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We've featured a There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] from the Zeitgeist movie series here at PESWiki in the past. While a caution is in order in that their take on religion may be offensive to some, and their vision of the future lacks a spiritual component and advocates an anarchist world view, many of their points are excellent and worth considering, especially the documentary points in the beginning.

This particular segment, titled "Addendum", released Oct. 2, 2008, is not just related to renewable energy but addresses it directly and very well, tying the role of energy into the broader picture of what is happening in the world today with the meltdown of economic structures that are unsustainably based on a scarcity mentality. The makers of the film obviously have seen the writing on wall in terms of things are probable in the short term, because they called it before it happened.

What will hopefully emerge out of the collapse of these corrupt financial structures will be a new world that is based on an abundance mentality. PowerPedia:Free energy is the epitome of this possibility. It is ubiquitous and inexhaustible. As the devices that harness that energy come onto the scene, it will make possible a very different society than the troubled one we live in now. We will be able to irrigate any region, desalinate and purify any water, travel anywhere, without having to worry about fuel.

As we say in each of our podcasts: "Imagine a world in which each home has its own power generator that obtains its energy in such a way that no fuel has to be added. Imagine every vehicle being able to run without ever stopping for fuel. Imagine each appliance having its own power source that never has to be recharged. That is the world of the future."

Official Websites



The Video

Watch the entire 2-hour video here.


(123 Minutes) Zeitgeist: Addendum

(Google Video Oct. 3, 2008)


'Zeitgeist, The Movie' and 'Zeitgeist: Addendum' were created as Not-for-Profit expressions

to communicate what the author felt were highly important social understandings which

most humans are generally not aware of. The first film focuses on suppressed

historical & modern information about currently dominant social institutions, while

also exploring what could be in store for humanity if the power structures at large continue

their patterns of self-interest, corruption, and consolidation.

The second film, Zeitgeist: Addendum, attempts to locate the root causes

of this pervasive social corruption, while offering a solution. This solution is not

based on politics, morality, laws, or any other "establishment" notions of human affairs,

but rather on a modern, non-superstitious based understanding of what we are

and how we align with nature, to which we are a part. The work advocates

a new social system which is updated to present day knowledge, highly influenced

by the life long work of Jacque Fresco and The Venus Project. By Peter Joseph.

Other Selections from Zeitgeist - The Movie

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Video:Zeitgeist - The Movie: Federal Reserve - The rise of the control over modern civilization. An important perspective to bear in mind when asking why revolutionary energy technologies haven't been able to make it into the marketplace.

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Video:Zeitgeist - The World Trade Center - Movie excerpt addresses the use of 911 terror by inside government elements to control modern civilization. Devastatingly debunks the official line regarding the events of Sept. 11, 2001.

Zeitgeist Refuted

Zeitgeist Refuted

See also



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