Protagonist of a classic German legend
Pod těmito jmény najdeme výjimečného ranhojiče a lékaře Jana Josefa Antonína Eleazara Kittela, který žil v 18 století na jižní straně hřebenu Černé Studnice v tehdejším Šumburku, který dnes známe pod názvem Krásná. Od našich průvodců se dozvíme řadu legend a pověstí a pozveme naše posluchače na adventní akce.
Büyük düşün ama küçük adımlarla devamlı ilerle. Küçük hesaplar yapma çünkü onların sırıtma gibi bir özelliği vardır. İlerlerken önüne bak, durduğunda gökyüzüne. Nereye kadar geldiğini nerede olduğunu öğrenmek için arada arkana ve yana bakmayı unutma. Hiçbir şart ve durumda umutsuzluğa kapılma. Küçük büyük hiçbir konuda üşenme, erteleme vazgeçme. Sevgi ve saygıda cömert ol, önyargılarda cimri. Etrafını akıllı ve iyi insanlarla çevrele. İnsanları küçümseme, selamını ve dostluğunu esirgeme. Zengin-yoksul, büyük-küçük, yaşlı-genç ve çocuk, kadın-erkek bütün insanlarla ilişkilerinde enaniyetini, egonu, bencilliğini, gururunu kapıda bırak, içeriye yalnızca haysiyetini ve özgüvenini al. Haysiyet ve özgüven kimseye miras yoluyla gelmez, sadece terleyerek ve emek vererek elde edilir. Bu konuda zengin-fakir, erkek-kadın herkes eşittir. Zenginlere, makam sahiplerine ve yoksullara çok güvenme. Onlarda kısa vadeli menfaatler her zaman ön plandadır. Başarını ve başarıyla elde ettiğin her şeyi (bilgi+zenginlik) paylaşmaya çalış. Unutma, azı veremeyen çoğu hiç veremez. Paylaşmak, haysiyet ve özgüveni artırır. Paylaşırken acele et, o kadar çok hızlı hareket et ki, egon seni vazgeçirecek kadar vakit bulamasın. Seni sevindiren, mutlu eden şeylerin maddi ya da manevi neyse o, onlarla başkalarının da mutlu olmasını sağla. Faydalı olmanın büyüğüne küçüğüne bakmadan hareket et. İşten ve sorumluluktan kaçma. “Bilmiyorum”, “yapamam” bahanesi tembelliğin farklı bir adıdır. Kervan yolda düzülür. Yola çıkarsan yol seni istediğin yere götürür. Gittiğin yer, istemediğin veya beklemediğin bir yerse şayet, bekle. Orası muhtemelen senin bilmediğin ama yol sahibinin senin için uygun gördüğü bir yerdir. Sonra bulunduğun haline (hangi haldeysen) konumuna, pozisyonuna sabret, şükret. Sonra seyret. İnsanlık dağının dik yamaçlarından zirveye doğru nasıl yol aldığını göreceksin. «« Kristof Kolomb Amerika'yı keşfe çıktığı ilk yolculuğunda 50 yaşını çoktan aşmış durumdaydı. Pasteur kuduz aşısını bulduğunda 60 yaşındaydı. Mimar Sinan, Süleymaniye Camii'ni bitirdiğinde 70, Selimiye Camii'ni tamamladığında 86 yaşındaydı. Galileo, ayın günlük ve aylık çizimlerini yaparken 73 yaşındaydı. Charlie Chaplin, 76 yaşında film yönetmenliği yaparak hâlâ işinin başındaydı. Goethe, en büyük eseri Faust'u ölümünden bir yıl önce yani 82 yaşında bitirmişti. Hiçbir şey için geç değildir. «« Türkiye'nin bu kadar potansiyel zenginliğine rağmen bu kadar geri kalmışlığına isyan eden Prof. Dr. Oktay Sinanoğlu nasıl sesleniyordu; “Türkiye'nin sorunu son elli yıldır perçinlenen aşağılık duygusundan kaynaklanıyor. Güvensiz insan yeni girişimlerde bulunamaz. Bu da doğuştan kazanılmaz. Gençlerin yetiştirilmesiyle olur. Gönlü sağlam olmayan insandan bilim insanı çıkmaz. İnsanın mutlu olabilmesi için çevresine bir katkıda bulunması gerekir. Descartes'i bilen ama Gazali'yi hiç duymamış bir Türk genci düşünülemez. Türkiye'nin sorunu faizleri ödeyememek değil. Bunlar gelip geçici olaylar. Önemli olan yetişmiş insan gücü ve insanların kafaları.”
Nu är det jul igen Vi analyserar beståndsdelarna i Patrick Ridremonts fransk-belgiska julskräckfilm The Advent Calendar. Tomas kryper, så att säga, till korset med sin okunnighet i fråga om hållpunkterna kring Jesu liv och död och Lars resonerar sig mer eller mindre frivilligt fram till de grundläggande likheterna mellan Hellraiser och Disney-filmen Aladdin. Det är ett smutsigt jobb, men någon måste göra det. Vi pratar också om: The Boy, Lauren Cohan, Mare Kandre, Mattias Fyhr, Skitigt vackert mörker, Clive Barker, Sigmund Freud, psykoanalysen, jaget, detet och överjaget, Faust, Doktor Faustus, Mephistofeles, Goethe, Tusen och en natt, Titta Dom Snackar, Vacancy, A Nightmare on Elm Street, After Eight, Paradis chokladask, jultomten, tomtenissar, Krampus, Run, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Night House, The Babadook, Panos Cosmatos, Christopher Nolan, Tenet, Inception, Dunkirk, The Dark Night, Interstellar, Gremlins, Relic, Rare Exports, Dune, Marvel och Shudder. Bakom Patreon-väggen erbjuds dubbel speltid med b-sidan Last Night in Soho, högt upp på önskelistan över filmer från 2021 som lyssnarna vill höra oss göra detta med. Göra vad? Fördela hundra pluttar, förstås. Nostalgi, löst tyckande och akademisk analys.
