Ever since George Lucas’ decision to hand over the creative reigns of his massively popular space adventure, we’ve had three Star Wars films. Force Awakens introduced us to a new generation of characters, Finn, Rey and Kylo Ren, while Last Jedi saw the return of Luke Skywalker. In the first stand-alone movie the pre-Episode IV Rogue One, we saw Jyn Erso and Diego Luna fight against Orson Krennic and the Empire. We’ve also seen a host of threaded storylines appear in the animated series, Star Wars Rebels, while Star Wars Battlefront II introduced us to a post-ROJ tale starring the imperial commander, Iden Versio. Yet it’s Han Solo’s storied rise of a smuggler that gives us the best adventure since the rebellion days of the original trilogy.
For the full review, head over to Cream magazine @ Solo: A Star Wars Story
The Pervading Myths and Truths About Our Non-Terrestrial Encounters
Ancient medieval woodcuts recorded a war in the heavens. Armenian scholar, Zecharia Sitchin, explored evidence of an alien progenitor race that created mankind. Controversial researcher and speaker, David Icke, plays with the notion that the moon might be an artificial construct. And finally, Dr Steven Greer uncovers a shroud of secrecy surrounding our visitation by extraterrestrial civilizations.
But is it true? Have we been seeded by and monitored by our 'interplanetary cousins'? What would the unveiling of this truth mean for us? The Vatican itself issued a statement on what could be the greatest disclosure in human history:
“Extraterrestrial life is going to be discovered much sooner than anybody previously expected. And for this reason, the time has now arrived for the beginning of a very serious discussion about the philosophical and theological questions that are posed to our human family by the discovery of extraterrestrial life.”
View the full feature on LLF @: Unacknowledged: The Pervading Myths and Truths About Our Non-Terrestrial Encounters
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