Man in the Moon: Building the Tower of Babel

Here is something from Man in the Moon.  As you will see still hours worth of modeling left yet to do. This is for a part of the story that is important but something that will last only a couple of minutes. You can see why it costs so much to produce.

We are not cutting ANY corners to tell this story. All of us involved feel as though This is an important show for reasons other than a lot of people are coming and we have to give them a “great show”.

  • Pamela Peltonen

    Of course you can do with your own money according to your own dicates. I don’t see the point in spending so lavishly while your own audience is suffering under the tyrrany of Obama. I have lost my job because I stood up to the progressive environmental agenda, and can’t find another job in my field because I’ve apparently been blacklisted. I have lost my health insurance and find myself starting over at age 48, which is no easy feat for a woman especially.

    I wish you all the success in your show and I hope it changes some lives of those who can afford to come and see it. I’ve always been with you Glenn, and I’m not leaving now because I know why you do the things you do. I have to admit I’m scratching my head on this one.

  • Anonymous

     

    @Pamela Peltonen, I am truly sorry to hear of your difficulties, and wish you well in your future job needs.

    I agree in wishing Glenn success in his show, and as to changing some lives, as you  mention, this is indeed why Glenn is doing it this way. A story has to be told, and in a new and different way than has been done before. This evidently entails novel set design and construction, which usually doesn’t come cheap. The uniqueness of Glenn Beck’s endeavors is that he does it with money that he has, no borrowing or mortgaging, in order to be free of the entanglements that such fiscal policies can develop. 
    Also, Glenn is a leader in working to get us aware of our social problems, and provide hope for working through them, and saving our Constitutional underpinnings. The Fourth of July is a prime time to accomplish much good in this direction, and I have great expectations for a wonderful message to come out of this production. I only feel bad that I cannot attend, and hope that some clips come out of it later, so we can at least see some small portion of the glory to shine on us all.
    Laus Deo

  • Anonymous

    The Tower of Babel was an utter failure.  Deceived by The Liar that we could be like God, we were Deceived again into thinking we can bring ourselves to Him.  We cannot create our own salvation, though there are many that still try.

  • http://youtu.be/0iRCvDwF26Q Sam Fisher

    I am 25 and can’t find work so you not the only one suffering. Who knows this may be God’s way of waking more people up to the fact of how screwed up the country truly is because the only way things will get fixed in this country for people like you and me is people waking the sleeping up.

  • http://youtu.be/0iRCvDwF26Q Sam Fisher

    I am shocked that Obama did not try to recreate the Tower of Babel yet.

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    Hang in there Pamela – there are always options & possibilities out there. Sometimes, they just don’t come in our timing.

    I wish government & politicians would just minimize so we could maximize our OWN potential!!??

    Keep up the good fight!

  • Anonymous

    Don’t have to…. take a look at the EU Big-G Building…. recreated in all its modern glory.

     

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/ZEFUQ7C6WTQ7WXVVTX3B5QYZSQ Joe

    Glenn is providing well paying jobs to a lot of people in the process of doing this.  What do you want him to do with his money, hoard it and not create?

  • Anonymous

    Glenn Beck is a 21st century version of the Moneychangers that angered Jesus outside the temple

  • Pamela Peltonen

    I am glad that Glenn is using his money as he wishes. I just hope the show makes a huge impact so that the money won’t be wasted. It must be something huge for Glenn to spend so much money on it. I hope it will change the world for the better. I have a feeling that Glenn is going to showcase a new energy source much like the Tesla Tower that will unchain us from the ever rising costs of heating and cooling our homes. Imagine it, if we didn’t have to pay 300-500 dollars a month in electric bills, we might be able to afford a new car or a private education for our kids.

  • Anonymous

    Jesus was only angered by the money changers because they had turned a house of worship into a marketplace. He didn’t hate people making or spending money, just people profaning sacrifice for their own personal gain in His Father’s house. Also the act of buying livestock at the temple negated the principle of sacrificing the best of one’s own herd, so it would be seen as an insult to God. You’re trying to draw a comparison where there isn’t one as Glenn isn’t selling you a low-quality sheep for a sacred practice on holy ground.

  • Anonymous

    Selling overpriced videos of “Restoring Honor” and other such horseshit rallies, as well as the crappy tshirts and books (which Beck does not even write), is EXACTLY what pissed Jesus off

  • Anonymous

    Jesus was angry because he was zealous for His Father’s house and angered at it’s occupation by exploiters and false priests. Look it up whitePimple. If Jesus is mad at Glenn that’s between them, not some know it all dickhead troll. Go pop yourself before you burst!

  • http://www.facebook.com/james.s.craft.5 James S. Craft

    I don’t understand why a leftist such as yourself would be on this site to begin with.  As far as the books, t-shirts etc.  Glenn does not force anyone to buy them, and they are far from crap.  His rallies are inspiring, unlike the hateful dribble you are spewing.  Go back to the Huffington Post and other mind numbing websites.  We know who and what you are.

  • http://www.facebook.com/james.s.craft.5 James S. Craft

    I agree.  fourteen years ago both my wife and I lost our jobs.  We thought we would have to go bankrupt and sell everything we owned.  But through the worst times came the belief that we could find a job.  For me it took about six months- for my wife about a year. We are now getting closer to retirement, and while the current economy has taken it’s toll on our lives (our home is worth less than when we built it 18 years ago), we still hope that the future will be brighter- that what we are living through today is another bump in the road of our lives.  Stay strong Pamela and have faith, in yourself and God that you will find a job and get your life back on track.