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Esto me suena. Las tardes del Ciudadano García

Este sábado viajamos en el tiempo con José Ángel Mañas, autor de Fernán González. El hombre que forjó Castilla. Su novela trata la vida e hitos de este conde, desconocido para muchos, del siglo X. Después, Sergio Martín repasa la actualidad informativa en su sección ‘Si yo tuviera un programa…’. El cuentista Pep Bruno nos narra Caperucita Blanca, un cuento raro, que mezcla Caperucita y los 7 cabritillos, recogido en los 70 en Galicia. El astrofísico Javier Armentia nos habla sobre el proyecto Islero, la bomba nuclear española. Y, por último, nuestro cocinero Sergio Fernández, nos enseña recetas para no complicarnos el fin de semana y quedar como reyes. Escuchar audio

Esto me suena. Las tardes del Ciudadano García
Esto me suena - Caperucita Blanca

Esto me suena. Las tardes del Ciudadano García

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 6:28


El cuentista Pep Bruno nos narra Caperucita Blanca, un cuento raro que mezcla Caperucita y los 7 cabritillos recogido en los años 70 en Galicia. Escuchar audio

El ojo crítico
El ojo crítico - Cómo se mueven las librerías

El ojo crítico

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 18:47


Con Lola Larumbe visitamos la librería Rafael Alberti y conocemos el Festival EÑE. Con Enrique Pascual la Cervantes de Oviedo y terminamos recorriendo Galicia de la mano de una librería ambulante. Escuchar audio

La Ventana
La Ventana a las 16h | Estas son las causas por las que los jóvenes españoles son más infelices que sus padres: "Tienen menos calidad de vida que el resto de ciudadanos"

La Ventana

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 6:39


En términos generales, Asturias, Extremadura y Castilla-La Mancha tienen un nivel de felicidad superior a la media, mientras que Canarias, la Región de Murcia, Cantabria, País Vasco, Aragón y, especialmente, Galicia, muestran un índice inferior. Acorde al tercer Informe de Felicidad y Calidad de Vida, elaborado por la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha.

Prosperity 101 Podcast hosted by Linda J Hansen
A Message to America - Please Do Not Become Like the Country I Left – with Jorge Galicia – [Ep. 145]

Prosperity 101 Podcast hosted by Linda J Hansen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 36:13


Many politicians and media pundits criticize our capitalistic system of government and lure people into believing socialist policies will promote a safe and prosperous society. Listen to one who has lived under a socialist regime as Linda interviews Jorge Galicia, a lawyer and freedom advocate who fled persecution in Venezuela for speaking against the systematic decline of the country's economy and citizen's quality of life. Jorge shared the steps that led to the collapse of their prosperous economy and the erosion of their freedoms. He hopes to educate American citizens so the USA will not become like the country he left. © Copyright 2022, Prosperity 101, LLC -------------------------------- For information and resources visit: https://prosperity101.com To  order a copy of Prosperity 101 – Job Security Through Business Prosperity by Linda J. Hansen click here: https://prosperity101.com/products/ Help support this podcast by visiting www.switchaway.com/p101  If you would like to be a sponsor, please contact us at https://prosperity101.com.

A vivir que son dos días
Chapapote: la mancha del Prestige | Episodio 1: el accidente

A vivir que son dos días

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022


Chapapote: la mancha del Prestige es un documental de SER Podcast. Es un contenido que creemos que puede interesarte y por eso te recomendamos que lo escuches en al app o en la web de la SER, en Podium podcast o en la plataforma de audio que prefieras: https://linktr.ee/chapapoteEl 13 de noviembre de 2002 un motopetrolero con bandera de Bahamas sufría un accidente frente a las costas de Galicia. El barco tuvo una rotura en un costado que le hizo perder 60.000 toneladas de fuel oil. ¿Cómo fueron los primeros días de aquel desastre del Prestige? El buque petrolero que fue arrastrado durante más de 400 kilómetros dejando un reguero de muerte a su paso. Una mancha de chapapote que tardaría meses en ser borrada. Recogemos los testimonios de pescadores, mariscadores, periodistas que vivieron aquello y y quieren recordar aquella marea negra.

La Ventana
Chapapote: la mancha del Prestige | Episodio 1: el accidente

La Ventana

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022


Chapapote: la mancha del Prestige es un documental de SER Podcast. Es un contenido que creemos que puede interesarte y por eso te recomendamos que lo escuches en al app o en la web de la SER, en Podium podcast o en la plataforma de audio que prefieras: https://linktr.ee/chapapoteEl 13 de noviembre de 2002 un motopetrolero con bandera de Bahamas sufría un accidente frente a las costas de Galicia. El barco tuvo una rotura en un costado que le hizo perder 60.000 toneladas de fuel oil. ¿Cómo fueron los primeros días de aquel desastre del Prestige? El buque petrolero que fue arrastrado durante más de 400 kilómetros dejando un reguero de muerte a su paso. Una mancha de chapapote que tardaría meses en ser borrada. Recogemos los testimonios de pescadores, mariscadores, periodistas que vivieron aquello y quieren recordar aquella marea negra.

Hora 25
Chapapote: la mancha del Prestige | Episodio 1: el accidente

Hora 25

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022


Chapapote: la mancha del Prestige es un documental de SER Podcast. Es un contenido que creemos que puede interesarte y por eso te recomendamos que lo escuches en al app o en la web de la SER, en Podium podcast o en la plataforma de audio que prefieras: https://linktr.ee/chapapoteEl 13 de noviembre de 2002 un motopetrolero con bandera de Bahamas sufría un accidente frente a las costas de Galicia. El barco tuvo una rotura en un costado que le hizo perder 60.000 toneladas de fuel oil. ¿Cómo fueron los primeros días de aquel desastre del Prestige? El buque petrolero que fue arrastrado durante más de 400 kilómetros dejando un reguero de muerte a su paso. Una mancha de chapapote que tardaría meses en ser borrada. Recogemos los testimonios de pescadores, mariscadores, periodistas que vivieron aquello y quieren recordar aquella marea negra.

Más de uno
Josemi ve en Halloween la justificación de la gente fea y guarra para lucirse

Más de uno

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 7:34


En el día de Halloween, Josemi Rodríguez-Sieiro confiesa que estas celebraciones son "lo que más detesta". Por una parte, entiende que es una justificación para que la gente fea y guarra se luzca y sean felices. Además, asegura que no recuerda que en Galicia se celebrase nada similar cuando era pequeño, pero sí se celebraba carnaval, "una tradición que ha existido siempre y que Franco nunca prohibió". 

Las noticias de EL PAÍS
Chapapote: la mancha del Prestige - Episodio 2 La marea negra

Las noticias de EL PAÍS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 33:46


En este episodio los protagonistas son los voluntarios que acudieron en masa a Galicia para limpiar el desastre medioambiental provocado por el vertido y negado reiteradamente por las autoridades tanto de la Xunta de Manuel Fraga como del Gobierno de José María Aznar.  

Por fin no es lunes
Diego García Vega: "Es más barato importar vieiras chilenas a Galicia que consumir producto local y eso es insostenible"

Por fin no es lunes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 9:16


 El biólogo, ecologista, y protagonista de la serie documental ‘Chef sin desperdicio', que acaba de estrenar segunda temporada en  en HBO Max, ha estado en 'Por fin no es lunes'

Travelling Señorita
EP 135- Spain, Australia & back again-Chef Santi Fernandez

Travelling Señorita

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 51:29


Santi Fernandez loves travel & food, living & working in Australia for many years, he's back to his roots in Galicia talking all things Agri food & sustainability. https://terrafoodsolutions.com/

Radio Galega. Destacados
Galicia por diante

Radio Galega. Destacados

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022


Galicia por diante14/10/2022 O programa preséntase como o gran vehículo das mañás na Radio Galega, con letras maiúsculas, con pluralidade e con vocación de servizo. Como podería para facer se unha amiga ve algo máis en min?

