Dr. Emoto

Masaru Emoto, "Les messages cachés de l'eau" (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by TimMa at June 5, 2013
Masaru Emoto, "Les messages cachés de l'eau" (repost)

Masaru Emoto, "Les messages cachés de l'eau"
Publisher: Guy Tredaniel | 2004 | ISBN: 284445545X | French | PDF/DJVU | 186 pages | 27/6 Mb

Les découvertes du Docteur Emoto révolutionnent notre vision de l'univers. Utilisant les prises de vue à vitesse ultrarapide, le Dr Masaru Emoto s'est aperçu que les cristaux d'eau formés par le gel révèlent la transformation subie par l'eau lorsque des pensées spécifiques et convergentes sont dirigées vers elle. …

Water Crystals In Motion - Dr Masaru Emoto  Video

Posted by typotype at July 27, 2007
Water Crystals In Motion - Dr Masaru Emoto

Messages From Water - Water Crystals In Motion - Dr Masaru Emoto
English documentary | 43 min | XVid 720x528 | 128 kbps vbr mp3 | 25 fps | 430 Mb

Extrodinnary water information

The Healing Power of Water  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by IrGens at May 22, 2017
The Healing Power of Water

The Healing Power of Water by Masaru Emoto
English | September 1, 2007 | ISBN: 1401908764, 1401908772 | EPUB | 240 pages | 10.3 MB

Masaru Emoto, "L'eau, mémoire de nos émotions"  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by TimMa at Dec. 11, 2014
Masaru Emoto, "L'eau, mémoire de nos émotions"

Masaru Emoto, "L'eau, mémoire de nos émotions"
Publisher: Guy Tredaniel | 2006 | ISBN: 2844456561 | French | EPUB | 166 pages | 33.14 Mb

Dans ce nouvel ouvrage, Masaru Emoto poursuit ses recherches révolutionnaires sur le pouvoir de l'eau, sur sa capacité à "imprimer" toute information qu'elle reçoit : écrite, orale ou musicale. …

Kanzo Sensei (Dr. Akagi) (1998) [DVD9] [2003]  Video

Posted by evaristegalois at Feb. 1, 2011
Kanzo Sensei (Dr. Akagi) (1998) [DVD9] [2003]

Kanzo Sensei (Dr. Akagi) (1998) [DVD9] [2003]
A Film by Shohei Imamura
1 Original Dual-Layer DVD Image (.ISO) = 6.13 Gb | Complete Scans HQ PDF (800 dpi): 9.61 MB | 400 Mb RARs | FileSonic/Netload/FileServe/Hotfile
Drama/War | 1.85:1 | Color | Japanese Dolby Digital 2.0 | English Subtitles (hardcoded) | 128 min

At once both an eccentric black comedy and a humanistic portrait of pre-Hiroshima Japan, Dr. Akagi is a triumphant work that solidifies Shohei Imamura's status as Japan's greatest living film-maker. Bubbling over with doses of savage wit, kinky sexuality, and apocalyptic uncertainty, the film writes a prescription for weirdness that is hard to forget. Set on small Japanese island in the final days of World War II, Dr. Akagi is the story of one man's obsession to retain his decency and stamp out a deadly disease. When a dreaded epidemic breaks out, Akagi takes to literally running from house call to house call. From the fringes of Japanese society, the un-orthodox physician soon gathers a motley crew of helpers: a dissolute monk, a nihilistic morphine-addicted surgeon, an ex-prostitute, and a wounded Dutch soldier. Using medical practices that aren't strictly from the manual, Akagi and his group make a loony and quixotic effort to locate the disease-causing microbes. It's an uphill battle; the real enemy, however, is not illness, but the spreading militaristic mania that overcame Japan in the last days of the war. Dr. Akagi is a completely original film that mixes sex, the atomic bomb, and germs with the dark comedy that is Imamura's trademark. But like his previously acclaimed films (The Eel, Vengeance is Mine), the director also makes an important statement – Dr. Akagi poweruflly portrays Japan's moral weakness during WWII.

