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Friday, September 21, 2012

NOSTALGHIA-WEEKEND INTELECTUAL

OK IN PRIMUL RIND VREAU SA SPUN CIT DE MULT URASC NOUL BLOGGER SI CUM O SA MA MUT CIT MAI REPEDE DE PE EL...IDIOTII CARE L-AU SCHIMBAT SINT BRAINLESS.BRAIN DEAD. 

In alta ordine de idei sa ne mai desteptam ca ne-am timpit in ultimul timp si sa ne uitam la un film destept, asa ca pe vremea mea maika, si anumela NOSTALGHIA lui TARKOVSKI.



Nostalghia


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Nostalghia
Ностальгия

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Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky
Written by Tonino Guerra
Andrei Tarkovsky
Starring Oleg Yankovsky
Erland Josephson

Domiziana Giordano
Cinematography Giuseppe Lanci
Release date(s) France:
May 1983
Running time 125 minutes
Country Soviet Union
Italy
Language Russian / Italian
Nostalghia (Italian spelling of the Russian word Ностальгия "homesickness") is a 1983 Soviet/Italian film, directed by Andrei Tarkovsky and starring Oleg Yankovsky, Domiziana Giordano and Erland Josephson.

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[edit] Plot

The opening scene is a single shot showing a family and their dog descending a hill, a large tree in the foreground, the distant countryside vanishing into the rolling fog. The camera pushes in imperceptibly, but continuously from the beginning. On the soundtrack, possibly diegetic, a sole woman sings. Meanwhile, the film credits scroll up, superimposed over the scene. The family and dog, upon reaching the area in front of a hut, stop moving. Verdi's Messa da Requiem fades in, overlapping for a brief moment with the woman singing. Once the foreground tree fully disappears, the scene freezes; the credits continue until the title appears, and the scene fades to black. The Requiem continues an audible transition to the second scene.
The Russian writer Andrei Gorchakov (Oleg Yankovsky) travels to Italy to research the life of 18th-century Russian composer Pavel Sosnovsky, who lived there and committed suicide after his return to Russia. He and his comely interpreter travel to a convent in the middle of the Tuscan countryside where they look at frescoes by Piero della Francesca. Back at their hotel Andrei feels displaced and longs to go back to Russia, but unnamed circumstances seem to get in the way. The interpreter is smitten with Andrei and is offended that he will not sleep with her, claiming that she has a better boyfriend waiting for her.
Andrei meets and befriends a strange mad man, who is famous in the village for his insistence in trying to walk across a drained mineral spring pool with a lit candle. He claims that when finally achieving it, he will save the world. They both share a feeling of alienation from their surroundings. The madman says, while playing Beethoven's 9th Symphony, that mathematics are wrong, that 1+1 does not equal 2 but a bigger 1, and illustrates it with two drops of olive oil. Andrei later learns that this man used to live in a lunatic asylum until the post-fascist state closed them and now lives in the street. He also learns that this man had a family and was obsessed in keeping them inside his house to save them from the end of times until they were freed by the police.
During an abstract dream-like sequence, Andrei sees himself as the madman and has visions of his wife, the interpreter and the Madonna as being all one and the same. Andrei seems to cut his research short and plans to leave for Russia, until he gets a call from his interpreter who wishes to say goodbye and tell him that she met the madman in Rome by chance and that he wanted Andrei to walk across the pool himself. The interpreter is with her boyfriend, but he seems equally uninterested in her and appears to be involved in dubious business affairs. Andrei goes to the drained pool. His attempt to walk from one side of the pool to the other proves more difficult than he imagines. It remains unclear if the fumes, his poor heart condition or both impede him from achieving his task. Meanwhile, the madman is giving a speech in the city about the need of mankind of being true brothers and sisters and to stop polluting the water. He plays Beethoven's 9th Symphony and sets himself on fire. During this time Andrei has been unsuccessful in crossing over the pond. When he finally achieves it, he dies.
The closing sequence is a close up of Andrei sitting with his dog in the countryside of the opening scene. As the camera slowly pulls out, the hut and his family are shown to be inside the ruins of an Italian church.

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[edit] Production

This was Andrei Tarkovsky's first film directed outside of the USSR. It was supposed to be filmed in Italy with the support of Mosfilm, with most of the dialogue in Italian. When Mosfilm support was withdrawn, Tarkovsky used part of the budget provided by Italian State Television and French film company Gaumont to complete the film in Italy and cut some Russian scenes from the screenplay, while recreating Russian locations for other scenes in Italy.