Radio Galega. Destacados
Galicia por diante

Radio Galega. Destacados

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022


Galicia por diante14/10/2022 O programa preséntase como o gran vehículo das mañás na Radio Galega, con letras maiúsculas, con pluralidade e con vocación de servizo. "Os nosos nenos non son números nin ratios, necesitamos recursos" - Falemos de autismo

Radio Galega. Destacados
Galicia por diante

Radio Galega. Destacados

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022


Galicia por diante14/10/2022 O programa preséntase como o gran vehículo das mañás na Radio Galega, con letras maiúsculas, con pluralidade e con vocación de servizo. Pedro Feijóo

Radio Galega. Destacados

Diario Cultural14/10/2022 Programa diario de información cultural. Conxuga características dos informativos e máis da revista.A Galicia deseñada: así vemos o noso país

Anchored by Truth from Crystal Sea Books - a 30 minute show exploring the grand Biblical saga of creation, fall, and redempti

Episode 181 – 10 Facts Every Christian Needs to Know 9 – Noahic Names Remain Welcome to Anchored by Truth brought to you by Crystal Sea Books. In John 14:6, Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life.” The goal of Anchored by Truth is to encourage everyone to grow in the Christian faith by anchoring themselves to the secure truth found in the inspired, inerrant, and infallible word of God. Script: The sons of Japheth: Gomer, Magog, Madai, Javan, Tubal, Meshek and Tiras. … The sons of Ham: Cush, Egypt, Put and Canaan. … The sons of Shem: Elam, Ashur, Arphaxad, Lud and Aram… Genesis, chapter 10, verses 2, 6, and 22, New International Version ******** VK: Hello! I’m Victoria K. Welcome to Anchored by Truth brought to you by Crystal Sea Books. We’re very glad to be with you today as we continue the series we started several weeks ago on Anchored by Truth. We are calling this series “10 Facts Every Christian Needs to Know.” In the studio today we have RD Fierro. RD is an author and the founder of Crystal Sea Books. So far we have covered 6 of the 10 facts and we have done 2 other episodes to talk about what those facts mean. RD, the purpose of this series is to give listeners 10 solid facts that they can turn to when they encounter narratives in the world that try to cast doubt on the reliability of the Bible. And in our culture people trying to do that is pretty common isn’t it? RD: Well, I would also like to greet all the listeners joining us here today. And yes, our culture constantly feeds us messages that conflict with the Bible. A great deal of the time these messages are dressed up to make us think that they possess some kind of dispositive authority with which we disagree at our peril. Usually, the costumes these messages wear is the garb of supposed science. For instance, in our culture we are told that science tells us that the universe and earth are billions of years old whereas we learn from the Bible that they are really only thousands of years old. We are told that the geological features we see on the earth’s surface result from uniform factors that have been operating these billions of years. And we are told that the living creatures we see all around us were produced by slow and gradual mutational changes that have been going on during that vast pool of Deep Time. These narratives are so pervasive and so compulsive that even many Christians have begun to believe them. But just because they are pervasive doesn’t make them true. And that’s what we are showing in this series. VK: For instance, the presence of detectable carbon-14, which is the radioactive form of carbon, in diamonds is directly at odds with the assertion those diamonds were formed hundreds of millions of years ago. Carbon-14 has a half-life of 5,730 years. Every 5,700 years or so, the amount of carbon-14 present in anything decreases by 50%. If the diamonds were really hundreds of millions of years old, any carbon-14 present during the formation of the diamond would have long since have turned into ordinary carbon. RD: Correct. So, the 1st fact that we covered in this series is that the scientific evidence for Deep Time is not nearly as compelling as we are regularly told. There is an abundance of scientific observations that cast doubt on the conventional contentions. Similarly, we are routinely told that the features of the earth are the result of uniformitarian processes that have been going on during this Deep Time. But our 3rd fact in this series showed that there are marine fossils found on the highest mountains on earth. That shows that the Himalayas were at one time covered by water. Well, if the Himalayas had been formed by a slow, gradual uplift that lifted those fossils out of the water which took tens of millions of years – then during the those tens of millions of years erosion would have worn away the fossil containing layers if not the mountains themselves. Well, today we want to introduce our 7th fact that Christians need to know. And our 7th fact goes hand in hand with that 3rd fact. Today we are going to show that there is not only geological and paleontological evidence the flood of Noah occurred as described by the Bible but also that there is geographic, historical, and linguistic evidence of the reliability of the text. VK: Today we are going to talk about the considerable evidence that the names of Noah’s grandsons have been preserved in remarkable ways on at least 3 different continents. So, just by way of background, let’s remind everyone that the Bible tells us that when the ark came to rest after the flood waters receded, it landed in a region that is part of modern day Turkey. The Bible also tells us that Noah had 3 sons and 16 grandsons. But the Bible does not tell us that Noah had any daughters or granddaughters, does it? RD: No. It doesn’t. But we do know that Noah’s sons, Shem, Ham, and Japheth were all married before they got into the ark. Undoubtedly, those couples also had daughters as well as sons and the grandchildren intermarried. Remember that this is a time when the human gene pool had not suffered the deterioration that it would later. We have to also remember that this is a time long before the later prohibitions on close family members intermarrying. At any rate, the Bible has preserved the names of Noah’s 16 grandsons and we know from history and geography that those names have been indelibly carved on the ancient world. VK: And we know that because as Noah’s grandsons began to have their families and spread out several things happened. First, people in various areas called themselves by the name of the man who was their common ancestor. Second, those expanding families of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, etc. began calling their land, and often their major cities or rivers by the name of their common ancestor. And, third, in some cases the various nations that were now forming fell into ancestor worship. They abandoned their focus on the True God who had saved their ancestors and began revering the ancestor who was most prominent in their memories. This was particularly true because the first generations after the Flood lived to be very old, with some men outliving their children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. This set them apart. When this happened, it was natural for their descendants to almost regard them as being more than human. In some cases, the descendants began to claim their long-living ancestor as their god. What all this means is that the evidence of Noah’s sons and grandsons has been preserved in a way that can never be lost. God ensured that human history would contain evidence of the authenticity of the Biblical account. There is a very good article about this evidence on the website for Creation Ministries International which is creation.com. RD: Let’s take a look at some of this evidence. First, let’s note that Noah’s son Japheth had seven sons: Gomer, Magog, Madai, Javan, Tubal, Meshech, and Tiras. Ham had four sons Cush, Mizraim, Phut, and Canaan. Shem had five sons: Elam, Asshur, Arphaxad, Lud, and Aram. So, let’s start with an easy example – Shem’s son Aram. VK: Noah’s grandson Aram’s [A-RAHM] name is preserved in the history of the people and nation of Syria which is where Aram’s descendants settled after the dispersal that followed the tower of Babel. Aram is the Hebrew word for Syria. Whenever the word Syria appears in the Old Testament it is a translation of the word Aram. In fact, the Syrians call themselves Arameans [AIR-AH-MAY-UNS]. Their language is called Aramaic [AIR-AH-MAY-ICK]. Before the spread of the Greek Empire following the conquests of Alexander the Great, Aramaic was used as the international language. 2,500 years after Aram’s birth Aramaic was still in widespread use. In fact, it was still in use in Jesus’ day as the language of the common people. RD: Here’s another obvious example of how the names of Noah’s grandsons have been preserved by secular history. Asshur is the Hebrew word for Assyria. Assyria was one of the great ancient empires. Assyria is mentioned frequently by the Bible most often as one of Israel’s most dangerous enemies. Because Assyria was an enemy of Israel the prophet Jonah did not want to go and preach in the capital city of Assyria, Nineveh, as God had instructed him. VK: And we all know how that turned out. Jonah’s experience in the belly of the whale – though the Bible just calls it a “big fish” – came as a direct result of his disobedience. Despite the big-fish episode Jonah still wound up going to Nineveh and the whole population converted as a consequence of his preaching. So, in an ironic, providential way, Jonah was converting his distant cousins because both he and the Assyrians were descendants of Shem. RD: Yes. Every time the words Assyria or Assyrian appear in the Old Testament, they are translated from the word Asshur. Asshur’s descendants became a mighty empire and probably because of this he became an example of the ancestor worship that we mentioned. Asshur was worshipped by his descendants. As long as Assyria lasted, which was for many centuries - until 612 BC - accounts of battles, diplomatic affairs and foreign bulletins were daily read out to Asshur’s image. It was said that every Assyrian king held that he wore the crown only with the express permission of Asshur’s deified ghost. VK: So, Asshur [AH-SURE] and Aram were sons of Shem and grandsons of Noah. They founded tribes and nations that are well known even by secular history. And the fact their names are so well known authenticates the accuracy of the text of Genesis chapter 10 where their names appear. This reinforces the fact that there is strong linguistic and geographic evidence that favors the Bible’s description of the Genesis flood and its effects on humanity. How about if we move on and discuss some of Noah’s grandsons that were born to Japheth [JA-PHUTH]? RD: Ok. Let’s start with the very first of Noah’s grandsons that the Bible mentions: Gomer. Gomer is the first listed of Japheth’s seven sons. And Gomer is a great illustration of two things. First, that the geographic spread of Noah’s descendants is exactly what you would expect of a human population that was being rebuilt starting in or around Turkey. Shem’s sons Aram and Asshur founded nations that are both located to the south and east of modern Turkey. Japheth’s son Gomer founded nations that spread to the north and west. VK: The prophet Ezekiel located the early descendants of Gomer, along with one of his sons, Togarmah, in the north quarters (Ezekiel 38:6). In modern Turkey is an area which in New Testament times was called Galatia. The Jewish historian Flavius Josephus [FLAY-VEE-US JOE-SEE-PHUS] records that the people who were called Galatians or Gauls in his day (c. AD 93) were previously called Gomerites. RD: Right. And the Gomerites did not remain in Turkey. They migrated westward to what we now call France and Spain. For many centuries France was called Gaul, after the descendants of Gomer. North-west Spain is called Galicia to this day. Furthermore, Some of the Gomerites migrated further to what is now called Wales. The Welsh historian, Davis, records a traditional Welsh belief that the descendants of Gomer ‘landed on the Isle of Britain from France, about three hundred years after the flood’. He also records that the Welsh language is called Gomeraeg (after their ancestor Gomer). Other members of the Gomerite clan settled along the way, including in Armenia. The sons of Gomer were ‘Ashkenaz, Riphath, and Togarmah’ (Genesis 10:3). The Encyclopedia Britannica says that the Armenians traditionally claim to be descended from Togarmah and Ashkenaz. Ancient Armenia reached into Turkey. The name Turkey may well come from Togarmah. Others of them migrated to Germany. That connection is supported by the fact that Ashkenaz is the Hebrew word for Germany. VK: But Japheth’s sons didn’t just spread north and west from Turkey. They also spread far to the east. One of Japheth’s sons was named Madai [MAH-DIE]. Along with Shem’s son Elam, Madai is the ancestor of our modern-day Iranians. Josephus tells us that the descendants of Madai were called Medes by the Greeks. This makes perfect sense because every time the Medes are mentioned in the Old Testament, the word used is the Hebrew word Madai (maday). Initially, the Medes were a separate people and nation but after the time of Cyrus, the Medes are always, with only one exception, mentioned along with the Persians. After Cyrus, the two nations became one kingdom with one law. The Bible will often refer to the law of the Medes and Persians’. Later on the combined entity was simply called Persians. Since 1935 they have