For further information go to: www.jenniferjhammond.com Brandon Faust Owner of Mold Solutions USA Experienced Executive with a demonstrated history of working in the environmental services industry. Skilled in Air Quality Assessment, Sales, Sales Management, Human Resource Consulting. Strong operations professional. Certified and Licensed Mold Assessor and Remediator focused in Indoor Air Quality from National Organization for Remediators and Mold Inspectors.
Mein heutiger Podcast-Gast ist 2018 bekannt geworden als jüngste Gründerin Deutschlands: Dr. Lilly Qualen hat mit 26 Jahren auf eigene Faust ihre ganz eigene Zahnarzt-Praxis neu gegründet. Zwei Jahre später wurde sie Mama ihres kleinen Sohnes. Heute steht sie als erfolgreiche Zahnärztin und Mutter mit beiden Beinen und viel Leidenschaft im Leben. Ich durfte ihren Vortrag bei Just DENT it hören und mir wurde schnell bewusst: Lilly ist für viele angehenden Gründer*Innen ein großes Vorbild. Ich habe heute mit Lilly über ihren Weg in die Praxisgründung gesprochen, über Höhen und Tiefen der ersten Zeit als Chefin und darüber, wie sie Familie und Beruf erfolgreich unter einen Hut bekommt. . Wenn euch die Folge gefallen hat, freue ich mich sehr über eine positive Bewertung bei iTunes oder Spotify. Sehr gerne könnt ihr mir natürlich auch immer gerne euer Feedback zur Folge hinterlassen - schickt mir dazu gerne eine Mail an Dentalstarter@web.de oder eine Nachricht bei Instagram @dentalstarter.podcast Danke fürs Zuhören und bis zum nächsten Mal. Eure Eva
Nella mattinata di giovedì 1 dicembre, ai microfoni dei Degiornalist con Fabiana e Claudio Chiari, è stato ospite Giampiero Ingrassia per parlare dello spettacolo teatrale Doctor Faust e la ricerca dell'eterna giovinezza in scena l'11 dicembre al Teatro di Varese, nel quale l'attore interpreterà due ruoli: quello di Doctor Faust e quello del demone. «È stata una sfida riuscita benissimo, una grande fatica, soprattutto di memoria, però è riuscita e siamo molto contenti». Giampiero Ingrassia racconta quali sono stati i suoi insegnamenti: «Da mio papà Ciccio e da Gigi Proietti ho imparato l'umiltà, il fatto di stare sempre con i piedi per terra anche se raggiungi livelli alti, e soprattutto la perseveranza, se sei convinto di una tua idea e se giusta di portarla avanti».
How did the Poinsettia become the Christmas flower?It is a series of intriguing stories full of human drama, mysteries, secrets, challenges, and world domination.Find out why every poinsettia plant sold today carries a critical pathogen that is a key to its success and is detrimental all other plants.Also, we will learn how to be successful in selecting and growing your poinsettia year-round along with having a few myths squashed.In this episode 086 Jim Faust tells interesting true Poinsettia Stories from their discovery to your own enjoyment at Christmas.One story involves searching out wild poinsettias in the middle of two drug cartel-controlled territories.Jim Faust is a Professor of Floriculture Physiology at Clemson University in South Carolina.He does research on greenhouse production of various flowering crops, teaches hydroponics, and greenhouse production courses.He grew his first poinsettia crop in 1986.I invite you to search for The Garden Question Podcast episode 086 page to see the many interesting images Jim talks about in this episode.
„Mich hat einmal ein Satz beeindruckt: Wenn eure Arbeit keinen Spaß macht, dann ist der Laden scheiße“, sagt Artus-Geschäftsführer Thomas Born. Was ihm und seinem Freund und Souveränitäts-Coach Theo Bergauer noch wichtig ist, warum sie keine Pferdeflüsterer sind und welche Tipps sie nach jahrzehntelanger, reflektierter Teamführung geben können, erfahrt ihr im Podcast.
Wir gehen so oft hart mit uns ins Gericht, sind abwertend, verurteilend mit uns selbst, machen uns schuldig, beschämen uns selbst und sind uns dabei nicht bewusst, wie sehr wir uns damit schaden. Wir wollen anders sein, uns anders verhalten, Süchte oder Gewohnheiten schnell weg haben, sind uns aber nicht bewusst, dass diese uns auf eine unbewusste Art und Weise Sicherheit schenken. Uns ist nicht bewusst, dass der Schmerz hinter diesen Mustern und Strategien noch so präsent ist wie damals. Je mehr wir also das weg haben wollen, was uns stört, desto mehr Kraft und Präsenz bekommt es, weil es eben den Schmerz schützt. Mit dieser Übung mag ich Dir nahe bringen, dass Wohlwollen und Mitgefühl der heilende Weg ist und nicht die Gewalt, die Härte und der Widerstand. Ich wünsche Dir wohltuende Erkenntnisse. Alles Liebe Ella Catau - Dein Coach für Selbstverwirklichung und Selbstfindung
Jan Casier ist einer der charismatischsten Tänzer des Balletts Zürich. Die Bühnenfiguren des wandlungsfähigen Belgiers bleiben einem im Gedächtnis, seien es Woyzeck, Peer Gynt oder die Fliederfee in «Dornröschen». Die Zeitschrift «tanz» kürte Jan Casier 2019 zum «Tänzer des Jahres». Gerade tanzt er in «Nussknacker und Mausekönig», ab Januar ist er im neuen Ballettabend «On the Move» zu sehen. Mit Michael Küster spricht Jan Casier über seine Zeit beim Ballett Zürich, Lieblingsrollen und Zukunftspläne.
