domingo, 27 de marzo de 2011



Esta película es maravillosa porque:
This movie is wonderful because:

1) Muestra cómo la fe vence las artimañas de Satanás, que dirije actualmente el DEPARTAMENTO DE DEFENSA (U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE) y la COMUNIDAD DE INTELIGENCIA (U.S. INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY) ESTADOUNIDENSES.


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NO. 165-13


of Certain Selected Groups



APRIL 1978

Post Office Box 7633
San Francisco, California 94120

Anton S. LaVey
High Priest

AKA: Satanists

HISTORICAL ROOTS: The Church of Satan is an eclectic body that traces its origin to many sources - classical voodoo, the Hell-Fire Club of eighteenth century England, the ritual magic of Aleister Crowley, and the Black Order of Germany in the 1920s and 1930s. It departs from its predecessors by (1) its organization into a church, and (2) the openness of its magical endeavors.

CURRENT WORLD LEADER: Anton Szandor LaVey, High Priest.

ORIGINS IN THE U.S.: The Church of Satan was formed on Walpurgisnacht, April 30, 1966, in San Francisco California, when Anton LaVey proclaimed the beginning of the Satanic Era. Initial growth came from coverage in the mass media. Articles included coverage of LaVey holding a funeral for a member of the U.S. Navy killed in San Francisco.

NUMBER OF ADHERENTS IN THE U.S.: Between 10,000 and 20,000.

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE: The Church of Satan is focused in the Central Grotto in San Francisco. It accepts or rejects all potential members and charters other grottos (congregations) around the country. Isolated individuals relate directly to the Central Grotto. Power to regulate members is in the hands of the Head of the Church.

LEADERSHIP AND ROLE OF PRIESTS: The Priesthood of the Church of Satan is not comprised of individuals who are necessarily adept in the performance of rituals, though pastoral and organizational abilities are not minimized. The rank of Priest is conferred on those who have achieved a measurable degree of esteem or proficiency and/or success; one's level of membership within the Church is commensurate with his/her position outside the Church. Hence a respected career soldier or Commissioned Officer in the Army might qualify, though be totally uninvolved with group activity. This form of stratification determines the leadership and selects the governing body of the Church. Rituals are conducted by a de facto priest i.e., a celebrant member who has evidenced a working knowledge of and ability to conduct services and is authorized by the Central Grotto.

WHO MAY CONDUCT A RITUAL? Anyone, but a priest is required for group worship.

IS GROUP WORSHIP REQUIRED? No, but it is strongly encouraged, because it is a strong reinforcement of the faith and instillation of power.

WORSHIP REQUIREMENTS: Worship in the Church of Satan is based upon the belief that man needs ritual, dogma, fantasy, and enchantment. Worship consists of magical rituals and there are three basic kinds: sexual rituals, to fulfill a desire; compassionate rituals, to help another; and destructive rituals, used for anger, annoyance, or hate. Grottos often gather on Friday evenings for group rituals.

MINIMUM EQUIPMENT FOR WORSHIP: Varies with the type of ritual performed but is likely to include a black robe, an altar, the symbol of the Baphomet (Satan), candles, a bell, a chalice, elixir (wine or some other drink most pleasing to the palate), a sword, a model phallus, a gong, and parchment.

FACILITIES FOR WORSHIP: A private place where an altar can be erected and rituals performed.



SPECIAL RELIGIOUS HOLIDAYS: The highest holiday in the Satanic religion is one's own birthday. Every man is a God as he chooses to recognize that fact. After one's birthday, Walpurgisnacht (April 30) and Halloween are most important. April 30 is the grand climax of the spring equinox and Halloween was one of the times of the great fire festivals among the ancient Druids. The solstices and equinoxes - which fall in March, June, September, and December and mark the first day of the new seasons - are also celebrated.

FUNERAL AND BURIAL REQUIREMENTS: The priests of the Church of Satan perform funerals, and the Central Grotto should be contacted in case of death.

AUTOPSY: No restrictions.

CREMATIONS: Only permitted in extreme circumstances, such as an expedient measure where it is necessary to safeguard the health of others.

MEDICAL TREATMENT: No restrictions.





BASIC TEACHINGS OR BELIEFS: The Church of Satan worships Satan, most clearly symbolized in the Roman God Lucifer, the bearer of light, the spirit of the air, and the personification of enlightenment. Satan is not visualized as an anthropomorphic being, rather he represents the forces of nature. To the Satanist, the self is the highest embodiment of human life and is sacred. The Church of Satan is essentially a human potential movement, and members are encouraged to develop whatever capabilities they can by which they might excel. They are, however, cautioned to recognize their limitations - an important factor in this philosophy of rational self-interest. Satanists practice magick, the art of changing situations or events in accordance with one's will, which would, using normally accepted methods, be impossible.

CREEDAL STATEMENTS AND/OR AUTHORITATIVE LITERATURE: The writings of Anton S. LaVey provide the direction for the Satanists - The Satanic Bible, The Compleat Witch, and The Satanic Rituals. (See also "Ethical Practices.") Members are encouraged to study pertinent writings which serve as guidelines for Satanic thought, such as works of Mark Twain, Niccolo Machiavelli, G.B. Shaw, Ayn Rand, Friedrich Nietzsche, etc.

ETHICAL PRACTICES: The ethical stance of the Church of Satan is summarized in the Nine Satanic Statements: "(1) Satan represents indulgence, instead of abstinence!; (2) Satan represents vital existence, instead of spiritual pipe dreams!; (3) Satan represents undefiled wisdom, instead of hypocritical self-deceit!; (4) Satan represents kindness to those who deserve it, instead of love wasted on ingrates!; (5) Satan represents vengeance, instead of turning the other cheek!; (6) Satan represents responsibility for the responsible, instead of concern for psychic vampires!; (7) Satan represents man as just another animal, sometimes better, more often worse than those that walk on all fours, who, because of his 'divine and intellectual development' has become the most vicious animal of all!; (8) Satan represents all of the so-called sins, as they lead to physical, mental, or emotional gratification!; (9) Satan has been the best friend the church has ever had, as he has kept it in business all these years!"

Beyond the above principles, Satanists generally oppose the use of narcotics which dull the senses, and suicide, which cuts off life (the great indulgence), and stand firmly for law and order. The Church of Satan is not to be confused with "Satanist" groups which have been found to engage in illegal acts.

HOW DOES THE CHURCH OF SATAN RECRUIT NEW MEMBERS? The church does not proselytize but welcomes inquiries from honest potential Satanists who hear about the Church from the various books about it, the mass media, or word-of-mouth. New members must go though a screening process before they are accepted.