called their country Iran. The Medes also moved even further east and are thought to have settled India. RD: Another one of Noah’s grandsons and also a son of Japheth’s sons was Javan. Javan is the Hebrew word for Greece. Greece, Grecia, or Grecians appears five times in the Old Testament, and is always the Hebrew word Javan. The prophet Daniel refers to ‘the king of Grecia’ in Daniel 8:21), but what Daniel literally says is ‘the king of Javan’. Javan himself had 4 sons named Elishah, Tarshish, Kittim, and Dodanim (Genesis 10:4), all of whom have connections with the geographic region of the middle or eastern Mediterranean region. The Elysians were an ancient Greek people and obviously received their name from Elishah. Tarshish or Tarsus was located in the region of Cilicia which is part modern Turkey. Most people know that Greek and Turkey are located very close to each other geographically. Turkey is just east of Greece. VK: And Tarshish [TAR-SHISH] is famous because the Bible tells us that that was the destination of the boat that Jonah caught before he wound up in the Mediterranean Sea and the belly of the fish. And after the name evolved into Tarsus the city became famous as the hometown of the Apostle Paul. In the book of Acts, chapter 9, verse 11 we hear God telling a man named Ananias [AN-NA-NEYE-US] to go seek out Paul, who at that time was still called Saul. God said to Ananias “Go to the house of Judas on Straight Street and ask for a man from Tarsus named Saul, for he is praying.” RD: Right. And the geographic connections with Javan continue. The Encyclopedia Britannica says that Kittim is the biblical name for Cyprus. Cyprus is an island that is south of Turkey and near the eastern coast of the Mediterranean. Javan’s 4th son, Dodanim is connected to the famous city of Troy. The people who initially settled around the area of Troy worshipped Jupiter under the name of Jupiter Dodonaeus, possibly a reference to the fourth son of Javan. Jupiter may be a derivative of the name Japheth. Jupiter’s oracle was located at a site called Dodena. The Greeks worshipped this god but called him Zeus. VK: So, thus far we see that the geographic territory occupied by Japheth’s [JA-PHUTH] descendants has covered a pretty wide range. We have seen that the descendants of his first son Gomer have been found as far to the west of Turkey as Wales and as far to the east as India. This seems like a remarkable confirmation that God honored the prayer that Noah uttered in Genesis, chapter 9, verse 27, part of which said “May God extend Japheth’s territory … .” RD: Well, let’s take a note of one more son of Japheth: Tubal. Ezekiel mentions Tubal along with Gog and Meshech (Ezekiel 39:1). His name is preserved in the name of the capital city of the nation Georgia whose capital to this day is called Tbilisi. From there, Tubal’s descendants crossed the Caucasus mountains, migrated due north-east, and gave their tribal name to the river Tobol, and hence to the famous city of Tobolsk, Russia. So, this expands the territorial reach of Japheth even more. His descendants stretched over most of the continent of Europe and deep into the continent of Asia. By contrast, the descendants of Noah’s other son Ham are primarily found in the continent of Africa. VK: Ham had 4 sons: Cush, Mizraim [MIZ-RAY-UM], Phut [FHUT], and Canaan. Ham’s descendants are so prominently identified with Africa that the Bible often refers to Africa as the land of Ham. For instance, the name of Noah’s grandson Cush is the Hebrew word for old Ethiopia. The Ethiopia of the Bible is not in the same place as the nation currently called by this name. Biblical Ethiopia is located more in the region of the modern Sudan. This is obviously still on the African continent. Without exception, the word Ethiopia in the English Bible is always a translation of the Hebrew word Cush. RD: Noah’s next grandson mentioned was Mizraim. Mizraim is the Hebrew word for Egypt. The name Egypt appears hundreds of times in the Old Testament and with only one exception is always a translation of the word Mizraim. For instance, at the burial of Jacob, the Canaanites observed the mourning of the Egyptians and so called the place Abel Mizraim (Genesis 50:11). Phut, the name of Noah’s next grandson is the Hebrew name for Libya. It is translated three times in the Old Testament that way. The ancient river Phut was in Libya. By Daniel’s day, the name had been changed to Libya (Daniel 11:43). Josephus tells us that, “Phut also was the founder of Libia , and called the inhabitants Phutites, from himself.” Ham’s final son, Canaan, of course, gave his name to land that we call Palestine. When God encountered Moses at the burning bush, God told Moses that he was sending Moses to bring his people into the land of the Canaanites. For a long time the name Canaan was synonymous with the territory we call Israel. VK: By the time of the Romans that territory was being called Palestine. But even the term Palestine has a connection to Noah’s grandsons. Many scholars see a connection between the Hebrew word that is translated in our Bibles as Philistines. Philistine, in turn came from one of the term “Philistim” [PHIL-IS-STEM] who is one of Ham’s descendants. RD: So, a brief look at Noah’s grandsons reveals several things. First, we see that as Noah’s grandsons founded tribes that grew into nations those nations fan out from the part of the world where the ark is traditionally thought to have landed: modern day Turkey. Some of Noah’s descendants, especially the families descended from Shem, settled reasonably close by in ancient Assyria (modern Lebanon) and Syria. Ham’s descendants moved south into Africa first settling along the Mediterranean coast but ultimately moved further into the interior. Japheth’s sons moved more northerly but they spread widely to the east and west just as Noah had prayed for. Noah prayed that God would enlarge Japheth’s territory and He did. VK: And, of course, it makes sense that it would take longer to reach more distant places but there was another consideration, wasn’t there? In the aftermath of the global flood the conditions were perfect for the Ice Age. The volcanic eruptions beneath the sea had put a lot of moisture into the air and the increased particulate matter would have brought on cooler-for-longer conditions. So, as Noah’s descendants spread they would have been more likely to go south first and waited for improvement in the conditions in the northern parts of Europe and Asia. But once the conditions did improve it would have been ideal for settlement. The plants and animals would have made a comeback and there would have been no competition. RD: The point of all this is that the geographic names that in many cases remain with us today point to the accuracy of the Noahic genealogies that are contained in the book of Genesis. This is confirmation that when Moses made the record he was writing history not some sort of poetical look back at the early history of mankind. VK: This is one of the reasons that we took pains in our last episode of Anchored by Truth to point out the fact that Moses was the author of the first five books of the Bible. Moses obviously wasn’t around when Noah’s sons and grandsons were so God may have given Moses the history He wanted Moses to record or Moses may have worked from oral or written histories still in circulation – likely a combination of both. Moses wrote in the 15th century BC – over a thousand years after the repopulation of the earth had begun. By that time the tribes and nations that found their origination in Noah’s grandsons had been well established but Moses would not necessarily have possessed all the information that we do. We can rely on information sources that Noah did not have access to like the treasures of clay tablets that would be found thousands of years later in Babylon, Nineveh [NIN-UH-VUH], and other sites. RD: So, again this points to the reliability of the record that Moses prepared. Moses probably had very little, if any information about how far the Gomerites had spread into France or Germany or the fact that Javan’s descendants were forming city states in what we call Greece. Moses was recording names that were relevant to tribes and peoples of which he was completely unaware. But the accuracy of his record would be confirmed by a great many later historians, even ones from other nations, and archeological finds that would only emerge into widespread view 3,500 years later. Through far-away names and places God would leave an indelible imprint of the accuracy of the record the Holy Spirit was inspiring Moses to write. That’s a pretty phenomenal thought. VK: Again, the purpose of this “10 Facts Every Christian Needs to Know” series is to enable people to put a solid intellectual foundation beneath their conviction that the Bible is the inspired word of God. In our day and time we need to ensure that we have that foundation because the Bible is under attack from just about every quarter. We are told by popular culture that the Bible is not relevant because it is not accurate. But as we have been discussing here today the Bible’s continuing relevance is established by the abundant evidence that it is accurate even to such small details as the names of one man’s grandsons who lived thousands of years ago. RD: Yes. People sometimes chafe at the Bible’s genealogies. I suspect most people skip right over many of the lists of names of who begat who when they read the Bible. Even faithful Christians may think that it is more important to read the chapters on family relationships, doctrinal proclamations, or subjects such as love and peace than it is to spend any time on the genealogies. But the simple truth is that the genealogies give us strong evidence that the Bible is the inspired word of God and help us make sense out of God’s actions within world history. Without that evidence we would have no good reason to invest our trust in what the Bible tells us about the other things like salvation, financial matters, family relationships, etc. The big takeaway here is that God gave us each and every part of the Bible for our benefit. We can learn from and benefit from even the parts of the Bible that at first glance may seem to be less relevant to the heart of our faith – the salvation available through Christ alone. VK: The point of this series and today’s discussion is to help Christians guard against the narratives that circulate so widely today. One of those narratives is that the Bible cannot be trusted. So, to push that narrative the critics must cast doubt on the reliability and authenticity of scripture. Only an almighty, omniscient God could have enabled Moses to provide the genealogies that are validated by history, linguistics, and geography. By doing so God gave us powerful evidence that even those genealogies are inspired revelation. To close, for today let’s listen to a prayer that God would sovereignly bring the renewal and restoration so greatly needed by our churches and our hearts. ---- PRAYER FOR RENEWAL OF THE CHURCH VK: Before we close we’d like to remind our audience that a lot of our radio episodes are linked together in series of topics so if they missed any episodes in this series or if they just want to hear one again, all of these episodes are available on your favorite podcast app. To find them just search on “Anchored by Truth by Crystal Sea Books.” If you’d like to hear more, try out crystalseabooks.com where “We’re not perfect but our Boss is!” (Opening Bible Quote from the New International Version) Genesis, chapter 10, verses 2, 6, and 22, New International Version The sixteen grandsons of Noah - creation.com Satan’s Strategy • Cast doubt on God’s goodness • Deny God’s truth • Elevate self-importance • Establish a replacement in the mind and heart for God’s truth Cultural Narratives One way to look at narratives is that there are primary and secondary narratives that circulate in our culture. The primary narratives are so embedded in our culture that they are not even noticed any more. They are like the framed prints on your wall. Initially you see them but as time goes by you notice them less and less. Eventually you only know they are there when a visitor comes in and remarks about them. Deep time, evolution, uniformitarianism, and the equality of all religious viewpoints are now primary narratives in our culture. Only fools and the suspect disagree with them. The narratives we notice (such as the prominent social and political narratives) are secondary ones - the acceptability of abortion, same sex marriage, the difference between "green" energy and fossil fuels, "public" education, increased government control and regulation, etc. The secondary ones emerge from and are dependent on the primary ones. • The Big Bang/deep time does away with the need for God as Creator. • Evolution does away with the need for God as the Author of life. • Uniformitarianism does away God as the Administrator of justice (become evil continually and God will wipe you off the face of the earth). Since we've done away with God we now create our own standards for what constitutes "personhood," family, man's dominion over the earth, etc. The problem is, of course, we didn't do away with God or His truth. And the house built on intellectual sand falls when the river of reality hits it. So, we will proclaim the truth to try to save some and maybe by God's grace many or most. People who doubt the inerrancy of scripture never think about any of this but they should. The line from that which they doubt the Word to a life they don't want to live is very straight. The line grows even more straight as it uncoils - just like the hangman's rope.

