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  • EGERIA: TUTELARY DIVINITY from a handbound book of drawings telling a story of redemption
  • skydancer recognized by tibetan lamas as a tutelary diety, called maitreya by master seo kyung bo, this lovely presentation of beautiful photos shot by steve conway, and the narration point to the iniitiatory fire
  • Proof movies are practicing withcraft American movies are blocking your ability to see the coming tutelary prince in Daniel 12. You need to hear more teaching to understand this.
  • Maa Mangala Bandana - Kosli Sambalpuri - Part 2 First ever Maa Mangala Stutee in Kosli Sambalpuri language..It's sambalpuri bhajan..Maa Mangala is regarded as one of the many form of Maa samaleswari , the tutelary godess of Western Orissa (Kosal) region... Singer- Satrughan Luhar Written by - Shantanu Purohit Music by - Ramesh Kumar Mahanand (music director of sambalpuri movie Bhukha) Produced by - Sudhir Acharya Directed by - Panini Pragyan
  • God is REAL and I can prove it with Logic. I prove the existence of god, once and for all. God Bless.
  • The Gangneung Danoje Festival UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity - 2008 URL: Description: The annual Gangneung Danoje Festival takes place in the town of Gangneung and its surroundings, situated east of the Taebaek Mountain Range on the Korean peninsula.The festival includes a shamanistic ritual on the Daegwallyeong Ridge, which pays tribute to the mountain deity and male and female tutelary deities. It encompasses traditional music and Odokddegi folk songs, the Gwanno mask drama, oral narrative poetry, and various popular pastimes. The Nanjang market, Koreas largest outdoor marketplace, is today a major element of the festival, where local products and handicrafts are sold and contests, games and circus performances take place. The four-week long festival begins with the brewing of a sacred liquor and the Dano shamanistic rituals, in which a central role is played by a sacred tree, the sinmok, and the hwagae, a ritual object made of feathers, bells and bamboo wood. One of the specific features of the festival is the coexistence of Confucian, shamanistic and Buddhist rituals. Through the rituals devoted to the deities, the region is believed to remain unaffected by natural disasters, allowing all its residents to live in peace and prosperity. Every year, a large number of visitors attend the various ritual performances and actively participate in events such as making Danoje festival fans, brewing the sacred liquor, drawing masks for the Gwanno ...
  • tutelary xiphoid this is our first video... lots more to come
  • Real CCTV Footage Fairy Sighting Original No edits version of the real fairy sighting footage, this is the actual raw file taken from a security dvr with a digital watermark as proof, not a fake or edit. we never knew our lake cabin was full of mysterious creatures, this cctv video shows recent footage of a fairy in flight! The word fairy derives from Middle English faierie (also fayerye, feirie, fairie), a direct borrowing from Old French faerie (Modern French féerie) meaning the land, realm, or characteristic activity (ie enchantment) of the legendary people of folklore and romance called (in Old French) faie or fee (Modern French fée). This derived ultimately from Late Latin fata (one of the personified Fates, hence a guardian or tutelary spirit, hence a spirit in general); cf. Italian fata, Spanish hada of the same origin. Fata, although it became a feminine noun in the Romance languages, was originally the neuter plural ("the Fates") of fatum, past participle of the verb fari to speak, hence "thing spoken, decision, decree" or "prophetic declaration, prediction", hence "destiny, fate". It was used as the equivalent of the Greek Μοῖραι Moirai, the personified Fates who determined the course and ending of human life. To the word faie was added the suffix -erie (Modern English -(e)ry), used to express either a place where something is found (fishery, heronry, nunnery) or a trade or typical activity engaged in by a person (cookery, midwifery, thievery). In later usage it generally applied to any kind of quality ...
  • The Foreboding Tutelary Of Cheesecake Park My sister and I went on a lovely walk in the park. I happened to have my video camera, and we shot this all in a day. Reference at the end is from "It Conquered the World."
