Seven Interesting Facts About The Principle Documentary

Mark Wyatt

1. The Principle questions some of the most fundamental assumptions of our modern understanding of the cosmos. And some people are up in arms about it!

MichelsonMorley earth2. The scientists and interviewees who appear in The Principle hold to beliefs that range from Biblical literalism to atheism and everything in between.

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3. The Principle is distributed and promoted by team members who participated in Mel Gibson’s The Passion of Christ, Ben Stein’s Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed, and Dinesh Souza’s Obama 2016. Controversial film? No problem. The Principle has the right team behind it.

4. The Principle is narrated by Kate Mulgrew, aka Captain Janeway in Star Trek Voyager. Let the captain take you on an eye opening journey that is science but not fiction.


5. The Principle, through challenging but probing interviews with top scientists, reveals startling new evidence that indicate the cosmos at its largest scales is aligned to specific features of the earth. The implications of this are stupendous, and do not align with current cosmological theories.

6. The Principle lays out the history of cosmology to John Q Public using the simple unifying theme of the Copernican Principle. The journey from geocentrism to Copernican heliocentrism, through the amusement park like relativity theory and today’s quagmire of dark matter, dark energy and the multiverse become accessible concepts through the understanding of this key principle. The startling new evidence understood through these ideas has led top scientists to ask such questions as “Is this Copernicus coming back to haunt us?” (Lawrence Krauss, 2005).

7. The world will never be the same once you watch The Principle.





19 Responses

  1. Rick DeLano says:

    Awesome post, Mark!

  2. Barbara says:

    Young Earth?

  3. Garry Legault says:

    When Scripture tells us that a day can be a thousand years, Our Lord is speaking metaphorically. A thousand years must be taken in a metaphorical sense. A thousand years could mean millions of years. But, billions of years? No, I don’t believe it. To say that the Universe is billions of years old is science fiction as far as I can see.

  4. Bill Crofut says:

    Robert Sungenis has been one of my heroes for a number of years. Rick DeLano has joined him on my list. My “conversion” to the geocentric model of cosmology (c. 1986) was the result of reading a paper on the subject by Solange Hertz, a paper provided by Catholic apologist Paula Haigh who was co-founder of the Catholic anti-evolution movement in the U.S.

    It was my sublime privilege to be able to make a presentation for the scientific side of the geocentric issue on Saturday the 27th of September at Blessed Virgin Mary Academy in Warners, NY (approximately 10 miles east of my home).

    The basis for my talk (except for two admitted personal opinions), was three-fold:
    “Galileo was Wrong, the Church was Right”, Rick’s March 29, 2012 talk in San Bernardino and Dr. Sungenis’ talk following Rick’s. Given my inadequate command of the language, there is no way for me to properly thank them.

    In Christ our geocentric Creator,

    Bill Crofut

  5. Alcide says:

    When is this documentary coming to Canada?

    • Rick DeLano says:

      Our test is in Chicago- if the film does well there we will expand as far as the audience takes us.

      But rest assured “The Principle” will be available on DVD and MOD formats once our theatrical run is complete!

      • Brian Smith says:

        Glad to hear this will also be out on DVD! I’d love to support this as well in the theaters; when are you coming to upstate NY?

        • theprinciplenews says:

          Maybe not Upstate yet, but New York City is doing pretty well to bring it. Tell your friends and cast your vote here and Bring It! The DVD will be announced when we release it.

  6. Patty says:

    Keep the information coming. I have been following this for I think a year or more when Their was an interview on movie to movement with Jason jones. I am intrigued and awaiting more. Thank you

  7. joseph ochoa says:

    Will there be a Houston showing?

  8. John Smith says:

    I’ve not seen the movie yet, but after reading some of the negative reviews on the Net, it is clear that many of the arguments used against Sungenis are ad hominem. I would like to see some better quality reviews that actually grapple with the scientific issues and avoid trying to use smear tactics.

