Saturday, March 3, 2012

Exo stenahori kardia - mouxis kani ti zoi mou kolasi - REMOS LIVE



FIDE KOKSAL TURKISH - GLYKERIA - HEBREW



Elvis Presley 1968

Billie Jean Unplugged - Chris Cornell

Shut up and kiss me - Orianthi

Xryspa 2012

Se zitao - Mia pikra

Ellinas eimai - I am Greek

Mana mou Ellas - Glykeria - Mother Greece

Don't let the noise of others opinions drown your own inner voice - Steve Jobs


Act like a woman think like a man - Jennifer Hudson

;-)


Follow your heart


Astrologers have a reputation, which we ourselves and our forbears have propagated, of being able to foretell the future.  If you run a Google search for “Can astrology predict the future,” the very first article is from a well-known astrology site titled “Predicting the future with astrology.”
The hunger to know the future is not, of course, limited to astrology.  Climatologists, stockbrokers, economists – all are paid to predict the future.  All fail miserably.
In our personal lives we long to know the outcome of our personal situations.  As one client brilliantly wrote me in frustration that astrology could not provide a clear map for him, “It is difficult for me, who feels blind about many things in life, to see a possible path to the answers, and that I feel on the edge of great personal discoveries, without the ability to really obtain them.”  I have certainly experienced those same feelings, and for many years I studied every aspect of my life through an astrological lens, hoping to find a clue to the future.
It’s not possible to know the future because we are on a journey of self-discovery.  Religious people have a hard and fast belief system that tells them what their future holds, and for many that blind faith offers comfort.  I am a person that needs to experience things to believe them, and what I CAN tell you is that after over 30 years as a student and practitioner of astrology I have learned to really trust the planets.  The painful changes that we are forced to make under a Pluto transit can be seen through the eyes of hindsight as having been extremely beneficial.  The hardships of a Saturn/Sun conjunction are later seen as having developed great resilience.  If we pay close attention, we begin to see a pattern that each experience unfolds with purpose and leads to a future that we are more ready to face and embrace with trust.
This trust of the planets is echoed in a letter I received from a client a couple of years ago which I made the centerpiece of a blog post. The planets are only a reflection of the greater Wisdom of the Universe that supports and facilitates all life and all experiences.
For me, the observation of the planets on behavior, which after all is what astrology really is, has given me a closely personal experience of that Wisdom and a trust that the unseen celestial allies and teachers are guiding me through what sometimes seems to be a blind morass of decisions over which I have no control.  These teachers instruct from within – they are that voice that says “Follow your heart.  Do not be afraid.”  The voice  that we so often disregard and later realize was the correct one.  Whether you think of this voice as being from a god or from your spirit guides, or your guardian angel or your spirit allies – it is the voice of your higher self that is always with you, providing assistance along the path.
So when we feel that we are on a path that is twisting out of control, and feel blind and powerless to control the outcome, seek out that inner voice and see what it has to tell you. We are here to succeed on this journey and while we may make mistakes along the way, it’s the journey itself that provides the answers.


Read more: http://blog.beliefnet.com/astrologicalmusings/2012/02/sunday-inspiration-trusting-the-future.html#ixzz1o5MvqB4A

