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Lord Troy - headstone (official audio)


Troy (Achilles Vs Boagrius) 4K

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Achilles is Shrouded in Myth as being demi-god but it is later clarified to not be the case .... implying no one had ever managed that before. Achilles vs. Boagrius.

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Blake Shelton - I Lived It (Official Music Video)

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Did ancient Troy really exist? - Einav Zamir Dembin

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When Homer’s Iliad was first written down in the eighth century BCE, the story of the Trojan war was already an old one. From existing oral tradition, audiences knew the tales of the long siege, the duels outside the city walls, and the trick that finally won the war. In the end, the city was burned to the ground, never to rise again. But had it ever existed? Einav Zamir Dembin investigates.

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This one took me a while. The reason why should be pretty obvious. Enjoy your adorable murderfest.

Troy may be a good movie (though I have my doubts) but it sure as hell isn't the Iliad.


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The 33 Strategies of War by Robert Greene summarized as succinctly as possible in this 24-min animation by yours truly, illacertus. I received an e-mail reply from Robert Greene after waiting an approximate three months since I sent my initial fan mail linking to these summaries, in which he says Thank You.

The art of war is to win without bloodshed or the use of force. (Otherwise) the minimum necessary use of violence.

Part I) Self-Directed Warfare
1) Declare War on Your Enemies
2) Do Not Fight the Last War
3) Do Not Lose Your Presence of Mind
4) Create a Sense of Urgency & Desperation

Part II) Organizational (Team) Warfare
5) Avoid The Snare of Groupthink
6) Segment Your Forces
7) Transform Your War into a Crusade

Part III) Defensive Warfare
8) Pick Your Battles
9) Turn the Tables
10) Create a Threatening Presence
11) Trade Space for Time

Part IV) Offensive Warfare
12) Lose The Battles But Win The War
13) Know Your Enemy
14) Overwhelm Resistance With Speed and Suddenness
15) Control the Dynamic
16) Hit Them Where it Hurts
17) Defeat Them in Detail
18) Expose and Attack Your Enemy's Soft Flank
19) Envelop The Enemy
20) Maneuver Them Into Weakness
21) Negotiate While Advancing
22) Know How To End Things

Part V) Unconventional (Dirty) War
23) Weave a Seamless Blend of Fact and Fiction
24) Take The Line of Least Expectation
25) Occupy the Moral High Ground
26) Deny Them Targets
27) Seem to Work for the Interests of Others
28) Give Your Rivals Enough Rope To Hang Themselves
29) Take Small Bites
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Beacon Lights of History, Volume 14: The New Era by John LORD Part 2/2 | Full Audio Book

Beacon Lights of History, Volume 14: The New Era by John LORD (1810 - 1894)
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00:00:00 - 20 - Sir Austen Henry Layard, Part 1
00:20:37 - 21 - Sir Austen Henry Layard, Part 2
00:40:12 - 22 - Sir Austen Henry Layard, Part 3
00:59:03 - 23 - Michael Faraday, Part 1
01:22:09 - 24 - Michael Faraday, Part 2
01:45:06 - 25 - Michael Faraday, Part 3
02:08:33 - 26 - Rudolf Virchow, Part 1
02:29:07 - 27 - Rudolf Virchow, Part 2
02:48:05 - 28 - Rudolf Virchow, Part 3

Volume 14 is a compilation of essays regarding accomplishments over the 50 years preceding the author's death in 1894. The editorial staff chose the people that they felt best exemplified Lord's criteria of being a historical force to represent the worlds of music, art, science and invention. Though not personally written by Lord, the book is attributed to him. - Summary by KHand

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Day 28 - Memory How To - Part 2 ; #5pmLive on 20th April,2020;

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நேற்று Memory பற்றிய Theories பார்த்தோம். கிட்டத்தட்ட வகுப்பில் இருந்த feel தான். இந்த தலைப்பை பற்றி யோசிக்கும்போது பேசாமல் விட்டு விடுவோமா என்றும் தோன்றியது. அப்படி ஒரு Heavy Subject ஆக தோன்றியது முதலில். முதலில் அப்படி தோன்றுபவை எல்லாம் பின் .. சாதாரணமாக மாற்றமடைந்து, அதற்கு பின் எழும்பும் அசாதாரண கேள்விகளில் இருக்கிறது பாடங்கள்.

இன்று Part 2. Memory யை Improve செய்ய, ஞாபகத்தில் வைக்க, மறந்து போகாமல் இருக்க, மறந்து போக ... என்று நிறைய எப்படி கேள்விகள். என்னால் இயன்றவரை இன்று பகிர்கிறேன்.