The fruits of humanism and the hubris of modern humanist science is now becoming evident in the wreckage left in the wake of a certain Dr. Fauci.--Here we follow Anthony Fauci's career from the 1970s, and the concomitant increase of the Big Pharma from -1 billion to -550 billion a year, thanks to government handouts and favors. Parallels to another Dr. Faust appear.--This program includes---1. The World View in 5 Minutes with Adam McManus -Focus on the Family vandalized as retribution for Colorado gunman, CDC data shows uptick in use of abortion pills, 120 Nigerian civilians abducted in village raids---2. Generations with Kevin Swanson
When was the last time you had your home checked for molds? They may be small in size but they can cause serious health issues if left untreated. Take it from our guest today who is the owner of Mold Solutions, USA, Brandon Faust. Brandon understands the importance of being aware of these microbes in your home. He has personally battled them in his home on two separate occasions and he notes that our weather in Florida is ideal for these tiny microbes. Brandon explains the science behind molds and also gives us a walkthrough of how he started his successful business about a year ago. IN TODAY'S EPISODE, WE TALK ABOUT: Certain AHA moments that lead him to build his business.The science of mold and what to watch for.Understanding the individual needs of each homeowners.His favorite Palm Harbor spot. CONNECT WITH Brandon:Website: www.moldsolutionsusa.comLinkedIn: Send a Connection RequestPhone: 727-276-4787Email: Info@MoldSolutionsUSA.com CONNECT WITH DONNIE: Follow Donnie: @donnie.hathawayFollow Palm Harbor Local: @PalmHarborLocalFor more real estate information - www.thehathaway.groupJOIN THE LOCALS for exclusive discounts and specials from our local business owners and stay up to date on what's happening in Palm Harbor.Together, we keep Palm Harbor local.
In this SPECIAL episode of the For Everyday Leaders Podcast, Brandon Faust shares the story of how the non-profit Wayfinders got started--- and how you can participate in co-creating impact. Our team at Wayfinders is grateful for the collaboration of partner organizations, donors and volunteers that help us in our mission to equip everyday leaders to move into the future and make the greatest impact. This GIVING TUESDAY you can partner in the work of Wayfinders here: https://yourwayfinders.org/give Thanks for your continued partnership!
Today's guest deejay is Glyn Bush. Last month I shared a retrospective mix from the Ambient Dub compilation series. It was a fantastic experience revisiting those albums, which also served as a touchstone to some beautiful times. Inspired, I reached out to as many of the musicians on the compilation album as possible, leading me to Glyn, whom I've always known as one-half of Original Rockers. Glyn's mix re-introduced me to gems from Durutti Column and Faust and introduced me to new favorites such as Chassol and Khotin. And Glyn's mix is chock full of his music projects, such as Biggabush. Join us next weekend when our guest deejay will be Rubén Tamayo. See you then. F.U.S.E. “Theychx (extract)” Chassol “I lôôôôve usometimes (extract)” Glyn Bigga Bush “Now There's Pain” MLO “Spike (Wagon Christ Mix)” Edgar Broughton Band “The Dawn Crept Away (extract)” Ghost Power “Astral Melancholy Suite (extract)” Neotropic “Neotropic” Beak> “Teisco” Durutti Column “Conduct (edit)” PLO Man & C3D-E “100 Pt. II - Pt. III” Faust “Untitled (Arnulf on Drums 2)” Chassol “Les Oursses” Khotin “Dialogue 6” Faust “Rudolf der Pianist” BiggaBush “The Bells” BiggaBush & re:ni “Dub Plate Tectonics” Original Rockers “Mecca of Space” --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/soundwavemix/message
I håp om å få Faust ut av en skikkelig kinkig situasjon klekker Smedlaugets Rekrutteringsteam ut en utspekulert plan, en plan som Skipsport aldri vil glemme.....DET E I KVELD DET GJELL! Lik, del og følg podkasten på din podkast-app, og fortell gjerne en venn eller to om Eventyrtimen! Følg oss på sosiale medier: Linktree: linktr.ee/Eventyrtimen Facebook: www.facebook.com/Eventyrtimen Instagram: www.instagram.com/Eventyrtimennova/ Twitter: twitter.com/eventyrtimen Kontentum av artistene: Tabletop Audio: tabletopaudio.com/ Kevin Macleod: incompetech.com/
Regisseur und Bühnenbildner Achim Freyer erhält den Faust-Theaterpreis des Deutschen Bühnenvereins – für Lebensweg und Lebenswerk. Der 88-jährige frühere Meisterschüler Brechts erklärt, warum die Malerei der Ursprung seines Schaffens ist.Achim Freyer im Gespräch mit André Mumotwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, Rang 1Direkter Link zur Audiodatei
Florian Schroeder im BB RADIO Mitternachtstalk Er ist immer top gestylt, selbst wenn er nur zu einem Radiointerview kommt, oder seinen Podcast aufnimmt. Im nächsten Jahr feiert der Kabarettist, Autor, Hörfunk - und Fernsehmoderator sein 30-jähriges Bühnenjubiläum, denn 1993 hatte Florian mit 14 Jahren den ersten TV-Auftritt in Harald Schmidts Sendung „Schmidteinander“. Damals hat er Prominente parodiert. Das macht er heute auch noch, wenn er auf Tour ist, in seiner mittlerweile schon legendären „Prominenten Jukebox“. Die aktuelle Tournee hat passenderweise den Namen „Neustart“. Das passt natürlich nach der letzten Show „Ausnahmezustand“, wie die Faust aufs Auge. Der nächste Bestseller ist auch in der Pipeline: „Schluss mit der Meinungsfreiheit! - Für mehr Hirn und weniger Hysterie“. Mit Florian Schröder gehen einem niemals die Themen aus, obwohl er privat lieber zuhört, als redet. Ein sehr schönes Gespräch über alles, von A, wie „Ausgebuht“, bis Z, wie Zugabe! Gibt es überall, wo es Podcasts gibt, unter BB RADIO Mitternachtstalk.