[edit] Reception

The film won the Prize of the Ecumenical Jury, the prize for best director and the FIPRESCI Prize at the 1983 Cannes Film Festival.[1] Tarkovsky also shared a special prize called Grand Prix du cinéma de creation with Robert Bresson. Soviet authorities prevented the film from winning the Palme d'Or,[2] a fact that hardened Tarkovsky's resolve never to work in the Soviet Union again.

[edit] Music

The film features music by Claude Debussy, Richard Wagner, Ludwig van Beethoven, Giuseppe Verdi as well as Russian folk songs. Beethoven's ninth symphony features most prominently.

SI ACESTEA FIIND ZISE VALAS CU MIROBOLANTUL FILM TRADUS IN SPANIOLA AICI ..PENTRU UIN WEEKEND INTELECTUAL SI REWARDING DPDV SPIRITUAL

RUSSIAN WITH SPANISH SUBTITLES HERE


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KOGI TRIBE OF ATLANTIS



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Nicholas de Vere Interview - The Imperial and Royal Dragon Court Part 1



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Peter Moon - Transylvanian Sunrise & The Romanian Sphinx



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WARNING! ALERT! UFO FLEET 2012 STARTING FROM ALIEN MOONBASE FULL HD 1080...



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Explicarea instructiunilor pentru public de catre Mikao Usui, fondatorul Usui Reiki Ryoho - Dezvoltare personala - psychologies.ro

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הפרויקט של עידן רייכל - The Idan Raichel Project - Min Nhar Li Mshiti


where are you mommy where are you my dearest 
i"m broken since the day you left me 
mean people made all this sorrow 
and only god can heal me now .
mom the light of my eyes, you went and left me 
oh how you left me orphaned and empty 
my heart akes and empty are days and nights 
me that you gurded like your eyes 
i won't forget you my beautiful
 i wont forget you my love .
tell your mom you love her 
you wont know a more pure form of love 

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Thursday, September 20, 2012

Trail of Quetzalcoatl Part 1



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Serpent of Light (Beyond 2012)



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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Sweet - Love is like oxygen 1978



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"Jesus said to them, my wife."



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10 REASONS WHY MEN CHEAT



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EX - E.T.


A playful and rather perverted child causes trouble on an alien planet where order and steadiness reign.


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Proof' Jesus was married found on ancient papyrus that mentions how son of God spoke of his wife and Mary Magdalene


By Damien Gayle


A recently uncovered fragment of ancient papyrus makes the explosive suggestion that Jesus and Mary Magdalene were man and wife, researchers say.

The 8cm by 4cm fragment supports an undercurrent in Christian thought that undermines centuries of church dogma by suggesting the Christian Messiah was not celibate.

The centre of the fragment contains the bombshell phrase where Jesus, speaking to his disciples, says 'my wife', which researchers believe refers to Magdalene.

Explosive: The ancient papyrus that apparently proves that Jesus  was married to Mary Magdalene

Explosive: The ancient papyrus that apparently proves that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene

In the text, Jesus appears to be defending her against some criticism, saying 'she will be my disciple'. Two lines later he then tells the disciples: 'I dwell with her.'

If genuine, the document casts doubt on a centuries old official representation of Magdalene as a repentant whore and overturn the Christian ideal of sexual abstinence.

The incomplete manuscript, written in the ancient Egyptian Coptic language, has been studied by Karen King, Hollis professor of divinity at Harvard University, the oldest endowed academic seat in the U.S.

Professor King was to present a paper on the discovery today at an international conference on Coptic studies in Rome after conducting extensive tests and research to establish the document's authenticity.

She told Smithsonian Magazine that the fragment casts doubt 'on the whole Catholic claim of a celibate priesthood based on Jesus’ celibacy.'

She added: 'What this shows is that there were early Christians for whom ... sexual union in marriage could be an imitation of God’s creativity and generativity and it could be spiritually proper and appropriate.'

Ancient: The back side, or verso, of the papyrus is so badly  damaged that only a few key words - 'my mother' and 'three' - were  decipherable

Ancient: The back side, or verso, of the papyrus is so badly damaged that only a few key words - 'my mother' and 'three' - were decipherable

In a forthcoming paper in the Harvard Theological Review, Professor King speculates that this so-called 'Gospel of Jesus’s Wife' may have been tossed on the garbage 'because the ideas it contained flowed so strongly against the ascetic currents of the tides in which Christian practices and understandings of marriage and sexual intercourse were surging.'

