Stella Carrier Reviews Initially posted online on Thursday September 10, 2015 images and text from amazon.com

Scream
Scream
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5.0 out of 5 stars Must Be Open-minded, September 10, 2015
This review is from: Scream (MP3 Music)
I admit that Scream by Starkillers is one of my guilty pleasures because of the hypnotic electronic beat and risqué lyrics. Basically, this song seems to be about some self-confident woman pretty much aggressively pursuing the object of her desire without holding back.

Sugar (feat. Francesco Yates)
Sugar (feat. Francesco Yates)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amorous Delight?, September 10, 2015
Sugar (feat. Francesco Yates) by Robin Schulz is an electronic song with some hints of guitar and seems to be a song of being with someone who evokes a romantic high with a sense of unpredictability. Sugar (feat. Francesco Yates) is also great for those who are familiar with and/or who have enjoyed the quieter radio version of Suga Suga by Baby Bash or the Reggae Remix version of Suga Suga by Baby Bash (also credited to Major Riley and The Smokin Nephew)that is on the Universal Smash Hits 2 cd (track 7).

The Business of Emotion (feat. White Sea)
The Business of Emotion (feat. White Sea)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Complexity of Ardent Feelings?, September 10, 2015
The Business of Emotion by Big Data (feat. White Sea) appears to be a hybrid electronic and indie rock song that appears to have various meanings around the complexity of being around someone who makes your heart jump (metaphorically speaking).

Pressure
Pressure
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5.0 out of 5 stars Exhilaration Force?, September 10, 2015
This review is from: Pressure (MP3 Music)
Pressure by Nadia Ali, Starkillers& Alex Kenji (Alesso Edit) is a high energy dance song. I wish that i completely knew the lyric meaning, although I’m guessing that it has to do with a combination of being in love as well as how so much is simultaneously happening in her life (I admit that I was also guessing from watching the music video online). This is a good song to enjoy if you have enjoyed any of Nadia Ali’s previous songs such as Rapture. Feels So Good (collab with Armin Van Buuren), Fantasy, Is It Love, At The End etc.

My Type
My Type
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Music Narrator’s Type?, September 10, 2015
This review is from: My Type (MP3 Music)
My Type by Saint Motel is a very melodious indie rock song where the singer seems to confess to the target of his romantic crush that the person is their type. The music video seems to be some type of party or gathering of model looking people reminiscent of what I’m innocently guessing is of the 70’s or 80s.