RELATIONSHIP WITH OTHER RELIGIONS: The Church of Satan stands as gathering point for all those who believe in what the Christian Church opposes and members are generally hostile to its teachings and resultant behavior patterns. To a lesser extent, the same position holds for Eastern religions."


"Military Views on Wicca
US Army Chaplain's Manual

Excerpt from the U.S. Army's Religious Requirements and Practices of Certain Selected Groups: A Handbook for Chaplains (pgs 231-236). Available from:

USAF Chaplain's Service Institute
Resource Division
525 Chenault Circle
Maxwell AFB
Montgomery, AL 36112-6429


No central address. Wiccan worship groups, called covens, are essentially autonomous. Many, but far from all, have affiliated with:

Covenant of the Goddess
P.O. Box 1226
Berkeley, CA 94704

Witchcraft; Goddess worshippers; Neo-Paganism, Paganism, Norse (or any other ethnic designation) Earth Religion, Old Religion, Druidism, Shamanism.

Note: All of these groups have some basic similarities and many surface differences of expression with Wicca.

No central leadership. The Covenant of the Goddess annually elects a First Officer and there is a constitutional limit of two consecutive terms, but in practice officers have almost always served for one year only. In 1991, there are two Co-First Officers, Phoenix Whitebirch and Brandy Williams.

Because of the complete autonomy of covens, this cannot be determined. There are an estimated of 50,000 Wiccans in the United States.

(Hernes note: This number is now substantially higher and estimated at over 200,000. Wicca is currently the fastest growing spiritual path in the U.S.)

Wicca is a reconstruction of the Nature worship of tribal Europe, strongly influenced by the Living Nature worship traditions of tribal peoples in other parts of the world.

The works of such early twentieth century writers as Margaret Murray, Robert Graves and Gerald B. Gardner began the renewal of interest in the Old Religion. After the repeal of the anti-Witchcraft laws in Britain in 1951, Gardner publicly declared himself a Witch and began to gather a group of students and worshipers.

In 1962, two of his students, Raymond and Rosemary Buckland (religious names: Lady Rowen and Robat), emigrated to the United States and began teaching Gardnerian Witchcraft here. At the same time, other groups of people became interested through reading books by Gardner and others. Many covens were spontaneously formed, using rituals created from a combination of research and individual inspiration. These self-created covens are today regarded as just as valid as those who can trace a "lineage" of teaching back to England.

In 1975, a very diverse group of covens who wanted to secure the legal protections and benefits of church status formed Covenant of the Goddess (CoG), which is incorporated in the State of California and recognized by the Internal Revenue Service. CoG does not represent all, or even a majority of Wiccans. A coven or an individual need not be affiliated with CoG in order to validly practice the religion. But CoG is the largest single public Wiccan organization, and it is cross-Traditional (i.e. non-denominational).

Wiccans worship the sacred as immanent in Nature, often personified as Mother Earth and Father Sky. As polytheists, they may use many other names for Deity. Individuals will often choose Goddesses or Gods from any of the world's pantheons whose stories are particularly inspiring and use those Deities as a focus for personal devotions.

Similarly, covens will use particular Deity names as a group focus, and these are often held secret by the groups. It is very important to be aware that Wiccans do not in any way worship or believe in "Satan," "the Devil," or any similar entities. They point out that "Satan" is a symbol of rebellion against and inversion of the Christian and Jewish traditions.

Wiccans do not revile the Bible. They simply regard it as one among many of the world's mythic systems, less applicable than some to their core values, but still deserving just as much respect as any of the others. Most Wiccan groups also practice magic, by which they mean the direction and use of "psychic energy," those natural but invisible forces which surround all living things. Some members spell the word "magick," to distinguish it from sleight of hand entertainments.

Wiccans employ such means as dance, chant, creative visualization and hypnosis to focus and direct psychic energy for the purpose of healing, protecting and aiding members in various endeavors. Such assistance is also extended to non-members upon request.

Many, but not all, Wiccans believe in reincarnation. Some take this as a literal description of what happens to people when they die. For others, it is a symbolic model that helps them deal with the cycles and changes within this life. Neither Reincarnation nor any other literal belief can be used as a test of an individual's validity as a member of the Old Religion.

Most groups have a handwritten collection of rituals and lore, known as a Book of Shadows. Part of the religious education of a new member will be to hand copy this book for him or herself. Over they years, as inspiration provides, new material will be added. Normally, access to these books is limited to initiated members of the religion.

The core ethical statement of Wicca, called the "Wiccan Rede" states "an it harm none, do what you will." The rede fulfills the same function as does the "Golden Rule" for Jews and Christians; all other ethical teachings are considered to be elaborations and applications of the Rede. It is a statement of situational ethics, emphasizing at once the individual's responsibility to avoid harm to others and the widest range of personal autonomy in "victimless" activities. Wicca has been described as having a "high-choice" ethic.

Because of the basic Nature orientation of the religion, many Wiccans will regard all living things as Sacred, and show a special concern for ecological issues. For this reason, individual conscience will lead some to take a pacifist position. Some are vegetarians. Others will feel that, as Nature's Way includes self-defense, they should participate in wars that they conscientiously consider to be just. The religion does not dictate either position, but requires each member to thoughtfully and meditatively examine her or his own conscience and to live by it. Social forces generally do not yet allow Witches to publicly declare their religious faith without fear of reprisals such as loss of job, child custody challenges, ridicule, etc. Prejudice against Wiccans is the result of public confusion between Witchcraft and Satanism. Wiccans in the military, especially those who may be posted in countries perceived to be particularly intolerant, will often have their dog tags read "No Religious Preference." Concealment is a traditional Wiccan defense against persecution, so non-denominational dog tags should not contravene a member's request for religious services.

Wiccans celebrate eight festivals, called "Sabbats," as a means of attunement to the seasonal rhythms of Nature. These are January 31 (Called Oimelc, Brigit, or February Eve), March 21 (Ostara or Spring Equinox), April 30 (Beltane or May Eve), June 22 (Midsummer, Litha or Summer Solstice), July 31 (Lunasa or Lammas), September 21 (Harvest, Mabon or Autumn Equinox), October 31 (Samhain, Sowyn or Hallows), and December 21 (Yule or Winter Solstice.)

Some groups find meetings within a few days of those dates to be acceptable, others require the precise date. In addition, most groups will meet for worship at each Full Moon, and many will also meet on the New Moon.

