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Agora

On Saturday, the 10th October, 2009
Agora

It is not perfect, but it is a big Spanish movie Some of them believe - and this way they have shown it in his comments in the same blog - that the negative criticism of the Spanish movies has an origin foreign to the quality of the movies: that if manias to the actors, that if the subsidies of González Sinde … Nothing more...
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Posted in Cine, Heterodoxy, singular Women | 126 Comments»

Mysterious Webs

On Saturday, the 19th September, 2009
Mysterious Webs

Web sites especially designed for the mystery Aurora Dorada La Golden Dawn or Aurora Dorada was a British esoteric order founded in 1888. Today there exist hereditary groups of the original order, like the Argentine branch. His web takes unpayable details as a mystical intro, one her order circular full house of Hebrew letters that they exploit on having set...
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The Tarot of Mantegna

On Tuesday, the 30th September, 2008
The Tarot of Mantegna

For centuries there assumed to Andrea Mantegna the responsibility of the Tarot that takes his name In the Louvre opened to him last Friday the exhibition dedicated to Mantegna, who say it is never the most important organized out of Italy. But it is not of the exhibition in himself himself about than he wanted to speak to them. Looking for things of...
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Posted in Heterodoxy, Painting | 4 Comments»

The Rolls of the Dead Sea will be in Internet

On Thursday, the 28th I Wither, 2008
The Rolls of the Dead Sea will be in Internet

900 rolls are digitized of found in 1947 taken Photo of The Country The Rolls of the Dead Sea are digitized and within a period of approximately two years they will be available in Internet. It is good news, because this way the absurd speculations will end on his content, some of which can be read in...
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San Baudelio de Berlanga

On Thursday, the 12th June, 2008
San Baudelio de Berlanga

Mozarabic chapel, XIth century horseshoe Arches (photo: wikipedia) The Mozarabic chapel of San Baudelio of Berlanga is one of the most unusual buildings of Spain. And it it is both from the architectural and symbolic point of view. On this one I recommend to them the reading of the chapter that Javier García Blanco dedicates to it in his book...
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Posted in Archaeology, Art, Heterodoxy | 2 Comments»

The devout woman Dolores

On Tuesday, the 15th April, 2008
The devout woman Dolores

Witch, heretic or a too liberal woman for his epoch? Goya. There was no remedy (1799) Maria de los Dolores López known as the devout woman Dolores, was condemned in Seville for the Inquisition on August 24, 1781. Although his parents were pious Christians, she did not continue his example and at the age of twelve it escaped already...
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Nicolás Notovich (and 3)

On Thursday, the 6th December, 2007
Nicolás Notovich (and 3)

The Notovich ordeals to his return of the India Monastery of Hemis. Photo: Wikipedia Viene of: Nicolás Notovich (2). The vie inconnue of Jesus Christ was published in 1894 and was a big success. Nevertheless, at once there appeared the detractors of the book, who were doubting the veracity of the gathered in him. In short...
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Posted in Heterodoxy, Hindu, Book, Personage | 2 Comments»


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