The Road to Armageddon A Spiritual Documentary Marilynn Hughes Speaks about Out-of-Body Travel and Mysticism with Charles Facas in the Film Documentary The Road to Armageddon, A Spiritual Documentary, Out-of-Body Travel, Out-of-Body Experiences, Out-of-Body, Out of Body Travel Science, Near Death Experiences, Mystical Experiences, Astral Travel, Astral Projection, Mysticism (Documentary Film Relase 10/11/12)
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The Road to Armageddon examines the universal concept of the Apocalypse on an intensely personal and spiritual level, not as the end of the world but as the end of you: your body, your mind and, if you're not careful, your soul.
The film puts the viewer on the front lines of the eternal battle between good and evil, combining academic interviews with firsthand accounts of divine revelation to bring fresh urgency to the teachings of the world's major religions.
Buddhist, Jew, Muslim, Hindi or Christian, the message is the same: spread love, reject hate, walk in the light, avoid the dark, listen to the angels, ignore the demons. The simplest choices you'll ever make lead to the hardest path you'll ever walk...
"The Road to Armageddon explores the notion that we, collectively, have become estranged from the divine and must change our ways before this estrangement becomes a permanent schism. The film makes no pretense of objectivity but is, rather, a call to arms: a plea for mankind to curb its greed and complacency in the face of an impending spiritual apocalypse. To deliver this message most effectively, we combined academic interviews on mystical traditions with firsthand accounts of divine revelation as experienced by modern spiritualists. In doing so, we hope to bring fresh urgency to millennia-old teachings and demonstrate to the viewer that these beliefs are more relevant now than ever." -Charles Facas, Producer, 'The Road to Armageddon'
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"Wow . . . a religious masterpiece!" - Bill Tuck, Jr., Reader, Phelan, CA, USA
"When I first sat down to watch The Road to Armageddon, I had no idea what to expect. Was it an end of the world film? Is Armageddon finally coming as so many have predicted? As a person who has studied the Bible and its revelations, as well as other religious treatise on end of the world prophecies, I looked forward to seeing what this film had to offer. Suffice it to say, I was riveted. No, it was not an end of the world scenario. What was presented was a metaphysical and spiritual work on the potential of each individual soul’s personal apocalypse, and how it is directly related to the future of earth.'The Road to Armageddon' forces people to look at themselves, and examine who they are on the inside. Although we have heard it, know it and have been told by the ancient and spiritual leaders of old, this life is not all there is. This film shows that where we end up after death, has everything to do with who we are on the inside and the love we show others. It is a simple message. However, the journey of self-discovery is complicated. It is a journey that can be repeated over and over until we learn the lessons we have come to master here in this world. It is complicated because we attempt to achieve this in a world that has both light and dark forces. The interviewees in the film basically remind us of who we are, which is a part of the divine, and that we have a responsibility to ourselves and to the world to be better, reach higher and stretch ourselves to grow and evolve in love.The interviewees in the film, who include, among others, Marilynn Hughes, (Writer, Publisher on Out-of-Body Travel and Mysticism), Howard Storm (American author, best known for the book My Descent Into Death) and others, have spent years on their own paths and their spiritual evolution and now encourage others to do the same. They recognize what it takes to exist here, and how to get out of this life as a healthy, happy entity that is able to move on past the negativity of this world. Yes, there is light. Yes, there are angels. Yes, God exists. But that does not guarantee that we will grow and evolve spiritually because the dark side is always there to try to prevent us. This film is powerful and thought-provoking. I highly recommend it to all people seeking answers to questions related to God, the universe, spirituality, and our eventuality." -Constance Victoria Briggs, Author of 'The Encyclopedia of the Unseen World.'