  9. Michael Thomas says:

    Lots of people used to think the Earth was the center of the universe and that everything ‘revolved’ (literally) around us. Those people and their theories were proven very wrong as technology allowed us to prove we are not the center and nothing revolves around us actually.
    The guy in the trailer who said that he believes there’s something special about the Earth as evidence by all the other planets being barren needs a serious lesson in science, biology and astronomy. Life may very well exist beneath every frozen moon and planet in our solar system but we can’t see through the ice to see. Also, we cannot tell what the environment is like on any of the of other billions of planets in the universe are like. They may be more bountiful than the one we live on. We have no clue. That’s like saying you only like one kind of dog because you were given nine of them to choose from and didn’t like the other 8. But you ignore the fact that there are a hundreds of other choices and breeds to choose from out there. But, now exchange ‘hundreds’ for ‘billions’. Let’s face it, no matter how amazing our tests or results, or theories may be we are still only working from a human mind. So, anything we come up with as an ‘answer’ to the universe will be drastically limited by our own perception and ability to understand things as a human being. But, it’s almost impossible to imagine what could have created the Sun and nine planets (that ‘seem’ from our understanding as humans to do and have no purpose) and one planet that supports obvious life – Earth. So, it’s silly to think we can understand why the universe or we exist at all. It’s not for humans to comprehend. It’s probably not comprehendable to the human mind. And, that sometimes is the most difficult realization to accept. Because it means it doesn’t matter if we understand it or not – it will exist with or without us.

  10. Tina Hertz Evans says:

    Just in case you missed it, Galileo recanted his heresy. It all still holds. Here’s the text.


    I, Galileo Galilei, son of the late Vincenzio Galilei of Florence, aged 70 years, tried personally by this court, and kneeling before You, the most Eminent and Reverend Lord Cardinals, Inquisitors-General throughout the Christian Republic against heretical depravity, having before my eyes the Most Holy Gospels, and laying on them my own hands; I swear that I have always believed, I believe now, and with God’s help I will in future believe all which the Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church doth hold, preach, and teach.

    But since I, after having been admonished by this Holy Office entirely to abandon the false opinion that the Sun was the centre of the universe and immoveable, and that the Earth was not the centre of the same and that it moved, and that I was neither to hold, defend, nor teach in any manner whatever, either orally or in writing, the said false doctrine; and after having received a notification that the said doctrine is contrary to Holy Writ, I did write and cause to be printed a book in which I treat of the said already condemned doctrine, and bring forward arguments of much efficacy in its favour, without arriving at any solution: I have been judged vehemently suspected of heresy, that is, of having held and believed that the Sun is the centre of the universe and immoveable, and that the Earth is not the centre of the same, and that it does move.

    Nevertheless, wishing to remove from the minds of your Eminences and all faithful Christians this vehement suspicion reasonably conceived against me, I abjure with sincere heart and unfeigned faith, I curse and detest the said errors and heresies, and generally all and every error and sect contrary to the Holy Catholic Church. And I swear that for the future I will neither say nor assert in speaking or writing such things as may bring upon me similar suspicion; and if I know any heretic, or one suspected of heresy, I will denounce him to this Holy Office, or to the Inquisitor and Ordinary of the place in which I may be.

    I also swear and promise to adopt and observe entirely all the penances which have been or may be by this Holy Office imposed on me. And if I contravene any of these said promises, protests, or oaths, (which God forbid!) I submit myself to all the pains and penalties which by the Sacred Canons and other Decrees general and particular are against such offenders imposed and promulgated. So help me God and the Holy Gospels, which I touch with my own hands.

    I Galileo Galilei aforesaid have abjured, sworn, and promised, and hold
    myself bound as above; and in token of the truth, with my own hand have
    subscribed the present schedule of my abjuration, and have recited it word
    by word. In Rome, at the Convent della Minerva, this 22nd day of June,

    I, GALILEO GALILEI, have abjured as above, with my own hand.

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  12. Ron says:

    Where can I see the movie? Is there an official. Is there a official release date for the DVD?

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