Meetings for religious study will often be scheduled at any time convenient to the members, and rituals can be scheduled whenever there is a need (i.e. for a healing). Ritual jewelry is particularly important to many Wiccans. In addition to being a symbol of religious dedication, these talismans are often blessed by the coven back home and felt to carry the coven's protective and healing energy.

Most Wiccans meet with a coven, a small group of people. Each coven is autonomous. Most are headed by a High Priestess, often with the assistance of a High Priest. Some are headed by a High Priestess or High Priest without a partner, and some regard themselves as a gathering of equals. Covens can be of mixed gender, or all female or male, depending on the preferences of the members. Every initiate is considered to be a priestess or priest.

Most covens are small. Thirteen is the traditional maximum number of members, although not an absolute limit. At that size covens form a close bond, so Wiccans in the military are likely to maintain a strong affiliation with their covens back home. There are many distinct "Traditions" of Wicca, just as there are many denominations within Christianity.

The spectrum of Wiccan practice can be described as ranging from "traditional" to "eclectic," with Traditions, covens and individuals fitting anywhere within that range. A typical difference would be that more traditional groups would tend to follow a set liturgy, whereas eclectic groups would emphasize immediate inspiration in worship.

These distinctions are not particularly important to the military chaplain, since it is unlikely that enough members of any one Tradition would be at the same base. Worship circles at military facilities are likely to be ad-hoc cross-Traditional groups, working out compromise styles of worship for themselves and constantly adapting them to a changing membership.

Therefore, the lack of strict adherence to the patterns of any one Tradition is not an indicator of invalidity. While many Wiccans meet in a coven, there are also a number of solitairies. These are individuals who choose to practice their faith alone. The may have been initiated in a coven or self initiated. They will join with other Wiccans to celebrate the festivals or to attend the various regional events organized by the larger community.

Within a traditional coven, the High Priestess, usually assisted by her High Priest, serves both as leader in the rituals and as teacher and counselor for coven members and unaffiliated Pagans. Eclectic covens tend to share leadership more equally.

Wiccans usually worship in groups. Individuals who are currently not affiliated with a coven, or are away from their home coven, may choose to worship privately or may form ad-hoc groups to mark religious occasions. Non-participating observers are not generally welcome at Wiccan rituals.

Some, but not all, Wiccan covens worship in the nude (skyclad) as a sign of attunement with Nature.

Most, but not all, Wiccan covens bless and share a cup of wine as part of the ritual. Almost all Wiccans use an individual ritual knife (an "athame") to focus and direct personal energy. Covens often also have ritual swords to direct the energy of the group. These tools, like all other ritual tools, are highly personal and should never leave the possession of the owner.

Other commonly used ritual tools include a bowl of water, a bowl of salt, a censer with incense, a disk with symbols engraved on it (a "pentacle"), statues or artwork representing the Goddess and God, and candles. Most groups will bless and share bread or cookies along with the wine. All of these items are used in individual, private worship as well as in congregate rituals.


None. Recognition of the death of a member takes place within the coven, apart from the body of the deceased. Ritual tools, materials, or writings found among the effects of the deceased should be returned to their home coven (typically a member will designate a person to whom ritual materials should be sent). It is desirable for a Wiccan priest or priestess to be present at the time of death, but not strictly necessary. If not possible, the best assistance would be to make the member as comfortable as possible, listen to whatever they have to say, honor any possible requests, and otherwise leave them as quiet and private as possible.

No medical restrictions. Wiccans generally believe in the efficacy of spiritual or psychic healing when done in tandem with standard medical treatment. Therefore, at the request of the patient, other Wiccan personnel should be allowed visiting privileges as though they were immediate family, including access to Intensive Care Units. Most Wiccans believe that healing energy can be sent from great distances, so, if possible, in the case of any serious medical condition, the member's home coven should be notified.

With respect to attitude toward military service, Wiccans range from career military personnel to conscientious objectors. Wiccans do not proselytize and generally resent those who do. They believe that no one Path to the Sacred is right for all people, and see their own religious pattern as only one among many that are equally worthy. Wiccans respect all religions that foster honor and compassion in their adherents, and expect the same respect. Members are encouraged to learn about all faiths, and are permitted to attend the services of other religions, should they desire to do so.


(Aside by Herne. Since this was written by the military, the list of books available has grown subtantially. For more topics and titles, see our Suggested Reading List)

The best general survey of the Wiccan and neo-Pagan movement is: Adler, Margot. Drawing Down the Moon. Boston: Beacon Press, 1986. 595pp

For more specific information about eclectic Wicca, see: Starhawk. The Spiral Dance. New York: Harper & Row, 1979.

For more specific information about traditional Wicca, see: Farrar, Janet, and Stewart Farrar. Eight Sabbats for Witches. London: Robert Hale, 1981. 192pp.

The Witches' Way. London: Robert Hale, 1984. 394pp.


Pagan Military Newsletter c/o Terri Morgan, Editor, 829 Lynnhaven Parkway 114-198 Virginia Beach, VA 23452

Because of the autonomy of each coven and the wide variance of specific ritual practices, the best contact person would be the High Priestess or other leader of the member's home coven."