•Coming-of-Age-Krimi• Die "Kulturelle Revolution" plant einen Anschlag auf das Fest der jüdischen Gemeinde. Weil auch Hanno in die Sache verwickelt ist, können Mopf, Lara und Raffi nicht zur Polizei gehen. Sie müssen den Anschlag auf eigene Faust verhindern. // Von Leonie Below / Regie: Eva Solloch / WDR 2022 // www.wdr.de/k/hoerspiel-newsletter Von Leonie Below.
Youtube version https://youtu.be/XRM-L7i0p7g https://www.audreyfaustconsulting.com I am here to help you build the business of your dreams by aligning your numbers and your team to support you in the best way possible and accelerate your company's growth, productivity, and profitability. I have a very unique background with a Bachelor's degree in Accounting and an MBA from PennState University and also have a coaching certification based in Neuroscience. I have all the ingredients to help small businesses bring their vision to life quickly! I love working with small businesses to help them know and understand their numbers and also create a rockstar team that is motivated to help them grow exponentially. I have worked as an accountant and CFO for the last two decades and know not only having accurate timely financial information at your fingertips is super important but also having the best team in place to support you is what ultimately leads successful businesses to the next level faster. Hiring me as their CFO meant that my clients received the numbers part of the equation correctly but I noticed theywere also struggling with their teams and building this dream business. I'm a numbers gal but I knew I wanted to offer something additional, something bigger to help CEOs step into their dreams so I became a Certified NeuroCoach to help with the team leadership part of the equation. My passion is offering my clients a 360 solution which also led to me studying leadership and development for the last several years, and Faust Consulting was born.
Os vídeos em que streamers e influenciadores registram suas reações ao assistir a outros conteúdos da internet acumulam milhões de visualizações em plataformas como YouTube e Twitch. Nessas transmissões, eles comentam de visitas a mansões de luxo a programas de namoro na TV; da montagem de uma lancheira por uma mãe à fabricação de doces numa padaria da Coreia. No Brasil, uma das celebridades do gênero, chamado de “react”, é Casimiro Miguel. Ele se tornou uma figura tão influente que vai transmitir e comentar jogos da Copa do Mundo do Qatar em um novo canal no YouTube, a CazéTV. A televisão já tinha quadros similares a esse gênero, como as videocassetadas no Domingão do Faustão, da TV Globo, que eram exibidas junto a comentários do apresentador. Mas, nas plataformas de vídeo, os “reacts” ganharam não só um nome, mas também uma dimensão maior e uma comunidade de fãs. No episódio desta quinta-feira (18), o Expresso Ilustrada reage ao fenômeno. Com o colunista do UOL Chico Barney e o streamer Luide Matos, o podcast analisa por que a linguagem dos reacts faz tanto sucesso e discute a relação dos fãs com esse tipo de conteúdo. Com novos episódios todas as quintas, às 16h, o Expresso Ilustrada discute música, cinema, literatura, moda, teatro, artes plásticas e televisão. A reportagem, o roteiro e a edição de som deste episódio são de Raphael Concli. A apresentação é de Marina Lourenço e Laura Lewer.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this sermon Ezrica Bennett, our Praxis elder passionately shares from the story of Esther, and introduces the idea with the painting of Faust and Methphistopheles playing chess, the devil and a man. In life we seem to be one move away from losing, but in reality, it might just be the opposite. In this sermon Ezrica reveals an answer about the presence of God in the book of Esther. It is a mystery that God's name is never spoken, but this sermon really helps us understand where He in this story, and where He is in our lives when He seems missing.
Have you ever had anxiety and wanted ways to move through the anxious feelings and improve your life to a calmer, well balanced life? Faust is an author that has been working for over 40 years to improve on existing methods with cutting edge programs to improve your personal life. As a therapist he has worked with deaf children, prisons, nursing homes, substance abuse centers, inpatient facilities, major corporations, both national and international, and as the President of the Community Psychological Center in Bangor, Pennsylvania. Are you ready to dive in to have a deeper understanding of you to improve your life and anxiety you may have? Check out more information on Faust Ruggiero, M.S. at The Fix Yourself Power Zone If you have a question, call in at 714-364-4750.
