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Twenty-First Century Troy interviews Scott Onstott, in this special I&D media feature filmed on location at Rosslyn Chapel just outside the capital city of Edinburgh.
Scott, a world renowned film maker and author on sacred geometry and sacred site alignments reveals some interesting discoveries about Rosslyn Chapel and discusses some of the metaphysical meaning of Gothic architecture.
Scott’s research is available for study and can be accessed in a series of books and videos from his web site.
Secrets In Plain Sight
Patterns in Art, Architecture, Urban Design & the Cosmos
His ground breaking video “Secrets In Plain Sight Volume 1” can be viewed for free on YouTube here ▼
Volume 2 of the series can be bought from Scott’s web site here ▼
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“Scott Onstott [Secrets In Plain Sight] Interview at Rosslyn Chapel Scotland”
An INTERNET & DIGITAL MEDIA PRODUCTION
music “surfing the void” by C21 Troy
copyright for all photography and digital images used in this video remains with their owners and are used here for educational purposes, in a non-profit capacity.
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Rose Sophia – “the making of a miracle”
An exploration into the “divine feminine, wisdom and spirituality”
You can view the Rose Sophia the making of a miracle photography gallery on Ficker here ▼
Rose Sophia – “the making of a miracle”
A montage of behind the scenes video footage and some of the photographs from the Rose Sophia “the making of a miracle” photography/ digital image gallery .
camera – C21 Troy
model – Rosie
light – Brendan
Music – used with permission – “window” by elecrto lobotomy
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Somebody must ‘uv lost a toe
Am stonin still
The Kelvin flow and
Thur’s nay where else
I want te go
It’s just amazin in the snow
Sledgin in Kelvingrove
Weans an dugs, yer daddy an mammy
And nae Parkies tae say …ye cannae!
Heavy Traffic on the street -Charing Cross Glasgow on the footbridge looking out onto the M8
A time lapse video with 1 frame per second with 1 second exposure.
There is an interesting moment when the rain comes on and we see the rain clouds pass over and the road surface glisten. Trolls surface from their lairs, braving the motorway traffic and creep across the tarmac to the hunting grounds of Sauchiehall Street…..Another Saturday night in Rain Town
The annual, West End Festival Parade, went under way, in front of tens of thousands of people, during the hottest day of the year so far.
Samba Bands, local and visiting community groups with drummers and dancers all in costume for a fun day of nonsense for everyone.
I&D media went “oot an aboot” to try and capture some of the excitement of the day on camera.
Oran Mor beer garden was a venue for bands as part of The West End Festival. We were lucky to catch Scotland’s top Ska band “Capone And The Bullets” and take a few photographs. Not an easy task as they don’t stand still for a second. Hope we managed to capture something of the buzz of their set.
At the end of the West End Festival Carvival Parade we were treated by some Traditonal Indian Dancing from Mela stars “Krishna Dancers” followed by the Glasgow;s very own SPANGLED CABARET. Festival go-ers were give a [tamed down] taste of the many delights on offer at their shows. Be sure to check them out. Highly recommended.
Pitaji. – Interview with a 100 year old Indian man living in Glasgow – Jai Ram Chadha
Jai Ram Chadda, called “Pitaji” a Hindi word meaning “Father” in English by his family of 3 generations, was born in Mumbai in 1907 and came to live in Chancellor St, Partick in the west side of the City of Glasgow in 1965.
As part of celebrations of his 100th Birthday I made a DVD film package of three films for his family and friends documenting his life story.
The films are
1) a presentation of his life story adapted from a live presentation slide-show given by his grand daughter Divia at his Centenary celebration party.
2) A slide show of images from his life given to me for use by his family and friends
3) An interview at his home in Govan where Jai talks about his earliest memories in India, moving to Kenya for work, and his life in Glasgow.
This video here is part 3 mentioned above and last 40 minutes.
The world was a very different place as we know it to day and we get to experience it through the spoken word of Pitaji.
Jai Ram Chadha enjoyed a moment of wider fame when Scots leaned the secret of his longevity was the result of drinking one glass of “Iron Bru” which is a traditional soft drink made in Scotland and was repeatedly reported in the Scottish Press.
….. but there is a lot more to his secret that….you will have to watch this film to find out what it is.
A Meeting With Pitaji
Jai Ram Chaddha
Interviewed by C21 Troy on 23/02/07 [10 days after his 100th birthday]
Camera /sound – C21 Troy
Music – Yaman [ Stephan Callaghan]
Produced By Internet & Digital Media 2007
© INTERNET & DIGITAL 2007
VALE OF TEARS The Story Of The Cadder Pit Disaster Glasgow 1913
“Vale Of Tears” is a documentary drama about events of the Cadder Pit Disaster. On August 3rd 1913. 22 men lost their lives due to “white damp” and fire. The Cadder pits were situated near the village of Lambhill, a few miles north of the city Of Glasgow, Scotland. It was the worst mining disaster of the city This documentary gives good account of the events and gives insight into the hazards and lack of safety measures which affected the miners in their daily lives. The events of the aftermath are also covered with an account of the funeral service and the fate of many of the widows after the disaster.
Based on accounts from both official and local stories the story is told by a narrator and “The Miner”
This production “Vale of Tears” is suitable for students of Glasgow History from secondary school level to adult..
Cadder Pit 15 Location here on Google Maps
VALE OF TEARS – THE STORY OF THE CADDER PIT DISASTER GLASGOW 1913
An INTERNET & DIGITAL
History and Heritage Media Production
INTERNET & DIGITAL
written and directed
[aka Twenty-First Century Troy, aka C21 Troy]
THE MINER – BRENDAN O’DONNELL
NARRATOR – C21 TROY
video effects, graphics, colour treatment, video editing by C21 Troy
make-up, wardrobe – Brendan O’Donnell
camera- Paul Troy
sound recording – David Roy
sound recording, dubbing and mixing – C21 Troy
Original musical recording used with permission.
“Funeral March” by Frédéric Chopin, performed by GLEN HOBAN
“7 Paths” theme and derived incidental music
composed and performed by C21 TROY
Sound effects The Free Sound Organisation
ARCHIVE AND RESEARCH SOURCES
Walter Benton & Co. Postcard Collection
Mitchell Library Glasgow
National Mining Museum Scotland
Open Museum Glasgow
all original photographs used in this video are in the
public domain and copyright remains with respective owners.
Summerlee Industrial Heritage Museum
Hunter Environmental Village
Glasgow and Coatbridge
© Paul Troy/ Internet And Digital
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