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at Apr 23, 2014 5:12:15 AM
Deborah Mailman Height and Weight, Bra Size, Body Measurements http://ow.ly/w3PnG
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at Apr 23, 2014 5:12:16 AM
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chuckincardinal
at Apr 16, 2014 12:00:40 PM
The Buzz Honey of the Queens by Dan Winter with Deborah Louth & David Yarrow [editted 10/28/96] 

Honey carries codes of stars and planets as they beam their energy to Earth. Flowers, being of the highest energy vibration in the Natural World, carry the codes of geometry that interlock Earth's magnetic grid with the paths of the stars. 

Flowers, then, capture and hold this information, and release it in their pollen and nectar. Pollen, the male seed element -- the sperm -- of plants, fertilizes flowers in plants' reproductive climax.... and, ultimately, too, the honeybee queen. Workers of the honeybee kingdom graciously collect the sacred nectar and pollen -- food of worker bees and drones, and raw material for queen-making royal jelly. Royal jelly, known as "bee's milk," is in the sense of Gaia, "lactate," and contains the DNA-RNA braid of hive memory.

 God Save the Queen! This article is inspired by the 1996 disaster ("dis-astare" = disconnect from stars) of North American beekeeping, when 90% of honeybee hives died from mite infestation.. Ultimately, the practice of killing and replacing queens is the single most awful cause of this widespread death of American honeybees, and collapse of the bee industry.

Scientists scratch their heads at this death of immune strength of virtually every beehive, while their other blind hand passes laws saying beekeepers MUST kill the queen every time a hive burps with ANYTHING even slightly uncomfortable to the ..... checkbook. ... requeen if you have a failing queen, ... requeen if there is a hint of assertiveness in your hive ... requeen if hive reproduction is even slight bother to cash flow 

"THE QUEEN CONTROLS THE HIVE THROUGH PHEROMONES, WHILE HER REPRODUCTIVE MATERIAL ACTS AS THE GENETIC GRAND CENTRAL STATION FOR HER OFFSPRING." --

 quote from "Buying Queens: What You Need to Know," by Walter Clark, Bee Culture Magazine, March 94. Regular routine re-queening of hives -- as often as every other year - - prevents natural hive reproduction and swarming. Imagine never having the ecstatic rush of the vortex in a swarm dance of bees around a free queen. How would our children be if systematically deprived of reproductive ecstacy for generations? Eventually, twinkle would be lost and they would fall ill. 

Queens are intended to live to the seventh generation, much like the Peacemaker instructed native Americans. What would happen to native immune systems if tribal councils were genetically destroyed every two years, like beekeepers do queens? In a sense, commercial queen producers don't sell queens. Like breeders of other domesticated animals, they sell TRAITS, or their shallow idea of what BEE MEMORY SHOULD BEE... 

A newly arrived queen, fresh from the mailman's pouch, is an alien royalty that may not be accepted by bees. Or she may not be up to her tasks, not well-prepared for her job. Conservation of Memory But the real issue is the discontinuity of memory. This is in truth the cause of the weakeniing and collapse of hive immune identity. Deborah says beekeepers imagine the natural state is new queens kill old queens in a ritual. Really, THEY HAVE NO IDEA IF CRITICAL HIVE MEMORY PASSES BETWEEN QUEENS IN THAT RITUAL.

 In Frank Herbert's DUNE, when a dying Reverend Mother queen passed her memory to her successor, their skulls touched, and sparks of memory inhabited the younger queen's dreamspace. After that, all the old queen's life-memory flowed in the young. If, instead of killing and replacing queens, we catch the new swarm, we would prove we can make a home for the hive worth the service provided later by a percentage of the sweetness.

 Mysteriously, the modern apiary practice of feeding honeybees sugarwater started just before the current onset of bee destruction and rapid spread of tracheal mites. Such sugarwater lacks the essential trace elements, oils and molecular geometries needed to store magnetic charge, and thus is empty of memory, devoid of information, and context poor. 

Shape of Memory Honeybees wander into fields looking for what flowers produce in their folder of nectar. In flower, plants open their innermost essences to the outer environment, and an electromagnetic channel is created between sky and soil.... from heaven into the earth. This ultimate moment of sexual fulfillment is carefully timed within complex rhytmns of season, weather, ecology, and soil. At the moment of bloom, a flower is charged by the polarized flux between atmosphere and ground. To a pollinating insect, a mature, ripe blossom is lit up in like an ELF lightbulb, signaling its readiness for fertilization and the availability of bee-feed.

