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   Ave Maria! Some say Christ never died. Some say the Apostles Hallucinated. Neither of these objections hold water. Ave Maria!
5 Aug 2008
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A worn out man that begins to hallucinate and gradually falls into complete insanity
1 Nov 2008
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Un décor somptueux, le Palais Hofburg de Vienne, une succession de scènes qui évoque la beauté, le raffinement et l’élégance de la capitale autrichienne. Luc petit a puisé ici encore la magie dans toutes les disciplines pour revisiter, à sa façon, les symboles et les traditions autrichiennes. Un moment hallucinant : l’envol d’un piano à queue, numéro spectaculaire que l’on doit au magicien et illusionniste de cabaret, Dani Lary Les spectateurs ont été subjugués !
4 Oct 2008
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City to city, dust to dust. Intersecting networks of veins of, past, present and future experiences ; biological , psychological, emotional , mathematical, internal and external, which form a vibrating dust that settle in collective and individual perception . In this city of dust , particles of space and time collide, no one ever sleeps, everyone always dreams. The central business district of the city of dust is where dreams , hallucinations, memory and experience meet. At the limits of perception and comprehension, reality crumbles and returns to the dust of the illusions from which it was formed ; the city of dust.
25 Aug 2008
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According to recent reports, Amy Winehouse may have been diagnosed as having brain damage from her drug use.? An insider told the UK's Sun that in addition to her crystal meth binges, the singer's 36-hour marijuana marathon caused symptoms similar to those associated with schizophrenia. Winehouse had allegedly overdosed two times, once in August 07 and then in July 08, causing hallucinations and multiple personality traits. With Labor Day weekend rocking super shopping sales, Hollywood's best were sure to line-up to dish-out their hard-earned dollars on Monday. Alongside friends, Rhianna stopped by Gucci on Rodeo Drive before grabbing a bite at Cafe Med. Hillary Duff paraded around Los Angeles all alone to buy some of her favorite must-haves from Urban Outfitters and a Beverly Hills giftshop. Plus, Cameron Diaz shopped at Barney's in the Home of the Rich and the Famous. And one of the most talked-about shopping sprees included Ashley Tisdale and her boy-toy of the moment. They jetted over to the Beverly Center to grab some kicks at Steve Madden. And some questionable shopping happened over the weekend with Lindsay Lohan. She wasn't missing work or ditching the gym to hit the stores, but this 22-year-old definitely did a No-No when she failed to show-up to her grandpa?s Long Island funeral.? Instead, Lohan opted to chill and sho with a guy friend in Soho. That's it for celeb news for now. I'm Dana Ward and we?ll see you next time on GetTheDaily****. Distributed by Tubemogul.
27 Jan 2010
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a ghost dances in the house of hallucinations during Shipwreck-08 at the Queen Mary in Long Beach on Halloween Night
25 May 2009
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Kalifornia: the 21st Century Babylonian Apocapolis... BioMedical CyberFascist State... a glitch in the digital hallucinations behind Technotropolis Walls... the flicker rate lulls you to sleep as the Kill-Bot Vampires Feast on your Electronic Soul Distributed by Tubemogul.
11 Dec 2008
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A teenaged muslim boy watches the gore of communal clashes on television. He starts feeling insecure and paranoid, as he realises that he can be butchered any day like the people of his community have been in these clashes. Its sets of a chain of dreamy hallucinations the boy goes through. At the end of these illusions, the boy realises that something he saw in his dream, exists in reality. He sets off looking for it. The film reaches its denouement with the boy finding the thing he saw in his dream, which blurs the distinction between real and unreal and traces the roots of this boy's paranoia in the society he lives in. Music Credits - Requiem for a Dream Video - Parzania
4 Feb 2009
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Jeff Gordon hallucinates at Texas Motor Speedway and SLOTCAR takes a hard look at the hotties of Wax 'Em Magazine's new crew.