Radio Galega. Destacados
Galicia por diante fin de semana

Radio Galega. Destacados

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022


Galicia por diante fin de semana09/10/2022 Día Mundial do Correo

A vivir que son dos días
La Ciencia | El superordenador gallego y la aristocracia digital

A vivir que son dos días

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 44:46


Existe en Galicia un supercomputador capaz de realizar 4 mil billones de cálculos por segundo. A él recurren investigadores de toda España para estudiar el genoma, desarrollar nuevos fármacos o hacer predicciones del clima más precisas. Sobre el Finis Terrae III, las aplicaciones de la Inteligencia Artificial para la salud y los movimientos de Elon Musk y otros poderosos digitales conversan en esta tertulia Pere Estupinyà, Javier Sampedro, Gemma Galdón y Gustavo Entrala.

Radio Galega. Destacados
Galicia por diante fin de semana

Radio Galega. Destacados

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022


Galicia por diante fin de semana09/10/2022 Iván Novegil: "Sempre quixen ser como os que están ao outro lado"

Radio Galega. Destacados
Galicia por diante fin de semana

Radio Galega. Destacados

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022


Galicia por diante fin de semana09/10/2022 Coordinadora de intimidade, figura clave nas esceas comprmetidas das rodaxes

Radio Galega. Destacados
Galicia por diante fin de semana

Radio Galega. Destacados

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022


Galicia por diante fin de semana08/10/2022 Unha aplicación para ligar co pobo dos teus soños

Radio Galega. Destacados
Galicia por diante fin de semana

Radio Galega. Destacados

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022


Galicia por diante fin de semana08/10/2022 "Non daba creto, pero era verdade que estaba a miña filla"

Radio Galega. Destacados
Galicia por diante fin de semana

Radio Galega. Destacados

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022


Galicia por diante fin de semana08/10/2022 Antón Rodicio, matemático e fotógrafo, lévanos de viaxe por Europa seguindo os pasos de Rilke

Radio Galega. Destacados

Galicia por diante07/10/2022 O programa preséntase como o gran vehículo das mañás na Radio Galega, con letras maiúsculas, con pluralidade e con vocación de servizo. A santiaguesa Esperanza Fernández perdeu a seu pai e unha cuñada no accidente do Alvia

Radio Galega. Destacados

Galicia por diante07/10/2022 O programa preséntase como o gran vehículo das mañás na Radio Galega, con letras maiúsculas, con pluralidade e con vocación de servizo. Pedro Feijóo, moi fan de Alex Michaelides e a súa "Paciente Silenciosa"

Radio Galega. Destacados

Galicia por diante07/10/2022 O programa preséntase como o gran vehículo das mañás na Radio Galega, con letras maiúsculas, con pluralidade e con vocación de servizo. O alcalde do Grove José A. Cacabelos encargoulle ao pintor Carlos Besada un cadro para agasallar ao chanceler alemán

Deportes COPE Coruña
Deportes COPE Coruña, 6-10-22 de 15:30 a 16 horas

Deportes COPE Coruña

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 29:53


Actualidad del Deportivo. Antonio Couceiro, presidente del club coruñés, dice que Borja Jiménez debe sentirse, en principio, respaldado al frente del equipo. Escuchamos también a Alberto Quiles. Entrevista con Antonio (Atlético Arteixo) que juega hoy con Galicia en la Copa Regiones UEFA. Y análisis de la temporada de LEB ORO

Coger Rico y Amar Bonito
Todo sobre orgasmos - T2E01

Coger Rico y Amar Bonito

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 46:14


En ocasiones, un orgasmo puede cambiarte la vida y otras veces es solo una sensación que se siente rico y ya. Aquí hablamos sobre nuestra historia con el orgasmo, la anorgasmia, la eyaculación precoz, los mitos alrededor de él y por qué verlo como algo tan místico nos hace más difícil llegar a él. Y sobre todo, cómo abordar una pregunta complicada durante el sexo: “¿Te viniste?” "Coger rico y amar bonito" es conducido por César Galicia (@cesargalicia_) y Paola Aguilar (@paola_aguilar_r). Síguenos en Instagram, Twitter y Tiktok en @ricoybonitopod.