"Religion Requirements and Practices of Certain Selected Groups: A Handbook for Chaplains (U.S.
Army Pamphlet)
Excerpts from Department of the Army Pamphlet 165-13
Headquarters, Department of the Army, Washington, D.C., dated 28 April 1978
The following is an excerpt from the handbook that I think would be of interest to the 'other' religions as the
army puts it. I hope that it can be of some benefit and that none take offense to it. As stated, it is an excerpt
and typed verbatim. A complete copy of the book (price unknown) can be obtained
Superintendant of Documents
U.S. Government Printing Office
Washington, D.C. 20402
Stock Number: 008-020-00745-5
In the handbook, there are seven main sections, being Christain Heritage Groups, Indian Heritage Groups,
Islamic Groups, Japanese Heritage Groups, Jewish Groups, Sikh Groups and 'Other' Groups.
This paper will deal exclusively with the 'Other' Groups, and more specifically, the 'Old' religions. This
category is broken down into: American Council of Witches, Baha'i Faith, Church of Satan, Churches of
Sciencetology, Foundation Faith of the Millenium, Gardinerian Wicca, Native American Church and Universal
Life Church.
The groups considered in this section manifest the wide variety of religious options available in the U.S. They
draw upon several distinct religious impulses, each with a long heritage.
Magick (not magic, which is considered a stage performers art and not a religion) groups have experienced
considerable growth since the 1960's. These groups are distinguished by their use of occult practices
(astrology and divination) and magick (the ability to willfully change the world by manipulating the cosmic
forces). While like the psychic dimension, magick is as old as known history. It's contemporary revival,
however, began in the early 1900's. The most popular form of magick is witchcraft. Not to be confused with
Satanism, witchcraft is a nature-oriented religion based on the worship of the male-female polarity, the
observance of the agricultural seasons, and magick. Worship of the male-female aspects of nature usually
expressed as allegiance to the Horned God and the Great Mother Goddess. Ritual follows the movement of
the sun and moon.
Magick seeks mastery of all the cosmic forces believed to control the world. Witches believe in the ancient
principle of 'as above, so below', and in their worship seek to create a microcosm, a magical image of the
whole. The universe is generally viewed as a sphere. The magical circle, drawn at the beginning of all
magical rituals, is the outline of the microcosm intersecting the floor.[--pagebreak--]
Witchcraft had grown slowly until the repeal of the last of England's anti- witchcraft laws in the 1950's. Growth
accelerated in the 1960's and 1970's. There are no less than thirty different witch (or the preferred term
'Wicca') groups plus numerous independent covens functioning in the U.S. The American Council of Witches
represents the traditionalist covens which trace their ancestry to various medievel European traditions. The
Gardnerians are one of several modern Wicca groups. Others are the Alexandrians, the Algard, and the
Church of Wicca of Bakersfield (CA). There are also several miscellaneous traditions.
Secrecy is a major element of the existence of both witchcraft and Satanism. Secrecy is protective and
serves to guard the sacred mysteries of the group.
***The following excerpts are condensed, otherwise I would be typing out a whole book.
HISTORICAL ROOTS: Witchcraft is the ancient PAGAN faith of Pre-Christian Europe.
CURRENT WORLD LEADERSHIP: No central authority.
ORIGINS IN THE U.S.: Brought to the U.S. in the 17th century by emigrants from Europe.
NUMBER OF ADHERENTS IN THE U.S.: Unknown. Between 10,000 and 100,000
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE: The basic structure is the coven with 5 to 50 members (ideally 12-15)
led by a High Priestess or High Priest.
LEADERSHIP: The High Priestess or High Priest has authority for the coven.
WHO MAY CONDUCT SERVICES: The High Priestess or High Priest.
IS GROUP WORSHIP REQUIRED: No, but encouraged.
WORSHIP REQUIREMENTS: None, but witches are expected to practice their faith.
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT FOR WORSHIP: The 'atheme,' the 'pentacle,' a chalice and a sword.
SPECIAL HOLIDAYS: Spring Equinox, March 21; Summer Solstice, June 22; Autumn Equinox, September
21; Winter Solstice, December 22; Candlemas, February 2, Beltane, April 30; Lammas, July31; and
Halloween, October 31. Besides these eight, most groups meet either weekly or bi-weekly (on the full and
new moon). Major holidays are termed sabbats, and weekly or bi-weekly mettings are esbats.
FUNERAL AND BURIAL REQUIREMENTS: Practices vary widely but notify coven to which
BASIC TEACHINGS OR BELIEFS: Underlying agreements are summed up in the "Principles of Wiccan
Beliefs" adopted by the American Council of Witches.
CREEDAL STATEMENTS: The 'grimore' or book of spells and a 'book of shadows' or book of ritual.
ETHICAL PRACTICES: 'An Ye Harm None, Do As Ye Will.'
RELATIONSHIP WITH OTHER RELIGIONS: Cooperation with the whole Pagan community is very high.
Relations with other religions are cordial, except those groups which have sought to persecute and defame
the craft.
HISTORICAL ROOTS: Founded by Gerald Gardner in 1954 due in part to the book 'Witchcraft Today'.
CURRENT WORLD LEADERSHIP: High Priestess Lady Theos and High Priest Phoenix.
ORIGINS IN THE U.S.: Brought to the U.S. by Lady Rowen from England in 1962.
NUMBER OF ADHERENTS IN THE U.S.: Unknown. Between 2,500 and 5,000.
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE: The basic structure is the coven with 5 to 50 members (ideally 12-15)
led by a High Priestess or High Priest.
LEADERSHIP: The High Priestess or High Priest has authority for the coven.
WHO MAY CONDUCT SERVICES: Only the High Priestess can cast a circle.
IS GROUP WORSHIP REQUIRED: Yes, but individual worship is possible but not encouraged.
WORSHIP REQUIREMENTS: Covens meet weekly or bi-weekly (at the full or new moon), always in the
evening. Worship in some (but not all) groups occur in the nude.
MINIMUM EQUIPMENT FOR WORSHIP: The 'atheme,' a bowl of water, a censer with incense, salt, an
altar and 6 candles in candlesticks. The 'pentacle,' and a sword are optional. All tools must be ritually
consecrated by a High Priestess.[--pagebreak--]
SPECIAL HOLIDAYS: Spring Equinox, March 21; Summer Solstice, June 22; Autumn Equinox, September
21; Winter Solstice, December 22; Candlemas, February 2, Beltane, April 30; Lammas, July31; and
Halloween, October 31. Besides these eight, most groups meet either weekly or bi-weekly (on the full and
new moon). Major holidays are termed sabbats, and weekly or bi-weekly mettings are esbats.
FUNERAL AND BURIAL REQUIREMENTS: Practices vary widely but notify coven to which associated.
Ritual tools or materials found among the remains of the deceased should be immediately returned to the
family or members of the coven.
IS A PRIESTESS OR PRIEST REQUIRED AT TIME OF DEATH: No, but it would be permissable for any
Chaplain to offer spiritual comfort at such times. Upon death, a prayer may be directed to GOD for the
release of the soul from the Earth plane, separate and apart from any ritual work done by the member's
BASIC TEACHINGS OR BELIEFS: Gardnerians worship the Mother Goddess and also the Horned God,
symbols of the basic polarity of all nature. They seek balance within nature, within themselves, and between
male and female.
CREEDAL STATEMENTS: 'The Book of Shadows' is authoriative.
ETHICAL PRACTICES: 'An Ye Harm None, Do As Ye Will.'
RELATIONSHIP WITH OTHER RELIGIONS: Wicca is open toward other faiths, recognizing that the Great
Mother appears in these faiths under various names. Because of the persecutions of past years, Wiccans
take a guarded relation to groups which claim to possess 'the Truth' or to be the 'Only Way.' Wicca is only
one path among many, and is not for everyone. Members are encouraged to learn about other faiths and
attend services, should they desire to do so.
*** Well, there you have it. A nutshell version of how the Army looks at and tell's it members about 'Other'
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The U.S. Army Chaplains Guide to Wicca

A guide to Wicca for U.S. Military chaplins.

