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The Secret World of Hildegard - Book Review
 
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I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
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Clip Duo Canticel: "Mystère en Cathédrale - Le Secret des Visions",  Hildegard von Bingen  "O Virga"
 
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Arrangement : Edgar Teufel Duo Canticel : Catherine Dagois, contralto -  Edgar Teufel, orgue Enregistré dans l'ensemble "Cloître-Cathédrale" d'Elne en février 2019 Caméras : Marc Calleja, Agnés Cabezas Montage vidéo : Talkin' To Me Productions Enregistrement sonore : Toni Paris 44.1
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The Princess And The Pea [2002]
 
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Never underestimate the power of a vegetable. This was re-uploaded because of issues with the audio at the beginning of the movie which has hopefully now . In order to save the kingdom, wise old raven Sebastian searches frantically for the secret of the pea and helps his friend Prince Rollo find a perfect princess. This is the most beautifull song EVER XD I LOVE THIS SONG almost 4 Years XP Not that long but this a great song and give me an other view to the world and . Join Judy, and share the adventures of handsome Prince Jake who will only marry a real princess. Recorded off the CBeebies website on archive.org.
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Hildegard - Spiritui Sancto
 
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Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179) was the tenth child of a noble family and was dedicated at birth to the church. At age three she began to have visions of luminous objects, but soon realized she was unique in this ability and kept these visions secret for many years. Hildegard's religious education, which began at the age of eight, consisted of an ascetic life of prayer and contemplation.
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VocaMe & Michael Popp - Inspiration - Hildegard von Bingen (Trailer)
 
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VocaMe mit Werken von Hildegard von Bingen: https://BC.lnk.to/vocame_inspirationID Zuerst absolute Stille - plötzlich beginnt eine glockenklare Frauenstimme eine kostbare Melodie in den Kirchenraum zu zeichnen. Weitere Stimmen schließen sich an, abwechselnd treten sie nun hervor, machen einander Platz, bilden einen Rahmen zur Entfaltung. Klänge von Harfe oder Hackbrett treten hinzu, sie durchqueren den Tonraum, beleuchten dabei sanft die Stufen, über die auch der Gesang gleitet. Inspirierte Musik wie diese muß mit Inspiration wiederbelebt werden, dies ist die Überzeugung des Ensembles VocaMe, das bereits mit einer CD mit Musik der byzantinischen Komponistin Kassia große Aufmerksamkeit auf sich zog. Hildegard von Bingen selbst sprach davon, als Ungelehrte ("indocta") "Auditionen" erfahren zu haben. Dies erklärt vielleicht die Sonderstellung ihrer Musik, die "wie aus dem Nichts auftauchte und wieder verschwand", wie Michael Popp, künstlerischer Leiter von VocaMe, im Einführungstext zur CD anmerkt. Er zeigt sich überzeugt, "dass gerade im Umgang mit Hildegard die intuitive und somit künstlerisch-kreative Annäherung - bei aller Notwendigkeit der neuzeitlichen Analysemethoden - unabdingbar und letztlich 'authentischer' ist als die überwiegend modern ausgerichtete rational erklärende Herangehensweise." Daraus folgt ein Ansatz, der sich bewußt Freiheiten nimmt: "Auch die Aufnahme selbst sollte - ohne uns mit der Größe einer Figur wie Hildegard vergleichen zu wollen - inspirierend und kreativ sein. Sie sollte neben der Genialität der originalen Überlieferung auch ein kleines Stück unserer individuellen Auseinandersetzung mit diesem Werk, also einen neuen Klang, zu Gehör bringen", so Popp. Hildegard von Bingens Bedeutung ist in diesem Jahr auch von der Kirche auf spektakuläre Weise unterstrichen worden, indem sie nach der Heiligsprechung nun auch in den Rang einer katholischen Kirchenlehrerin erhoben wurde. Dies ist ein Titel, der in der gesamten Geschichte zuvor nicht mehr als 33 Personen verliehen worden war und die Bedeutung dieser einzigartigen Frau vor aller Welt herausstellt. Eine "Renaissance" hat Hildegard von Bingen wohl kaum nötig, aber zum Anlaß für eine inspirierte Neudeutung ihrer Musik kann man dies schon nehmen. Mehr erfahren: http://berlin-classics-music.com/de/artists/vocame/ VocaMe: Sigrid Hausen, Sarah M. Newman, Petra Noskaiová, Gerlinde Sämann, Musikalische Leitung und Instrumente: Michael Popp CD: Hildegard von Bingen • VocaMe - 0300425BC Berlin Classics / Edel:Kultur • Instore: 16.11.2012 http://www.edelclassics.de
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A Day In The Kitchen of Hildegard of Bingen
 
