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Five years research, two years in the making, an acclaimed and gripping 90 min feature length documentary for our time. The Daniel Project is a genuine investigative documentary that puts ancient predictions under a journalistic microscope and presents this astonishing subject in a unique format that is both entertaining and challenging.

“The film has me wanting to watch it over again, I did not want it to end. It lays out the facts and gets straight to the point; if it were any clearer it would be see-through.”

A powerful presentation produced by Studio Scotland, this intriguing film steers well clear of sensationalist apocalyptic hype normally associated with Nostradamus or invented fictional codes attributed to Mr Da Vinci. The Daniel Project draws from years of investigative research, taking the viewer on a journey while presenting only historical facts and observable evidence. Allowing these ancient writings to speak for themselves, it leaves both the viewer and it's presenter to draw their own conclusions.

“Excellent, precise, direct & honest.  A refreshing change from the apocalyptic movies circulating.”

The film begins with the presenter, self-confessed atheist, voice-over artist Jeremy Hitchen, accepting the challenge to investigate the plausibility of ancient prophecies. Dating back thousands of years, these texts of antiquity claim to predict, in astonishing detail, world shaping events leading to the end of the world, as we know it today, and the dawn of a new era.

"A masterpiece of Biblical Prophecy. This documentary is very well done, holding the energy for a full length flick is an acquired talent... this documentary holds you on the end of your seat. Double Thumbs Up!"

Armed with a dossier, Jeremy investigates each prophecy with the help of expert contributor interviews, location filming and news archive. In turn, he shares his own thoughts and findings with the viewer as the first prophecy points to an absolute event, observed in recent history. As each successive prediction unfolds it soon becomes clear that these mysterious texts are not easily dismissed. It is claimed that the consequences will be inescapable, the message is a warning... a sign post...

"Stunning inescapable logic… this film should be on everyone's shelf."

As science continues to reveal the complexity of the world in which we live, there are those that claim we are not alone in this universe, and that compelling evidence is unfolding before our very eyes that clearly indicate mankind is about to meet his destiny.…

The Daniel Project is a gripping documentary for our time.

"Probably the most important documentary I have ever seen. I would describe it as inspired and ground-breaking in its field. Challenging and compelling."

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The Daniel Project – Unfolding events around the world
Scholars Dr Bahyro & Dr Marx in discussion
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The Daniel Project – Global instability


Each of the following people appearing in The Daniel Project has been chosen for their expertise in a particular area of relevance. Their views are their own and may not be in agreement with each other or the views held by the producers of this documentary. When filming was complete, In a behind the scenes interview not seen on the TV documentary, Jeremy spent some hours interviewing Jacob and asked some searching questions which can be seen within the Bonus material.

Voice Artist / Actor / Presenter: Jeremy Hitchen

Noted mostly for his many voices for Gerry Anderson including Dr. 'Tiger' Ninestein of Terrahawks and Captain Magenta in Captain Scarlet as well as working as radio host in Spain, Jeremy has worked on numerous projects with Studio Scotland.

Television appearances include the 2003 documentary, Revisiting the Future, the 2007 tv mini-series - Stand by for Action and a prison officer in Life Gets You Down. Today, Jeremy features in a number of British TV productions.


Bible Expositor: Jacob Prasch

James Jacob Prasch is a Hebrew-speaking Bible expositor and director of Moriel Ministries. Born in New York, Prasch originally set out to disprove the validity of the Bible with science, history and archaeology. He now teaches eschatology.

Prasch travels the world with the conviction that humanity is in the 'Last Days' with events in the Middle East, society's moral deterioration, environmental destruction, globalization, rise of a pseudo-democratic federal Europe and contemporary church apostasy as events of prophetic significance.

The Daniel Project Documentary Film – Presenter Jeremy Hitchen
The Daniel Project Documentary Film – Jacob Prasch


Each of the following people appearing in The Daniel Project has been chosen for their expertise in a particular area of relevance. Their views are their own and may not be in agreement with each other or the views held by the producers of this documentary.

Archaeologist: Dr Asher Altshul

Born in the USA, Dr Asher Altshul has been in Israel for almost 20 Years. He has a degree in archaeology from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

In addition, Dr Altshul is an ordained rabbi by the Israeli Chief Rabbinate and recognised as one of the world's leading experts on the City of Jerusalem. As an expert guide, Dr Altshul was also involved in creating the Dead Sea Scroll project The Orian Virtual Qumran Tour for the Mandel Institute of Jewish Studies.

The Daniel Project Documentary Film – Dr Asher Altshul

Liturgist and Midrash Scholar: Rabbi Dr Dahlia Marx

Rabbi Dr. Dalia Marx was born in Jerusalem. She received her B.A. Summa cum Laude and her M.A. Magna cum Laude from the Hebrew University. Dr Marx is a graduate of the Israeli Rabbinic program at HUC-JIR and spent her senior year of rabbinic studies in Cincinnati and was ordained there in 2003.

Dr Marx received her Ph.D. in Jewish Liturgy from the Hebrew University. Her dissertation deals with the early morning ritual in Jewish liturgy.

