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Genus of hominins that includes humans and their closest extinct relatives

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No BS Spiritual Book Club Meets... The 10 Best Spiritual Books
Paul Anthony Wallis' 10 Best Spiritual Books

No BS Spiritual Book Club Meets... The 10 Best Spiritual Books

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 81:13


What are the world's governments, churches, and militaries been keeping from us about our origins as a species and our true potential? With NASA announcing its creation of a multi-religion advisory group to consult on how peoples of different faiths might respond to the disclosure of ET knowledge, I think we can all safely say that ET's are not only real, but they've likely been present on this planet longer than Homo sapiens. One person who heartily concurs is Paul Anthony Wallis. If you've seen my 3-part series of interviews with Paul on my OMTimesRadio What is Going Om show (for FREE), you'll know that his credentials as a former Archdeacon of the Anglican Church in Australia, scholar, and teacher of Hermeneutics (the interpretation of ancient texts, including the Bible) are impeccable. As a senior Churchman who served as a church doctor, a theological educator, an Archdeacon in the Anglican Church in Australia, and the author of numerous titles on Christian mysticism and spirituality, Paul Wallis is no lightweight. Rest assured, the conversation on this week's Face to Face With… episode will explore some very lively and revolutionary avenues beyond his 10 best spiritual books list. Don't miss it! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sandie-sedgbeer/support

Out on the Lanai: A Golden Girls Podcast
Golden Topics: Dating Someone Who Has a "Thing," Like Being a Clown Lawyer (with Matt Baume)

Out on the Lanai: A Golden Girls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 47:44


H. Alan and Kerri are joined by writer/podcaster/Youtuber Matt Baume (Culture Cruise), where they discuss dating people who had a "thing," like driving a loud monster truck or making them travel far for Dunkin donuts. They also chat about Rose's dilemma when she dated snappy dresser Dr. Jonathan Newman! Listen on WhoHaha or wherever you get your podcasts, and for more Golden Girls greatness follow Out on the Lanai on Instagram (@outonthelanaiofficial), Twitter (@goldengirlspod), and Facebook (goldengirlspodcast). Stay Golden!And you can (and should!) pre-order Matt's new book, "Hi Honey, I'm Homo!" https://www.mattbaume.com/hi-honey-im-homoSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Ancients
The World's Earliest Cave Art

The Ancients

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 34:01


200,000 years ago in what is now Tibet, two children left a set of hand and foot prints on a travertine boulder, still identifiable today and is thought to be the earliest example of cave art.In today's episode, Tristan Hughes is joined by Dr Sally Reynolds from the University of Bournemouth, who describes the evidence that suggests this was a deliberate act of creativity, highlighting the human urge to make art goes back millennia.We also learn that these feet and hands likely belong to Denisovans, predating Homo sapiens in Europe and Asia. It's a fascinating discussion around not just art, but also the earliest evidence of humans living high altitude anywhere in the world, and a glimpse into what human behaviour would have been like to allow for children to be this creative nearly a quarter of a million years ago.For more Ancients content, subscribe to our Ancients newsletter here.If you'd like to learn even more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - enter promo code ANCIENTS for a free trial, plus 50% off your first three months' subscription.To download, go to Android > or Apple store > Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Camilo
Fue el amor y no la guerra: nueva hipótesis sobre la extinción de los neandertales

Camilo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 33:07


"Hacer el amor y no la guerra" pudo haber contribuido a la extinción de los neandertales, según una nueva hipótesis científica. Los expertos sugieren que el Homo sapiens pudo haber sido responsable de la desaparición de los neandertales a través del mestizaje con ellos. Para conocer sobre cómo CNN protege la privacidad de su audiencia, visite CNN.com/privacidad

The Sewers of Paris
Beware of the World (Ep 407 - Josh/My Best Friend's Wedding)

The Sewers of Paris

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 44:00


My guest this week is Josh Weed, who ten years ago became a minor online celebrity after writing a blog post about how he was gay, Mormon, and happily married to a woman. Well, things have changed a bit since then. In 2018, Josh and his now ex-wife decided that it just wasn't working, and they parted ways to pursue new relationships. Since then, they've both re-married, and remain close friends. And Josh has had some space to reflect on the cultural forces that gave them a distorted view of human sexuality … and those that helped them break free, including a handful of unexpected films.We'll have that conversation in a minute. First, a reminder that I've got a book coming out next year about queer sitcoms! It's called Hi Honey, I'm Homo, and pre-orders are open — head over to gaysitcoms.com to get all the details.Also, big thanks to everyone who supports The Sewers of Paris on Patreon! Patrons get hours of exclusive bonus videos about pop culture history, stickers and stuff in the mail, and names in the credits of YouTube videos.

Our Prehistory
11. Neanderthal Extinction [Preview]

Our Prehistory

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 4:36


Our most detailed insight into a prehistoric encounter and coexistence of two intelligent hominin species comes from the 8,000 year period before the eradication of the Neanderthals, when Homo sapiens migrated into Europe.Support the show

Barbarian Noetics with Conan Tanner
One Million Years of Studying Fire

Barbarian Noetics with Conan Tanner

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 119:56


What's up to my fetching free-tailed bats and bloodthirsty bobtails! Welcome back to the BNP and thank you for joining! It's a special Samhain/Halloween weekend Rager Raven edition of the pod. I had a wild and crazy couple days and have thus had limited time and *slightly* altered bandwidth with which to make the pod, however I did manage to compose a couple extra zany audio tidbits! Topics this week include a post-rave soliloquy recounting some of the realizations, epiphanies and spooky boundless mysteries which were conjured up while sitting around a fire all night with some fellow lovely like-minded  humans.  New evidence from S. Africa suggests that archaic human beings  from the time of Homo erectus and Neanderthals have been sitting around fires together for at least 1 Million years. That is 500 circuits of 2000 years. Difficult to fathom that span of moons, but there's a reason your body's cells get activated by building and watching fire, especially alongside other hominids. Also included in this episode is a recent Yak Fest with fan favorite the inimitable Dr. Sylvie Salinger, where she shows me the tail end of a truly barfy clip of Stephen Colbert suckling Tony Fauci's wrinkled and befouled teats, and I react with visceral disgust and dismay. Sylvie then shows me a recent clip of Glenn Greenwald committing the mortal sin of going on Tucker to talk to half the country about American imperialism and the threat of nuclear war, and finally we have a nice tidy rant and rave about mass formation in the time of Covid and the sad state of the establishment narrative.  Won't you please support the show? Sign up for as little as $1/month at www.patreon.com/noetics and help keep me on the air. Receive a Dream Interpretation and unlock bonus content when you sign up at any tier! You can also make a small, one-time donation at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/noeticsCheck out Barbarian Yak Fest w/ Dr. Sylvie on Rokfin! Follow the BNP on IG @barbarian_noeticsSpread the word and tell a friend! Rate, review and subscribe, thank you!Until next week,Be excellent to one anotherand compassionate towards yourself.One Love,little raven kawww!!TRACKLIST FOR THIS EPISODE Bizarri Music - 70's Cop Show MusicAlex Ball - 70's Cop Show MusicAlma Libre Music - 70's Cop Show IntroDykotomi - Corvid CrunkChill Lab - Stroll By River (Lo Fi Mix)TimeCop1983 - On The RunCarol Hughes - Let's Get Together AgainCarroll Jones & The Soul Reflections - I Need You So BadChill Lab - Rainy Day (Lo Fi Mix)Yaima - RebirthBlack Uhuru - Wood For My FireKenny Loggins - Danger ZoneDreamy - Rain and Sadness (Lo Fi Mix)Nitty Scott - Mango Nectar (Original Edit- Slowed)LINKS:One Million Years Around the FireYoung Lords by Johanna Fernandez: https://uncpress.org/book/9781469653440/the-young-lords/Support the show

Property and Freedom Podcast
PFP203 | Rahim Taghizadegan, Homo Austriacus (PFS 2019)

Property and Freedom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022


Property and Freedom Podcast, Episode 203. This talk is from the 2019 Annual Meeting of the Property and Freedom Society. Rahim Taghizadegan (Austria), Homo Austriacus. PFS 2019 Playlist.

This Anthro Life
How Humans Learned to See the Future with Byron Reese

This Anthro Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 54:31


What makes the human mind unique? How do we know there's a future, and how do we recall the past? In this episode of This Anthro Life, Byron Reese, serial entrepreneur, technologist, and author of “Stories, Dice, and Rocks That Think: How Humans Learned to See the Future--and Shape It,” discusses these questions and more with host Adam Gamwell. Together, Byron and Adam explore the three leaps in human history that made us what we are today and how those leaps changed how we think about the future, the past, and everything in between.Show Highlights:[03:16] The inception of “Stories, Dice, and Rocks That Think: How Humans Learned to See the Future--and Shape It”[05:23] Homo erectus and the Acheulean hand axe[06:38] How the Acheulean hand axe is a genetic object, not a cultural one[08:27] The awakening that ancient humans had undergone[09:27] Language as a means to conceptualize the future and gain knowledge of the past[13:02] The four things that all languages have[16:01] How humans' group action became more than just the sum of its parts[18:57] A superorganism named Agora as a metaphor for how people working together can get more done[24:06] How the probability theory helps us understand how we imagine the future[24:37] The probability problem[28:01] How there is predictability in randomness[34:33] The human body as a superorganism[36:30] The problem with data in artificial intelligence[41:48] Galton's regression to the mean and eugenics as a cautionary tale[44:59] Eternal vigilance as the price of current and future technological advancements[47:04] Why humans are not machines[50:05] The 21st purpose of telling stories, according to Byron[52:32] Closing statements

Escuchando Documentales
Ancient Aliens (T17): 5- El Experimento Humano #documental #leyendas #ovnis #podcast

Escuchando Documentales

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 39:27


Los científicos han descubierto que siete especies humanoides convivieron con el Homo sapiens durante miles de años. Pero ¿por qué solo sobrevivió el ser humano? ¿Es posible que seamos el fruto de la experimentación extraterrestre? Los partidarios de la teoría de los antiguos astronautas Giorgio A. Tsoukalos, David Childress y William Henry se unen al rabino Ariel bar Tzadok y a la cineasta Caroline Cory para investigar el misterio del genoma humano en un intento por determinar si el hombre es el producto de un experimento alienígena. ¿La prueba irrefutable de que no estamos solos en el universo podría estar oculta en nuestro propio código genético?