EXTRACT FROM “Religious Requirements and Practices of Certain Selected Groups: a Handbook for Chaplains”

U.S. Government Publication No.008-020-00745-5

Historical roots: Witchcraft is the ancient Pagan faith of Europe. This nature-oriented, agricultural, magical religion had no central organisation, but was passed through families. During the Christian era, particularly after the beginning of the systematic persecution of Witches in 1484, almost all the public expression of the Craft disappeared. Surviving in hidden and isolated places, Witchcraft has made a comeback in the twentieth century, partially spurred by the repeal of the last British Witchcraft Laws in 1951.

Current World Leadership: No central authority. Many Witches have, however, affiliated with the American Council of Witches, formed in 1974, to provide a structure for co-operation and mutual sharing.

Origins in the U.S.: Brought to the U.S. in the 17th century by immigrants from Europe. Since then, many Witches from many ethnic and national traditions have brought their religious practises to the New World. It survived in the isolation of rural settings and the anonymity in the city. The 1960's saw a significant revival of the Craft, and many Witches and "Covens" (local groups) became at least partially public. Many discovered others of like mind through the emerging Pagan press. A meeting in Minneapolis formed the American Council of Witches (1974) and a statement entitled "Principles of Wiccan Beliefs" was adopted.

Number of Adherents in the U.S.: Unknown: Between 10,000 and 100,000.

Organizational Structure: The basic structure is the Coven (local group) with 5 to 50 members (ideally 12-15) led by a High Priestess or High Priest. The Priest and/or Priestess derives authority from initiation by another Witch. Some Covens are tied together in fraternal relationships and acknowledge authority of a Priestess or Priest from whom orders are derived. Many are totally autonomous.

Leadership and Role of Priestess and/or Priest: The High Priestess and/or High Priest has authority for the Coven. Witches pass through three degrees as they practise the Craft: acknowledges one as a full member of the Coven and initiates the process of mastering the skills of a Witch; recognizes growth in ability and admits one to all the inner secrets; and admits one to the priesthood.

Who may conduct Worship services?: A High Priestess or Priest.

Is group worship required?: No, but it is encouraged.

Worship requirements: None, but Witches are expected to practise their faith, which includes mastering magick, ritual, and psychic development and the regular worship of the Wiccan Deities.

Minimum Requirements for Worship: The athame, or ritual knife; the pentacle, a metal disc inscribed with magical symbols; a chalice; and a sword. Various traditions will demand other items.

Facilities for Worship: Witches worship within a magick circle that is inscribed on the ground or the floor. The circle should be located so as to insure the privacy of the rituals.

Other Specific Religious Requirements other than Worship (see above): None.

Dietary Laws or Restrictions: None.

Special Religious Holidays: The four great festivals are seasonal: Spring Equinox, March 21; Summer Solstice,or Midsummer, June 21; Autumn Equinox, September 21; Yule, or Winter Solstice, December 22

These are joined by four cross festivals related to the agricultural and herd-raising year: Candlemas, February 2; May Eve, or Beltane, April 30; Lammas, July 31; Hallowe'en, October 31

Besides these eight, most Wiccan groups meet either weekly or bi-weekly (on the full and new moon).

Funeral and Burial Requirements: Practices vary widely. In case of death, the Coven to which the Witch belongs should be contacted.

Cremation: Many prefer it, but the local Coven should be consulted.

Autopsy: Generally no restrictions.

Medical Treatment: No restrictions.

Uniform Appearance Requirements: None are proscribed.

Position on Service in the Armed Forces: No official stance. Many witches are presently military personnel, while others are conscientious objectors, derived, from the generally pro-life stance of Wicca.

Is a Priest or Priestess required at time of death?: No.

Any practices or teaching that may conflict with military directives or practices: None, generally, though individual covens may have some. The local Coven should be contacted if specific questions arise.

Basic teachings and beliefs: Underlying agreements are summed up in the "Principles of Wiccan Beliefs" adopted by the American Council of Witches. Specific expressions of beliefs will vary widely, due to the ethnic roots or the traditions of the individual covens.

Creedal statements and/or authoritative literature (see also Basic belief): All Witches use two books, a Grimoire, or book of spells and magical procedures, and a book of shadows, or book of ritual. Each Coven will use a different grimoire and/or book of shadows.

Ethical practices: Wiccan ethics are summed up in the Law called the Wiccan Rede, "An Ye Harm None, Do As Ye Will".

How does Witchcraft recruit new members?: Witches do not proselytize, but they welcome inquiries from those who hear about the Craft by either word of mouth or the media.

Relationship with other religions: Co-operations with the whole pagan community is very high. Relations with other religions are cordial, except those groups which have sought to persecute or defame the Craft."


Es un homenaje sutil a los filmes de DON LEÓNIDAS ZEGARRA UCEDA.

Un gran ejemplo, genera buenas obras. Por este motivo proporcionamos a "TEMPORADA DE BRUJAS / EN TIEMPO DE BRUJAS / CACERÍA DE BRUJAS (SEASON OF THE WITCH)" una posicion importante entre

DON LEÓNIDAS ZEGARRA UCEDA, gran cineasta católico, apreciado en Hispanoamérica, defiende con su obra fílmica una cultura cuyo objetivo somos los seres humanos como hijos de Dios a diferencia del cine que promueve la acumulación como signo de poder diabólico de unos hombres sobre otros. En la imagen, el renombrado director se encuentra en la Plaza de Armas de La Paz, Bolivia. Se aprecia la hermosa Catedral paceña.

DON OLLANTA HUMALA TASSO a la izquierda de la imagen. Al haber tenido experiencia militar, este Candidato a la Presidencia de la República del Perú asegura una defensa patriótica de los intereses nacionales. Se distingue por un sano respeto a la Iglesia Católica, Apostólica y Romana, a diferencia de la actitud de los militares estadounidenses, que tras la excusa de "tolerancia" promueven el satanismo, la brujería y otras perversidades en sus instituciones castrenses. La vocación por la democracia popular de DON OLLANTA asegura que el Perú será para nosotros, los peruanos, y Latinoamérica para los latinoamericanos. Sería buena idea que su bajo su mandato se establezca una oficina de censura para proteger a la población de los mensajes cinematográficos que forman parte de las operaciones psicológicas ateas, satánicas y pro-comunistas de los estadounidenses y que lesionan la cultura nacional. EL PARTIDO MARXISTA - LENINISTA - PARIS HILTON saluda afectuosamente la inclinación por la democracia real de tan excelente candidato.

jueves, 17 de marzo de 2011



Esta película es maravillosa porque:
This movie is wonderful because:

1) Muestra cómo los propietarios de la industria del armamento estadounidense promocionan sus productos en Estados de Norteamérica y en el resto del mundo.

