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Postthisisalsiit.com!!!!!!!????????????????

it redirected us to
1. MJHD.
2.Sony (Take note that Amy had stepdown as a MJHD admin and a GUY had step up to be the admin.)
3. 2012 site.
4. V for Vendetta (Thriller)
5. End Of Game.

and now
The Final Curtain
May, 2000, New York, New York

Are you prepared for the inevitable?
How do you want to be remembered?
What can you do about it?
The Final Curtain was a satirical concept that depicted the death care industry in an over-the-top and humorous way, hoping to provoking individuals to think about their feelings about life, death and burial in a new light -- before it's personally too late.
To Joey Skaggs, the death care industry is a giant corporate scam, exquisitely successful at commercializing death. Pre-need insurance, embalming services, open coffins, headstones, ground space, religious sanctity, and ancillary products are merchandized to con people into spending money under the premise that this is the right thing to do.
Using calculated public relations and marketing tactics, death care providers have elevated spiritual reverence in the funeral parlor to a high art. Their ploy is to appear to pay appropriate tribute to the dead, making a good show for the mourners. Ultimately, it's a waste of space and resources, and a burden to the natural environment at the financial and emotional expense of their clients.

In 1998, Skaggs put together an international team of volunteer writers, artists, and designers to create
The Final Curtain , a Web site purporting to represent a voracious real estate development company, featuring a Disney-like memorial theme park and mall which included a traveling time share program for the deceased.
The Final Curtain catered to creative individuals (visual artists, poets, performers, etc.) who wanted to construct their own iconoclastic, irreverent, and/or humorous monuments, mausoleums, and urns.
Planned to be franchised in major metropolitan cities around the world and open to the public, the parks would be a haven for those who wished to be free of the shackles of the current death-care industry's morbid grip on life's passing.
The Final Curtain memorial theme park concept was so outrageous, yet so plausible, that it was widely reported in newspapers, magazines, on television, radio, and on the Internet. It was immediately accepted by the public as a reality without question. People both embraced and attacked it.
Venture capitalists expressed interest in investing. A corporation threatened legal action for trademark infringement. The States of Colorado and New Jersey threatened investigation into the illegal sales of securities on the Internet. Television and Hollywood movies were proposed. And artists submitted burial concepts hoping to be selected by the company for a free grave site.
Joey Skaggs perpetuated the virtual burial business by setting up a bogus office with a telephone and an answering machine and responding to the barrage of requests for interviews. The fact that he played all the parts of the company's executives, i.e., Michael Varley, Managing Director; Stuart MacLelland, Marketing Director; and Paul Corey, Associate Marketing Director, during interviews, never crossed a single journalist's mind.
When he talked about the artist-designed adventure rides such as the "roller coaster of life and death," or the interactive playgrounds where children could frolic on artists' gravesites, or the shops that sold mausoleum replica key chains and coffee mugs, they all bought it.
Funeral directors who contacted the Final Curtain were all for it. They oozed delight that at last big investment money was helping to merge the death care industry into the entertainment world.
Skaggs always leaves clues in his performances. In this case, his own monument, mounted in the Monument Gallery, under the name of Joseph Sullivan, was a screen animation of Skaggs morphing from flesh to bone, with a worm crawling in one eye and out of his mouth.
Documentation (An expanded list of news coverage can be found in the Company section of
The Final Curtain )
Hook:

Final Curtain Press Release, Page 1
Final Curtain Press Release, Page 2
2nd Final Curtain Press Release, Page 1
2nd Final Curtain Press Release, Page 2
Line:

LA Times, October 11, 1999
Letter from Uncle Milton's Ant Farm Attorney, October 13, 1999
Landscape Architecture Magazine Cover, January, 2000
Landscape Architecture Article, January 2000
The Post & Courier, October 24, 1999, Page 1
The Post & Courier, October 24, 1999, Page 2
Yahoo Internet Life Magazine Cover, February 2000
Yahoo Internet Life Magazine Article, February 2000
Eye Magazine Cover, January/February 2000
Eye Magazine Article, January/February 2000
Mother Jones Magazine Direct Mail Promotion, April 2000
Mother Jones Magazine Article, April 2000
Washington Times, December 13, 1999
Boston Herald, October 17, 1999
New York Daily News, May 14, 2000
Daily Telegraph, UK, December 8, 1999, Page 1
Daily Telegraph, UK, December 8, 1999, Page 2
The Scottsman, UK, January 7, 2000, Page 1
The Scottsman, UK, January 7, 2000, Page 2
Letter from State of Colorado Division of Securities, December 3, 1999, Page 1
Letter from State of Colorado Division of Securities, December 3, 1999, Page 2
Letter from State of New Jersey, Department of Law and Public Safety, December 28, 1999, Page 1
Letter from State of New Jersey, Department of Law and Public Safety, December 28, 1999, Page 2
Response to State of New Jersey, Department of Law and Public Safety, January 11, 2000 The same response went to the State of Colorado
Sinker:

Final Curtain Expose Press Release, Page 1
Final Curtain Expose Press Release, Page 2
Final Curtain Expose Press Release, Page 3
Final Curtain Expose Press Release, Page 4
Wired.com, May 19, 2000
Seattle Weekly, May 24, 2000
LA Weekly, May 24, 2000
Salon.com, May 31, 2000




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Re: thisisalsiit.com!!!!!!!????????????????
Post on Sat Nov 07, 2009 11:07 pm by jenn77
What the heck is this about?????? Do you know anything else about this at the moment?? I'll go check mjkit forum.
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Re: thisisalsiit.com!!!!!!!????????????????
Post on Sun Nov 08, 2009 2:12 am by Admin
It rediected us to
1. MJHD
2 this is it movie [url=http://www.thisisit-movie.com/]http://www.thisisit-movie.com/[/url]
3. 2012
4. V for Vendetta
5. End Game (Alex Jones)
6. Final curtain
and now
7. Liberian girl


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Re: thisisalsiit.com!!!!!!!????????????????
Post on Mon Nov 09, 2009 6:00 am by amyconell
now its redirecting us to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNsSn6D3CP4

so now its

1. MJHD
2 this is it movie [url=http://www.thisisit-movie.com/]http://www.thisisit-movie.com/[/url]
3. 2012
4. V for Vendetta
5. End Game (Alex Jones)
6. Final curtain
7. Liberian girl
8. Truth vs mainsteam Media


IT IS NOW SHOWING SOMETHING FROM YOUTUBE 9/11.ANOTHER THIS SITE [url=http://www.FINALCURTAIN.COM]WWW.FINALCURTAIN.COM[/url]

Joey Skaggs developed Final Curtain to make a point.
Joey Skaggs is Jonell Star Joe Skaggs.
He is Joseph Sullivan (LA Times)
He is Stuart MacLelland (Mktg.Director)
He is Paul Corey (Co, Spokesman).

Final Curtain was developed to draw attention(not to make money):
1) media's wicked ways
2) death industry

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Re: thisisalsiit.com!!!!!!!????????????????
Post on Mon Nov 09, 2009 10:30 pm by Admin
Jonell Star from Youtube who makes the Death Hoax videos is Joey Skaggs Hoax is his art. Here's the link link http://joeyskaggs.com/html/retsub.html
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Re: thisisalsiit.com!!!!!!!????????????????
Post on Wed Nov 11, 2009 1:34 am by Admin
todat its redirecting us to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faked_death
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Re: thisisalsiit.com!!!!!!!????????????????
Post on Wed Nov 11, 2009 6:07 am by amyconell
god if someone is playing with us its realy bad and if these r clues
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Re: thisisalsiit.com!!!!!!!????????????????
Post on Thu Nov 12, 2009 10:26 pm by Admin
it is re directing us to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Performance_art

Performance art is art in which the actions of an individual or a group at a particular place and in a particular time constitute the work. It can happen anywhere, at any time, or for any length of time. Performance art can be any situation that involves four basic elements: time, space, the performer's body and a relationship between performer and audience. It is opposed to painting or sculpture, for example, where an object constitutes the work. Performance art traditionally involves the artist and other actors, but works like Survival Research Laboratories' pieces, utilizing robots and machines without people, also occur.
Although performance art could be said to include relatively mainstream activities such as theater, dance, music, and circus-related things like fire breathing, juggling, and gymnastics, these are normally instead known as the performing arts. Performance art is a term usually reserved to refer to a kind of usually avant-garde or conceptual art which grew out of the visual arts. Uniquely, Michel Lotito ("M. Mangetout") made performance out of eating unusual objects.
Oftentimes, there is exists a hierarchy between viewer and artist. With participation art, this wall is broken down and the work of art is now judged by the reaction of the viewer. In other words, the reaction is the deciding factor of the art.


