Lucy (2014) is a great supernatural movie with spiritual elements.
In short, it’s about a transformation a man into a superhuman by brain’s upgrade from 3-10% to 100%.
Following some channelers, by the end of the fifth race, which includes you and me, a human had to use his brain at 50% capacity. However, we developed only between 3% – 10% of it. For example, a worker on the assembly line using 3% and an academician around 10%.
The differences between the two seem huge. Firstly, the difference in behaviour, and secondly, the understanding of reality. But the volume of knowledge accounts for only 7% of the difference!
And what if the limit is pushed to 100%? It will no longer be a human, but a superhuman, ready to reach the higher worlds of God.*
A young woman Lucy with an average brain ability, which is definitely below 10%, gets a quick upgrade to 100%.
We see a dramatic change in the protagonist from a half-drunk partier without clear goals and direction to a determined, powerful entity with abilities beyond imagination.
Channelers, however, claim that the process of thinking is much more complex.
That is to say, that it not only includes a physical brain but also several invisible structures such as an impulse ring and thin shells, in addition to a number of the soul’s matrixes.*
quality of the soul
The brain’s upgrade will not necessarily create a super humanistic person because his or her goals, motivations and actions will depend on the quality of his or her soul.
This is what we see in the movie. Lucy receives supernatural strength, violently destroying everyone and everything standing in her way.
This movie review was written by Jacklyn A. Lo
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