26 Mar 2009
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What is Meth? Powder Methamphetamine, commonly called speed or crank, is a central nervous system stimulant that has a crystalline appearnce much like salt. It is often found in blocks or chunks that look like thick peanut butter brittle. Depending on the way it is made it can also be red, pink, yellow, green, or tan. It is produced in illegal clandestine laboratories which are covered more in detail in the sections labeled Meth Labs. The newest and more popular form of Methamphetamine is commonly referred to as “Ice”, “Shards”, or “Crystal”. It looks like tiny pieces of rock salt, crushed ice or small broken pieces of glass which is where it gets its name. It is more potent than the powder form of Methamphetamine and is often smoked to increase the effects of the high. Methamphetamine is a very addictive stimulant drug that affects the central nervous system. It is a Schedule II stimulant, which means it has a high potential for abuse and is available only through a prescription that cannot be refilled. However, its medical uses are limited and the doses prescribed are much lower than those typically abused. Most of the methamphetamine abused in this country comes from foreign or domestic superlabs, although it can also be made in small, illegal laboratories, where its production endangers the people in the labs, neighbors, and the environment. How is Methamphetamine Abused? Methamphetamine is a white, odorless, bitter-tasting crystalline powder that easily dissolves in water or alcohol and is taken orally, intranasally (snorting the powder), by needle injection, or by smoking. How Does Methamphetamine Affect the Brain? Methamphetamine increases the release of very high levels of the brain chemical dopamine, which is involved in motivation, the experience of pleasure, and motor function, and is a common mechanism of action for most drugs of abuse. Chronic methamphetamine abuse significantly changes how the brain functions. Noninvasive human brain imaging studies have shown alterations in the activity of the dopamine system that are associated with reduced motor performance and impaired verbal learning.1 Recent studies in chronic methamphetamine abusers have also revealed severe structural and functional changes in areas of the brain associated with emotion and memory, which may account for many of the emotional and cognitive problems observed in chronic methamphetamine abusers. Long-term methamphetamine abuse can also lead to addiction—a chronic, relapsing disease, characterized by compulsive drug seeking and use, and accompanied by chemical and molecular changes in the brain. Some of these changes persist long after methamphetamine abuse is stopped, and some reverse after sustained periods of abstinence (e.g., 2 years). What Other Adverse Effects Does Methamphetamine Have on Health? Taking even small amounts of methamphetamine can result in increased wakefulness, increased physical activity, decreased appetite, increased respiration, rapid heart rate, irregular heartbeat, increased blood pressure, and hyperthermia. Long-term methamphetamine abuse has many negative consequences, including extreme weight loss, severe dental problems, anxiety, confusion, insomnia, mood disturbances, and violent behavior. Chronic methamphetamine abusers can also display a number of psychotic features, including paranoia, visual and auditory hallucinations, and delusions (for example, the sensation of insects creeping under the skin). Also, transmission of HIV and hepatitis B and C can be consequences of methamphetamine abuse. Among abusers who inject the drug, HIV and other infectious diseases can be spread through contaminated needles, syringes, and other injection equipment that is used by more than one person. The intoxicating effects of methamphetamine, regardless of how it is taken, can also alter judgment and inhibition and lead people to engage in unsafe behaviors. Methamphetamine abuse may also worsen the progression of HIV and its consequences. Studies of methamphetamine abusers who are HIV p...