System of Systems
Mostly Gut and Nut (W/ Kevin Tobin)

System of Systems

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 109:45


Friend, artist, and the lone homosexual attendee of Adam's bachelor party Kevin Tobin joins SOS by SP. We discuss his current solo show at Lubov Gallery, his unique marital situation, art world lore, and the absolute worst in contemporary painting. SOUNDTRACK: Die Kombination "Leibenbluster" Normil Hawaiians "Martin" Ectomorph "In Dreams" Eric's Trip "Eyes Shut" OUTRO Kevin Tobin and Jesse Siminski "Abigil IsIsn't Real" LINKS: Kevin Tobin at Lubov Kevin Tobin interview at Safety Propaganda

Awakin Call
Nikos Patedakis -- Dangerous Wisdom: Unveiling our Collective Insanity with an Awakened Heart

Awakin Call

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022


“Wisdom is dangerous. Love and beauty are too. Our culture has kept us away from them, and must do so to perpetuate the insanity we see all around us.” Mankind has lost its way, which is why we now have plastic in our blood, lead in our bones, iron and mercury in our brains, says Nikos Patedakis, a philosopher on a mission to nudge us back onto the path of wisdom, where all of human endeavor is of service to life. The problem is that much human activity today serves narrow interests and agendas, not the common good. And while many of us pin our hopes on technology to solve the world’s problems, which we have largely caused, Nikos insists that “the solution to our problems is not a technological one, because … it’s a spiritual [issue].” To grow spiritually, we need to open ourselves up to learning, and Nikos embodies the drive to achieve such growth through meaningful experiences, an eco-literate mindset, and consistent practice. Wisdom is a practice, as is love, and both are forms of each other, and manifestations of true understanding. But today, he laments, we tend to seek knowledge, not wisdom. Yet by acquiring, clinging to, and then teaching such fragments of knowledge, “we marginalise and distance ourselves from the very thing we are ultimately chasing: wisdom, meaning, purpose, and learning that will reconnect us to the sacred.” Fragmented knowledge is dangerous. According to Nikos, it’s like “we’re running around with a torch and think we have the sun in our hand.” Nikos himself has practiced many things, having worked as a professional dance teacher and blackjack player, a negotiation trainer, a consultant for Fortune 500 companies, and an Alexander Technique teacher. Having pioneered wisdom-based learning at San Francisco State University and University of California, Santa Cruz, he left academia to become a consulting philosopher, educator, and Co-Director of the Haumea Ecoliteracy Programme. He also has a podcast called Dangerous Wisdom, the name inspired by Buddha’s advice to handle his teachings with the same care as a venomous snake. Today, Nikos works as a consulting philosopher rooted in the ancient Greek orientation – as well as a friendly, neighborhood soul doctor, mentor, permaculture designer, and artist – applying the most powerful, holistic teachings of the wisdom traditions that influenced people like Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. Quoting Epicurus, he says “Vain is the word of the philosopher that heals no suffering.” And so drawing from the arts and sciences, he helps professionals from all walks of life learn to think the way nature works and reconnect with the philosophical traditions of the world. Humility is a good starting point, knowing what you don’t know. In his experience, top performers are so committed, so hungry, they always want to learn more, from any source, and their willingness to learn makes them humble. Nikos, too, is humble, being a serious “student of horses,” which have a culture of the wild. In their sacred presence, horses defy conquest consciousness so profoundly that even those who love horses get a little nervous because horses present an existential--and potentially humiliating--threat to the dominant culture and the human ego. Nikos sees horses as “part of the magic and mystery of the world,” incarnating dangerous wisdom, which makes them great teachers. To experience the magic of the horse, we need to heal and re-indigenize, renouncing what doesn’t work and learning to live a culture rooted in wisdom, love, and beauty, in a manner attuned to ecological and spiritual realities. Nikos argues that Homo sapiens, a being originally rooted in wisdom, love, and beauty, has morphed into a destructive homo economicus, imposing a “conquest culture” intent on taming, shaping, and ultimately degrading our planet, creating “value” for ourselves at the expense of all other beings and our own interconnectedness with the cosmos. “This culture makes us into takers and the planet pays for our ignorance,” says Nikos. “The world can absorb a certain amount of ignorance. But things are now out of hand, so we need to think in a new way. We have become used to thinking in a certain way, but that way is out of sync with nature.” Drive by agendas, such as development, growth, and innovation, we practice “spiritual materialism,” disconnecting us from reality and distorting it through a narrow view of conquest consciousness. In this epoch of “endarkenment,” business and political “leaders” even insist that our need for a thriving, just world is not “realistic,” even though we—and they—all know that our well-being depends on ecological health, that we are mutually interdependent, that our true culture is about belonging and interconnectedness to a greater whole, and that we will succeed most profoundly by cooperating and collaborating, re-attuned to our wisdom and “re-indigenized.” Philosophy helps us paint an accurate picture of the cosmos and give us an awareness of our place in it. Education in the dominant conquest culture “protects” people from philosophy and art. As Nikos wryly comments: “It takes a dysfunctional education to have a dysfunctional culture. Otherwise, people wouldn’t put up with it.” We need to see the world with fresh eyes and an awakened heart. For Nikos, art and philosophy both foster this, offering insight and inspiration for the benefit of all citizens and the broader community of life. Join us in conversation with this philosopher and purveyor of “dangerous wisdom.”

Harm og Hegseth
#364 Forvokst stygg homo

Harm og Hegseth

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 49:12


Morten og Vegard (som forøvrig er 9 meter lange) har vært i Hammerfest og tilbake på ÉN DAG (?!) og sittet trangt på mini-fly med barn på exit-plassen. I tillegg har Sommerro hatt hotellåpning! Morten fikk med seg Vegard etter mye pust og pes, og Morten skulle legge seg i cocktailglass mens Vegard latet som om han elsket Karpe. Dagbladet brukte et bilde av dem på «breaking», og viste dem fra sin beste side (

The Sewers of Paris
The Actual Mayor of Emeryville (Ep 406 - 90s Alt-Rock/Mayor John Bauters)

The Sewers of Paris

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 51:35


This week I'm talking to Mayor John Bauters — yes that's right the actual mayor of Emeryville, which are the words on the sash that was made for him by Pixar studios, just one of the constituencies in his East Bay town. John never planned to become an elected official, and he doesn't care if people vote him out. Which is maybe what makes him such an unusual leader. We'll have that conversation in a minute. First, a reminder that I've got a book coming out next year about queer sitcoms! It's called Hi Honey, I'm Homo, and pre-orders are open — head over to gaysitcoms.com to get all the details.Also, big thanks to everyone who supports The Sewers of Paris on Patreon! Patrons get hours of exclusive bonus videos about pop culture history, stickers and stuff in the mail, and shoutouts in YouTube videos.

Our Prehistory
10. Out of Africa Part 3

Our Prehistory

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 49:48


One branch of Homo sapiens expanding out of Africa migrated through southern Asia and adapted to tropical environments. Bows and arrows, microlithic tools, and seafaring were some of their technological innovations.Support the show

Bright Side
New Species Related to Us Discovered in the Philippines

Bright Side

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 12:52


If you head to Luzon Island in the Philippines, you'll find Callao Cave hidden in the jungle. "What's so special about an old cave?" you may ask. Well, this is exactly where archeologists discovered a previously unknown ancient species related to us humans!   This human-like species was dubbed Homo luzonensis in honor of the island it was discovered on. Adults were probably quite short, about 4 feet (1.2 m) tall. The scientists assumed that this species led a mixed lifestyle, what with their ability to both climb trees and walk on two legs. However, the finding seems to raise more questions than it answers... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sausage of Science
SoS 172: Zach Cofran and Homo Naledi - Ilium? I hardly knew him!