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Learn to cook healthy meals in the tradition of Hildegard of Bingen. For breakfast: spelt porridge, for lunch: spelt burgers and for dinner: spelt soup.
Views: 5267 WighardStrehlow
Palagay Ko...Mahal Kita... - ZanDegard (Zandar + Hildegard - Sofia The First Characters)
 
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*I DO NOT OWN ANYTHING IN THE VIDEO* *EVERYTHING USED BELONGS TO THEIR RIGHTFUL OWNERS* SONG: Palagay Ko, Mahal Kita by Aiza Seguerra (Tweeked version?) FILMS/MOVIES: DISNEY SOFIA THE FIRST This is One of my favorite pairings in the "Sofia the First" series...they both have personalities that resemble a couple in my class during my Highschool years....Still...I kinda like 'em as a pair in a Yin and Yang concept...hehe... Once again...can't be bothered to translate...ask someone who is more fluent in Tagalog-English translations to help translate this for you.... Until Then... This is Natnarf...Signing OFF!~
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Hildegard von Bingen "Caritas abundat in omnia" by Elfenthal
 
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Caritas abundat in omnia de imis excellentissima super sidera atque amantissima in omnia quia summo regi osculum pacis dedit Soprano: Maite Itoiz This beautiful chant from Hildegard von Bingen is included in the album "An Ancient Story" from ELFENTHAL (www.elfenthal.com) Thanks for listening!
Views: 122605 Elfenthal Official
Hildegard of Bingen in The Seer and the Scribe, Spear of Destiny
 
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A book trailer exploring the relationship of Volmar and Hildegard - created at http://animoto.com Read more of this young adult medieval murder mystery at: www.wix.com/gmdyrek/SeerScribe/
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Me and John performing in The Secret Forest Show
 
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This is me, Maite (in white) and John (in black) performing in The Secret Forest show. The song of the clip is "Ich bekenne meine Schuld" and I sing it with him. It is included in the CD "Tales from the Secret Forest" The show is about a blue elf that finds a book in the forest, in the solstice´s night. He doesn´t know it, but the forest, itself, chose him to learn from it. The magic book will show him the feelings of humanity, feelings like happiness and sadness, love and hate, death and life, war and peace, things he never experienced before, told to him by the forest, that wakes up in the solstice´s night as male and female forms. Like every year.
Views: 8101 Elfenthal Official
Cast - Sofia The First - Know It  All (From "Sofia the First") ft. Sofia, Hildegard
 
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Music video by Cast - Sofia The First performing Know It All. (C) 2014 Walt Disney Records
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Hildegard Behrens: Strauss - Salome, 'Final Scene'
 
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Hildegard Behrens (9 February 1937 -- 18 August 2009) was a German soprano with a wide repertoire including Wagner, Weber, Mozart, Richard Strauss, and Alban Berg roles... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hildegard_Behrens A link to this wonderful artists personal website: http://www.allmusic.com/artist/hildegard-behrens-mn0001635715/discography Please Enjoy! I send my kind and warm regards,
Views: 2064 Thewisemonkey9
Hildegard de Bingen, la guérisseuse - Les Grands Occultistes 4/12
 
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Sainte Hildegarde de Bingen, cette étonnante femme du moyen Âge, fondatrice de monastères, naturaliste, guérisseuse, musicienne, écrivain, peintre et visionnaire. Hildegarde Von Bingen fait partie des penseurs les plus célèbres et les plus important de l’Europe médiévale. C'est en 1147, qu'elle fonde son propre couvent à Ruppertsberg. Femme reconnue et respectée d'Hildegarde possédait la hardiesse et l'intelligence composant sa propre théologie féminine qui néanmoins respecte les puissances divines masculines aussi bien que féminines. Femmes engagées aussi bien spirituellement que politiquement elle devint enseignant auprès des soeurs de son couvent. - Soutenir sur Tipeee : https://www.tipeee.com/arcana-mystere... ( Accademia : voir conditions sur Tipeee )……………………………………………………………………………… - Site Web : http://arcanatv.fr - Facebook : http://facebook.com/mytharcanum - Twitter : https://twitter.com/ArcanaMdM - Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/arcana_mdm - Salon discord : https://discord.gg/Q98R3QA ………………………………………………………………………………………………… Musiques : Industrial revolution - Kevin Macleod Lord of the land - Kevin Macleod Colorless Aura - Kevin Macleod Errigal - Kevin Macleod Evening Fall Harp - Kevin Macleod Metaphysik - Kevin Macleod Sources : Régine Pernoud, Hildegarde de Bingen Pierre Dumoulin, Hildegarde de Bingen Marie-Anne Vannier, Les Visions d'Hildegarde de Bingen Daniel Maurin, Sainte Hildegarde Sylvie Garoche, la puissance et la grâce Secrets et remèdes d'Hildegarde de Bingen Série les grands occultistes : épisode 1 - Aleister Crowley le mage noir épisode 2 - Nicolas Flamel l’alchimiste épisode 3 - Raspoutine le moine épisode 4 - Hildegarde de Bingen, la guérisseuse épisode 5 - Histoire du comte de Cagliostro épisode 6 - Paracelse, médecin et alchimiste épisode 7 - Helena Blavatsky, la théosophe épisode 8 - Nostradamus le prophète épisode 9 - L’antroposophie avec Rudolf Steiner épisode 10 - Agrippa, le philosophe de l’occultisme épisode 11 - Marie Laveau, la prêtresse vaudou épisode 12 - Simon le magicien
St Hildegard Prophecy - Wake Me Up
 
