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The History of the Mirror – Worlds

History of Miracles We Produce from Mirrors: "The History of the Mirror"

"How did a face, known especially through the eyes of others, live with a body without the help of the mirror? Imagine the astonishment of someone who first saw his face!



"The primitive man who saw the reflected face only in the water of the springs gave his fortune for a mirror worth a few cents."

An 18-yr Korean story tells all of the scenes of the script in all its freshness: The fairy tale tells the story of a poor scarlet seller and his wife, who consists of having a single-minded bronze mirror

"A woman discovers a face he has never met in the frame as she has found the item she is longing for. Her husband was alone, but she saw a lady standing by her side. Aikumon to? Who is this bitch? Ms. Pak saw herself for the first time and could not understand that the woman next to her husband was herself. Curses, screams, curses. The couple goes to the voucher to leave, and they bring along the subject of the debate. And the governor sees this magical officer in uniform. He came to replace him. It was taken from the post in that case. "This is a little bit like the first meeting described as an exaggerated story.

There are many ways to look in the mirror: fear, shame, joy, pleasure, challenge. Human beings can also look for similarities and differences, heredity or alienation. The 18th century man who is accustomed to the mirrored room does not see himself as a 12th century man who believes that his (European) reflection is related to the devil. Ben's symbolization depends on a human thought which is both to be seen and to appear.

According to Lacan, the mirror phase that man has discovered inside and outside under the eyes of a third person has spread over centuries. One is always the same and another is similar to and different from himself, there are many faces. The Mirror protects your magical, mysterious, or creative power, even though it is the most common object of our time: "What kind of secret are you looking for?" ]

The Venice Secret

The mirror in Greek mythology is believed to be invented by the mining god Hephaistos. The first mirror of man is the nature. Water, natural stones, mines are used as reflectors. In the 5th century BC ancient scrolls have stalks decorated with mythological scenes, sometimes with stalks, or feet, small, bright, sometimes backs. Mirrors are often gümted, rarely found in gold mirrors.

An objeydi mirror that wealthy Roman women can not give up; Seneca, who rebelled in this context, made the following determination: "Women were willing to pay the value of the dowry they once gave to the daughters of the poor generals of the state in order to have one of the ornaments with precious stones, embroidered with gold or silver." And the Seneca one could say that it was wrong. The first mirror obtained in Çatalhöyük excavations is 9000 years old. Egypt, Gaia, Anatolia, Germenia excavations, 2-7 cm between the toilet mirror ornamental material, small mirrors such as amulets found. From the 13th century, small bulgeous mirrors were produced in Europe (Basel) and exported to Genoa. These mirrors were in small sizes and they were distorting the image as the size increased.

At that time, science and miracle were tightly intertwined. The mirror is a terrific invention as a sort of alchemy. The closest mirror to the modern mirror is thought to be the Phoenicians, but the Venetians have developed it. The production of glass mirrors is still unknown to the Venetians. "The Venetians, on the one hand, excellently apply the cylinder blowing technique while mixing the tin and the bolt to develop the glazing technique and acquire a pure and unbreakable mirror of divine beauty." [3] But in the 16th century, it is known that the two mirror masters want 25 years prentern privilege to be able to perform arts comfortably. For a long time these craftsmen have been regarded as artists and have been granted the right to marry the daughters of noble families. Although mirror production is a costly effort, it has greatly enriched Venice for 200 years. In the 16th century, small steel mirrors were obsolete, while the Venetian mirrors were very difficult. In fact, the mirrors were added as valuables in the aftermath census. In the 17th century there was a mirror madness among nobles. Even mirrored rooms are very common in fashion

"There are only thirty-seven mirrors in 248 post-mortem counts between 1581 and 1622 in Paris, of which 7 are of Venetian glass and 28 are of bronze, copper, steel and lavivertite." [4]

"Seljuk mirrors similar to each other in terms of techniques and ornaments, dating from the 12th and 13th centuries in Anatolia, were used in Iran, Western Turkistan, and Mesopotamia." [5] Again in the texts of Evliya Çelebi frequently refers to the mirror shop. But in the following years imported mirrors with better mirroring properties have been preferred.

Did you ever think that the mirrors we used today in our homes were once subject to spy, police, mafia relations?

France does some work to spread mirror production in its country. Small protective glass workshops in the country take protective measures. France brings Venetian mirror masters to France despite all the obstacles of the Venetian government, without getting their equipment. With the title of nobility, the life of award-winning masters goes through the tensions between the two countries. This causes all studies to end as an unsuccessful attempt. France relinquishes support for small businesses and opens the Royal Furniture and Ornamental Workshop in 1662 by the state. The workshop gives 2 dead in the first 3 weeks. Workshop poisonings, strikes, quarrels, etc., where phenomena of espionage happen. It does not end. The surviving masters will have to return to their countries.

Venice does not want to give up easily in this one which brings serious profit. Passengers from different countries were declared homicides. They were seized and their relatives could be arrested. " [6] But France, too late, has made a struggle, and from 1670 onwards, through trial and error, quality mirrors. The Versailles Mirror Gallery was introduced to the public in 1862. Someone browsing the gallery has used the following expressions:

"Magnificence is a spell full of wealth and light, a spell that multiplies a thousand times with a heap of mirrors and creates brighter horizons than fire; a spell in which thousands of brilliance are placed. Add to it all the splendor of the palace and the brilliance of the stones. "

Despite all the troubled history, the glory of the mirror is in French palaces with such a picture. But the production line of protection has now passed on to France. They have banned the import of mirrors from Venice with strict measures. Despite all the prohibitions, the inexhaustible azmies of smugglers invade the south of France in the 1700's over the Venetian mirrors. In addition, France can not hide its knowledge of glass much more than other countries. In the short term, mirror production could be started in many European centers.

