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Cleopatra VII..la regina d’Egitto…   Leave a comment


 

 

 

Here are the list of Top 10 Things you might not know about Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt
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Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt
Cleopatra VII Philopator, known to history as simply ‘Cleopatra’ was the last active pharaoh of Ancient Egypt, only shortly survived by her son, Caesarion as pharaoh.
Born: October 69 BC, Alexandria, Egypt
Died: August 12, 31 BC, Alexandria, Egypt
Spouse: Mark Antony (m. 32 AD–30 AD), more
Children: Caesarion, Cleopatra Selene II, Alexander Helios, Ptolemy Philadelphus
Siblings: Ptolemy XIII Theos Philopator, Arsinoe IV of Egypt, Ptolemy XIV of Egypt, Berenice IV of Egypt, Cleopatra VI of Egypt
Parents: Ptolemy XII Auletes, Cleopatra V of Egypt
10. It’s unclear that Cleopatra died from an asp’s bite.
While death by snake bite wasn’t unheard of in Cleopatra’s time, it probably wasn’t the most effective method. She could have administered poison through a needle which could have been mistaken for an asp’s bite.
9. Cleopatra was most likely a Roman citizen.
Rome would often confer citizenship upon allied kings. Marcus Antonius could have bestowed citizenship upon Cleopatra if she didn’t have it already. Many of Cleopatra’s ancestors could have had citizenship as well and their citizenship would have passed to her.
8. Cleopatra was not friendly with Herod, King of Judea.
The same Herod that sought the baby Jesus, was in a constant power struggle with Cleopatra.
7. Cleopatra successfully expanded her kingdom.
While Caesar and Marcus Antonius granted her requests for new land, it was also in Rome’s best interest for Cleopatra to control local areas. Rome actively sought alliances with friendly kings to manage these areas with Rome’s interests in mind.
6. Cleopatra had four children–only one survived to adulthood.
Cleopatra’s first child was a son by Caesar. She also had twins, Alexander Helios and Cleopatra Selene, as well as another son, Ptolemy Philadelphos, all by Marcus Antonius. Cleopatra Selene eventually became the Queen of Mauretania.
5. Cleopatra was in Rome when Caesar was assassinated.
Romans were not particularly enthralled with Caesar’s relationship with Cleopatra and her visit probably provided the final impetus to remove Caesar.
4. Cleopatra murdered two of her siblings.
Cleopatra had Marcus Antonius kill her younger sister, Arsinoë IV when it became apparent that opposition forces were rallying around her. Her brothers, Ptolemy XIII and Ptolemy XIV, both ruled with her for a short time; however, Ptolemy XIII died in an ensuing battle while Cleopatra allegedly poisoned Ptolemy XIV after the birth of her son, Caesarion. While these actions seem brutal, this makes Cleopatra no different than any other ruler. For example, Octavian went on to murder Cleopatra’s son and Marcus Antonius’s son to ensure his own power.
3. Cleopatra was a writer; she wrote a medical treatise called, Cosmetics.
It may have been called Cosmetics, but this was no Cosmo article. It was a medical and pharmacological work including several remedies for hair loss and dandruff.
2. Cleopatra was a powerful and important woman; she didn’t need to “seduce” Caesar or Marcus Antonius.
There were many reasons why Caesar and Marcus Antonius had a sexual relationship with Cleopatra. First, political relations between Rome and Egypt went back generations–it was in both of their interests to maintain close relationships. Moreover, it was common for Caesar and Marcus Antonius to have liaisons with royal women; the only difference was that Cleopatra was not shy about the paternity of her children. After Caesar’s death, Cleopatra needed to maintain a close relationship with Marcus Antonius because he controlled the eastern Roman Empire, her geographical neighbor. Likewise, after Marcus Antonius lost control of this area, he had to rely on Cleopatra’s wealth and power.
1. Cleopatra was actually Cleopatra VII.
Whenever I think of the name Cleopatra, only one person comes to mind. However, there were six other Cleopatras before her, not including the original Cleopatra–Alexander the Great’s sister.
Source: http://blog.oup.com/2010/04/cleopatra/
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Top 10 things you might not know about Cleopatra
Top 10 things you might not know about Cleopatra
Top 10 things you might not know about Cleopatra

 

 

 

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Pubblicato 21 agosto 2016 da sorriso47 in spiritualità

Le persone vengono nella tua vita per una ragione…   Leave a comment


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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nudo di donna spirale

 

 

eva nel paradiso terrestre..