  • Goss Opera House King Tut Exhibit 2/2 The Tutankhamun "King Tut" exhibit at the Goss Opera House & Gallery in Watertown South Dakota. The traveling Tutankhamun exhibition from the Egyptian Museum, Cairo, toured throughout the world from 1961-1981, but after 20 years of wear-and-tear the tour was concluded and returned to Egypt. This Superbly reproduced collection of 128 legendary artifacts faithfully preserves the grandeur and mystery of the most astonishing archaeological treasure ever discovered. The Goss Opera House, which was built the year South Dakota became a state, was recently restored and now serves as a venue for Artist's works as well as a diner, WIFI coffee lounge, meeting hall, stage for live performances, and gift shop. For more information visit their website at
  • The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, part 2 According to Coleridge's friend William Wordsworth, the Rime of the Ancient Mariner was inspired while Coleridge, Wordsworth and Wordsworth's sister Dorothy were on a walking tour through the Quantock Hills in Somerset in the spring of 1798.The discussion had turned to a book that Wordsworth was reading, A Voyage Round The World by Way of the Great South Sea (1726), by Captain George Shelvocke. In the book, a melancholy sailor, Simon Hatley, shoots a black albatross: We all observed, that we had not the sight of one fish of any kind, since we were come to the Southward of the streights of le Mair, nor one sea-bird, except a disconsolate black Albatross, who accompanied us for several days ..., till Hattley, (my second Captain) observing, in one of his melancholy fits, that this bird was always hovering near us, imagin'd, from his colour, that it might be some ill omen. ... He, after some fruitless attempts, at length, shot the Albatross, not doubting we should have a fair wind after it. Coleridge became interested in retelling Shelvocke's story, and Wordsworth suggested "Suppose you represent him as having killed one of these birds on entering the south sea, and the tutelary spirits of these regions take upon them to avenge the crime." By the time the trio finished their walk, the poem had taken shape. The poem also draws on legends of the Flying Dutchman and the Wandering Jew, who was forced to wander the Earth until Judgement Day for taunting Jesus on the day of the ...
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  • Kayan Tradisional Wedding(Pelah Hawa') - Part 4(Class Conversation).flv The three class structures are the Maren or the high aristocrats, the Hipui / Maren Uk are the noble folk and Panyin are the commoners4. The Maren had close ties to the spirit world. A Maren individual had a tutelary deity which protected him and by extension, his tribe. Disobeying a Maren was tantamount to disobeying the spirits; therefore it was no surprise that the Maren class could get away with ordering the lower classes around and gaining their absolute obedience. Because of this traditionally rigid class structure, it is only in recent times that marriages are permitted between the different strata. When such a marriage occurs, the children from the marriage shall inherit the status of the parent from the higher stratum5. It should be noted that the class strata tends to be in disfavour with the increasingly secondary/tertiary-educated and urbanised younger generations of Kayans. However, the age old practice of respecting the traditional hierarchy is still observed in the longhouses. A modern day Kayan person belonging to the Panyin would not, for example, dare to wear or display designs that are meant for the Maren when visiting his/her respective longhouses. The adoption of Christianity by the majority of Kayans has also modified some of the thinking in relation to how the old traditions and customs should be observed. If a marriage between the different strata happens, the person of the lower class has to undergo a class conversion process before the wedding ...
  • What About The Anunnaki? So, what about the Anunnaki, one might ask? The ancients themselves were quite clear about what it was exactly they were worshipping and fancifully describing in epic poetry. The speculation is not needed, as, for example, the Sumero-Babylonians themselves said that the gods were the planets, not people, and that their stories were myths representing personifications of these bodies. the Anunnaki play a part in the mythos, but they are not "people," human or otherwise. The Anunnaki, in general, represent the seven "nether spheres" and guardians of the seven "gates" through which the "sun of God" passes into the netherworld or darkness. They are also the "tutelary spirits of the earth." So, immediately we encounter a problem which reveals that what Sitchin is putting forth is not what the ancients themselves said of the traditions they themselves developed. Like so many before him, Sitchin also wants to make the main character of the celestial mythos, the sun, into a person. Actually, he wants to make it into several extraterrestrials. These various gods found around the globe, such as Osiris, Horus, Krishna, Hercules, Jesus and Quetzalcoatl, are not people or aliens but personifications of the solar hero, as was stated by the peoples who created them. The ancients were not so dumb that they mistook planets for people, even though they personified those planets and, where the knowledge or gnosis of the mythos was lost, they hoped for "the incarnation," or the carnalization ...