20 May 2009
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What is Meth? Powder Methamphetamine, commonly called speed or crank, is a central nervous system stimulant that has a crystalline appearnce much like salt. It is often found in blocks or chunks that look like thick peanut butter brittle. Depending on the way it is made it can also be red, pink, yellow, green, or tan. It is produced in illegal clandestine laboratories which are covered more in detail in the sections labeled Meth Labs. The newest and more popular form of Methamphetamine is commonly referred to as “Ice”, “Shards”, or “Crystal”. It looks like tiny pieces of rock salt, crushed ice or small broken pieces of glass which is where it gets its name. It is more potent than the powder form of Methamphetamine and is often smoked to increase the effects of the high. Methamphetamine is a very addictive stimulant drug that affects the central nervous system. It is a Schedule II stimulant, which means it has a high potential for abuse and is available only through a prescription that cannot be refilled. However, its medical uses are limited and the doses prescribed are much lower than those typically abused. Most of the methamphetamine abused in this country comes from foreign or domestic superlabs, although it can also be made in small, illegal laboratories, where its production endangers the people in the labs, neighbors, and the environment. How is Methamphetamine Abused? Methamphetamine is a white, odorless, bitter-tasting crystalline powder that easily dissolves in water or alcohol and is taken orally, intranasally (snorting the powder), by needle injection, or by smoking. How Does Methamphetamine Affect the Brain? Methamphetamine increases the release of very high levels of the brain chemical dopamine, which is involved in motivation, the experience of pleasure, and motor function, and is a common mechanism of action for most drugs of abuse. Chronic methamphetamine abuse significantly changes how the brain functions. Noninvasive human brain imaging studies have shown alterations in the activity of the dopamine system that are associated with reduced motor performance and impaired verbal learning.1 Recent studies in chronic methamphetamine abusers have also revealed severe structural and functional changes in areas of the brain associated with emotion and memory, which may account for many of the emotional and cognitive problems observed in chronic methamphetamine abusers. Long-term methamphetamine abuse can also lead to addiction—a chronic, relapsing disease, characterized by compulsive drug seeking and use, and accompanied by chemical and molecular changes in the brain. Some of these changes persist long after methamphetamine abuse is stopped, and some reverse after sustained periods of abstinence (e.g., 2 years). What Other Adverse Effects Does Methamphetamine Have on Health? Taking even small amounts of methamphetamine can result in increased wakefulness, increased physical activity, decreased appetite, increased respiration, rapid heart rate, irregular heartbeat, increased blood pressure, and hyperthermia. Long-term methamphetamine abuse has many negative consequences, including extreme weight loss, severe dental problems, anxiety, confusion, insomnia, mood disturbances, and violent behavior. Chronic methamphetamine abusers can also display a number of psychotic features, including paranoia, visual and auditory hallucinations, and delusions (for example, the sensation of insects creeping under the skin). Also, transmission of HIV and hepatitis B and C can be consequences of methamphetamine abuse. Among abusers who inject the drug, HIV and other infectious diseases can be spread through contaminated needles, syringes, and other injection equipment that is used by more than one person. The intoxicating effects of methamphetamine, regardless of how it is taken, can also alter judgment and inhibition and lead people to engage in unsafe behaviors. Methamphetamine abuse may also worsen the progression of HIV and its consequences. Studies of methamphetamine abusers who are HIV p...
22 May 2009