Professor King downplays the fragment's validity as a biographical document, saying that it was probably composed in Greek a century or so after the Crucifixion, then subsequently transcribed into Coptic.

A DIFFERENT GOSPEL: THE TEXT OF THE FRAGMENT

  • not [to] me. My mother gave to me li[fe]...
  • The disciples said to Jesus,
  • deny. Mary is worthy of it
  • Jesus said to them, My wife
  • she will be able to be my disciple
  • Let wicked people swell up
  • As for me, I dwell with her in order to
  • an image

Its significance instead lies in the possibility that an early Christian sect drew spiritual succor from portraying the their prophet as having a wife.

This representation of Jesus as a man with earthly passions and needs has not survived in the doctrines of the established churches, which emphasise celibacy and asceticism as a spiritual ideal.

Professor King's interpretation of the text are based on the assumption that the fragment is genuine, a question that is by no means definitively settled.

Because chemical tests of its ink have not yet been done, the papyrus could still be challenged on the basis of its authenticity, though independent experts have given their support based on other benchmarks.

To authenticate the papyrus, Professor King sent photos of it to AnneMarie Luijendijk, a professor at Princeton and an authority on Coptic papyri and sacred scriptures.

Professor Luijendijk forwarded the pictures to Roger Bagnall, a renowned papyrologist who directs the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University.

Known for his conservative assessments of the authenticity and date of ancient papyri, Professor Bagnall nevertheless confirmed that he believed the document was genuine.

Known for his conservative assessments of the authenticity and date of ancient papyri, Professor Bagnall nevertheless confirmed that he believed the document was genuine.

The scribe's dialect and style of handwriting, and the colour and texture of the papyrus helped them to date it to the second half of the fourth century AD and place its probable origin in upper Egypt.

The details of the fragment support another view of the life of Jesus that has begun to gain traction since the discovery of a cache of ancient manuscripts in Nag Hammadi, Upper Egypt, in 1945.

These manuscripts, including the gospel of Thomas, the gospel of Philip and the Secret Revelation of John, outline the so-called Gnostic version of Christianity which differs sharply from the official church line.

Christ Appearing to the Magdalen by Titian: A newly discovered  ancient papyrus suggests the Messiah and Mary Magdalene were man and  wife

Christ Appearing to the Magdalen by Titian: A newly discovered ancient papyrus suggests the Messiah and Mary Magdalene were man and wife

Persecuted and often cut off from each other, ancient Christian communities had very different opinions on fundamental doctrines regarding Jesus' birth, life and death.

It was only with the establishment of Christianity as the state religion of the Roman Empire that the Emperor Constantine summoned 300 bishops to issue a definitive statement of Christian doctrine.

This so-called Nicene creed - named for Nicaea, the town where they met - affirmed a model of Christian belief that is to this day taken as orthodoxy.

The origins of this latest fragment are as yet unknown. Professor King received it from an anonymous collector who had found it among a job lot of ancient Greek and Coptic papyri.

Accompanying the fragment was an unsigned and undated handwritten note from a translator claiming it is the sole example of a text in which Jesus refers in direct speech to having a wife.

Professor King, who is able to read ancient Coptic, believes some of the phrases within the text echo passages in Luke, Matthew and the Gnostic gospels about the role of the family.

These parallels convinced her that this account of the life of Jesus was originally composed in the second century AD when such questions were a subject of intense theological debate.

Those who disagreed with the official line as established by the Council of Nicaea were in time branded by the Roman Church as heretics and their teachings suppressed.

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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

La Bella y la Bestia Un Romance Cristiano - PELÍCULA CRISTIANA - Completa



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Roadside Prophets



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First cave church in eastern Turkey gets facelift

The Archaeology News Network: First cave church in eastern Turkey gets facelift

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How Bruce Lee Changed the World 720p



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Meet Bruce Lee, personal growth guru





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Robert Pagliarini

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(MoneyWatch) COMMENTARY A list of the best personal development gurus of all time would have to include Dale Carnegie, Jim Rohn, Tony Robbins and Bruce Lee. The last name is not a typo. The late film star, who died in 1973, is of course known for his martial arts films and for creating a fighting style called Jeet Kune Do. But if you study his philosophy, he was also a deep thinker and knew what was required to become successful.