"Very, Very, Well Done! Bravo!!! Music, face shots of speakers are all beautiful as well as the music and pictorial accompaniments . . . it is outstanding . . . and the flow is great and the sea of humaity scenes moving from cacphony to a lightilled view of that same sea accompnied by uplifting music was perfect as well ending with Marilynn. Bookending the whole documentary with Marilynn was perfect for we are in a time that Carl Jung predicted as the return of the long-repressed feminine after 2,000 years of male-dominated, patriarchal attitudes that have all but destoryed the planet." -Dr. Stephen Royal Jackson, Clinical and Child Psychologist, Former MSNBC Correspondent, Author
"This documentary film lays the groundwork necessary for understanding the concept of evil, as defined by nine professional religious and/or spiritual counselors. Does evil exist? Personally, I don’t just think it does; I know it does. If you have any doubt that evil exists, just consider the intentional killing of our own species in war, murder, and genocide. More precisely, remember the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, or the Nazi gas chambers in the Jewish death camps. Humans not only commit evil; we even seek to justify it, by arguing that—for instance—Blacks deserve to be slaves and Native Americans deserve to be exterminated because they are both inferior to whites, or that hate crimes against homeless and other marginalized people are warranted because such people are worth less than the rest of us. Evil is here to stay, and we must learn to live with it. Perhaps this documentary can help us understand how to do so. The Road to Armageddon begins with mystic and out-of-body traveler Marilynn Hughes relating her personal experiences with evil, including demons. She asks her audience to look beyond the ordinary and realize that there is more out there than we would like to think, mainly because we create our own reality. Hughes indicates that evil is not only outside ourselves, but that we must face our inner demons as well. This inner work is necessary because, in order to achieve the goal of a relationship with God, we must get closer to the divinity within ourselves, which requires changing the way we think. In closing, Hughes relates that a near-death experience taught her that her goal was to move from selfishness to selflessness.
Next, Pastor Howard Storm reinforces the concept that evil is here and now, and that we are just beginners at understanding how to cope with it. He comments that when we die, we are taken by guides that are either angels or demons, depending on what we carry in our hearts. He recommends building a heart full of love rather than hatred or evil, to keep us close to God. Pastor Storm reflects upon his relationship with God, sharing that God wants him to change the world by really loving someone and witnessing the resulting positive chain reaction. Columbia University Professor Robert Thurman approaches the problem of evil from a different perspective. He states that it isn’t good enough to speak and behave nicely while keeping what he calls seething minds, for when we die, those seething minds will carry our spiritual selves into seething places that are better avoided. Thurman also comments that minds filled with unconscious negative drives such as greed and hatred will drive people into those bad life forms, suggesting that it is essential to go into the unconscious and cleanse ourselves of ego-centered drives.
Imam Salahuddin Muhammid, speaking for the Islamic Learning Center, emphasizes the importance of purifying our souls because, in essence, they are who we are. He observes that we tend to attach too much importance to how attractive or physically fit we appear, and questions whether we are doing enough inner spiritual growth, such as soul work. This type of inner work helps us eliminate the vices that hold us back from being who we are. Until we change the way we think, our behaviors will remain the same. Monsignor James Moroney, of Saint Paul’s Cathedral, brings us more of a traditionally religious stance on evil and how to approach it. He explains that there are myriad angels and demons, light and darkness, that are constantly in competition for our souls. Msgr. Moroney insists that the goal for all of us is to come to God. He concludes by suggesting that the way to get to heaven is to love God, and to love and care for those who are broken. We can do this, the Monsignor adds, by volunteering at our local soup kitchen.
Demonologist John Zaffis contends that demons were cast out or sent to Earth to wreak havoc on us and our world. Zaffis states that demons try to wear us down and break us with cunning ruses that manipulate us into engaging in negative behavior. He cautions that even the most spiritually aware people are not safe from these demons, and that we must learn to fight back against them with positive energy.
Harvard University Professor Francis Clooney surmises that it is probably wise to admit that evil does exist, and that people are not always going to be good or do good things. We must realize that the forces of evil are not always visible, he says, and that it doesn’t matter whether or not we label such forces as devils. According to Clooney, there are evils that we cannot see or grasp. We don’t control the evil or the good, but there may be forces around us that can hurt or help us, and we must learn to find our way between them. Clooney further recommends that we learn to be humble before reality, and let go of the things that prevent us from finding peace in our lives. He emphasizes that we are all on a spiritual path. Reverend Caroline Stacey, of the Church of St. Luke in the Field, propounds the religious notion that God’s grace is what brings us into a right relationship with him. She suggests that we can trust that God’s love and mercy will overcome our sinfulness, if only we acknowledge that we need that grace. Stacey also contends that religious people need to learn the deeper truth within scripture rather than get caught up in the details. She recommends asking God what he wants to do through us, and affirms that God is reaching out to us all the time.