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[edit] History


Chris Burden during the performance of his 1974 piece Trans-fixed where he was nailed to the back of a Volkswagen



Performance art, as the term is commonly understood, began to be identified in the 1960s with the work of artists such as Yves Klein, Vito Acconci, Hermann Nitsch, Chris Burden, Carolee Schneemann, Yoko Ono, Joseph Beuys, Wolf Vostell and Allan Kaprow, who coined the term happenings. But performance art was certainly anticipated, if not explicitly formulated, by Japan's Gutai group of the 1950s, especially in such works as Atsuko Tanaka's "Electric Dress" (1956) [1]. In 1970 the British-based pair, Gilbert and George, created the first of their "living sculpture" performances when they painted themselves gold and sang "Underneath The Arches" for extended periods. Alongside pioneering work in video art by Jud Yalkut and others, some performance artists began combining video with other media to create experimental works like those of Chicago's Sandra Binion, who elevated mundane activities like ironing clothes, scrubbing steps, dining and doing laundry into living art. Binion has performed all over the world and is highly regarded as an artist in Europe.
Western cultural theorists often trace performance art activity back to the beginning of the 20th century. Dada for example, provided a significant progenitor with the unconventional performances of poetry, often at the Cabaret Voltaire, by the likes of Richard Huelsenbeck and Tristan Tzara. There were also Russian Futurism artists who could be identified as performance artists f.e. David Burliuk who painted the face for his actions (1910-20). However, there are accounts of Renaissance artists putting on public performances that could be said to be early ancestors to modern performance art. Some performance artists and theorists point to other traditions and histories, ranging from tribal, ritual to sporting and religious events. Performance art activity is not confined to European art traditions; many notable practitioners can be found in the United States, Asia, and Latin America.
[edit] Performance


Photograph of a performance by Yves Klein at Rue Gentil-Bernard, Fontenay-aux-Roses, October 1960, by Harry Shunk. Le Saut dans le Vide (Leap into the Void)



In performance art, usually one or more people perform in front of an audience. In contrast to the traditional performing arts, performance art is unconventional. Performance artists often challenge the audience to think in new and unconventional ways about theater and performing, break conventions of traditional performing arts, and break down conventional ideas about "what art is," similar to the postmodern art movement.[1] Thus, even though in most cases the performance is in front of an audience, in some cases, the audience becomes the performers. The performance may be scripted, unscripted, or improvisational. It may incorporate music, dance, song, or complete silence.
Roselee Goldberg stated in Performance Art: From Futurism to the Present:
<BLOCKQUOTE>
Performance has been a way of appealing directly to a large public, as well as shocking audiences into reassessing their own notions of art and its relation to culture. Conversely, public interest in the medium, especially in the 1980s, stems from an apparent desire of that public to gain access to the art world, to be a spectator of its ritual and its distinct community, and to be surprised by the unexpected, always unorthodox presentations that the artists devise. The work may be presented solo or with a group, with lighting, music or visuals made by the performance artist him or herself, or in collaboration, and performed in places ranging from an art gallery or museum to an “alternative space”, a theatre, café, bar or street corner. Unlike theatre, the performer is the artist, seldom a character like an actor, and the content rarely follows a traditional plot or narrative. The performance might be a series of intimate gestures or large-scale visual theatre, lasting from a few minutes to many hours; it might be performed only once or repeated several times, with or without a prepared script, spontaneously improvised, or rehearsed over many months.”[2]</BLOCKQUOTE>
Stelarc "Parasite: Event for Invaded and Involuntary Body" (1997) Ars Electronica Festival



[edit] Genres


Performance art genres include body art, fluxus, happening, action poetry, and intermedia. Some artists, e.g. the Viennese Actionists and neo-Dadaists, prefer to use the terms live art, "action art", intervention or "manoeuvre" to describe their activities. These activities are also sometimes referred to simply as "actions".
[edit] References



  1. ^ see/hear, for example, Just Another Asshole #5, 1981, compilation vinyl LP (re-released as CD in 1995 on Atavistic ALP39CD), producer/editors: Barbara Ess & Glenn Branca
  2. ^ Performance Art from Futurism to the Present by Roselee Goldberg accessed online August 31, 2007

[edit] Bibliography



  • RoseLee Goldberg, (1998) Performance: Live Art Since 1960, Harry N. Abrams, NY NY
  • Rockwell, John (2004). "Preserve Performance Art?" New York Times. April 30.
  • Smith, Roberta (2005). "Performance Art Gets Its Biennial." New York Times. November 2.
  • RoseLee Goldberg, (2001) Performance Art: From Futurism to the Present (World of Art), Thames & Hudson; Rev Sub edition
  • C. Carr, (1993) On Edge: Performance at the End of the Twentieth Century, Wesleyan
  • Guillermo Gómez-Peña, (2005) Ethno-techno: Writings on performance, activism and pedagogy. Routledge, London.
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Re: thisisalsiit.com!!!!!!!????????????????
Post on Sun Nov 15, 2009 11:13 pm by Admin
The final curtain
This is very interesting.
[from ]http://www.scribd.com/doc/19814719/Michael-Jackson-Biography]
In his 1988 autobiography "Moonwalk", Michael mentions that the Victory Tour was originally to be called "The FinalCurtain", to highlight the fact that himself and his brothers would be touring for the final time. However, the name was changed as they did not want to emphasize this point.
(Would he be back in July with the Jackson5?)

Looking at www.finalcurtain.com:
What are they about?
[
Historically, artists have always been on the vanguard of new ways of
thinking and behaving. Because The Final Curtain represents such a
fundamentally new way of thinking about the death-care market, we believe
that limiting our customer base to artists, at least in the initial
roll-out stages, will result in a higher quality product that will set new
standards for the death care industry.

Who better to establish this breakthrough approach to death-care than the
creative community itself? In association with The Final Curtain, artists,
writers and designers will have the opportunity to design truly innovative,
creative and thought provoking monuments to themselves and others, and know
that their work will be available to the public at large in perpetuity.
]

Did you see the media coverage site for this unconventional conventionalists' funeral service?




There was a thread on MJHD about this in September that I could find in cache - credits go to S.T.U.D.Y. at MJHD - for those who did not see it:

"This Is It … The Final Curtain Call"
The "final curtain
call" is a very interesting phrase, which was used during the London
press conference for the O2 "This Is It" performances (note: even if it
was a double, MJ himself was still the author of the message given).


Here is a transcript of the key statement (at 4 min, 35 sec): "This is it, I mean this is really it; this is the final — this is the final curtain call." {
click here}. Let’s look at two aspects of that phrase: the "final curtain", and then the "curtain call".

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The "Final Curtain"
"Final Curtain" is the name of a hoax about death that was started in September of 1998! It was designed by Joey Skaggs, and you can read about it on the Museum of Hoaxes website {
click here}; on the Final Curtain website {click here}; and on Skaggs’ own website {click here; also click here}. I have selected a few very interesting statements from these websites, as well as from a few other sources.