Revolution Revelation Reality Check


Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 22) — Scorpio is an emotional, fiery water sign, usually represented by a creature of the desert — the scorpion. But it’s a desert creature that resembles lots of critters that live underwater, as if the ocean dried out and the scorpion stayed behind. Note the contradictions: fiery water, ruled by a land creature. Of all the animals to have as your totem, the scorpion is by far the oddest of the lot, and we can be sure that the ancient masters of lore had a perverse sense of humor, or were keenly aware of human nature.
Scorpio is an odd hybrid, both a product — and an instigator — of evolution. In plain talk, that means growth. You tend to push the people around you. And you tend to feel pushed, both internally and by your circumstances. Your sign is associated with sex, deep commitment and death, and that’s what you remind people of, even if it’s on a subtle level (it’s probably not). This has an influence on the people around you, all of whom think you’re ‘intense’. You probably detest that word, and likely think that you’re normal and they are missing something. Maybe you don’t have a fever; maybe their body temperature is 88 F. Speaking of fevers, you need water, literally and figuratively; as emotional as this sign is, it can be mentally fixated (usually, on the psychology of others) and can appear to have trouble grounding in the realm of feelings. That’s a kind of illusion. You might cover your feelings, you might cover your vulnerability. But when you go deep, you really go. And when Scorpios get detached from the feeling realm, that’s when they can live up to their dangerous astrological reputation.
It’s vital that you not only think before you strike, but that you feel before you speak. Other people have feelings; you need to be reminded of this and spend time listening to the ones you care about. Express empathy as a conscious choice and invite people in with your famous capacity to keep a secret. This said, the passions of Scorpio are unparalleled, and people crave you as much as you crave them. Give them the space to desire you. Your sign is the one that rules over the sexual organs, deservedly so; it is also the sign associated with death and transformation. You love the idea and the experience of surrender perhaps a shade more than you love control. It’s healthy for you to let go; pay attention and you will figure out that jealousy is your best teacher. Scorpio is a fixed sign, of the element water, traditionally ruled by Mars, and in modern times by the potent antiplanet Pluto. To understand yourself better, study both of these planets. These days most astrologers forget (or pretend) that Mars isn’t involved. It is — and if you’re curious about astrology, start there.  http://planetwaves.net/pagetwo/scorpio/
Mercury stations retrograde on March 12
Vernal Equinox on March 20 – Sun enters Aries
Aries Point New Moon on March 22 — Ur Plu
Mercury Rx March 12 through April 4
Mars retrograde ends April 13
Venus retrograde starts May 5
Annular solar eclipse on May 20
Partial lunar eclipse on June 4
Venus transit of the Sun on June 5
Gemini New Moon on the Atlantis Point on June 19
Solstice on June 20 or 21
Uranus square Pluto June 24
Venus station direct on June 27







Friday, March 2, 2012

Zeimbekiko - Eksousia

Save the Sacred wolf from Human Ignorance !!!

SUCH HUMAN STUPIDITY

Crying to the Wind

In a wolf pack they ran together

blessed by The Great Spirit,

their souls locked and mated forever

Loyal hearts that none could sever.

None bothered and no trouble to see

as they ran wild on the wind free ...

Soul mates together for many a year,

their loyal hearts knew no fear.

How could their brave spirits know

one day an enemy would show ...

without heart or even much skill,

and her soul mate, man would kill.

It was by the bright of day ..

as their brave hearts tried to run away ...

Running fast,but their bodies tired

her mate was killed with one shot fired.

With only her around

his lifeless body lay on the ground ...

only his soft fur moved as a lone wind blew

by heart and instinct she knew ...

But she could not linger nor stay

for her own life, she must run away!

So with a pause and one look back

she ran on the wind and rejoined the pack.

Now she stands alone each night

and howls up to the moon's misty light ...

the soulful sound of her cries lingers on the wind,

then dies.

Pain cuts through her soul like a knife

for the mate she had taken for life.

Her spirit is broken ...

but she'll survive ...

The Great Spirit will keep her alive.

She still runs with the pack

but forever and always looks back

for a second she pauses ...

and waits always searching

for her lost soul mate.

By: (LadyBleaux)


The Jesus Family Tomb


The archaeological examination by robotic camera of an intact first century tomb in Jerusalem has revealed a set of limestone Jewish ossuaries or "bone boxes" that are engraved with a rare Greek inscription and a unique iconographic image that the scholars involved identify as distinctly Christian. The four-line Greek inscription on one ossuary refers to God "raising up" someone and a carved image found on an adjacent ossuary shows what appears to be a large fish with a human stick figure in its mouth, interpreted by the excavation team to be an image evoking the biblical story of Jonah.


