Trinity and myself have just watched two quite powerful films "Host and Oblivion". It amazes me how such stories come to fruition when I recognise elements of truth that inspire them. Yes they are just stories, but as people begin to awaken, they're stimulating memories and consciousness of the collective story we all hold within us. One day, not too far away, we'll remember exactly what's happened and why we're here right now.

Here are the plot outlines and trailers for the two films - if you feel moved, both would be worth watching...

  • Host:"Souls", a species of parasitic aliens, have invaded Earth, deeming the humans too violent to deserve the planet. When a Soul is implanted into a host body the consciousness of the original owner is eventually erased, leaving only their memories and knowledge. Wanderer, a Soul who was given her name for not living more than one host's life on any of eight previous planets, is placed in the body of Melanie Stryder, one of the last few humans who've managed to avoid capture. Melanie tried to commit suicide by jumping down an elevator shaft when pursued by Seekers, but was revived by the Souls' advanced medicine. Wanderer is asked by a Seeker to look through Melanie's memories and see if there's anything that can lead them to other humans, but she is being mentally blocked, leading the Seeker to realize Melanie's consciousness is still alive and resisting control."...

  • Oblivion: "In the year 2077, Jack Harper (Tom Cruise) is one of the last drone repairmen stationed on Earth, which was nearly destroyed 60 years ago in an apparent invasion by 'Scavs' (who turn out to be remnant humans). Jack and his partner Victoria (Andrea Riseborough) work as a team to exploit and send Earth's remaining resources to a massive tetrahedral space station – called the Tet (which turns out to be an Opposing Consciousness). Jack and Victoria had their memories wiped five years prior for 'security purposes', but now Jack has nostalgic recurring dreams about the time before the war (and his connection to the remnant human colony). As the plot develops, it reveals his reality is not nearly as it seems as he builds a growing bond with the earth that he is soon expected to leave"...