Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Lathos Agapes - Paparizou kai Theodoridou

Me tsakises me rimakses - Afieromeno

ΑΡΓΥΡΟΣ ΚΩΝΣΤΑΝΤΙΝΟΣ-ΔΙΚΗ ΜΟΥ ΓΙΝΕ - Be mine



Via Combusta is taking charge of our destiny

http://willowsweb.blogspot.ca/2012/11/saturn-in-scorpio-grounding-charge-and.html


"Scorpio is a sign, co-ruled by Mars and Pluto, that involves complex attractions. Mars is the planet of personal desire, attraction, and sexuality, while Pluto involves attractions of the soul, designed to draw us into deep (and sometimes hellish horrifying) processes of change and metamorphosis. Plutonic attractions catalyze a process that leaves us in an altered, yet ultimately stronger and more powerful, state, not the same as we once were. In Scorpio, we experience the interplay between personal will and transpersonal will, personal desire and transpersonal desire, what we want and what is wanted for and from and through us. 

Plutonic attractions are often both magnetic, drawing us like moth to flame, and repulsive. One side of the magnet attracts; the other repels. With Pluto involved, we experience both. There is an intricate interplay, and it doesn't take much to turn passionate love into passionate hate and vice versa. 

There is a theme with Scorpio and Pluto of being attracted to those we secretly (or not-so-secretly) hate. This attraction brings us into contact, again and again, with people and situations that disgust, horrify, and enrage...but also fascinate, titillate, and compel. We hate ourselves for being attracted, but it's difficult (though not impossible) to break away."

One of the great things about Saturn's almost three-year transit of Scorpio is: people are going to be able to break away. 

Saturn in Scorpio grounds the charge of the sign, and as a result, the cyclical, moth-to-flame attractions have less control. Those who are used to having that sexy, seductive, highly-charged pull at their disposal are going to find their drawing power limited. 

People are going to be able to extricate themselves. They just aren't going to be as attracted or transfixed. The old dramatic draws will no longer draw. The sticking points will no longer stick.

People fascinated by "the charge" will willingly stay stuck, but most are going to be looking for more substance (Saturn) than that type of attraction (Scorpio) has to offer. Extrication will take patience and effort, but people are going to be able to get out of orbits that have drawn them in against their wills previously. 

This includes astrologers' orbits. The re-jigging of mental pathways indicated by the current Mercury retrograde through Scorpio (November 6 - 26) is a boon for people who need to change their "astrological orbits," especially related to Mercurial paths through the world of internet astrology. 

The Sun and Mercury Rx are currently coming together in interior conjunction on the Scorpio North Node (exact November 17). This conjunction acts as a laser pointing the way to more fruitful and satisfying tracks in all areas of life, particularly mental/communicative/informational. To get there, we first have to break the charge and the pattern of the ingrained past, and Saturn is here to assist on that front.   

During the transit of Saturn through Scorpio, we're going to be confronted by the lesson that certain people just don't mix. We have to respect the friction and resistance apparent in interactions now and address this in the way we structure things. People at cross-purposes coming into unstructured contact with each other will be sending up sparks.  

It's sort of common sense. If you notice friction and resistance between two of your friends, don't make them co-Maids of Honour at your wedding unless you want the possibility of a hair-pulling slap fight looming over you on your blessed day. 

But with Scorpio, it's more complex than straight-up, overt dislike.

We're working with underlying, often hidden friction, charge, and anger coming up from the depths, which tell us in no uncertain terms that strong boundaries and limited contact are required in certain cases if we are to avoid the "powder keg" dynamics. 

Even those who are compatible will require solid boundaries and containment over the next couple years, or things can become combustible. Saturn is transiting an area of the zodiac referred to as the Via Combusta. This area between 15 degrees Libra and 15 degrees Scorpio, excluding 23 and 24 degrees Libra, is known as the burning path or combustible way. 



