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In der Kunst könnt Ihr nicht lügen.
Du wisse das und warte,
denn die Form muss eher zu schwingen beginnen als der Sinn,
jedoch muss der Sinn eher da sein als die Form.
Der Sinn bildet die Form.
Es singe in Dir, ehe Du singst, sonst sprichst Du nur.
Das echte Gedicht ist immer weiser als sein Dichter.
Nur singende Bücher verzaubern,
die klugen lassen unverwandelt.
|Quelle (engl.): ► Videointerview mit Jan Irvin, US-amerikanischer Ethnomykologe, investigativer Forscher, politischer Beobachter, Gründer und Gastgeber der Webplattform Gnostic Media, Dozent, Blogger, Autor, Logic, Fallacies, and the Trivium, präsentiert von Gnostic Media Research & Publishing, Gastgeber Tony Myers, Connecticut, Sendetermin 11. April 2011, YouTube Film, 1:33:03 Dauer, eingestellt 4. Juni 2011|
| Referenz (engl.): ► Übersicht The Trivium method: (pertains to mind) – the elementary three, präsentiert von Gnostic Media |
Research & Publishing, Gastgeber Jan Irvin, US-amerikanischer investigativer Autor, 2009-2015
|Inspiriert durch: ► Lance Secretan (*1939) englischer Wirtschaftsvisionär|
|Siehe auch: ► Fragen und ► Human Design System und ► Philosophische Dreiheit – Grammatik, Logik, Rhetorik|
|See also: ► Four-stage composition of ancient Egyptian temples – Model of mystery schools|
Wichtigkeit der menschlichen I-mag-ination
Call to action
Connecting the dots
Big picture thinking
History: a chain of stories
Along the Path to Enlightenment. 365 Reflections from David R. Hawkins, edited by Scott Jeffrey, Reflection of March 18th, January 2011
Art of lecturing
| Source: ► Video interview with Jan Irvin, US American independent researcher, blogger, host of Gnostic Media Podcast, lecturer, author, |
Logic, Fallacies, and the Trivium, filmed and presented by Gnostic Media Research & Publishing, host Tony Myers, Connecticut,
11. April 2011, YouTube film, 1:33:03 duration, posted 4. June 2011
| Reference: ► Overview The Trivium method: (pertains to mind) – the elementary three, presented by Gnostic Media Research & Publishing, |
host Jan Irvin, US American independent researcher, blogger, host of Gnostic Media Podcast, lecturer, author, 2009-2015
| See also: |
► Questions and ► HDS Type and ► Philosophie
► Philosophical trinity – Grammar, Logic, Rhetoric
► [*]Four-stage composition of ancient Egyptian temples – Model of mystery schools
Uplifting, beautiful Art
Ugly, desecrating art
|Source: ► BBC TV documentary Why Beauty Matters, presented by the British TV station BBC TWO, Roger Scruton (*1944) conservative English philosopher, writer, aired 28. November 2009 – Why Beauty Matters (2009), YouTube film, 58:59 minutes duration, posted 8. August 2011|
Spiritual wisdom along with emotional maturity requires that the viewer, the listener, the reader, the recipient
not only is willing to test the message, the writing, the art, the music, but also the messenger.
| Sources: |
► Article Grandpa Picasso: Terribly Famous, Not Terribly Nice, presented by the US American daily newspaper The New York Times, Alan Riding, 24. November 2001
► Article 1 A dark side painted by Picasso's women, presented by the centre-left British online newspaper The Independent, Siobhan Hegarty, 21. October 2007
► Article 2 How Picasso who called all women goddesses or doormats drove his lovers to despair and even suicide with his cruelty and betrayal, presented by the British conservative, middle-market daily tabloid newspaper Daily Mail Online, Annabel Venning, 7. March 2012
► Q&A 3 Did Pablo Picasso paint the weeping woman for his lover, Dora Maar, because of her depression?, presented the Californian question-and-answer website Quora, Aman Bhagat, 4. November 2014
| Books: |
► 4 Arianna Stassinopoulos Huffington (*1950) Greek-American syndicated columnist, founder of the news website The Huffington Post, ex-wife of former Republican congressman Michael Huffington, conservative (until mid-1990s), liberal author (late 1990s), Picasso. Creator and Destroyer, Simon & Schuster, 1st edition June 1988
► Norman Mailer (1923-2007) US American film maker, actor, political candidate, journalist, essayist, playwright, novelist, Portrait of Picasso as a Young Man, Grand Central Publishing, October 1995, Warner Books, edited edition 1st December 1996
► Book review Tough Guys Don't Paint, presented by the US American daily newspaper The New York Times, Michael Kimmelman, 15. October 1995
► 5 Marina Picasso (*1950), Picasso's granddaughter, Picasso. My Grandfather, Chatto Windus, 1st edition 2001
| Orther references: |
► Article Salinger: "Recluse" with an ugly history of women. How we’ve all found a convenient way of avoiding the truth about his troubled past, presented by the US American news and opinion website Salon, Mikki Halpin, 2. September 2010
"Picasso painted compelling portraits of women he had abused.
