Daily Archives: May 26, 2013

From “Mircea Eliade et La Redecouverte du Sacre” by Paul Barba-Négra 1987 FR3

Română: Casa unde a trăit scriitorul Mircea El...

Română: Casa unde a trăit scriitorul Mircea Eliade între 1934-1940 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

From “Mircea Eliade et La Redecouverte du Sacre” by Paul Barba-Négra 1987 FR3

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Ancient Sanskrit Knowledge and Cosmic Hierarchy: The Theory of Evolution is Just that….Another Ideological Theory!

Published on Dec 15, 2012

Author and researcher Michael Cremo returned to discuss ‘forbidden archeology,’ ancient Sanskrit knowledge, and cosmic hierarchy. He shared evidence that humans existed on this planet millions of years ago. Examples included, a human skeleton found in Illinois under a thick layer of unbroken slate rock– which was estimated to be around 300 million years old. And a probable shoe print (the ‘Meister print’) discovered in Antelope Spring, Utah in slate rock that also contained a trilobite fossil, dated back to 500 million years ago. Continue reading

Music: Jacob Groth & Misen – “I know your name”

Music: Jacob Groth & Misen – “I know your name”

From Prehistoric times, when legends tell of great battles between Danes and Swedes, through the centuries to our days of soccer matches and political crisis, the relationship between the two Nordic nations has been a very special one..few nations have engaged in so many wars against each other.
A conflict in 1983, regarding a small island in Danish waters, show that the old grudge in no way has been forgotten!
But still…today we are like a family….bickering and friendship goes hand in hand!

From 1537-1814 Norway and Denmark were together in a dual monarchy – therefore many of these confrontations is also a part of Norway’s history.
Peter Wessel (Tordenskiold) was one of our greatest heroes – its him at 4:31.
He was born in Norway, but went to copenhagen to join the royal navy.
The picture at 5:21 depicts the Constituent Assembly at Eidsvoll in 1814 – this step toward Norways liberation From Denmark was made in order to prevent Sweden from getting it’s hands on Norway – which didn’t help…

The Chuck Shaffer Picture Show: Forgiveness – Official Music Video

The very first music video for the Chuck Shaffer Picture Show featuring a brand new song off of the upcoming CD entitled “Forgiveness”.

Françoise Hardy – Le Temps de L’Amour – (1962)

World Day against the Death Penalty in 2011

Published on October 5, 2011

At least 17,833 people were in the antechamber of death worldwide in late 2010. 
At least 67 countries imposed death sentences in 2010. 
Belarus is the last country in Europe to allow the death penalty.Take Action here: http://www.amnesty.org/fr/50/campaign …

rugă !

Asta seara lange on iceberg…ce to l-ai topit….
Lumea versului e nesfarita, un univers n-ar putea s-o ingradeasca!

Multumesc de inspiratie!


pentru azi și pentru mâine... pentru că timpul mă iubește...

te admir,
ma provoci
te-arati bland,
e miracol
noua dragoste
si tu spui
ma alinti
si ma mangai
din priviri
te arati cand apari
ramai si-azi
cel ce stie
ca sa fie
cand respiri
te aud si te simt
cum tresari
sa ramai
asta seara langa-un iceberg
ce tu l-ai topit
cu un foc ce intens
isi dorea o magie sa faca
sunt a ta
esti al meu
ne-am gasit
nu mai plec
eu raman si iti spun
ca doar tie iubite
iti dau mana
si-al tau brat ma va tine
intr-o lume a noastra,

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Louis Armstrong – Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen (1962)

Louis Armstrong – “Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen Lyrics”

Artist: Louis Armstrong

Album: Miscellaneous

Genre: Jazz

  • Songwriters: Louis (arr) Armstrong, Traditional

Nobody knows the trouble I’ve seen
Nobody knows but Jesus
Nobody knows the trouble I’ve seen
Glory, Hallelujah

Sometimes I’m up, sometimes
I’m down, ohh, yes Lord
Sometimes I’m almost
To the ground, oh yes, Lord

Nobody knows the trouble I’ve seen
Nobody knows but Jesus
Anybody knows the trouble I’ve seen
Glory, Hallelujah

If you got there before
I do, oh yes Lord
Tell all my friends, I’m
Coming too, oh yes Lord

Nobody knows the trouble I’ve seen
Nobody knows but Jesus
Nobody knows the trouble I’ve seen
Glory, Hallelujah

Although you see me
Goin’ on so, oh yes
I have my trials, here below
Ohh yes, Lord

Oh, nobody knows the trouble I’ve seen
Nobody knows but Jesus
Nobody knows the trouble I’ve seen
Glory, Hallelujah
Ohh, glory, Hallelujah


Obamacare, Nurse Practioners and the common person

Healthcare for profit is inhuman!

