Time: August 10, 2010 from 6:30pm to 9pm
Location: The Revue Cinema
Street: 400 Roncesvalles - 3 Blocks South of Bloor and Dundas W
Website or Map: http://www.mapquest.com/maps?…
Phone: Revue Cinema - (416) 531-9959; For Tickets - email@example.com, or 416-695-0780/416 537-0928
Event Type: film, premiere, with, speaker, dave, courchene, (neeghani, aki, innini)
Organized By: Turtle Lodge and the Institute of Traditional Medicine
Latest Activity: Jul 23, 2010
Turtle Lodge and the Institute of Traditional Medicine Present... Toronto Premiere of MANITOU API--WHERE THE SUN RISES. The Revue Cinema, Tuesday August 10, 2010. Doors Open at 6:30 pm, Show starts at 6:45 pm. Featuring Speaker Elder Dave Courchene (Neeghani Aki Innini). Advance tickets $10, $12 at the door.
"ONE NIGHT SCREENING ONLY "
From the Director of The History Channel's Nostradamus 2012
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Turtle Lodge/Dave Courchene:
This extraordinary documentary features Dave Courchene, a First Nations Elder and Frank Albo , an architectural historian, as they take the viewer on a mystical journey and together uncover ancient symbols in a Canadian government building, symbols that validate a present day First Nations Prophecy.
One of the many unique qualities of the film is the way in which it brings together two men from different races and vastly different backgrounds. Two men who would not likely encounter one another, much less work together. Their groundbreaking discoveries on the Masonic symbols in the Winnipeg Legislative Building and their direct connections to The 7 Sacred Teachings of the Indigenous people have been featured in numerous articles, radio and television programs.
What began as a curious glance at two sphinxes on the Winnipeg Legislature resulted in the remarkable discovery of one of the greatest cover-ups in Canadian history. After years of painstaking research, Frank Albo, specialist on Ancient Religions and Secret Societies, uncovers a spine-tingling trail of clues concealed in the building’s architecture, a building which Albo believes is a reconstruction of King Solomon’s Temple. These clues include hidden hieroglyphic inscriptions, numerological codes, and Free Mason symbols so intelligently masked it has escaped historians and visitors for nearly a hundred years.
"There is an old saying: 'If you want to hide the treasure, put it in plain sight.' Then no one will see it. MANITOU API reveals the discovery of symbols and wisdom lying in full view but forgotten -- until they are brought again into awareness by those who have not forgotten how to see. MANITOU API is reminiscent of Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol, but with a decisive difference: It is true. Ranging from Canada to Cambridge, this fascinating film deals with life-and-death issues -- because if we do not attend to the wisdom herein, we shall likely have no future on Earth, our only home.
~ Larry Dossey, MD
Author: HEALING WORDS and THE POWER OF PREMONITIONS
"As a long time radio host in the heart of New Mexico's Indian and film country, Manitou API - Where the Sun Rises, is by far the best Native American film I have ever seen. This story speaks to the abiding connection among all peoples, our shared history and common future. Inspired filmmaking. A must see."
Diego Mulligan, Anchor,The Journey Home, KSFR 101.1 FM, Santa Fe Public Radio
"These caretakers of the earth have a very great reverence for nature, and everything they do is not just for this generation but for many generations… perhaps they’ll be the way showers for the days ahead."
Frank Albo , Ph.D. Candidate in the History of Art, Cambridge University. Known as the "Dan Brown" of Canada.
DVDs of the film will be available for sale at the premiere!