Michael Voris conducted an interview in January of 2014 on his show Mic’d Up. His guests were Dr. Sungenis and producer Rick Delano, creators of the film, ‘The Principle.’ The Principle explores a very old and very new idea in cosmology. Is it truly possible that we occupy a special location in the cosmos? Is the planet Earth in the center of the Universe? Raising these types of questions is liable to get you run out of town very quickly and labeled as a quack, or any other number of derogatory terms. Dr. Sungenis and Rick Delano upped the ante by interviewing the top cosmologists in the world on the topic of geocentrism. For those that are unaware, the idea of geocentrism is that the Earth might be occupying the center of the universe.
Michael Voris had Dr. Sungenis and Rick Delano on his program to explain why a media firestorm erupted around their film just before the release. Suddenly, a film that most people probably didn’t have on their radar, was propelled into the media spotlight with allegations of trickery. Yes, Dr. Sungenis and Rick Delano had “duped” some the top scientists in the world into appearing in a film they received a paycheck for and signed off on. Further, there was an understanding that controversial cosmological topics would be discussed. (1)
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Rick Delano. Just one of the many intriguing topics we discussed is the most recent attack on the film, The Principle. (3)After some success in theaters the film was released to DVD. The film was then stolen and put up on YouTube by an individual from the UK. Whether or not this individual is a part of some wider conspiracy remains to be seen, but it does look as if there is a psyop in play against The Principle. A psyop is a psychological operation that is meant to be a non-violent force multiplier in a war.
Rick points out that the war, in this instance, happens to be in the arena of ideas. The biggest idea is the story of creation itself, who tells that story, and how we view ourselves as a species. The way we perceive our origin is a very powerful idea, as Mr. Delano draws our attention to in the interview. The goal behind this possible psyop is to connect the film The Principle, to the theory of a flat earth, which has absolutely no credibility in the broader scientific community. Thus, by connecting the film to flat earth theory would render any potential credibility The Principle could have had, in the broader public mind, eroded and destroyed. Is there any evidence to support this conspiratorial allegation to erode the credibility of geocentrists?
The day The Principle was released in October 2014, if you view the graph from Google trends, the flat earth searches move from a near flatline to a spike throughout the year into 2015. (2)Coincidence? Maybe, but it seems highly unlikely given the fact that there was such a strong attack against The Principle from mainstream media before the release. Unbelievably, the main stream media, and some celebrities are actually talking about the flat earth theory, and believe it! (4) This idea has essentially become a juggernaut overnight, and the lack of serious criticism from the mainstream media gives rise to further speculation of a psyop. Finally, please take note of the photo in this story. That is a real photo of the international space station from space, and the earth. Notice that the Earth has a parabolic shape. Enough of the flat Earth nonsense already!
Listen to the interview with Rick Delano:
Michael Voris. Mic’d Up, The Principle Under Attack. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvR7pMqAEso Accessed January 2016.
Google Trends. Search: Flat Earth. https://www.google.com/trends/explore#q=Flat%20Earth Accessed January 2016.
Sungenis. The Principle. http://www.theprinciplemovie.com/ Accessed January 2016
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