1. A Highly Informative Q & A With Sheldan Nidle: Revelations Have Changed Our Future! March 24, 2015.mp4

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    You will love this interview! Sheldan Nidle and Alexandra Meadors share an informative review of some of the hottest topics reviewed by our online community. You will hear a concise recap of what is unfolding now, what was done to prompt these changes, and what we can look forward to. Sheldan and Alexandra are discussing the possibility of a monthly presentation on specific topics! Stay tuned! The views and opinions expressed herein are those of person(s) interviewed and do not necessarily reflect those of Alexandra Meadors and Galactic Connection.

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    • CLASH OF THE GODS (Hades) History Channel

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      Thousands of years ago, Myths were used to help frame the world of the ancients, and dictate the guidelines of their societies. Today, they are often the first stories we learn as children, iconic tales in which good and evil clash, and humanity and fantasy collide. But what is the reality behind these stories? From the epic tragedy of Medusa, Greek mythology's most infamous femme fatale, to Hercules, its greatest action hero, and Hades, master of the land of the dead and a god so feared no one would speak his name, explore these myths and the legendary figures who inspired them in CLASH OF THE GODS. Each episode connects ancient myths to actual historical events, as well as to events in the Bible and other cultures mythologies, gaining important historical insight from renowned scholars in search of the truth behind the legends.

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      • Medousa - a miniature opera

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        TEAM Medousa: Maya Sapone Perseus: Fernando Balsera Pita Cello: Carina Drury Flute: Eva Caballero Librettist: Jacek Ludwig Scarso Score: Devised collaboratively by the Company, based on Maya Sapone’s vocal improvisations Musical Supervisor: Andrew Morley Dramaturg: Rishi Trikha Movement Coach: Chiara D’Anna Costume Designer: Giovanni Gobbi Technical Manager: Drew Turner Concept and Direction: Jacek Ludwig Scarso Elastic Theatre revisits the myth of Medousa, in the company’s visually striking cross between dance-theatre and contemporary opera. It’s dusk. Having desecrated the temple of Athena in a lustful encounter with Poseidon, Medousa realises that by the end of that same night she is to be turned into a monstrous creature by the jealous goddess. As she awaits Athena’s revenge, foreboding her own body’s terrifying transformation, she foresees Perseus in search for her, determined to use her petrifying gaze as a weapon of his own. Yet the waiting is strangely exciting. As her punishment approaches, the prospect of the evil powers she is about to receive entices her increasingly. MEDOUSA’ s score is, unusually for opera, the product of a collaborative devising process explored through improvisation based on Jacek Ludwig Scarso’s original libretto. Officially launched at the Arts Arena conference held at the American University of Paris in March 2009, the piece premiered in August at Tete a Tete - The Opera Festival at Riverside Studios, and was also presented as part of a double bill with the company’s new dance-theatre work, The Passion of Saints Sergius and Bacchus. A site-specific version of the piece was uniquely created at the beautiful chapel of the Pave D’Orsay in Paris (October 2009), in collaboration with the Arts Arena and the Bilingual Acting Workshop. “Haunting…snakily neurotic…fabulously hot-blooded performance” The Times ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ “Imaginative…bursts of lyricism…an experiment worth pursuing“ The Daily Telegraph Supported by The Facility: Performance as Research and the HALE Department at London Metropolitan University. With thanks to Tete a Tete - The Opera Festival and the Arts Arena (American University of Paris).

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        • GALATEA_RESET Act 1

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          Recorded live in performance in September 2013, this opera for people and robots weaves the stories of Acis, a humble but handsome shepherd; Galatea, a beautiful nymph; and Polyphemus, a cyclops; together with that of Pygmalion, the artist who falls in love with his creation. Ever present is the goddess Venus, sometimes accompanied by two Cupids. Act One is set in ancient times, in a sacred grove.The robots Acis, Galatea, and Polyphemus are joined at the conclusion by baritone John McCarthy as the Voice of Fate, and a chorus: the Vox Populi. Maurice Wright and Rolf Lakaemper created the opera, and Sandra James created the sculptures that give personality to the robots.

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          • Cinematic Excrement 60: The Legend of Hercules

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            At least he's not in New York this time.

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            • Odin and Apollo III: Oidipous-- the Choice

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              Oidipous chooses Knowledge, just as Adam and Eve do in the story of the Serpent and the Garden, but in Oidipous’ story we understand much better why he chose as he did. Like Adam and Eve, Oidipous chooses to know. He chooses to know that the monster he conquered, the riddle he answered and the bliss he found were not real. He sees the real monster and the real riddle and his real condition, and he is ripped to shreds. He is destroyed, but because he chooses as he does, he becomes Pure and he becomes Holy. His choice has to be made naked, alone and striped of all illusion, and so it is a completely typical Corded Ware/Bell Beaker story, that could not have come from the earlier Neolithic or the later Bronze Age. In “Odin and Apollo V,” we will see Sigurd make exactly the same choice.

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              • What Are Old People For?

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                "The answer to that question takes us very deep into the broad stream of human experience. Aging is intrinsic to our humanity, part and parcel to our human nature. Yet our society is obsessed with denying and delaying the aging process. Come with me to explore why our society in particular has forgotten What Old People Are For." Dr. Bill Thomas speaking at NYU's Gallatin School, June 11, 2009

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                • Ikelos Traum

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                  First Part of the Trilogy "morpheus.frantic.polaroid" of which the second and third parts never have been realised. Shot drunk, stoned and hung over in Vienna in 2006 during the Soccer World Cup. The Soundtrack is supposed to be performed live, preferably in front of the screen (and an audience if provided) Funny. Loosly based on the sentence from Michael Köhlmeier's Book "Kalypso": "Ich bin Ikelos, ich forme mich zu jedem beliebigen Ungeheuer. Ich fülle, wenn es sein muß, den Horizont, bin weit hinten und ganz vorne gleichzeitig. Ich bin ein Fiebertraum." Cinematography, Directing: Felizian Stockinger & Xaver Schumacher Cast: Philipp Pichler & Xaver Schumacher (and the mysterious pink Burka Woman) Music: ism (Philipp Engel, Philipp Pichler, Felizian Stockinger) Editing and Post Production: Felizian Stockinger

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                  • Episode 9: Hercules In New York

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                    The first feature film starring the Governator. It's a miracle it wasn't also his last. *originally uploaded 8/6/10

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                    • GODS Dot Com - COMPLETE SEASON

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                      Forgotten greek gods try to make ends meet by running an internet start-up. Aphrodite throws all her chips in doing online porn, Athena tries her hand at sexy online dating and Zeus enjoys the outcome. Now you can binge watch the COMPLETE SEASON of GODS Dot Com in one crazy sitting. godsdotcom.net

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