Magical Uluru



Ayers Rock is also known by its Aboriginal name 'Uluru'. It is a sacred part of Aboriginal creation mythology, or dreamtime - reality being a dream. Uluru is considered one of the great wonders of the world and one of Australia's most recognizable natural icons. Uluru is a large magnetic mound large not unlike Silbury Hill in England. It is located on a major planetary grid point much like the Great Pyramid in Egypt.
Ayers Rock is a large sandstone rock formation in central Australia, in the Northern Territory. It is located in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, 350 km southwest of Alice Springs at 25 degrees 20' 41" S 131 degrees 01' 57" E. It is the second-largest monolith in the world (after Mount Augustus, also in Australia), more than 318 m (986 ft) high and 8 km (5 miles) around. It also extends 2.5 km (1.5 miles) into the ground. It was described by explorer Ernest Giles in 1872 as "the remarkable pebble".'

Uluru is an inselberg, literally "island mountain", an isolated remnant left after the slow erosion of an original mountain range. Uluru is also often referred to as a monolith, although this is a somewhat ambiguous term because of its multiple meanings, and thus a word generally avoided by geologists. The remarkable feature of Uluru is its homogeneity and lack of jointing and parting at bedding surfaces, leading to the lack of development of scree slopes and soil. These characteristics led to its survival, while the surrounding rocks were eroded. For the purpose of mapping and describing the geological history of the area, geologists refer to the rock strata making up Uluru as the Mutitjulu Arkose, and it is one of many sedimentary formations filling the Amadeus Basin.
http://www.crystalinks.com/ayersrock.html


Seems God has an opinion too lolol


Gemini Lunar Eclipse ~ Power of LOVE

Monday, November 19, 2012

The Sessions - Helen Hunt



Byzantine Mahalades


In 1322, the Franciscan Simeon Simeonis met Rroma in Crete, in 1348 and 1362, we have writings about Czingarije in Serbia and in Croatia. Rroma stayed in the Balkan up to the Turkish invasions.
This by far doesn't mean that Rroma only appeared in the Byzantine Empire around that time. On the contrary, Rroma had already been there for quite a while. They most probably arrived in the Balkan, especially in Thrace, before the turn of the first millenium. How they arrived is by far not clear, but the most probable explanation is that they were deported together with the Armenians to those regions following the defeat of the Paulicians by the Byzantine forces. The name they were given, Athinganoi, corresponds to the one of a sect that was often associated, at least during Byzantine times, with the Paulicians.
One has to stress that there are many documents from the XIII and XIV the centuries which may refer to Rroma and their presence in various European countries. It is, unfortunately not easy to decide whether this is the case or not. We have chosen to refer to documents from which one can infer they refer to Gypsies. Many experts do think that when Rroma arrived in the Balkan and in nearby countries, many of them found work as blacksmiths as well as in other trades, that the autochthonous population needed the Rroma workers and their trades.  For that reason, most Rroma settled in those countries, built their houses, villages and Rroma quarters (mahalades) and stopped travelling.

Big Bang Theory Flash Mob



Sunday, November 18, 2012

Greek Romani Gypsies in Australia

In 1898 a group of 26 Greek-Romani people from Thessaly arrived in Largs Bay, South Australia and left a few days later on foot for the eastern colonies. These early migrants of Greek origin were among the reasons why the first racial legislation was introduced in South Australia followed by its enforcement through the Immigration Restriction Act of 1901. This incident was a catalyst for diplomatic relations between Greece and Australia.
The story behind these 26 early migrants and their exploits was first published in the Greek Australian magazine Parikia and has resurfaced once again as part of the continuing dialogue focused on managing the problem of mass immigration and the reception of asylum seekers into Australia.
The Greek-Romani migrant story begins back in Greece in 1897, when the Greeks lost a war against the Turks. The May 1898 truce between the two rival countries in Lamia created a wave of migrants forced to abandon their land and either migrate abroad or seek shelter in the then free Greek territories. Like many, the 26 Romani were also forced to leave their homes in the villages of Thessaly, flee to Volos and take a ship to Australia without a clue as to what the future would have in store for them.
Heeding the advice of merchants and ship-owners in Volos who told stories of a prosperous life in Australia, the Romani decided to give up whatever last funds they possessed in order to pay for their journey aboard the French steamer "Ville de la Giotat" on June 20, 1898. And this is where their adventures commence.
By mistake the 26 migrants landed in Adelaide instead of Sydney and soon became the centre of unpopular and negative attention. The local authorities were alarmed by the arrival of the unexpected, unwanted and dangerous newcomers clad in rags. Their entry into the country had not been authorized, a fact which soon ignited the racial flame against the coloured migrants that swept across the whole of Australia.
The local newspapers painted the arrival and appearance of the 26 Romani in the blackest of colours, while they also published their pictures. Special emphasis was put on the fact that these Romani were not of Greek origin, but rather born and raised in Greece with the only work known to them as that of tinkers. Their settling into the area attracted many visitors right from the very start; some gave them money, some made fun of them and others offered them clothes and food. Most of them, however, under the guidance of the mayor of Adelaide, began organizing a campaign to drive them out of the city. Even the Australian Ambassador of Greece visited the small settlement and was surprised to know that the 26 migrants could only speak Greek.

