The Silent Flute + Explanation

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The Silent Flute from Vagelis Zorbas on Vimeo.



The Silent Flute was written in the theme of a Martial-Arts movie, but in reality it contains many of the teachings of The Holy Scriptures. It symbolically shows some of the various trials we encounter as we travel along the path towards Enlightenment, (i.e. the meaning of life on Earth and its purpose) and how to defend ourselves from the attacks that the Evil-one throws at us to take us off the path.

The movie begins with a karate competition, which symbolizes all of the various religions and cult organisations, fighting amongst themselves, to try to prove who is right and wrong, and who should have the right to go and confront Zetan, the guardian of The Book of Enlightenment. Cord, a seeker of The Truth, comes to the competition and defeats all of the other competitors but is disqualified because he didn't follow the 'rules' that they had made-up, and doesn't belong to any group (religion). They choose to send Morthon (Dead-one), a representative of one of the religions instead, so Cord storms out vowing to find and defeat Zetan and see what is in The Book.

The next day Morthon sets out to find Zetan and Cord follows him. They stop at a well to rest and notice what appears to them to be a blind man, going into a castle nearby.

The blind man represents 'The Word'* of God or The Truth, contained in all of The Holy Scriptures and Divinely Inspired Teachings. When Cord and Morthon hear 'The Word' being attacked in the castle, Morthon takes the quick and easy path and runs away. Cord goes to help 'The Word' but soon learns that 'The Word' is more than capable of defending itself.

* John 1:1 In the Beginning was the Word (Truth - in Hebrew is Nazir), and the Truth was with God (NOT with Lucifer/Satan the Devil), and the Word was God.

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