For some time now we have been attempting to put together a film to promote the WMA and present our weekly meditation sessions to a global audience.
It would not flow. None of us could get the wording or imagery clear in our heads. The process had been going on for months and somehow we just couldn’t get things right.
Michael and I were discussing this at the Sanctuary less than two weeks ago when The Persian Gentleman came through via Michael, informing us that he would provide the script for the film, which he subsequently did…
…and what happened next was astonishing.
Michael acted as a conduit to allow PG and a lady spirit from PG’s level of reality to impress him with a multi-dimensional delivery of concepts, images and words via a mediumistic link that remained active for over a week.
Once Michael had a basic draft written down PG and the lady proceeded to move words around each time he sat at the computer, instructing him to ‘take this sentence from here’ and ‘put it there’; to ‘add this line’, to ‘insert this word’ and so on.
The process took a full week, with Michael being connected to the communicators permanently until the task was complete. Each day he was given more lines to write, until the film was complete.
…Complete and word perfect.
Once Michael sent me the script I asked Maria Louisa, translator of the Joseph Communications books based in Chile, to translate the words into Spanish…which she did overnight.
Next Jason Webster, noted voice-over artist and TV documentarian, appeared in our lives through a series of unusual ‘coincidences’ and was able to voice-record the script in both English and Spanish for us – again overnight.
Finally, our film genius and close friend Wayne ‘Avey’ Avanson spent three full days fusing images and music together, editing the whole thing into what we feel is an amazing four-minute film which movingly describes the angelic impetus that lies at the core of every WMA session (How could it not? The script was provided by PG, after all!).
Avey told us that often his work in matching images to music can prove to be fraught and challenging… but this project just flowed and meshed together perfectly from beginning to end.
I have to say if ever a short film deserves an ‘Oscar’ it’s this one.
ANGELS is its succinct and appropriate title.
Please watch the film and please share this remarkable footage everywhere you can… with family, with friends, and on all your devices and all your chosen platforms.