@certifiedhealthnut , healing coach, Versace model, and author of #Ripped at 50, Troy Casey, shares his tips for achieving optimal natural wellness on episode 83 of the Far Out with Faust podcast. Troy Casey traveled the world living the jet-setting, hard-partying life of a Versace model, until addiction led him to the realization that life had much more in store. Hear about his incredible journey wellness: how the limitations he saw in the 12-step program led him to Vipassana meditation, and beyond. Don't miss his funny story about the first time he saw a psychic — and how the experience turned him on to became deeply immersed in indigenous healing traditions. Spoiler: one of those traditions is the Shipibo tribe of Peru, and the magic of ayahuasca plant ceremonies.Casey isn't into “woo woo,” complicated wellness, fitness and healing modalities: he keeps it refreshingly simple. Stay tuned to hear his very easy-to-follow tips for maximizing your health — particularly if you're a man looking to boost your natural testosterone. Of course, Faust and Troy dive down the rabbit hole, delving into controversies like fluoridated water, cellular EMF, the virus that can't be named, and more. Hear tips on how to manage stress in the simplest ways imaginable, and how to empower yourself to be the master of your own health.As always, stay tuned till the end to hear Troy's advice for humanity.Connect with Troy CaseyWebsite: https://certifiedhealthnut.com/YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/c/certifiedhealthnutInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/certifiedhealthnut/Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/chn333Learn more about EMF mitigation:https://emfrocks.com/
Today we are interviewing Faust Ruggiero, who has a Master's degree in psychology and over 40 years of experience working with people of all ages. He has published several books, such as "The Fix Yourself Handbook" and "The Fix Your Anxiety Handbook." Feel free to learn more about him and his publications at www.faustruggiero.com.
Dr. Grazie Christie discusses the importance of family and the dangers of divorce with Katy Faust of Them Before Us. We also revisit with TCA's own editor-extraordinaire Dave Reinhard about the Litany of Humility as we all strive to live out this virtue. Father Roger Landry also offers an inspiring homily as we prepare for Sunday's Gospel. Catch the show every Saturday at 7am/5pmET on EWTN radio!
When I first heard about Katy Faust's organization, Them Before Us, I was intrigued. Childrens' rights? Aren't those built in? You would think so, but it's not truly the case in modern society. Them Before Us is a global movement defending children's right to their mother and father. What does this mean though? It means that in all things -- from divorce to abortion to surrogacy to remarriage and more -- children deserve to be put first. As Katy deftly educates in her book, children who grow up in a family with married, biological parents fare the very best in all life circumstances. There are always outliers, but statistical majorities show this is true. In this episode we talk about: How no-fault divorce led to horrible outcomes for children How surrogacy & egg/sperm donation leave children with a primal trauma wound from birth How children are harmed when there is either no father or no mother in the home How the most dangerous person for a child is an unrelated family member living in the home (ie. mom's boyfriend) What it would mean to truly put children FIRST instead of leading with adult sympathy and desires above all. This is an important and fascinating conversation. I loved talking with Katy and share her heart for childrens' rights. Recent episodes: Elizabeth Rhyno: Finding Joy in All the Things Clarissa Moll: Finding Grace in Grief Melissa Zaldivar: How Jesus Holds Us Together When Life is Falling Apart Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Grab a beer and join us tonight as we cover the 27 club! We'll look at the story of Faust, and how to sell your soul to the Devil. From there we'll cover the story of Robert Johnson, and list off other musicians who have died at the age of 27. https://www.necronomipod.com https://www.patreon.com/necronomipod This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp https://www.betterhelp.com/necro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Faust and Greg run the show as Cav calls in due to a power outage. The guys review their Halloween and discuss electric cars, NFL QB ratings, Twitter verified and make picks for NFL Week 9. To hear the entire show, sign up to patreon.com/LingusMafia. Plus you can get WWE and AEW review shows, show archive, bonus shows and video versions of the show. Stay connected: All our social media (@LingusMafia) links can be found here: https://linktr.ee/lingusmafia Buy a shirt! belowthecollar.com/LingusMafia
Legendary author of Forbidden Archeology, Michael Cremo, reveals fossil evidence that homo-sapiens have lived on planet Earth for millions of years in episode 81 of the Far Out with Faust podcast.We're digging into some of the most mind-blowing and mysterious archeological finds with the world's premier alternative archeologist. Tune in as these two tear into Darwin's theories and the subsequent take-over of cognitive authoritarianism, and the absolute power of ideology. But Cremo isn't some conspiracy theorist — or worse, a science denier — he's incredibly wise, humble, soft-spoken and article. His incredible body of work is on par with his gentile humility. Make no mistake about it, he based his entire book (the bestselling Forbidden Archeology) on the actual fossil record.So why haven't you heard about these incredible finds? They don't fit the accepted narrative, naturally. Not surprisingly, Faust finds a way to bring it back to the Rockefellers and their motivation for the stranglehold they have placed on “accepted science.” Coexistence — the idea that different species of humans walked the planet together for millennia — has now become accepted scientific fact. Is it so strange, argues Cremo, to acknowledge the evidence that suggests humans have been around for millions — even billions — of years? That is not a statement made from conjecture. It is made from scrutinizing fossil records and we invite you to listen to the evidence presented and decide for yourself what you believe. We're unearthing some of the most incredible examples of archaeological finds:-A modern human hand bone found at Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania that dates back least 1.84 million years-Modern human footprints discovered at Laetoli, Tanzania in estimated to be 3.7 million years old-The oldest human footprints found outside Africa, close to one million years old, found in Happisburgh England-Geological evidence that indicates the Sphinx may be far older than mainstream Egyptologists believe-Human remains and tools found in billion-year-old rock formations in California by world-renowned geologist JD Whitney-Discovery of the Antikythera mechanism, the world's first computer, found beneath the sea-Klerksdorp spheres, the mysterious metallic objects found in South Africa that set off a firestorm of controversy Buy Michael Cremo's book, Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race https://a.co/d/5m37MCGConnect with Michael CremoWebsites: https://www.mcremo.com/http://www.forbiddenarcheology.com/Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/MichaelCremoItsReallyMe/#Podcast #Archaeology #HiddenHistory #MichaelCremo #FarOutWithFaust
We're hijacking the nervous system in the most amazing way with the biohacking tech NuCalm, President and CEO Jim Poole, on episode 82 of the Far Out with Faust podcast. Tune in to hear Jim dive into the story behind the only patented brain entrainment technology available today. If you're interested in neuroscience and how to biohack your way to harmony and coherence (without spending 30 years in a Tibetan cave with the monks), don't miss this podcast! Jim shares the incredible story of how inventor and neuroscientist Dr. Blake Holloway developed the revolutionary NuCalm system. Faust and Jim outline what you need to understand about the autonomic nervous system, including the difference between the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems. We're taking fight or flight vs. rest and digest. Don't miss the details of how Dr. Holloway's technology overrides the body's resistance by shutting down adrenaline while using true Tesla coil technology (not the car, the real Tesla), while simultaneously training the brain. Hear why it's just not possible to meditate while using the technology — it's a sure thing and why how this technology ensures it.You're going to hear all about the non linear oscillating algorithm — and why it's the key. Come for the science, stay for the profanity — this conversation is colorful, to say the least. Given the state of the planet, did you expect anything less?The mess we're in is probably why the FBI, special forces, professional athletes, and cancer and surgical patients are all using NuCalm to achieve ideal brainwave states and heal.Stay till the end to hear Jim's practical advice for humanity.
