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This Thursday on Fieldstone Common we will speak with jeweler and curator Sarah Nehama about In Death Lamented, an exhibit about mourning jewelry.
Mourning jewels, tangible expressions of love and sorrow, are the focus of In Death Lamented on view at the Massachusetts Historical Society (MHS) through 31 January 2013. The exhibition features more than 80 objects representing some of the best examples of this type of jewelry. The jewelry included in the exhibition illustrates some of the most exemplary types, from early gold bands with death’s head iconography to bejeweled brooches and the intricately woven hairwork pieces of the Civil War era. Displayed within the larger context of the mourning rites that our New England ancestors brought with them, these relics attest to the basic human emotion of grief and the need to remain connected to those gone before. A full-color companion book, In Death Lamented: The Tradition of Anglo-American Mourning Jewelry features photographs and descriptions of all of the Nehama and MHS pieces, along with historical and stylistic backgrounds and essays pertaining to cultural practices around death and mourning in England and America. About the Guest Curator and Author Sarah Nehama is a designer/jeweler who works in precious metals and gemstones. She sells her work through galleries, at juried shows, and to private customers. Sarah has a degree in art history and studied jewelry making in Boston and New York. She is a collector of antique mourning and sentimental jewelry and currently resides in Boston.
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We at Death By DVD recently were asked by a fan why we never use the movies title as the name of our new episodes! Well, that's a great question. Ya see, Hank and Nash like to come up with something creative, and alluring, something that will drag you in and make you want to listen to an episode. For example, the classic fan favorite : "You And A Monkey Started Aids!" where the boys discussed the Quintin Dupieux film "Rubber"
Huh.. Alright, we get your point. WELL, on this episode of Death By DVD we're going to be discussing the classic 1974...Uhhhh...Uhmm.. Ah, just tune in!
This week on Death By DVD Hank and Nash discuss the wonderfully violent "Death WIsh" series and bring up great facts, like : Charles Bronson was one of the coolest men ever, and : Jughead is a rapist! I wonder how Betty and Veronica feel about that..
Stick around until the end of the show, where we will discuss Jeff Goldblum and his recent work of starting The Fourth Reich.
Millions of people through the ages have experienced a phenomenon call life after death. Today, thanks to Mr. Moody we know it as near death experience. I've experienced this mystery as well.
On my first show scheduled June 2, 2014 I will be telling you about my near death experience and what I experienced after death. I hope that you would listen in and or call in if you would like to share your experience.
The mystery of near-death experience is a highly discussed subject in our society. Many philosophies explaining the near-death experience would seem to be relative. When I was looking up the subject on the Internet, I was amazed to find so many theories and conjecture.
I would like to offer another explanation of the near-death experience based on my own past experiences and I put them into context that you can understand. I am going to explain to you what near death experience is and what near death experience is not.
There are alot of things we do not understand, because we view things from one-sidedness instead of looking at a situation from more than one angle. To understand what I am saying you must take on this mentality...
“Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth”
Despite being two highly trained weird-o horror-watchin'-monster-mad-men, this week on Death By DVD Hank and Nash return to talk about Netflix, FOR THE THIRD TIME! You know what that means?! That means they didn't put together any actual ideas for something of quality that they could discuss, so the boys will go through their accounts and rattle of nonsense.
If this write up doesn't appeal to you, don't feel bad. But just remember you're the reason why children get cancer.
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David Reis has been working with Dave LaPer for many years. LaPer has been chanelling "The Council" and he has left behind volumes of teachings that they have been dictating through him. This first segment we discuss the council's explanation of what is death? and how does that relate to What is life? The two most profound questions that life can offer.
A Question of Faith explores the intersection of science, religion, and the paranormal. Join hosts Kristina Rake, M.A. and Chuck Kennedy, Ph.D., R.N. as they discuss all facets of the paranormal, the spiritual, and the truly bizarre. This week's topic is Near Death Experiences.
What do we know about the afterlife based on studies of NDEs? How can experiments with paranormal investigation shed more light on the phenomenon? How can what we know about NDEs help us to "cross over" those spirits who find themselves Earth-bound? Can psychic mediums help the NDE transition? Join Kristina and Dr. Kennedy for an enlightening and lively discussion about these issues and many more.
Kristina Rake is a theologian and is in formation for the priesthood in the United States Old Catholic Church. She is also a very accurate psychic medium. She consults for paranormal teams around the world in matters of mediumship, remote viewing, demonology, the occult, and religion. Dr. Chuck Kennedy has his Ph.D. in neuroscience and is a registered Nurse who has worked in Hospice. He has been a paranormal investigator for over 40 years and is the inventor of several processes and pieces of equipment that have revolutionized the paranormal investigation and evidence review process. He can be reached at: www.ghostsofbranson.com
On this weeks lackluster episode of Death By DVD Hank and Nash discuss the first film in the "Cornetto and blood" trilogy, Shaun Of The Dead. In complete honesty, there isn't much to be said about the movie. It's absolutely hysterical, and despite the blood, guts, and zo-...well, you know. Those guys.. it's a charming, fun movie.
So, cheers to thirty minutes a pure slice of fried gold!