Las mañanas de RNE con Íñigo Alfonso
Las mañanas de RNE con Íñigo Alfonso - Segunda hora - 06/10/22

Las mañanas de RNE con Íñigo Alfonso

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 60:02


En España a las 7 repasamos lo que dio de sí la reunión en Galicia entre el presidente del Gobierno, Pedro Sánchez, y el canciller alemán, Olaf Schoz. Ambos líderes han acordado cooperar para reducir el precio de la energía. Además, en Las mañanas de RNE con Íñigo Alfonso, el foco puesto sobre el Congreso de los Diputados al que hoy llegan los Presupuestos Generales del Estado, la Ley de protección animal, la Ley del aborto y la Ley trans. Esta última, no exenta de polémica. Escuchar audio

Radio Galega. Destacados

Galicia por diante05/10/2022 O programa preséntase como o gran vehículo das mañás na Radio Galega, con letras maiúsculas, con pluralidade e con vocación de servizo. Os segredos mellor gardados das nenas e nenos do Barbanza. No #Poigrama, con Tonhito de Poi

Radio Galega. Destacados

Galicia por diante05/10/2022 O programa preséntase como o gran vehículo das mañás na Radio Galega, con letras maiúsculas, con pluralidade e con vocación de servizo. O avogado Evaristo Nogueira representa o fillo dun falecido no accidente do Alvia

Las mañanas de RNE con Íñigo Alfonso
Las mañanas de RNE con Íñigo Alfonso - Segunda hora - 05/10/22

Las mañanas de RNE con Íñigo Alfonso

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 60:04


España a las 7 te cuenta la última hora de la Cumbre hispano-germana que se cita en Galicia con la crisis energética como tema central. Bajo la lupa también, en Las mañanas de RNE con Íñigo Alfonso, las cuentas del Gobierno para el próximo ejercicio y la nueva reunión del Consejo General del Poder Judicial para desbloquear la situación que sufre el máximo órgano de los jueces. Escuchar audio

TERMINUS: extreme metal podcast
Terminus Episode 104 - Ares Kingdom, Galicia

TERMINUS: extreme metal podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 130:37


Again, a bit of a delay, but we've got something to make it up for you: a big, sprawling episode of highly anticipated records and autistic analysis guaranteed to please all Terminators or your money back (please don't call me on this I can't give refunds on Patreon.) This time we're looking at two scrappy, unusual records descended from a parallel universe war metal scene that somehow drifted into our own- one from an established classic act, and another from youthful upstarts on a mission to make their mark. From the veterans in Ares Kingdom comes a record that refuses to rest on the laurels of the past. "In Darkness at Last" presents the band's resolute and powerful style of black/death/thrash metal in a looser, more jamming fashion that excites TDMG but may polarize longtime fans of the band. There's no shortage of crushing riffs and vigorous rhythmic stomping, but the atmosphere of this record is that of a long-defeated empire slowly slipping into memory. What's the goal, here? And has Ares Kingdom really been a black metal band all along? We discuss. Coming off last year's "Serpentine Descension," California-based Axis of Advance worshippers Galicia return with "Precipice," a debut record as exciting as it is inscrutable. The structural brilliance of Olde Edmonton combines with the sheer ferocity and pacing of mid-era Cryptopsy to create dizzyingly intense yet tremendously melodic music where riffs and rhythms slip past as quickly as they're introduced. This isn't easy listening, but those willing to take the time will likely discover one of the best records of the year. 0:00:00 - Intro 0:06:46 - Ares Kingdom - In Darkness at Last (Nuclear War Now) 1:03:00 - Interlude - Order from Chaos - “Forsake Me This Mortal Coil,” fr. Stillbirth Machine (Wild Rags Records, 1992) 1:08:07 - Galicia - Precipice (Hessian Firm) 2:07:03 - Outro - Warrior's Chalice - “Atomic Assault Troops” fr. Warrior's Chalice (Independent, 2017) Terminus links: Terminus on Youtube Terminus on Patreon Terminus on Instagram Terminus on Facebook thetrueterminus@gmail.com

Radio Galega. Destacados

Galicia por diante05/10/2022 O programa preséntase como o gran vehículo das mañás na Radio Galega, con letras maiúsculas, con pluralidade e con vocación de servizo. Emilio Morenatti, premio Pulitzer, participa na Coruña nun obradoiro do ?Luís Ksado" de creación fotográfica

Cuentos para irse a Dormir
Cuentos para irse a Dormir - El Cuento de Totoro

Cuentos para irse a Dormir

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 12:59


Muy buenas amiguitos, hoy vamos con un cuento de una pelicula que Lara ha visto y le ha gustado mucho y ha insistido en que os contaramos un cuento sobre ella. Si cpnseguimos que los que no la conozcáis le deis una oportunidad habrá merecido la pena. Hoy os dejamos con el cuento de TOTORO. Los Saluditos de esta semana son para: Carlota y Martina de 4 y 2 años de Campanar(Valencia) > Bailarina Elvira Mora de 3 años, su mamá Tina y su papa Roberto de Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz) > Mulan Jesús desde El Puerto de Santa María Nora y Pelayo de Oviedo os piden el cuento de "Casper" DoriSergio (Gema) y su hijo David, tiene 6 años son de Godelleta, Valencia > Las supernenasv Sara Bailén (Catral) Irene de 9 años y a Sofía de 3? Somos de A Coruña Pablo Jiménez de 4 años y a su papá Jose Francisco de 39 años que viven en el Albujon. Murcia Ana y Alba (5 años) vivimos en Nigrán, Pontevedra, Galicia > Shrek Podeis mandarnos saludos o peticiones en los comentarios de ivoox o en nuestro correo electrónico cuentos@agenciarom.es donde podéis mandar también dibujitos de vuestros cuentos favoritos para subirlos a yuoutube o compartirlos en nuestras redes sociales. Manu, miembro de Agencia ROM quiere entretener a los mas enanos de la casa compartiendo esos cuentos que junto con Lara, la verdadera estrella de estos cuentos, darán un aire fresco a esto de contar cuentos. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

The Farm Podcast Mach II
Et in New Haven Ego Part I w/ Mark Palmer & Recluse

The Farm Podcast Mach II

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 69:49


New Haven, Connecticut, New Haven Green, sacred geometry, mystical topology, The First Church of Christ, Trinity Church on the Green, New Haven Crypt, Skull and Bones, Geronimo, Geronimo's Spirit, Native American legacy, genocide, founding of New Haven, city grid, magic 9 square, Saturn orientation, Saturnine energy, Saturnine symbolism, Satan's Axis, ley lines, 42nd parallel, "psychic highway," Pyrenees, Cathar country, Gironda, Galicia, Basque Country, Arcadia, Et in Arcadia ego Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

PUB SONGS for Celtic Geeks
Grace O'Malley & Celtic Invasion Vacation Expectations

PUB SONGS for Celtic Geeks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 31:15


