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everlasting semp(er) always + -i- -i- + -ternus suffix of temporal adjs.; see eterne ) + -?lis -al 1

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Duchamp's bicycle wheel, in a sense as both the physical object and a reflection.
An image as a concept and abstraction; The image/object as a fact within the mirror of the concept...

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This performance represents a sort of proportional canon, a technique often employed in the Renaissance.
One melody is notated, and other voices are derived from that voice.
In this case the notated music a piece by Karlheinz Stockhausen for a female voice.

The work is called: 7 Antiphons (antiphon-counteracting the voice in Greek)
All antiphons begin with the exclamation O.
Each of the seven Antiphons is assigned to each of the seven rotations of the skull...

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There was neither non-existence nor existence then; there was neither the realm of space nor the sky which is beyond. What stirred? Where? -THE RIG VEDA

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A visual biography of a Dangerous idea!

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A voyer's journey, intercepting radio waves...

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The divine Buddha "Form" Yamantaka (Terminator of Death) and his stream of life (symbolized by the running water)-giving blessing to all beings.
Underneath the sound of the storm you hear a chant, that is believed to have the power to exorcise the human afflictions of anger, avarice, lust, and envy and transform them into creative wisdom.
There are three types of death spoken of in the Yamntaka Tantra : Outer death is the regular end of life, which is embodied by Yama, Lord of Death, who resides in the south, seven stories under the earth. The inner death is ignorance of the true nature of non-dual reality. Instinctive habitual grasping and aversion to objectively "real" objects and subjects arises from this ignorance. The secret death is dualistic appearance on the subtlest level of clear light mind and illusory body. With the practice of Yamantaka one overcomes those types of death and gains immortality as a Buddha.

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