The Path: Evolution
The Path: Evolution is the third film of The Path Series trilogy and explores the theory that human beings are living in a virtual reality system similar to the rules of an assimilated video game.
The film briefly discusses the societal fears of the Mayan calendar ending in 2012, and delves into the importance of humans moving more towards a state of love and cooperation as a vital part of life in order for consciousness to evolve. The filmmakers follow former NASA nuclear physicist, Thomas Campbell, as he shares his knowledge and the results of his research of consciousness, physics, metaphysics and morality to explain mind and matter, normal and paranormal, life, death, and purpose, with all of this logically flowing from the concept of reality as information. Out-of-body expert, William Buhlman, remote viewer and former President of The Monroe Institute (TMI), Skip Atwater, & former Executive Director of TMI, Paul Rademacher, join the conversation as well, in footage covering a 7 year span from 2008 to 2015. The Path: Evolution will undoubtedly challenge the viewer’s current belief systems and leave a lasting impression on human beings to re-evaluate how they are behaving, treating others, and existing in the world.