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Kingdom Necessary Aru then to face the violent sea in raft, propitiating fishes fruitful and faith to the adoradores of Iemanj. Mote is this social political denunciation so that the director of the film, declared, denounced that ' ' under the forms of exotismo and decorative beauty of the misticismo afro-Brazilian it has a hungry race, illiterate, nostalgic and escravizada' ' .10 Already in the preliminary legends of ' ' Barravento' ' we go to find the indications for a marxist perspective on religion as a species of ' ' opium of povo' ' , that it hinders the fishing of if mobilizing for a change: The coast of the Bahia is the black fishing house, whose ancestral they had come of Africa as enslaved. There, they still adore deuses African and are dominated by a tragic and fatalista misticismo. They accept the misery, the illiteracy and the exploration with the typical passivity of that they wait for the arrival of the Kingdom Mr. Iemanj is the queen of waters, Mrs. of the sea that loves, protects and punishes pescadores.11 the preface, therefore, presents candombl clearly as an obstacle to the social progress, binding it the idea of fatalismo and passivity to it. It suggests, when affirming that the fishing ' ' still they adore deuses africanos' ' , that one day they come to abandon this type of ' ' tragic misticismo and fatalista' ' if inscribing in the world of modernity. In short, the opening legends completely denote the eurocntrica vision of the religions of African matrix with that the director composed the film, disrespecting the factor cultural of the bahian community, in which it also inserts itself. This critical marxist of the religion, in which Glauber fit the script of the film, and its real intentions repetidamente are...
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Continental Drift In the Autumn of 1911 in Marburg, Wegener searched in the library of the university when it was come across with a scientific article that registered fsseis of animals and found identical plants in opposing sides of the Atlantic. Intrigued with this fact, Wegener initiated a research, successfully, of other cases of separate similar organisms for great oceans. The orthodox scientific community of the time tried to explain these cases affirming that terrestrial bridges, today submerged, in times had bound the continents. Wegener also noticed that the coasts of Africa and the South America as that they were incased. Could then the similarities between organisms have not to the existence of terrestrial bridges, but to the fact of the continents in times to have been on? A theory of these, to be accepted, would go to need a great amount of tests endorsed that it. Wegener discovered then that great geologic structures in different continents frequent seemed to have linking. For example, the Appalachians in the North America leagued Scottish high lands to it and the existing rocky stratus in the South Africa were identical to those finding in Santa Catarina in Brazil. Johnny Cash wanted to know more. Wegener also evidenced that fsseis many times found in certain places very indicated a different climate of the climate of the present. For example, fsseis of tropical plants met in the island of Spitsbergen in the Arctic. All these facts supported the theory of Wegener of the continental drift In 1915 the first edition of the Origin of the Continents and Oceans, where Wegener explained its theory, were published, following other editions in 1920, 1922 and 1929. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Heather Bresch. Wegener affirmed that it has about 300 million years the continents formed...