 

 

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Kamasutra piacere sacro

 

 

bonobos si baciano

 

 

LUIGI POPEO 5 PS VERDE

 

 

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Nature is my religion

 

 

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Michelangelo Pietà vaticana volto Gesù

 

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Mara Maddalena..la discepola..prediletta di Gesù  Jpeg

 

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CI CREDI ALL'AMORE A PRIMA VISTA

 

 

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Adamo Michelangelo

 

 

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bonobo Andrea

 

 

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Dopo i clamorosi successi di Blue’s e Oro, incenso e birra, l’artista torna con un disco altamente introspettivo, mentre vive un periodo di profonda depressione presso il suo ritiro diAvenza, e ciò diventa particolarmente evidente in canzoni quali Ridammi il sole e Povero Cristo, oppure con le più dure e spesso ironiche Un’orgia di anime perse, Il pelo nell’uovo (il cui testo è, per la prima volta, di Pasquale Panella), I frati e L’urlo. Quest’ultima è il brano che nell’estate del 1992 anticipò l’uscita dell’album[3]: si tratta di una cover di Karate degliEmperors, a sua volta riproposta da Santana come Everybody’s everything, con testo originale di Zucchero. Decisamente più dolci sono le note delle ballate It’s all right (la promessa),Miss Mary (le cui liriche sono firmate da Elvis Costello) ed Anna Solatia, caratterizzata da un tappeto sonoro, sul quale viene recitato il testo da Zucchero, la cui voce è trattata con effetti d’incisione ispirati alla Psichedelia. L’arpeggio di Anna Solatia verrà ripresa dallo stesso Zucchero anni più tardi per l’incisione di Sabor a ti, brano facente parte dell’album La sesión cubana. Infine da citare la particolare e quanto mai ambigua Pene e Miserere, che ha una parte di canto lirico, affidata a Luciano Pavarotti, poi sostituito, per gli spettacoli live, da Andrea Bocelli. Quest’ultimo brano, come raccontato ne Il suono della domenica – Il romanzo della mia vita, è il risultato di tre anni vissuti in una profonda depressione.

Prodotto ancora una volta da Corrado Rustici, Miserere è un album che segna una svolta nelle sonorità di Zucchero: sul tappeto soul e r&b vengono ricamati suoni sofisticati e molto ricercati, ottenuti anche attraverso l’impiego del personal computer. Il disco segna anche l’inizio di una collaborazione che continuerà nel tempo, quella con Pasquale Panella, che firma il testo di Il pelo nell’uovo.

L’album ha venduto 780.000 copie in Italia e 1.400.000 in Europa raggiungendo la prima posizione in classifica in Italia per 13 settimane e l’ottava i

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Salmo 118)  testo e musica di Kiko Arguello..fondatore del cammino..neocatecumenale

Signore tu mi scruti e mi conosci,

tu sai quando mi corico e mi alzo.

 Da lontano conosci i miei pensieri,

ti sono familiari i miei cammini.

Non è ancora sulla mia lingua la parola  e già tu Signore, la conosci tutta.

Fa Mi stringi alle spalle, mi attacchi di fronte

e nello stesso tempo  hai posto su di me la tua mano:

e questo è scienza misteriosa per me, scienza che non arrivo a capire

scienza così alta che io non comprendo.

MA DOVE ANDRÒ LONTANO DAL TUO SPIRITO,

MA DOVE DAL TUO VOLTO FUGGIRÒ?

Se salgo fino in cielo tu sei là,

SE SCENDO NELLA MORTE, LÀ TI TROVO.

MI STRINGI ALLE SPALLE, MI ATTACCHI DI FRONTE

e nello stesso tempo hai posto su di me la tua mano:

E questa è scienza misteriosa per me,

scienza che non arrivo a capire

Scienza così alta che io non comprendo.