A sad outcome regarding the Fallen Leaves Winery has brought the Faust and the Furious back to Rimehold with the bad news as they prepare for the next leg of their trek. --- Quoin (Kobold Paladin) - Played by Caleb Kena Peshan (Aasimar Druid) - Played by Kate Riqquarian Daladra (Eladrin Monk) - Played by Sam Dax (Goliath Barbarian) - Played by Brittany Druck (Bugbear Rogue) - Played by Garrett Flitz (Forest Gnome Sorcerer/Warlock) - Played by Lex Mimics & Monstrosities Twitch - [https://www.twitch.tv/mimicsnmonstrosities](https://www.twitch.tv/mimicsnmonstrosities) Mimics & Monstrosities Twitter - @MimicsNMonstros Mimics & Monstrosities Discord - [https://discord.gg/kMyeYRt](https://discord.gg/kMyeYRt) Mimics & Monstrosities Patreon - [https://www.patreon.com/mimicsnmonstrosities](https://www.patreon.com/mimicsnmonstrosities) Donate to help us keep this up! - [https://streamlabs.com/mimicsnmonstrosities](https://streamlabs.com/mimicsnmonstrosities) Also, huge thank you to CD Projekt Red & Blizzard Entertainment for allowing us to use the following tracks in our stream: Pre-stream and Break Song: Kaer Morhen (Witcher III Soundtrack) The Witcher III - Tavern Theme (Witcher III: Blood and Wine Soundtrack by Marcin Przyblowsicz)
David Icke exposes the illusion of controlled perception and reveals the real-life Matrix simulation that's enslaving humanity in episode 80 of the Far Out with Faust podcast. Legendary conspiracy realist and heavily-censored truth seeker David Icke delves into his compelling explanation of the enslavement simulation we're all living in — including exactly who's in charge. Tune in to hear about his early days, as Icke shares how he was transformed from a UK footballer and BBC sports commentator into a crusader for spiritual freedom and existential knowledge. Three things the oppressors don't want you to know:Where the world is being taken and who's taking us there, and Why?What is real? We dive into the levels of consciousness and perception, as David explains how we are limited by what our 5 senses can perceive, and by the minuscule band of visible light that makes up an iota of a fraction of reality in the universe.Don't miss the detour into exactly what the real purpose of teaching kids to question their identity and obsess with labels instead of their own humanity.Learn all about what it means to be relegated to the “postage stamp,” as Icke puts it. He reveals how we got here, and the diabolically ingenious way we're kept in our tiny boxes.But it's not all doom and gloom: he'll explain how to escape a low-vibrational state that's operating from the mind and instead connect to the heart, and listen to our intuition. What is the limit to the simulation and how do we transcend it the way Neo did in the Matrix? Icke has the answer — don't miss it!What is 5G technology really doing? You'll never think of WiFi the same way. Stay till the end to hear Icke's essential advice for all of humanity — and what Alex Jones and JK Rowling have in common. Hint: it's an absolutely fundamental right that's being eroded before our eyes.Connect with David IckeWebsite: https://davidicke.comWatch Renegadehttps://youtu.be/llYyGCiLDYUWatch Escape the Matrixhttps://www.gaia.com/lp/escape-the-matrix#podcast #davidicke #escapethematrix
The Altar welcomes Pastor Brandon Faust to share a word with our family. As long time friend of Pastor Mattie. Pastor Brandon urges us to believe that we have a testimony, that we have been given to steward. All while giving us a little glimpse into life with young Pastor Mattie along the way.Support the show
In this episode, I talk with Katy Faust about protecting children's rights from harmful marriage and family policies demanded by the much celebrated modern family. Katy Faust is Founder and Director of Them Before Us and the author of a book of the same title. She received her undergraduate degree in Political Science and Asian Studies at St. Olaf College and then received a Fulbright scholarship to Taiwan. Her fluency in Mandarin assisted her when she worked with the largest Chinese adoption agency in the world. She publishes widely on the rights of children and is a regular contributor at The Federalist. Katy is the Washington State leader for the grassroots marriage movement CanaVox, and currently appears in their video series “Dear Katy.” She is married to a pastor and the mother of four children, the youngest of whom is adopted from China. https://thembeforeus.com/ Her talk at NatCon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jYdo4KYO4I Purchase her book: https://www.amazon.com/Them-Before-Us-Childrens-Movement-ebook/dp/B08SCHJCTT?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1666689816&sr=8-1&linkCode=sl1&tag=joshdaws-20&linkId=f54b99a9d61f1fe7ea89d73023a66999&language=en_US&ref_=as_li_ss_tl Follow Katy on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Advo_Katy Subscribe to the YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYLvESJNTy-7nOAbH03eHCA