  • twelfth - El Capitolio La Habana, Cuba twelfth The site occupied by El Capitolio was originally an area of swamp which was later used for slave dwellings and later still for the country's first botanical garden. In 1839, after the plants were relocated, the Villanueva Station (Estación de Ferrocarriles de Villanueva) was constructed on the site. The station was inaugurated in 1839 and was in use until the first decade of the 20th century when a modern station was constructed further to the east of the city. Before the existing building was erected there were other construction projects proposed for the site. The first, proposed in 1912, was to build a Presidential Palace, but the idea was later modified to construction of a building for the Cuban legislature. Financing was obtained and the work started in December of 1917 but stopped during World War I and was never recommenced. The dome of the building, which had been completed before work was suspended, was destroyed in an explosion in 1918. In 1925, the dictator Gerardo Machado took power and commissioned a new design from the architects Raúl Otero and Eugenio Raynieri. The previous, partially completed building was demolished and work began on the new building on 1 April 1926. Over seen by the US firm of Purdy and Henderson, 8000 labourers worked 8-hour shifts 24 hours a day, and as a result the building was completed in just 3 years and 50 days
  • Three Little Maids from School (the Mikado) Three little maids from school are we Pert as a school-girl well can be Filled to the brim with girlish glee Three little maids from school Everything is a source of fun Nobody's safe, for we care for none Life is a joke that's just begun Three little maids from school Three little maids who, all unwary Come from a ladies' seminary Freed from its genius tutelary Three little maids from school Three little maids from school One little maid is a bride, Yum-Yum Two little maids in attendance come Three little maids is the total sum Three little maids from school From three little maids take one away Two little maids remain, and they Won't have to wait very long, they say Three little maids from school Three little maids from school Three little maids who, all unwary Come from a ladies' seminary Freed from its genius tutelary Three little maids from school Three little maids from school
  • Ramman: religious festival and ritual theatre of the Garhwal Himalayas, India UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity - 2009 URL: Description: Every year in late April, the twin villages of Saloor-Dungra in the state of Uttarakhand (northern India) are marked by Ramman, a religious festival in honour of the tutelary god, Bhumiyal Devta, a local divinity whose temple houses most of the festivities. This event is made up of highly complex rituals: the recitation of a version of the epic of Rama and various legends, and the performance of songs and masked dances. The festival is organized by villagers, and each caste and occupational group has a distinct role. For example, youth and the elders perform, the Brahmans lead the prayers and perform the rituals, and the Bhandaris representing locals of the Kshatriya caste are alone entitled to wear one of the most sacred masks, that of the half-man, half-lion Hindu deity, Narasimha. The family that hosts Bhumiyal Devta during the year must adhere to a strict daily routine. Combining theatre, music, historical reconstructions, and traditional oral and written tales, the Ramman is a multiform cultural event that reflects the environmental, spiritual and cultural concept of the community, recounting its founding myths and strengthening its sense of self-worth. In order to ensure that it remains viable, the communitys priorities are to promote its transmission and to obtain its recognition beyond the geographical area in which it is practised. Country(ies ...
