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"Zombie" genes are activated after death

“The boundaries, which divide Life from Death, are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where the one ends, and where the other begins?” 389 more words

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Short science-fiction film: Ouroboros

The quantum physicist Dr. Faye O’Neill creates an artificial wormhole and achieves a breakthrough in teleportation. But the wormhole brings an unexpected visitor – Faye’s future self – with a warning that the teleportation device threatens the fabric of spacetime and the very existence of the universe. 16 more words


Damned - 2.03

The others were already at the compound’s doors. The gates were set at the end of a trench dug into the rock. Walls had been erected on either side to break the wind and funnel any would-be attackers into a clear line. 1,964 more words

Regenerative Symbolism and the Ouroboros in Goethe’s Märchen

Symbolism might best be considered in terms of revealing and re-veiling. The veil is the protective covering shielding the sacred from the profane, and therefore higher vision can be revealed only to inspired perception. 1,288 more words



The Ouroboros is a mythical creature—the serpent eating his/her own tail—or symbol of immortality and eternal return. See here:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ouroboros