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This is based on St. Hildegard's prophecy from From Vision Eleven, Scivias, The Figure of a Woman. It relates to the present situation of the Roman Catholic Church and the St. Gallen Mafia, led by Anti-pope Bergoglio/ Francis, who seek to destroy the Faith to usher in the Luciferian NWO with a one world religion.
Views: 894 Nick Fluh
Saint Hildegard von Bingen - Excerpts Of Visions 1 of 2
 
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Saint Hildegard von Bingen; Latin: Hildegardis Bingensis; 1098 – 17 September 1179 , also known as Saint Hildegard and Sibyl of the Rhine, was a German Benedictine abbess, writer, composer, philosopher, Christian mystic, visionary, and polymath. She was declared Doctor of the Universal Church by Pope Benedict XVI.
Illuminations: A Novel of Hildegard von Bingen by Mary Sharratt
 
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A triumphant portrait of a resilient and courageous woman and the life she might have lived . . . Skillfully interweaving historical fact with psychological insight and vivid imagination, Sharratt's redemptive novel, Illuminations, brings to life one of the most extraordinary women of the Middle Ages: Hildegard von Bingen, Benedictine abbess, visionary, and polymath. Offered to the Church at the age of eight, Hildegard was entombed in a small room where she was expected to live out her days in silent submission as the handmaiden of a renowned but disturbed young nun, Jutta von Sponheim. Instead, Hildegard rejected Jutta's masochistic piety and found comfort and grace in studying books, growing herbs, and rejoicing in her own secret visions of the divine. When Jutta died some thirty years later, Hildegard broke out of her prison with the heavenly calling to speak and write about her visions and to liberate her sisters and herself from the soul-destroying anchorage. Riveting and utterly unforgettable, Illuminations is a deeply moving portrayal of a woman willing to risk everything for what she believed. http://marysharratt.com/ Director: Dave Wise http://www.davewise.tv/
Views: 3452 HMH Books
Hugo & Sofia, Desmond & Amber, Zandar & Hildegard - “Shut Up and Dance with Me” (Walk the Moon)
 
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I don’t own the show or the song!! Credits to Sofia the First and Walk the Moon! Just a simple fan-made video!!
Personal Shopper (OST) // Ave Generosa by Hildegard Von Bingen (HQ)
 
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Colonna sonora di Personal Shopper, Ave Generosa di Hildegard Von Bingen // Personal Shopper original soundtrack (HQ music).
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Hildegard von Bingen -The Origin Of Fire - Anonymous 4
 