  • Kevin Jennings Pushes Homo***ual Propoganda on young children My thoughts on the SAFE School Czar and also some music
  • The ONLY whites in Egypt were slaves RAMESES II. SLAYING THE ASIATICS BEFORE RA, THE TUTELARY DEITY OF THE GREAT TEMPLE OF ABÛ-SIMBEL.. THE DISCOURSE OF AMEN-RA, LORD OF THRONES. Thou hast struck off the heads of the Asiatics, and their children cannot escape from thee. Every land illuminated by thy diadem is encircled by thy might; and in all the zone of the heavens there is not a rebel to rise up against thee. The enemy bring in their tribute on their backs, prostrating themselves before thee, their limbs trembling and their hearts burned up within them." Campaign against "white" Mittani in parts of Lebanon: "He is a king valiant ... Naharin which its lord had deserted out of fear ... I hacked up its towns and villages and I set fire to them ... I carried off their inhabitants ... also their herds of cattle ... I felled all their plantations and their fruit trees ...I had many vessels ... built on the mountains of God's Land in the neighborhood of the Lady of Byblos ... then on that mountain of Naharin, my Majesty erected my stela, carved out of the mountain on the western side of the Euphrates.." Conquest against and tribute from "white" Palestine: "Tribute of the princes of Retenu, who came to do obeisance ... to the souls of his majesty... Now every harbor at which his majesty arrived was supplied with loaves and with assorted loaves, with oil, incense, wine, f[ruit] ---- abundant were they beyond everything ... Tribute from "white" Assur/Assyria "The tribute of the chief of Assur (Ys-sw-r): genuine ...
  • look at American style El CAPITOLIO - Havana ,CUBA The neoclassical building is strongly reminiscent of the US Capitol, but Raynieri claimed to take his inspiration for the cupola from the Panthéon in Paris. The cupola, which is stone clad around a steel frame which was constructed in the United States and imported to Cuba, is set forward on the building to allow for some large rooms at the rear, including what is now the National Library of Science and Technology. In the original design the dome was to be decorated with stylised palm leaves but this addition was never executed. At almost 92 m (300 ft) high, the dome was the highest point in the city of Havana until the 1950s (this honour now belongs to the José Martí Memorial). Around the building are gardens laid out by French landscape architect and designer Jean-Claude Nicolas Forestier at the time of the original construction. Based on the designs of some of the beautiful simple European gardens they consist of areas of lawn bordered by paths and highlighted by palms. Four groups of Royal Palms accent the design. The 55 steps leading to the main entrance, known as La Escalinata are flanked on either side by 6.5 m (21 ft) statues by the Italian artist Angelo Zanelli. To the left is Work (El Trabajo) and to the right The Tutelary Virtue (La Virtud Tutelar). The steps lead up to the central portico, which is 36 m (118 ft) wide and more than 16 m (52½ ft) tall. There are 12 granite Roman style columns arranged in two rows and each over 14 m (46 ft) tall. Beyond the ...
  • The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, part 1 According to Coleridge's friend William Wordsworth, the Rime of the Ancient Mariner was inspired while Coleridge, Wordsworth and Wordsworth's sister Dorothy were on a walking tour through the Quantock Hills in Somerset in the spring of 1798.The discussion had turned to a book that Wordsworth was reading, A Voyage Round The World by Way of the Great South Sea (1726), by Captain George Shelvocke. In the book, a melancholy sailor, Simon Hatley, shoots a black albatross: We all observed, that we had not the sight of one fish of any kind, since we were come to the Southward of the streights of le Mair, nor one sea-bird, except a disconsolate black Albatross, who accompanied us for several days ..., till Hattley, (my second Captain) observing, in one of his melancholy fits, that this bird was always hovering near us, imagin'd, from his colour, that it might be some ill omen. ... He, after some fruitless attempts, at length, shot the Albatross, not doubting we should have a fair wind after it. Coleridge became interested in retelling Shelvocke's story, and Wordsworth suggested "Suppose you represent him as having killed one of these birds on entering the south sea, and the tutelary spirits of these regions take upon them to avenge the crime." By the time the trio finished their walk, the poem had taken shape. The poem also draws on legends of the Flying Dutchman and the Wandering Jew, who was forced to wander the Earth until Judgement Day for taunting Jesus on the day of the ...