 

Signore, tu mi scruti e mi conosci,

tu metti alla prova il mio cuore,

perché non percorra un cammino di doppiezza,

 

 

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Ancient sex..in Pompei…   Leave a comment


 

 

 

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La Villa dei Misteri, esempio mirabile di commistione tra villa d’otium e villa rustica, appartenuta forse alla famiglia degli Istacidii, fra le più importanti della Pompei di età augustea, è stata riaperta al pubblico il 20 marzo 2015. Gli interventi di restauro, finanziati con fondi ordinari della Soprintendenza Speciale per Pompei, Ercolano e Stabia per un importo di circa 900.000 euro, sono iniziati nel maggio del 2013 e hanno interessato tutti gli apparati decorativi, mosaici e pitture, degli oltre 70 ambienti in cui si articola la Villa. I lavori sono stati organizzati in lotti per consentire la visita del pubblico nelle aree non interessate dal cantiere, evitando così che un edificio tanto importante non fosse fruibile per un periodo molto lungo.
La conservazione delle pitture è stato il principale obiettivo degli interventi, pertanto si sono mantenuti gli ultimi strati di cera, che garantiscono nel tempo una buona aderenza dei pigmenti decoesi al supporto e lo difendono dall’ossidazione. I restauri hanno interessato anche il noto ciclo di pitture che ha reso famosa la Villa dei Misteri, sul quale in via innovativa è stata applicata una tecnologia d’avanguardia di pulitura mediante strumentazione laser.

 

Anno 79 dopo Cristo. Pompei. La grande Villa dei Misteri ospita molte persone. Tutti attorno alla grande mensa al chiarire del plenilunio. Dioniso bambino legge la pergamena che contiene i segreti tutti di un rito antico che viene da lontano. E nello spazio della sala, risuonante delle note dei musici, lei danza e si libera in un balletto ammaliante e superbo. E così all’ombra del Vesuvio la vita scorre usuale e dolce inondando la fantasia di soavi seduzioni.
Dalla raccolta di http://www.vesuvioweb.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientists ‘Confirm’ Life after Death Exists with Ground-Breaking Study   Leave a comment


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Death

 

New Study – People Experience Awareness – 3 Minutes After Death

According to some experts, consciousness tends to continue even when the heart of a person seems to stop. Death is said to be an unavoidable significance of life, though scientists are of the belief that they could have discovered some insight at the end of the tunnel. In a study of over 2,000 people, the British scientists haveconfirmed that thought continues after death and at the same time revealed substantial evidence of an out-of-the-body experience for a patient who had been declared dead by doctors.

The scientists believe that the brain tends to cease all activity, 30 seconds after the heart seems to stop pumping blood in the body and awareness tends to stop at that very time. However, research from the University of Southampton, suggest something else. According to the new study, people continue to experience awareness for around three minutes after death.

Head researcher, Dr Sam Parnia had commented that `contrary to perception, death is not a definite moment but a possibly reversible process which occurs after any severe illness or accident, causing the heart, lungs and brain to stop functioning. If attempts are made to reverse this procedure, it is considered as `cardiac arrest’. However if these attempts are not successful it is known as `death’

Experience Not of Awareness but Fear

From the 2,060 patients that had been interviewed from Austria, America and the UK for the study, who had lived after cardiac arrests, 40% stated that they were able to remember some form of awareness after being confirmed clinically dead.

Dr. Parnia had clarified the implication stating that `this suggests more people may have mental activity at first but then lose their memories after recovery, either owing to the effects of brain injury or sedative drugs on memory recall. Only 2% of the patients had described their experience of being stable with the feeling of anout-of-body experience, which is the consciousness one tends to feel almost totally aware of the surroundings after death.

About half of the respondents of the study stated that their experience was not one of awareness but fear. Probably the most substantial discovery of the study was that a 57 year old man was of the belief of being the first confirmed out-of-the-body experience in a patient.

Hallucination/Illusion – Occur Before Heart Stops/Restarted

On suffering from a cardiac arrest, the patient had revealed that he was able to recall what had taken place around him with strange precision after momentarily dying.Dr Parnia had commented that this is momentous since it is frequently presumed that the experiences with regards to death are possible hallucination or illusion which tends to occur before the heart stops or after the heart has been successfully restarted.

However it is not an experience matching with `real events when the heart is not beating. In this stage, the consciousness and the awareness seem to take place during the three minute span when there is no heartbeat.

This is paradoxical since the brain typically stops functioning within 20-30 seconds when the heart stops and does not resume again till the heart is revived. Moreover, in this case the detailed recollection of visual awareness was steady with verified events.

 

 

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