Born To Be Wild
Born To Be Wild
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5.0 out of 5 starsMeant To Be A Free Spirit?, September 10, 2015
This review is from: Born To Be Wild (MP3 Music)
Born to Be Wild by Steppenwolf is an amusing classic rock song that resonates within my soul. I admit that I still need to carefully think more as to the song’s meaning. However, I’m guessing from the lyrics like a true nature’s child you were born to be wild that the song is about unapologetically being your uninhibited and natural self regardless of what others think (a lesson that I reluctantly admit to still being in the process of working on). However, overall, Born To Be Wild by Steppenwolf is also a strong feel good type of classic rock song.
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Vistas of Infinity - How to Enjoy Life When You Are Dead
Vistas of Infinity – How to Enjoy Life When You Are Dead
by Jurgen Ziewe
Edition: Paperback
Price: $17.84
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of A Kind Afterlife Book, September 10, 2015
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Please let me preface this review by making it transparently clear that I’m not telling anybody else how they ought to live and I definitely do not dub myself a moral expert and/or a moral policewoman on where people go after they die and/or how they are meant to live. Additionally, I’m blessed with great physical health and I humbly desire to live to be at least 85 years old (I say this because I intuitively understand that my human ego’s long life preference may or may not be aligned with the will of God/heaven/higher worlds of light, my higher self etc.). I just consider myself a spiritual truthseeker who is hungry for gathering spiritual knowledge to help me further understand my own life and share what captivates my soul and helps me on my quest to regaining and increasing my self-confidence (while sharing my findings of the books that fascinate me). This is important to me because I completely understand what it means to be true to yourself but I’m carefully integrating myself through this lesson because the real unadulterated me is much more sensual and into the study of certain mystical/occult areas that are controversial for contemporary societal mores(even for the new age community). One interesting experience; while immersing myself in understanding this book I had a currently unexplainable dream where I was inside a gigantic library with multiple levels of books that was also a hybrid of some classroom unlike anything I have yet been exposed to and multiple insertions/locations of stairways leading up to the multiple levels of books that were placed throughout this huge library/classroom (a massive blue brain- somewhere between cerulean or cobalt blue-was floating around me in the center of the classroom/library area for whatever reason). With that said, this book Vistas of Infinity; How To Enjoy Life When You Are Dead by Jurgen Ziewe is an afterlife book that is unlike any type of book that I have had before (and I’m fortunate to have been exposed to multiple books on the afterlife). Jurgen Ziewe dedicates this book with love to his wife Julia and his daughters Naomi and Martina and the following details are some of the enthralling tidbits of Vistas of Infinity;
Page 9; the picture looks similar to an image of a world that I’m fortunate to have visited in one of my dreams around the time I was 7 years old. Pages 10-11; Many of the experiences that the author recorded happened during his time of working sixty hours a week in a thriving career as a freelance commercial illustrator. page 22, as per the author, dreams are a natural peek into the type of world that awaits us after leaving earth at the end of our lives. Pages 29-30; An experience is captured where he enters a world populated by various artists and of diverse creations and craft fairs that have moving thought patterns. Pages 32-33; He encounters a service worker named Kay in the park who acknowledged what brought him to where he was now. Page 35; Kay shared how he had picked up that he had to be of service while being concern-free as to his own gain. Pages 43-44; He saw some things in the lower dimensional levels that could easily fit into a horror film such as what a woman in the afterlife had to experience while learning to let go of certain limitations and his scary vision of what he saw another man going through who had to learn to let go of heavy resentment and self-loathing (in the author’s words self-hatred). Pages 48-50; Ziewe encounters a spirit who (to put it politely) temporarily appeared as a zombie, however his compassion for the soul and what he did to help is heartfelt.
Page 51; Jurgen Ziewe shares his testimony of what happened when he met his mother in one of the non-physical realms as a way to help and comfort others who miss family members and/or friends who have already crossed over (I’m grateful that he shared this as it previously took me a long time to forgive myself for not showing more appreciation to my late adoptive mother for legally taking me on as her own biological daughter when she was still alive, she had basically died before I had truly appreciated her for adopting me- even after her telling me around age 17 or 18 how hard it was for her to make friends in a small town (population of around 2,000 people)of central Illinois who gave her a hard time (for being a Caucasian woman who was raising multiple children of other racial groups). Anyhow, the story of Jurgen Ziewe reuniting with his mother is very touching as he describes seeing her as he remembered from his childhood years. Pages 60-61; He finds out that his father has actually already reincarnated as a child in Russia. In the family reunions section, he also shares a fun fact that physical appearance in higher non-physical worlds can actually be altered by the intent of imagination and the complex finding that our mindset can have a powerful bearing on our environment setting when we die. Page 76; Sometimes people have to die before they can truly progress. Page 83 from the author’s late brother in law; Death is not some sort of punishment but a learning opportunity. When your life won’t allow you to expand your wisdom, then death very often provides new opportunities and may be the only way.
Nature’s Justice Section; Pages 93-95-The author shares frightening information of a suicide bomber who was in the middle of several charred and bloodied bodies of the victims he killed along with himself and the gruesome scene of him trying to free himself from the carnage but continually sliding back into the mess that he was trying to escape. Basically, the ghastly details he discusses in this afterlife hellish realm is pretty much as he put in his words what Hollywood could potentially use as inspiration for a modern day Dante’s inferno. A heavenly helper that the author found trying to help free some of the victims asked the writer to share with the earth what he found. The author humbly acknowledged that not as many people on earth may believe him as the helper hopes because he is not a traditional religious person.
Playing Fields of the Afterlife (the more love filled afterlife heavenly worlds)- Page 103; Many things that are shown in the latest science fiction and fantasy films can and may already be a reality on the non-physical realms. Page 119; The author references Aldous Huxley’s book The Doors of Perception and Heaven and Hell (1954). Page 122; Non-physical realms containing art colleges are featured. Mysteries of the Afterlife; page 133; A woman with curly blonde hair greets him in a village like setting and acknowledges that it is not everyday that they encounter a conscious traveler. Page 137; The powers of intent, expectation, and consensus are discussed. Page 139; A scene where some of the artists transform into their own creations/drawings is discussed. Pages 140-141; The power of shapeshifting is discussed. He meets a being who initially starts out as a benevolent dragon flying towards him and then she transforms into a beautiful red-haired woman. The woman’s outfit had contemporary colors on her and had just matched the dragon disguise she had a few moments before. He admitted that she was mysterious and enigmatic to him because he couldn’t quite put his finger on how he knew her (I’m politely guessing maybe either a past live, an in between life, and/or future life but for certain reasons to avoid interfering and/or unintentionally creating upheaval in his life she might not have been allowed to tell him at the time).page 155; The directors of cartoon city. Page 157; the power of imagination, drawing, and the cartoon director’s friendly wisdom that the cartoon world is all in the imagination (and partially how the characters were able to take on an intelligence and life of their own). Last, but not least, the cartoon director shared with the author that if you are passionate about your hobby you’ll have no problem creating whatever you want to do (I’m very grateful that I came across that healing gem on page 157 at a certain time for reasons I prefer to avoid elaborating on in this review out of consideration for this author). At the end of this book, the author also generously provides other written resources from other authors/websites for those who are curious to know more. Anyhow, there is so much more in this book Vistas of infinity; How To Enjoy Life When You Are Dead by Jurgen Ziewe for open-minded souls.