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Hildegard von Bingen -The Origin Of Fire - Anonymous 4 'This is the finest Hildegard recording ever made' 'Returning to the music of Hildegard of Bingen, the 12th-century German abbess and mystic, Anonymous 4 explores the theme of the Pentecostal power of the "Fiery pirit". Hildegard's intensely emotional chants and visions (incl. the monumental hymn O ignee spiritus and some of her finest antiphons) are presented here framed by hymns and sequences that she and her convent sisters would have heard and sung every day' 00:00 - - 01 Hymn: Veni creator spiritus 4:26 04:26 - - 02 Sequence: Veni spiritus eternorum alme 2:37 07:03 - - 03 Antiphon: O quam mirabilis est 3:26 10:29 - - 04 & Track 05 Vision 1: The fire of creation 4:52 15:21 - - 06 Sequence: O ignis spiritus paracliti 7:50 23:11 - - 07 & Track 08 Vision 2: Wisdom and her sisters 5:29 28:40 - - 09 Responsory: O felix anima 6:33 35:13 - - 10 & Track 11 Vision 3: The fiery spirit 6:54 42:07 - - 12 Hymn: O ignee spiritus 10:02 52:09 - - 13 & Track 14 Vision 4: Love 5:24 57:33 - - 15 Antiphon: Caritas habundat in omnia 2:16 59:49 - - 16 Antiphon: O eterne deus 2:31 62:20 - - 17 Hymn: Beata nobis gaudia 2:47 . Hildegard of Bingen St. Hildegard of Bingen, O.S.B. Illumination from the Liber Scivias showing Hildegard receiving a vision and dictating to her scribe and secretary Doctor of the Church, Sibyl of the Rhine Born 1098 Bermersheim vor der Höhe,County Palatine of the Rhine,Holy Roman Empire Died 17 September 1179 (aged 81) Bingen am Rhein, County Palatine of the Rhine, Holy Roman Empire Venerated in Roman Catholic Church (Order of St. Benedict) Anglican Communion Lutheranism Canonized 10 May 2012 (equivalent canonization), Vatican City by Pope Benedict XVI Major shrine Eibingen Abbey Germany Feast 17 September Part of a series on Christian mysticism "Universal Man", an illumination from a 13th-century copy of Hildegard von Bingen's Liber Divinorum Operum ("Book of Divine Works", c. 1165). Theology · Philosophy[show] Practices[show] People (by era or century)[show] Literature · Media[show] Hildegard of Bingen, O.S.B. (German: Hildegard von Bingen; Latin: Hildegardis Bingensis; 1098 – 17 September 1179), also known as Saint Hildegard and Sibyl of the Rhine, was a German Benedictine abbess, writer, composer, philosopher, Christian mystic, visionary, and polymath.[1] She is considered to be the founder of scientific natural history in Germany.[2] Hildegard was elected magistra by her fellow nuns in 1136; she founded the monasteries of Rupertsberg in 1150 and Eibingen in 1165. One of her works as a composer, the Ordo Virtutum, is an early example of liturgical drama and arguably the oldest surviving morality play.[3] She wrote theological, botanical, and medicinal texts, as well as letters,liturgical songs, and poems, while supervising miniature illuminations in the Rupertsberg manuscript of her first work,Scivias.[4] She is also noted for the invention of a constructed language known as Lingua Ignota. Although the history of her formal consideration is complicated, she has been recognized as a saint by branches of the Roman Catholic Church for centuries. On 7 October 2012, Pope Benedict XVI named her a Doctor of the Church.
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The End Prophecies of St. Hildegard (2017.06.13)
 
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St. Hildegard was a "saint" of the medieval Christian world and was a "female prophet." She predicted almost exactly up to 500 years, a thousand years away. And it seems that it is entering the very end indeed today! Utopian Network HP: http://www.utopia-net.org/English/index1.html Music materials providing : YouTube Audio Library Title: Ambient Ambulance, Artist: Jingle Punks
Views: 242097 ArCasa News
Scivias  - Hildegard von Bingen   Voices of Angels   Voices of Ascension
 