Our selves are nebulous, the world is complex and the times they are a-changin'. Pratap Bhanu Mehta joins Amit Varma in episode 300 of The Seen and the Unseen for a freewheeling chat about how to make sense of all of this. (For full linked show notes, go to SeenUnseen.in.) Also check out: 1. The Hunter Becomes the Hunted -- Episode 200 of The Seen and the Unseen, where Amit Varma answers questions from his guests. 2. Pratap Bhanu Mehta on Twitter, Amazon and the Indian Express. 3. What Have We Done With Our Independence? -- Episode 186 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Pratap Bhanu Mehta). 4. Self-Esteem (and a Puddle) — Amit Varma's post with Douglas Adams's puddle quote. 5. The End of History? — Francis Fukuyama's essay. 6. The End of History and the Last Man — Francis Fukuyama's book. 7. Francis Fukuyama on Amazon. 8. Ideas of India: The Theory of Moral Sentiments -- Pratap Bhanu Mehta discusses Adam Smith with Shruti Rajagopalan. 9. Conversation and Society -- Russ Roberts discusses Adam Smith with Amit Varma in episode 182 of The Seen and the Unseen. 10. Human — Michael S Gazzaniga. 11. The Interpreter — Amit Varma. 12. Free Will on Wikipedia, Britannica and Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 13. Free Will — Sam Harris. 14. Immanuel Kant on Amazon, Wikipedia, Britannica and Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 15. The Median Voter Theorem. 16. 'Thinking and Reflecting' and 'The Thinking of Thoughts': Gilbert Ryle's essays on 'thick description' and Winks vs Twitches, also found in Collected Essays. 17. Thick Description: Towards an Interpretive Theory of Culture -- Clifford Geertz. 18. Fighting Fake News -- Episode 133 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Pratik Sinha). 19. The Greater India Experiment: Hindutva and the Northeast -- Arkotong Longkumer. 20. Memories and Things -- Episode 195 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Aanchal Malhotra). 21. Remnants of a Separation — Aanchal Malhotra. 22. Don't think too much of yourself. You're an accident -- Amit Varma's column on Chris Cornell's death. 23. Alice Evans Studies the Great Gender Divergence -- Episode 297 of The Seen and the Unseen. 24. Scientism. 25. Ludwig Wittgenstein on Amazon, Wikipedia, Britannica and Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 26. Wanting — Luke Burgis. 27. René Girard on Amazon and Wikipedia. 28. Jean-Jacques Rousseau on Amazon, Wikipedia, Britannica and Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 29. A Meditation on Form -- Amit Varma. 30. Agarkar's Donkeys: A Meditation on God -- Amit Varma. 31. Faust, as portrayed by Christopher Marlowe and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. 32. The Measure of a Man -- Episode 9, Season 2, Star Trek: The Next Generation (Wikipedia entry). 33. Ex Machina -- Alex Garland. 34. Reality+: Virtual Worlds and the Problems of Philosophy -- David Chalmers. 35. Yoga Vasistha. 36. On a Certain Blindness in Human Beings -- William James. 37. Capitalism and Freedom -- Milton Friedman. 38. The Experience Machine -- Robert Nozick. (Wikipedia entry.) 39. Utilitarianism: For and Against -- JJC Smart and Bernard Williams. 40. Reasons and Persons -- Derek Parfit. 41. Episode of The Seen and the Unseen with Ajay Shah: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 42. Ethics and the Limits of Philosophy -- Bernard Williams. 43. Bernard Williams on Amazon, Wikipedia, Britannica and Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 44. India's Greatest Civil Servant -- Episode 167 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Narayani Basu, on VP Menon). 45. A Life in Indian Politics -- Episode 149 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Jayaprakash Narayan). 46. Friedrich Hayek on Amazon, Econlib, Wikipedia, Britannica and Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 47. The Dark Side of Democracy -- Michael Mann. 48. Jayaprakash Narayan on proportional representation. 49. Pakistan or the Partition of India — BR Ambedkar. 50. Don't Insult Pasta (2007) — Amit Varma. 51. Manish Sisodia invokes ‘Rajput' caste amidst CBI probe -- Janta Ka Reporter. 52. Caste, Capitalism and Chandra Bhan Prasad -- Episode 296 of The Seen and the Unseen. 53. Defying the Odds: The Rise of Dalit Entrepreneurs — Devesh Kapur, D Shyam Babu and Chandra Bhan Prasad. 54. Beware of Half Victories -- Pratap Bhanu Mehta. 55. Hussain Haidry, Hindustani Musalmaan -- Episode 275 of The Seen and the Unseen. 56. Carl Schmitt on Amazon, Wikipedia, Britannica and Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 57. Raghu Sanjaylal Jaitley's Father's Scooter -- Episode 214 of The Seen and the Unseen. 58. Justin Amash on why he left the Republican Party. 59. Kashi Ka Assi — Kashinath Singh. 60. Rational Ignorance. 61. The Economics of Voting — Amit Varma on Rational Ignorance. 62. Karthik Muralidharan Examines the Indian State -- Episode 290 of The Seen and the Unseen. 63. Lessons from an Ankhon Dekhi Prime Minister -- Amit Varma on the importance of reading. 64. John Aubrey's biography of Thomas Hobbes. 65. Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, George Frideric Handel and Felix Mendelssohn on Spotify. 66. Digital Concert Hall -- Berliner Philharmoniker. 67. Berliner Philharmoniker on YouTube, Twitter and their own website. 68. Nikhil Banerjee on Spotify, YouTube and Wikipedia. 69. Wolf Hall, Bring Up the Bodies and The Mirror and the Light -- The Wolf Hall Trilogy by Hilary Mantel. 70. The World of Premchand: Selected Short Stories — Munshi Premchand (translated and with an introduction by David Rubin). 71. Premchand's Kazaki And Other Marvellous Tales — Munshi Premchand (translated and with an introduction by Sara Rai). 72. Sara Rai Inhales Literature -- Episode 255 of The Seen and the Unseen. 73. Yeh Premchand Hai -- Apoorvanand. This episode is sponsored by CTQ Compounds. Check out The Daily Reader and FutureStack. Use the code UNSEEN for Rs 2500 off. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! Episode art: ‘Radiant Knowledge' by Simahina.