அடுத்த தலைமுறை நேற்று நிறைய கலந்து கொண்டதை கவனித்தேன். மகிழ்ச்சி. இன்று அடுத்த தலைமுறைக்கும், நமக்குமான நாள் ! ஒரு Paper Pencil அனைத்தும் எடுத்து வாருங்கள். கொஞ்சம் இந்த Memory யுடன் விளையாட வேண்டி இருக்கிறது. குழந்தைகளையும் பக்கத்தில் வைத்து கொள்ளுங்கள். நகைச்சுவையாக ஆனால் Serious ஆக ( ! ???????????? ) சில விஷயங்களை கற்க வேண்டி இருக்கிறது. Welcome all.

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Whiskey Myers - Stone (Official Audio)

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THE ILIAD by Homer (Part 1 of 2) - FULL AudioBook | Greatest Audio Books

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The Iliad (sometimes referred to as the Song of Ilion or Song of Ilium) is an epic poem in dactylic hexameters, traditionally attributed to Homer. Set during the Trojan War, the ten-year siege of the city of Troy (Ilium) by a coalition of Greek states, it tells of the battles and events during the weeks of a quarrel between King Agamemnon and the warrior Achilles.

Although the story covers only a few weeks in the final year of the war, the Iliad mentions or alludes to many of the Greek legends about the siege; the earlier events, such as the gathering of warriors for the siege, the cause of the war, and related concerns tend to appear near the beginning. Then the epic narrative takes up events prophesied for the future, such as Achilles' looming death and the sack of Troy, prefigured and alluded to more and more vividly, so that when it reaches an end, the poem has told a more or less complete tale of the Trojan War. The Iliad is paired with something of a sequel, the Odyssey, also attributed to Homer.

Along with the Odyssey, the Iliad is among the oldest extant works of Western literature, and its written version is usually dated to around the eighth century BC. In the modern vulgate (accepted version), the Iliad contains 15,693 lines; it is written in Homeric Greek, a literary amalgam of Ionic Greek and other dialects

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Chapter listing and START TIME:

01 -- The Quarrel between Achilles and Agamemnon -- 0:00
Read by: Joshua B. Christensen
02 -- Agammemnon's Dream -- 32:34
Read by: ML Cohen
03 -- Paris Challenges Menelaus -- 1:17:00
Read by: hefyd
04 -- A Quarrel in Olympus -- 1:41:12
Read by: hugh mac
05 -- The exploits of Diomed -- 2:09:46
Read by: Joshua B. Christensen
06 -- Hector and Andromache -- 2:56:10
Read by: Kirsten Ferreri
07 -- Hector and Ajax Fight -- 3:22:55
Read by: hugh mac
08 -- The Victory of the Trojans -- 3:47:05
Read by: Mark F. Smith
09 -- The Embassy to Achilles -- 4:21:10
Read by: Michael Hellein
10 -- Ulysses and Diomed go out as Spies -- 5:00:00
Read by: Anna Simon
11 -- Agamemnon's Day of Glory -- 5:31:34
Read by: Pete Darby
12 -- The Trojans Break the Wall -- 6:24:24
Read by: ML Cohen

Part 2 Chapter listing and length:
13 -- Neptune helps the Achaeans -- 00:41:19
14 -- Agamemnon Proposes that the Achaeans Should Sail Home -- 00:34:36
15 -- Apollo Heals Hector -- 00:48:49
16 -- Patroclus fights in the armor of Achilles -- 00:49:09
17 -- The Light around the Body of Patroclus -- 00:35:43
18 -- The Shield of Achilles -- 00:34:34
19 -- Achilles Goes Out to Fight -- 00:26:11
20 -- Achilles fights Aeneas -- 00:30:13
21 -- Achilles Drives the Trojans Back -- 00:36:39
22 -- The death of Hector -- 00:30:40
23 -- The Funeral Games of Patroclus -- 00:49:28
24 -- Priam Ransoms Hector's Body -- 00:44:04

The Achaeans (Ἀχαιοί) — aka the Hellenes (Greeks), Danaans (Δαναοί), and Argives (Ἀργεĩοι).