Another story about my mom and me

Remembrance of early times…Always a treat!


mothers day 01

Down on memory lane, I recalled having high fever at the age of nine.  Mom tried keeping the temperature down by using a straw fan.  That was close to midnight, the lights was off but her hand was still moving.  The cool breeze did not stop my heart from moving too.  I told mom, “It’s alright, I’m fine, don’t have to worry about me..”

 I saw tears welling in her eyes, even though the room was dark, but I could feel her sobbing in the darkness.

mothers day 02Till today, I can recalled the moment we touched each others heart so much.  So much so that the offer of her un-returnable warm light keeps beaming.  Just like the rising sun, giving us warm without asking for any returns.  Treat your mother well; treat mother’s nature well.

Happy Mother’s day!

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Greek children eat garbage, ‘austerity’ politicians eat caviar

Dear Kitty. Some blog

This video is called Austerity Kills: From Greece to U.S., Crippling Economic Policies Causing Global Health Crisis 1/2.

And this video is the sequel.

By Greg Palast:

The great crime scene of Greece

Sunday 26 May 2013

It wasn’t too difficult picking out the Fat Bastard in the crowd of Russian models, craven moochers and media mavens. Besides, he and I were both desperate for coffee and heading for the same empty urn.

We’d both signed on for Kazakhstan‘s annual Eurasia Media Forum, a kind of burning man festival for eastern oilgarchs and their media camp followers.

Now, it is my policy never to mention an interlocutor’s weight, nor question the legitimacy of their birth, given my own vulnerabilities. (A would-be groupie once told me: “You could do a few sit-ups, you know.” Yes, I know.)

But this particular man was asking for it. I had tried…

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Quotation – Frederick Douglass (1817-1895): “Let us render the tyrant no aid; let us not hold the light by which he can trace the footprints of our flying brother.

“Let us render the tyrant no aid; let us not hold the light by which he can trace the footprints of our flying brother.”

Frederick Douglass (1817-1895) Discuss

Frederick Douglass, Fighter for Freedom is a 19-minute documentary on the life and times of Frederick Douglass. Historic photos and documdrama segments cover the live of this great orator, emancipator and statesman. The story is told by a young narrator.

Today’s Birthday: MAMIE SMITH (1883) vaudeville singer, actress and dancer

Mamie Smith (1883)

Smith was an African-American vaudeville singer, dancer, and actress, but her most enduring legacy is a single she recorded in 1920 for Okeh Records. The first recording of vocal blues by an African-American artist, “Crazy Blues” quickly—and somewhat unexpectedly—became a bestseller. Its success opened record executives’ eyes to a previously neglected market—African-American buyers—and ushered in the era of the “race record.” Smith’s “Crazy Blues” was accorded what honor in 2005?More… Discuss


First “Witch” Executed in the British American Colonies (1647) (OR the laws of the lawless!)

Nearly 50 years before the infamous trials that resulted in the execution of 20 people as witches in Salem, Massachusetts, Alse Young of Windsor, Connecticut, became the victim of the first recorded execution for witchcraft in the American colonies. Although she may have had a daughter who was also accused of witchcraft 30 years later, very little is known about Young’s life, except that she was hanged at Meeting House Square in Hartford. A mention of her execution is recorded in whose diary? More… Discuss
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Mount everest

Mount Everest (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

80-Year-Old Man Becomes Oldest to Conquer Everest

An 80-year-old Japanese mountaineerYuichiro Miura, has become the oldest person to summit Mount Everest, but he may not hold the title for long. Nepal‘s Min Bahadur Sherchan, who was 76 when he conquered Everest in 2008 and is now 81, is expected to set out on his own summit attempt next week. For now, however, Miura is simply enjoying having reached his goal. Despite having had several heart operations, including one earlier this year, Miura was determined to conquer the mountain—for the third time. He first scaled the world’s highest peak when he was 70, and he reached the top again when he was 75. More… Discuss

TECH: UPDATED!!!! How to root and tether Virgin Mobile LG Optimus Elite!!!!!

Check out Matt’s Tech! I’m sure you’ll learn something (or am I the only one who did?)