Thanks for doing that Tat. I think it's a great idea to start that conversation.
I think there's a monumental gap between Zeitgeist part 1 (only 25 minutes) and the rest of the story provided throughout all of Acharya's works that folks still aren't getting.
Recent discoveries over the last couple of centuries and even the last couple decades shows that the origins of religious belief stem from natural phenomena via astrotheology long before Christianity or even the Jews were ever thought of. At this very point in time we have the most thorough picture of religious origins, history and evolution. So, I feel it's a good idea to share that with the world. People have not only a right but a responsibility to be made aware. And in that process we are still in the earliest stages of correcting all the inaccuracies of the past including the bible.
I don't see a way to correct the old history of religion without pointing out at least some of the major inaccuracies. It clearly isn't the job of TZGM to determine what is or isn't accurate - that should be left to the experts. However, TZGM can proactively adopt the new model of religious origins, history and evolution that is rooted in astrotheology and mythology that is simple to understand. By doing that, they allow for each culture and society in a variety of environments to have their own similarities as well as differences yet, still the same fundamental origin. It's all inclusive.
The Mythicist Position:
"Mythicism represents the perspective that many gods, goddesses and other heroes and legendary figures said to possess extraordinary and/or supernatural attributes are not "real people" but are in fact mythological characters. Along with this view comes the recognition that many of these figures personify or symbolize natural phenomena, such as the sun, moon, stars, planets, constellations, etc., constituting what is called "astrotheology." As a major example of the mythicist position, various biblical characters such as Adam and Eve, Satan, Noah, Abraham, Moses, Joshua, King David, Solomon & Jesus Christ, among other figures, in reality represent mythological characters along the same lines as the Egyptian, Sumerian, Phoenician, Indian, Greek, Roman and other godmen, who are all presently accepted as myths, rather than historical figures."
Christ in Egypt: The Horus-Jesus Connection page 12
Astrotheology of the Ancientshttp://stellarhousepublishing.com/astrotheology.html
What is a Mythicist?http://www.stellarhousepublishing.com/mythicist.htmlZeitgeist part 1 & the Documented Evidence
Maybe we should distance ourselves from ZG1 and put more emphasis on the new model? Well, we've already been doing that. ZG1 is just a fraction of the bigger picture so, why should we be boxed in by ZG1? We here who are quite familiar with Acharya's works and her sources were past all that long before ZG1 was ever made anyway.