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The Kybalion

USA 2022
produced by
Mitch Horowitz, Jonathan Jacobson, Tyler Fodiman, Ian Karr (executive) for Gildan First Enterprise. IKA Collective
directed by Ronni Thomas
starring host Mitch Horowitz, with interviewees Paula Roberts, Brian Cotnoir, Lauren Thibodeau, Raymond Moody, Daniel Ryan, Laetitia Barbara, Micki Pellerano; staged sequences: Athena Sanchez, William Hayes, Michael J. Ewing, Oliver Kasiske, Candice Angelini
written by Mitch Horowitz, Ronni Thomas, based on the book by William Walker Atkinson, music by Stephen Coates, Alonso Alamán, visual effects and motion graphics by Vince Rose


review by
Mike Haberfelner

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The Kybalion is a book published by occultist William Walker Atkinson in 1908 that's based on the Hermetic Philosophy of ancient Egypt and Greece, and that suggests everything is connected with everything, and not just on our plane of existence, but through all different but parallel realities. This philosophy is based on seven principles, the principle of mentalism, of correspondence, of vibration, of polarity, of rhythm, of cause and effect, and of gender. And while some of these principles are pretty easy to grasp even for people like me not at all versed in occultism, others are harder to get - so this documentary doesn't just rely on Atkinson's texts that were pretty much preaching to the converted, but presents the audience with a contemporary expert for each of the principles, a psychic (Paula Roberts, an alchemist (Brian Cotnoir), a medium (Lauren Thibodeau), a researcher (Raymond Moody), a hypnotist (Daniel Ryan), a tarot reader (Laetitia Barbara), and an astrrologer (Micki Pellerano), to bridge the gap of more than a century and align the ideas of the book with more modern variants of them.


Now for someone not at all in tune with the occult, supernatural, paranormal or whatever you want to call it, at first the film seems to be a bit overwhelming in its wealth of information - but it's pretty level-headed in its presentation of ideas, doesn't try to convince one of whatever it is and instead presents things in a sober manner, and even the interviewees mostly seem down-to-earth to make this relatable to even sceptics like myself. And in its few staged sequences this movie sure shows a visual richness rare to documentaries of its kind, making this a worthy watch after all.


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