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"And so it is that we, as men, do not exist until we do; and then it is that we play with our world of existent things, and order and disorder them, and so it shall be that Non-existence shall take us back from Existence, and that nameless Spirituality shall return to Void, like a tired child home from a very wild circus."
STOCKHOLM, Sweden - A few dozen family and friends of Ingmar Bergman attended his funeral Saturday on the small Swedish island where he spent his final years — a low-key affair in keeping with the legendary filmmaker's wishes.Sat, August 18, 2007 - 7:20 PM permalink - 0 comments
Bergman was 89 when he died July 30 at his home on Faro.
Mourners gathered in the modest Faro Church, where Bergman's remains lay in a simple pine coffin flanked by red roses. There were no speeches. An organ and cello played Bach.
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Ingmar Bergman: 1918-2007
Ingmar Bergman, the Swedish director considered one of the most influential and acclaimed filmmakers of modern cinema, died at his home in Faro, Sweden, on Monday; he was 89. The death was announced by the Swedish news agency TT and confirmed by Bergman's daughter, Eva, and Astrid Soderbergh Widding, president of The Ingmar Bergman Foundation, though an official cause of death was not yet given. Nominated for nine Academy... read more
I will have lots more to say later. Just found out about this via posting at earth-dog.Sun, January 14, 2007 - 4:10 PM permalink - 0 comments
Film director Ingmar Bergman is buried (AP News) (blog entry) STOCKHOLM, Sweden - A few dozen family and friends of Ingmar Bergman attended his funeral Saturday on the small Swedish island where he spent his final years — a low-key affair in keeping with the legendary filmmaker's wishes.
Bergman was 89 w... read more
Ingmar Bergman: 1918-2007 (blog entry) 30 July 2007
Ingmar Bergman: 1918-2007
Ingmar Bergman, the Swedish director considered one of the most influential and acclaimed filmmakers of modern cinema, died at his home in Faro, Sweden, on Monday; he was 89. ... read more
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Mae Ploy ( local favorites » restaurants ) "Not cheap, but highest quality" I did not find them to be cheap. I only know the one at Sunset and Benton. I had a full meal including appetizers and 2 Singhas. The bill came to around $35, which is not exactly outrageous, but not what I'd call cheap either.
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recommendation posted on Sat, June 16, 2007 - 5:07 PM
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Kaivalya literally means "isolation", but like most Sanskrit words, used technically, this translation is misleading. In this sense it means emancipation, liberation, used interchangeably with moksha (liberation), which is the goal of Yoga. ( from en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yoga...njali#Text )
I'm new here... gradually filling in the blanks.
I wouldn't say Egolessness, per se, but a balancing of the material and the spiritual is required in our age. I don't want to go into excess of detail on this at present. At the present time, since the sum total of the energies of humanity are brimming in excess of materialistic and selfish concerns, a subsequent counterbalance of spiritual and unselfish energies are required to restore balance, thus averting the epic disaster we are presently spiraling downward toward.
I operate a small independant record company / design and film studio Theophany Records / Annunciation Studios www.theophanyrecords.com/ which is currently - somewhat - inactive.
One of my favorite original works, "Song Without Words" (a blues ballad in Bm9): www.theophanyrecords.com/1b-jam.mp3 Please pardon the mistakes, it's a demo
"Song Without Words" is surely relevant, again, one of my personal favorites. Another of my most relevant original works is my electronic / industrial / black metal group Theophany for Imbeciles' antiwar piece "This Is Not a Test": www.theophanyrecords.com/imbec...o3.mp3 (also a demo)
I've been dying to hear the new Tool album "10,000 Days"
I love the music, art and ideas of one Robert Fripp, founder of '60s acid Gods King Crimson. Saw Robert in a tiny venue in Memphis, TN this recent March (2006) performing his solo Soundscape material. Here is a track called "At The End of Time" which was recorded in a church in England at the start of the same tour, sometime around December '05: www.theophanyrecords.com/rf200...me.mp3 Much of Robert's material is available online at www.dgmlive.com/ including shows from this tour, free "tickles" are always offered (which is how I acquired this recording, thus, not a violation of "copyright" to post, but the whole concept of "copyright" is another I will rant about incessantly when Time permits).
I am a student of (former Scorpions guitarist) Uli Jon Roth. A brief mention under "recommendation", but will get back to this later.
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