Available on VOD and DVD Beginning Oct 3, 2023
We Are Not Alone is Serena DC‘s next foray into the subject of the supernatural. Instead of going Beyond the Grave (review link), she’s looking above the stars to explore how anyone can make alien contact. Close encounters of the fifth kind (CE5) are extremely rare for the non-spiritualist, and that’s because he or she has never been attuned to that cosmic consciousness. After watching this latest, that’s the theory I have.
Surprisingly, Andrea Parren appears in this documentary. While some people don’t consider ghosts and UFOs as the same, what if they aren’t? Perhaps what makes them similar is that it concerns dealing with entities that don’t exist in our natural world. It doesn’t matter if that alien is projecting itself across the universe and what we see is actually energy as upon death; the body loses some mass–perhaps occupied by electricity, which makes up the 21.3 grams while alive. Although this idea isn’t presented, to get to the science would probably slow down the purpose of this film.
Interestingly, Parren has had her own share of UFO experiences. Her contributions to theosophy are a lot more intriguing than the rest of the film, and since she’s not selling anything other than sharing her experiences, I’m inclined to believe that she’s had quite the life! After being chased away by ghosts, she’s doing the search for other kinds of life to validate why she survived, whereas others did not.
This work is more about the current methods used to make contact. Although some of the latest talk concerns alien looking mummies recently discovered and put on display in Mexico, I think that’s being saved for her next study. Although that can be tied to how the ancient world is more tuned to the planet and the universe, just why they are buried here is still a mystery. As much as I’d love to connect this to the lore presented in an old 80s TV show, The Phoenix, sadly, these bodies are stone cold. Given the shape of those corpses, I think they’re carvings made from rock rather than actual bodies. Until I get to see them up close myself, or someone says the skin is indeed leathery, I stand by what I think because of the pictures rather than being able to touch them.
Getting back to the original subject at hand, Serena’s ongoing investigations are certainly timely and more current than any other work that’s out there. It takes time to interview, edit and get these specials out for the masses to consume. I like the fact she’s fast on the draw and hope there’ll be more pseudo-science documentaries to come. I appreciate the fact she’s in the field rather than simply being a presenter, like in what William Shatner does in The UnXplained. Furthermore, I’m not knocking what this nonagenarian is doing, since Serena is much younger and can get around. But there’s an enormous difference between watching someone sit on stage and talk about it to another who’s there and exploring the woods.
Although the information about how Bigfoot and UFO are connected is nothing new, this filmmaker is certainly covering a lot of ground! The best idea presented concerns why we don’t see them all the time. They only let themselves be known when they want humans to know this is their territory. Otherwise, they remain in hiding.