Let's look at a few of his quotes to see how they can help you live a better, fuller, richer life.

Achieve your biggest goals

"If you always put limit[s] on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there -- you must go beyond them."

If you talk to any extreme endurance athlete, they will tell you emphatically that the key to success lies in their mind, not their bodies. Their bodies will succumb to the pain if and only if their minds allow it to. They will condition their minds as much as their bodies because they know if they allow a single thought of doubt or weakness, the game is over. In what areas in your life do you feel stuck? What can you do right now that will help you push forward?

Secret to getting anything you want in life

"If you spend too much time thinking about a thing, you'll never get it done."

The most successful people are often not the smartest, because when you are "smart" you of course need to calculate, analyze and ponder before embarking on a new goal or tackling a project. Those of us who aren't Mensa members don't feel compelled to cogitate quite so hard, so we just get started. Lee's principle is more true today than when he said it. We have access to so much more information than ever before, yet we now seem to need turn-by-turn navigation for everything in our life or we feel naked. We couldn't possibly just start, could we?

"To hell with circumstances; I create opportunities."

We are experiencing a deficit of personal responsibility. There will always be 1,000 reasons why you can't do something, why it's not your fault and why you should blame others for your situation. That's easy. Three-year-old children have already mastered this. The greatest gift you can give yourself is to fully accept responsibility in every area of your life.

Unhappy in your relationship? You can continue to blame your partner, but 20 years will pass and you'll still be unhappy and you'll still be blaming her. Finances in shambles? You can blame politicians, the economy, and Wall Street bankers, but doing so will never help you improve your money situation. That's the funny thing about blame and responsibility. Who to blame is a whole lot less important than what must be done to resolve the problem -- and that requires you taking full responsibility.

How to invest your time and energy for maximum success

"The successful warrior is the average man, with laser-like focus."

Think about the most successful people you know personally. Is there anything special about them? Probably not. What makes them unique is that they invested time, energy and focus in a particular area. Find your niche and specialize. Use your other eight hours to become the best in the world in that area. You can be average at 99 percent of your job, but if you excel at the right 1 percent you will be a superstar and will never have to worry about job security.

"I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times."

Invest your time and energy into a narrow niche. Don't be all things to all people -- that is a prescription for mediocrity. What's the one area you can master? This is where you should start your 10,000 "kicks."

Bruce Lee -- martial artist, actor, personal growth master. His philosophy is timeless, as is his approach to creating a better life. For him, there was only one direction -- forward. Another quote of his: "Be happy, but never satisfied." Well said, Bruce.

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Linda Lee Cadwell & Shannon Lee on UR



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The Crow Brandon Lee final interview

Mein Herz Brennt - Rammstein Lyrics and English Translation



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Die 5 Biologischen Naturgesetze - Die Dokumentation



FOR ENGLISH PRESS CC
A MOVIE ABOUT THE REAL MEDICINE AND SOME HDDEN TRUTHS!
 
PENTRU SUBS IN ROMANA APASATI CC
UN FILM DESPRE MEDICINA GERMANA SI ADEVARYURILE CE NI S=AU ASCUNS..F INTERESANT!!!


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THE ODD LIFE OF TIMOTHY GREEN


A very sweet, magickal and touching movie...luvd it

full HERE



AICI CU SUBTITRARI IN ROMANA


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Nik Turner and Karl E. H. Seigfried - One for Lok



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De pe bloguri adunate şi-napoi la lume date: începe şcoala!!!

De pe bloguri adunate şi-napoi la lume date: Lunea pink - începe şcoala!!!: de la IronicBlondes'blog ideea lunea pink karmapolice   "Noi" începem clasa I.  Ţineţi-ne pumnii!!!!

AM RIS CU LACRIMI!!!!

Monday, September 17, 2012

Natalie Okri - PINK MONDAYS






Sunday, September 16, 2012

Charllote And Jonathan Best Audition Ever Britain Got Talents 2012



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True Blood 5x11 Song Of the Dead Fairy - Eric kills the Governor "God is...



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TOUCH-ULTIMUL EPISODE-LAST EPISODE


Exceptionalul serial cabalistic/spiritual, are un ultim episod, AICI

PENTRU CEI CE NU L-ATI URMARIT, AICI SUBTITRAT, COMPLET.


THE LAST OF THE SERIES

FULL HERE(for those lovers of spirituality and kabbalah)

THE OTHER EPISODES
HERE


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