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Hildegard von Bingen - Voices of Angels - Voices of Ascension Hildegard of Bingen, O.S.B. (German: Hildegard von Bingen; Latin: Hildegardis Bingensis; 1098 – 17 September 1179), also known as Saint Hildegard and Sibyl of the Rhine, was a German Benedictine abbess, writer, composer, philosopher, Christian mystic, visionary, and polymath.[1][2] She is considered to be the founder of scientific natural history in Germany.[3] Hildegard says that she first saw "The Shade of the Living Light" at the age of three, and by the age of five she began to understand that she was experiencing visions.[20] She used the term 'visio' to this feature of her experience, and recognized that it was a gift that she could not explain to others. Hildegard explained that she saw all things in the light of God through the five senses: sight, hearing, taste, smell, and touch.[21] Hildegard was hesitant to share her visions, confiding only to Jutta, who in turn told Volmar, Hildegard's tutor and, later, secretary.[22] Throughout her life, she continued to have many visions, and in 1141, at the age of 42, Hildegard received a vision she believed to be an instruction from God, to "write down that which you see and hear."[23] Still hesitant to record her visions, Hildegard became physically ill. The illustrations recorded in the book of Scivias were visions that Hildegard experienced, causing her great suffering and tribulations.[24] In her first theological text, Scivias ("Know the Ways"), Hildegard describes her struggle within: But I, though I saw and heard these things, refused to write for a long time through doubt and bad opinion and the diversity of human words, not with stubbornness but in the exercise of humility, until, laid low by the scourge of God, I fell upon a bed of sickness; then, compelled at last by many illnesses, and by the witness of a certain noble maiden of good conduct [the nun Richardis von Stade] and of that man whom I had secretly sought and found, as mentioned above, I set my hand to the writing. While I was doing it, I sensed, as I mentioned before, the deep profundity of scriptural exposition; and, raising myself from illness by the strength I received, I brought this work to a close – though just barely – in ten years. (...) And I spoke and wrote these things not by the invention of my heart or that of any other person, but as by the secret mysteries of God I heard and received them in the heavenly places. And again I heard a voice from Heaven saying to me, 'Cry out therefore, and write thus!'[25] ---- #Scivias book Contents[edit] The divisions of the book follows, based largely on the illuminations, using the titles assigned each vision by Adelgundis Führkötter, the editor of the critical edition (the original text does not give titles). Where multiple titles are given, multiple illuminations are provided.[20] Each vision is followed by commentary divided into sections (given functional titles in the original manuscripts), the number of which is designated in parentheses.[21] Foreword Part I God, the Light-Giver and Humanity (6) The Fall (33) God, Cosmos, and Humanity (31) Humanity and Life (32) Synagogue (8) The Choirs of Angels (12) Illumination accompanying the second vision of Part II Part II The Savior (17) The Triune God (9) The Church as Mother of Believers – The Baptism (37) Anointed with Virtue – The Confirmation (14) The Hierarchy of the Church (60) The Sacrifice of Christ and the Church; Continuation of the Mystery in the Partaking of the Sacrifice (102) Humanity's Fight Against Evil; The Tempter (25) Part III The Omnipotent; The Extinguished Stars (18) The Building (28) The Tower of Preparation; The Divine Virtues in the Tower of Preparation (13) The Pillar of the Word of God; The Knowledge of God (22) The Zeal of God (33) The Triple Wall (35) The Pillar of the Trinity (11) The Pillar of the Humanity of the Savior (25) The Tower of the Church (29) The Son of Man (32) The End of Time (42) The Day of the Great Revelation; The New Heaven and the New Earth (16) Praise of the Holy (16) -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hildegard_of_Bingen -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scivias
Tracking Hildegard! - ESO Dark Brotherhood DLC - #012 Let's Play Elder Scrolls Online
 
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Time to track down Hildegard before those darn werewolf hunters find it! It's a race that I must win! Literally life or death situation here folks! The silver dawn will not prevail! I'll complete the questions of faith quest and find Hildegard before they do! Support Me ---------- https://gamewisp.com/miss_bizz ----------- Follow Me ---------- Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/Miss_Bizz Twitter: http://twitter.com/MissBizzPlays Website: http://MissBizzPlays.com ---------- Buy The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited - http://goo.gl/2kGGmx Bethesda Video Policy - http://www.bethblog.com/bethesda-video-policy/ ---------- Let's Play Orsinium Playlist - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KEOTZnT8c8&list=PLK8r2Ns2zPPlSJdHBHd6Qbsed3yoGFFfT Let's Play Dark Brotherhood Playlist - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLK8r2Ns2zPPmrEuQp7rDD3aSkzEuFbfBa ---------- ESO Story - The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited is set roughly 1,000 years before the events in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and the coming of the Dragonborn, and just before the rise of Tiber Septim, the first Emperor of Tamriel. Three Alliances have emerged across the continent, each struggling for supremacy over the land. As these great powers battle one another for control of the Imperial City – and with it all of Tamriel – darker forces are moving to destroy the world. ---------- About This Series Game: Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited DLC: Dark Brotherhood, Gold Coast - Kvatch Character: Aewnes, High Elf (Altmer) Templar Level 50. CP400+ Server: NA
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Fire - Scivias - Hildegard von Bingen
 