Ajax the Greater
Ajax the Lesser


The Trojan men
Agenor —
Sarpedon, son of Zeus
Glaucus, son of Hippolochus

The Trojan women
Hecuba (Ἑκάβη, Hekabe)
Helen (Ἑλένη)


The major deities:
Zeus (Neutral)
Hera (Achaeans)
Artemis (Trojans)
Apollo (Trojans)
Hades (Neutral)
Aphrodite (Trojans)
Ares (Trojans)
Athena (Achaeans)
Hermes (Neutral)
Poseidon (Achaeans)
Hephaestus (Neutral)

The minor deities:
Eris (Trojans)
Iris (Achaeans)
Thetis (Achaeans)
Leto (Trojans)
Proteus (Achaeans)
Scamander (Trojans)
Phobos (Trojans)
Deimos (Trojans)

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Lord Troy - headstone (official audio)

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Verse One
Could’ve been the best friend you ever had
But you wouldn’t let me
One foot out the door the keys in your hand
Why you always running?

You strung me along
Now the strings a mile long
Flowers at my door
But where were you before?
Always under attack
Talkin shit behind my back
While we hardly even speak anymore

An imaginary tightrope
Made me walk wearing a blindfold
You pushed me out the friend zone
and now we need a headstone

Verse Two
Couldn’t see the hurt hiding in my bones
Cuz your heart wasn’t in it
Right in front of you, but you were in your phone
All I needed was a minute

You strung me along
Now the stings a mile long
Flowers at my door
But where were you before?
Always under attack
talkin shit behind my back
While we hardly even speak anymore

An imaginary tightrope
Made me walk wearing a blindfold
You pushed me out the friend zone
and now we need a headstone

Why is this happening
Same old dance, but the partners seem to switch
Really it’s maddening
Claw myself out and dig another ditch


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Lord Troy - me + my anxiety (Official Audio)

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Wednesday19 5 quads release

Shelly Fruend works as a Physiotherapist, Yoga teacher and Clinical Somatic Educator. This is a 75 min class that focusses on less pressure on the wrists and releasing hip flexors and quads and activating Glut max, Enjoy!

God's Country

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Digital Editor: Brian David Willis
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Piano: Gordon Mote
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Guitar: Ilya Toshinsky
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The '''Goths''' were an East Germanic people, two of whose branches, the Visigoths and the Ostrogoths, played an important role in the fall of the Western Roman Empire and the emergence of Medieval Europe. The Goths dominated a vast area, which at its peak under the Germanic king Ermanaric and his sub-king Athanaric possibly extended all the way from the Danube to the Don, and from the Black Sea to the Baltic Sea. The Goths spoke the Gothic language, one of the extinct East Germanic languages, last spoken in Crimea in the 18th century by the Crimean Goths; the least-powerful, least-known, and almost paradoxically, the longest-lasting of the Gothic communities.
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Massacrator - Morbid Obsession [OFFICIAL]

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Red of the moon lights your tomb
Insanity attracted to

I'm sitting on your grave
A bloody song calling your name
You tell me to take you away
A black soul live all the eternity

I'm losing my control
Lust burning me inside!

Why are you so cold?
Don't you love me anymore?
Can you feel me inside your skin?
So peaceful lying down
So death but so alive
I want to feel your breath! - Calling me!

The darkness in your eyes
The fragance of your skin
I want to make you mine - Eternally!

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Beneath the horrid skin
Beyond your rotten flesh
I can't resist your lips!

The maggots coming out
I gently lick your breast
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Her spirit lives in me.

What's become of me?
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Mark Cousins - Where is Everyday Life? - Part 8

Lecture date: 2013-02-22

Friday Lecture Series

Mark Cousins' Friday lectures recommence by addressing the architectural and artistic use of the category ‘everyday life’ – a realm which seems immune to interpretation. The course seeks to show how the 'everyday' relates to the Cliché (the topic of last year’s lectures) and demonstrates that the phrase is imbued with philosophical presuppositions: it can mean the given, appearance or sometimes the concrete. 'Everyday' frequently involves the use of what the course represents as the 'imaginary'. This lecture series will continue its investigation of architecture and design from both the point of view of the cliché and the imaginary.

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The Goths (Gothic: Gut-þiuda; Latin: Gothi) were an East Germanic people, two of whose branches, the Visigoths and the Ostrogoths, played an important role in the fall of the Western Roman Empire through the long series of Gothic Wars and in the emergence of Medieval Europe. The Goths dominated a vast area, which at its peak under the Germanic king Ermanaric and his sub-king Athanaric possibly extended all the way from the Danube to the Don, and from the Black Sea to the Baltic Sea.The Goths spoke the Gothic language, one of the extinct East Germanic languages. It was last spoken in Crimea in the 17th century by the Crimean Goths.

Introduction to Orthi Petra

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