"In 1998, Skaggs put together an international team of volunteer writers, artists, and designers to create The Final Curtain … It was immediately accepted by the public as a reality without question. … Skaggs always leaves clues in his [hoax] performances." {click here}

"… the Final Curtain hoax was two years in the making, and involved dozens of co-conspirators. … Numerous talented writers and artists, some of whom prefer to remain anonymous for professional reasons, created an elaborate and convincing nonexistent virtual business under Skaggs’ creative direction." {click here}

"JOEY SKAGGS has been staging hoaxes—to lampoon the media, to lampoon the culture, but never to make money—for 34 years. Some hoaxes are huge and take place over the course of yearsTHE SIGNS WERE THERE for journalists who doubted Final Curtain. But they didn't. … Part of participating in Final Curtain was agreeing to keep my mouth shut until it was time to reveal the hoax. … Final Curtain wasn't intended to make money; it was intended to draw attention to two issues—the media's wicked ways, as we've seen, and the death industry." {
click here}

Wikipedia on Joey Skaggs: "The Final Curtain … It was meant to satirize showmanship in places likeForest Lawn cemeteries." {
click here}

Although a different MJ, notice the name of a person who reported about the Final Curtain: "KRLA, CBS, Los Angeles, Michael Jackson, 10-25-1999" {
click here; also click here}

"This [Final Curtain] was a really sophisticated prank with a lot of people involved. … Media hoaxing has a bright, promising future [after the year 2,000!?!]. All we can hope is that the hoaxers are smarter than the media." {
click here}

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Final Curtain Hoax and MJ Hoax Parallels

#1 The hoaxes were directly related to "1998".
#2 The hoaxes were all about "death".
#3 The hoaxes had a large "team" involving "numerous talented co-conspirators" (all agreeing to secrecy until the time to remove the "curtain").
#4 The hoaxes were "huge", "elaborate", "sophisticated", and "convincing".
#5 Yet the hoax directors "always left clues" and "THE SIGNS WERE THERE" for the few who really wanted to know the truth.
#6 In spite of the clues, the hoaxes were "immediately accepted by the public as a reality without question".
#7 Both hoaxes had a person involved named "MICHAEL JACKSON"!
#8 Both hoaxes refer specifically to "Forest Lawn cemeteries".
#9 The purpose of these hoaxes is to draw public attention to the "media’s
wicked ways" (reporting as truth that which they have not carefully
investigated, etc).
[...]
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The "Curtain Call"
Notice the meaning of "curtain call" on Wikipedia (the word [hoax] is added): "A curtain call (walkdown, bow) occurs at the end of a [hoax] performance when individuals return to the stage to be recognized by the audience for their [hoax] performance." {
click here}

Soon and very soon, we are going to see the man behind the (final) curtain (call); the King of Hoax! So can we expect the MJ "resurrection" today—the big "This Is It", "Final Curtain", 9-9-09 day??? Probably not before: "Darkness falls across the land, and the midnight hour is close at hand …" (Thriller).

Last but not least: This Is It—this is my final post (post # ?). You can believe it, or leave it; but either way: as the Final Curtain Call is being revealed, you will see what was there behind the curtain all along.

Some background on the other Michael Jackson from
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Jackson_%28radio_commentator%29:
[Michael Jackson is an English-born talk-show host based in the Los Angeles, California area. Jackson is best known for his radio show which covered the arts, politics
and human interest subjects, particularly in the Los Angeles and
greater Southern California area. The show originally aired on L.A.
radio station KABC and briefly aired on KGIL.]
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Re: thisisalsiit.com!!!!!!!????????????????
Post on Mon Nov 16, 2009 1:45 am by amyconell01
File:WeinerText.JPG


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My Interpretation:

Bits & Pieces - the parts that make up everything the clues etc
these pieces at first seem to present us with the whole picture
BUT the word semblance is important...
Semblance

  • an outward or token appearance or form that is deliberately
    misleading; "he hoped his claims would have a semblance of
    authenticity"
  • illusion: an erroneous mental representation
  • likeness: picture consisting of a graphic image of a person or thing

Things may not be as we first assumed
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Re: thisisalsiit.com!!!!!!!????????????????
Post on Mon Nov 16, 2009 11:04 pm by Admin
today it redirects to


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[edit] Summary


I am the originator of this photo. I hold the copyright. I release it to the public domain. This photo depicts audio-animatronic versions of characters from the film "The Wizard of Oz" in The Great Movie Ride at Walt Disney World's Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park
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Re: thisisalsiit.com!!!!!!!????????????????
Post on Thu Nov 19, 2009 1:22 am by amyconell01
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now it redirecting to
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=john%2014:29&version=NKJV

John 14:29 (New King James Version)


29 “And now I have told you before it comes, that when it does come to pass, you may believe.

14:29
1+4=5 : 2+9+ 11
1+1=2
5+2= 7

so now it has redirected us to

1. MHJD –
www.michaeljacksonhoaxdeath.com

2. This is it movie – http://www.thisisit-movie.com

3. Sony – 2012 – http://www.whowillsurvive2012.com

4. V for Vendetta – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V_for_Vendetta_%28film%29

5. End Game – http://www.endgamethemovie.com/highofficial.html

6. The final curtain – http://joeyskaggs.com/html/final.html

7. Liberian girl – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9VwJHoI3TY

8. Year Zero (ARG) – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Year_Zero_%28game%29

9. 9/11 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNsSn6D3CP4

10. Art is Resistance – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:AIR_flier.jpg

11. Faked death – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faked_death

12. Performance art - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Performance_art

13. Forum MJKIT – [url=http://mjkit.forumotion.net/all-odd-things-f8/this-is-also-it-t3233-50.htm]http://mjkit.forumotion.net/all-odd-things-f8/this-is-also-it-t3233-50.htm[/url]

14, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:WeinerText.JPG

15, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Emerald.JPG

16, [url=http://mjkit.forumotion.net/michael-jackson-hoax-death-theories-f2/omfg-you-have-to-see-2012-spoiler-t3742.htm][url=http://mjkit.forumotion.net/michael-jackson-hoax-death-theories-f2/omfg-you-have-to-see-2012-spoiler-t3742.htm]http://mjkit.forumotion.net/michael-jackson-hoax-death-theories-f2/omfg-you-have-to-see-2012-spoiler-t3742.htm[/url][/url]

17;]][url=http://mjkit.forumotion.net/michael-jackson-hoax-death-theories-f2/omfg-you-have-to-see-2012-spoiler-t3742.htm[/quote]]http://mjkit.forumotion.net/michael-jackson-hoax-death-theories-f2/omfg-you-have-to-see-2012-spoiler-t3742.htm[/quote[/url]][/url]



On the 5th of November we were linked to the V for Vendetta page - Evey

On the 5th of November Evan Chandler supposedly committed suicide

On the 17th of November we were link to Emerald City

(E.C. = Emerald City - Evan Chandler)

On the 17th of November i found out that Evan Chandler was dead


and why mjkit is someone from ther playing with us
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Re: thisisalsiit.com!!!!!!!????????????????
Post on Fri Nov 27, 2009 7:49 am by Admin
this is redirecting to this page in mj kit
Interesting..
But considering that's a tarantula, and this is a black widow, I don't think it has anything to do with James Bond. Sorry.

I'm still going to stick with my original interpretation, which I'll explain here.

Michael Jackson > Black Widow > Thriller > Vincent Price narration
Alice Cooper > Devil's Food > Black Widow > Vincent Price narration

Vincent Price & Alice Cooper performing The Black Widow


Vincent Price & Michael Jackson in the studio recording Thriller.