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Hildegard von Bingen - Voices of Angels - Voices of Ascension Hildegard of Bingen, O.S.B. (German: Hildegard von Bingen; Latin: Hildegardis Bingensis; 1098 – 17 September 1179), also known as Saint Hildegard and Sibyl of the Rhine, was a German Benedictine abbess, writer, composer, philosopher, Christian mystic, visionary, and polymath.[1][2] She is considered to be the founder of scientific natural history in Germany.[3] Hildegard says that she first saw "The Shade of the Living Light" at the age of three, and by the age of five she began to understand that she was experiencing visions.[20] She used the term 'visio' to this feature of her experience, and recognized that it was a gift that she could not explain to others. Hildegard explained that she saw all things in the light of God through the five senses: sight, hearing, taste, smell, and touch.[21] Hildegard was hesitant to share her visions, confiding only to Jutta, who in turn told Volmar, Hildegard's tutor and, later, secretary.[22] Throughout her life, she continued to have many visions, and in 1141, at the age of 42, Hildegard received a vision she believed to be an instruction from God, to "write down that which you see and hear."[23] Still hesitant to record her visions, Hildegard became physically ill. The illustrations recorded in the book of Scivias were visions that Hildegard experienced, causing her great suffering and tribulations.[24] In her first theological text, Scivias ("Know the Ways"), Hildegard describes her struggle within: But I, though I saw and heard these things, refused to write for a long time through doubt and bad opinion and the diversity of human words, not with stubbornness but in the exercise of humility, until, laid low by the scourge of God, I fell upon a bed of sickness; then, compelled at last by many illnesses, and by the witness of a certain noble maiden of good conduct [the nun Richardis von Stade] and of that man whom I had secretly sought and found, as mentioned above, I set my hand to the writing. While I was doing it, I sensed, as I mentioned before, the deep profundity of scriptural exposition; and, raising myself from illness by the strength I received, I brought this work to a close – though just barely – in ten years. (...) And I spoke and wrote these things not by the invention of my heart or that of any other person, but as by the secret mysteries of God I heard and received them in the heavenly places. And again I heard a voice from Heaven saying to me, 'Cry out therefore, and write thus!'[25] ---- #Scivias book Contents[edit] The divisions of the book follows, based largely on the illuminations, using the titles assigned each vision by Adelgundis Führkötter, the editor of the critical edition (the original text does not give titles). Where multiple titles are given, multiple illuminations are provided.[20] Each vision is followed by commentary divided into sections (given functional titles in the original manuscripts), the number of which is designated in parentheses.[21] Foreword Part I God, the Light-Giver and Humanity (6) The Fall (33) God, Cosmos, and Humanity (31) Humanity and Life (32) Synagogue (8) The Choirs of Angels (12) Illumination accompanying the second vision of Part II Part II The Savior (17) The Triune God (9) The Church as Mother of Believers – The Baptism (37) Anointed with Virtue – The Confirmation (14) The Hierarchy of the Church (60) The Sacrifice of Christ and the Church; Continuation of the Mystery in the Partaking of the Sacrifice (102) Humanity's Fight Against Evil; The Tempter (25) Part III The Omnipotent; The Extinguished Stars (18) The Building (28) The Tower of Preparation; The Divine Virtues in the Tower of Preparation (13) The Pillar of the Word of God; The Knowledge of God (22) The Zeal of God (33) The Triple Wall (35) The Pillar of the Trinity (11) The Pillar of the Humanity of the Savior (25) The Tower of the Church (29) The Son of Man (32) The End of Time (42) The Day of the Great Revelation; The New Heaven and the New Earth (16) Praise of the Holy (16) -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hildegard_of_Bingen -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scivias
Blessed Hildegard Burjan, an Austrian politician who defended life and the poor
 
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John Kelly and Maite Itoiz singing the "Secret Forest" song
 
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John and I singing one of the songs of the CD, with some images in the forest of St. Michael of Aralar, in Navarra. It was freezing in the forest...
Views: 77470 Elfenthal Official
Sofia the First The Secret Library - 'Save the Day' Music Video | Official Disney Junior Africa
 
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Watch the princess perform Save the World from Sofia the First The Secret Library!
Views: 2104179 Disney Channel Africa
Vision - Hildegard von Bingen (HD)
 
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Vision - Hildegard von Bingen (HD) Enjoy! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Disclaimer: All rights go to their respected owners.
Views: 3260 Inspired Music
Schola Antiqua: "Music in Secret"
 
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Schola Antiqua presents a concert of medieval and early modern music by and for women in the convent, including works by Hildegard von Bingen and Sulpitia Cesis. Naomi Gregory, guest conductor and organist. Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester. October 26, 2017.
Views: 4 Schola Antiqua
Hildegard: Siren Song
 
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#hildegardband Sasha Masakowski, vocals Cliff Hines, guitar Max Zemanovic, drums Max Moran, bass John Maestas, guitar www.hildegardband.com www.facebook.com/hildegardband [email protected]
Views: 483 Hildegard Band
Hildegard von Bingen - Pre-Renaissance (Tribute)
 