  • Three Little Maids - High Desert Opera The Mikado Recorded July 17, 2010 Avalon Theater Grand Junction, Co Lyrics: Three little maids from school are we Pert as a school-girl well can be Filled to the brim with girlish glee Three little maids from school Everything is a source of fun Nobody's safe, for we care for none Life is a joke that's just begun Three little maids from school Three little maids who, all unwary Come from a ladies' seminary Freed from its genius tutelary Three little maids from school Three little maids from school One little maid is a bride, Yum-Yum Two little maids in attendance come Three little maids is the total sum Three little maids from school Three little maids from school From three little maids take one away Two little maids remain, and they Won't have to wait very long, they say Three little maids from school Three little maids from school Three little maids who, all unwary Come from a ladies' seminary Freed from its genius tutelary Three little maids from school Three little maids from school
  • Guardian Angel Song: Written & performed by: Timmy Baker (sandwichboy7) Instrument: Keyboard A guardian angel is an angel assigned to protect and guide a particular person. The concept of tutelary angels and their hierarchy was extensively developed in Christianity in the 5th century by Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite. The theology of angels, and tutelary spirits, has undergone many refinements since the 400s, and belief in both the eastern and western churches is that guardian angels protect whichever person to whom God assigns them, and present prayers to God on that person's behalf. The Roman Catholic Church's calendar of saints includes a memorial for the guardian angels on October 2. - Guardian Angel Prayer Angel of God, My Guardian Dear to whom God's love commits me here. Ever this day be at my side to light and guard and rule and guide. Amen.
  • Chamundeshwari Temple The Chamundeshwari Temple is located on the top of Chamundi Hills about 13 km from the palace city of Mysore in the state of Karnataka in India. The temple was named after Chamundeshwari or Durga, the fierce form of Shakti, a tutelary deity held in reverence for centuries by Mysore Maharajas.
  • First ever Sambalpuri Bhajan of Maa Pataneswari - "Pataneswari Koshaleswari" Xclusive Sambalpuri bhajan of Maa Pataneswari - The tutelary goddess of Kosal region (Western Orissa).....This song is sung by the versatile singer TAPU MISHRA...Music composed by Jayaprakash.....Audio rights & production by KOSHAL (MUSIC) PRODUCTION, RUGUDI PARA, BALANGIR........ Video is edited by Satyajit Pataneswari Temple is a 13th century shrine, located at Patnagarh, about 38 km from Balangir, in Balangir District of KOSAL (Western Orissa). It was built by Ramai Dev, the first Chauhan King of Dakhin Kosala. The presiding deity is Goddess Pataneswari, an incarnation of Goddess Durga. The Devi here is enshrined in the form of ten-armed Mahishasuramardini holding war weapons including sword and shields, bow and arrow, thunderbolt, a snake and a long trident. Another temples dedicated to Goddess Pataneswari are situated at Balangir & Sambalpur. "Om Sri Sri Pataneswari Devi Namah:" Goddess Pataneswari-The Adhisthatri devi of Balangir district (ex-patna state).
  • Knesset of Jesus won the debate. KhazaqYah is returning to the Church PT 1 Knesset of Jesus won the debate now I'm returning back to the Church. LOL! Yeah Right! On a real serious note, once truth has come how can one return back to his own vomit? The Oldest Greek Text Did not have IESOUS for the MessiYah's name but simply IU, You can view this at: Mathews Chapter 1:1 Reads as follows: βιβλοϲ γενεϲεωϲ ιυ χυ · ὑϊου δαδ ὑϊου 2αβρααμʼ αβρααμʼ ε ‾̷‾γενʼνηϲεν τον ϊ IU is the original Transliteration not IESOUS which latter was added just like "Lord, and God" was a substitution for YHWH and Elohiym. Since the Greek alphabet LACKED the necessary letters to transliterate the name properly there can be not proper transliteration from Hebrew to Greek of the Messiyah's name. Thus transliteration using IESOUS is not a Valid Transliteration which makes the name Yesus and/or Jesus also in valid. When one pronounces the name JESUS it is properly pronounced in the Late Latin as HEY ZEUS. Latins are sea people who are related to the Greek/Crete family of people. Zeus is their god and the King of the gods of the Greek Mythology. www.greek-islands.us Additionally, Esus (Aisunertos, Esunertos, Aisus, Aesus, Hesus) is a Gaulish god known from Gaulish and North African inscriptions. The most important image of this deity is that of a man chopping down a willow tree. He may be the tutelary deity of the Esuvii tribe of Gaul. Esus may be a god of the Celtic otherworld You can read about Esus at the following Links: www ...
