Rosenthal and Ophelia

Ophelia 1851-2 Sir John Everett Millais, Bt 1829-1896 Presented by Sir Henry Tate 1894

Advertisements Ophelia by John Everett Millais dated 1851–1852 The painting by Sir John Everett Millais a British artist was completed around 1851 – 1852. Depicting the death of Ophelia singing while floating in a river just before she drowns, pulled down by the weight of her dress made heavy from the water. The scene is described… Continue reading Rosenthal and Ophelia

Crew Message: Rosenthal

Advertisements Transcript It’s um… A bit lonely here sometimes And I don’t know if I will ever see you again Just don’t forget me ok? Bye Rosenthal is a surname believed to come from a very old German origin, possibly one of the very first on record. Dubbed an “ornamental” it translates literally… Continue reading Crew Message: Rosenthal

Alien Bible: The Cosmic Horror of Eternal Return

Advertisements Did you know the repetitive beats of the Alien movies and books are all intentional? These repeating motifs are part of the cosmic horror of ‘Eternal Return’ also known as ‘Eternal Recurrence,’ and this premise is part of the ‘Alien Bible’ which dictates the structure of the franchise. Such beliefs were held in Indian… Continue reading Alien Bible: The Cosmic Horror of Eternal Return