What fans are saying about the series…
“Changing of the Gods is its own revolution. It is also a revelation. One doesn’t watch this series, one experiences it — I was physically and spiritually altered.
Changing of the Gods is a cosmological earthquake that shatters old assumptions and exposes a unity unknown to us. Be prepared to be moved, humbled, and awakened to a pulsing world interconnected and interrelated.
Consider these ten episodes as an initiation not only into a new galaxy of ideas and possibilities, but an open invitation to engage together and create what is necessary, bold, and beautiful.”
“Changing of the Gods is nothing less than a cultural turning point, and not only for astrology, but for humanity’s relationship to the cosmos. At last, with the release of Changing of the Gods, we see irrefutable, sophisticated evidence for the validity of astrology placed before the general public – even better, it is not only totally amazing, but actually helpful.
I have the feeling that the release of Changing of the Gods will mark the tipping point as this ancient art once again is invited to serve the evolution of the human race.”
“Whether or not you “believe” in the impact of the invisible forces on our lives—in this case, in the form of planetary patterns—is somewhat irrelevant when watching the epic scope that Changing of the Gods presents.
We see the spirals of power struggles, upheavals, and transformations as we revisit the same themes over hundreds of years in our human dance towards love, humility, unity, connection, awakening, and becoming whole.
What a stunningly beautiful, wise, brilliant, astounding work of love the Changing of the Gods team has gifted us. A powerful invitation to remember our true nature and find our right path going forward on this living planet of which we are a part. The 10-part series needs to be part of curricula all over the world. History, philosophy, psychology, Indigenous wisdom, and cosmology—guiding us to wake up before it’s too late.”
“From the political revolution, climate change, human rights, and the technology influence, this film helped me understand from a more cosmic perspective the earth-human cycle we are living through…
By the end of the film, I felt hopeful in the direction that humankind is heading… Changing of the Gods gives a road map on what is possible in the coming decade…and the evolutionary leap that we can make to be able to thrive on planet Earth in the years ahead.”
“Thank you for this incredible work. I had been feeling very hopeless — personally, politically, the international situation etc. Starting with episode 1, my mind and heart shifted.
It offered a bigger perspective to understand what I’m coping with/the world is coping with, which is timely (if not fun) and understandable. I’ve circled back to all my friends to tell them it is important to watch.”
“Changing of the Gods is an impressive and precious work – sophisticated, revealing, and incredibly well done. What is amazing is that at the moment when it seems that the series has already said it all, episodes 9 and 10 appear to go beyond what has already been understood and open up new perspectives.
In these last two episodes, the series becomes a broader, more philosophical meditation on how the energy of life manifests and expresses itself, how it acts and animates all that exists; and the series thus becomes a little less focused on diagnoses and confirmations about the relationships between the past and present of mundane, earthly reality.
In the end, I don’t think the series is exactly or only “about” astrology, but more about how astrology is a tool that allows us to understand and interpret the cosmic-terrestrial “game”. In my opinion, the series is an in- depth investigation into the connections and agencies of the cosmic- terrestrial system, into the inseparability and intertwining of the sub- and supra-lunar realities, offering a crystal clear understanding of how much all earthly life — which includes us… — is immersed in and participating in and being affected by the continuous movements and metamorphoses of all cosmic matter.
There is no separation — Earth and Cosmos, consciousness and unconscious, human and animal, nature and culture, mind and body, etc. We are all ephemeral participants in this “cosmic dance”, as the Indigenous leader Ailton Krenak says.