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Subject: Religion & Spiritualism

Understanding the Apocalypse Series

Understanding the Apocalypse Series

Religious traditions throughout the world have texts or traditions announcing the end of time as we know it, and in this series Werner Weick and Adrea Andriotto have undertaken the colossal task to tell the story, from the perspective of the East and the West, of the Apocalypse. Here we learn, by inquiring on our past and our future, between memory and prophecy, about the struggle between light and darkness and the great questions of contemporary mankind. Produced by TSI, Inc. Series: 5 x 60-minute programs.


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List of Titles


1. The Vision of the End

1. The Vision of the End

The voyage of discovery about the Christian version of the Apocalypse continues the prophetical tradition of Judaism. As Rabbi Elio Toaff says, "...in the Jewish tradition, the advent of the Messiah has to be preceded by huge disruption. In the Talmud this is called, 'hable mashiah.'" All the more or less obscure Click for more


2. Sunset in the East

2. Sunset in the East

According to the Eastern traditions, we are in the Kali Yuga, the Dark Age, the time of conflicts. We meet author Alain Daniélou (Gods and Myths of India; Shiva and Dionysus), who helped the West discover ancient texts and prophesies through his expert translations of Sanskrit. We learn in the East death Click for more


3. The Great Contradiction

3. The Great Contradiction

Life in the United States brings out many contradictions. Here the ancient ways of life of the Native Americans co-exist with the most advanced forms of technology, such as "virtual reality." Is Disneyworld, an entertainment park based on imitation, and an artificial environment, a vision of the future? Questions Click for more


4. The Invisible City

4. The Invisible City

Cities were built to create a safe space to shelter people from various dangers; yet today with nearly 70% of the world living in cities, they have developed into places with immense problems, confusing humans rather than helping them. One of the symbols of the book of Revelation is the Holy City, a vision of Click for more


5. The Eye of the Heart

5. The Eye of the Heart

Apocalyptic teachings can be seen not only as the prediction of historical events, but also as the map of an inner journey in search of reality. Fear of the end of time reawakens an ancestral fear of death, whether individual or collective. Philosopher Joseph Needleman explains that in Eastern thought, time Click for more





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