In the earliest gospel materials the "sign of Jonah," as mentioned by Jesus, has been interpreted as a symbol of his resurrection. Jonah images in later "early" Christian art, such as images found in the Roman catacombs, are the most common motif found on tombs as a symbol of Christian resurrection hope. In contrast, the story of Jonah is not depicted in any first century Jewish art and iconographic images on ossuaries are extremely rare, given the prohibition within Judaism of making images of people or animals.
The tomb in question is dated prior to 70 CE, when ossuary use in Jerusalem ceased due to the Roman destruction of the city. Accordingly, if the markings are Christian as the scholars involved believe, the engravings represent -- by several centuries -- the earliest archaeological record of Christians ever found. The engravings were most likely made by some of Jesus' earliest followers, within decades of his death. Together, the inscription and the Jonah image testify to early Christian faith in resurrection. The tomb record thus predates the writing of the gospels.
The findings will be detailed in a preliminary report by James D. Tabor, professor and chair of religious studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, to be published online in www.bibleinterp.com on February 28, 2012.
"If anyone had claimed to find either a statement about resurrection or a Jonah image in a Jewish tomb of this period I would have said impossible -- until now," Tabor said. "Our team was in a kind of ecstatic disbelief, but the evidence was clearly before our eyes, causing us to revise our prior assumptions."
The findings and their interpretation are likely to be controversial, since most scholars are skeptical of any Christian archaeological remains from so early a period. Adding to the controversy is the tomb's close proximity to a second tomb, discovered in 1980. This tomb, dubbed by some "The Jesus Family Tomb," contained inscribed ossuaries that some scholars associate with Jesus and his family, including one that reads "Jesus, son of Joseph."
"Context is everything in archaeology," Tabor pointed out. "These two tombs, less than 200 feet apart, were part of an ancient estate, likely related to a rich family of the time. We chose to investigate this tomb because of its proximity to the so-called 'Jesus tomb,' not knowing if it would yield anything unusual."
The tomb containing the new discoveries is a modest sized, carefully carved rock cut cave tomb typical of Jerusalem in the period from 20 BCE until 70 CE.
The tomb was exposed in 1981 by builders and is currently several meters under the basement level of a modern condominium building in East Talpiot, a neighborhood of Jerusalem less than two miles south of the Old City. Archaeologists entered the tomb at the time, were able to briefly examine it and its ossuaries, take preliminary photographs, and remove one pot and an ossuary, before they were forced to leave by Orthodox religious groups who oppose excavation of Jewish tombs.

Finding your true passion

Chiron and Chariklo


Sun and Psyche: Find your faith in yourself
Posted on March 1, 2012 by Planet Waves
Note, here is the Small World Stories entry on Chariklo.

Have you ever been in a situation where, say, someone with a great deal of influence in your life was undermining your confidence? And did it occur to you that ultimately you were the one responsible for letting them act out your insecurity — and letting it affect you? It’s one possible illustration of how relational energy can play out, in this case suggested by a particular opposition in astrology. With any opposition, we perceive tension or conflict as being outside of ourselves, between us and another person. But really, if we ask the right questions, we can follow the thread into ourselves – and the answers we find may change the game.


There are actually several points in the mid-mutable signs. The Sun's exact aspects to Psyche and Chariklo bring out their nature.
The Pisces Sun is making an opposition to the asteroid Psyche in mid-Virgo. (This is also where retrograde Mars will also be in a few days; stop and think if you feel provoked.) Sun-Psyche speaks of a loss of faith in oneself – and perhaps the perception (ultimately false) that this faith cannot be reclaimed.

For example, it can be a dicey situation to allow yourself to be surrounded by insecure people even if you tend to be confident, because that choice of companions can begin to undermine your perception of yourself. Another permutation could be that a confident person who surrounds himself with insecure people is showing himself not to be confident at all, based on who he hangs out with. That is, the company he keeps tells a different story from the one he tells himself as being ‘a confident person’.

Extrapolate this into intimate, one-on-one relationships. If there is a deep, old wound to one’s sense of self, confidence or self-esteem, it can be easy for that to get played out in relationship after relationship. It becomes a pattern. And here’s where the Sun-Psyche opposition gets even more interesting: another minor planet called Chariklo is making a square from mid-Sagittarius to both Sun and Psyche. Chariklo in myth was the nymph-wife of the centaur Chiron. Though not a centaur herself, the astronomical body bearing her name is a centaur planet in deference to her relationship to Chiron. Chariklo was strikingly devoted, all through Chiron’s long phase of being wounded and subsequent choice to make a deal with the gods to transcend his suffering and die. One of the key themes of Chariklo in astrology is devotion.