Finally, Temple Shalom Rabbi Mitchell Hurvitz avers that God commands us not necessarily to fix everything, but to keep trying to do so. He suggests that the daily acts we can do to help heal the world are the most worthy, along with adherence to simple guidelines such as loving your neighbor as yourself and expressing love before discussing anything else.
Evil is an inexhaustible reality. Its existence in the world can no longer be dismissed, and we must learn to handle it. It might be wise to understand that proclaiming one’s own “God-Almightiness” does not necessarily make one divine, but could on the contrary contribute to another form of evil called arrogance."- Thomas James Streicher, Ph.D., Founder/Director of Divine Spark, Inc.
"My name is Brother Thomas Tonne. I am a Monk at the Community Of Jesus on Cape Cod, Orleans, MA. I was profoundly moved by the Video and the content of it's message. It is so right on. Thanks for doing it. Our Community was started by two women in the late 50's and has grown to close to 300 people... over 60 sisters, 26 Brothers and many married couples and children from many walks of life. We are an Ecumenical Benedictine Monastic Community with outreaches in the Arts. We do the divine offices and have daily Eucharist. Thanks for reading." - Br. Thomas CJ, Benedictine Monk, Community of Jesus, Cape Cod, Orleans, MA
"Thank you so much for your personal message when I registered with the foundation Marilynn!I watched most of your documentary today and I have to tell you I was just blown away!! It's as if things that have resonated with me all my life were verbalized. I look forward to reading and watching the rest of the materials offered!!" - Carol Adams, Elkton, MD
"I ran across the film 'The Road to Armageddon: A Spiritual Documentary' today and I am very happy that I did. Of great benefit is your insight. I just wanted to tell you that you have such a presence about you that is powerful, beautiful and compelling. I wish you the very best in life and harmony with positive energy. I am looking for messages just like this one. All the best and thank you." - Carlos Ibarra, Houston, TX, USA
"I'm very happy to be learning all the wonderful things you have to teach and share. My life was changed forever when I saw a documentary you were in and im very eager to learn some more on God, love and well... anything else lol. God bless you and thanks again. — feeling excited." - Stacey Francis, Reader, Phoenix, AZ, USA
"Hi Marilynn! I have to tell you...the documentary your in is sooo good, it's one of my favorites and can watch it again and again, and just wanted to tell you . . . I really like you as a person and thought you had many interesting things to say!" - Christine Lane-Truncale, Lindenhurst, NY, USA
"Hello Marilynn, you inspired me countless times. I've seen "The Road to Armageddon" many times, it keeps me on the right track. I wanted to thank you for the knowledge: the sacrament of confession is indeed a powerful protection. I recently used it for my protection. Bless you! . . . Again I am starting to get back on my feet as every time I read or hear your words, you always get the best of me. It's like you are talking to my true self, and I must oblige to react from my true self! I almost sent a letter to Orsonami films to offer a translation for Hungarian subtitles for the "Road to Armageddon". Before sending it I checked if Hungarian subtitles are already available. Wtih google translator, a crude version is indeed available. I managed to forward this info to a friend of mine, who has serious problems with some of her vices. I have been mentioning 'The Road to Armageddon' to her for some years now, and she never watched it, because she doesn't speak English. I forwarded the subtitle options to her and TA-DAAA! She realized her grave mistakes with her vices. Became somewhat freightened of where she is heading to. She's Catholic, but managed to be led astray. Marilynn, again YOU MADE A DIFFERENCE in a good person's life. You reinforce us. You're wonderful. Very kind regards." - Peter Komaromi, HUNGARY
"I saw you on the TV. It was such an amazing show And I honestly admire your amazing and understanding personality. I've been praying and trying hard to find someone who can finally help me I am thankful to God that I saw your amazing show About the spirits. I am happy that I watched that. It opened my mind to alot of things in life. You're truly such a blessed person." - Shayz Styles, Manila, PHILIPPINNES