Shohei Imamura-Kanzo sensei ('Dr. Akagi') (1998)  Video

Posted by FNB47 at Nov. 29, 2007
Shohei Imamura-Kanzo sensei ('Dr. Akagi') (1998)

Shohei Imamura-Kanzo sensei ('Dr. Akagi') (1998)
1467.6 MB | 2:09:16 | Japanese with English s/t | XviD, 1320 Kb/s | 624x352

Summer 1945 in a Japanese seaside village near Hiroshima. The local physician, Dr. Akagi, trying to stem a life threatening epidemic, enlists a motley but lively crew of outcasts from Japan's militaristic society to help him. Imamura's lifelong commitment to the idealism and absurdity of daily life attains profound new levels of insight in this Cannes Film Festival selection.

Seminar (04/2005) Masaru Emoto - The True Power Of Water  Video

Posted by typotype at Aug. 3, 2007
Seminar (04/2005) Masaru Emoto - The True Power Of Water

Masaru Emoto - The True Power Of Water - Seminar (April 20 2005)
English Documentary | 1h:58min | XviD 720x480 | 128 Kbps VBR MP3 | 25 fps | 880 Mb
presentation power of the water

Seminar (04/2005) Masaru Emoto - The True Power Of Water

Masaru Emoto - Message de l'Eau  Video

Posted by typotype at July 26, 2007
Masaru Emoto - Message de l'Eau

La magie des travaux de Masaru Emoto sur l'eau et l'influence de la pensée
French documentary | 36 min | XVid 720x528 | 128 kbps vbr mp3 | 25 fps | 378 Mb
Sorry only in french but interesting for english speaker

Amplifier - Trippin' With Dr. Faustus (2017)  Music

Posted by v3122 at Aug. 15, 2017
Amplifier - Trippin' With Dr. Faustus (2017)

Amplifier - Trippin' With Dr. Faustus (2017)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log
Rockosms, ROK 148 | ~ 409 Mb | Scans(jpg) -> 4.93 Mb
Psychedelic / Space Rock

Amplifier have always been at a crossroad between underground and mainstream. Initially, they tried their hands at the latter, the self-titled debut and Insider boasting some more radio-friendly material that managed at times to condense their awesomeness into 3-4 tight minutes. Still, dissatisfied with all the corporate environment and its less-to-no interest in sonic substance, the band independently released the massive Octopus, which was more or less a *** you to commercial viability…

The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T. (1953)  Video

Posted by Without at Aug. 13, 2017
The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T. (1953)

The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T. (1953)
BDRip | MKV | 720x540 | AVC@1729 Kbps | English AAC@64 Kbps | 1 channels | 1 h 28 min | 1.11 GB
BDRip 720p | MKV | 960x720 | AVC@4641 kb/s | English AC3@640 kb/s | 1 channel | 1 h 28 min | 3.27 GB
BDRip 1080p | MKV | 1440x1080 | AVC@9930 kb/s | English AC3@640 kb/s | 1 channel | 1 h 28 min | 6.55 GB
Genre: Family, Fantasy, Music

The bane of adolescent Bart Collins' existence is the piano lessons he is forced to take under the tutelage of Dr. Terwilliker, the only person he admits he detests because of his dictatorial nature. Bart feels Dr. Terwilliker has undue influence for these lessons on his widowed mother, Heloise Collins. The one person who sympathizes with Bart, although quietly on the sidelines, is the Collins' plumber, August Zabladowski. Bart hates his life associated with the piano so much he often daydreams when he practices and even during his lessons. His latest dream has him imprisoned in the fantastical Terwilliker Institute in the day before its grand opening. Terwilliker's second in command at the Institute is his mother, although she has been hypnotized into her position, which will also soon be as Mrs. Dr. Terwilliker. Bart tries to convince Mr. Zabladowski, who is there to install the Institute's plumbing, to save his mother and himself from Terwilliker. Bart also hopes that Zabladowski …