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MIRIAM DELICADO at the Project Camelot Awake and Aware Conference, 19 September 2009, talking about her book ALIEN BLUE STAR - and the important message it brings. Miriam Delicado's website: bluestarprophecy.com PROJECT CAMELOT http .
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Miriam Cani & Alban Skenderaj - Let me die with you - Official Video
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ALBAN SKENDERAJ & MIRIAM CANI " LET ME DIE WITH YOU "
*ish super happy with the screencap YT gave for this!* *beams* Finally it's done! I'm pretty happy with this for the most part, though some of the timing and chromakeying still bugs me a little lol. Anyway, enjoy! Oh and here's some general information, since the vid gets confusing at times. You probably shouldn't read this until after you watch it. [MAJOR SPOILER WARNING!] Key Points: -When Frollo's talking in the beginning, he's talking about himself, though Miriam doesn't know it. -Young Miriam watches Frollo at the fire and when she sees him embrace the semblance of Esmeralda she knows something is wrong and no longer trusts Frollo the way she once did. She used to love him, since he was the one who raised her. -Frollo is Miriam's father. He raped and killed Esmeralda. However, he never really wanted to kill her, just posess her, but when she fled with baby Miriam he was afraid of the truth getting out. -Once Miriam connects all the dots and threatens to turn him in, Frollo intends to kill her also. -However, Esmeralda, by the Grace of God and the Virgin Mary is able to save Miriam. Frollo is struck dead. 12 - Most Discussed (Today) - Film & Animation - Canada #38 - Top Favorited (Today) - Canada #3 - Top Favorited (Today) - Film & Animation - Canada #82 - Top Favorited (Today) - Film & Animation #61 - Top Rated (Today) - Canada #6 - Top Rated (Today) - Film & Animation - Canada #17 - Top Rated (This Week) - Film & Animation - Canada
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Malaika, which means "Angel" in Swahili, was a song first recorded by Kenyan musician Fadhili William and his band Jambo Boys in 1960. It was later re-recorded at Equator Sound Studios by the British-born Kenyan music promoter Charles Worrod, who marketed the ballad to eventually becoming an internationally acclaimed song. The song went on to be popularised by international artists such as Helmut Lottie, Hep Stars, Rocco Granata, Miriam Makeba, Harry Belafonte, Pete Seeger, Boney M and Angélique Kidjo. Source; Wikipedia
NKosi Sikeleli Africa (African National Anthem)- With Miriam Makeba, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Paul Simon, Hugh Masekela, etc Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrika ("God Bless Africa" in Xhosa language), is unofficially called the African National Anthem, anthem of the African National Congress (ANC),...
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Sedona, Arizona, September 2008 projectcamelot.org Miriam Delicado was contacted at an early age by benevolent, tall blond extraterrestrials, apparently singled out specifically for a very special role. She was advised by them to keep a low profile for many years, and finally last year, 2007, she was told by them that it was time for her to write her book: Alien Blue Star. With that, Miriam became a minor sensation as thousands of people sensed that her book seemed to have been written for each of them personally. And now Miriam is a woman on a mission: driven, articulate, passionate, and powerful, she tells a riveting story of her very real and physical contact with a highly advanced, Guardian race, and the information she was asked to pass on. Miriam is aware that there are others of her kind. The message is aimed at all people and holds special significance for what George Green labeled the 'Ground Crew': that we are nearly in what the Hopi - with whom Miriam has established a special affinity and allegiance - called the End Times; that our planet and our civilization are in great danger; and that (so far, at the time of writing) timelines do not appear to have changed... although it is always within our gift to create whatever future we collectively wish. We feel similarly driven, and it's our great privilege to assist her in her purpose by presenting this video. This may be one of the the most powerful and important interviews we have done. To contact Bill Ryan or ...
Following a three decade long exile, Miriam Makeba's return to South Africa was celebrated as though a queen was restoring her monarchy. The response was fitting as Makeba remains the most important female vocalist to emerge out of South Africa. Hailed as The Empress Of African Song and Mama Africa, Makeba helped bring African music to a global audience in the 1960s. Nearly five decades after her debut with the Manhattan Brothers, she continues to play an important role in the growth of African music. Makeba's life has been consistently marked by struggle. As the daughter of a sangoma, a mystical traditional healer of the Xhosa tribe, she spent six months of her birth year in jail with her mother. Gifted with a dynamic vocal tone, Makeba recorded her debut single, "Lakutshona Llange," as a member of the Manhattan Brothers in 1953. Although she left to form an all-female group named the Skylarks in 1958, she reunited with members of the Manhattan Brothers when she accepted the lead female role in a musical version of King Kong, which told the tragic tale of Black African boxer, Ezekiel "King Kong" Dlamani, in 1959. The same year, she began an 18 month tour of South Africa with Alf Herbert's musical extravaganza, African Jazz And Variety, and made an appearance in a documentary film, Come Back Africa. These successes led to invitations to perform in Europe and the United States. Makeba was embraced by the African-American community. "Pata Pata," Makeba's signature tune was ...
