Behmen


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German mystic and theosophist who founded modern theosophy

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Behmen Nicolas Cage Felson Ron Perlman Debelzaq Stephen Campbell Moore The Girl Claire Foy Hagamar Stephen Graham Eckhart Ulrich Thomsen Kay Robert Sheehan Cardinal D'Ambroise Christopher Lee
SEASON OF THE WITCH (15, 94 MINS) BEHMEN (Nicolas Cage) and friend Felson (Ron Perlman) are Crusaders who turn their backs on the church and return home to discover that the Black Plague has ravaged their beloved land.
Set in the plague-ravaged 14th century, he plays Behmen, a knight who's offered a pardon for deserting from the Crusades if he escorts a woman accused of witchcraft across dangerous countryside.
SEASON OF THE WITCH (15) Cineworld, Showcase & Vue - Former Crusaders Behmen (Nicolas Cage) and Felson (Ron Perlman) lead a team that must deliver a young witch (Claire Foy) to a remote abbey where the monks will perform a ritual to purge her tortured soul and hopefully free the land of plague .
One of the film's highlights is watching Behmen and Felson leading their horses and a carriage across a fraying rope suspension bridge, but even this daring sequence only just survives the welter of digital special effects.
In Season of the Witch, two Crusaders called Behmen (Nicolas Cage) and Felson (Ron Perlman) are charged with transporting a young beauty to a remote abbey where monks might cleanse her soul.
Another reason for taking on the role of the war-weary Crusader Behmen was a change of scenery.
Ibrahim Al-Duaij Al-Sabah and Sarajevo Mayor Ali Behmen initialled here Thursday an twinship agreement to stress relations in all fields between the two governorates.
Mostar mayor Ljubo Beslic and his colleagues Andro Vlahusic (Dubrovnik) and Alija Behmen (Sarajevo) emphasised the importance of two Pan-European routes Adriatic-Ionian corridor (Italy to Greece) and European Route E73 (Hungary, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia) that would pass through these countries.
Omer Behmen, perhaps the most influential Muslim official, says the goal was to "put up a fight for long enough to bring in the international community.
The historic mansions, libraries, and family papers of other old Bosniak families in Stolac--Rizvanbegovic, Behmen, and Mahmutcehajic--were also burned and destroyed (Presidency-in-exile of the Municipality of Stolac, 1996, pp.
Have now another plain fact: Any man of mechanical talents may from the writings of Paracelsus or Jacob Behmen, produce ten thousand volumes of equal value with Swedenborg's and from those of Dante or Shakespear, an infinite number.
Alija Izetbegovic, Omer and Salih Behmen, and Ismet Kasumagic, claiming that they were informants of Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini and sentencing them to various prison terms.
11) He lists the mystics, George Fox, Jacob Behmen, and William Law, and philosophers, Spinoza, Kant, Fichte and Schelling in BL, 1: 151-64.