Sausage of Science

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 29:01


Cara cannibalizes pickles before she and Chris interview Dr. Zachary Cofran, an assistant professor of Anthropology at Vassar College who is affiliated with the Center for the Exploration of the Deep Human Journey at the University of Witwatersrand. Dr. Cofran received his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in 2012 (GO BLUE!). Zachary studies human evolution, growth, and development and has been heavily involved in the Rising Star cave system in South Africa. Zachary has a new paper out in the American Journal of Biological Anthropology called "The immature Homo naledi ilium from the Lesedi Chamber, Rising Star Cave, South Africa" Find it here: https://doi.org/10.1002/ajpa.24522 ------------------------------ Zach's e-mail: zcofran@vassar.edu Website: https://lawnchairanthropology.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ZCofran -------------------- Contact the Sausage of Science Podcast and Human Biology Association: Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/humanbiologyassociation Website:humbio.org/, Twitter: @HumBioAssoc Cara Ocobock, Website: sites.nd.edu/cara-ocobock/, Email:cocobock@nd.edu, Twitter:@CaraOcobock Chris Lynn, HBA Public Relations Committee Chair, Website: cdlynn.people.ua.edu/, Email: cdlynn@ua.edu, Twitter:@Chris_Ly Cristina Gildee, HBA Junior Fellow, SoS producer: E-mail: cgildee@uw.edu

Earth Ancients
Mario Buildreps: 100,000 Years of Man Unknown History

Earth Ancients

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 135:44


The author, with a pen-name of Mario Buildreps. I am a successful former businessperson and a graduate engineer. Engineers are specifically good at finding solutions for complex problems. Also, and that is maybe even more important, engineers are not handicapped with all sorts of limited ideas and paradigms that archaeologists and geologists are hindered with.My engineering and mathematical skills were essential for my discoveries regarding our ancient history. I discovered that the orientation of foundations of ancient structures around the world follow a pattern, an overwhelming mathematical pattern, one that has become the subject matter of this website.From my youth, I have always been very interested in ancient humans, megalithic structures, ancient temples, and pyramids. As a child I was always wondering why ancient Homo sapiens, who had the same brains and hands as we, wandered around empty plains for hundreds of thousands of years. They were effectively doing nothing with their creative brains and hands, building nothing, leaving no traces, other than split stones and some primitive tools. I discovered that this ideas of primitive humans in the ancient past, that has been imposed on us for centuries, is not true. I am supported by a dedicated and highly skilled team of alphas and betas. The alpha with the initials J.B. from Canada is our editor. J.M. from Australia was responsible for verification of the locations of the mathematical proven poles. A.S. is one of our researchers who is rigging up a massive verification project based on a self programmed GIS environment worldwide.Recently, it appears that most of the orientational grids in countries around the world are based on much older grids. These grids appear to point to the same ancient geographic poles. Two other members of the team are also skilled scientists and currently more or less sleeping members. They have supported me with tracking down reliable maps of the Nuraghes and gave ideas which topics to research in the future.Together are we a team of independent researchers that have deeply penetrated into the unbelievable truth behind Lost Civilizations. Because the research is holistic and mathematical it inevitably covers several scientific disciplines. There are no shareholders involved, nor has this anything to do with ego issues. Our team is growing with enthusiastic highly skilled and motivated researchers and editors. Our research is expanding rapidly while amazing many mainstream scientists with our simple, mathematics-based research.Our recent discoveries, done entirely outside the conventional scientific community, reveal astounding insights into the reasons for geographic polar movements and their undeniable close association with ancient cultures.Our ancient history, including a vast amount of ancient structures, goes back literally hundreds of thousands of years. That is not just an idle statement because a large amount of data and mathematical certainties support it. It appears that the dating work that was done by archaeologists, scholars, and historians over many decades has revealed next to nothing about the REAL antiquity of human history.https://www.mariobuildreps.com/

DJ Nate Presents. Uninhibited House (UH)
Episode 42: Live Set - Recorded for HOMO Events in Melbourne NATE Sep 22

DJ Nate Presents. Uninhibited House (UH)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 144:56


Here is the LIVE recording of my 2.5hr main room closing set, recorded for HOMO events in Melbourne, performed at Chasers.Expect high-energy tech house, with fun vocal hooks, filled full of euphoric moments.Check out my website in my BIO for all my latest podcasts and upcoming gigs.

Hebrew Nation Online
Flashpoint

Hebrew Nation Online

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 50:00


Are we headed for war this Sukkot?  Nuclear war?  Laura Densmore joins in the second half to help sound the alarm.  "I will never leave you nor forsake  you." (Heb. 13:5)   Resounces: Vaxx Harvard Study – 1% of adverse reactions reported:  https://thevaccinereaction.org/2020/01/only-one-percent-of-vaccine-reactions-reported-to-vaers/ Young Fauci admitting effects of new product could take 12 years: https://t.me/VigilantFox/6357 (9.30) Israeli covers up adv rxns: https://brownstone.org/articles/adverse-effects-of-the-pfizer-vaccine-covered-up-by-the-israeli-ministry-of-health/ Russia to develop mRNA given q month: https://t.me/CovidRedPills/14104 (9.30) Covid cannot be isolated; only flu found: https://t.me/AltSkull48/5489  (9.30) Homo borg genesis: https://rumble.com/v1lwjdg-live-7pm-jabbed-are-now-a-new-human-species-homo-borg-genesis.html Mandate falls apart: https://www.politico.eu/article/pfizer-ceo-albert-bourla-pulls-out-of-testifying-to-eu-parliament-covid-panel/ Publisher withdraws 500 articles published in last year for fraud: https://www.theepochtimes.com/mkt_app/major-scientific-publisher-retracting-over-500-papers_4768649.html Plan was always transhumanism: https://t.me/AltSkull48/5528 (10.2) Researchers estimate damage in wake of vaxxes: https://expose-news.com/2022/10/01/20milllion-dead-covid-vaccination/ Newborns off vaxxed moms unable to breathe: https://igorchudov.substack.com/p/vaccinated-mother-dying-newborn-with?r=ytl4p&utm_campaign=post&utm_source=Vaccinated%20Mother's%20Dying%20Newborn%20with%20%22White%20Lungs%22%20&utm_medium=ios Statistics of Pandemic of the vaxxed continues: redvoicemedia.com/2022/10/praise-god-for-the-control-group-the-canadian-data-is-alarming-pandemic-of-the-vaccinated-video/ref/8/ UK money to doctors to vaxx care homes again: https://www.pulsetoday.co.uk/news/breaking-news/gps-to-receive-incentive-payments-to-deliver-accelerated-care-home-covid-boosters/ Result of Cvid vaxx, parents aren't getting standard vaxxes: https://apple.news/A94LaMDcrR--EOJyYnBb5tQ CA law, signed by Newson, dictates what doctors can offer re informed consent: https://t.me/PeterMcCullough/2254 (10.4) New adverse rxn being reported - acquired hemophilia: https://www.trialsitenews.com/a/italian-case-series-showcases-yet-another-case-of-acquired-hemophilia-with-pfizer-biontech-mrna-covid-19-vaccines-5a61bb23 Chronic illness in kids, vaxxed v unvaxxed: https://t.me/VigilantFox/6464 (10.6); https://tinyurl.com/Highwire-287 Mikovits - no vaccines or qtip up your nose: https://www.brighteon.com/e0f30fe8-9c54-450f-8b30-ad2ae9320745 CDC data, Cliff notes version: https://stevekirsch.substack.com/p/why-did-the-cdc-hide-the-v-safe-data 3- and 4-jabbed 138% more likely to die off covid/flu than unjabbed: https://vigilantfox.substack.com/p/praise-god-for-the-control-group Walensky is a murderer says Wolf: https://www.redvoicemedia.com/2022/10/dr-naomi-wolf-cdc-director-rochelle-walensky-is-responsible-for-mass-murder-videos/ref/8/ Dr. Harvey Risch - no trust in regulatory agencies: https://www.redvoicemedia.com/2022/10/traditional-vaccines-now-in-question-dr-harvey-risch-loses-all-trust-in-the-cdc-and-the-fda-videos/ref/8/ CDC lied but ins cos, embalmers, coffin makers don't: https://www.allnewspipeline.com/Biden_Lied_As_Americans_Died.php Graphene, 5G, control of humanity demonstration: https://t.me/AltSkull48/5604 (10.8) FDA not revealing autopsy results on the vaxxed: https://t.me/AltSkull48/5607 (10.8) True carnage from vaxx - 20 million deaths; 2 serious injuries, etc: https://rumble.com/v1mrzdo-live-with-dr.-roger-hodkinson-fertility-cancer-flight-safety-and-sads.html; https://t.me/childcovidvaccineinjuriesuk/2317 (10.9) Schools paid to make, test, vaxxcinate: https://t.me/childcovidvaccineinjuriesuk/2322 (10.10) UK knew 70% of kids would be sterilized: https://rumble.com/vxud0r-love-thy-neighbour-an-interview-with-john-oloon...