Alice Cooper performance: Basically, on stage there would be dancers in Black Widow spider costume... because a mechanical version was probably too difficult in the 70's and not theatrical enough The choreographed struggle was an important aspect.. I think MJ & KO using a Black Widow spider, (hardly coincidental imo) in a song that Vincent Price narrated on is, on the surface, self-explanatory. It was a tribute to Vincent Price, horror movies, and, of course, looks awesome. It's just so obvious if people would take a moment to actually connect those dots.

But underneath the surface is the interesting part.. And, this quote really sums it up.
</SPAN>
luvyoumj4ever wrote:
Black widows represent death. When the spider comes on stage during the movie Michael comes out of the spider. He escaped death.
So, based on what I wrote above, I'd agree with that. The song 'Black Widow' is about being enslaved, controlled, and mindless conformation. In the live performances, Alice is attacked by dancers in Black Widow costume, and depending on the version of it, either dies or escapes.. In TII Thriller Michael has been trapped/swallowed/eaten by the Black Widow Spider machine.
VP: "In fact, immediately after the consummation of her marriage to the smaller and weaker male of the specie, she kills and eats him."
More accurately, a black widow would trap, kill and then eat the male. But in TII, MJ emerges from this unscathed.

Including the extra lyrics only convinced me more so of this, and for those who didn't know, they are available to be heard on Youtube.
They were recorded with the original, but to my knowledge, hadn't been used until now.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRdS6mO6xfI
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Welcome to the official DVD Easter Eggs FAQ! I took some time to write this so that you wont need to ask too many questions about the site, things you read, etc. So, here goes. If you have a question that you think other people might want to know the answer to, please email it to us through the contact form.



What is a DVD Easter Egg?

This is probably the most obvious, and most frequently asked question. Of course the chances are that if you found this site, you may already know, but if not, here goes. As most will know, during the Easter holiday, people will paint eggs, then hide them for their children to find. This is the traditional idea behind the "Easter Egg". Extend that idea into the digital world, and an Easter Egg is something that is hidden, in some form of media. Way back when Microsoft released Excel (as an example) there was an easter egg in the software. The developers hid a game in the program. You had to fill certain fields of the spreadsheet with a specific value, etc. and you were able to unlock this 'Doom-like' game. Well much the same concept goes for easter eggs on DVD's. The developers who make the DVD's, their menu systems, etc. tend to hide special features on the disc.



What does the R1, R2, R3, etc. mean next to a DVD Title?

This is the second most frequently asked question. The R# is the Region of the DVD. There are (in theory) a total of 9 or 10 Region codes for DVD's. DVD players are designed to be sold in, and play (be default) the Region code of the DVD, for the region it's sold in. On almost every DVD case, you will see a globe with a number super-imposed on it. This is the Region Code for that DVD. Here is the listing of codes (thanks to about.com for the quick list):

REGION 1 -- USA, Canada
REGION 2 -- Japan, Europe, South Africa, Middle East, Greenland
REGION 3 -- S.Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Parts of South East Asia
REGION 4 -- Australia, New Zealand, Latin America (including Mexico)
REGION 5 -- Eastern Europe, Russia, India, Africa
REGION 6 -- China
REGION 7 -- Reserved for Unspecified Special Use
REGION 8 -- Resevered for Cruise Ships, Airlines, etc...
REGION 0 or REGION ALL -- Discs are uncoded and can be played Worldwide, however, PAL discs must be played in a PAL-compatible unit and NTSC discs must be played in an NTSC-compatible unit.



So when you are looking for Eggs, make sure to find the DVD Title with the Region code for your DVD next to it. One thing to note, this site (and DVD's in general it seems) tend to be for Region 1 Discs. This is not to say that other regions don't have eggs, they just don't seem to be as common, or they aren't reported to us as much.



How do I find these Eggs?

This is a tough one, as there is no specific answer. The best bet would be to read the descirptions on some of the Eggs already on the site, see how they can be found and they utilize those techniques on the DVD's you're searching.



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http://www.seventyseven.net/

http://www.ridingthebeast.com/numbers/nu77.php

Symbolism

According to R. Allendy, this number joins the part of evolution to the whole evolution - report of the cosmic evolution and the individual evolution.

Symbol of sinners who lived before the arrival of the Christ according to Fathers' of the Church, because this number is the product of 7, the creature evolving, by 11, the transgression.

For Saint Augustin, it is the last limit of the sin since this number is the product of 11, number of the sin, by 7, number of the perfection.

According to Jacob Boehme, 77 is the total number of the divine revelation thanks to the Word formed. Because starting from only one Verb speaking and a unique vital spirit, it exit 77 languages of which "five belong to the Spirit of God who speaks by his children when and as He wants; but the sixty-twelve others belong to the persons and to the human particularities by which speaking the own intelligence of the man, telling at the same time lies and truths. Also the sixty-twelve languages, that is to say Babel, must pass by the court of God and the pure has to be separated from the impure and to undergo the test of the fire".

Bible

Number of times is necessary to forgive offenses (Mt 18,22). However, according to other references, such as NRSV Bible, some Protestant editions, or in the visions of Maria Valtorta, Jesus asks to forgive 70 times 7 times.

The 77 generations of Adam to the Christ according to the evangelist of Luke. (Lk 3,23-38)

Cain is avenged 7 times but Lamek, 77 times. (Gn 4,24)

General

In the mystical Jew, according to a fragment originated from the Merkaba shelema, Jerusalem 1922 (one of the two most important texts of Shi'ur Qoma) it concerns the "greatness" of our Lord: "Rabbi Ismael says: Metatron, the great Prince of the testimony told me: About YHWH, the God of Israel, the living and constant God, our Lord and master, I certify what follows: From the residence of his glory (that is to say from the throne) further down there are 118 myriads. Its height is 236 myriads and thousand miles. From his right arm to his left arm there are 77 myriads. From his right pupil to his left pupil there are 30 myriades. His brainpan is 3 myriads and a third. The crowns on his head are 60 myriads which corresponds to the 60 myriads of heads in Israel." (folio 34a-b)

The iridium, Ir, atomic number 77, is a white metal which the name is a derivative of the Greek word "iris" meaning" rainbow". It is under the sign of the rainbow that God concludes his Alliance between him and the humanity, and the Christian remains in this Alliance if he forgives 77 times the faults of his brothers (Mt 18,22).

Zarathustra died at the age of 77 years.

The twelfth perfect number, number of which the sum of its dividers gives the same number, contains 77 numbers. Let us mention that the first five perfect numbers are 6, 28, 496, 8128 and 33550336. At the present time we know 24 perfect numbers, the last one being 2^19936 x (2^19937-1). That last number has 12003 numbers. All the known perfect numbers are even and we don't know if there is an odd perfect number. But the mathematician Bryant Tuckerman has demonstrated that, if a such number existed, it would be higher than 1036.

Halley's comet, turning around the sun, reappears approximately every 77 years.

Birthday of a person in Japan: happy long life - kiju.

Gematria

In the discussions of Vassula with Jesus, This one often asks her to end the dictation of her letters by the mark of his name, that is to say "fish" written in Greek, icqus. By using the gematria in "n", that gives 77 = 9+22+8+20+18.

With the gematria in "n", 77 is the sum of two numbers in facing: 34 value of the Hebrew word spirit, 20+6+8=34; and 43, number of the Hebrew word flesh, 2+21+20=43. That reminds us that the Son of God become man (flesh) in order that the man rises up towards God (spirit). The flesh and the spirit are then complementary: the flesh bearing the spirit and the fruit of the work of the Spirit will be the salvation of the flesh which will receive the incorruptibility.

According to the revelations of Our Lord to J.N.S.R. (just as with other mystics), France is great to the eyes of God because it has and will have a great role to fulfil in the propagation of the Faith. In Hebrew, the word "France" gives 77 = 18+20+17+22 by using the gematria in "n".