The Daniel Project Documentary Film – Rabbi Dahlia Marx

Reachout Trust : Doug Harris

Reachout Trust produces information regarding religions and other life-stance groups. The late and former director of the Trust, Doug Harris, wrote about various influential Christian figures (such as televangelists and authors) and various groups within non-evangelical Christianity.

Reachout Trust continues to communicate perceived dangers of those groups' beliefs and/or practices to the evangelical Christian community and presents the Christian gospel from an evangelical perspective to members of those groups.

Economist and Trend Analyst: Jonathan Sieff

Jonathan Sieff is an economist and entrepreneur. He was CEO of Principle Capital, an emerging markets investment house, from 2008 to 2010. As CEO of Close Brothers' Asset Management business from 2003 to 2008, he oversaw £27billon of assets across a range of multi-asset class investments, fund and trust administration assets, custody and banking assets.

Prior to this, Jonathan worked for Old Mutual and was Joint Chief Executive of Fairbairn Private Bank and a director of Gerrard Limited. He has also worked in corporate finance at HSBC Investment Bank in London.

The Daniel Project Documentary Film – Johnathan Sieff

British American Security Information Council : Paul Ingram

Paul Ingram studies Iran and nuclear nonproliferation. He is the executive director of the British American Security Information Council in London, developing BASIC’s long-term strategy to achieve global nuclear disarmament and coordinating operations in London and Washington.

Special fields include: global nuclear disarmament strategies and agendas, US and UK nuclear weapons decisions, NATO’s nuclear posture, Iran’s nuclear programme and diplomatic attempts to control it.
The Daniel Project Documentary Film – Paul Ingram

no2id: Phil Booth

Privacy campaigner and national coordinator of no2id, a single-issue group focussed on the threat to liberty and privacy posed by the rapid growth of the database state, of which "ID cards" were the most visible part.

Entirely independent, no2id do not endorse any party or campaign on any other topic. Their aim is to publicise the case against state control of personal identity among the general public, in the media and at every level in government.

The Daniel Project Documentary Film – Phil Booth

The Temple Institute, Jerusalem: Rabbi Yehudah Glick

The Temple Institute is dedicated to every aspect of the Holy Temple of Jerusalem, and the central role it fulfilled, and will once again fulfill, in the spiritual wellbeing of both Israel and all the nations of the world.

The Institute's activities include education, research, and development. The Temple Institute's ultimate goal is to see Israel rebuild the Holy Temple on Mount Moriah in Jerusalem, in accord with the Biblical commandments.

The Daniel Project Documentary Film – Rabbi Yahuda Glick

Lecturer in Early Jewish Studies: Dr Siam Bhayro

As Lecturer in Early Jewish Studies, Dept of Theology and Religion, University of Exeter, Dr Bhayro’s main credentials are:

Graduated with First Class Honours degree in Hebrew and Jewish Studies, University College London and later a PhD; Worked on the Dictionary of Classical Hebrew, University of Sheffield; Served as Lector of Semitic Languages, Dept of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, Yale University; Research Assoc at Taylor-Schechter Genizah Research Unit, University of Cambridge.

The Daniel Project Documentary Film – Dr Siam Bhayro

Agriculture, Negev Desert, Israel: Uri Yogev

Based in the Negev Desert, Uri Yogev is involved in agricultural research. The Agricultural Research Organization (ARO), the research arm of Israel's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, is responsible for most of the agricultural research conducted in Israel.

This research aims to improve existing agricultural production systems and to introduce new products, processes and equipment, thereby ensuring the basis of Israel's future agriculture.

The Daniel Project Documentary Film – Uri Yogev

Transatlantic & Caucasus Studies Institute: Ziba Norman

Founder and director of the British Transatlantic Institute in London. The Transatlantic & Caucasus Studies Institute was established as a charity in 2004, with the intention of opening up genuinely non-partisan debate on pressing geopolitical issues.

Ziba Norman was educated at the University of California San Diego, where she obtained a BA in English literature, followed by two years as a doctoral student and lecturer. She later trained as a lawyer working in London.

The Daniel Project Documentary Film – Ziba Norman

Film Producers Statement

As film makers what is your aim for this production?

We believe that recorded eschatological events found within ancient biblical texts merit serious investigation primarily because of the impact they claim to present to the human race and its environment. If there is truth behind these claims, then the resultant concluding effect on every living creature on this earth will be significant, if not catastrophic. Our research into these claims, particularly historical prophecy fulfilment, offers the possibility, and perhaps even the likelihood, that such future events are inevitable.

The trend within the broadcast industry is to avoid this topic due to a lack of relevant knowledge, dealing with it in a less than rational approach ie sensationalist, just being afraid of the subject altogether or because it is seen as "religious" and therefore nonsensical. Studio Scotland has taken a bold challenge to present this subject the way it should have been presented, where previous attempts have fallen short. With all preconceived beliefs and arrogances put to one side, individuals should be given the opportunity to know the facts in a rational, easy to understand manner, making informed decisions about how they will deal with destiny should these future predictions become reality.

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