Princess Mononoke
Princess Mononoke
DVD ~ Hayao Miyazaki
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5.0 out of 5 stars Anime Film With Powerful Spiritual Messages, September 10, 2015
This review is from: Princess Mononoke (DVD)
Princess Mononoke is an enjoyable anime film that involves how a young boy’s life is changed once a negative spirit inhabits a large boor and creates chaos in his home village. The young boy named Ashitaka is left with a situation that endangers his life and he ends up crossing paths with a perplexing young woman named San who enchants him with her beauty and who was raised by wolves. Both San and Ashitake end up seeing a lot, such as a forest spirit who has the gift of bringing great healing and saving a living being from dying if the spirit sees that they are meant to live. I’m fortunate to have first watched Princess Mononoke with my husband when we were living in the Jacksonville Florida area (through the U.S. navy).

The Last Detail
The Last Detail
DVD
Price: $2.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Found out about from both amazon.com and my navytimes subscription,September 10, 2015
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Please know that I write this review for The Last Detail movie with gratitude for my current job. However, I happen to be drawn towards watching navy themed movies and television shows from time to time because my time in the navy was good to me and as a result I have a strong interest in certain navy themed films and tv shows. Anyhow, The Last Detail movie stars Jack Nicholson as Billy Buddusky, Otis Young as Richard Mulhall, and Randy Quaid as Larry Meadows. Both Buddusky and Mulhall are currently stationed in Norfolk Virginia for the movie’s setting and are awaiting orders to their next job assignment. They get tasked with escorting Meadows to the Portsmouth Virginia Brig for an offense that they feel does not warrant the punishment. However, both Buddusky and Mulhall are navy lifers and go along with what they are told to do because they have little say in what type of punishment fits Meadow’s action. Buddusky does have a foul sailor’s mouth and yet his heart of gold shines through when he convinces Mulhall why they must let Meadows have a little fun as they escort him. Mulhall is naturally hesitant due to the risks not just with Meadows running away but what can happen to his own navy career (the character of Mulhall is shown admitting during the film that he takes great pride in his navy career and is unsure what he would do or how he would fare if he was not making the navy a career). Mulhall eventually agrees with Buddusky’s plan on the condition that Buddusky stays aware that they are not escorting a person on their way to receiving a full navy retirement or honorable discharge. The aspiring writer/scriptwriter in me also enjoys how the character of Billy Buddusky simultaneously encouraging both Mulhall and Meadows to step out of their comfort zones a little bit in a fun/exciting way. The Last Detail film is credited to be based on a novel bearing the same name by Darryl Ponicsan and the screenplay by Robert Towne.