The numerical value of the Hebrew word BGhE, meaning to pray, gives 77.

By using as correspondence table A=1, B=2, ..., Z=26, we find that the French word "BIBLIQUE" (biblical) = 77.

went to the site and under projects I watched this video called REEL 77. Click the link that says launch application to watch it in bigger size. As you watch the video have your finger on pause button so you catch the messages. Some are

DESIGNED WITH A SINGULAR PURPOSE
TO SUPERCHARGE YOUR SPIRIT

GO BEYOND EXHILARATION
AND REACH TRANSCENDENTAL ACCELERATION

TAKE A DEEP BREATH YOU'LL NEED IT

(POINTS OF LIGHT SPREADING AROUND WORLD)
STAY COOL IN THE HEAT OF BATTLE

LEARN TO LOOK
ENGAGE THE WORLD


here's where it took: http://www.people.com/people/article/0, ... 18,00.html Michael Jackson Doctor Investigation Will Go into 2010 By Howard Breuer Saturday November 21, 2009 10:10 AM EST Michael Jackson Doctor Investigation Will Go into 2010 It will be at least a couple of more months before authorities decide whether to arrest Dr. Conrad Murray, the personal physician who treated Michael Jackson before his death. "A decision (on whether to prosecute) will be made in 2010. It is not going to be made this year," LAPD Commander Patrick Gannon tells PEOPLE. Although Jackson's June 25 "death" was ruled a homicide by the county coroner, which found lethal levels of the toxic anesthetic propofol in his body, and Murray admitted to administering propofol at Jackson's bedside to help him sleep, authorities have to determine whether Murray was solely responsible, and to what extent any negligence can be considered criminal. According to a search warrant unsealed Friday, Murray "said he was not the first doctor to introduce Jackson to propofol. ... Jackson referred to it as his 'milk,'" and Jackson had several doctors locally and abroad who gave him propofol. Police are being careful, and consulting with other agencies including the state medical board and the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office, which will ultimately decide what charges to file, if any, Gannon says. "We have taken our time with this to make sure it's done correctly," Gannon says. Michael's sister, Janet Jackson, and other family members say they blame Murray for Jackson's death, but the doctor has consistently denied any wrongdoing.

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while thinking about TII 'Thriller' with ukrainian subtitles, don't forget about "Christmas Eve" by Gogol Wink about 3 hours ago from web

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Christmas Eve (Gogol)
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Christmas Eve , literally translated The Night Before Christmas, is the first story in the second volume of the collection Evenings on a Farm Near Dikanka by Nikolai Gogol.
Plot
The story opens with a description of the winter scenery of Dikanka, Ukraine, a witch flying across the night sky and the devil stealing the moon and hiding it in his pocket, first playing with it in the sky, which no one in the village notices. Since it is the night before Christmas, the devil is free to roam around and torment people as he pleases, so he decides to find a way to get back at the village blacksmith, Vakula, because he paints hideous portraits of him in the church.
In the village lives a Cossack named Choub, whose daughter Oksana, an exceptionally beautiful village girl loved by all the young boys, is the object of the blacksmith Vakula’s affection. Choub goes out in the night with his friend Panas to the sexton’s home gathering, suddenly noticing that the moon is not in the sky. Meanwhile, Vakula is trying to win over Oksana, who mentions that his mother, Solokha, is a witch. Choub and his friend are suddenly engulfed in a snowstorm started by the devil and lose each other. While his friend finds his way to the tavern, Choub comes upon his home, but the blacksmith, who is visiting Oksana, answers him. Choub is confused about why the blacksmith would be in his own house, and concludes its not his house. The blacksmith then sends him away.
When Vakula goes back to Oksana, she tells him she won’t marry him unless he can get for her the slippers off the Tsaritsa’s feet. While their discussion is happening, Solokha is with the devil in her home, when someone knocks at the door. To hide the truth, she puts the devil in a coal sack, emptying out the contents. The mayor walks in and begins to speak with her but no sooner than he does there is another knock at the door. The mayor hides in another bag and the sexton comes into the home. While he is trying to play around with Solokha, there is another knock at the door and she hides him in another sack while Choub comes into the house. Another knock comes at the door and this time it is Vakula, and Choub goes into the sack that the sexton is already in, not knowing he is there, thinking it is something else. After his mother goes outside to speak with another visitor, the blacksmith takes the heavy bags to get them to the forge, wondering why he seems to have lost his strength temporarily, and concluding it had to do with Oksana not loving him. He comes upon Oksana, who again belittles him, and runs off saying goodbye to her, threatening to kill himself.
He decides the only way to win her is to indeed capture the slippers, so he goes to Puzaty Patsyuk, a local Zaporozhian Cossack who was believed to be in league with the devil. He goes to him and asks him to tell him the way to find the devil while Patsyuk eats magical varenyky that fly down into a basin of cream and then into his mouth, Vakula brushes one aside as it rubs cream on his closed lips. After asking Patsyuk about the devil, he remarks that he cannot give directions to the blacksmith to what is already on his back. Vakula doesn’t understand until he puts down the sacks and the devil hops onto his back. Vakula tricks the devil into thinking he will do as the devil asks, then grabs him by the tail and threatens to put the sign of the cross on him until it agrees to help him.
Fearing the cross, the devil takes him into the sky en route to St. Petersburg, leaving the sacks behind. A group of locals begin to take the bags and discover the men inside, while Vakula goes to find the Tsaritsa. He is amazed by the sites of the city, and has the devil (who shrinks into his pocket) transport him into the palace, where he meets up with a few Zaporozhian Cossacks who are meeting her (i.e., Catherine the Great). When she comes to greet them, the blacksmith appeals to her and glorifies her slippers, which she finds amusing and agrees to give to him.
In the meantime Oksana gets upset because the villagers have been passing around the rumor that Vakula has killed himself. She knows that Vakula, a good Christian, would not do this, and that night she falls deeply in love with him. She is delighted to see him return and agrees to marry him even before he shows her the slippers. They get married and the story ends with a bishop passing by their beautifully painted house. In the church the blacksmith has made another painting, showing the devil in hell, which villagers spit on and the women bring their frightened children up to say “Look what a kaka (poophead)” (transliterated as: Yaka kaka!)!
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http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts%2014:20&version=NKJVPassage results:

Acts 14:20 (New King James Version)


Acts 14:20 (New King James Version)
20 However, when the disciples gathered around him, he rose up and went into the city. And the next day he departed with Barnabas to Derbe.
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Derbe


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Derbe is an ancient city in today's Turkey. This city is mentioned in the biblical book of Acts - (Acts 14:6), (Acts 16:1) and was situated near ancient Lystra.[1]
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Although still a subject of controversy, the most likely site of Derbe lies about 3 miles (4.8 km) north of the city of Karaman, Turkey.
The GPS coordinates for the nearby village of Madenşehri are (North 37’ 26’ 14.5; East 33’08’ 29.3). Ruins of what is thought to be Derbe are on the hill near this village.
There are many churches that, throughout the centuries, were built to commemorate the visit of St. Paul. (Acts 14:20-21)
A distinctive church ruin is believed to be the home of the last Bishop of Derbe, circa A.D. 1001. On the other side of that hill may lie the ruins of the city of Derbe.[citation needed] A few coins and inscriptions of Derbe are extant.[2]
[edit] History


In ancient times, Derbe was one of a few Christian cities, and was used as a refuge for traveling Christians. Its Christian church was burned and buried under a mountain of soil by the Roman Emperor Diocletian, during the Diocletian Persecution, this event took place just prior to the year 300 AD. After the destruction of Derbe, there was a mass exodus of the population. Many went to western Europe, settling in modern day France. It is during this time that the last name "Derbes" began to be expressed with the connotative meaning, "man from Derbe". The name is still expressed as a surname to this day.[citation needed
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Barnabas


