A WireWerks Productions
Directed by Braden Barty
Dr. Fred Alan Wolf (star of What tHe Bleep do wE (k)now? and The Secret)
Don Miguel Ruiz (Best Selling Author The Four Agreements)
Dr. Edgar Mitchell (Apollo 14 Lunar Astronaut, author The Way of the Explorer.)
Dr. Linda R. Backman,  (Author Brining Your Soul To Light)
Laurie Monroe (Director The Monroe Institute)
Linda Gabriel (Licensed Hypnotherapist)
F, Holmes “Skip” Atwater (Former Army Intel Remote Viewer, Author (Captain of my Ship,
Master of my Soul
The Quantum Soul
Copyright ® 2010 Spirit Space, LLC
Past Life Regression,
Past Life DVD,
TV Show
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Allow yourself to travel even further down the quantum Rabbit Hole in a quest for answers
to age old questions. Discover remarkable possibilities regarding what happens to our
consciousness before and after death. Some call the film "
What the Bleep do we know? meets
the afterlife".

Spirit Space challenges Quantum physics theories and how they affect how we perceive the
world anciently and today, both spiritually and scientifically. This film acts as a progressive
“travel log” for human life attempting to answer questions that mankind has been seeking since
the dawn of thought. What were we before we came here? Why do we need to be here? What
happens after we die? Does string theory give credence to places like heaven and the spirit

With spiritual inspirations by Toltec
don Miguel Ruiz (author The Four Agreements)and
Insights from Dr. Fred Alan Wolf (author of Yoga of Time Travel) and lunar
Dr. Edgar Mitchell (author The Way of the Explorer), Spirit Space opens and
explores cases from individuals who have been hypnotically regressed to a point between lives-
after death, and even before birth. Not only does the film grapple with reincarnation, the spirit
world, and the nature of the human soul it also tackles equally sticky questions such as “Is
there a Heaven and Hell?” and ”What is a spirit?”. Viewers with a penchant for skepticism will
balk at the lack of physical evidence to back up the claims in Spirit Space, but the film remains
a reassuring voice, affirming that our existence is not limited to the boundaries of our mortal