Where are we going on the next Celtic Invasion Vacation? Listen and also enjoy some music related to the invasion. Plus, you'll learn what you can expect to experience when you join an invasion. It's Pub Songs & Stories #258 WELCOME TO PUB SONGS & STORIES I am Marc Gunn. This is the audio liner notes for the songs I record and play. The show is brought to you by my Gunn Runners on Patreon. If you enjoy this podcast and my music, please join the Club. You'll get 2-3 podcasts per month. You'll be able to download songs featured in this show, get sheet music, and access to Coffee with The Celtfather video concerts. You get a lot for as little as $5 per month. And you can save 15% with an annual membership. Thanks to my newest Gunn Runners on Patreon: Cecilia F 1:01 - WHAT'S NEW? This is a bonus episode. I finally settled on where to go for the next Celtic Invasion Vacation in 2023. I looked at Galicia in Spain, the Wicklow Mountains, south of Dublin, Ireland, and Westport in County Mayo, Ireland. And the winner is… Westport in County Mayo. I don't yet have details about the trip. Nor have I opened it up to the public. I'm gonna spend the next month working those out. But there are few things I want to explore while we are there. First, County Mayo was the home of Grace O'Malley. She was known as the Pirate Queen of Ireland. A quick search revealed that there are not many records of her. However, there are some letters that were exchanged with Queen Elizabeth I, which show a mutual admiration of each other, two strong women in a time of men. I'm gonna research a bit about the Pirate Queen and see what we can find. And to give you a small taste, The Gothard Sisters have a song inspired by Grainne, as she is often called. 2:15 - “Grace O'Malley” by The Gothard Sisters from Mountain Rose 5:49 - MORE ON TRAVEL One of my regular invaders, Jim, once said that what he enjoyed about our trips is that there are frequently different types of travel that we do. Meaning we might take a boat or train, instead of a car. So I'm always looking out for something cool like that for at least one day. Happily, Clare Island is nearby. I honestly know very little about Clare Island. Although, it sounds like Gracy O'Malley spent some time there as well. What I do know about it is that The Saw Doctors have a fantastic song called “Clare Island”. It makes me excited to see it. That's what I have so far. 6:31 - UPCOMING SHOWS SEP 28-OCT 2: ALEP, Shakertown, KY with Brobdingnagian Bards OCT 8: Ironshield Brewing, Lawrenceville, GA @ 7:00 – 10:00 PM. OCT 14-16: MultiVerse, Atlanta, GA NOV 4-6: Conjuration, Atlanta, GA I'm gonna share a replay from the Celtfather Unkilted podcast. I noticed after publishing that episode last month that there is one thing that is a bit off at present. That is the requirement of a vaccination card. I am not requiring that at present though the sentiment is still valid. These trips are small and your fellow invaders should be treated like family. Meaning I do expect that you will get vaccinated as needed to protect your family. 7:54 - WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT ON A CELTIC INVASION VACATION? If you go to the website you won't find much information. I usually list the itinerary when it becomes available but that can be January or March before the trip. You will find podcasts and links to pictures and videos. I don't know that any of it really paints a good picture. So I thought I would try to break down how these trips work to help you decide if you want to join me in the future. Celtic Invasion Vacations are not your typical travel tour experience. Most tourists travel on big buses. They go place to place. You stay up late. You get up early. There's 30, 60 or even 90 people packed on one to three tour buses. If you're like me, that sounds pretty miserable. My first two trips were on tour buses. Everyone was a fan of my music. So that was pretty awesome. The bus drivers were awesome too. But that's a lot of people for an introvert like me. I don't know how much of the fatigue was from so many people or the staying up late/getting-up-early business. But it's not my preferred way of traveling. I like small groups. My mom moved to Italy in 1985. So I've gone back-and-forth to Europe for a long time. My mom is an awesome adventurer. I went to school on an American military base in Vicenza, Italy for my senior year of high school. While all the other high school seniors went to Remini to get drunk, my mom and I went on in artistic pilgrimage following the works of Piero Della Francesca. She instilled in me the value of planning as well as spontaneity. You see that in my Celtic Invasion Vacations itinerary. When I finally make one that is. Typically, I don't have a full itinerary when I announce the latest trip. I have… ideas. In fact, I usually have one big idea. Then I find a way to make it work. One person told me he was disappointed when my trip to the Highlands of Scotland a few years back did not also include the Isle of Skye, like it was initially listed on the early itinerary. That was because I had a big idea. But when I finally settled on details, I realized it was impractical. I learned from that error. If I make any big changes to what was planned, you are welcome to back out. I don't usually settle on solid itineraries until December or January. I just don't have enough details to make a solid decision. That might make some people uncomfortable, especially when you're putting down nearly $3000, plus air travel, to join me. The adventure is worth it! The great thing about traveling on the Celtic Invasion Vacation in my opinion is that it is a small group. That means maximum flexibility for adventure. So let's answer some questions. 11:08 - WHEN ARE THE CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS? This can always vary. But typically I run my trips in late May or early June. This seems to be the best time to travel to Ireland and Scotland. People talk about rain in Ireland. June seems to invariably have one of the lightest rain falls ever. It's just... perfect! 11:28 - HOW LONG IS EACH TRIP? Celtic Invasion Vacations are about seven days long. The trips are officially scheduled from Saturday to Saturday. That's because that's how long most vacation rentals book. But I'm not going to be taking you to seven hotels in seven days. We stay in one place most of the week. If the vacation rental is more than a couple hours from the airport or there's something cool to see closer, we may stay in a hotel near the airport on the last night of the Invasion. It just depends on how soon everyone on the trip has booked their departure. 12:00 - WHEN SHOULD I ARRIVE? I usually ask Invaders to arrive the day before the trip. That way you can recover from jet lag and adjust to the time change. But that also allows us to leave first thing in the morning on Saturday to drive to our vacation rental. While it is recommended, it is not required. As long as you arrive by 11 am on Saturday, we will adjust. You are also responsible for the hotel on Friday night. But you might find a roommate with other Invaders. 12:39 - WHEN SHOULD I DEPART? Again, it's up to you. I prefer you to set your departure after noon on Saturday. You can stay as long as you want. I usually leave on Sunday after the trip is over. 12:50 - HOW DO YOU SELECT THE DESTINATIONS? Destinations are chosen by invaders and of course me. I usually have an idea of a place I want to see. I look for a suitable vacation spot. But sometimes I ask for suggestions from Invaders. Our trip to Brittany and Cornwall were both chosen because some regular Invaders wanted to visit all seven Celtic nations. Of course, I get the final say. And if I can't get enough people to attend one of these more remote spots, I may make adjustments. Once we settle on a big destination, the next step is figuring out the generalized itinerary. 13:23 - IS THERE DOWNTIME? Yes. This is not an intense, constantly moving tour. Celtic Invasion Vacations are about relaxation, adventure, and fun. But how much can be up to you. There's usually at least one day where we are near to the cottage and take it easy. We explore the local town. Wednesday's have the option of a little extra downtime for those who need it. 13:49 - HOW DO YOU CHOOSE THE ITINERARY? You can't make an itinerary until you know where you are going, right? Well, the challenge for me is that I need to know the exact place we are staying to figure out where our itinerary will go. My next step then is to start researching vacation rentals. I look for rentals in our destination area that hold between 8-12 people (sometimes more). I want it to look nice, comfortable and easily accessible. In fact, I want the majority of the cool stuff that we will explore to be within 30 minutes of where we are staying. Once I know the exact location, I can plan the itinerary. 