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Saint BarnabasApostle to Antioch and CyprusBornDiedVenerated inCanonizedMajor shrineFeastAttributesPatronage


Icon of Saint Barnabas
unknown, Cyprus
61 AD, Salamis, Cyprus
Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Churches, Oriental Orthodox Churches, Anglican Communion, Lutheran Church
Pre-Congregation
Monastery of St Barnabas in Famagusta, Cyprus[1]
June 11
Pilgrim's staff; olive branch; holding the Gospel of St Matthew
Cyprus, Antioch, against hailstorms, invoked as peacemaker
Saint Barnabas of the first century, born Joseph, was an Early Christian convert, one of the earliest Christian disciples in Jerusalem.[2][3] Like almost all Christians at the time (see also Jewish Christians), Barnabas was Jewish, specifically a Levite. Named an apostle in Acts 14:14, he and Saint Paul undertook missionary journeys together and defended Gentile converts against the demands of stricter church leaders[2], see also Judaizers. They gained many converts in Antioch (c 43-44), traveled together making more converts (c 45-47), and participated in the Council of Jerusalem (c 50).[4] Barnabas and Paul successfully evangelized among the "God-fearing" gentiles who attended synagogues in various Hellenized cities of Anatolia.[5].
Barnabas' story appears in the Acts of the Apostles, and Paul mentions him in some of his epistles.[2] Tertullian named him as the author of the Epistle to the Hebrews,[2] but this and other attributions are conjecture.[6] Clement of Alexandria ascribed an early Christian epistle to Barnabas (Epistle of Barnabas), but that is highly improbable.[7]
Martyred at Salamis, Cyprus, in AD 61 [2], he is traditionally identified as the founder of the Cypriot Church. The feast day of St Barnabas is celebrated on June 11.[2]
Some traditions hold that Aristobulus of Britannia, one of the Seventy Disciples, was the brother of Barnabas.

Etymologies
His Hellenic Jewish parents called him Joseph (although the Byzantine text-type calls him Ιὠσης, Iōsēs, 'Joses', a Greek variant of 'Joseph'), but when he sold all his goods and gave the money to the apostles in Jerusalem, they gave him a new name: Barnabas. This name appears to be from the Aramaic בר נביא, bar naḇyā, meaning 'the (son of the) prophet'. However, the Greek text of the Acts 4:36 explains the name as υἱός παρακλήσεως, hyios paraklēseōs, meaning "son of consolation" or "son of encouragement". A similar link between ”prophecy” and ”encouragement” is found in St. Paul’s letter to the Corinthians (1 Corinthians 14:3)
[edit] Barnabas in the New Testament


Barnabas appears mainly in Acts, a Christian history of the early Christian church. He also appears in certain of Saint Paul's epistles.
St Barnabas is one of the first teachers of the church at Antioch (Acts 13:1). Like all the apostles, Barnabas was Jewish, a Levite (one of the twelve Israelite tribes, which was assigned the task of serving in the Jewish Temple). His aunt was the mother of John, surnamed Mark (Colossians 4:10), widely assumed to be the same Mark as the person traditionally believed to be the author of the Gospel of Mark. He was a native of Cyprus, where he possessed land (Acts 4:36, 37), which he sold, and gave the proceeds to the church in Jerusalem. When Saint Paul returned to Jerusalem after his conversion, Barnabas took him and introduced him to the apostles (9:27). Easton, in his Bible Dictionary, supposes that they had been fellow students in the school of Rabbi Gamaliel.[citation needed]
The prosperity of the church at Antioch led the apostles and brethren at Jerusalem to send Barnabas there to superintend the movement. He found the work so extensive and weighty that he went to Tarsus in search of Paul to assist him. St Paul returned with him to Antioch and labored with him for a whole year (Acts 11:25, 26). At the end of this period, the two were sent up to Jerusalem (AD 44) with the contributions the church at Antioch had made for the poorer members of the Jerusalem church (11:28-30).
Shortly after they returned, bringing John Mark with them, they were appointed as missionaries to Asia Minor, and in this capacity visited Cyprus and some of the principal cities of Pamphylia, Pisidia, and Lycaonia (Acts 13:14). With the conversion of Sergius Paulus, Paul begins to gain prominence over Barnabas from the point where the name "Paul," his Roman name, is substituted for "Saul" (13:9); instead of "Barnabas and Saul" as heretofore (11:30; 12:25; 13:2, 7) we now read "Paul and Barnabas" (13:43, 46, 50; 14:20; 15:2, 22, 35); only in 14:14 and 15:12, 25 does Barnabas again occupy the first place, in the first passage with recollection of 14:12, in the last two, because Barnabas stood in closer relation to the Jerusalem church than Paul. St. Paul appears as the preaching missionary (13:16; 14:8-9, 19-20), whence the Lystrans regarded him as Hermes, St. Barnabas as Zeus[8][9] (14:12). Returning from this first missionary journey to Antioch, they were again sent up to Jerusalem to consult with the church there regarding the relation of Gentiles to the church (Acts 15:2; Galatians 2:1). According to Gal. 2:9-10, Barnabas was included with Paul in the agreement made between them, on the one hand, and James, St. Peter, and St. John, on the other, that the two former should in the future preach to the pagans, not forgetting the poor at Jerusalem. This matter having been settled, they returned again to Antioch, bringing the agreement of the council that Gentiles were to be admitted into the church.
Having returned to Antioch and spent some time there (15:35), St Paul asked Barnabas to accompany him on another journey (15:36). Barnabas wished to take John Mark along, but Paul did not, as he had left them on the former journey (15:37-38). The dispute ended by Paul and Barnabas taking separate routes. Paul took Silas as his companion, and journeyed through Syria and Cilicia; while Barnabas took his younger cousin, John Mark, to visit Cyprus (15:36-41).
St Barnabas is not mentioned again by St. Luke in the Acts of the Apostles. However, in Gal. 2:13 a little more is learned about him, and his weakness under the taunts of the Jewish Christians is evident;[citation needed] and from 1 Corinthians 9:6 it may be gathered that he continued to labor as missionary.
[edit] Barnabas and Antioch


Antioch, the third-most important city of the Roman Empire,[10] then the capital city of Syria province, today Antakya, Turkey, was where Christians were first called thus.[11] It was indeed the site of an early Christian community, traditionally said to be founded by Peter[citation needed]. A considerable minority of the Antioch church of Barnabas's time belonged to the merchant class, and they provided support to the poorer Jerusalem church.[4]
[edit] Council of Jerusalem

Main article: Council of Jerusalem

Barnabas participated in the Council of Jerusalem, which dealt with the admission of gentiles into the Christian community, a crucial problem in early Christianity.[4] Paul and Barnabas proposed that gentiles be allowed into the community without being circumcized.
[edit] Martyrdom

Main article: Christian martyrs

Church tradition describes the martyrdom of many saints. Barnabas' martyrdom is legend.[2] It relates that certain Jews coming to Syria and Salamis, where Barnabas was then preaching the gospel, being highly exasperated at his extraordinary success, fell upon him as he was disputing in the synagogue, dragged him out, and, after the most inhumane tortures, stoned him to death. His kinsman, John Mark, who was a spectator of this barbarous action, privately interred his body in a cave, where it remained until the time of the Emperor Zeno, in the year 485 AD.[12] A monastery built in his name at Salamis, Cyprus, is where a tomb reputed to hold his remains was found in the year 488.[13] He is venerated as the Patron Saint of Cyprus.
[edit] Other sources