Popping Bubbles
The Field of Light

Popping Bubbles

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 97:02


In this week's episode I talk to Betty Kovacs, author, researcher and previous lecturer of symbolgy and comparitive literature, about her book, Merchants of Light. It focuses on the shaman-mystic-scientist of the past and how our ancestors used to regularly connect with the divine (their inner world and the energy field) through altered states of being until this knowledge of our inner world was repressed by the Deutronomists in 621BC and then the Roman Church around 313BC which has caused many problems for us today, not least increasing depression worldwide. They did not understand the inner world and either feared it or wanted to control it but it is in fact a normal part of us and can be seen as the right hemisphere of the brain or even the subconscious mind.  The shamans have been trying to tell us that we have lost our connection to the spirit - the femine - and the creative right side of the brain - for centuries. We are too stuck in the analytical mind, and this separation is causing many world problems. We need to use both sides of our brain; conect back to 'spirit' (energy) that flows through the mind.  The Shamans say "we are currently dreaming a terrible dream on our planet but we can wake up and dream a better dream". We have the power to create a new world, together.  As we talk through her beautifully written, and fascinating book, we discuss the inner world, the shaman-mystic-scientists of our past and look at when this was split. The mystic side was taken over by the church (who then suppressed it, ridiculed it and murdered anyone practising it) and science took on the science side but they were never meant to be split. They are two sides of the same coin. The mystic side can be viewed as the subconscious mind, which is the visionary, imagery, spiritual aspects of our mind. And the science 'side' can be seen as the analytical or conscious side. They are both part of us, and we need both. So now you can understand how 'cutting out' half of our own mind is causing mental health problems worlwide.  I also ask questions around:- 1. The rise of the narcisist or Alexithymia (now 10% of population): where the hormone from the heart cannot flow to the brain, resulting in lack of compassion and empathy, weak imagination and emotional and social dysfunction.  2. The full potential of our species and how we can get back to this lost, and repressed, full potential. 3. Evidence of the global flood during the younger dryas period that wiped out our ancient history and the knowledge of who we are and why we are here.  4. Who are the light beings and multidimensional entities that we connect to through altered states of being? These are the Merchants of Light, the Shining Ones, the Annunaki or The Watchers who have been helping humanity time after time. Where do they come from and why do they come to help us?  5. Are these light beings 'real' and can we ever 'see them' or 'touch them' in the physical world?  6. Transhumanism and the misguided world leaders who believe that the only way out is to become a robot (AI). They have deeply lost their connection to spirit so much that they have become pathological and skewed in their thinking. Their mind has been hijacked.  7. Ancient aliens and the DNA fusion of chromosome 2, showing that we have possibly been genetically altered or upgraded in some way. The level of genetic knowledge required for such an operation indicates an advanced civilization on our planet around 200-300,000 years ago when Homo sapiens began.  It's truly a fascinating conversation which is why it goes on for so long!  Links from this episode are:- Betty's Website and book - https://kamlak.com/merchants-of-light/ NB. You can read a free chapter of her book by clicking on the link above. 

The Sewers of Paris
I'm Going to Read About Murders (Ep 405 - Agatha Christie/Paul Baker)

The Sewers of Paris

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 47:52


My guest this week is Professor Paul Baker, a writer and linguist whose work includes some FASCINATING explorations of Polari, the secret 19-century queer language that existed in England a century ago. He's also delved deep into the history of British don't-say-gay laws, gay seafarers, and in an upcoming book about campy queer culture. Given his expertise in campy sitcoms, drag stars, and celebrated actresses, I have a feeling that he speaks a language in which listeners of this podcast will be particularly fluent.We'll have that conversation in a minute. First, a reminder that I've got a book coming out next year about queer sitcoms! It's called Hi Honey, I'm Homo, and pre-orders are open — head over to gaysitcoms.com to get all the details.Also, big thanks to everyone who supports The Sewers of Paris on Patreon! Patrons get hours of exclusive bonus videos about pop culture history, stickers and stuff in the mail, and shoutouts in YouTube videos.

Les journaux de France Culture
JOURNAL DE 08H45, Magalie HOMO du mercredi 12 octobre 2022

Les journaux de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 7:11


durée : 00:07:11 - Journal de 8h45

Les journaux de France Culture
JOURNAL DE 08H45, Magalie HOMO du mardi 11 octobre 2022

Les journaux de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 7:57


durée : 00:07:57 - Journal de 8h45

Scientificast
Più Nobel per tutti

Scientificast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 51:17


Episodio 428 con Luca e Valeria ai microfoni, vostri commentatori per la settimana più calda di premi dell'anno.Valeria entra in sciabolata morbida parlandoci del premio Nobel per la Medicina, assegnato a Svante Pääbo per le sue scoperte riguardanti il genoma di ominidi estinti già conosciuti, come i Neanderthal, e di una nuova specie proveniente da Denisova, nella Siberia meridionale. Inoltre le sue ricerche hanno confermato l'avvenuto trasferimento di geni tra le due specie e Homo sapiens.Nel nostro intervento esterno Leonardo intervista David Clement che ci parlerà del Nobel per la Fisica, assegnato ad Alain Aspect, John F. Clauser e Anton Zeilinger per le loro scoperte sull‘entanglement quantistico e le sue applicazioni.Dopo una barza cantautoriale, Luca ci parla del Nobel per la Chimica, assegnato a Carolyn R. Bertozzi, Morten Meldal e Barry Sharpless per le loro scoperte sulla click-chemistry e chimica biortogonale, basate rispettivamente su reazioni semplici e immediate (a click letteralmente) e la loro applicazione a sistemi biologici.

Les journaux de France Culture
JOURNAL DE 08H45, Magalie HOMO du lundi 10 octobre 2022

Les journaux de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 7:26


durée : 00:07:26 - Journal de 8h45 -

The Archaeology Show
PROMO: Domestication and Human Brain Size with Stefan Milo - A Life in Ruins 105

The Archaeology Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 60:18


The Archaeology Podcast Network is taking a bit of a break for October, 2022. In the mean time, we're introducing you to some of the other fantastic shows that we produce. Here's the “A Life in Ruins” Podcast with one of their more popular episodes. Enjoy! On this episode of A Life In Ruins Podcast, we have our good friend and frequent collaborator Stefan Milo on the podcast. Stefan is in the process of researching for a video on human brain size, and we talk about what he has found. Researchers have noted a decrease in brain size in humans within the last 30,000 years. We take a deep dive into how brain size has changed throughout the evolution of the genus Homo and potential reasons for the decrease in brain size. We talk about the possibility of human self-domestication and the theories surrounding it. Links When and Why Did Human Brains Decrease in Size? A New Change-Point Analysis and Insights From Brain Evolution in Ants by DeSilva et al. Hypotheses for the Evolution of Reduced Reactive Aggression in the Context of Human Self-Domestication by Richard W. Wrangham Guest Links Stefan Milo's Youtube Channel Stefan Milo's Website Stefan Milo's Instagram and Twitter: @historysmilo Stefan Milo's book Tales of Ancient Worlds: Adventures in Archaeology A Life in Ruins Contact Email: alifeinruinspodcast@gmail.com Instagram: @alifeinruinspodcast Facebook: @alifeinruinspodcast Twitter: @alifeinruinspod Website: www.alifeinruins.com Ruins on APN: https://www.archaeologypodcastnetwork.com/ruins Store: https://www.redbubble.com/people/alifeinruins/shop ArchPodNet APN Website: https://www.archpodnet.com APN on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/archpodnet APN on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/archpodnet APN on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/archpodnet Tee Public Store Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular Motion

Les Nuits de France Culture
"Homo faber" de Max Frisch est l'histoire d'un homme qui est confronté avec le passé mythique du monde"

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 16:00


durée : 00:16:00 - Les Nuits de France Culture - L'émission "Etranger mon ami" présentait en 1961 le roman "Homo faber" de l'écrivain et dramaturge suisse Max Frisch. Bernard Dort, au micro de Dominique Arban, analysait ce livre qui deviendra un best-seller et sera adapté au cinéma par Volker Schlöndorff en 1991. Publié en 1957, Homo faber est l'un des romans les plus célèbres de l'écrivain suisse de langue allemande, Max Frisch. Traduit en plusieurs langues, devenu un best-seller, il a été adapté au cinéma en 1991 par Volker Schlöndorff, puis en 2014 par Richard Dindo. En 1961, alors que parait en France la traduction de Philippe Pilliod, Dominique Arban invite Bernard Dort à présenter ce roman dans l'émission Étranger mon ami. Homo faber raconte comment le personnage principal, Walter Faber, un ingénieur, rencontre tour à tour la mort, l'amour, puis la mort à nouveau dans un périple qui l'emmène d'Europe vers la Grèce. L'objet de son amour est en réalité sa fille, il sera mis en échec de plusieurs manières, guidé par une fatalité intérieure. Bernard Dort : "Homo faber" est l'histoire d'un homme qui est confronté avec son passé et plus qu'avec son passé : avec le passé mythique du monde. Lui qui voulait faire des rapports, lui qui voulait tout calculer, tout prévoir. Brusquement ce qui lui arrive c'est non seulement le hasard, mais c'est un hasard presque ancestral". Il dit "je ne crois pas à la fatalité, les mathématiques me suffisent". Il dit "C'est un pur hasard qui a décidé de ma rencontre avec ma fille, cela aurait pu se passer tout autrement". Par Dominique Arban Etranger mon ami - Max Frisch (1ère diffusion le 04/12/1961) Edition web : Documentation sonore de Radio France Archive Ina Radio France Retrouver l'ensemble des archives de la Nuit : Max Frisch, écrivain des identités incertaines

Radio Naukowe
#115 Dziwna samotność Homo sapiens – dlaczego zniknęły inne gatunki ludzi? | dr Marcin Ryszkiewicz

Radio Naukowe

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 55:54


Sto lat temu wizja ewolucji człowieka była prosta, liniowa. – Na początku XX wieku znaliśmy trzy gatunki: Homo sapiens, Homo neandertalensis i Homo eretcus. I tyle. Jak mamy trzy kropki to da się je połączyć jedną linią – mówi w Radiu Naukowym dr Marcin Ryszkiewicz, geolog i ewolucjonista.Dzisiaj wiemy bardzo dużo. Tak dużo, że obraz się znacznie skomplikował. W XXI wieku mieliśmy wręcz wysyp odkryć nowych gatunków człowieka. Tylko, że one wszystkie na przestrzeni dziejów zniknęły, przetrwaliśmy tylko my. – Był jakiś jeden daleki przodek człowieka, pierwszy bez związku z szympansami i jego linią. I teraz skończyliśmy na jednym gatunku. To bardzo rzadki przypadek. Jeden z tych wielu niezwykłych zjawisk, jakie towarzyszyły naszej ewolucji – podkreśla dr Ryszkiewicz.Właśnie o tej samotności rozmawiamy w podcaście. Bo był taki czas, kiedy najmniej kilka innych gatunków ludzi żyło jednocześnie z nami. Na pewno: Homo neandertalsis, denisowianie, hobbici z flores (Homo floresiensis), hobbici z luzonu (Homo luzonensis). Gdzie się podziali? Czy musieli wyginąć? Czy to przez Homo sapiens?Posłuchajcie!Pojawiają się również się rozważania czy jesteśmy jedynym tak bardzo inteligentnym gatunkiem w kosmosie, czy ośmiornice mogłyby stworzyć konkurencyjną cywilizację i jak zdefiniować gatunek.Dr Ryszkiewicz jest autorem licznych tekstów prasowych oraz książek m.in. „Homo sapiens. Meandry ewolucji” czy „Okruchy ewolucji. Tajemnice historii naturalnej”. Bardzo polecam!

