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Updated: Nov 6, 2023


76 is 13 Ophiuchus Ophiuchus the Serpent Bearer is sometimes called the 13th or forgotten constellation of the zodiac. That's because the sun passes in front of Ophiuchus from about November 30 to December 18 each year. And yet no one ever says they're born when the sun is in Ophiuchus.



Cannes 2023: Johnny Depp gets teary-eyed as comeback film receives a 7 minute standing ovation; WATCH
The Pirates of the Caribbean star Johnny Depp was given a rousing seven-minute standing ovation at the opening night screening of ‘Jeanne Du Barry’ at Cannes 2023.

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She was executed by guillotine on 8 December 1793. Her body was buried in the MADELEINE MacAron Cemetery Mc CAN CANNES CAEN CANTON Normandy life in Tin TIN Can Jupiter/TIN cemetery. The fabulous gems which she had smuggled to London were sold at auction in 1795.

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US prosecutors have charged a man with stealing the famous red slippers worn by Judy Garland's character Dorothy in the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz.

The valuable shoes were found in an FBI operation in 2018 - after being taken from a museum in August 2005 - but no arrests were made at the time.

On Tuesday, federal prosecutors charged Minnesota man Terry Martin, 76, with theft of a major artwork.

The recovered slippers are one of four pairs in existence.

The shoes were taken from the Judy Garland Museum in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, by a thief who had smashed through a window in the building's back door to get inside. No fingerprints were left behind and no alarm went off, according to CBS News, the BBC's US partner.


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They were found in a sting operation launched by the FBI's art crime team. The case is being handled by federal prosecutors in North Dakota and the FBI's Minneapolis Division.


The red shoes are central to The Wizard of Oz. When Dorothy clicks the heels of the shoes together and says "there's no place like home" she is transported back to Kansas.

Charging documents released on Tuesday contained no information about what led to Mr Martin's arrest. On Wednesday, he told a reporter for the Minneapolis Star Tribune: "I gotta go on trial. I don't want to talk to you."

The newspaper notes that Mr Martin lives about 12 miles (19km) from the museum, which is located at the childhood home of Judy Garland.

Museum executive director Janie Heitz said she does not think the suspect was ever an employee of the museum.

The treasured items of Hollywood memorabilia have been valued at $3.5m (£2.8m), said the US Attorney's Office for the District of North Dakota, adding that they were insured for $1m when they were stolen nearly 18 years ago.

Another pair of the red sequined slippers are at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC and another pair was acquired in 2012 by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.


The stolen slippers are still in the custody of the FBI.

"Until the court cases are done, nothing can be done with them," the museum wrote on Facebook.



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Jean de BARRY John BARRY Jane BIRKIN BOAZ JACHIN BARIUM James BOND JB/BJ Brigitte Jones Ben n Jerry I SCREAM Barry captured five Academy Awards—for Born Free (1966; Oscars for both best score and best song), The Lion in Winter (1968), Out of Africa (1985), and Dances with Wolves (1990)—as well as nominations for Mary, Queen of Scots (1971) and Chaplin (1992). His other film scores include Zulu (1964), The Ipcress File (1965), Midnight Cowboy (1969), Somewhere in Time (1980), Body Heat (1981), Peggy Sue Got Married (1986), and Enigma (2001). He also composed for the stage, including the moderately successful musicals Passion Flower Hotel (1965) and Billy (1974), and won four Grammy Awards, notably best jazz instrumental performance, big band, for the film sound track of The Cotton Club (1984). Barry, who was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in 1999, was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1998, and in 2005 he won an academy fellowship from the British Academy of Film and Television Love (1963), Goldfinger (1964), Thunderball (1965), You Only Live Twice (1967), On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969), Diamonds Are Forever (1971), The Man with the Golden Gun (1974), Moonraker (1979), Octopussy (1983), A View to a Kill (1985), and The Living Daylights (1987)—and another, Dr. No (1962), for which Barry’s score triggered a lawsuit by the credited composer, Monty Norman. Barry initially played the piano and trumpet at dances and as an army bandsman during his military service. He formed (1957) a rock-and-roll band, the John Barry Seven, and worked with pop singers, including Adam Faith. After agreeing to compose the scores for two films in which Faith had been cast, Barry was approached to do the musical arrangements for Dr. No.