Other sources bring St Barnabas to Rome and Alexandria. In the "Clementine Recognitions" (i, 7) he is depicted as preaching in Rome even during Christ's lifetime, and Clement of Alexandria (Stromata, ii, 20) makes him one of the Seventy Disciples that are mentioned in the Gospel of Luke.
Not older than the 3rd century is the tradition of the later activity and martyrdom of St Barnabas in Cyprus, where his remains are said to have been discovered under the Emperor Zeno. The Cypriot Church claimed Saint Barnabas as its founder in order to rid itself of the supremacy of the Patriarch of Antioch, as did the Archbishop of Milan afterwards, to become more independent of Rome.[14] In this connection, the question whether St. Barnabas was an apostle became important, and was often discussed during the Middle Ages[15]. The statements as to the year of St Barnabas's death are discrepant and untrustworthy.
[edit] Alleged writings


Tertullian and other Western writers regard Barnabas as the author of the Epistle to the Hebrews. This may have been the Roman tradition -- which Tertullian usually follows -- and in Rome the epistle may have had its first readers. But the tradition has weighty considerations against it.
According to Photius (Quaest. in Amphil., 123), Barnabas wrote the Acts of the Apostles. (Current consensus ascribes the book to the author of Luke.)
He is also traditionally associated with the Epistle of Barnabas, although modern scholars think it more likely that that epistle was written in Alexandria in the 130s. The sixth century Decretum Gelasianum includes a Gospel of Barnabas amongst works condemned as apocryphal; but no certain text or quotation from this work has been identified.
Another book using that same title, the "Gospel of Barnabas," survives in two post-medieval manuscripts in Italian and Spanish[16]. Contrary to the canonical Christian Gospels, and in accordance with the Islamic view of Jesus, this later "Gospel of Barnabas" states that Jesus was not the son of God, but a prophet, and calls Paul "the deceived." The book also says Jesus rose alive into Heaven without having been crucified, and that Judas Iscariot was crucified in his place. Allegedly also it mentions by name the Comforter, as Mohammad.[17] This discord between Paul and Barnabas would be unlikely, according to the author of the Acts of the Apostles, whether Doctor Luke or Saint Barnabas, mentions several times the comradery between Paul and Barnabas.
This article incorporates text from the public domain Easton's Bible Dictionary, originally published in 1897. This article includes content derived from the Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge, 1914, which is in the public domain.
[edit] Literature: Epistle of Barnabas



  • Die Apostolischen Väter. Griechisch-deutsche Parallelausgabe. J.C.B. Mohr Tübingen 1992. ISBN 3-16-145887-7
  • Der Barnabasbrief. Übersetzt und erklärt von Ferdinand R. Prostmeier. Series: Kommentar zu den Apostolischen Vätern (KAV, Vol. Cool. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht: Göttingen 1999. ISBN 3-525-51683-5
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Barnabas (originally Joseph), styled an Apostle in Holy Scripture, and, like St. Paul, ranked by the Church with the Twelve, though not one of them; b. of Jewish parents in the Island of Cyprus about the beginning of the Christian Era. A Levite, he naturally spent much time in Jerusalem, probably even before the Crucifixion of Our Lord, and appears also to have settled there (where his relatives, the family of Mark the Evangelist, likewise had their homes — Acts 12:12) and to have owned land in its vicinity (4:36-37). A rather late tradition recorded by Clement of Alexandria (Stromata II.20) and Eusebius (Church History II.1) says that he was one of the seventy Disciples; but Acts (4:36-37) favours the opinion that he was converted to Christianity shortly after Pentecost (about A.D. 29 or 30) and immediately sold his property and devoted the proceeds to the Church. The Apostles, probably because of his success as a preacher, for he is later placed first among the prophets and doctors of Antioch (xiii, 1), surnamed him Barnabas, a name then interpreted as meaning "son of exhortation" or "consolation". (The real etymology, however, is disputed. See Encyl. Bibli., I, col. 484.) Though nothing is recorded of Barnabas for some years, he evidently acquired during this period a high position in the Church.
When Saul the persecutor, later Paul the Apostle, made his first visit (dated variously from A.D. 33 to 38) to Jerusalem after his conversion, the Church there, remembering his former fierce spirit, was slow to believe in the reality of his conversion. Barnabas stood sponsor for him and had him received by the Apostles, as the Acts relate (9:27), though he saw only Peter and James, the brother of the Lord, according to Paul himself (Galatians 1:18-19). Saul went to his house at Tarsus to live in obscurity for some years, while Barnabas appears to have remained at Jerusalem. The event that brought them together again and opened to both the door to their lifework was an indirect result of Saul's own persecution. In the dispersion that followed Stephen's death, some Disciples from Cyprus and Cyrene, obscure men, inaugurated the real mission of the Christian Church by preaching to the Gentiles. They met with great success among the Greeks at Antioch in Syria, reports of which coming to the ears of the Apostles, Barnabas was sent thither by them to investigate the work of his countrymen. He saw in the conversions effected the fruit of God's grace and, though a Jew, heartily welcomed these first Gentile converts. His mind was opened at once to the possibility of this immense field. It is a proof how deeply impressed Barnabas had been by Paul that he thought of him immediately for this work, set out without delay for distant Tarsus, and persuaded Paul to go to Antioch and begin the work of preaching. This incident, shedding light on the character of each, shows it was no mere accident that led them to the Gentile field. Together they laboured at Antioch for a whole year and "taught a great multitude". Then, on the coming of famine, by which Jerusalem was much afflicted, the offerings of the Disciples at Antioch were carried (about A.D. 45) to the mother-church by Barnabas and Saul (Acts 11). Their mission ended, they returned to Antioch, bringing with them the cousin, or nephew of Barnabas (Colossians 4:10), John Mark, the future Evangelist (Acts 12:25).
The time was now ripe, it was believed, for more systematic labours, and the Church of Antioch felt inspired by the Holy Ghost to send out missionaries to the Gentile world and to designate for the work Barnabas and Paul. They accordingly departed, after the imposition of hands, with John Mark as helper. Cyprus, the native land of Barnabas, was first evangelized, and then they crossed over to Asia Minor. Here, at Perge in Pamphylia, the first stopping place, John Mark left them, for what reason his friend St. Luke does not state, though Paul looked on the act as desertion. The two Apostles, however, pushing into the interior of a rather wild country, preached at Antioch of Pisidia, Iconium, Lystra, at Derbe, and other cities. At every step they met with opposition and even violent persecution from the Jews, who also incited the Gentiles against them. The most striking incident of the journey was at Lystra, where the superstitious populace took Paul, who had just cured a lame man, for Hermes (Mercury) "because he was the chief speaker", and Barnabas for Jupiter, and were about to sacrifice a bull to them when prevented by the Apostles. Mob-like, they were soon persuaded by the Jews to turn and attack the Apostles and wounded St. Paul almost fatally. Despite opposition and persecution, Paul and Barnabas made many converts on this journey and returned by the same route to Perge, organizing churches, ordaining presbyters and placing them over the faithful, so that they felt, on again reaching Antioch in Syria, that God had "opened a door of faith to the Gentiles" (Acts 13:13-14:27; see article SAINT PAUL).
Barnabas and Paul had been "for no small time" at Antioch, when they were threatened with the undoing of their work and the stopping of its further progress. Preachers came from Jerusalem with the gospel that circumcision was necessary for salvation, even for the Gentiles. The Apostles of the Gentiles, perceiving at once that this doctrine would be fatal to their work, went up to Jerusalem to combat it; the older Apostles received them kindly and at what is called the Council of Jerusalem (dated variously from A.D. 47 to 51) granted a decision in their favour as well as a hearty commendation of their work (Acts 14:27-15:30; see articles COUNCIL OF JERUSALEM; SAINT PETER). On their return to Antioch, they resumed their preaching for a short time. St. Peter came down and associated freely there with the Gentiles, eating with them. This displeased some disciples of James; in their opinion, Peter's act was unlawful, as against the Mosaic law. Upon their remonstrances, Peter yielded apparently through fear of displeasing them, and refused to eat any longer with the Gentiles. Barnabas followed his example. Paul considered that they "walked not uprightly according to the truth of the gospel" and upbraided them before the whole church (Galatians 2:11-15). Paul seems to have carried his point. Shortly afterwards, he and Barnabas decided to revisit their missions. Barnabas wished to take John Mark along once more, but on account of the previous defection Paul objected. A sharp contention ensuing, the Apostles agreed to separate. Paul was probably somewhat influenced by the attitude recently taken by Barnabas, which might prove a prejudice to their work. Barnabas sailed with John Mark to Cyprus, while Paul took Silas an revisited the churches of Asia Minor. It is believed by some that the church of Antioch, by its God-speed to Paul, showed its approval of his attitude; this inference, however, is not certain (Acts 15:35-41).
Little is known of the subsequent career of Barnabas. He was still living and labouring as an Apostle in 56 or 57, when Paul wrote First Corinthians (9:5-6). from which we learn that he, too, like Paul, earned his own living, though on an equality with other Apostles. The reference indicates also that the friendship between the two was unimpaired. When Paul was a prisoner in Rome (61-63), John Mark was attached to him as a disciple, which is regarded as an indication that Barnabas was no longer living (Colossians 4:10). This seems probable.
Various traditions represent him as the first Bishop of Milan, as preaching at Alexandria and at Rome, whose fourth (?) bishop, St. Clement, he is said to have converted, and as having suffered martyrdom in Cyprus. The traditions are all late and untrustworthy.
With the exception of St. Paul and certain of the Twelve, Barnabas appears to have been the most esteemed man of the first Christian generation. St. Luke, breaking his habit of reserve, speaks of him with affection, "for he was a good man, full of the Holy Ghost and of Faith". His title to glory comes not only from his kindliness of heart, his personal sanctity, and his missionary labours, but also from his readiness to lay aside his Jewish prejudices, in this anticipating certain of the Twelve; from his large-hearted welcome of the Gentiles, and from his early perception of Paul's worth, to which the Christian Church is indebted, in large part at least, for its great Apostle. His tenderness towards John Mark seems to have had its reward in the valuable services later rendered by him to the Church.
The feast of St. Barnabas is celebrated on 11 June. He is credited by Tertullian (probably falsely) with the authorship of the Epistle to the Hebrews, and the so-called Epistle of Barnabas is ascribed to him by many Fathers.