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Hildegard von Bingen - Circa 1098-1179 Biography researched by Charles Moffat - 2002. http://www.feministezine.com/feminist/HildegardVonBingen-FeministNun.html "She was a poet, author, philosopher, theologian, singer, musician, composer, playwright, artist, architect, biographer, doctor, botanist, herbalist, visionary, preacher, seer, prophet and a Saint. Hildegard is credited with inventing opera. She endorsed beer drinking for the nuns because she believed the drinking water was not safe and it gave them a rosy complexion. She invented her own coded language. Early Life: Born in the Rhineland. Her parents gave her to the church when she was 8 and she was sent to live with a "holy hermit"/nun named Jutta of Sponheim, who lived beside a monastery (St. Disibod). The church became a popular place for women spiritualists and Jutta became their mother superior. Hildegard took vows during her teens and when Jutta died when Hildegard was 38, she replaced Jutta as the mother superior. During her youth she experienced visions but kept them secret. Rise to Power: After becoming mother superior, she had a vision that she should spread the knowledge of her visions instead of keeping them secret. She began recording her visions with the aid of a monk. Her writing and letters became popular and the abbey overflowed with the arrival of novice nuns. After a power struggle in 1150 with the abbot who wanted her to stay at St. Disibod, she moved to Rupertsberg (near Bingen) and brought 50 nuns with her, to found a new abbey. The abbey became so popular she had to found a second abbey in Eibingen, less than 8 miles away. She was the architect for both abbeys, which included running water and large workshops for the nuns to develop their artistic and intellectual skills. She promoted reading, theology, warm baths, regular exercise, singing, and musical instruments. She did not trust the local water, and thus promoted beer drinking. Her abilities as a doctor made her respected as a miracle woman. According to legends, the crowds that gathered for miracle healing were so bad that her fellow nuns tried to convince the bishop to order her to stop performing miracles. She wrote two books on medicine, Scivias and Causae et Curae (Cause and Cure), as well as numerous other writings about herbalism, botany, geology, biographies of Saints. She wrote plays, poetry and wrote/directed the first operas. She went on four preaching tours, each lasting several years. Preaching for women was illegal, but she did it anyway. She refused to allow the church to treat women as subservient to men, she rejected negative stereotypes of evil seductresses, and taught that woman was indeed created in the image and likeness of god. Later Years: At the age of 80, she defied the church by burying a revolutionary at her abbey. Fellow clerics ordered her to exhume the body. She protested that the man had had his sins absolved. The clerics authorized local authorities to exhume the body, but she formally blessed all of the graves and then removed the tombstones so that they could not tell which grave was his. The clerics placed a ban on mass and music within her abbey, but the ban was later lifted. Sainthood: The process of becoming a Saint began after her death, but it was never completed for unknown reasons. Her cult of followers remained in the Rhineland, and in 1940 the Vatican finally acknowledged her sanctity and made her a saint. Her feast day is September 17th. Popularity: The Cult of Hildegard, nuns who revered her teachings continue to live in the Rhineland. New Age spiritualist, Matthew Fox, established her in his writings as a strong feminine figure. Musicologists credit her with the invention of opera and a Gregorian composer. The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians gives her 6 pages. Violinist Jocelyn Montgomery has a CD out on Hildegard's music. There are several statues of her in the Rhineland and numerous paintings. Historians of science, religion and feminism have written numerous books on her within the last 10 years." The Vatican is currently in the process of recognizing her as a Doctor of the Church, of which there has only been 5 previously. As Bertolt Brecht (dramatist) would say, Popularity is dependent upon having an audience. Hildegard has a very big audience with a variety of different tastes. Music Credits - Ashana - All is Forgiven Album 2006 © Images are copyright of their respective owners, assignees or others - video used for non profit purposes
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Divine Happiness - Text: Hildegard of Bingen, Music: Nancy Faber
 
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Text: Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179) (Trans.) Sharon Therese Nemeth Composer and Pianist: Nancy Faber Mezzo-Soprano: Lucy Thompson When I gaze with open eyes at what You, my God, have created here, Heaven is already mine. In serenity I gather into my lap roses and lilies, roses and lilies and everything green while praising Your works. I ascribe my works to You. Joy springs from sadness and joy brings divine happiness. When I gaze with open eyes at what You, my God, have created here, Heaven is already mine. Amen.
Hildegard von Bingen - CD
 
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O Nobilissima Viriditas. "Un incunable dans toute discothèque médiévale... havre bienfaisant de paix et de joie." Répertoire "On aime sans réserve... La révélation d'une voix qui nous plonge dans un halo de lumière, de paix et d'enchantement ...magnifique acoustique de la Collégiale de Champeaux." Diapason Catherine Schroeder, accompagnée selon les pièces de Catherine Sergent (soprano), Deya Marshall (cloches), Emmanuel Bonnardot (vièle), Stéphane Gallet (ney). Enregistrer après avoir été donné dans le cadre du Festival d'Art Sacré de Champeaux. Label Champeaux, éditions du Cloître Saint Martin, distribution Codæx. http://www.collegialedechampeaux.com/compact-disc.htm Mail : [email protected] Vidéo réalisée par Samuel Vauthrin © Le Cloître Saint Martin
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The Last Vampire on Earth - Full Movie
 
