Come with us on a magical journey of mystery and discovery as we attempt to uncover the truth behind the legend of history’s most well known sovereign—King Arthur. Explore verdant, dew-drenched plains, wander amongst ancient crumbling ruins, and scour the rugged weather-beaten coastline of Great Britain in search of the elusive spirit of King Arthur and the enchanting Camelot. on this well-worn trail, you will encounter the likes of beautiful Guinevere, valiant Lancelot, magical Merlin, and the glorious Knights of the Round Table—not to mention Excalibur and the Holy Grail! Discover the possible final resting places of King Arthur, explore the potential locations of Camelot, and join the debate over the existence of the Holy Grail. It is all here and more, so charge forward into the realm of magic, mystery, and chivalry to uncover the truth behind the legend. Dig deep and find real bona-fide facts and the truth behind…King Arthur’s heritage, and how it contributed to his character • Why there is no historical record of the valiant Arthur and his beautiful Queen, Guinevere. • The magical Merlin • Merlin’s connection with Stonehenge • How Merlin played a part in King Arthur’s conception and life as a child. • The Holy Grail • Excalibur, the beautiful sword in the stone • And much more!
“Meditation should not be a torture. It must be fun! Start small. Five to ten minutes a day is a great start!” – Sandeep Maheshwari Sandeep Maheshwari is the founder of ImagesBazaar, the World’s…
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Richard Dreyfuss delivers an Academy Award-winning performance as romance blooms between two complete opposites forced to share an apartment in New York. Elliot Garfield (Dreyfuss) has just arrived in Manhattan to take the acting role of his life–Richard III in an off-off-Broadway production. Ex-chorus girl Paula McFadden has just been dumped again. This time her ex has abandoned her, sublet their apartment–to Garfield–and left Paula and her nine-year-old daughter without a job or a place to live. Garfield legally has claim to the apartment, but he can’t throw a mother and daughter out. So, despite Garfield’s habits of chanting, burning incense and walking about naked, the threesome forms a home.
Haunting, romantic and thrilling, Photographing Fairies is the unforgettable story of one man’s journey to disprove the supernatural. Still scarred by the loss of his wife, jaded photographer Charles Castle (Toby Stephens, Die Another Day) travels to a remote English village to debunk two girls’ claims of being able to photograph fairies. But as he delves deeper into the mysterious origins of the widely popular shots, he finds himself trapped in a web of passion and intrigue that may prove impossible to escape. Co-starring Ben Kingsley (House of Sand and Fog) and Edward Hardwicke (Elizabeth), it’s a mesmerizing fantasy based on true events.
Learn to meditate in a moment with this hugely popular animated video, based on Martin Boroson’s book, One-Moment Meditation.
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“Get ready to laugh when funnyman Christopher Lloyd lights up the screen as a hilarious one-man cast of characters in this rip-roaring comedy hit! Lloyd stars as an out-of-work actor lassoed into service by a group of thrill-seeking teens. They’re out to create the summer camp of their dreams — a place with no parents, no counselors, and no rules! With Lloyd’s off-the-wall nuttiness in his funniest role yet, it’s nonstop laughs
at the wackiest summer camp ever!”
This powerful biographical drama was the top-grossing film the year it was released, garnered eight Oscar nominations, and boasts one of the greatest performances by the legendary Audrey Hepburn. A young woman enters the convent and cares for the indigent in the Belgian Congo, but as World War II breaks out, her free spirit and hatred for the enemy make her question her calling to God. Co-starring Academy Award-winner Peter Finch (“Network”) and Emmy-winner Colleen Dewhurst (“Murphy Brown”), in a performance Leonard Maltin calls “electrifying”.