How to do a Visual Analysis- a 5 Step Process Infographic: It’s been my experience that students approaching a visual analysis assume that they have to find a visual artifact that is overtly controversial (like a racy lingerie ad or using teenagers to sell products) or else there is nothing to say about it. However, thousands and thousands of visual objects and images that surround us every day make statements that are worth evaluating.
As a student of the history of debt, having lived through debt problems myself, and having founded and run a credit counseling organization I have a very unique view from inside and outside the debt world. If there were mistakes and beliefs to be had, Ive had them. If there perceptions about debt, theyve floated through my mind, If there moral decisions to be weighed in regards to debt, Ive wandered across all of those boundaries as well.
So, here s the rub. I have been in therapy and learning as much as I can about PTSD for nearly three years now. Diagnosed back in November as Epileptic, 260+ seizures later I suffer a Mini-Stroke. Medicated successfully for the seizures on Gabapentin, medicated successfully for my Alcohol Dependency on Omeprazole, medicated successfully for my Depression on Sertraline I... Incompetant Bloody Doctor !!
Arcturian Ancient History - Message to the Lemurians // I am again posting some of the Arcturian messages that I added to my fourth Pleiadian Perceptions on Ascension books. In this section, the Arcturians are in Inner Earth speaking with the Lemurians #GAIA #Arcturians #Lemurians #Pleiades
To you, perceptive reader, I bequeath my history....Late one night, exploring her father's library, a young woman finds an ancient book and a cache of yellowing letters. The letters are all addressed to "My dear and unfortunate successor," and they plunge her into a world she never dreamed of-a labyrinth where the secrets of her father's past and her mother's mysterious fate connect to an inconceivable evil hidden in the depths of history.
The relationship between fashion aesthetics and political commentary is endlessly fascinating; this thorough timeline of the perception of black lipstick from 4000 B.C. up through the Kardashians is as entertaining as it is informative. —Jenna Wortham, Technology Reporter and Columnist