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Chloe is a college student studying Anthropology. Aurelius is studying Hematology. They seemingly have nothing in common, except both have a secret. When brought together in a Literature Class, Chloe and Aurelius seem like the most unlikely of friends. Chloe is a pastor's daughter. Aurelius is a pale loner. When Chloe reaches out to try and befriend him surprising things happen. This is a story of humanity, love, and blind superstition. It's amazing what can happen when you reach out to a stranger. Your whole world might get turned upside down.
Hildegarde, Derek Williams Orchestrator, Martin Armiger Music
 
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Derek WIlliams Orchestrator. Original music by Martin Armiger. IMDB reference at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0268358/fullcredits#cast
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ST HILDEGARD: "ANTICHRIST WILL BE STRUCK WITH LIGHTENING"
 
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ST. HILDEGARD'S PROPHECY TELLS US THAT JESUS WILL HAVE THE VICTORY OVER THE SON OF PERDITION AT THE END! AMEN!
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Hildegard Peplau
 
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A look at the life and work of Hildegard Peplau
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Clara, Melli, Hildegard e Adrian
 
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Sofia the First - That's Not Who I Am
 
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Sofia the First - That's Not Who I Am "S04E05 - The Mystic Isles" -Lyrics [Sofia: Just what? The Rompkins made you their queen, and they need you. You know it's the right thing to do.] [Amber: I want to help him, to help everyone here, but Sofia... I'm not sure I can. I'm starting to think there's a reason why you get to be story keeper, and have a special amulet, and I don't.] Amber: Every day I watch you give your all to those in need Every place we go you make things better with your good deeds You're the one who saves the day of that, there's no doubt You're so strong, a natural hero inside and out But that's not who I am Though it makes my heart break That's not who I am I don't have what it takes So today I caused Nothing but trouble, can't you see Every place we've gone I've been thinking only of me I'm the one who let harm come To all our new friends I was wrong to think that I'm brave, It was all just pretend 'Cause that's not who I am Though it makes my heart break That's not who I am I don't have what it takes [Sofia: But that's not true, Amber. There's so many times I've seen you do the right thing.] [Amber: You have?] [Sofia: Yes. You rescued Dad and James from the jade jaguar. You went after Mom when you thought she was taken by Selians. You even helped fix Clio and Hildegard's friendship. [Amber: I guess there were times when I put others first.] [Sofia: Yes. You do have it in you, Amber.] Sofia: You're the one I've counted on to stand by my side You're so strong, a natural hero when you reach deep inside 'Cause that's just who you are We all make mistakes That's just who you are You've got what it takes Amber: Yes, that is who I am I'll fix my mistakes And I'll come through, do all I'm meant to do 'Cause that is who I am
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The Secret of Hildegards [FINAL]
 
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Help Abigail Hildegard find her father and wake Adalar from his dream in The Secret of Hidergards, a fun Hidden Object game! After her Uncle Talbot betrays the family and succumbs to the dark side, it's up to you and Abigail to defend the family and prevent the evil from being released back into our world! Explore amazing locations and stop Talbot from opening the dreaded Gates!
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ST HILDEGARD: "ANTICHRIST WILL TEACH FREE LOVE AND TEAR APART FAMILES"
 
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THE AGENDA OF THE ANTICHRIST IS TO DO WHAT SATAN WANTS: DESTROY THE FAMILY OF GOD.
Views: 3224 prolifeformankind.com
ST. HILDEGARD AND ST. FRANCIS PROPHECY ON ANTIPOPE
 
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This is what the Saints have to say about the Anti-pope. ITs worth a consideration. Remember, much can be and is being mitigated by prayer!
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SDI Pilgrims Sing Viriditas in the Benedictine Abbey of Saint Hildegard
 
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Spiritual Directors International celebrated the Feast Day of Saint Hildegard of Bingen in Germany by singing Viriditas in the Benedictine Abbey of Saint Hildegard. Listen to SDI pilgrims from Australia, Canada, Ireland, South Korea, and the United States join together in song. For more information on Saint Hildegard of Bingen click here http://bit.ly/SDIHildegard.
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Know It All Song | Sofia The First | Official Disney Junior UK HD
 
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Sofia explains to Hildegard that she doesn't need to be a know it all to make friends! Watch this episode of Sofia The First on Disney Junior UK, and for more fun and games from all of your favourite shows, head over to: http://www.disneyjunior.co.uk/ Want more updates and exclusive goodies? Like our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/DisneyJuniorUK
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