Teniendo en cuenta que la industria estadounidense existe en función de la industria del armamento es obvio qué quiere vender este filme: a) mayor gasto militar estadounidense, b) mantener una invasión a tierras extranjeras, c) justificar en el espíritu de los espectadores las masacres inducidas por los propietarios de las fábricas de armas.

Obviamente, estas circunstancias solamente se conservan merced al apoyo de propagandistas de todo tipo que prestan su "autoridad" a esta actividad (ya sea en el mundo "académico", político, laboral, religiosos, etc.).

Como comentario breve al punto "c)", hay que resaltar que los trabajadores estadounidenses no están bajo ningún ataque, invasión o colonización y que sus ciudades están lejos de encontrarse en el estado mostrado en el filme "INVASIÓN DEL MUNDO: BATALLA LOS ÁNGELES / INVASIÓN A LA TIERRA (BATTLE: LOS ANGELES)". Muy por el contrario, con su labor, los trabajadores estadounidenses financian a unas fuerzas armadas que se solazan en segar la vida de niños inocentes cuya única culpa es haber nacido en su propio territorio y cuya vida entra en conflicto con los intereses económicos de la burguesía armamentista estadounidense.

Y para que sea evidente que esto no es invención de nos remitimos alDEPARTAMENTO DE AGRESIÓN ESTADOUNIDENSE... ¡perdón!, ¿escribí "agresión"?. En realidad quise escribir "defensa": DEPARTAMENTO DE DEFENSA ESTADOUNIDENSE (U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE) (naturalmente esta institución estatal sirve para que los propietarios de las fábricas se "DEFIENDAN" de los trabajadores [¡ji-ji-ji!]):

( coloca las letras en negrita sobre el texto que dice: "helicopter strike that left nine boys dead in Afghanistan’s Kunar province", I want to offer my sincere apologies for killing nine children…, "the killing of innocent Afghan civilians is ultimately the result of the insurgency and terrorist activity." )


American Forces Press Service

General Apologizes for Civilian Deaths in Afghanistan

By Army Sgt. 1st Class Michael J. Carden
American Forces Press Service

WASHINGTON, March 3, 2011 – A top U.S. general in Afghanistan offered condolences via a video recording released today for a March 1 helicopter strike that left nine boys dead in Afghanistan’s Kunar province.

NATO’s International Security Assistance Force released the pre-recorded video this morning, which featured Army Lt. Gen. David M. Rodriguez, commander of ISAF’s Joint Command, apologizing for the deaths of the Afghan boys and explaining his troops’ actions in the incident.

I want to offer my sincere apologies for killing nine children…,” the general said. “I want to tell you what happened, not to make an excuse, but rather, because we understand that knowing the facts of a seemingly inconceivable tragedy sometimes helps.”

Coalition helicopter pilots mistakenly identified the nine young boys as insurgents based on intelligence reports, Rodriguez said. The boys were chopping wood near a location that reportedly was used by insurgents just hours earlier in a rocket attack on a nearby coalition outpost. One American soldier was wounded in the rocket attack.

“The coalition dispatched two helicopters to the location they were told the attack came from,” Rodriguez explained. “The helicopters identified what they thought were insurgents, killing nine, [but] shortly thereafter, we received word that these young men were not insurgents.”

An assessment team arrived on the scene immediately following the airstrike and confirmed the accidental killings, he said.

“They were simply boys who had been cutting wood,” Rodriguez said. “We had made a terrible mistake.”

The incident was a shock to the command and troops involved, he said, because of the measures the NATO command has taken over the past two years to prevent civilian casualties.

“These incidents are rare, particularly when compared to all the operations we conduct with our [Afghan] army and police partners,” the general said. “We take each civilian death or injury very seriously.

“Being fathers and brothers and friends ourselves,” he continued, “we understand that when death comes to your family or community, it doesn’t matter if that’s the very first time it ever happened. To you, it’s the only incident that matters.”

The apology went on to describe the effort and lengths coalition leadership and troops serving in Afghanistan go to prevent civilian casualties. Rodriguez noted that ISAF adheres to several directives outlining ground and air forces’ rules of engagement on the battlefield.

“We do spend considerable time training our soldiers on how to engage the right targets,” the general explained. “We have directives, and we make sure that all soldiers clearly understand them. These directives are constantly under review and we are continually enforcing their messages.

“In the past year, because of this emphasis,” he added, “we have done much better in preventing civilian casualties, but we acknowledge we have to do better.”

Rodriguez said he and his troops accept full responsibility for their actions. However, he added, the killing of innocent Afghan civilians is ultimately the result of the insurgency and terrorist activity.

“I ask that the Afghan people help stop the senseless killings brought upon all of us by an enemy who wants to rule the people through fear and violence,” the general said. “Help us honor the lives lost by actively pursuing a future of hope, one that rejects tragedy like the one yesterday.”

Army Lt. Gen. David M. Rodriguez

Related Sites:
NATO International Security Assistance Force

Observamos pues que, mientras la propaganda bélica, la propaganda de la propiedad privada de la industria del armamento, pretende hacernos creer que los trabajadores estadounidenses sufren terriblemente porque "la Tierra" es "colonizada", en realidad son los hijos de honrados trabajadores de tierras lejanas los que son... no voy a terminar la oración porque es demasiado triste pensar en lo que ocurrió a esas vidas que pudieron ser y no fueron para que unos individuos llamados "empresarios" tengan una piscina más grande, un mayor consumo de combustible, una mansión con un par de docenas de habitaciones más, un menú más extravagante, una nueva fábrica automatizada, ... o lo que sea que se considere un signo de riqueza en su círculo social. Y aún cuando vivan en condiciones miserables, esos empresarios devendrán "filántropos" y donarán unos milloncitos a sus propias fundaciones, darán unas bequitas para obtener tontos útiles en cada país, harán unas campañitas de "relaciones públicas" y pretenderán emerger nuevamente a la vida social libres de toda relación con esos eventos espantosos de los que son organizadores e instigadores.