The Sewers of Paris
I Get a Kick Out of Freaking People Out (Ep 404 - Interview With the Vampire/Levi Hastings)

The Sewers of Paris

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 64:53


Over on YouTube, I just released a new video about the long queer history of vampire lore — from Victorian novels about killer lesbians and undead seamen to early motion pictures and then the groundbreaking novel Interview With the Vampire in the 1970s. A new adaptation of Interview just premiered on AMC this week, and so in honor of that we're diving into the Sewers archives to revisit my 2015 interview with Levi Hastings.Levi's an illustrator who grew up feeling like a misfit in his tiny religious Idaho town. He could tell he was an outsider, and so he decided to lean into it: embracing anything dark and sinister and brooding. It felt good to freak the world out with his talk of vampires and Marilyn Manson ... but it was also a little lonely. He knew there were other people like him out there in the world, he just wasn't sure where to find them… until he embarked on an eye-opening road trip.We'll have that conversation in a minute. First, in case you haven't heard, I've got a book coming out next year about queer sitcoms! It's called Hi Honey, I'm Homo, and pre-orders are open — head over to gaysitcoms.com to get all the details.Also, big thanks to everyone who supports The Sewers of Paris on Patreon! Patrons get hours of exclusive bonus videos about pop culture history, stickers and stuff in the mail, and shoutouts in YouTube videos.

Our Prehistory
9. Out of Africa Part 2

Our Prehistory

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 45:32


The permanent expansion of Homo sapiens out of Africa began about 60,000 years ago. After intimate encounters with Neanderthals in Southwest Asia, some of them moved into Europe and Northern Asia. How did these Eurasian migrants adapt to foreign climates and ecosystems?Support the show

Why Did Peter Sink?
Unmoderning (part 4)

Why Did Peter Sink?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 23:46


So in hindsight, I most certainly did have a religion. When I thought I had none, I had one. A religion is defined by your actions, not your words. Although I thought I was a member of something called “no religion,” it was actually secular humanism. But this is not surprising because the entire public school system was geared toward the religion of humanism and actively steered American children toward it throughout the 1980s and 1990s. What's strange is that we banned “God” from public schools because it was a religion. But we brought in humanism which is a religion. This religion is one that pretends that it isn't a religion. The Supreme Court even named it as a religion in 1961 (Torcasso v. Watkins), which is just stating the obvious. There were even humanist churches that sprang up and withered away. Few object to humanism being taught in schools because we pretend it's not a religion, but it has a manifesto with fifteen principles that sound a lot like commandments that defines the origin of the universe as it's first item of business. FIRST: Religious humanists regard the universe as self-existing and not created. This is literally the direct inversion of the three major world religions of Islam, Christianity, and Judaism. If you start with this premise, your worldview flips completely to a pre-Christian, pre-Hebrew mindset. I spent many hours yammering about this in the About Uranus series. If you remove God as the first cause of the universe, who created the universe “out of nothing” (ex nihilo), then you have a lot of explaining to do. In fact, if you start with this first point of humanist manifesto, you are already in the pagan world of Zeus, you just use different terms for it. The idea of a creator God never came up in public school. In a subtle way, the tenets of humanism are stamped on every American child. Unsurprisingly, I learned much later, after soaking in the bath of this humanist water for some thirty years, that one of the signers of this declaration of independence from religion, this humanist manifesto, was none other than the founder of modern public schools, John Dewey. Like Freud, the father of psychology, Dewey hated religion. Both of these founders saw their purpose as replacing religion with something else. From the book Atheism for Dummies, Dewey is a described as a kind of hero for doing a bait-and-switch on religion:Few people can claim a greater influence on American culture than the philosopher John Dewey (1859–1952). In the course of a long career, Dewey practically reinvented the American system of education from the bottom up.Dewey was also a key figure in the rebirth of modern humanism. But his approach was controversial, even among humanists — partly because he wanted to keep using the word God, even though he didn't believe such a being existed.Today we are living in a period of time where everyone is scratching their head and wondering why our world and nation is slipping into disarray. The fragility of nations and institutions is being felt across domains. Once you get out of the tub that you have been soaking in and look at the water, it's no longer confusing to see what has happened. The water is filthy. A billion people are soaking in that tub and not realizing how soggy they've become. They can't understand why they feel like dirty dishwater. They wonder how they can be in a tub and yet not feel clean. We don't feel clean because we are living a lie. Thus we have the “strange rites” that occupy so much of our modern life, particularly in sports, entertainment, health, fitness, technology. To quote the blurb from Tara Isabella's book on this subject, Americans are “embracing a kaleidoscopic panoply of spiritual traditions, rituals, and subcultures -- from astrology and witchcraft to SoulCycle and the alt-right.”It's all a substitute for God. All of it. For me it was the pursuit of experiences. Alcohol, woodworking, triathlons, sports, skydiving, military service, career - you name it, I probably tried it. A quote from Joshua Mitchell sums up the state of this constant seeking of meaning through the self:Homo sapiens is devolving into Selfie Man; and it is therefore to the manner of his falling into illness that we must attend, and to his experience of illness that we must appeal. I cannot prove it, but I suspect this is the path Selfie Man must take to recover an understanding of human nature. The Prodigal Son returns home only after he realizes the husks of corn on which he has been feasting nourish him not (Luke 15:11–32). The story of our times is one of spiritual crisis, because not only has the word God become taboo, but most people who say the word don't truly believe in it. How can I be so bold? We need to merely look at where the faithful spend their time. Drive by any gym or baseball field on a Sunday morning, or simply look at how empty the churches are. Their pajama shirts say “Faith” or “Jesus and coffee” and then they turn on Netflix and blithely violate the third Commandment to keep the Lord's day holy. How can these faithful be so bold? Easily. It's because we don't really believe in the idea of “sacred”. They have been programmed. When nothing is sacred, everything is sacred. When everything is sacred, nothing is sacred. This is why we can believe that laying on a couch and thinking about God for a split second is as good as going to church and spending one hour with God. This is the great flattening that has occurred. This bait-and-switch that occurred is exactly as Dewey wanted. We say “God” but smirk inside. The pioneers of America who lacked internal combustion engines and lacked Netflix and youth sports, somehow found the energy to saddle up or walk to church. The test of our time - a test that appears to have been failed - is that we have incredible ease in getting to church, yet we choose not to. The number one reason people hate Christianity today is because of hypocritical Christians. And so do I. What a scandal it is to see a believer who speaks the language of devotion and piety but whose actions suggest otherwise. This is why people roll their eyes at Catholics that sin on Saturday night and go to confession on Sunday morning (actually, few Catholics go to confession now, and therefore should not even be receiving the Eucharist, but that's for another episode). The hypocrisy scandalizes and drives people away. We all hate a hypocrite. So did Jesus. The problem is that we are all hypocrites, no matter how holy, perceived or otherwise. The hypocrites once drove me away, but I will never let that happen again. Why? Because I'm one of them. And as I frequently like to quote: “The church is a hospital for sinners, not a museum of saints.” The church and its doctrine and sacraments and liturgy provide the path to remembering this. If I am confused about this, then righteousness or despair will begin to seep into my thoughts and action, and that is precisely when I've fallen into the trap, where God is on my lips, but not in my heart. This was the goal of John Dewey. To keep God in our mouth, but not in our heart. Once you awaken to this fact, you can get out of the soggy tub and pull the plug to let the dirt drain away. Then you can take action, and get God out of storage once and for all. The great achievement of Dewey and the humanists is the flattening of the sacred. They managed to make all things the same, to make all things sacred, and therefore making nothing sacred. This is the outcome of Unitarianism, which places all religions into the same the psychological basket. There is nothing set apart, nothing sacred, yet we still have the word God on our lips, just as Dewey wanted. And then you live in no-man's-land, the wasteland of T.S. Eliot, because you are saying the word God but living like a humanist. You speak as if you have ultimate meaning, but you don't live it out - hence the emptiness of our modern age. You must make your own meaning then, and this manifests out in a thousand ways, and all of them are dead ends. What is lost with God is ultimate meaning, and the vacuum is felt, the void, the onslaught of meaninglessness that drives the pursuit of self-destruction and self-salvation. Why? Because if we cannot find meaning we must either escape the problem or solve the problem. You can go toward nihilism like the French philosophers or you can go toward the will-to-power like the German philosophers. A third option, compliments of Karl Marx, is that you get to become the savior of the world. In all three of these outcomes, you can still say the word “God” and the word can mean absolutely nothing to you while you speak it. That's the state we are in today. God is everywhere in our speech and nowhere in our actions. By design, most of us live out lives that have nothing to do with Christ. Only when we come close to the edge of a cliff and look down do we look up. With God put into storage, we will go dust the idea off when feeling nostalgic or lost. When we are in a period of adjustment, between pursuits, we will look to God. But the moment a new distraction or experience or partner or job arrives, God goes back into storage. We only want God when we recognize the need for a real savior. We only want Jesus on the cross when we need forgiveness. Christ is treated like a 401K fund, where we look at the cross like a number of dollars that will save us in our old age, after we are done sinning. The penitent thief on the cross, who is promised entrance to paradise, is our secret wish for ourselves. It's the get-out-of-jail free card on our death bed, and the card that allows us to live as we wish today, so that we can ignore everything Christ said before that moment on the cross. Most interesting, however, is that I hear self-professed Christians saying, “That doesn't sit well with me,” regarding the penitent thief's late change of heart in Luke 22. In reality, those of us with the name of God on our lips but whose actions lack follow-through should be begging and hoping that the salvation of the “Good Thief,” St. Dismas, will be a possibility for us, too. We rack and stack up mortal sin after mortal sin and ignore the sacrament of Confession, and at the same time cast our eyes down at others for their sins. We should be lucky if the same mercy is shown for our own hypocrisy that we ignore.Any encroachment of traditional religion into the public sphere bothered me. I was wary of any form of Christianity creeping back into my life. In my mind, I thought, “Christians just can't leave anything alone. They just have to shove it down our throats at every opportunity.” I felt like the Grateful Dead's song Truckin', where Jerry Garcia sings about getting busted on Bourbon Street, ratted out by nosey do-gooders who called the police: “They just can't let you be.” The irony is how the flip has happened, where modernism is shoved down our throats. The old religion of hearing a one-hour Sunday message (plus maybe an hour on Wednesday nights) stood no chance against the full blast 40 hours a week of public schools preaching mainline humanism. We have been indoctrinated, without a doubt. We have been indoctrinated to modernism. If you want to be free, you have to take the first step in opposition of the current. The new rebel is not the person that embraces sex, drugs, and rock-and-roll. It's the person who embraces chastity, temperance, and silence. The new rebel is the one who un-moderns himself. I suspect as the result of a century of humanist education comes to an end, the next Abraham will be called out of California, the next St. Anthony of Egypt will find his way to the desert, and a new St. Benedict will find his way to a cave, and we will rediscover all that has been lost and lied about. This is the way it happens. It always has happened this way. The world tries to crush God, to remove him from all public spaces, and God seems to go away, and then he returns. Jesus also went to the desert. He also went to a tomb. But he returned. He is returned now. He is as alive as ever, and will once again be the healer that we are looking for. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.whydidpetersink.com

