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The Role of the Zen Master

A Zen Master is the Priest, Pope and God of Zen Buddhism. He is a man and a teacher to all those who would learn about Zen Buddhism, but no authority stands above him once he has been raised to his position. He is a scholar, philosopher and ethicist whose …

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Top 10 Robert Altman Movies

Robert Altman thrilled audiences with movies that seemed real and alive. Here’s a quick list of ten of his best. “The Long Goodbye” adapted a hard-boiled detective novel by Raymond Chandler by updating it to 1973. Suddenly the noirish Philip Marlowe is reincarnated into 1970s everyman Elliot Gould – but …

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History and Evolvement of Santeria

This article presents as a newcomer’s primer on Afro-Cuban Orisha Worship and gives a brief history. It would be impossible demystify Santeria without touching upon its geographical and cultural origins. Orisha Worship originates with the Yoruba people of present day Nigeria, in Western Africa. The Yoruba people were one of …

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Judas Iscariot – Good guy

“That thou doest, doest quickly.” The final words spoken at the last supper from Christ to Judas.” Prophecy foretold that the lamb would be betrayed. The fulfillment of God’s plan is not always pretty. We read in the Old Testament of wars, of entire races or villages being destroyed. Whether …

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Leonardo Dicaprio Biography

Leonardo Wilhelm DiCaprio was born an only child to a German mother and a half Italian half German father. Leonardo was named after the famous painter Leonardo Da Vinci because his pregnant mother was looking at a Leonardo Da Vinci painting when he first kicked. Leonardo was born in Los …

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Finding your Path to self Realization

There is a big adjustment coming in terms of our Human and Spiritual evolution, where Mythology and Parables will again play a vital role in the process. As mentioned in part 1, when our usual systems of information discernment fail us you we I will turn back to something familiar …

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Movie Reviews Tombstone

If someone recommends Tombstone to you and the first, second and third reason for doing so are not all Doc Holiday then stop taking their opinion seriously. I can recall few films where there was such a pronounced disparity between the brilliance of one performance-in this case Val Kilmer playing …

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Canadian Actors

 Canadians have always left their mark on stage and screen. For two decades, Norma Shearer was one of the best known actresses in the world. Born in Montreal in 1902, she was successful in both silent films and talkies, both comedies and dramas. An Oscar winner, she is considered a …

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