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Proposal 97-001, The Passage



The film, called The Passage, embraces not only the physical passage of the 12th Planet but the Earth’s societal passage to becoming galactic citizens, as well as a spiritual passage to nonviolent and considerate group structures versus violence and power brokering. Sample scenes from the film are:

Scene 09 Snippet: Professor Issac explains about the Cover-Up.
Scene 26 Snippet: Rancher Tom's Cattle Panic when the Earth's rotation stops.
Scene 53- 55 Snippet: A Small Plane, its compass confused, is caught in hurricane force winds.
Scene 69 Snippet: General Flood shows his intent to become an Overlord over Civilians.
Scene 71 Snippet: Billy encounters a Zeta and shares his concerns for his pole shift Tramatized Sister.
Scene 109 Snippet: Cathy doesn't understand the danger from an approaching Rogue Military troup.
Scene 146 Snippet: Billy, familiar with Alien Lifeforms, acts as a tour guide.
Goals and Objectives

In a fictional setting, the film provides the audience with a positive outcome to cataclysmic geological changes and social upheaval. It addresses interaction with visitors from other worlds in a manner in keeping with what contactees in reality experience. While realistic in depicting opportunistic or immature behavior, the film rewards those who show courage and a sense of responsibility toward others. In this, the film is a behavior model for the audience, while preparing the audience for potential Earth changes.


The film should be produced so that the release coincides with the millennium, when increased crop shortages and swam earthquakes have the populace willing to accept the likelihood of cataclysmic earth changes.


Partners will be evaluated based on their demonstrated capacity to produce and distribute films. Offers will also be evaluated based on the production company's track record on allowing a message displaying aliens in a good light, the military in a mixed light, and a devastating cover-up effected by the media as lackeys to the establishment. In effect, partners must agree not to dilute the message the film is relaying.


Contact the author, Nancy, with any proposals toward producing and distributing the film.