The 199th edition of Monster Mondays kicks of a two-part look at a couple of F.W. Murnau's best remembered German films. This week, the first of these films is 1926's Faust. Find new episodes of the Film Seizure Podcast every Wednesday and a new Monster Mondays each Monday at www.filmseizure.com Like what we do? Buy us a coffee! www.ko-fi.com/filmseizure Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/filmseizure/ Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/FilmSeizure Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/filmseizure/ You can now find us on YouTube as well! The Film Seizure Channel can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/c/FilmSeizure
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The Catholic Culture Podcast Network sponsored a poetry reading session at the fourth biennial Catholic Imagination Conference, hosted by the University of Dallas. Thomas Mirus moderated this session on Sept. 30, 2022, introducing poets Paul Mariani, Frederick Turner, and James Matthew Wilson. Paul Mariani, University Professor Emeritus at Boston College, is the author of twenty-two books, including biographies of William Carlos Williams, John Berryman, Robert Lowell, Hart Crane, Gerard Manley Hopkins, and Wallace Stevens. He has published nine volumes of poetry, most recently All that Will be New, from Slant. He has also written two memoirs, Thirty Days and The Mystery of It All: The Vocation of Poetry in the Twilight of Modernism. His awards include fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the NEA and NEH. He is the recipient of the John Ciardi Award for Lifetime Achievement in Poetry and the Flannery O'Connor Lifetime Achievement Award. His poetry has appeared in numerous anthologies and magazines, including Image, Poetry, Presence, The Agni Review, First Things, The New England Review, The Hudson Review, Tri-Quarterly, The Massachusetts Review, and The New Criterion. Frederick Turner, Founders Professor of Arts and Humanities (emeritus) at the University of Texas at Dallas, was educated at Oxford University. A poet, critic, translator, philosopher, and former editor of The Kenyon Review, he has authored over 40 books, including The Culture of Hope, Genesis: An Epic Poem, Shakespeare's Twenty-First Century Economics, Natural Religion, and most recently Latter Days, with Colosseum Books. He has co-published several volumes of Hungarian and German poetry in translation, including Goethe's Faust, Part One. He has been nominated internationally over 40 times for the Nobel Prize for Literature and translated into over a dozen languages. James Matthew Wilson is Cullen Foundation Chair of English Literature and Founding Director of the MFA program in Creative Writing at the University of Saint Thomas, in Houston. He serves also as Poet-in-Residence of the Benedict XVI Institute for Sacred Music and Divine Worship, as Editor of Colosseum Books, and Poetry Editor of Modern Age magazine. He is the author of twelve books, including The Strangeness of the Good. His work has won the Hiett Prize, the Parnassus Prize, the Lionel Basney Award (twice), and the Catholic Media Book Award for Poetry.
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In the 1990s, PBS introduced young audiences to a canine star like none other: a Jack Russell terrier who imagined himself as characters from classic works of literature. The show was called Wishbone. Today there's a whole generation of adults who were first weaned on Mark Twain, the legend of Faust or the Greek epics through this series. Wishbone is also the first TV show Mo wrote for. Mo talks with Wishbone head writer Stephanie Simpson and dog trainer Jackie Kaptan about the show and the life and career of its beloved lead actor, a dog named Soccer.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Children have a right to a mother and father. Them Before Us seeks to prioritize the rights of children in the culture and courtroom, the personal and the public. What a basic, foundational concept... but one that's been lost in the current cultural stream of thought that adult desires trump any possible right a child may have. From gay marriage to the transgender movement to surrogacy and designer babies, Katy Faust applies a strong biblical ethic of protecting children and their rights. Them Before Us strives to put children before adults in every conversation about marriage and family. Listen in! Them Before Us website Them Before Us Book TODAY'S SPONSORS ARE: SO SIMPLE SIGHT WORDS: Get 20% off with code KINDLED Follow them: @sosimplesightwords ************** ALONGSIDE THEM: Get $5 off with code KINDLED5 Follow them: @alongsidethem ************** CORNERSTONE CURRICULUM: Get 5% off with code KINDLED Follow them: @cornerstonecurriculum Do you want to advertise on Kindled? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to request my media kit with pricing! ************** --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kindledpodcast/support