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*******www.musicaltales.fr NOUVELLE FANTASTIQUE Helena [livre audio] Voici le récit fantastique d'Helena et l'orchestre du monde des brouillards. Histoire fantastique, roman fantasy pour enfant et adultes, où se mèlent aventure, mystère, dragons, loups et chevaux.Ce livre audio fait parti des livres audios mis en musique et image, avec beaucoup de photos, dessins, artwork 3D et animation video. Venez découvrir ce monde fantastique avec cette pianiste virtuose confrontée à un univers de magie et de prophécie. HELENA et l'orchestre du monde des brouillards Dédié à Hélène Grimaud Chapitre 1 : LE VILLAGE de BUSSY "Laissez moi tranquille, je ne peux pas vous aider maintenant !" s'écrie Helena. Elle reprend ses esprits et regarde autour d'elle. Toute la classe de seconde du lycée Berlioz est comme figée autour d'elle dans une attitude d'étonnement et de consternation. Le premier à rire c'est Marc, comme d'habitude : "Ca y est, elle nous fait encore son délire…" Vincent acquiesce d'un rire sarcastique. "Lussier, Fréau, ça suffit maintenant" dit Madame Fringer, respectable professeur de Physique-Chimie qui est bien décidée à ne pas laisser s'installer le chaos dans sa classe. "Canta, qu'est-ce qui vous arrive encore ?" Helena est d'abord sans voix, toute à l'émotion de revenir à elle si brutalement. Et puis comment expliquer cet autre monde si étrange et ses hallucinations si réelles? Comment expliquer la prophétie, la forteresse noire, la croix de feu, le monde des brouillards et ces voix qui lui parlent et l'appellent au secours? "La voix de la pierre détruira son pouvoir", "la voix de la pierre détruira son pouvoir",cette phrase qu'elle entend en boucle jour et nuit, d'où vient-elle ? Comment expliquer ce qu'elle ne comprend pas elle-même ? "Ils ont raison, je dois être folle" pense-t-elle." Depuis la disparition de ses parents, plus rien ne fonctionne normalement. La vie était si simple et voici que maintenant tout est difficile. L'anxiété, ce mal invisible qui ronge de l'intérieur, a pris le contrôle de sa vie. "Où sont partis mes parents ? Pourquoi m'ont-ils laissée sans rien me dire ? Que leur est-il arrivé ? Comment vivre normalement, comme avant, alors que tout a changé ?" "Mademoiselle Canta, il me semble que je vous ai posé une question, est-ce que vous m'entendez ou je dois utiliser le langage des signes ?" Dit le professeur d'une voix traînante, en fermant les yeux pour mieux exprimer son mépris. Madame Fringer, du haut de son un mètre cinquante huit n'est pas femme à se laisser interrompre sans contre-attaquer. Nerveuse, d'une forte personnalité, frustrée de n'avoir pas eu d'enfant à elle, ses élèves sont ses substituts adoptifs, et puis attention, être professeur de Physique Chimie ce n'est pas n'importe quoi ! Helena déteste le sentiment de se sentir rougir, tous ces regards braqués sur elle, l'occasion de se divertir et de se sentir supérieur ne se rate pas lorsque l'on est en meute. "Je, je suis désolée, excusez-moi." "Est-ce que je peux reprendre mon cours ou est-ce qu'il faut que je vous fasse sortir ?" "C'est bon, ça va aller" "Très bien, donc, qui peut me dire l'impédance que je dois mettre en parallèle avec Z2 pour que le circuit soit accordé ? Lussier, vous qui faites le malin…"
4 Jun 2009
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*******www.musicaltales****/helena Fantasy Novel [audio book online] This is the very unique project of music composer Stephane Meer. It is a sort of free online manga with a strong music background and lots of pictures of dragons, wolves and fantasy characters. HELENA and the orchestra of the world of mist for Héléne Grimaud Stéphane MEER-April 16th, 2007 English Adaptation (Allan Wenger) Chapter 1 : THE VILLAGE OF BUSSY « Leave me alone ! I can’t help you now ! », Helena shouted. Then, coming to her senses, she looked around her. Her entire tenth grade class, as if frozen in place, was staring at her in utter amazement and consternation. The first to laugh, as usual, was Marc : Uh oh, she’s gone bananas again!” Vincent laughed sarcastically. Lussier, Fréau, that’s enough now!, said Mrs. Fringer, the stern physics and chemistry teacher, determined not to allow chaos to reign in her classroom. “Helena Canta, what’s the matter with you this time? Speechless at first, she is suddenly overcome with emotion. How could she explain this strange “other world” and her seemingly real hallucinations? How could she explain the prophecy, the black fortress, the burning cross, the world of mist and the voices that kept asking her for help? “The voice of the stone will destroy his power”…”The voice of the stone will destroy his power.”