Naturalmente, el general a cargo se excusa por el "asesinato de los nueve niños" y añade finalmente que "el asesinato de civiles afganos inocentes es en último término el resultado de la insurgencia y de la actividad terrorista". ¿De qué otro modo podía ser?. Los culpables son quienes siempre han vivido allí y defienden sus tierras, sus costumbres, sus tradiciones, su organización política. ¡Ya están advertidos!. La vez próxima, las fuerzas armadas invasoras se "equivocarán" un poquito más y arrasarán todo un caserío, un pueblo, una ciudad, otro país más y luego de pedir disculpas, otro general (o el mismo tal vez), repetirá : "el asesinato de civiles afganos inocentes es en último término el resultado de la insurgencia y de la actividad terrorista". Y así, la "insurgencia" y la "actividad terrorista", que jamás tuvo capacidad militar alguna para desaparecer a todo el país, serán las responsables del exterminio de un país para que otros dolaritos ensangrentados más entren a las cuentas bancarias de los honorables y emprendedores capitalistas estadounidenses y... ya saben: "si me meto a tu país y te extermino es por tu culpa".

Ya se ve pues cuán perversa es la propaganda presente en este filme, cuán horrible su actitud, cuán espantosa su hipocresía. Estos aspectos son los que verdaderamente horrorizan de esta película.

2) Muestra cómo el DEPARTAMENTO DE DEFENSA ESTADOUNIDENSE (U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE) sirve los intereses de la industria del armamento estadounidense.

¿Cómo podía ser de otro modo?. Es bien sabido que el Estado es una aparato que una clase utiliza para imponer su voluntad a otra clase u otras clases. Y en este caso de trata de venderle a "los consumidores" la "NECESIDAD" de la producción industrial de helicópteros y aviones y vehículos terrestres de combate, de balas y armas y ropas, de medios de comunicación electrónica, de infraestructura y mochilas y entrenamiento y lo que sea al servicio de la guerra. Se trata de hacer creer que dilapidar ingentes recursos en la fabricación, construcción y preparación para "la guerra" tiene sentido, es razonable, responde a las exigencias de unas emociones saludables, armónicas.

Basta quedarse unos momentitos sentaditos luego del término de la pieza propagandística llamada "INVASIÓN DEL MUNDO: BATALLA LOS ÁNGELES / INVASIÓN A LA TIERRA (BATTLE: LOS ANGELES)" para notar tres nombres que aparecen de modo prominente junto a sus cargos, para fines prácticos vamos a tomar esos nombres de la siguiente página (en la cual aparecen cuatro nombres):

James D. DeverSenior Military Technical Advisor
Tom MinderMilitary Technical Advisor
Quay TerryAssistant Military Technical Advisor
Philip StrubDepartment of Defense (Entertainment Media Liaison)

¡Qué maravilla!.
¡Ahora ya podemos afirmar que hay "realismo" en la película!.
¡¡¡Es que todos sabemos que el planeta Tierra está siendo invadido!!!.
Como en el caso de "TRANSFORMERS" (1 y 2) el DEPARTAMENTO DE DEFENSA ESTADOUNIDENSE (U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE) se pone de parte de un "realismo" de los más extraño... cuando se olvida que lo que se desea es vender la necesidad de continuar la producción de armamento y su uso internacional. ¡Aaahhhh yaaaaaa!.

Para los interesados colocamos unos datos relativos al "Asesor Técnico Militar Principal" llamado...

During his 25 years in the Marine Corps, James Dever pursued some of the most physically and mentally demanding challenges the Marine Corps had to offer.

His posts included Force Reconnaissance Company, Special Tactics Instructor, HALO School and Static Line Jump Master and Battalion Sergeant Major.
Now retired, his experience is sought by Hollywood — as a Military Technical Advisor. He has ensured authenticity for more than 20 films, ranging from “Flags of Our Fathers” to “Terminator: Salvation.”

Y para los que quieran ver algo de todo lo que hay para vender de armamento militar...

3) Muestra abiertamente que el cine estadounidense promueve no solamente la tortura, sino sus métodos más sádicos y extremos.

Esto se sencillo de apreciar en una de las escenas más perturbadoras de toda la historia del cine (considerada desde un punto de vista ideológico).

Mientras "LA BATALLA DE ARGEL", filme dirigido por Gillo Pontecorvo, ha sido utilizado repetidas veces para promover la tortura como una necesidad entre las fuerzas colonialistas y represivas, "INVASIÓN DEL MUNDO: BATALLA LOS ÁNGELES / INVASIÓN A LA TIERRA (BATTLE: LOS ANGELES)" coloca al alcance masivo escenas de una vivisección de un soldado enemigo, al cual se trata de quitar la vida por todos los medios, mediante sucesivos actos de crueldad horrenda contra su cuerpo, que es descubierto capa tras capa, en una progresión de terror ideológico indescriptible.

4) Es un atentado psicológico abierto contra Latinoamérica.

Es posible observar una pantalla en la que se muestra a Latinoamérica siendo invadida por las mismas tropas "que invaden Los Ángeles". Los indicadores de tal invasión son unos círculos rojos sobre distintas partes de un mapa. Naturalmente, como ello es irreal, como ello solamente existe en la ficción fílmica, lo que se intenta lograr es la aceptación, por parte de la población de Latinoamérica, de las atrocidades bélicas estadounidenses y de sus aliados. Este atentado contra las emociones y la conciencia de la población al sur de los EE.UU. se llama "guerra psicológica". Hasta es posible leer un cartelito de los subtítulos una referencia a una "compañía Lima". ¿Es ello inocente o una sútil agresión psicológica?. Allí donde la propiedad privada de medios de producción de armamento coloca su mira, nada hay de inocente.

5) Muestra que la agenda homosexual, necrofílica y zoofílica es promovida en las fuerzas armadas estadounidenses.

Como es usual cuando se desea transmitir ideas a largo plazo a través de la propaganda fílmica, se exponen las ideas de modo veloz y sin darle importancia.

En determinado momento, antes de un asalto al "enemigo", uno de los soldados estadounidenses dice en referencia a quienes van a atacar, algo así como:

"TO SHOW THEM WHO THEY ARE FUCK--G WITH!" (la "i" y "n" han sido censuradas).

Como en realidad se ignora el género de los enemigos, si están vivos o muertos, si son animales o alguna otra cosa, esta es una carta en blanco para la promoción de todo tipo de agendas perversas. Se puede sugerir que el verbo "TO F?CK" significa varias cosas y se utiliza en contextos distintos, sin embargo, precisamente una de las formas del dominio ideológico es la capacidad de proveer de sentido a las palabras. Cuando se necesita condicionar a la población a ciertas agendas, los anglosajones utilizan término con significados múltiples. Lo podemos ver en el siguiente acápite.

