Thursday, June 7, 2007

The other look

Sometimes we gaze at things, sometimes we just pass by like as if nothing is there. We look after something that is in front of our eyes but it seems just not to be. Not untill someone mentions we never realize what things are the same or not.

Tuesday, May 29, 2007


There was darkness and light for me nothing but the agression came through and so I endured blackness with pain, I thought I was born to be never thought it would be changed. And so on I found you and you were the light you never brightened my life but made me love the black I was. I thanked god but the ferytale came to an end so soon who says they don't exist they do! they just come and go but when people have them they end up different. My Sentence was over by the time you came by but the vacation was gone too and I was left to fight for the things I should be and the destiny I shall have. From then on I became Pink and so I'm pink, ambitious, loving, luxury loving, empathy life, life of a puppet. I have it for its my destiny but I love it when I came to think about the black. Now I came to undrestand the theory of Black/Pink its the story of the prisoners set free, just as you know they let go but never set free like the sparrows of the time.

Saturday, May 19, 2007


"O man, whoever you are and wherever you come from, for I know you will come, I am Cyrus who won the Persians their empire. Do not therefore grudge me this little earth that covers my body." Cyrus

The Tomb of Cyrus the Great at Pasergad in Fars province, Iran, built in the sixth centruy B.C. The slanted roof is indicative of the ancestry of the Persians, who were one of the Aryan tribes that migrated to the Iranian Plateu from the stepps of northern and central Asia some time in the second millenium B.C.

Iranian rock carvers at work on the royal city of Persepolis (Takht-e-Jamshid) in Fars province

Horses of the modern Iranian army grazing at the foot of Mount Damavand in Mazandaran province in Northern Iran. The ancient Persians believed that Mount Damavand was where Zahak was imprisoned by their hero Farhad.

Winged bulls with human heads depicted in rock carvings at Persepolis. One can clearly see the artistic influence of the Persian's neighbors the Elamites and the Babolonians

Carved images of Persian soldiers at Persepolis. These were the soldiers who conquered half of the entire civilized world to establish the world's first true empire.

Cyrus the great

The founder of Human rights. This year 1386 is officially named the year of cyrus. Even cyrus now Lives not only in Persia but has even in australia. the Statue stands there.

Welcom to our blog!!! Enjoy

Do you feel what I feel ? See what I see ? Hear what I hear ?There is a line you must draw between your dream world and reality.Do you live my life or share the breath I breath?Lies feed your judgment of others. be hold how the blinds lead each others.THE PHILOSOPHERYou know so much about nothing at all.

The lyrics are taken of the album Death by chuck death.

Psychology of animal/human

Human beings despite all the scientific progresses still are of the mystery concerns. There are lots of Science fiction which tries to relate personalities destinies to individual icons. Many philosophers geniuses have got themselves into effort of solving or to some extent finding explanations on it. Symbols of months years animals have always been there to help people know more about themselves though they claim they already know much!

Bat – Seen only in the bat's wings given to the Devil, a symbol of the subterranean dwelling of the Devil and the underworld, hidden and repressed desires, and our shadow selves.

Bird – Birds represent freedom, inspiration, sometimes messengers related to the God/dess.

Bull – The symbol of Taurus, often seen on the King of Pentacles' throne, as well as one of the four astrological signs seen in the Wheel of Fortune and World cards. The bull stands for stability, strength, and power (and stubbornness).

Butterfly – Transformation, freedom, lightness of being.
Cat – In most decks, the cat only appears in the Queen of Wands card, and symbolizes sensuality, playfulness, passion, and grace (with perhaps a bit of hedonism and haughtiness mixed in). The cat shares many of the qualities of the lion, but is tamer and domesticated.
Dog – As seen in the Fool card, there are varying interpretations of the little white dog – some say he is a faithful companion, blindly following the Fool out of love, willing to go where ever the Fool goes – others that he is a messenger, trying to warn the Fool about the impending cliff. In the Moon card, the Dog symbolizes the forces of civilization and restraint, as opposed to the Wolf or Jackal (see below). These are the two extremes between which one must find the middle path.
Dove – The dove appears in the Ace of Cups, and is also possibly the bird in the Star. It is a messenger of peace and of eternal love.
Falcon – The Falcon can be seen in the Nine of Pentacles, and represents intellect and clear sight, swiftness and freedom. It is sometimes hooded and restrained in this card, to show that the woman in the card has chosen physical pleasures and abundance rather than independence and freedom.
Fish – The fish is a symbol of the element of water, and is also a symbol of Christianity and God's love.
Goat – The Goat is the symbol of Capricorn, and the Devil wears goats horns partly to symbolize the association of this card with Capricorn. The Goat is also associated with Pan, playfulness and trickster-like attributes, as well as perversity and black magic.
Horse – Horses are conveyances for the self, forces of nature or civilization that are harnessed, reined in and brought under control. The Knights all ride horses to show that they have harnessed the elements of their suit and are putting these energies to work in order to get somewhere.
Lion – The passionate, primal side of ourselves, our animal natures, as in the Strength card. In the context of court cards, a sign of nobility, pride, and courage. Also the symbol of Leo, seen in the Wheel of Fortune and World cards.
Rabbit – A symbol of fertility, usually seen in the Queen of Pentacles card.
Snake – A symbol of female wisdom and psychic abilities. The bringer of knowledge, as in the Garden of Eden. The snake swallowing its tale is a symbol of infinity and eternity – sometimes seen as the Magician's belt.
Wolf/Jackal – In the moon card, paired with the dog on either side of the central path. Represents our wild untamed nature, excesses of passion and uncontrolled emotion and desires. Violence and rapaciousness.

Sunday, May 13, 2007

Brighter days on the way to come

There are times when you've been hurt so badly

that you become certain the pain will never pass

but it does,

Sometimes because of your efforts, sometimes in spite of them

but always, always it goes away so hold on and know

that tomorrow will come and with each tomorrow it will be better.
Sue mitchel