 Most plants display their greatest color, form and scent at this ecstatic climax of their life cycle. A flower's shape harvests MAGNETISM, and puts that charge into the blossoms -- a plant's minute cradle to hold that charge. Every type of flower yields a unique honey imprinted with distinct flavor imparted by its special blend of trace minerals, essential oils and complex bio- molecules. Nectar's liquid crystal rings of sugar, doped with minute blends of trace elements and essential oils, act like a solid state device, transforming carbohydrate crystals into semi- and superconductors. So the shape of long-wave flux in the land's magnetic braid concresces and converges into pollen and nectar. The SHAPE of the local flower field is fractal folded as orderly spin (charge) in geometric array. 

Therefore, nectar is literally the FOLDED SURFACE OF THE LAND. EL-LAND- GUAGE is literally "the gauge of the land." In pollen, this charge condenses as crystal bio-molecular geometry. If the bioregion's long-wave magnetism looks like a flower, then you get flowers. If local geomagnetism looks like a tangled mess, then you get desert, no flowers, no nectar, no honey, no memory. This fractal infolding and encoding of magnetic shape into embedded memory captured in geometric crystal forms is the essence of Geomancy. Sweet Memories Thus, coded memory of shape in land's long-wave magnetic web is folded into nectar and pollen. Immunity requires identity ("eye-dent-I-tie") rooted in memory -- how fold is coded in braid on a folded surface. Sweetness is always only a measure of how efficient and extensive is the BRAIDING. Braid the land's magnetism well, and you get sweetness. Honey is concentrated essences of plants in their act of braiding DNA -- the memory of vegetal ecstacy. 
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New On Netflix UK
at Apr 1, 2014 9:32:12 AM
Rabbit-Proof Fence

During Australia's aboriginal integration program, three girls who were torn from their families and placed in an abusive orphanage vow to get home.

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Watch now: http://movies.netflix.com/WiMovie/60022990

Year: 2002
Certificate: PG
Duration: 1hr 33m
Available in HD

Cast: Everlyn Sampi, Tianna Sansbury, Laura Monaghan, David Gulpilil, Deborah Mailman, Jason Clarke, Kenneth Branagh

IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0252444/
IMDB Rating: 7.5/10
Netflix Rating: 3.7/5

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Rabbit-Proof Fence
During Australia's aboriginal integration program, three girls who were torn from their families and placed in an abusive orphanage vow to get home.
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Reeanne Keena
at Feb 23, 2014 9:33:21 AM
Australian talent:

The Sapphires is a 2012 Australian musical comedy-drama film produced by Goalpost Pictures and distributed by Hopscotch Films, based on the 2004 stage play of the same name which is loosely based on a true story.[5] The film is directed by Wayne Blair and written by Keith Thompson and Tony Briggs, the latter of whom wrote the play. The film is about four indigenous women, Gail (Deborah Mailman), Julie (Jessica Mauboy), Kay (Shari Sebbens) and Cynthia (Miranda Tapsell), who are discovered by a talent scout (Chris O'Dowd), and form a music group called The Sapphires, travelling to Vietnam in 1968 to sing for troops during the war. Production began in 2010, with the casting of the four members of The Sapphires, and filming taking place throughout New South Wales in Australia and Vietnam during August and September 2011.
The Sapphires made its world premiere at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival on 19 May 2012 during its out of competition screenings, was theatrically released in Australia on 9 August and received a limited release in the United States on March 22, 2013.
Jessica Mauboy- I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)
Jessica Mauboy performing one of the songs from the movie The Sapphires releasing in the month of August.
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deborah rabbit white
at Feb 2, 2014 3:16:06 AM
Mailman Battles Cat While Attempting to Deliver Mail
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Lisa Shen
at Jan 10, 2014 9:25:56 AM
Cast: Chris O’Dowd, Deborah Mailman, Jessica Mauboy Director: Wayne Blair Time: 103mins Rating: PG-13 In 1968, 4 young Aboriginal sisters …Continue reading »
The Sapphires (2012)
Cast: Chris O'Dowd, Deborah Mailman, Jessica Mauboy Director: Wayne Blair Time: 103mins Rating: PG-13 In 1968, 4 young Aboriginal sisters band together and started a band together. On the way they ...
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Gareth James
at Dec 21, 2013 7:22:37 PM
The Sapphires (Wayne Blair, 2012)
Kay (Shari Sebbens), Cynthia (Miranda Tapsell), Julie (Jessica Mauboy), Gail (Deborah Mailman) Put a Motown song in a film and I’m usually happy. Build a film around an all-girl Australian aboriginal singing group touring Vietnam in the 1960s with Motown hi...
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sohail ahmed
at Dec 4, 2013 1:18:35 PM
The Sapphires (2012) Watch Full Hollywood Movie Online Free
Also Known As : Les Saphirs Directed By :  Wayne Blair Written By :  Tony Briggs, Keith Thompson Main Stars :  Chris O’Dowd, Deborah Mailman, Jessica Mauboy, Shari Sebbens, Miranda Tapsell, Tory Kittles, Eka Darville, Tanika Lonesborough, Nioka Brennan Movi...
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James O'Brien
at Nov 17, 2013 6:56:22 AM
The Darkside

I went to one of (maybe the first public screening) of the new film by Warwick Thornton, previously known for such brilliant works as Samson and Delilah (director) and The Sapphires (director of photography).

