September 7, 2011: “The Attic Door” movie and Chac Mool Natural Minerals and Medicinal Plants of Mesoamerica
The first hour of One Cell One Light™ Radio will feature Dr. Staninger talking with the filmmakers behind the movie, The Attic Door. Filmed in Utah for a budget of less than a quarter-million dollars, The Attic Door tells the story of a young brother and sister are abandoned in the vast and lonely landscape of the 19th century American West. Each day, they struggle to keep up the family farm, anxiously waiting for their parents to return. With nowhere to escape, the two siblings are about to discover that they are not entirely alone. As much as they try to deny the truth, something behind the attic door has awakened and they must now face their greatest fear. The Attic Door is the story of love, loss, loneliness, and the truth behind childhood fears.
Joining Dr. Staninger for this discussion will be Writer/Director Danny Daneau, Executive Producer Erica Harrell and Writer/Co-Producer Eric Ernst, with a focus on the process and struggles of making their film, and independently produced films in general. HOUR 1 AUDIO:
In the second hour, the discussion will turn to Chac Mool Natural Minerals and medicinal plants of Mesoamerica. Continuing the previous week’s discussion of the ancient Olmec tribes of Central Mexico, Dr. Staninger will be joined again by Michael Edward of the World Vision Portal to discuss the uses and benefits of the Chac Mool minerals. HOUR 2 AUDIO:
Just as in the Olmecs’ (the original salt traders of the Americas) time, Chac Mool Natural Minerals are mined from an ancient Mesoamerican seabed that contained no pollution, heat, humidity, radiation or any other toxic environmental factors. Chac Mool Natural Minerals have a wide variety of uses, from removing stains from clothing to seasoning food.
Join Dr. Staninger and her guests in an engaging episode as they discuss independent filmmaking in the first hour, and Chac Mool minerals in the second, on One Cell One Light™ Radio.
The Attic Door:
Contest Details (CONTEST CLOSED)
First caller to IHS 323-466-2599 or email to <firstname.lastname@example.org> with the correct answer wins. Winner is not eligible to enter into another contest for 6 months from winning their prize. You can enter as many times as you need to until someone wins.
Date and time of the winner is recorded. All complementary gifts are worth approximately $150.
Question: What was the original name for the movie “The Attic Door”?
DVD and Blu-Ray Disk of The Attic Door, with signed poster and letter from The Attic Door team and Director Danny Daneau
The Tribute to Asian Legends Gels (Monkey King, Mizaru, Iwazaru, Shizaru, and Kikazaru, with Chac Mool Purple Gel) in honor of the 2nd hour about Mesoamerican Medicinal Botanicals of Antiquity.
Bonus question: What was the animal that the Olmecs called “little wooden men?
Prize includes Chac Mool Monkey Juice and Chac Mool Purple Gel!
Posted on September 2, 2011, in Baci Mi, Chac Mool Minerals, The Attic Door, Uncategorized and tagged Baci Mi, Chac Mool, Danny Daneau, Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, Dr. Hildy, Eric Ernst, Erica Harrell, Michael Edward, The Attic Door. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.