  • A&G on Democracy In America by Alexis DeTocqueville 6-01-10 DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA Vol 1 & 2 - Read ebook PDF www2.hn.psu.edu _____________________________ DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA Vol 1 & 2 - Read Online ___________________________ Tocqueville's Discovery of America by Leo Damrosch (Search Amazon) _______________________________________________________ Above this race of men stands an immense and tutelary power, which takes upon itself alone to secure their gratifications and to watch over their fate. That power is absolute, minute, regular, provident, and mild. It would be like the authority of a parent if, like that authority, its object was to prepare men for manhood; but it seeks, on the contrary, to keep them in perpetual childhood: it is well content that the people should rejoice, provided they think of nothing but rejoicing. For their happiness such a government willingly labors, but it chooses to be the sole agent and the only arbiter of that happiness; it provides for their security, foresees and supplies their necessities, facilitates their pleasures, manages their principal concerns, directs their industry, regulates the descent of property, and subdivides their inheritances: what remains, but to spare them all the care of thinking and all the trouble of living? Thus it every day renders the exercise of the free agency of man less useful and less frequent; it circumscribes the will within a narrower range and gradually robs a man of all the uses of himself. The principle of ...
  • FOX RAVEL - Magic Magical Night - tutelary secondary Artist: nam5 Song name: tutelary secondary Album: Magic Magical Night Circle: FOX RAVEL Genre: Techno/Electronic Arrange of Marisa Kirisame's theme in Imperishable Night. This song is one of the 20 requested by listentotouhou, from random albums, so instead of the album cover, I put a picture of respective character depending on who's stage or boss theme it is.
  • TIME TUTELARY AUTOMATIC 1 WATCH WINDER TURNER NEW WHITE AMAZON A look at the watch winder from AMAZON
  • My thought about friendship (***) I will be your melodies to sing you to sleep every night I will be your assistance to help you everything in life I will be your tutelary genius to protect you I will be the star in the sky to shine you on your way. (*)Chorus: Oh, my best friends, you are the keys to take me into the door of the best things. Oh, my best friends, all the life I've had is still too short for our friendship. (***) I will be your melodies to sing you to sleep every night I will be your assistance to help you everything in life I will be your tutelary genius to protect you I will be the star in the sky to shine you on your way. (**)Ending: I always thanks the goodness for bringing me the best present is you...-my best friends
  • A Kite's Plight The kite video was shot in the back yard earlier this summer. I thought it a little sad to see the thing all tangled up on the electrical wires...too high to rescue. The wind made it do some, at times, emotive dancing and edgy movements...like it was trying to escape it's bonds. At times birds and airplanes can be seen flying freely overhead...like the kit wishes it could. The soundtrack music is an electronic/ambient piece I've been working on over the summer entitled Tutelary Authority. It combines shortwave radio recordings, synthesizer pads, Jazz bass, tubular chimes and percussion loops. The video and music seemed to have a similar feel. The sound can be considered background music for the video, or the video can be background visual for the music. Maybe neither are that interesting together or alone.
  • Cyclictic Connection to Signs,Symbols and Words Exacting words from the galaxy of stars and its'effect of the true end times of Daniel 12. After a 37 year study, these teachings reveal what jthe secret societies have done to deceive the public and yet it reveasl the awesome power and awareness of GOD's covenant with his presaged elect of Jacob! There's more to alert you to the truth!
