Reluctant Messenger wrote:
> I found myself yawning a lot through Matrix II, and came away completely
> Nothing like Matrix I.
> Chester, have you yet drafted an allegorical synopisis?
> In my opinion, there really isn't any significant spiritual symbolism in
> Matrix II, its a disappointment in that arena. The special effects
> are over
> the top though :-)
If one sets aside their expectations, they might be pleasantly surprised
there is as much spiritual significance in MXII as in MX. For example,
the spiritual ramifications of an infinite set of lives being lived
simultaneously would meld nicely with Chester's experience, wouldn't it ?
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