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CERN film “Symmetry” – End of Time Ritual – Occult Symbolism

By Carla B.

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There are many symbolisms and occult references that stand out in pop culture today. From historical artifacts, to music and film, it seems the occult world has never really gone away, but in fact has become more flagrant and blatant. The problem is that many are unaware of the meanings behind what some consider to be just artistic entertainment that appeals to the senses with no real hidden meanings, or agendas behind them. There are many musicians that promote their music through occult influence — this is a fact, now it seems as if CERN, a name many can relate only to science has decided to take a jab at it as well.  Filmmaker Ruben Van Leer has produced a dance, opera film called, Symmetry.

Screenshot from the film Symmetry

In a nutshell, Leer’s film uses the Collider as a stage — telling the story of Lukas, a scientist and dancer who is moved by an inner voice (soprano singer Claron McFadden), and gets thrown off course from his studies. He wanders about the Collider, floats through space, and explores different dimensions under her guidance. Eventually, Lukas uses the Collider as a transporter to travel to a white desert (barren like place) that is probably a different plane of existence. It almost appears as if this is our last dance, if you will.

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The opera like choreography has a ritualistic feel, and physics in the film presumably explores questions about humanity’s origin.

Take a look at the video below courtesy of Round SaturnsEye — which breaks down the occult meaning of ‘Symmetry.’

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Lebron James leads the Miami Heat to “Harlem Shake” super-stardom – EOTM TV

Check out the video below as Lebron James leads his team into dance super-stardom history — Miami Heat Style!

Photo credit: AP

James and Dwyane Wade released their video on Thursday and by midnight it had been viewed more than six million times on YouTube.

The video took the two about 30 minutes to edit according to James. Once they saw the final version, Wade said he “knew this was going to be pretty funny.” For instance, Wade is dressed like a teddy bear from Saturday Night Fever.

“It’s a long season, man,” Wade said. “For us, it was just trying to enjoy the process. It’s going to be go time soon, and then we’re not going to be able to do anything, fun was the ultimate goal.”


“With everything that goes on with our team from the outside, we have to figure out a way to keep ourselves sane and have fun,” James said. “It’s no disrespect to anyone we go against or the game itself. We approach the game like the best competitors, but in the meantime you have to appreciate more than just basketball.”

A list of the players and their costumes in the video: James, the spastic king; Wade, Saturday Night Fever bear; Bosh, ’80s cowboy break-dancer; Battier, “horse-stronaut”; Udonis Haslem, heavyweight champion fireman; Ray Allen, phantom of the opera; Andersen, Sons of Anarchy foot soldier; James Jones, disturbed clown; Norris Cole, “N.C. Hammer”; Chalmers, Super Mario; Rashard Lewis, jabawaki mime; Miller, sombrero wearing Ray Mysterio Junior; Jarvis Varnado, luchador; Joel Anthony, Antigua flag mask with Santa Claus cap.

The Miami Herald contributed to this report.

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Dancing for Good: Illustrious Dance Community Ignite the Stage for “Move it or Lose it”

Published by EOTM News Editor on March 1st, 2013 - in Breaking News, Dance, Entertainment News, Press Releases

(Glendale, CA -March 1, 2013)- Ignite Dance Workshops will present “Move it or Lose it”, an unforgettable evening of dance elite and young dance enthusiasts, as they come together to celebrate in performance at the legendary Alex Theatre, located at 216 North Brand Blvd., Glendale, CA 91203 on Saturday, April 26, 2013. The red carpet arrivals and will begin at 6:30 PM and the show will promptly begin at 7:30 PM.

Credit: Serving Angels Media

“Move it or Lose it” is a TV Game Show spoof developed on the innovations of two elder dance masters: Rudolf Laban (utilizing his codification of the “7 Elements of Movement”), and Merce Cunningham (recreating his choreographic use of randomness), where contestants are student dancers of Ignite’s free dance education programs for the Glendale Unified School District in collaboration with dance professionals. This is a phenomenal platform for the community youth and industry professionals to create magic on stage together.

“Move it or Lose it” will comprise of riveting performances by dance superstars Joelle Martinec & Sole Vita, Benjamin Allen, Erica Barin, Scott Hislop, conservatory youth of Ignite Dance Workshops, and school district youth. The show is directed by Ignite’s Founding Director, Choreographer/Actress, Laura Fremont.

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Ignite Dance Workshops is partnered with Glendale and Los Angeles Unified School District providing arts education to undeserved youth of the communities with innovative programs, impacting lives through dance education.

It will be an awe-inspiring night with dancing stars that will forever glide across your heart.

For more information please go to  Sponsorship packages are available. To purchase tickets contact the Alex Theatre at (818) 243-ALEX.

For Media Inquiries and Interviews with Laura Fremont, please contact Betrice Coleman-Sweet, Serving Angels Media at (818) 533-8227 or via email at

About Ignite Dance Workshops:

Ignite Dance Workshops, a nonprofit organization creating valuable opportunities for youth through dance education programs of including conservatory, outreach, and performance. Our impact is realized through performance opportunity, one-on-one commitment to each student, free school dance programs, and awarding scholarships, recognizing the contribution and dignity of each new dancer. Join us in our mission to change lives through the joy of dance.

Usher brings his dance moves to ‘Dance Central 3’ video game for Xbox 360

R& B star Usher Raymond takes his dance moves —  Gamer style! The  singer announced Monday at Microsoft’s Electronic Entertainment Expo press conference his role in “Dance Central 3,” the upcoming third installment of the popular choreography game developed by Harmonix for Xbox 360’s camera-based Kinect system.

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Singer Usher performs to introduce Xbox 360 music video game 'Dance Central Three' for the Xbox 360 with Kinect, at the Microsoft Xbox E3 2012 media briefing in Los Angeles, Calif., Monday, June 4, 2012. ( AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes) Photo: AP / AP

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 “After looking at the first game, I was like, ‘Man, they didn’t really get the moves right, so I was able to 100 percent give them accuracy through choreography from videos, as well as from my live performance,” Usher said backstage at the trade show.

Usher’s songs “Scream” and “OMG” featuring are in the upcoming game.