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Watch this video in full widescreen at www.youtube.com This is because YouTube is now widescreen and the old video plays incorrectly. I left this one her for all the kind comments - thank you.
This is the live version of Miriam Webster singing, "Worthy Is The Lamb". "Oh Holy Place" by Cece Winans www.youtube.com Please checkout my channel for Christian movies, music and uplifting sermons!! Thanks!
I have found out that there is two versions of Perfect Day, there is no difference in the lyric or anything. But it's a difference in sound and instruments. And this one sounds so much better! What I find sad is that this version is almost impossible to find! Video Audio: 128 KBPS - 44KHZ - STEREO
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Here is the signature song of Miriam Makeba, the greatest African singer and a living legend. Miriam Makeba (born in 1932) is a South African singer, also known by the name "Mama Afrika". She was born in Johannesberg; her mother was Swazi and her father was Xhosa. Her professional career began in the 1950's with the Manhattan Brothers, before she formed her own group, The Skylarks, singing a blend of jazz and traditional melodies of South Africa. Her break came when she starred in the anti-apartheid documentary "Come Back, Africa". When the Italian government invited her to the première of the film at the Venice Film Festival, she decided privately not to return home. Her South African passport was revoked shortly afterwards. Makeba then travelled to London where she met Harry Belafonte who assisted her in gaining entry and fame in the United States. She released many of her most famous hits there including ""Pata Pata", "The Click Song" ("Qongqothwane" in Xhosa), and "Malaika". In 1966, Makeba received the Grammy Award for Best Folk Recording together with Harry Belafonte for "An Evening With Belafonte/Makeba". In 1963, after an impassioned testimony before the United Nations Committee Against Apartheid, her records were banned in South Africa and her South African citizenship and her right to return to the country were revoked. She was persuaded to return to South Africa in 1990. In 2004, Makeba was voted 38th in the Top 100 Great South Africans. Makeba started a 14 ...
Miriam & Shoshana are hardcore Jewish gangster rappers. For more info, look 'em up on jdate. DISCLAIMER: This video is a parody and not intended to portray Orthodox Jews in an accurate light. The comedy is supposed to come from the juxtaposition of wholesome relgious girls with rough and tough gangsters. It is not based on real people. The school name, 'Bais Chana', is completely made up and not based on the real school of the same name in Los Angeles. Listen to Kara & Deena on 'The Love Drop' Tuesdays, 8pm PST at NowLive.com Featuring (in order of appearance) Kara Luiz Deena Adar Avi Rothman Keri Picolla Boris Abramov Rafi Fine Daniel Kash Seth Menachem Danny Ruckus Rebecca Egender Tess Barker Jackie Domanus Sarah Schroeder Jamie Silberhartz Keri's Niece (Rachel) Keri's Nephew (Brendan) Mark Kashper Irina Kashper Baboushka Special Thanks Rafi Fine Lisa nee Picolla Justin Rettke Kyle Lane orenfilm.com
Advice of Miriam to newly elected senators during her 62nd birthday.
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Pata Pata by Miriam Makeba
The rain has moved on And left a new day Nothing seems to move everything is still It's just a perfect day The shadows and light That move with the wind Hidden violets grow splashed with summer spray Just another perfect day On the wild and misty hillside Fear is nature's warning Hunger here is never far away And all of this world Is for children who play Days that never end always should remain Another perfect day
Recorded live at Berns Salonger in Stockholm on February 3, 1966
Miriam talks about being transgender.
Miriam talks about her past & explains what shes looking for in a man.
The most beautiful girl in the world pictures of the classic beauty of Monica Bellucci, with classic song by Procol Harum(A Whiter Shade of Pale). Born in 1964 in the Italian village of Citta di Castello
CREDIT FOR AFRICAN MUSIC IN THE US
Miriam picks her final bachelor & tells them shes transgender.
Miriam talks about her past.
Last 2 bachelors read love poems to Miriam.
African Concert - Graceland - Under African Skies - Bajo los cielos de Africa -
Today monday 10 November 2008 we mourn the death of Miriam Makeba. Hamba Kahle Mama Africa! I was fortunate and very privileged to have had a chance to see her in concert in Holland just a few days ago, last wednesday evening in Tilburg and last friday in Amsterdam. She was at her very best and will be greatly missed. As a son of South Africans living in exile during the dark days of apartheid i grew up with her music. In this clip, which i first posted 2 years ago, Miriam Makeba sings her most famous song Pata Pata during a performance in the Dutch TV-studios in Hilversum, september 1979. Joining her on stage towards the end of the song is her granddaughter Zenzi. Zenzi's mother (the late Bongi Makeba) is one of the backing vocalists (in the blue dress).
the MV to the subsong of le femme desperado called woman with a past sung by miriam yeung :)DVD quality.
Two Good Shows April 18, 2006 concert at Hong Kong Coliseum - Justin 側田chats with his special guest Miriam
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