Monthly Archives: December 2014

The Dramatic Arts, Film and the Destiny of Humanity (part 1) by Bradford Riley

Gwiz, wonder what all this actually is about

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100 Years of Eurythmy

Part ONE took up the Introduction to Eurythmy with an emphasis on the CONSONANTS. (CLICK LINK)

Part TWO-A took up a study in SATURN and Western Cosmology (Part TWO-A Completed click this link)

Part TWO–B of the Vowels (not completed)

Part THREE- This is – “Dramatic Arts, Film and the Destiny of Humanity” (part 1)

(part 2) of the Dramatic Arts (not completed)

“After every incarnation a new page is added to the Book of Life”  Rudolf Steiner 

Drama and Reincarnation

Three  harmonious film directors, Lana and Andy Wachowski, and Tom Tykwer

“Cloud Atlas” gives basic insights
into the workings of reincarnation
and karma. Here’s to hoping
that the next Wachowski
cinematic endeavor is a series
of films titled “Rudolf Steiner’s
Mystery Dramas.” (click link)

“So he keeps going, and ultimately he meets her again in the far future, and he gets to…

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Time heals all wounds but no Oppression: This Last Century

100 years laters

African Blood Siblings

Listen Seeker, I come in peace,

” . . . What you seen wasn’t no dust of changes rising. It was the dust of sameness settling.” — Sterling Plumpp

This may be the most disappointing post I could write.  Not for any violence, though I can write on violence; not for any abuses, though I can write on abuses; not for any villainy, though I can write on villainy: this may be the most disappointing because it’s a survey done one-hundred years ago that reads as if it were done yesterday.  One-hundred years of Oppression, the 20s, the 30s, the 40s, the 50s, the 60s, the 70s, the 80s!, the 90s!, the new millennium!, this last decade!!, one-hundred years of Oppression and no change!  African what more do you need to know?

In 1914, W. E. B. Du Bois asked four-thousand Africans from all walks of life,

  1. What is…

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The Empire of the City – The Unholy Trinity that Rules the World

Gwiz, credit to Jordan Maxwell for the heads up on this
and yes, we suspected something once we realised that this inner city “province” has its own private (commercial) police/security force

3cityobliskYes, The Vatican is “The City” of The Empire Of The City, you could just as well say, “The Empire of the Vatican.” Thru this tripartite union she fulfills every criterion of the Revelation to qualify as Mystery Babylon. You will also notice that “city” is singular in all instances, this is more an indication of proof with the contemporary use in the description: The Empire Of The City. Therefore we have three locations, if not the entire world, to fulfill all of the grandeur, evil and catastrophe applied to the city, Mystery Babylon: Little explanation is necessary when the required criteria are applied to the tripartite administrated New World Social-Economic Order of the Woman that rides the Beast. It would be impossible to apply all of these points to any one particular nation, even America.

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Interview with our Work Experience, Michael

Gwiz, Here’s how it is

Work Experience at Matrix

Each week we try and have a quick chat with our Work Experience students. This week we found out a little more about Michael who spent the week with us.

1. How did you first find out about the work experience programme and how did you apply?
I first heard about Matrix’s work experience programme through my careers adviser at school. It was clear from then that a work placement at Matrix is highly sought after and would be greatly beneficial in gaining an insight into the legal profession. Matrix has its own application system which I made use of – a process which was quick and straightforward. They were quick to respond, and I soon had a week booked in!

2. What made you apply to Matrix Chambers work experience programme?
Personally, I always knew I wanted to study law at university and go on to become a lawyer…

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