Since 1752, the use of sodium salt and the use of wood instead of wood have made production a little easier. Against the harmful effects of mercury, the silver coating technique was developed in 1850. In the 19th century, modernization of the industry began to use machines for polishing, polishing and baking.

The Meaning of Mirror According to Time

In Socrates, mirrors are like supporting elements of thinking 'self-awareness'. Are you worthy of this beautifully? Can you fill this gap with your foolishness? Diogenes suggests those who are drunk, Seneca suggests that those who are angry should be given a mirror, and that they should see themselves there. Mirror is a kind of educational tool that completes deficiencies, defects. It is a confrontation. The man who keeps all his affection in a mirrored room, witnesses that the woman is mad at the end of the week. The guilt can not be kept in the mirrored room.

The medieval mirror is shaped by religion. It is foreseen that one rejects the body and forget the appearance of the other. The only true being is god, and the mirror in which people can see the god is the holy book. Man will only be able to make himself look like this. The mirror has a dangerous theme. It's okay for someone to look at the kennel. A person who is in love with himself forgets the glory of God. Humility, however, is the basic element that brings people closer to God. Mirrors in the monastery are prohibited for a long time. Almost in this age, mirrors were perceived as devil inventions.

The renaissance is the same eye that sees itself and everything. A little self-encouragement has taken a look at the world. Art is the same as the world. The hidden, simple, rich, colorful rich in life reflects art. Even the mirrors are often included in the sanctity itself. This period is the same again. Thus the mirror; correcting the imperfections, giving the opportunity to get away from the ugliness of the soul. This is the attitude that opens the gap between reality and illusion. I am led to 'I' who is to be seen from me who is full of all ugliness and beauty. Emphasis; The spiritual body slides from nature to structure, from transparent to shiny.

In the 18th century, changing the fashion needs of the mirror became increasingly widespread. Classical age is a bright, polished period. The mistake is that a good advertiser uses the following phrases: "Why are people so different in Paris than in the country? [7] The use of the inward look of the mirror proposed by Socrates began to be used with the ability to conform to the rules of conformity.

The mirrors give spaciousness and spaciousness especially in the city houses. But even those living in the countryside soon adapt to mirror fashion. [8] The very expensive mirror craze is becoming more and more commonplace.

The shine that emerges with the mirror loads him with some evil forces. Mirror breakage is perceived as bad luck. The magicians are thought to have done bad things using mirrors. The figure of the soul that is closed is quite common. The mirror is usually at the center of hysteria, hypnosis and dreams. At the beginning of the 19th century, a fortune-teller was hypnotizing customers who sat in front of the mirror. Mirror mess, an alienation of the madness style icons.

According to Sabine Melchior, a broken, empty mirror of the 20th century. A phase in which the subject is dismembered, the subconscious is discovered, and the credibility is lost. Every day an abundance of reflection is searching for an identity under the influx of individuals. The fracture is now dominant, not the mirror itself.

"I am that misfortune that looks like a mirror

Reflectable but invisible mirrors

The eyes are empty and full like they

The absence of you blinds him " [9]

Can we reach ourselves? Mirror or not too far away. Mirrors, pictures, others … No one can tell us. A mirror shows us what our smile is. We do not laugh or cry in front of the mirror anyway. There's not much we can not tell if we do not reflect. We are faced with the threat of being stuck in a reflection when our efforts to reach ourselves are related to our physical characteristics. The connection with the mirror, which is probably starting with "self-diagnosis", has become increasingly frenzy, fantasy, and madness. Mirror is a threat, Mirror is a confrontation, Mirror is a secret, Mirror is a fight …

"If we think about life without a mirror, life is half thought" [10]

"It is necessary to think in front of the mirror of man and discover his two faces." [11]

Gift Ekinci Çınar

Earthlings

[1] The History of Mirror, Sabine Melchore-Bonnet, Dost Bookstore, O. Perrin, p.93

[2] The History of Mirror, Sabine Melchore-Bonnet, Dost Bookstore

[3] The History of Mirror, Sabine Melchore-Bonnet, Dost Bookstore, p.22

[4] The History of Mirror, Sabine Melchore-Bonnet, Dost Bookstore, p. 39

[5] Secda Saltuk, The Suntory Mirror from the Past, Each Area All In All Meaning, Archeology and Art Publications, p.75

[6] The History of Mirror, Sabine Melchore-Bonnet, Dost Bookstore, p. 49

[7] J. Eymard, le mirioir dans la poesie, p. 189

[8] The History of Mirror, Sabine Melchore-Bonnet, Dost Bookstore, p. 85

[9] Le fou d'elsa, aragon, The History of Mirror, Sabine Melchore-Bonnet, Dost Bookstore, p.202

[10] David Hockney

[11] The History of Mirror, Sabine Melchore-Bonnet, Dost Bookstore, p. 97

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