  • Rain Water water everywhere.The poem may have been inspired by James Cook's second voyage of exploration (17721775) of the South Seas and the Pacific Ocean; Coleridge's tutor, William Wales, was the astronomer on Cook's flagship and had a strong relationship with Cook. On his second voyage, Cook plunged repeatedly below the Antarctic Circle to determine whether the fabled great southern continent existed.[citation needed] Critics have also opined that the poem may have been inspired by the voyage of Thomas James into the Arctic. "Some critics think that Coleridge drew upon James's account of hardship and lamentation in writing The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.[1] According to William Wordsworth, the poem was inspired while Coleridge, Wordsworth and Wordsworth's sister Dorothy were on a walking tour through the Quantock Hills in Somerset in the spring of 1798.[2] The discussion had turned to a book that Wordsworth was reading, A Voyage Round The World by Way of the Great South Sea (1726) by Captain George Shelvocke. In the book, a melancholy sailor, Simon Hatley, shoots a black albatross: We all observed, that we had not the sight of one fish of any kind, since we were come to the Southward of the streights of le Mair, nor one sea-bird, except a disconsolate black Albatross, who accompanied us for several days ..., till Hattley, (my second Captain) observing, in one of his melancholy fits, that this bird was always hovering near us, imagin'd, from his colour, that it might be ...
  • The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, part 3 According to Coleridge's friend William Wordsworth, the Rime of the Ancient Mariner was inspired while Coleridge, Wordsworth and Wordsworth's sister Dorothy were on a walking tour through the Quantock Hills in Somerset in the spring of 1798.The discussion had turned to a book that Wordsworth was reading, A Voyage Round The World by Way of the Great South Sea (1726), by Captain George Shelvocke. In the book, a melancholy sailor, Simon Hatley, shoots a black albatross: We all observed, that we had not the sight of one fish of any kind, since we were come to the Southward of the streights of le Mair, nor one sea-bird, except a disconsolate black Albatross, who accompanied us for several days ..., till Hattley, (my second Captain) observing, in one of his melancholy fits, that this bird was always hovering near us, imagin'd, from his colour, that it might be some ill omen. ... He, after some fruitless attempts, at length, shot the Albatross, not doubting we should have a fair wind after it. Coleridge became interested in retelling Shelvocke's story, and Wordsworth suggested "Suppose you represent him as having killed one of these birds on entering the south sea, and the tutelary spirits of these regions take upon them to avenge the crime." By the time the trio finished their walk, the poem had taken shape. The poem also draws on legends of the Flying Dutchman and the Wandering Jew, who was forced to wander the Earth until Judgement Day for taunting Jesus on the day of the ...
  • The Dalai Lama's demons Part1 The Dalai Lama's demons By FRANCE 24 (Text) / Capucine Henry and Nicolas Haque (video) Tibet's exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, is revered as a hero by his people and respected world-wide for his peaceful philosophy. Today, however, there are cracks at the heart of his community. A minority of Tibetans exiled in India, including monks, no longer believe in his leadership, and are shunned by their peers. France 24 correspondents Capucine Henry and Nicolas Haque take a closer look into the widening rift that threatens to tear apart the Tibetan people. In a hitherto peaceful village of Tibetan refugees in southern India, certain monks can no longer enter their monastery, and are banned from stores and public places, including hospitals. Their crime? Revering a god considered a demon by the Dalai Lama. The controversial Buddhist deity of Dorje Shugden lies at the heart of the conflict. Considered by some as an enlightened tutelary deity and by others as a malevolent force, it was labeled a demon by the Dalai Lama himelf. He made this clear last January, in a speech imbued with rare violence at a Tibetan university in Southern India. A historic speech "I have meditated and considered (my decision to put aside the Shugden) at length in my soul and spirit before coming to the right decision", he said. People have killed, lied, fought each other and set things alight in the name of this deity. These monks must be expelled from all monasteries. If they are not happy, you ...
