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Hollywood Occult October 09 2019, 0 Comments

1920s Hollywood Occult

The Victorian era saw a rise in people's interest in spiritualism, theosophy, and secret societies. During the turn of the century people began to practice channelling, clairvoyance, Astrology, and past lives. This was due to the mixture of Eastern and Western spiritualism. This kind of thinking and interest flourished in Los Angles during the 1920s.  The city attracted many occults to start their own systems of alternative spirituality.  Film stars immersed themselves in the occult as many paid annual fees to astrologers.

1920s Hollywood Occult

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(Source a Steam Punk Opera and Images Courtesy of Eve Magazine, Edward Steichen, and Pinterest) 


Glamorous Lovers February 14 2018, 0 Comments

Old Hollywood Lovers

There is something magical about old Hollywood couples.  They always look absolutely gorgeous and glamorous.  Their affairs always seem to come out from the movies they acted in.  Above are a few of my favorite couples.  Happy Valentines!

From top left: Laurence Oliver and Vivian Leigh, Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, Arthur Miller and Marylin Monroe, Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Becall, Carole Lombard and Clark Gable, Frank Sinatra and Ava Gardner, Spencer Tracey and Katherine Hepburn.  

(Images courtesy of Google Images Search) 

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Halloween Scream! October 31 2017, 0 Comments

Scary Movie

My favorite podcast is You Must Remember This by Korina Longworth.  It's a wonderfully researched storytelling podcast about the history of Twentieth Centruy Hollywood.  Presenting on the Charles Manson murders, the Blacklist, dead blondes, and many more interesting stories about filmmaking.  And in time for Halloween, the latest series is Bela and Boris that features the stories of 1930's horror stars Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff.  If you are into old scary movies, this podcast is definitely for you.  

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(Images courtesy of Google Images) 

 


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