…those words that she heard non-stop both day and night. Where did they come from? How could she explain what she couldn’t understand herself? “They’re right. I must be crazy”, she thought. Ever since her parents disappeared, nothing seemed to be going right. Life had been so simple, and now, everything was so hard. Anxiety had invaded her inner being, taking control of her life. “Where did my parents go?” Why did they leave me without even a word ? How can I live the normal kind of life I used to live when everything has changed?” “Miss Canta, I asked you a question. Can you hear me, or do I have to use sign language?”, the teacher said scoldingly, closing her eyes to better reflect her anger. Barely taller than five feet, Mrs. Fringer was nevertheless not one to allow herself to be interrupted without counter attacking. She had a strong and nervous nature. Frustrated by the fact that she had never had children of her own, her students were all her surrogate offspring. And she was proud of her position as a chemistry and physics teacher. Helena hated being embarrassed and having everyone stare at her, and the feeling of being humiliated and laughed at by her classmates. “I…I’m sorry. Please excuse me.” May I continue my class now, or do I have to ask you to leave the room?” “No, I’ll be okay.” “Fine. Now, who can tell me the impedance I have to put in parallel to Z2 to balance the circuit? Lussier, you’re so clever…” Fantasy Novel [audio book online]
10 Jun 2009
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It is the near future. Astronaut Sam Bell is living on the far side of the moon, completing a three-year contract with Lunar Industries to mine Earth’s primary source of energy, Helium-3. It is a lonely job, made harder by a broken satellite that allows no live communications home. Taped messages are all Sam can send and receive. Thankfully, his time on the moon is nearly over, and Sam will be reunited with his wife, Tess, and their three-year-old daughter, Eve, in only a few short weeks. Finally, he will leave the isolation of “Sarang,” the moon base that has been his home for so long, and he will finally have someone to talk to beyond “Gerty,” the base’s well-intentioned, but rather uncomplicated computer. Suddenly, Sam’s health starts to deteriorate. Painful headaches, hallucinations and a lack of focus lead to an almost fatal accident on a routine drive on the moon in a lunar rover. While recuperating back at the base (with no memory of how he got there), Sam meets a younger, angrier version of himself, who claims to be there to fulfill the same three year contract Sam started all those years ago. Confined with what appears to be a clone of his earlier self, and with a “support crew” on its way to help put the base back into productive order, Sam is fighting the clock to discover what’s going on and where he fits into company plans. Moon is being released in UK cinemas on July 17th though Sony Pictures Releasing.
10 Jun 2009
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It is the near future. Astronaut Sam Bell (Sam Rockwell) is living on the far side of the moon, completing a three-year contract with Lunar Industries to mine Earths primary source of energy, Helium-3. It is a lonely job, made harder by a broken satellite that allows no live communications home. Taped messages are all Sam can send and receive. Thankfully, his time on the moon is nearly over, and Sam will be reunited with his wife, Tess, and their three-year-old daughter, Eve, in only a few short weeks. Finally, he will leave the isolation of Sarang, the moon base that has been his home for so long, and he will finally have someone to talk to beyond Gerty, the bases well-intentioned, but rather uncomplicated computer. Suddenly, Sams health starts to deteriorate. Painful headaches, hallucinations and a lack of focus lead to an almost fatal accident on a routine drive on the moon. While recuperating back at the base (with no memory of how he got there), Sam realises Lunar Industries may not have his best interests at heart, especially when he meets his replacement UK RELEASE: July 17th 2009.RUNNING TIME: 97mins CERTIFICATE: 15Follow us on twitter www.Twitter****/KentTV
2 Jul 2009
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It is the near future. Astronaut Sam Bell (Sam Rockwell) is living on the far side of the moon, completing a three-year contract with Lunar Industries to mine Earth’s primary source of energy, Helium-3. It is a lonely job, made harder by a broken satellite that allows no live communications home. Taped messages are all Sam can send and receive. Thankfully, his time on the moon is nearly over, and Sam will be reunited with his wife, Tess, and their three-year-old daughter, Eve, in only a few short weeks. Finally, he will leave the isolation of “Sarang,” the moon base that has been his home for so long, and he will finally have someone to talk to beyond “Gerty,” the base’s well-intentioned, but rather uncomplicated computer. Suddenly, Sam’s health starts to deteriorate. Painful headaches, hallucinations and a lack of focus lead to an almost fatal accident on a routine drive on the moon. While recuperating back at the base (with no memory of how he got there), Sam realises Lunar Industries may not have his best interests at heart, especially when he meets his replacement…
14 Jul 2009
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