Dark Side Of The Moon is written and directed by William Karel and co-produced by Point du Jour Production and ARTE France.
"However vast the darkness, we must supply our own light." - Stanley Kubrick Kubrick completely reveals that he understands the Great Work. The monolith represents the Philosopher Stone, the Book of Nature and the Film that initiates.
Stanley Kubrick has truly made the Book of Nature onto film. Using powdered silver nitrates, that are then glued onto a strip of plastic, and then projected onto the movie screens of our mind, Kubrick has proven himself to be the ultimate alchemist-artist of the late 20th century.
The greatest works of art are trying to achieve exactly what Kubrick is attempting here. With the understanding of what '2001' is actually saying, Kubrick takes his place alongside DaVinci, and possibly even Shakespeare, as being one of the greatest artists of all time.
There is one last interesting note to all of this. The great alchemist Fulcanelli and others have said that a great transmutation of the human species is going to takes place at some time near the end of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st. Kubrick picked the date 2001 - which is astonishingly close to other dates prescribed by many ancient alchemists - including Nostradamus. What are we to make of the strange date that Kubrick picked out for the final transformation of the human species?
Somehow, Kubrick knew.
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Stanely Kubrick: The Moon Landing (Pt. 3)
Film clip courtesy of Jay Weidner from his film "Kubrick's Odyssey"
In the above clip, we see how Stanley Kubrick used front screen projection to fake the moon landings and create a false lunar background.