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The Bleeping Herald – October 2014

Greetings What the BLEEP Do We Know!? fans, followers, and aficionados. It's been 2 years since the last hello and much has happened in our world, your world, and the world.

In the BLEEP world (and beyond) we were all saddened by the passing of Dr. Masaru Emoto on October 17. For remembrances and pictures please visit the article below.


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Today! Back up out of the Rabbit Hole: Rereleasing Down the Rabbit Hole!

To address everyone’s request for more information, more interviews, and more science in 2006, we took a trip Down the Rabbit Hole with a 3 DVD release of all the above. FOX took it out of production in 2010. To commemorate our 10th year, it is now re-issued as a 4 DVD set from Beyond Words.
People may wonder, Why do this in the age of digital downloads? The first reason is it allows us to deliver a lot of information--over 8 hours--in one fell swoop.

Second, the 5-hour Quantum Rabbit Hole with programmable play options can never be experienced via digital streaming. It needs the operating system of the DVD player (or Blu-ray player) to dynamically configure the movie at runtime. The DVD OS has a random number generator which chooses interviews based on how far down you want to go. It's called the "Quantum edition" because, as we have learned, the position of, say, an electron cannot be predicted. All quantum states are essentially random and only become certain as they are rounded up to our everyday scale.
Finally, there are 2 new featurettes on the 4 disc set. Reflections on the BLEEP consists of interviews with our past experts Fred Alan Wolf, Dean Radin, Lynn McTaggart, and Joe Dispenza, and interviews with future experts (more on this later) Jeffrey Kripal, Jean Houston, David Kaplan, Deirdre Hade, and Ervin Lazslo. We asked them what we got right and what we got wrong, how has science moved since the original films, and where they think it should go.
The second featurette is A Brief History of the BLEEP--an interview with filmmaker William Arntz. He talks about his early 8mm filmmaking days, how his spiritual teachers inspired him, and what compelled him to invest his fortune in a movie that everyone said would go nowhere. He talks about the magical collaboration with Mark and Betsy and their trials and tribulations in getting the film completed and then finally up on the big screen.
There are some new Rabbit Hole trailers and some videos about what is really Down that Hole on our website.  Click here.
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Will Arntz Appearing Live on Beyond Words Presents

We're having a birthday party!

Yes, it's been 10 years since the movie first hit the streets and the good folks of the Awakened World Film Festival are throwing a birthday bash for us on Wednesday, October 29 in Santa Barbara. There's a showing/workshop at 2:00 PM, then the Birthday Gala and Dance Party(!) 9:30–11:00 PM. Filmmakers Betsy, Will, and Mark will be there, along with Fred Alan Wolf, a.k.a. Dr. Quantum. For more information, check out

Future Experts, Future BLEEP, and Future Newsletters

So what was new in the worlds of science and spirituality in the last ten years? Armed with that and many other questions, William Arntz, Betsy Chasse, and filmmakers Ri Stewart and Renee Slade interviewed those people mentioned above, along with Rupert Sheldrake, Eben Alexander, Rabbi Mordecai Finley, Larry Dossey, Lisa Miller, Charlie Tart, Francis Rico, and Marilyn Schlitz.
What did they say? What did we learn? That’s the future…
But for a little sneak peak as to who the new People are, check out the blog written by Jeffrey Kripal, PhD, “Embrace the Unexplained”.

Dr. Masaru Emoto 1943 – 2014

Last Friday Dr. Emoto left this world and moved on to what lies beyond. His life and work touched millions of people around the world. We know of countless examples of people who were transformed by the water crystal scene in WTB. Even in the film, it was that scene which propelled Amanda to her transformation.

He was interviewed for the Rabbit Hole movie and explained his process. To view this click here.

A tireless spokesman of his message of water, he traveled the globe giving talks, showing pictures, and leading his audiences in songs (he loved to sing with everyone).  In fact here we are singing at his Water for Life festival in Japan 2004…

I personally will miss Masaru’s humor and impish joy in inspiring people. I was his guest in Japan as he was mine at my home in the US. He leaves a legacy which will be remembered for along time.
--William Arntz

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