So with Chariklo in aspect to a Sun-Psyche opposition, there is a question of what a person may be devoted to right now. And the fact that it is a square indicates a more internally-felt tension around this devotion, one that some sort of action may resolve. By any chance are you perpetuating a pattern that does not serve you? Maybe you’re devoted to a situation in which, once you’re able to recognize dysfunction and name it, you can start making decisions. With that, things may start looking — nd being — functional.

This same message is coming through a number of ways right now. For one, Venus opposite Saturn is asking us to consider how our relationships are structured and whether they serve us (or our partner). There is the question of your inner experience of the situation – and whether a shift in your conception or perception of the relationship is actually what needs to change. That could be all it takes to create the space needed to step out of codependency or rigidity and start living in a healthier relationship space. It’s about taking responsibility for yourself as you relate to another. First, you have to see how you relate to yourself.

Also note that Mercury is conjunct Vesta (Mercury enters Aries Friday, and the conjunction is exact Tuesday). Mercury and Vesta in Aries ask: What do you think you have to sacrifice? If the answer seems to be ‘your power’, ‘your self-determination’, ‘your confidence’ or anything along those lines, take a step back and reconsider. Be aware of all your interpersonal transactions in these days. There is the potential for some very solid ground



Thursday, March 1, 2012

Charlie Chaplin Wisdom

“My pain may be the reason for somebody's laugh.
But my laugh must never be the reason for somebody's pain.”
Charles Chaplin

“I do not have much patience with a thing of beauty that must be explained to be understood. If it does need additional interpretation by someone other than the creator, then I question whether it has fulfilled its purpose.”
Charles Chaplin

“Like everyone else I am what I am: an individual, unique and different, with a lineal history of ancestral promptings and urgings; a history of dreams, desires, and of special experiences, all of which I am the sum total.”
Charles Chaplin, My Autobiography  

http://silenthollywood.com/charleschaplin.html 


Merikes Fores


RIP - Davy Jones

Singer Davy Jones of The Monkees has died of a heart attack at 66, the medical examiner's office in Martin County, Fla., has confirmed to NBC News.
A statement issued by the medical examiner's office says that Jones complained Wednesday morning that he wasn't feeling well and was having trouble breathing. He was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. No suspicious circumstances surrounded his death, and his family has been notified. He is survived by his wife, Jessica, and four daughters.
The news was originally reported by TMZ.
Jones was most famous for his role in the pop group The Monkees, which was put together in 1965 for the TV show of the same name. With such hits as "Daydream Believer," "Last Train to Clarksville," "I'm a Believer," and "Pleasant Valley Sunday," and the "Monkees" theme song, the group sold more than 50 million records.

In 2008, Yahoo Music named Jones the top teen idol of all time
http://todayentertainment.today.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/02/29/10540912-monkees-star-davy-jones-dies-at-66


Melina Aslanidou unplugged in larisa


Our voice has a memory, it carries our wounds - Alexiou

“Our voice has a memory; it carries our wounds,” she said, as she calmly looked back on her life. “The kind of life I’ve had reflects the vast majority of Greeks. The way I grew up, the fact that I was born in the countryside, my mother’s Asia Minor heritage, my father’s Arvanitic roots. I know who I am. I was never a city kid, I know what it means to work in the fields even though I lived in Thebes until the age of 8. I know what it’s like having a mother who got up at four in the morning to work as a cleaning woman and who later on ran a grocery store in Athens and did absolutely everything and anything to raise her children. I know what it means to do well, to have your own money, to fight and not change neighborhood because the rent is 10 drachmas higher. No matter how far I go, no matter how much money I make, I have seen it all.” 