Roman Polanski assaulted a young woman and made taut, thoughtful films.
J.D. Salinger went to church suppers and hooked up with actresses."
► Article What We Lose When We Give Awards to Men Like Casey Affleck, presented by the worldwide women's lifestyle magazine of French origin Elle, Sady Doyle, 27. February 2017
Continued adoration of abusive rich and famous men like Mel Gibson, Woody Allen, Roman Polanski, and Casey Affleck tells female victims their suffering is less important than the abuser's "right" to be celebrated/awarded.
| See also: |
► Four sides model on communication – Schulz von Thun
► Psychopathically obsessed director Alfred Hitchcock
Newcomer actress Tippi Hedren (*1930) had a leading role in the movies The Birds (1963) and Marnie (1964), directed by Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980). It took Hedren fifty years to find public closure with the most powerful film mogul, her former genius director, known as the "master of suspense".
In 2012 Tippi Hedren confessed: "He [Hitchcock] wanted to control my life [suck me dry and look out through my eyes]."
Later she added: "He ruined my career, but couldn't ruin my life."
Attesting "unusual genius" to Hitchcock, Hedren characterized him as "evil, and deviant, almost to the point of dangerous, because of the effect that he could have on people that were totally unsuspecting."
In her 2016 memoir Hedren disclosed that Hitchcock's crew knew all along that the perfectionist director planned to expose his unexperienced new leading woman to trained drunk scavenger birds – instead of mechanical birds, as she was led to believe from start.
Tippi Hedren's "worst week of her life" was . Live birds being thrown at her non-stop – until she suffered a shock-trauma, a nervous shutdown, followed by horrible nightmares and black outs. When Hedren's doctor ordered a week of rest under medical supervision for his patient, Hitchcock refused until he confronted the director, "Are you trying to kill her?" Leading man Rod Taylor (1930-2015) in The Birds commented later on the relentless attack on his co-star, "It had all the marks of a ritual stoning."
Within the movie scene of Hitchcock's days sexual harassment and stalking by influential men on trophy women was considered . And it still is, despite meanwhile existing . Hedren was the object of of her. She, who stated, "I wasn’t the first actress who left angry, in an unpleasant situation" was not the only beautiful young actress who was controlled and humiliated by Alfred Hitchcock. Without naming names Hedren shared that two Hitchcock actresses got pregnant to step out of their contract, one changed her name to circumvent her vengeful director to ruin with her career. Hedren's female colleagues
have remained silent on the issue of alpha male Hitchcock "owning", controlling and/or stalking them.
The exception to the rule is Joan Fontaine (1917-2013). The young Fontaine recalled of Hitchcock's direction of her in the movie Rebecca in 1940: "He wanted total control over me."
In 2012 Tippi Hedren confessed on her experience in 1963-1964: "I dealt with it by becoming a master of getting out of the room so that I would’t have to deal with him [Hitchcock] alone. There was NO ONE I could go to."
The sadistic, powerful man Hitchcock was surrounded by sycophants who all knew about his continued abuses, yet complied with them.
Tippi Hedren disclosed on Hitchcock's dark unknown side some 50 years later via the British television film The Girl, produced by BBC/HBO in 2012. She resumed: "I don't feel revengeful in the slightest. I want them to watch the film, to take courage from it and have the strength to say: 'I will not acquiesce to whatever you want me to do, even if you are my boss. You do not have the right to make demands on me, certainly not demands of that nature.'
The British-American Sienna Miller, who played the part of Tippi Hedren, on the abusive monster Alfred Hitchcock: "And then you go back and you revisit a lot of his work and then you realize that all the signs were there. But all I knew about him that he was very funny and very talented."