Temprano en la Tarde... EL PODCAST
Freestyle: Desmenuzando el contenido de la visita presidencial a la colonia

Temprano en la Tarde... EL PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 59:29


Anuncios y comentarios sobre servicios de agua y electricidad Más de 70 comunidades en Ponce siguen sin servicio eléctrico https://www.periodicolaperla.com/actualidad/mas-de-70-comunidades-en-ponce-siguen-sin-servicio-electrico/ Reflexión sobre Biden De cara a elecciones, Joe Biden visita a Puerto Rico para evaluar daños del huracán Fiona https://www.semana.com/amp/noticias-estados-unidos/articulo/de-cara-a-elecciones-joe-biden-visita-a-puerto-rico-para-evaluar-danos-del-huracan-fiona/202216/ “Mis demandas son bastante simples, señor presidente: queremos ser tratados como nuestros compatriotas estadounidenses en momentos de necesidad”, expresó Pierluisi. “Sin embargo, con la visita de Biden a la isla, los habitantes de Puerto Rico se mostraban desilusionados este lunes “Espero que la visita del presidente Joe Biden no sea solo ‘un saludo a la bandera’”, dijo Nelson Cruz, de 45 años, profesor de psicología en la universidad de Puerto Rico, que quiere que las autoridades sean más eficaces.” Biden reitera que defenderá el derecho al aborto: https://www.periodicolaperla.com/actualidad/biden-reitera-que-defendera-el-derecho-al-aborto/ Los demócratas se juegan la vida en un país polarizada Nobel de Medicina 2022: el sueco Svante Pääbo gana el premio por sus hallazgos sobre el ADN de los neandertales https://www.bbc.com/mundo/noticias-63117248.amp “ El sueco Svante Pääbo es el ganador del premio Nobel de Fisiología y Medicina 2022, anunció este lunes el Instituto Karolinska de Suecia. Pääbo, de 67 años, recibe el importante galardón por sus descubrimientos sobre la evolución humana.” “Para el comité también es importante destacar que Pääbo descubrió el hecho de que se había producido una transferencia de genes de estos homínidos ahora extintos al Homo sapiens tras la migración fuera de África hace unos 70.000 años.”

A hombros de gigantes
A hombros de gigantes - Primera prueba de defensa planetaria contra el Armagedón - 01/10/22

A hombros de gigantes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 56:00


Hemos asistido en directo al primer intento de la humanidad para modificar la órbita de un asteroide potencialmente peligroso. Con una precisión asombrosa, la sonda DART impactó con éxito contra Dimorphos, una roca de tan solo 160 m de diámetro, situada a 11 millones de kilómetros. La prueba ha demostrado que ya no estamos inermes frente a estos objetos potencialmente peligrosos. Hemos entrevistado a Josep María Trigo, del Instituto de Ciencias del Espacio del CSIC y del Instituto de Estudios Espaciales de Cataluña, y miembro del equipo científico de esta misión. Con Nuria Martínez Medina hemos conocido la vida del capitán de la Royal Navy John Phipps, el primero en comandar una expedición científica al Ártico. Phipps fue el primero en describir especies como el oso polar o la gaviota blanca. Alda Olaffson nos ha informado del proyecto “SafeAir” para el desarrollo de novedosos purificadores de aire, capaces de inactivar los virus que pudieran estar presentes. Con testimonios de Miguel Ángel Bañares, del Instituto de Catálisis y Petroleoquímica del CSIC. Hemos dado la bienvenida a un nuevo colaborador, Jesús Pérez Gil, catedrático de Bioquímica y Biología Molecular de la Complutense y presidente de la Sociedad Española de Biofísica, quién nos ha explicado en qué consiste esta disciplina. Con Fernando Blasco hemos aprendido un juego matemático de “suma nueve”. Hilde Mangold fue una embrióloga alemana conocida fundamentalmente por su tesis doctoral en la que demostró el concepto de inducción embrionaria, es decir, el proceso mediante el cual algunas células en un embrión pueden determinar el desarrollo de otras. Una investigación que le valió el Premio Nobel a su director de tesis Hans Spemann, como nos ha contado Eulalia Pérez Sedeño. Con Esther García como cicerone, hemos viajado a Florencia para visitar el museo Galileo Galilei. Hemos reseñado los libros “El hombre del futuro. La vida visionaria de John von Neumann”, de Ananyo Bhattacharya (Oberón); “La vida es simple. La navaja de Occam y la nueva historia de la ciencia y el universo”, de Johnjoe McFadden (Paidós), y “Origen y evolución de Homo sapiens”, de Antonio Rosas (CSIC-Catarata). Escuchar audio

The Sewers of Paris
All Monsters Are People (Ep 403 - Attack of the Killer Tomatoes/Michael Varrati)

The Sewers of Paris

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 64:21


For this week's episode, I couldn't decide if I wanted to run an interview about horror movies, since October's about to begin — or about romantic comedies, in recognition of Billy Eichner's new rom-com Bros. So I decided to run an episode about horror AND romance. It's a revisit of my 2018 interview with Michael Varrati, Hollywood screenwriter responsible for such films as From Hell She Rises, and Seven Dorms of Death … and also A Christmas Reunion and A Christmas in Vermont. Michael's genre-hopping might seem a little weird, but he's not alone in straddling horror and rom-com. We'll have that conversation in a minute. First, in case you haven't heard, I've got a book coming out next year about queer sitcoms! It's called Hi Honey, I'm Homo, and pre-orders are open — head over to gaysitcoms.com to get all the details.Also, big thanks to everyone who supports The Sewers of Paris on Patreon! Patrons get hours of exclusive bonus videos about pop culture history, stickers and stuff in the mail, and shoutouts in YouTube videos.

Rogue Insider Podcast
Cur Homo Artista: On the Ease of the Impossible

Rogue Insider Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 56:43


Part 1.4 Cur Homo Artista: On the Ease of the Impossible, from 'You Must Change Your Life'/'Du mußt dein Leben ändern' by Peter Sloterdijk.