In contrast to the clear, strong narrative of those two films, you need to work out your own “narrative” for The Darkside, as the film is based on a series of social history interviews with people about “ghost stories”.

But rather than feature the original interviews, well known actors (both Indigenous and non-Indigenous) are brought in to relay the stories.

Although there were a few stories which I didn’t understand (as the narrative wasn’t that clear), a few which I thought would have been better simply as audio (it’s the radio guy in me thinking the story didn’t need pictures), there were a few stories which really resonated with me. There’s a story, for example, of a “sighting” of the spirit of a young child near Coober Pedy which is beautifully illustrated as the artist Ben Quilty paints the scene. There’s also a lovely story presented by Deborah Mailman (featuring Marcia Langton in the background) which is fantastic, simply because it’s Deborah. Aaron Pederson brings great humour and authenticity to his story.

The final scene, where a young woman describes the slow painful death of an infant (and where she felt guided and supported by her granny), was the one where the film made sense for me. There’s a moment earlier in The Darkside, where one of the actors explains he believes that when you die, your body goes into the ground, your soul goes to your creator, and your spirit remains living amongst us.

The film will have a cinematic release at some point soon (I understand) and will also be a series of half-hour programs which will run on ABC-TV next year.

After the movie, we popped downstairs to the Corroboree Festival bar, enjoyed a chat, a drink, and the wonderful tunes of Frank Yamma.
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Sydney Opera House 40th Anniversary Concert
It was an honor to be part of the 40th SOH Anniversary Concert yesterday. What an exceptional line-up of artists, including Deborah Mailman, Baz Luhrmann, Sarah Blasko, John Butler, Megan Washington, Paul Grabowsky and members of the Wharf Revue. The Concert closed with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra performing the work that opened the Opera House in October 1973, Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, featuring soloists from Opera Australia and the ...
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40th Anniversary Concert Sydney Opera House
I am looking forward to working with the lovely Deborah Mailman, Sarah Blasko and many more at the Sydney Opera House's 40th Anniversary Concert.
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THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD
What a pleasure it was to work with the lovely Deborah Mailman. Cover page Spectrum Saturday 5th of October 2013. Hair and Make-up by Sandra Wograndl
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Karen Rogers
at Nov 10, 2013 3:24:36 AM
I SEE DEAD PEOPLE: The secret life of Aussie actor Deborah Mailman.

http://ow.ly/qC08e (Premium Content)
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Irene Velvick
at Oct 31, 2013 8:23:34 AM
After taking out Most Outstanding Drama at this year's Logie Awards, the critically acclaimed Redfern Now is back.

Starring Deborah Mailman, Wayne Blair, Leah Purcell, Craig McLachlan and Meyne Wyatt, don't miss six extraordinary new stories.

ABC TV | http://ab.co/1f0UhAD
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Jai Goulding
at Oct 30, 2013 9:37:41 PM
‘Redfern Now’ is the first drama series written, directed and produced by Indigenous Australians. The highly celebrated and multi award winning drama of 2012. Recipient of most outstanding drama at this year's ‘TV Week Logie Awards’, the critically acclaimed program now returns for another extraordinary season. When a freak accident takes the life of his partner Richard, Peter has to fight Richard's mother to keep custody of their daughter. Cast: Kirk Page, Noni Hazlehurst, and Deborah Mailman. Tonight ABC TV1 8.30 AET. – See also ….
 
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Redfern Now
Six extraordinary stories one unmissable series. Redfern Now is the first drama series written, directed and produced by Indigenous Australians. The highly celebrated and multi award winning drama of 2012. Recipient of Most Outstanding Drama at this year's TV Week Logie Awards, the critically acclaimed Redfern Now returns for another extraordinary season.
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Laura Mitchell
at Oct 29, 2013 8:26:33 AM

Film Review: The Sapphires
The film that shone Director Wayne Blair with stars of The Sapphires (from left) Miranda Tapsell, Jessica Mauboy, Shari Sebbens and Deborah Mailman. Photo from IMDB.  It’s not often that an Australian film is selected for...
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