| YouTube video interviews featuring Tippi Hedren (*1930) US American actress, animal rights activist, former fashion model |
► Tippi Hedren In Conversation on Alfred Hitchcock, presented by the British Film Institute (BFI) In Conversation, host Beryl Vertue, recorded August 2012, minute 8:12, 16:27 minutes duration, posted 30. October 2012
► Tippi Hedren: Hitchcock Ruined My Career, presented by the Internet-based video streaming network HuffPost Live, YouTube film, 3:09 minutes duration, posted 7. December 2012
► Tippi Hedren: Alfred Hitchcock Assaulted Me After I Refused To Sleep With Him, presented by Inside Edition, 1:43 minutes duration, posted 2. November 2016
| YouTube video interviews with Sienna Miller (*1981) British-American actress, model, and fashion designer, YouTube film|
► Sienna Miller plays Tippi Hedren in HBO's 'The Girl' October 2012, presented by the US American broadcasting corporation ABC News, host Peter Travers, movie critic, 9:19 minutes duration, posted 19. October 2012
► Sienna Miller talks Alfred Hitchcock and baby daughter, 3:44 minutes duration, posted 16. October 2012
► Video interview with Gwyneth Hughes, British documentary director, screenwriter and Julian Jarrold (*1960) English film and television director, Gwyneth Hughes (scriptwriter) and Julian Jarrold (director) on The Girl, presented by TV Preview: The Girl, YouTube film, 19:48 minutes duration, posted 3. September 2012
| Biographies/Memoir: |
► Donald Spoto (*1941) US American theologian, biographer, The Dark Side Of Genius. The Life Of Alfred Hitchcock,
Da Capo Press, Centennial edition 30. August 1999
► Peter Ackroyd (*1949) British novellist, biographer, Alfred Hitchcock, Chatto & Windus, 2. April 2015
► Tippi Hedren (*1930) US American actress, animal rights activist, former fashion model, Tippi. A Memoir,
William Morrow, 1. November 2016
| Articles: |
► Was Hitchcock Psycho? Alfred Hitchcock: genius or monster, or both?, presented by the US American weekly news magazine TIME, Richard Corliss, 25. November 2012
► Hitchcock? He was a psycho: As a TV drama reveals his sadistic abuse, Birds star Tippi Hedren tells how the director turned into a sexual predator who tried to destroy her, presented by the British conservative, middle-market daily tabloid newspaper Daily Mail, Tim Oglethorpe, 21. December 2012
► Tippi Hedren interview: 'Hitchcock put me in a mental prison' , presented by English daily newspaper The Daily Telegraph, John Hiscock, 24. December 2012
► Alfred Hitchcock was an overgrown schoolboy, with a schoolboy's obsession with sex': The director who used and abused his leading ladies, presented by the British conservative, middle-market daily tabloid newspaper Daily Mail, Peter Ackroyd (*1949) English critic, biographer, novelist, 21. March 2015
► Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘awful’ obsession with leading lady Tippi Hedren, presented by the Australian news and entertainment website News.com.au, Raquel Lanerl, 31. October 2016
| Media references: |
► Video Gretchen Carlson Sues Roger Ailes for Sexual Harassment, presented by GMA, program New This Morning, 6:41 minutes duration, 7. July 2016
► Video interview with Stephen Battaglio, US American journalist, Fox News ends Ailes era with apology and $20 million for Gretchen Carlson, presented by the US American daily evening television news program PBS NewsHour, host Judy Woodruff, 6:35 minutes duration, posted 6. September 2016
► Video documentary presented by the US American broadcasting corporation ABC News, television newsmagazine broadcast 20/20, YouTube film, posted 19. November 2016
➤ Gretchen Carlson's Sexual Harassment Claims Against Roger Ailes: Part 1, 7:54 minutes duration
➤ Gretchen Carlson Recalls First Alleged Sexual Harassment Encounter: Part 2, 7:37 minutes duration
► Video interview WITW TOYOTA SOLUTIONS STUDIO 2017: Gretchen Carlson, presented by Toyota Solutions Studio, Women in the World, New York City, YouTube film, 7:43 minutes duration, posted 6. April 2017
► Video presentation by Gretchen Carlson (*1966) US Television commentator, news anchor, author, Gretchen Carlson forced arbitration speech, YouTube film, 4:22 minute duration, 19. April 2017
► Video TV dialogue CNN New Day Chris Cuomo How Gretchen Carlson brought down Roger Ailes & Bill O'Reilly, presented by US American TV channel Live CNN, YouTube film, 12:45 minutes duration, posted 20. April 2017
| Video interviews featuring activist Gretchen Carlson (*1966) US Television commentator, news anchor, author|
► Gretchen Carlson Talks About Sexual Harassment in the Workplace, presented by the multinational US American business magazine Fortune, YouTube film, 20:21 minute duration, posted 17. May 2017
► Interview With Gretchen Carlson, presented by the Book TV, program "After Words", booktv.org, produced by the US American cable television network C-SPAN, host Sally Quinn (*1941) US American author, journalist, 58:12 minutes duration, posted 11. October 2017
Podcast MP3, posted 21. October 2017
Harrasser protection – Carlson: "Why do we protect the harrasser(s)?" Minute 3:42
Crucial role of enablers – Carlson: "Enablers are a huge part of this problem and also a huge part of this solution." Minute 5:24
Institutional silencing of women – Carlson: "Over 90% of sexual harrassment cases end up in settlements. That means the woman pretty much never works in her chosen career ever again, and she can never talk about it, she is gagged."