Portals of Perception
032 - Homo Universalis Activates

Portals of Perception

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 78:51


Throughout this Portals adventure, we have explored in many ways how to create the inner and outer space that would allow the next phase of universal and human evolution – the future – to appear. It's time to embrace the bold proposition that evolution has moved forward, and is still doing so, and the future has arrived. Homo sapiens, welcome Homo Universalis, the whole person. The evidence of individual and collective transformation is turning up in many places around the world. Homo Universalis is not meant to be characterized by physical changes but by changed lives and communities; the liberation of remarkable new intelligence, new capabilities, the elevation of thinking and behavior, and healing at many levels. Part of the human species updating represented by Homo Universalis is that each one of us can take steps to activate the new elevation and consciousness in ourselves. This conversation takes a deeper look at some of those steps. Join Aviv Shahar and Jeff Vander Clute for Homo Universalis Activates. KEY TAKEAWAYS 02:51 – Aviv welcomes back to the show, Jeff Vander Clute, to engage in a rich discussion on today's topic: Homo Universalis Activates14:46 – Aviv reflects on creating ecologies where people discover knowledge and release their inner intelligence and brilliance for themselves22:10 – The building of resilience, endurance, and mental toughness for growth opportunities29:03 – Explaining the concept of Homo Universalis and Shadow Work37:59 – The cleansing, sublimation, self-absolvement and forgiveness work41:32 – The continual updating of our own personal sense-making maps46:35 – Self-authoring, alignment & inquiry-based perception seeking55:27 – Why pursue shadow work?1:01:27 – Aviv provides some personal examples of how he's practiced shadow work in the past1:09:32 – Healing power1:14:31 – Closing thoughts and insights from Aviv and Jeff TWEETABLE QUOTES “There is always a consideration in me of how do you no longer do teaching in the old way of teaching, which is the transference of knowledge, but really create an ecology and an experience where individuals and groups can come into the ecology and that experience such that the knowledge, the discovery, the insight is self-arising.” (14:50) (Aviv)“I never completely resolve the pattern if it's in the world, but it's not present anymore personally; it's present transpersonal. And so now, because I've done the work, life says, ‘Fantastic, here's somebody who knows what to do so let's give him now a dump truck full from the USA's energy field' as an example. So, I get to do it again for the collective but with tools and with resources. And so my sense is that this could be world work. And we could each potentially do world work.” (20:29) (Jeff)“So, there's a great wisdom in life when immaturity is actually an asset for rapid growth. And then with wisdom I've become more discerning.” (25:47) (Jeff)“Let's just be aware and let's name the other fields such that the great fascination with shadow work does not become an end to itself but is rather recognized and appreciated and embraced inside a bigger context, which is this idea of human development in the evolutionary context from the homo sapiens or the sapien sapiens into the homo universalis.” (34:59) (Aviv)“Regarding alignment practices, as I experience alignment it is about aligning with life - the flow of life, the direction and movement of life. And that's a capacity that can be built over time - the capacity to sense in subtle ways how life is moving and then flow with life. And what I have found is life will then show me where there is shadow work, where there are opportunities to cleanse, or forgive, or release blockages, or improve my energy management. I'll be the first one to say right now that I'm a work in progress.” (52:07) (Jeff)“What you're offering, through these investigations, is a clear understanding of some of the ways that we can participate. And as we participate consciously in the flow of life and the unfolding of these empowered, nonlinear solutions, they have more power because they have our power.” (1:17:58) (Jeff) RESOURCES MENTIONED Portals of Perception WebsiteAviv's LinkedIn Aviv's TwitterAviv's WebsiteJeff's LinkedIn

C dans l'air
CDLA L'INVITÉ – DANIEL COHEN – 23/09/22

C dans l'air

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 10:53


LES RÉSEAUX SOCIAUX NOUS RENDENT-ILS IDIOTS ? – 23/09/22 DANIEL COHEN Économiste, président de l'École d'Économie de Paris “Nous sommes dans ce rapport addictif aux réseaux sociaux et on voit que c'est une forme d'abêtissement extraordinaire”, expliquait l'économiste Daniel Cohen sur Franceinfo jeudi 15 septembre. Dans son nouvel essai “Homo numericus, la ‘civilisation' qui vient”, Daniel Cohen livre un constat critique sur la révolution numérique en cours, qui a accéléré la fragmentation du monde social et politique et des conséquences néfastes des réseaux sociaux sur le vivre ensemble. Si la révolution numérique a permis à des mouvements révolutionnaires d'exister, allant des des Printemps arabes à #MeToo, Daniel Cohen rappelle dans son essai que “la protestation numérique bute sur le fait qu'elle ne croit pas aux institutions. Elle nourrit, à sa manière, les populismes, non seulement en participant à l'augmentation des inégalités mais aussi à la polarisation idéologique”. Selon une étude menée par Microsoft, notre durée d'attention a diminué d'un tiers entre 2008 à 2015, passant de 12 secondes à 8 secondes, en raison du temps passé sur nos écrans. Les réseaux sociaux sont certes très puissants pour dénoncer l'inaction des gouvernements, mais ”le catastrophisme qui y domine ne mène pas à l'action” explique l'économiste. Axel de Tarlé reviendra avec son invité sur les limites de cette révolution numérique.

The Sewers of Paris
My Second Life (Ep 402 - Phantom of the Opera/Chris Geidner)

The Sewers of Paris

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 55:04


My guest this week has two lives — his theater life and his law life. By day, you may know Chris Geidner for his reporting and writing on some of the most pressing legal issues of the day. But he's just as passionate about musical theater, going all the way back to the time he was enthralled by Phantom of the Opera. In fact, it was one little twist of fate that led him to a legal career instead of a life in the theater — but, as he discovered, the two careers aren't as different as one might think.We'll have that conversation in a minute. First, in case you haven't heard, I've got a book coming out next year about queer sitcoms! It's called Hi Honey, I'm Homo, and pre-orders are open — head over to gaysitcoms.com to get all the details.Also, big thanks to everyone who supports The Sewers of Paris on Patreon! Patrons get hours of exclusive bonus videos about pop culture history, stickers and stuff in the mail, and shoutouts in YouTube videos.

Distorted Minds
Ep. 151 - Tickle Me Homo

Distorted Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 71:21


It's just Kevin with guest co-host CJ on the mics this week and we're buzzin' and getting silly in this hour. Some of the things we chat about in this episode include, the All In Music Festival, the "4 strokes guy" from Your Mom's House Podcast, a rant about Paramount+, some pet peeves, beer and liquor and more. Plus, at the end we play our cover of the Decemberists song, "Down by the Water". Which could have gone better but it wasn't the worst. Thanks for tuning in yet again and have a great week! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/distortedminds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/distortedminds/support

Signes des temps
Impact de la révolution numérique et fragmentation de la société

Signes des temps

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 43:25


durée : 00:43:25 - Signes des temps - par : Marc Weitzmann - Alors que paraît "Homo numericus : la civilisation qui vient" aux éditions Albin Michel, Marc Weitzmann reçoit l'économiste Daniel Cohen. Quels sont les effets de l'essor de l'intelligence artificielle ? Comment la révolution numérique contribue à fragmenter la société ? - invités : Daniel Cohen Économiste et directeur du département d'économie de l'École Normale Supérieure, Président de l'Ecole d'Economie de Paris

Les Cours du Collège de France
Homo sapiens, une espèce invasive, leçon inaugurale de Jean-Jacques Hublin

Les Cours du Collège de France

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 58:45


durée : 00:58:45 - Les Cours du Collège de France - par : Merryl Moneghetti - Comment définir notre ancêtre homo Sapiens? De quelle façon cette espèce a-t-elle pu faire la différence par rapport aux Néandertaliens et aux Dénisoviens? demande Jean-Jacques Hublin. - invités : Jean-Jacques Hublin Paléoanthropologue, professeur au Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology de Leipzig, titulaire de la chaire Paléoanthropologie au Collège de France.

The Sewers of Paris
Giving Myself Permission to Get a Little Bit Sexier (Ep 401 - French Comics/Josh Cornillon)

The Sewers of Paris

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 43:26


You might know my guest this week from his saucy art on Twitter, but there's much more to his work than X-Men in Speedos. Josh Cornillon grew up reading sophisticated graphic novels in his native France, and those books infuse the writing and illustration that he does today.We'll have that conversation in a minute. First, hey in case you haven't heard, I've got a book coming out next year about how subversive queer comedy transformed the American sitcom over the last half century! It's called Hi Honey, I'm Homo, and pre-orders are open — head over to gaysitcoms.com to get all the details, to pre-order your copy, and to sign up for my newsletter to get excerpts and updates.Also, big thanks to everyone who supports The Sewers of Paris on Patreon! Patrons get hours of exclusive bonus videos about pop culture history, stickers and stuff in the mail, and shoutouts in YouTube videos.

