The Moses Code, the Movie

The Moses Code, the Movie

Downloadable Video - 2005
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From the beginning, humanity has yearned to understand itself and its relationship with its creator. Thirty-five hundred years ago, God gave Moses a code for unlocking the power of manifestation. Contained within the name given to Moses at the burning bush, "I Am That I Am," this code has produced some of the most amazing miracles in history. In this documentary, James Twyman shows how anyone can use The Moses Code, unlocking hidden potential within every individual and humanity itself. Leading teachers and bestselling authors like Neale Donald Walsch, Rev. Michael Beckwith, Debbie Ford, and Cheryl Richardson lend their voices to this amazing discussion. Produced by the director of The Secret.
Publisher: [United States]: Gaiam TV , 2005
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 video file (approximately 60 min.)) : sd., col
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Mar 27, 2012

Bogus spiritualism twisting the truth of the Bible saying God is everything and in everything and therefore unidentified and is whatever you want him to be! Blah blah..
Buy my book!!

Mar 09, 2012

Since Bibliocommons hasn't given us any - here's but one descriptive: "The documentary The Moses Code begins with a simple premise - the idea that in Biblical times, the Old Testament God gave Moses a rudimentary "code," used to "tap into" the power of Jehovah and perform miracles in day-to-day life. The creators of this documentary argue that this same code was recently rediscovered and can still be used in the day-to-day lives of individuals, to both accelerate one's own personal development and enhance the surrounding world in benevolent ways. In the company of several noted spiritual teachers, the filmmakers then set about instructing viewers on how to accomplish these goals."
~ by Nathan Southern, Rovi...........

I suppose, in this day and age - anything that brings us closer to our God, is better than nothing...

Still... as far as cinema goes - it was a non-starter for me... I found it to be repetitive, confusing, and far-fetched...


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