Last Friday, we wrapped up filming on the Stan Romanek documentary. It was an incredibly enlightening experience, as we interviewed some of the most brilliant and forward-thinking individuals in the scientific community, as well as a few of the best paranormal researchers in the business. (See Jon’s post for details.)
More than anything else, I realized that this story isn’t all about UFOs or alien abductions — although they are definitely a big part of it — but is more about humanity’s unmet potential. It also occurred to me that our goal at j3FILMS isn’t simply to make compelling films, because in order to do so, we have also committed to going down the path of most resistance.
You see, there are two types of people in the world — those who bury their heads in the sand and accept the crummy jobs, bad relationships and inept leadership in their lives because it’s the “easier” thing to do, and those who choose to question our current reality and reach out to others to work for the betterment of the human condition. Sometimes, doing the latter can bring about great frustration and rejection, yet we must remain steadfast because human beings have lost their way.
Unfortunately, we’ve been indoctrinated — by our religious, social and political institutions — into making choices based on ego, fear, selfishness and ignorance. As a race, we have forgotten how connected we are, not only to each other, but to everything in the cosmos. Only when we reach a critical mass of understanding and empowerment will we be able to take the next step in our evolution, thus creating a more utopian society based on love and compassion.
Stan Romanek’s story reveals that humanity has reached a crossroads and that we alone can determine the fate of our planet. All of us at j3FILMS have chosen to go down the road less traveled in order to share this critical message with the world … and we are honored to be doing so.