The kind of hardships she endured as a child and a teenager taught Alexiou how to cope.
“I remember my mother had moved to a small house she had built in Palaio Faliro in 1964. It was of the illegal kind, the kind of place erected overnight, before the elections. There were no windows, just a stove. Talk to me about a homeless man living in the cold and I have the scene in front of my eyes -- I know. I remember my cheeks freezing if I didn’t wear a cap, socks and gloves to go to sleep. But I also know that true happiness comes from very little,” she said.

Back in those days, when the neighborhood was her microcosm and comfort zone, Alexiou shared everyone’s problems and joys.
 “You shared your life. As the buildings grew taller, people split up. We forgot about our own lives and kept talking about the lives of others,” she said. 

Meanwhile, crises, they say, reduce distances.
 “The crisis has caused an unbelievable amount of justifiable panic. There is anger toward those governing our lives; no one trusts our politicians anymore,” she said before swiftly pointing out that the lower middle classes have managed to maintain some sort of safety net. “They are used to getting help from their parents, but when that money disappears, no one knows what will come next. Let’s hope something will happen. No one has the right to send an entire nation to the firing squad overnight.”




Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Afieromeno gia sena Mixalio - SAGAPO












What ravages of spirit conjured this temptuous rage?
Created you a monster; broken by the rule of love.
And fate has led you through it,
You do what you have to do.
Oh, and fate has led you through it,
You do what you have to do.
But I have the sense to recognize that I don't know how to let you go.

Every moment marked with apparitions of your soul.
I'm ever swiftly moving; trying to escape this desire.
The yearning to be near you,
I do what I have to do.
Oh, the yearning to be near you,
I do what I have to do.
And I have the sense to recognize that I don't know how to let you go.
I don't know how to let you go.

A glowing ember, burning hot, and burning slow.
Deep within I'm shaken by the violence of existing for only you.
I know I can't be with you,
I do what I have to do.
I know I can't be with you,
I do what I have to do.
And I have the sense to recognize that I don't know how to let you go.
I don't know how to let you go.
I don't know how to let you go



Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Stef Lang - Paper Doll - New Video Premier






Director Stephano Barberis 
Ok folks, here is the premier of my brand new video "Paper Doll" for Stef Lang. A great song by a great artist with a great message. Have at it.

Monday, February 27, 2012

Thelo na Ksehaso

Lessons of Saturn



  • Investigate Saturn's story. Saturn teaches and his lessons can last a lifetime, or, if you are so inclined, across many lifetimes. Under Saturn's influences, the astrological sign in Saturn and the house in which Saturn resides, you come to experience that your journey, however well-accompanied you are, is a solitary one, with your integrity and destiny at stake. When meditated on, you realize that this is not harsh news. Who besides you would you put in charge of your destiny?


  • 2

    Look to Saturn's role as teacher and make peace with his central emphasis. You must develop self-discipline. The areas in which that needs to be cultivated, where you will be most challenged, are determined by the personality of the sign in Saturn and the life areas addressed by the house where Saturn is situated. So, Saturn in Libra in the Seventh House will likely find you challenged to strike balance and find justice in intimate relationships


  • 3

    Assess your emotional life when it is at its nadir. Do you tend toward depression, especially in areas that are outlined by Saturn's position and sign? Is there a level of bleakness and lack of promise? These are areas through which Saturn is intent to guide you through toward what will invigorate you and bring you fulfillment


  • 4

    Interpret the meaning of Saturn in retrograde, which always emphasizes the opposite of what a planet teaches. Whereas Saturn teaches through experiences of negative self-esteem through which you must find integrity, Saturn retrograde will bring strength of character and steady emotional values in the areas addressed by Saturn's position and sign.