http://neoskosmos.com/news/en/gypsies-from-greece-2012


Ta logia tou Magga

Κεσάτια μωρέ βλάμη κι άμα δεν έχει δουλειά, δεν έχει αλισβερίσι
-Τι θα πει αλισβερίσι
-Καλαμπαλίκι μωρ αδερφέ
-Μας φώτισες
-Ε άμα δεν αντίζεσαι τα σέα και τα μέα, γίνου λαγός και πούλευε
-Μα τι γλώσσα είναι αυτή
-Αυτή αδερφέ μου είναι το ησπεράλντο, το λεξικό του μάγκα
Κι από ενθάδε κι εμπρός όλη η Ελλάδα θα ξηγιέται μ αυτό το βιολί
Και τώρα δώσε βάση για να φωτιστείς, να μη μείνεις στραβός:

Τις κυράδες λέω γοργόνες, και τους φίλους νταβατζήδες
Τα κορίτσα λέω τρυγόνες, τα μαστούρια τσαμπουκαλήδες
Το μηδέν το λέω τρίχες και το δάνειο λέω τράκα
Το εννόησες, λέω, μπήκες και τους τικιτάνγκ Mαρίκες
Ξέρω κι άλλα, αλλά στρι και κόβω ρόδα και σας κάνω τη κορόιδα

Σπλάχνο λέω τη γκόμενά μου και τη μάνα μου γριά μου
Το παρλάν λέω oμιλώντα, το παλτό Επαμεινώντα
Λέω τον πλούτο μπερεκέτι και την πιάτσα λέω κουρμπέτι
Το απών το λέω ερήμη, τ ακακαΐδι καρντερίμι
Ξέρω κι άλλα αλλά δεν τα σκάω μύτη και πουλεύω σαν σπουργίτι

Τον καπνό τον λέω ντουμάνι, τον γιατρό τον λέω αλμπάνη
Την κουβέντα λέω λίμα, τη στενή την λέω τμήμα
Το σιλάνς το λέω μόκο, τα ψιλά τα λέω μπαγιόκο
Τον καθρέφτη μπανιστήρι, το συνωστισμό κολλητήρι
Ξέρω κι άλλα από τέτοια φίνα, μάτσα και σας κάνω την μπεκάτσα

Τα μεράκια λέω νταλκάδες, τους κουτούς τους λέω χαλβάδες
Το θυμό τσαμπουκαλίκι, την αναποδιά μανίκι
Τη γιορτή καλαμπαλίκι, το κουράγιο ζοριλίκι
Το μαχαίρι λέω λάσο και το τρώω μπουζουριάζω
Τώρα πάω μονάχα σκάβω κερκινάδες κι απολάω σαπουνάδες
Τώρα πάω μονάχα σκάβω πατινάδα κι απολάω σαπουνάδα

Το ψωμί το λέω μπανιόκα και τη φτώχια λέω μουρμούρα
Την αλλήθωρη σορόκα και τη μπάζα λωβητούρα
Τους αθλητάς λέω μπεμπέδες, τους προσκόπους πιτσιρίκια
Τους δαντήδες κουραμπιέδες και τα γλέντια μερακλίκια
Τώρα στρίβω και τραβάω στη γειτονιά μου, να μην έβρω τον μπελά μου




Oldies but goodies





Signs of a Twin Flame Union

Seniorita

lol Hrithik and SRK lol