14:23 - WHAT DOES A TYPICAL ITINERARY LOOK LIKE? The first day of the trip involves driving to our destination. We need at least one interesting place to stop along the way. Maybe two if you include lunch. When we arrive, we need groceries. I confess, there's something extra fun about going to a grocery store in Europe. Some of our Invaders join me for a shopping experience as we load up on breakfast and a couple dinners. I make dinner the first night, typically my secret pasta recipe. That evening is usually concluded with a little music by me. The second day is usually a good day to stay local. So we explore one or two of the cool things nearby. We try to spend time out of the car, walking around. It's good to stretch our legs after traveling. On either the second or the third day, I like to bring in a tour guide, if possible. My trips are not geared around "tours", but local guides are great for adding a little bit of history, culture, and legends to the experience. Guides are also good at giving us a local perspective of things we should check out that are not necessarily on our itinerary. In Brittany, we found some cool cairns that were not on our original itinerary. In Cornwall, we got an overview of Tintagel and found some standing stones I would've never found. In Wales, Gwilym Morus shared the incredible legends of Merlin and introduced us to an eco-resort, hidden in the mountains. In Donegal, we found some great restaurants and a former passage tomb. Around day three, we're ready for a different travel experience. That's when I try to get us out on the water or on a train. Something to shake up the feel of the trip. Day four is the midweek break. Again we stay local. Some choose to relax in our cottage. Others explore something new that's local. Day five usually takes us on a long adventure. We'll get in the van and drive further to see something outside of our main region. This gives us a nice look at other regions nearby. It also adds to the fun adventure. Day six is intentionally left open. We usually find something cool by this time that we might not have realized before the trip began. Or perhaps a guide or a local we met had a recommendation. That's when we take the advice of others to explore something different The final day is usually spent fairly local. It's time for last minute exploration of our area. Sometimes we pack up and make our way back  towards the airport. One or two bonus destinations end up on the final day. 17:17 - WHAT MAKES A CELTIC INVASION VACATION DIFFERENT FROM OTHER TOURS? I like to stress that Celtic Invasion Vacations are not tours. They are vacations. I want my Invaders to feel relaxed and happy by the end of the trip. Not exhausted, like I was on my first two trips to Ireland. You should be energized and excited for the next Celtic Invasion experience. 17:36 - HOW MANY PEOPLE JOIN THE INVASION? The number can vary. But I usually aim for between 8-12 invaders. Too many people and I start having trouble finding restaurants to eat at. 17:55 - WHAT PERSONAL PAPERS ARE NEEDED FOR TRAVELING ON A CELTIC INVASION VACATION? You DO need a passport. It's usually good to get your passport at least 90 days out. I would suggest applying for one a minimum of six months before you depart. But there are some expedited services that can get them sooner. Just plan ahead. You do NOT need a visa. You don't need an international drivers license either. In fact, your regular driver's license is fine if you plan to drive in Europe with any car company. Make sure you bring that at the very least. But of course, driving on the Invasion is usually done by me. Since the pandemic, you will need a vaccination card. Invasions are like family vacations. We want to take care of our fellow invaders. So your COVID vaccination card is essential for my trip and a lot of European travel. 18:45 - HOW MUCH DO CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS COST? That varies year to year. It starts at about $2800 for the land part of the trip, for each person on the trip. It does not cover the cost of air travel. You handle your own airline tickets. Your fee covers your housing for a full week. That's for a shared room, either a double if you're a couple or two singles. Depending on our housing, it may cost extra to get a single room to yourself. Your fee covers a breakfast every day and dinner at least five times. Often I cover more than that. Sometimes it works well to make lunches if we're not planning to be near restaurants. So I happily pay for lunch supplies if we need them. But in general, you are responsible for your own lunch. You can have what you like for breakfast each morning. Some days we have a full breakfast with eggs, bacon, yogurt, fruit, cheese, or whatever you want. Grocery shopping usually happens on the first day. So whatever you need, we can probably find it. Other days, if we want to get going early, then we will have a Continental Breakfast with just breads, cheese, yogurt or fruit. And yes, there's coffee. Every morning. And tea too. I need my coffee! I cook dinner at least 2 days during the week. We have my world famous secret pasta meal. And then there's the Celtic Invasion specialty... Prince Charlie... Secret. It's a recipe we picked up years ago and is now a tradition on the Invasions. There may be more than two meals. But of course, we like to eat out too. The toughest thing about dining on the Celtic Invasions is finding a place to eat. If the group is under nine people. That's usually not too difficult. But if we have more than that, it can be a challenge. I plan ahead for that. Because who doesn't like to eat out in Europe!?!?! I consider that a big part of the experience. 20:38 - IS THERE MUSIC? At least twice a week, we spend the evening relaxing at our cottage with dinner... and music. I am, of course, host of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. But I'm also a musician. I play Celtic music with a sci fi drinking song twist. I call it Sci F'Irish music. You can hear my music through my website at celtfather.net. I plan to play for at least an hour. But a lot of it depends on you and how excited you are to hear some music. If we're really lucky, you might bring an instrument too. Then we can have an Irish session with songs and tunes afterward. And if we're really fortunate, I will find a musician or bring in a musician to come play for us. That's frequently difficult to pull off.  But when it happens. It's absolutely amazing! 21:27 - WHEN DOES OUR DAY BEGIN AND END? Breakfast is usually around 7:30 or 8 AM with a departure time of 8:30-9 AM. We don't usually do too much in the evening. Since Irish sessions usually don't begin until 9 PM, it's not something we usually attend outside of our cottage. But if it's something you want to do, we might be able to make it happen. 22:29 - HOW OLD IS TOO OLD? HOW YOUNG IS TOO YOUNG? I have had people ages 18 on into their 70s on my Celtic Invasion Vacations. I'd say the vast majority are in their 40s, 50s and 60s. But I don't really think much about it because I adjust each trip to who's on it. In 2019, the younger group hiked up Skellig Michael while the less physically able landed on the Greater Blaskett Island by boat. The physically active walk, hike and run ahead if they so desire. Those who aren't, take it at their own speed. The Isle of Skye was one of the few places we went where it was better to be physically active. There's a lot of hiking on that island. But ye know, I don't think anyone's vacation fun was hindered by their physical activity. As for younger folks, I typically don't prefer to have young kids on the trip. I know the challenges associated with that. But I'm willing to consider it as long as the you feel the kids are up to getting up and going. One lady asked about a teenager. I think I might be open to a teenager who is a bit more independent but still willing to follow the rules. 23:48 - HOW DO WE TRAVEL? Typically we travel in a van. These are usually large nine-seaters with lots of luggage space. Sometimes we will add a second van or a car to carry extra Invaders. Speaking of luggage, we do have limited space. I find one suitcase per person is plenty, plus a carry on. You typically don't need more. There's usually laundry facilities too. So you can always wash something extra. There's a whole bunch of videos on YouTube where you can learn how to travel light. If you truly need an extra suitcase, that's fine. But your experience is so much better when you travel light. 24:32 - HOW DO YOU SIGN UP? The first step is for me to open up the Invasion to the public. You see, former Invaders get first dibs. Once it's public, here's what you do. First, email an application form to me. Second, send me a check for your deposit. That reserves your spot on the Invasion within 2 weeks of emailing your application form. Finally, just send me your final payment before the deadline and you're golden. Speaking of your final payment, you are welcome to break it up into multiple payments if you don't want to or can't pay all at once. I'm happy to work with you to make the trip happen. 25:05 - HOW DO I CANCEL IF I NEED TO? First off, there is a $400 non-refundable deposit. Though there is a caveat for the "non-refundable" part. If I change the dates, you can get a refund. If you can find someone to take your spot, or someone willing takes your spot, then you can get a refund. However, if you are sick and turned away by an airline or country, I can't offer a refund. Typically, 30-60 days before the trip, once I start paying for things, like our housing, vans, tour guides, whatever, I can no longer offer a refund. That usually starts about the time of the Celtic Invasion deadline. I'm not a corporation though. So there may be flexibility. My goal here is to have people "sign up" and then not drop a month later as happened on my very first Celtic Invasion. If you wanna go, make a commitment with a non-refundable deposit. 25:54 - CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS – CLOSING REMARKS All in all, Celtic Invasion Vacations are about happily experiencing the fun culture, history, and legends of one small but magical location. I hope you'll consider joining me on the next Celtic Invasion Vacation. Sign up at CelticInvasion.com so you don't miss out on this incredible adventure! And if you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask. 26:20 - STAR OF COUNTY DOWN PLACEHOLDER Let's finish up with a recording of “Star of the County Down”. This was released on show #255 ConJuration: From Ren Fest to Sci Fi Conventions. You can download this song as an MP3 when you join my Gunn Runners on Patreon. 26:45 - “Star of the County Down” by Marc Gunn also from How America Saved Irish Music 30:24 - CLOSING What are you doing while listening to Pub Stories? I'd love your thoughts and feedback. So take a picture of yourself or where you are or what one of these stories reminds you of. Post it on social media. Use the hashtag #pubstories so I can find it and share your story. Thanks for listening to Pub Songs & Stories. The show was produced by Marc Gunn, edited by Mitchell Petersen with graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. You can subscribe and listen to the regular show wherever you find podcasts. You can also subscribe to my mailing list. You will get regular updates of new music, podcasts, special offers, and you'll enjoy more stories behind several of my most-popular songs. And of course, please tell one friend about this podcast. Word of mouth is the absolute best way to support any creative endeavor. Have fun and sing along at www.pubsong.com! #pubstories #countymayo #thegothardsisters