  • Maa Mangala Bandana - Kosli Sambalpuri - Part 1 First ever Maa Mangala Stutee in Kosli Sambalpuri language..It's sambalpuri bhajan..Maa Mangala is regarded as one of the many form of Maa samaleswari , the tutelary godess of Western Orissa (Kosal) region... Singer- Satrughan Luhar Written by - Shantanu Purohit Music by - Ramesh Kumar Mahanand (music director of sambalpuri movie Bhukha) Produced by - Sudhir Acharya Directed by - Panini Pragyan
  • Maa Mangala Bandana - Kosli Sambalpuri - Part 3 First ever Maa Mangala Stutee in Kosli Sambalpuri language..It's sambalpuri bhajan..Maa Mangala is regarded as one of the many form of Maa samaleswari , the tutelary godess of Western Orissa (Kosal) region... Singer- Satrughan Luhar Written by - Shantanu Purohit Music by - Ramesh Kumar Mahanand (music director of sambalpuri movie Bhukha) Produced by - Sudhir Acharya Directed by - Panini Pragyan
  • My Response to your Baseless Arguments. This is my response to the stream of lies that have flooded my comment sections from Atheists and Anti- Christians.
  • Black hat dance of Bhutan The Black Hat dance is an elaborate ritual that took many days to perform in Tibet. The purpose of the ritual is to eliminate the obstacles, which in the individual are the afflictive emotions and misconceptions that cause sufferings. At the beginning of the dance, the Black Hat Dancers make symbolic offerings of Gold Libation (tea) to the lineage Lamas, Tutelary deities (different forms of the Buddha) and Dharmapalas (truth protectors), in order to please them and receive their blessings. As stated in the Vinaya, code of monastic ethics, the robes of ordination serve as a reminder that the person wearing them is fully ordained monk. Ina similar manner, the Black Hat costume is worn by some Tantric practitioners to maintain the clarity and pride of arising in the wrathful aspect of a tantric deity. This divine confidence or pride serves a special funtion for the exclusive path of Tantra. The Black Hat dancers apply protective substances on their cheeks and forehead which give them the wrathful appearance of wrath. They exhibit this fierce aspect in order to tame the minds of sentient beings afflicted by such negative emotions of hatred, greed, and ignorance. They are not motivated by anger, but by the supreme love and compassion. According to some sources, the Black Hat dance came into existence as certain tantric deities appeared to some practitioners in this form during invocation rituals. The Elder Jamyang Dakpa, a contemporary of His Holiness the Fifth Dalai Lama ...
  • The Dalai Lama's demons Part 2 The Dalai Lama's demons By FRANCE 24 (Text) / Capucine Henry and Nicolas Haque (video) Tibet's exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, is revered as a hero by his people and respected world-wide for his peaceful philosophy. Today, however, there are cracks at the heart of his community. A minority of Tibetans exiled in India, including monks, no longer believe in his leadership, and are shunned by their peers. France 24 correspondents Capucine Henry and Nicolas Haque take a closer look into the widening rift that threatens to tear apart the Tibetan people. In a hitherto peaceful village of Tibetan refugees in southern India, certain monks can no longer enter their monastery, and are banned from stores and public places, including hospitals. Their crime? Revering a god considered a demon by the Dalai Lama. The controversial Buddhist deity of Dorje Shugden lies at the heart of the conflict. Considered by some as an enlightened tutelary deity and by others as a malevolent force, it was labeled a demon by the Dalai Lama himelf. He made this clear last January, in a speech imbued with rare violence at a Tibetan university in Southern India. A historic speech "I have meditated and considered (my decision to put aside the Shugden) at length in my soul and spirit before coming to the right decision", he said. People have killed, lied, fought each other and set things alight in the name of this deity. These monks must be expelled from all monasteries. If they are not happy, you ...