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2nd August 2010, 09:41 PM
Here is my latest project - enjoy! And please support my work by passing it around.

This collaborative effort between Peter Joseph and D.M. Murdock/Acharya S presents 105 pages of primary sources and the works of credentialed authorities backing up the first part of the original "ZEITGEIST" film. Includes a bibliography with over 150 sources, nearly 350 citations, and some 80 illustrations!

Many of the primary sources here can be found in my other works, but some are NEW to this free ebook, as are many quotations here from various experts in relevant fields. In other words, much of this material is ALL NEW.

The ZEITGEIST Sourcebook: Part 1--The Greatest Story Ever Told

The link above will lead you to the PDF (slow loading).

Please note that Peter Joseph has included this part in a larger work that incorporates the sources for the rest of the first "ZEITGEIST" film. He is calling the complete work the "Companion Source Guide." I am calling my part of it the "Sourcebook," because I have already published a "ZEITGEIST Companion Guide."

Please also note that this Sourcebook is only for the first part - the religion part - of the first ZEITGEIST film. I have nothing to do with any other parts of any of the films. Nor did I do any of the writing for the rest of the Source Guide


6th August 2010, 10:00 PM
I dunno. Zeitgeist kind of got me on the road I am today, but the movie is a bit Communist in many ways. First, by trying to dis-credit Christianity. Christianity, whether you like it or not, built Western civ. The more we move away from it, the more our civ. will fall. Second, an air of to not identify with "identifiable groups" because you're playing into the hands of TPTB. TPTB don't want "identifiable groups", they want us to miscegenate ourselves out of existence.

6th August 2010, 10:03 PM
Heres different take on Zetgeist.


6th August 2010, 10:14 PM
Heres different take on Zetgeist.

You have a link to the full movie for d/l, not a Joo-tube multi-part series?

6th August 2010, 10:22 PM
no i dont sorry.

6th August 2010, 11:12 PM
no i dont sorry.

No problem, I'll watch it in pieces. It's the message, not the video itself. Thanks.

18th January 2018, 03:24 PM

I get a blast out of reading the subtitles ... much more entertaining. It is as if the interpreter never studied english.