La Llamada De La Luna (LLDLL)
129 (LLDLL) Dramatización. UAPs. El Secreto. De Manuel Carballal

La Llamada De La Luna (LLDLL)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 133:31


Temp V La biblioteca abre de nuevo sus puertas, para mostraros un programa, para mí, de los más completos realizados por LLDLL hasta el momento. Dramatizaciones, investigación, entrevistas, archivos sonoros… Especial por el invitado de hoy y por todo lo que vais a oír. Creas o no, en el fenómeno OVNI… en organizaciones, conspiraciones y personajes con una identidad más que dudosa, será un programa que no te dejará indiferente. El martes 17 de mayo de 2022 el Capitolio de los Estados Unidos debatió, por primera vez en 50 años, mostrando videos… qué era lo que volaba junto a sus aviones de defensa. Hablaremos de esto… y un libro. UAPs: El Secreto. Su autor, el invitado de hoy, no es otro que Manuel Carballal. Investigador, Teólogo, escritor y criminólogo. Colaborador en prensa, de la revista Karma-7, Interviú, Tribuna, Tiempo de Hoy, Año Cero, Más allá de la Ciencia, Enigmas, El Correo Gallego, El Mundo y la Voz de Galicia. Realiza la revista el Blog el OJO CRÍTICO y Fraudes Paranormales. En Radio, se le ha podio y puede escuchar en programas como Enigmas en Radio Cadena Española, Espacio en Blanco de Miguel Blanco, Dimensión Cero en Onda Cero, en Radio Voz, junto a Bruno Cardeñosa, también realizó Mundo misterioso en Radio Voz. Ha colaborado en La sombra del espejo, y actualmente sigue en La Rosa de los Vientos, y en el podcast El Centinela del Misterio dirigido por Carlos Bustos. El bagaje como podéis leer, no es minio. En este programa hablaremos de personas con las que ha trabajado o compartido momentos, como Javier Sierra, Enrique de Vicente, Josep Guijarro, Antonio Ribera, Andreas Faber Kaiser, El Dr. Fernando Jiménez del Oso, Sinesio Darnell o el militar Daniel Varcarcel. Charlaremos de algunos de sus títulos y todo lo que envuelve el mundo editorial. Algunos títulos fueron OVNIs: Testigos de Élite, La ciencia frente al misterio, Los peligros del esoterismo, OVNIs: El Secreto. Historia de la aeronáutica no convencional… Nos adelanta algo su próximo libro, El Gallego Sabio. Óscar Rey Brea. En este programa, tocaremos algunos temas, variopintos, en ocasiones, como la CIA, la Ufología, los Fraudes, algún “abducido”. Nos narrará en primera persona, la experiencia que tuvo en las montañas de Montserrat junto a Javier Sierra y Luis José Grifol. Hablaremos de sus Cuadernos de Campo y de la colección EYES ONLY. DONDE CONSEGUIR SUS LIBROS: Secretshop.website elojocritico.info Todocolección.net, Amazon eBay PUEDES VER LOS VIDEOS DE LLDL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEOtdbbriLqUfBtjs_wtEHw Suscríbete al Canal Youtube y a Ivoox. SI TE HA GUSTADO EL PODCAST Y QUIERES QUE SIGA OFRECIENDO PROGRAMAS ayuda colaborando, haciéndote MECENAS. GRATITUD ESPECIAL: Como es obvio, a MANUEL CARBALLAL, por su amabilidad y sencillez, incluso cuando le robamos más tiempo del “pactado”. Un millón de Gracias Manuel, a quien sin conocer, casi siento ya como amigo. A LOLA VELASCO por su trabajo, por su implicación en este programa y por realizar los Videos del canal de Youtube. Un beso y nos vemos en otra. ANA DE LA VEGA por colaborar con las Redes Sociales. FRANK SUZ, quien cierra el programa con la canción Mambo Voodoo. Además, entre medias, suena también con el tema que compuso a EOC. AGRADECIMIENTOS POR SU DIFUSIÓN: A Edenex La Radio del Misterio, de Alberto Guzmán, Mundo Insólito Radio, vive el Misterio de Juan Carlos Baruque. Jesús López Mingo, de La Cueva de los Duendes. COLABORA CON LLDLL: Si te gusta el podcast, puedes contarme lo que desees. Tus historias, sugerencias o temas que quieras escuchar dramatizados con la voz, de un servidor. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

El ojo crítico
El ojo crítico - Lorenzo Silva y 'La llama de Focea'

El ojo crítico

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 4:54


Ana Zurita nos cuenta cómo fue su paseo por Ourense con Lorenzo Silva, que ha ambientado en Galicia la nueva entrega de la saga de Bevilacqua y Chamorro, 'La llama de Focea'. Escuchar audio

El ojo crítico
El ojo crítico - Izaskun Chinchilla y Lucía C. Pérez-Moreno

El ojo crítico

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 53:08


El primer lunes de octubre se celebra el Día de la Arquitectura. Hemos querido adelantarnos a la efeméride con dos arquitectas, Lucía C. Pérez-Moreno e Izaskun Chinchilla, que llevan décadas reclamando y construyendo una ciudad inclusiva. Con Jesús Marchamalo, paseamos junto a uno de esos escritores que siempre parece candidato al Nobel, el rumano Mircea Cărtărescu; también junto a su editor en España, Enrique Redel, de Impedimenta. Ana Zurita nos cuenta cómo fue su paseo por Ourense con Lorenzo Silva, que ha ambientado en Galicia la nueva entrega de la saga de Bevilacqua y Chamorro, 'La llama de Focea'. Y en la sesión de cada viernes de Leyre Guerrero, jazz y hip hop. Escuchar audio

Misterios
CSB 14x03: Buscando tecnología alienígena · Viera y Clavijo, la Inquisición y el Cosmos · El OVNI más colosal

Misterios

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 119:57


Este viernes 23, además de recibir al otoño, vamos a compartir una fabulosa aventura radiofónica en CANARIAS RADIO, con una nueva edición de CRÓNICAS DE SAN BORONDÓN. Nos visita esta noche, a partir de las 22:00 H., la joven astrónoma y director del singular Proyecto VASCO, Beatriz Villarroel, para explicarnos el tipo de investigación que tiene en marcha con la que intenta localizar evidencias de tecnología extraterrestre. Pasará por CSB el comandante de aviación Juan Sánchez, para compartir con nuestros oyentes la espectacular experiencia OVNI que vivió en marzo de 1997, un encuentro sobrecogedor con un objeto colosal en las costas de Galicia. Completaremos nuestro tiempo de radio con una nueva entrega de nuestra sección de ciencia y tecnología Crónicas de Prometeo con Miguel Ángel Cabral, así como con una aproximación al misterio y leyenda más representativo de Canarias, La Isla de San Borondón. Finalmente, y de la mano de Juan Carlos Saavedra, ahondaremos en una faceta poco conocida del historiador José de Viera y Clavijo, sus dimes y diretes con la Inquisición y la fascinación que sintió por la astronomía.

Hora 25
Hora 25 de 22 a 23:30 | Más frentes en la batalla fiscal

Hora 25

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 78:52


Ximo Puig anuncia una rebaja de impuestos a rentas menores a 60.000 euros al año, también lo hace Galicia. El Gobierno trata de engrasar el IMV para que la gente también trabaje cuando cobra esta ayuda y Feijóo se pronuncia después de dos días sobre la victoria de Meloni en Italia. Escucha la mesa del análisis de Hora 25 con Daniel Fuentes, Fernando Garea y Esther Palomera.

Hoy por Hoy
Mitos 2.0 desmontando la vida | La mimetización de acentos y gestos o ser y sentirnos de donde vamos

Hoy por Hoy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 27:42


¿Es un mito o realidad que cuando viajamos a algunos países o regiones terminamos imitando acentos y gestos de los nativos del lugar?  Vamos a Galicia y hacemos que todas las palabras terminen en "iño" o "iña".  En Andalucía le decimos a todos "quillo" aunque sea un término de gaditano y estemos en Jaén. Cuando nos cruzamos a un argentino siempre soltamos un "¡Qué bueno que viniste, che!". Y así todo. Hoy desmontamos o no este mito 2.0 con el periodista gallego Rafa Cabeleira, el guionista argentino Roberto Villar , la intérprete italiano Sabrina Zonta, el madrileño Sergio Castro, el andaluz Pepe Rubio, el multiacento Brian Pérez y la catalana Àngels Barceló

Por fin no es lunes
Jaime Cantizano: "Hacemos 'Por fin no es lunes' con el espíritu del fin de semana y a paso de peregrino desde el parador de Santo Estevo de Ribas de Sil"

Por fin no es lunes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 2:30


Jaime Cantizano comienza el sábado en directo desde el 'Camino de Invierno' invitando a los oyentes a  visitar Galicia en otra época del año y descubrir el encanto que tienen los parajes de este camino tan peculiar. 

En Casa de Herrero
Editorial Naiara Fernández: Galicia se suma a la batalla fiscal y bonificará el 50% en el impuesto de patrimonio

En Casa de Herrero

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 30:09


Naiara Fernández la decisión del gobierno gallego.

Spanish Podcast
News in Slow Spanish - #706 - Easy Spanish Conversation about Current Events

Spanish Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 8:56 Very Popular


Comenzaremos el programa con el discurso que dirigió a la nación el presidente de Rusia, Vladímir Putin, el miércoles, para anunciar su plan de movilización parcial del Ejército del país, para “defender la soberanía rusa”. A continuación, comentaremos el comienzo de una nueva era en Gran Bretaña, con un nuevo rey, Carlos III, y un nuevo himno: Dios salve al rey. Después, en la sección de ciencia del programa, os informaremos de cómo las conversaciones de consenso alinean los patrones cerebrales, según un estudio reciente de la Universidad Cornell. Y, finalmente, comentaremos el legado de moda de la difunta reina Isabel II. En la segunda parte del programa, “Trending in Spain”, hablaremos de billetes, pero de dos tipos distintos. En la primera noticia, discutiremos la venta de billetes de tren a perros “grandes”; un plan piloto iniciado recientemente por RENFE. En la segunda noticia, comentaremos el hallazgo de muchos billetes escondidos en una vieja casa de un pueblo de Galicia. Eran pesetas, la antigua moneda española. Putin declara la movilización parcial de Rusia Gran Bretaña tiene un nuevo himno nacional: Dios salve al rey Las conversaciones de consenso alinean los patrones cerebrales El legado de moda de la reina Isabel II Viajar con mascotas en el tren Hallazgo inesperado