Named after the Greek word barys for "heavy," barium is a relatively dense and reactive alkaline earth metal. It is only found naturally when combined with other elements, and compounds containing barium have a wide range of uses; they are found in rat poison, weighting agents in oil drilling fluids, and the white fluid used to visualize intestines in an x-ray diagnostic test called a barium enema. Poisonous barium is now found in the blood from chemtrail sprayplanes. John Barry, in full John Barry Prendergast, (born November 3, 1933, York, England—died January 30, 2011, Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York, U.S.), British composer who provided the musical scores for more than 100 motion pictures and television programs, notably 11 movies featuring Ian Fleming’s iconic spy James Bond—From Russia with Just the facts Atomic number (number of protons in the nucleus): 56 Atomic symbol (on the periodic table of elements): Ba Atomic weight (average mass of the atom): 137.327 Density: 2.09 ounces per cubic inch (3.62 grams per cubic cm) Phase at room temperature: solid Melting point: 1,341 degrees Fahrenheit (727 degrees Celsius) Boiling point: 3,447 F (1,897 C) Number of natural isotopes (atoms of the same element with a different number of neutrons): 7 Most common isotope: Ba-138 Discovery of barium Vincenzo Casciarolo, a 17th-century Italian alchemist, first noticed barium in the form of unusual pebbles that glowed for years after exposure to heat, according to the Royal Society of Chemistry. He named these pebbles "Bologna stones" after his hometown, but they were later determined to be barium sulfate (BaSO4). In the late 18th century, barium oxide (BaO) and barium carbonate (BaCO3) were discovered by German chemist Carl Scheele and English chemist William Withering, respectively. Pure barium metal was not isolated and identified until 1808 at the Royal Institution in London. The prominent chemist and inventor Sir Humphry Davy used electrolysis to separate the barium from molten barium salts such as barium hydroxide (Ba(OH)2). During electrolysis, an electric current is run through the ionic substance in order to separate ions from each other. Because the barium salts were molten, the barium ions easily moved to the container with the negative electrode, and the other negative ions easily moved in the opposite direction to the container with the positive electrode.








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The Pirates of the Caribbean star Johnny Depp was given a rousing seven-minute standing ovation at the opening night screening of ‘Jeanne Du Barry’ at Cannes 2023.

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Dame Helen Mirren stunned crowds at the Cannes Film Festival by debuting a shock of bright blue hair.
The Oscar-winning actress, 77, arrived on the red carpet on the opening day of the 76th annual event on Tuesday.

Dame Helen wore her hair in a messy up-do highlighted with varying shades of blue and turquoise.

She paired the look with a floor-length periwinkle gown, which featured folds around the waistline and an elaborate bustle in the back.

The actress also carried with a black fan with #WorthIt written on it in a nod to her partnership with L’Oreal Paris.

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Barium takes it name from the Greek word barys for heavy. Barium was first discovered in 1774 by Carl Scheele, but was not isolated as a pure metal until 1808 when Sir Humphry Davy electrolyzed molten barium salts. The name Barium comes from the Greek word barys, which means heavy.



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The name Madeleine is girl's name of French origin meaning "woman from Magdala or high tower". Madeleine is the French spelling preferred by parents who like to put the proper point on things, though the one used by the little girl who lives in the old house in Paris all covered in vines is Madeline. # 381 in the US.

Madeleine Cemetery (in French known as Cimetière de la Madeleine) is a former cemetery in the 8th arrondissement of Paris and was one of the four cemeteries (the others being Errancis Cemetery, Picpus Cemetery and the Cemetery of Saint Margaret) used to dispose of the corpses of guillotine victims during the French Revolution. The cemetery was named after Mary Magdalene, known in French as Sainte-Madeleine.

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Those killed in the SEPT SETH September Massacres of 1792 are alleged to be buried here:
Princess Marie Louise of Savoy
The decapitated corpses of the guillotine victims were thrown in specially dug trenches and covered in quicklime to speed up the decomposition process. There were no markers.
Among those reputed to have been buried here:[4]
Louis XVI (21 January 1793); he and Marie Antoinette were reputedly the only victims buried in a coffin.
Marie Antoinette (16 October 1793)
Charlotte Corday (18 July 1793)
22 Girondists (31 October 1793); among them Jacques Pierre Brissot and Pierre Victurnien Vergniaud.
Olympe de Gouges ( 3 November 1793)
Louis Philippe II, Duke of Orléans (6 November 1793); also known as Phillipe Égalité.
Madame Roland (8 November 1793)
Madame du Barry (8 December 1793)
Jacques Hébert (24 March 1794) and his supporters.
It is unclear how many corpses were buried: the estimates vary from hundreds up to three thousand.

Madeleine Cemetery (in French known as Cimetière de la Madeleine) is a former cemetery in the 8th arrondissement of Paris and was one of the four cemeteries (the others being Errancis Cemetery, Picpus Cemetery and the Cemetery of Saint Margaret) used to dispose of the corpses of guillotine victims during the French Revolution. The cemetery was named after Mary Magdalene, known in French as Sainte-Madeleine.


The name Madeleine is girl's name of French origin meaning "woman from Magdala or high tower". Madeleine is the French spelling preferred by parents who like to put the proper point on things, though the one used by the little girl who lives in the old house in Paris all covered in vines is Madeline. # 381 in the US.








