The Eclectic Museum

Label:
Vincent L Greer

Established
MCMXCI .a.D

Personality Type:
Eccentric
Sophisticated
Artistic
Eclectic

Physical Classification:
Pulchritudinous


Mental level:
Border line Genius / Artistically Incline/
Ingenious / Beautifully Dangerous

Emotional output:
Nurturing/ Doting/ Protective

Interest:
Spirituality
Love
Human Sexuality
Art
The Art of Sex
Nature
Culture
Architecture
History
Business
Music
Human mind
The Human Body
Astronomy
World Politics
Poetry
Couture fashion
Traveling

Sexual State:
Virgin/ Sexually liberated


Attitude:


Rapturous)
Powerful/ Helpful/ Loving/ Creative/ Constructive/ Joyful/ Pleasant/ Agreeable/ Fair

Enraged)
RATCHET/ vituperative/ Uncontrollable/ Cantankerous


Characteristic Traits
Reliable
Stubborn
Sensitive
Gentle
Faithful
Generous
Romantic
Emotional
Compassionate
Temperamental
Honest
Possessive
Determined
Warmhearted
Passionate
Random
Odd



Sun sign: Taurus
Moon sign: Libra
Rising sign: Cancer

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Leontyne Price rose to success as an opera vocalist during the civil rights battles of the 1960s. As an African American born and raised in the deep South of the United States, Price fought hard to achieve success, resisting heavy opposition which sought remove her from the stage. She became one of the first African American singers to take a leading role in the Metropolitan Opera, and continues to be recognised as one of the great sopranos of the 20th century.
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theculturetrip:

Leontyne Price rose to success as an opera vocalist during the civil rights battles of the 1960s. As an African American born and raised in the deep South of the United States, Price fought hard to achieve success, resisting heavy opposition which sought remove her from the stage. She became one of the first African American singers to take a leading role in the Metropolitan Opera, and continues to be recognised as one of the great sopranos of the 20th century.


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