DENVER II

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  • Maria Van Oosterwijck Analysis

    When I went to the Denver Art museum, I wittiness many wonderful and fascinating art pieces, but the two that really took my eye was the Lotus crate by Zhang Daqian in 1963 and the Dutch created by Maria van Oosterwijck in 1670s. But what’s more fascinating is there life stories. Maria van Oosterwijck was born in South Holland, Netherlands August 20, 1630 and died November 12, 1693. She was the daughter of mother and father, Jacobus van Oosterwijck and Adriana van Linschoten. Her father was a…

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  • Denver Airport Conspiracy Theory

    By: Jaylen Majors The Denver airport is drowning in a conspiracy theory. The theory is that the Denver airport is hell on earth. Its blue mustang Blucifer is the devil’s horse. Its head fell on its creator and killed him instantly. The horse’s glowing red eyes have said to, “watch you wherever you go. The murals at the airport are to , “show where a man kills the environment and the people. Other evidence is that the underground is a bunker for Armageddon. Nobody in that airport except…

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  • Conspiracy Case Study: The Denver Airport

    The Denver Airport People think that Nazi runaways are hiding in the Denver airport. A train goes under the airport probably for their transportation and planes are always in and out. They also have six runways, a reason people think like that is because it’s shaped like a Nazi flag. The runways are like many new airports, it’s a central building complex surrounded by runways and connected to them with taxiways and this layout does allow for planes to arrive and depart from the runways a lot…

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  • Japanese Internment In Canada

    World War II was a very difficult time for almost everyone living in either the Allies’ or Axis’ countries, especially for people of Japanese descent living in Canada. The Japanese-Canadian internment is a defining moment in Canada because it shows how poorly the Canadian governments, politicians, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), and labour unions treated Japanese-Canadians. They had no freedom; were incarcerated in internment, road, or prisoners-of-war camps; and lastly, were unequal…

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  • Kama Sutra

    The Kama Sutra is one of the most popular ancient Indian texts today, known widely for its erotic content and plethora of sexual positions. Contrary to western popular perception, the Kama Sutra is not exclusively a sex manual; it presents itself as a guide to a virtuous and gracious living that discusses the nature of love, family, life, and other aspects pertaining to pleasure-oriented faculties of human life. The Kama Sutra, an ancient Indian text compiled by Vatsyayana, is a guide to all…

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  • Daniel Chapter 4 Summary

    Introduction Daniel chapter 4 holds an interesting position within the book of Daniel, as it is the only section that was authored by King Nebuchadnezzar. This is made clear from the opening of the chapter which clearly states, “King Nebuchadnezzar to all peoples.” Daniel chapter four is not a letter written to inspire a body of believers, it does not stand to describe battles fought on the battle field. Daniel four is a story. In fact, Daniel chapter four holds such significance because of the…

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  • Michael Myers The Monstrosity Of Humans

    Monstrosity, defined as a grossly malformed animal, plant, or person would show the exact wording of the phrase. Understanding the exact term helps us identify Monster. Monsters, usually recognized as an imaginary creature described as typically large, ugly, and frightening, but they differ in classifications such as reanimated monsters, ecological monsters, human monsters, and technological monsters. The truth is, monsters come in different shapes and sizes. In this case we will identify and…

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  • The Influence Of Technology In Ancient Egypt

    These people arrived from modern Turkey as well as northern Syria, and beginning in the first half of the fourteenth century BC, slowly infiltrated vassal states, even seizing the major port city of Byblos. By the fifth year of the reign of Rameses II, Egyptian control of Syria was compromised, and war had begun disputing the region. While this Pharaoh would eventually expel the…

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  • Psycho Film Analysis

    Hitchcock’s Psycho, from ‘Inside Norman Bates’ and ‘The World Inside Its Image’ The benchmark of horror films could easily be Hitchcock’s most revered work ‘Psycho’ (1960). The black and white filmscape does not downplay the crimson colour of blood spiralling down the plughole after Marion’s fatal stabbing, nor the shock of Norman’s mothers sunken eye sockets. It’s 2015 and this is the first time I have properly been introduced to the film however as a testament to its making I had nightmares…

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  • Copper Masks

    Blier argues that Copper mask said to represent Ife king Obalufon II is related to the succession of rulers and that its symbolism comes from Obalufon II’s time as a ruler as well as his deification (386). This article is effective because of its meticulous examination of the history of Obalufon II, Ife history and other works relating to the mask. Blier begins the essay by discussing Copper mask said to represent Ife king Obalufon II. She visually analyzes the mask before mentioning some…

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