Página 78:

"1. We believe that we have included sufficient evidence in the report to
establish a clear trend toward increasing support for permitting
homosexuals in the work place. Table 4.1 shows an increasingly more
positive attitude on an identically worded opinion question that was
administered six different times over 14 years to the same population by
the same survey organization."
Leaders Can Pave Way For Openly Gay Troops, General Says
By Lisa Daniel
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30, 2010".

6) Muestra que para la burguesía estadounidense todas las poblaciones foráneas son enemigos potenciales, además de la misma población de los EE.UU..

Esto es sencillo de identificar puesto que el término "ALIEN" (que suena en inglés como "eylien") significa tanto "extranjero" como "ser de otro mundo o planeta".

Así que cuando los personajes de "INVASIÓN DEL MUNDO: BATALLA LOS ÁNGELES / INVASIÓN A LA TIERRA (BATTLE: LOS ANGELES)" atacan a los "alien" o son agredidos por ellos, se condiciona a la población estadounidense para que piense que los extranjeros son los que los atacan. ¡Es que hay que justificar la producción de armamento!.

Cada vez que aparece una película nueva de "extraterrestres" en realidad se condiciona a la población de los EE.UU. para que tema a los demás pueblos de la Tierra y así venderle más "seguridad nacional", más explotación y despilfarro de recursos y se le prepara para la próxima excursión colonial con fines de distraerla de su situación social y disponerla a depredar tierras foráneas.

7) Este filme muestra lo valiosas que son las películas de DON LEÓNIDAS ZEGARRA UCEDA.

Porque al fin y al cabo, se pueden hacer armas sofisticadas pero el corazón del hombre ha cambiado poco o nada. Y un cineasta como DON LEÓNIDAS ZEGARRA UCEDA, que realiza sus filmes con la mayor ilusión, es un ejemplo soñador a ultranza y en este sentido, constituye un signo de esperanza (aunque débil) para la humanidad. Por cumplir esta función, concedemos a"INVASIÓN DEL MUNDO: BATALLA LOS ÁNGELES / INVASIÓN A LA TIERRA (BATTLE: LOS ANGELES)" un puesto entre LOS MEJORES ESTRENOS 2011 EN EL PERÚ (BEST MOVIES 2011 IN PERU)

DON LEÓNIDAS ZEGARRA UCEDA, cineasta peruano orgullo de Hispanoamérica, alecciona a la prensa boliviana en La Paz, durante un descanso del rodaje de su clásico instantáneo "MARÍA Y LOS NIÑOS POBRES".

sábado, 12 de marzo de 2011



La ASOCIACIÓN CIVIL MICAELA BASTIDAS ofrece al público, de modo gratuito, uno de los ciclos fílmicos más impactantes en lo que va del año 2011. El tema central es la MUJER, ese ser tan misterioso que, al parecer, es imprescindible para la sobrevivencia del género humano (que no lea esto ninguna mujer porque sino me pega).

Como es sabido desde antiguo, la aparición del patriarcado ha llevado a las distintas agrupaciones humanas a guerras constantes, a la adoración del diablo (como no puede ser de otro modo en una sociedad de clases, pues el diablo es la representación ideológica perfecta para expresar los intereses particulares clasistas) y a la devaluación constante de la Verdad, la Bondad y la Belleza.

Los varones, como es sabido, carecemos de capacidad emotiva suficiente como para organizar la sociedad con sabiduría, en principio, porque somos subdesarrollados emocionalmente con respecto de las féminas. Por tanto, un ciclo relativo a la MUJER tiene que ser estudiado cuidadosamente para captar aquellos aspectos que colaboren con la Revolución (como sea que la entienda quien esto lee) y para ver si estos filmes captan los aspectos más sutiles de la lucha de clases en sectores específicos de la sociedad contemporánea.

El PARTIDO MARXISTA-LENINISTA-PENSAMIENTO PARIS HILTON se complace en recomendar a sus abundantes lectores y simpatiquísimas e innúmeras lectoras el que asistan a tan significativo ciclo fílmico (además, si no lo recomiendo todas esas mujeres son capaces de mirarme con ojeriza y eso me forzaría a llorar).

Entre las películas que conforman esta muestra excelente encontramos a:

(Jueves 17 de Marzo de 2011) [6:30 p.m.].

Eva trabaja como costurera en una fábrica estatal de ropa mientras sueña con ser la diseñadora de moda y tener un cuarto propio para casarse con su novio de toda la vida, Ángel, un indolente pero cariñoso isleño.
Su vida cambia cuando conoce a Jorge, un atractivo y adinerado exiliado que visita Cuba con un objetivo más ambicioso que tomar fotos para un libro... . Eva se enamora... , ¿de ambos?. Eva tendrá que decidir entre su cubano y su extranjero."
[Datos tomados de la página electrónica oficial]

Página electrónica oficial:
Avance del filme:

"1, 2 Y 3 MUJERES":
(Jueves 24 de Marzo de 2011)


"1, 2 y 3 Mujeres, aborda el tema de la mujer y su relación con el entorno social y geográfico desde diferentes perspectivas y propuestas estéticas través de las historias de Eloína, Rosario y Gregoria. Eloína, muestra la grandeza y el valor de asumir determinadas posiciones en el rol de madre. Rosario deja la experiencia de la candidez a la mujer en el contexto de la soledad y Gregoria muestra la debilidad versus la fortaleza y el ímpetu en la toma de decisiones para garantizar una estabilidad emocional".

[información tomada de:

Avance del filme:


(Jueves 31 de Marzo de 2011)

"Es 1856 y un barco de cazadores de ballenas se acerca a Paita, el último reducto de Perú, un puerto pesquero. Entre los tripulantes del barco se encuentra Hermán Melville, un joven marinero que lleva en sus entrañas la idea de escribir la historia de una ballena llamada Moby Dick. Allí en Paita, vivió una mujer que escandalizó a todo el continente 30 años atrás. Se trata de Manuela Sáenz, la mayor amante de Simón Bolívar, imborrable héroe venezolano. Melville decide buscarla para conocer su historia."
[Datos tomados de:

Información en francés:



(Jueves 7 de Abril de 2011)

"María acompañada de su esposo Georges viaja de París a Venezuela a la hacienda herencia de su tía, la cual ahora está en venta. En cada rincón de la hacienda de Oriana se encuentran escondidos los trazos de su pasado, que aparecen y desaparecen ante los ojos de su sobrina María. De su memoria afloran los recuerdos de un amor prohibido, señales de violencia y el deseo obsesivo de Oriana"-


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