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Mercury Venus on ALGOL Black Moon 19 may on ALGOL MEDUSA

Sun in Taurus

North Node on SIRIUS South Node on ALTAIR The AXIS of Ophiuchus/Orion

Saturn between Aquarius Capricorn TWIN PEAKS

Jupiter Pisces

Moon conjunct South Node Altair Diving Duck DENEB CANTON/DUCK CANNES

Mars Uranus PlutO on Regulus LeO/LION Sun/SOn King

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Yup as i said Johhny Depp at Cannes CAN/ADDER/FIRES CAN CAN TIN TIN Tin/jupiter Can was about Johhny HALlyday World wide Fires began in 2017 in California just after his death his most famous single is ALLUMER le FEU for Johhny Deps film at Cannes jean Barry JB Boaz Jachin Pillars Jupiter moved into Aries 19th for black Moon in Taurus Jupiter conjunct to Mercury JM/MJ Rulers of Mutable skull n Bone cross as PlutO returns to Sagittarius Mutable FIRE Mercury also moving forward in Aries High Cardinal FIRE with Lunar North Node RAHU DRAGON HEAD Milky Way Snake conjunct Uranus still in Aries.. FIRE









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Interesting Vanessa Paradis ex wife of Johhny Depp Mother to Rose and Jack and CC/33 CocO Chanel face of the CANARY in the Cage and Joe the TAXI as Jodi Foster In her VideO Joe the Taxi she did at 13 yr old she descends into Pont D'ALMA as Diana and we see 13 pillars Diana car crashed into 13th Pillar ... .. The FRAME four corners and the BRAIN CRANE

VANESSA PARADIS BACK AT THE EDOUARD VII THEATER IN 2023 WITH THE PLAY MAMAN












Vanessa Paradis in the theater, it was the event of the fall 2021. The actress returns to the theater Edouard VII, still on the bill of the play "Mom", written by Samuel Benchetrit. The play is played again, from April 21 to May 20, 2023.

We saw her in the movies, heard in concert, she even walked for the greatest designers, but Vanessa Paradis had never played in the theater until the fall of 2021! Vanessa Paradis had then made her baptism on the boards at 48 years, the theater Edouard VII in the play Mom. The play returns to the poster in Paris, after a tour throughout France, still at the theater Edouard VII, for its last 30 performances exceptional, from April 21 to May 20, 2023. It is a great first for Vanessa Paradis, the theater. And for this first, Vanessa Paradis plays in a play written and directed by her husband, Samuel Benchetrit. Mom is not the first play of the author, who also signed, in the past, Comedy on a station platform and Minus two.


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The tranquil garden surrounding the Chapelle Expiatoire, just a few minutes’ walk from La Madeleine or the Galeries Lafayette, is a little haven. Its large beds of white rose bushes, its classical monument, and many benches for those who wish to sit and reflect, create a fitting mood of remembrance and regret. This site was set up by Louis XVIII soon after the restoration of the monarchy in 1815 in remembrance of those whose bodies had been hurriedly buried here after their execution in the Place de la Révolution (now Place de la Concorde) during the French Revolution. Most particularly, Louis sought to honor his own brother and sister-in-law, Louis XVI and Queen Marie-Antoinette. Lancelot Théodore Turpin de Crissé, Mass in the Chapelle expiatoire (1835). Public domain This site, quite rural in the 18th century, was used as a cemetery for the Madeleine Church, and was the obvious choice for the grisly task of disposing of so many bodies during the French Revolution. Most of the victims were thrown into mass graves, but the king and queen were buried individually in two coffins. A lawyer who lived nearby, Pierre-Louis-Olivier Descloseaux, tried to record what was happening and he planted weeping willow trees to mark the royal graves. In 1802, when most bodies had already been transferred to the catacombs, he bought up the land and in 1814, when the monarchy was restored, he sold it to the new king, Louis XVIII. Louis had his brother and sister-in-law’s bodies transferred to the Basilique Saint Denis where the rest of France’s kings and queens were buried and he had a memorial built here to mark the spot where they had lain for 22 years. At the front is a little garden, leading through a vestibule to the memorial garden with its central pathway, flanked on either side by large beds full of white rose bushes, leading to the monument proper. This is a neo-classical building, with steps leading up to a pillared portico and then on into a domed, windowless chapel, as simply designed as it could possibly be. Inside there is minimal décor, just a marble floor, an altar at the far end and two semi-circular side chapels, containing statues of Louis and Marie-Antoinette. The colours are subdued, mainly cream, white and a little black, punctuated at the far end by the gold of the candlesticks. The whole building has been designed with a single focus: commemoration. The garden of the Chapelle Expiatoire. Photo credit: Marian Jones The white marble statue of Louis shows him looking up at an angel who is supporting him with one hand and pointing up to heaven with the other. He is mounted on a plinth and depicted as pious and dignified. The full text of his will is engraved in gold letters on a black panel on the plinth and it makes for poignant reading. It was written on Christmas Day in 1792, a month before his execution and begins “I, Louis XVI King of France, being for more than four months imprisoned with my family in the tower of the Temple at Paris, by those who were my subjects, and deprived of all communication whatsoever, even with my family…”