Devil Is a Part Timer: Complete Series [Blu-ray]
Devil Is a Part Timer: Complete Series [Blu-ray]
DVD ~ Naoto Hosoda
Price: $37.38
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Fun Anime Take on Redemption?, September 10, 2015
The Devil is a Part-Timer Season 1 is a 13 episode anime that my husband introduced me to and is definitely not what it at first appears to be with the title (with obviously favorable results). The dvd centers around the characters of Sadao Mao, Shiro Ashiya, Chiho,and Emilia Justinia who came from the world of Ente Isla and end up in modern day Japan for various reasons. They end up having to help each other as one of the characters works at MgRonalds while dealing with a rival busness across the street (Sentucky Fried chicken). Additionally, the characters of Sadao Mao and Shiro Ashiya improve for the better which confuses Emilia Justinia even more due to one of the reasons that brought her to Japan in the first place. There is obviously more to the series than what I’m writing, yet something compels me to avoid revealing more for those who have yet to see this distinctive anime series.

In Search of Sunrise, Vol. 5 Los Angeles
In Search of Sunrise, Vol. 5 Los Angeles
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5.0 out of 5 stars In Search of Mirthfulness, September 10, 2015
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In Search of Sunrise, Vol. 5 Los Angeles by Tiesto is a various artist gathering of 15 songs on each cd. A sample of the songs contained within this captivating collection are Colour My Eyes by Mark Norman presents Celine, Empty Streets by Late Night Alumni. Moonlight Party by Fonzarelli, Your Loving Arms by Karen Overton (Club mix remake of the 1995 version of Your Loving Arms by Billie Ray Martin), People Will Go (Steve Forte Rio Mix) by JES. Overall, In Search of Sunrise, Vol. 5 Los Angeles by Tiesto is a strong music collection for those who are looking for club music evoking a feeling of cheeriness.

State of Trance 2012
State of Trance 2012
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5.0 out of 5 stars A State of Sportive Songs, September 10, 2015
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This review is from: State of Trance 2012 (Audio CD)
A State of Trance 2012 by Armin Van Buuren is a two cd set of 32 songs. The first disc set is titled On The Beach and has fifteen songs ranging from meaningful songs such as Try To Be Love by Sunlounger & Zara Taylor (Roger Shah Naughty Love Mix)and the jovial Suddenly Summer by Armin Van Buuren feat. Ana Criado. The second disc titled in the club has 17 songs ranging from Armin Van Buuren’s collaboration with Gaia and 550 Senta (Aether Mix) by Andrew Rayel. A good selection for those looking for a hybrid of playful and worthwhile trance songs.

Euro Club Hits Vol. 9
Euro Club Hits Vol. 9
Price: $8.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Carefree Club Tunes, September 10, 2015
Euro Club Hits Vol. 9 is a various artists collection filled with multiple dance hits of a buoyant quality that you would hear at a club (hence the name). Every Word (feat. Daniela) and Get Shakey by the Ian Carey Project are some of the songs that immediately resonated with my soul. However, there are obviously other catchy songs that are going to appeal to a wide audience of dance music listeners who are either curious to listen to and/or who have heard European club music before.

Do you Believe In Magic
Do you Believe In Magic
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Price: $8.99

5.0 out of 5 starsWonderment of Life, September 10, 2015
Do You Believe in Magic by the The Lovin Spoonful is a classic rock song that appears to epitomize the wonder of the various facets of life. For instance, the group uses the symbolism of a young girl’s soul which I’m guessing is an innocent take on seeing the magic and mystery of life with the same freshness and jade-free outlook as a young person would (such as the common knowledge that many children and young people have not forgotten how to use the power of their imaginations effortlessly).

Ballroom Blitz
Ballroom Blitz
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5.0 out of 5 stars Dancing Bliss?, September 10, 2015
This review is from: Ballroom Blitz (MP3 Music)
Ballroom Blitz by The Sweet is a diverting classic rock song that appears to obviously capture the moment of a group of people in a setting just having a carefree good time. The guitar beats to this song are impressively timed with when the lyrics are sung during The Ballroom Blitz.

Ain't Nobody (Loves Me Better) [feat. Jasmine Thompson]
Ain’t Nobody (Loves Me Better) [feat. Jasmine Thompson]
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5.0 out of 5 stars Intense Love, September 10, 2015
Ain’t Nobody Loves Me Better by Felix Jaehn (feat. Jasmine Thompson) is a high tempo dance summery song that I first heard online through a radio station from Norfolk Virginia. Basically, the tune appears to be about someone who makes it feel safe to be in romantic love(just guessing). This song sounds like a respectable remake of Rufus and Chaka Khan’s Ain’t Nobody and is good for those who like eclectic love songs.
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