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Chandra Lacombe - Linha Unificada - Brilho da Verdade

Brilho da Verdade (São Miguel)

Chegou na voz do vento,
venho para enunciar.
A tormenta desse tempo,
e ninguém queira duvidar.

Quem ainda esta dormindo,
na ilusão a se demorar.
Não da mais pra viver fugindo,
é preciso desapegar.

Aqui vai doer um pouco,
para a cura depurar.
Segue sofrendo o orgulhoso,
Que se recusa a se trabalhar.

Se a ordem é severa,
é para quem não se firmou.
Quando pensar é como vela,
a luz dissipa o terror.

É no comando de São Migue,
essa vitória acontecer.
Tudo que não reflete Deus,
aqui não vai mais se estender.

Com o brilho da verdade,
Divina estrela vem confirmar.
Que o amor e a bondade,
nessa esfera é que vão reinar.

Vôo do Beija Flor - Elisa Cristal

2x
Voo silencioso do mistério do amor
Fecho os olhos para ver aonde vou

2x
Voar pelo infinito daquilo que eu sou
(Desvendar/Mergulhar) o oceano interior

2x
Beija-flor me leva
Beija-flor desperta (em mim)


2x
Me leva nas águas deste rio encantador
Vale dourado do meu lindo beija-flor

2x
Voar neste azul, o sol a se pôr
Vento suave me traz o frescor

2x
Beija-flor me leva
Beija-flor desperta (em mim)

2x
Beija suave e faz abrir todas as pétalas desta flor
Brilho da mata que incendia o buscador

2x
Passarinho que me encanta, canta o canto do amor
Me leva para onde você for

2x
Beija-flor me leva
Beija-flor desperta (em mim)

Brahms : Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor, op. 25

1. Allegro  
2. Intermezzo: Allegro    
3. Andante con moto    
4. Rondo alla Zingarese: Presto

The last movement is SO good!

kain-morgenmeer:

John William Waterhouse - Sorceress

(via demoniality)

saveflowers1:

Art by Evelyn De Morgan (c 1880) - “The Angel of Death.”

(via demoniality)

Bach - The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I (Evgeni Koroliov)

pre-raphaelisme:

Paolo and Francesca da Rimini by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, 1867.

artandspirituality:

Jonathan Solter

artandspirituality:

guy aitchison

classically-sound:

Rachmaninov Vespers - 10 Resurrection of Christ (by VitaliyGR)

Happy Easter!!!

zombienormal:

The Six-Winged Seraph from “The Prophet,” (by Alexander Pushkin, 1905), Mikhail Vrubel, 1905.

Via.

(via trashymommarocks)

Fugue No. 24 in B minor, BWV 869, from Bach’s Well-tempered Clavier, Gulda pianist

scinerds:

Nazca Lines and Animals

The famous lines and animals carved into the Nazca Desert of Peru were made by hand in the simplest possible way: by systematically moving dark stones aside from the desired shape to reveal the lighter colored desert clay beneath. This process leaves the resulting figures, called geoglyphs, as a slight depression in the ground. Visibility is enhanced by the dark edges of the lines where the rocks are concentrated after removal (inset figures).

Lines were made over vast scales, some being as long as 9 mi (14 km). The animal outlines (biomorphs) are smaller, though still so large that they are best seen from the air. The humming bird is 886 ft (270 m) long and the spider about 164 ft (50 m) across. The geogyphs are registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and are strictly off limits to visitors, but some can be seen from a tower built especially to view them.

Geoglyphs were constructed by people of the Paracas and Nazca cultures. Modern dating suggests that the figures may have been built in stages over a period of time, perhaps between 200 BC and 700 AD. Composed of Cretaceous-Tertiary volcanics, the rocks were washed down from the Andes Mountains. Their relative darkness is partly the result of a coating of desert varnish formed over thousands of years. The underlying, hard pan, desert floor is tough and resistant to weathering. However, since the lines were first constructed, aeolian sediments have blanketed the area, somewhat altering the original color and contrast of the lines.

The picture at top shows archaeologist Katharina Schreiber inspecting the eye of a pelican. At right Schreiber and Renate Reiche are shown standing on one of the many long, straight lines. Renate and her sister Maria spent decades investigating, documenting and protecting the geoglyphs. - Dave Lynch