  • 5

    Ask yourself the hard questions. In what areas do you depend on others, rather than establishing an independent spirit? Where has lack of inner focus and drive caused repeated troubles and unhappiness in your life? In what ways do you find it difficult, if not impossible, to imagine and have faith in a more fulfilling future


  • Read more: How to Interpret the Meaning of Saturn in Karmic Astrology | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4549573_interpret-meaning-saturn-karmic-astrology.html#ixzz1nebhxi8w

    Saturn


    Saturn is moving backward slowly in Libra, 29, 28, degrees during Pisces time.  Saturn is the Grand Master, the Magician; Libra is the Alchemist!  That combo is hard to beat!  Those of you with planets in late degrees are still feeling the Reaper’s call for solutions, working in a timely way with others, sometimes alone and forlorn, sometimes overwhelmed by engagement needing to restore balance, sometimes achieving serious new ground.  Some of you will be feeling your age, youth or elder.  Many necessities of parenting are up:  being the role model, establishing responsibility, setting boundaries may take some effort and repetition, practice to work out details.  Respect and reality go hand in hand.  Accepting things the way they are, realizing what each of us is capable of at any given time, allowing others the grace of their own timing is a blessing.  This is not a time for one-upmanship or superiority that can create painful schisms, set people back into periods of recovery.  Sincere praise and gratitude can make such a difference, inspire a longing for further success, growth and change.  Let growth start as it will, perhaps just a mere twinkle of Spirit, a feeling of recognition.  Let people get used to their new shoes, slips and falls and all.  Oh, and give yourself some of that praise too!
    Jupiter continues in Taurus, 5 to 10 Degrees, during Pisces.  In its travel to the Light, it is steadfastly leaving a trail of blessings – generosity, patience, ethical solutions to important and simple matters.  It is inviting a centered peace based on our realizing our self-worth, opening to new perspectives valuing others.  Know if you are prone to panic, learn how to gently self soothe.  If it is yours, own it.  If not, go on your good way.  We are learning, day by day, and it’s sticking!
    Inner Meaning
    http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art55277.asp 
    The World card speaks of completion, of everything coming together in fruitation. It represents reaching the goal, completing the journey, the Fool finally reaches the end of the road and is whole and complete, ready for the next cycle. This is the last card of the 21 card Major Arcana. This is the card of dynamic balance, where all is right with the world, all is as it should be. Everything has come together, we are in the right place, doing the right thing, achieving what we have envisioned, and feeling fulfilled and complete. In this sense, the World card also heralds new beginnings that naturally emerge out of the completion cycle. 

    The World also signifies a happy frame of mind - a time when we feel whole, integrated and satisfied with ourselves and our lives. We seem to understand other people better, we see how everything around us is interconnected and we feel energized and desire to work in collaboration with others on meaningful tasks and projects. The motto for this card according to Mark McElroy is "And they lived happily ever after." This card can also represent a quick win - winning the lottery or a contest, for instance. 
    Card Number: 21
    Key Number: 32
    Rulership: Saturn or Earth
    Element: Earth
    Hebrew Letter: Tau
    Translation: Cross
    Numerical Value: 3 or 9
    Colors: Blue, Indigo, Black
    Gemstones: Lapis Lazuli
    Planet: Saturn
    Astrological: Capricorn
    Rune: Wunjo (Joy)

    Sunday, February 26, 2012

    Congratulations Alexander Payne


    Dynasty, Hawaiian Style

    ROBERT ZALLER
    The Greek-American director Alexander Payne ( Papadopoulos) has made a string of films that examine contemporary America with a merrily jaundiced eye. In Citizen Ruth, he concocted unlikely hilarity out of the story of an unwed girl seeking an abortion. In Election, he used high school culture to send up our adult political mores. In Sideways, he turned the road movie into a scalpel that dissected male bonding and alienation. This latter-day Preston Sturges, now 50, mocks with the best of humor, and masks a tragedian’s impulse in a satirist’s wit.
    Payne’s new film, The Descendants, begins like Citizen Ruth with a premise that’s anything but funny: A woman is thrown by a boating accident into an irreversible coma. We see the woman, Elizabeth, water-skiing off Waikiki beach before the opening credits roll, her face ecstatic with pleasure. It’s all the direct information we ever get about her, because she’s otherwise immobile in her hospital bed, or slowly curling up to die after her tubes are unplugged. 
    What we do learn from others is that she’s smart, willful, spoiled and dissatisfied— above all with her husband Matt (George Clooney), who’s plodding and stingy by her standards, especially since he’s descended from colonial-era Hawaiian royalty and sits on a fortune as the sole trustee of one of the islands’ last great private estates.