Arbitration clauses in employment contracts: "[The female victim gets silenced and removed] and the predator, in many cases, is left to work in the same position, in which he was harrassing you." Minute 8:43ff
Enculturated shaming of women – Carlson: "Women are still labeled troublemakers. We're still labeled "You just can’t take a joke." We're still labeled the B-word. We're still not believed. And the best is that we bring all these cases forward because we want to be famous." Minute 27:37
► Gretchen Carlson: Sexual harassment 'an epidemic', presented by the US American news outlet CNN edition, host Christine Amanpour (*1958) British-Iranian television host, journalist, 11:40 minutes duration, posted 9. January 2018
| Book: ► Gretchen Carlson (*1966) US Television commentator, news anchor, author, |
Be Fierce. Stop Harassment and Take Your Power Back, Center Street, Kindle edition, 17. October 2017
► Book review Kick Against the Pricks, presented by the US American semi-monthly magazine The New York Review of Books, Laura Kipnis, 21. December 2017
| Child abusing Hollywood idols: |
► Blog article Hollywood Sex Abuse is a Century Old, Charlie Chaplin Raped Kids and He’s Hailed As a Hero, presented by Anti News Network, manurishi, 30. October 2017
| Statistics: US study examining the 100 top-grossing films – status 2015|
Female characters accounted for less than a third of speaking roles. Female roles were more than three times as likely to be sexualised or involve nudity.8 Article Women Less Than One Third of Speaking Roles in Top Films, New Study Finds – Again. And less than a third of top 100 films featured women as a lead, presented by The Wrap, Debbie Emery, 6. September 2016
|Book: ► Julie Berebitsky, Ph.D. (*1962) US American professor of history and women's and gender studies, Sewanee University, author, Sex and the Office. A History of Gender, Power, and Desire, Yale University Press, Society and the Sexes in the Modern World, 3. April 2012|
|Reference: en.Wikipedia entry ► Enabling|
| See also: |
► Bystander effect – withheld intervention due to diffusion of responsibility
► Culture degrading and women debasing BDSM – 50 Shades of Grey
► Workplace bullying
► Transforming rankist rape culture into digntiarian consent culture
► Abusive artist Pablo Picasso
► Quotes from Trauma and Recovery – Judith Herman
► Quotes about and by (recovering) mind controlled slaves
► Control and ► Humiliation
See website: artandphysics.com
Hunderte von Löchern in Pappkarton gestochen, mit verschiedenen Farben von hinten belichtet und die "Lichtimpression" von vorne digital abfotografiert
featuring Thomas Sheridan (*1964) Irish alternative artist, musician, independent researcher, broadcaster, public speaker, author
1 Ingrid Bergmann called Alfred Hitchcock "an adorable genius", who taught her to "Fake it!" ⇑
2 Doris Day on her former director Hitchcock: "He was just Mr. Hitchcock, wonderful, a great director and a good friend. I loved working with him." (12/2012) ⇑
3 Asked on the controversy on the TV film The Girl Eva-Marie Saint said: "There were six of us Hitchcock blondes, and it’s like we all were married to the man at one time or another and we all have a different take on him." (12/2012) ⇑
4 Kim Novak, struggling with bipolar disorder, experienced Alfred Hitchcock as follows: "I didn’t find him controlling whatsoever. I found him a joy." Article Kim Novak tells all, presented by English daily newspaper The Daily Telegraph, Richard Rushfield, 3. March 2014 ⇑
6 Article The Specifically Jewy Perviness of Harvey Weinstein, presented by the American Jewish magazine Tablet, Mark Oppenheimer, 9. October 2017 ⇑
7 Weinstein effect = tipping point for societal treatment of sexual misconduct, unleashing a high-velocity shift in Western culture since the 1960s ⇑
8 In 2015 across the 100 top‐grossing films 68.6% of named characters were still male, only 31.4% female, resulting in a gender ratio of 2.2 male characters to every female. This figure remained unchanged since 2007. Females were over three times (30.2%) as likely as their male counterparts (7.7%) to be shown in sexually revealing clothing percent and with some nudity (29% vs. 9.5%). ⇑