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The Santa Barbara sheriff's department issued its strongest and most detailed refutation to date of Michael Jackson's claims that he was brutalized during his booking on child molestation charges in November. ''He was in no way manhandled or abused,'' sheriff Jim Anderson said at a televised press conference on Wednesday. ''I'm shocked and troubled by his allegations,'' said Anderson, who played video and audiotapes that appeared to support Anderson's contention that Jackson's arrest and cuffing were painless. He added that the California attorney general's office would investigate Jackson's claims, and if they were found to be without merit, he would recommend that Jackson face criminal charges of false report of police misconduct.
During his ''60 Minutes'' interview on Sunday, Jackson had showed a photograph of a bruise between his wrist and elbow that he said had been caused by the handcuffs and said police had dislocated his shoulder. He also said that, at the station, he'd been locked in a bathroom smeared with ''doo-doo, feces'' for 45 minutes. Anderson played a videotape that appeared to show police gently cuffing the singer on his wrists. He also played an audiotape, which he said was made during Jackson's ride to the station, in which the singer said he felt ''fine'' and ''wonderful'' and whistled and sang to himself. Anderson said the holding cell bathroom had been cleaned that morning, and that Jackson spent no more than 15 minutes there out of the 63 minutes he spent at the station. Upon his departure, Jackson waved to fans, which Anderson said was ''inconsistent with Mr. Jackson's claims of injury.'' Concluded Anderson, ''I think Mr. Jackson has seriously hurt his credibility.''
The dispute over Jackson's alleged mistreatment is only one of the controversies arising from the ''60 Minutes'' interview. Another is the allegation, made by a Jackson business partner, that CBS paid the singer $1 million, on top of the $5 million it had promised him for his music special scheduled for Friday night, in return for agreeing to sit down with Ed Bradley, who'd been trying for a year to land a Jackson interview. ''CBS News doesn't pay for interviews,'' a network spokesperson told the New York Times. But the Jackson colleague said of CBS that ''in essence they paid him'' for the interview, ''but they didn't pay him out of the '60 Minutes' budget; they paid him from the entertainment budget, and CBS just shifts around the money internally. That way '60 Minutes' can say '60 Minutes' didn't pay for the interview.''

CBS had initially scheduled the ''Number Ones'' special, meant to promote the singer's new greatest-hits album of that title, during November sweeps but yanked it when Santa Barbara authorities said they were bringing charges against Jackson. Over the weekend, CBS spokesman Chris Ender said the network had rescheduled ''Number Ones'' for Jan. 2 once Jackson had agreed to discuss the charges against him on ''60 Minutes.'' On Tuesday, however, Ender told the Times, ''This was not a package deal. We licensed a special, nothing else. The only time these two projects were linked was in the wake of the charges, when we informed Mr. Jackson's people we couldn't broadcast the special if he didn't address the charges on a CBS news program.''
Despite Jackson's flagging record sales, he's made a good living this year packaging TV interviews, documentaries, and other shows about himself. In addition to the at least $5 million CBS promised him for ''Number Ones,'' the Times reports that he earned another $5 million apiece for the two Fox documentaries that aired this spring. (No word on what he earned from foreign broadcast rights, or from Martin Bashir's ''Living With Michael Jackson'' documentary, which started the networks' mania for all things Jacko.) Ian Drew, a reporter who interviewed Jackson's ex-wife Debbie Rowe for one of the Fox shows, told the Times that the singer's business managers, Ronald Konitzer and Dieter Wiesner, were behind the strategy. ''Ronald and Dieter realized they should not give interviews; they should do them as specials,'' Drew said. ''It's a big money-making venture.''
According to Nielsen figures, 18.8 million people watched the interview, making ''60 Minutes'' the most-watched show during the sleepy holiday week and giving CBS the edge in the weekly ratings race with an average viewership of 9.7 million. ABC averaged 8.1 million, for a No. 2 finish for the week (and a rare victory among the coveted 18-49 demographic), thanks to the final ''Monday Night Football'' game of the season, the week's No. 3 show. NBC was third for the week, averaging 7.3 million, followed by Fox (6 million), the WB (2.7 million) and UPN (2.6 million
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yeah.... this is also it brought me here..... and this is reversed..... and with strange colours.... why?




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this is playback!!!




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think i might seen a clu, falling out sky, saying hes coming back, just thought, this is awesome michael, the effects are great




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awesome!!!!, i luv the song threatened, aswell




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Yes, He has taken us to a place we have never been before. It was an adventure and I'm gratefull for that. I'm gratefull also to have seen his Artistry blossoming and flourishing in front of the audience to watch and to participate. He once again shared his vision, his dream and his talent with the whole World.
I thank you Michael for being so courageous and giving. Whatever happens, I don't let go of your hand...




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the king! but why is it reversed? weird...




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i fucking love michael jacksonn <3





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OH YES 5:01 IS THE BOMB!!! Who else on God's earth can move like that? NO-ONE!!! Watching MJ freestyling up on that stage was spine tingling to watch & hands down my fave part of movie - such a blast to see others feel the same!! Hope we see every single second of this whole piece on the DVD extras - 2 secs is not enough!!! And wow, MJ you look so damn HOT? You don't look a day over 25!! Love you MJ, you are one seriously cool dude at 50!





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Yes its all flipped..hmmm wonder what that might mean..lol





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is this a person from mjhd or the admin of mjhd who is playing with us?

firstly it was redirecting to mjhd and then to other adn 2 3 times to mjkit!! !! ??
 

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