The Michael Sartain Podcast
Rollo Tomassi - The Michael Sartain Podcast

The Michael Sartain Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 249:10


Rollo Tomassi (IG: @Rational_Male ) is the author of “The Rational Male” book series. He has over 200,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel, @The Rational Male , and is considered The Godfather of the Red Pill Community. ——————————————————— Michael's Men of Action program is a Master's course dedicated to helping people elevate their social lives by building elite social circles and becoming higher status. Click the link below to learn more: https://go.moamentoring.com/i/2 ———————————————————— Subscribe on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MichaelSartain Listen on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-michael-sartain-podcast/id1579791157 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2faAYwvDD9Bvkpwv6umlPO?si=8Q3ak9HnSlKjuChsTXr6YQ&dl_branch=1 Filmed at Sticky Paws Studios: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UComrBVcqGLDs3Ue-yWAft8w 0:00 Intro 0:59 Red pill explained 2:09 Evolutionary psychology ignored 3:06 Pick up vs game 4:57 The three R's of red pill 6:50 The Rational Male 9:30 **What's the best book on game? 10:51 ***Everyone has game 12:13 ***Diversity 14:49 ***No more evolution for Homo sapiens 16:35 Connecting dots, outdated ideals 19:09 ***Guys want to get laid 20:47 ***You are offended by the truth 21:51 **It's not the message it's the delivery 22:20 **I hate Andrew, do you have his number? 22:59 ***Hypergamy, Sheryl Sandberg 25:20 ***Hoe phase, Epiphany phase 26:32 Age of first marriages 28:31 ***Jojo Von Southi effect 29:54 ****Drake 30:27 ***I don't want to marry them 32:40 *Gravity 32:53 ***Sex/Life 34:28 *Gold Diggers 34:56 ***Cardi B, MGK 35:56 *No competition 37:06 Networking 38:11 ***Who is Michael Sartain? MOA 41:17 Mystery 42:11 ***Cold approach is 2% of game 44:05 ***Crystal Hefner, Toi Hardy 46:32 **No such thing as an Incel 47:32 **Make rules for betas, break rules for alphas 50:03 **Eva Mendes, Ryan Gosling 50:52 ***Bilzerian, Vegas Dave 56:32 ***Waiting for sex 58:36 ***The quickest way to make you my girlfriend 1:00:13 ***Boyfriend material 1:03:47 **Best man she can't get 1:05:54 ***Tiger Woods vs Derek Jeter 1:07:39 ***Leonardo DiCaprio, Keanu Reeves 1:09:57 Women don't care about a man's struggles 1:16:07 ***Struggles 1:18:41 *Unconditional love to their children 1:20:44 Big head babies 1:27:37 ***Pair bonding 1:32:29 Porn 1:36:35 Natural State 1:39:44 ****Denial of science 1:42:29 Dr David Buss 1:45:08 ***Satoshi Kanazawa getting canceled 1:47:14 All psychology is evolutionary 1:48:10 **No such thing as a soulmate 1:56:58 History of marriage 2:01:16 *Licking the ice cream 2:02:24 *Encouraged monogamy 2:03:42 *Genghis Khan 2:05:32 Red pill is not a philosophy 2:10:12 ***GSS Studies 2:13:52 Women don't need men 2:16:27 Sexual partners 2:18:32 ***Don't hate the game, get in the gym 2:25:13 ***Alpha fucks, beta bucks 2:27:16 ****Cancel culture doesn't work 2:33:44 Open debate, getting canceled 2:36:06 ***Canceling Tate 2:40:01 *Took away their bread 2:41:01 Meme stocks 2:46:11 **Mikhaila Peterson 2:49:43 *Jordan Peterson 2:52:02 ***Richard Dawkins 2:53:11 David Buss on Joe Rogan 2:57:12 ****Diet for your zodiac 2:59:59 Metaphorical truth 3:05:30 Repercussions, Absolution 3:06:46 ***Tinder swindler 3:09:15 ***Female friends 3:12:06 I don't find 99% of women attractive 3:19:29 Friend zone 3:22:05 Hank Moody 3:22:49 Red flags 3:26:29 Where'd you meet him? 3:29:33 **A high value man should cheat, men having options 3:31:45 ***68% of Christian men have a porn addiction 3:35:35 Overcoming nihilism 3:39:22 ***The collapse of the West 3:42:05 Fall of Rome 3:46:53 Russian Bots, Flat Earth 3:49:21 ***Decline in men's testosterone, suicide 3:53:50 ***Swollo Tomassi, they don't care where the money came from 3:55:58 Misunderstood 3:58:59 You have to show your work 4:00:05 *The truth should feel uncomfortable 4:01:50 80% chance of rain 4:03:48 ***F*ck your feelings 4:05:19 Outro

Live Mana Worldwide - Multimedia Broadcast Network (audio)
Joshua 'The World's Mayor' "Homosexual, Bisexual, Straight & Perverted Christians"

Live Mana Worldwide - Multimedia Broadcast Network (audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 58:20


Are you homosexual? Are you a lesbian? Are you bisexual? Are you straight? Are you a pervert? If yes, guess what? God loves you just the way you are and while He hates sin, He loves the sinner soooo much. But guess what? What if you have lived your entire life with shame, guilt, and confusion for no reason at all? After a lifetime of struggles, pain, heartache and confusion, I believe I have found the truth about what God said about sexuality and it is not just great news, it is also sobering and convicting. When I set out on this journey to find truth, I found not only what I was looking for but much more. The trauma centered around the sexuality that has been the root of so much of the anger, pain, and shame I have inflicted on myself and others now has a chance to heal. I pray this Spoken Word does the same for you. See the full transcript and links to sources here https://livemanaworldwide.org/joshua-the-world…erted-christians/

The Sewers of Paris
I Think I Quit (Ep 400 - The Front Runner/TJ Klune

The Sewers of Paris

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 47:52


TJ Klune's childhood grew up reading books in a forest under the trees, which sounds idyllic … minus the part about how he was mercilessly bullied. Literature and libraries were his safe haven, and in fact a librarian was the first person he ever came out to. In his adult life, TJ found himself working a grueling job in the insurance industry, longing to tell the stories in his head. But nobody was more surprised than he was when, one day, he walked into work and declared the he was quitting so he could write the great gay American novel.We'll have that conversation in a minute. First, I want to let you know that I've got a book coming out next year, and I can finally reveal the title! It's called Hi Honey, I'm Homo, and it's about how subversive queer comedy transformed the American sitcom over the last half century. Pre-orders are open now via all major booksellers and local shops — head over to gaysitcoms.com to get all the details, to pre-order your copy, and to sign up for my newsletter to get excerpts and updates.Also, big thanks to everyone who supports The Sewers of Paris on Patreon! Patrons get hours of exclusive bonus videos about pop culture history, stickers and stuff in the mail, and shoutouts in YouTube videos.

Typical Skeptic Podcast
Return Of The Blue & Red Kachina, Pleadian Skulls, Out of Australia Theory - Steven & Evan Strong

Typical Skeptic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 63:34


Steven Strong: is a secondary school teacher with a background in Archaeology and Education. He was involved in the formation of a Graduate Diploma of Aboriginal Education for the N.S.W. Department of Education, writing units on Traditional Law and Contemporary History. He also co-authored the highly successful “Aboriginal Australia: A Language and Cultural kit”. Evan Strong: has a background in Anthropology & Indigenous Cultural Studies, Counselling & Mediation with a Bachelor's Degree in Social Sciences and Graduate Studies in Psychology. Evan has worked as a researcher for the Northern Rivers Area Health Service, a Social Worker, Teachers Aide, and a Funeral Director. They have spent many years learning, living and/or working with the Bundjalung Language Confederation (Northern Rivers Region of New South Wales), Ramindjeri (South Australia) and Gumilaroi peoples (Northern New South Wales). They operate under the doctrine of Wirritjin (Black Fella, White Fella Dreaming): In remembrance of Karno W…., spokesperson for the Ramindjeri. They work with a diverse informal network of Independent Researchers, Original Custodians/Elders, Patrons/Supporters and Friends. In consultation with Elders of Australia, we believe we have rediscovered a hidden history: The Out of Australia Theory. We have written five books “Constructing a New World Map”, “Mary Magdalene's Dreaming”, “Forgotten Origin“, “Shunned”/”Out of Australia” and “Between A Rock and a Hard Place” that rewrites the history of Australia and the world. Our books' main brief is to prove through the scientific fact that which the Elders insist is true. We have assembled facts about archaeological finds, and also early contact accounts, genetics, Serpent myths, Dreaming stories, Amerindian myths, parallels in religious texts, etc into one coherent theory. Unlike the authorities in one field who are limited in their specialty, we draw all the disciplines together and attempt to resolve the confusion. Our claim is supported by genes, mtDNA, blood and many experts, that Australian Original people set sail from Australia, not to, 50,000 years ago. We claim that Australian Original people sailed to and settled in America over 40,000 years ago, and visited many other places including Egypt, Japan, Africa, India etc. They were the first Homo sapiens who evolved before the Sapiens of Africa, and who gave the world art, axes, religion, marine technology, culture, co-operative living, language and surgery. The debate over whether they were the first people in America is virtually a closed case. Hundreds of bones and skulls have been discovered that are undeniable of “Australian Aboriginal” origin. What it all means has had even the experts mystified. Professor Clive Gamble claims we “have to construct a completely new map of the world, and how it was peopled.” We are responding to the call and attempting to clear up the confusion. We also trace the legacy of the Australian Original Dreaming found within the mystical sects and creeds. We believe its principal elements are evident in all expressions, particularly Gnosticism. Stephen and Evan's Website is: www.ouralienancestry.net For more typical skeptic podcast interviews go to: www.youtube.com/c/typicalskeptic www.anchor.fm/typical-skeptic www.rokfin.com/typicalskeptic To donate to the typical skeptic podcast buymeacoffee.com/typicalskeptic paypal me: typicalskeptic1@gmail.com #Hopi #Kachina #ElongatedSkulls #australia #podcast #typical_skeptic #alien #Ancestry #StephenStrong #EvanStrong #Viral #Youtubepodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/typical-skeptic/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/typical-skeptic/support

Curiosity Daily
Neanderthal Roommates, Sea Dragons, Hidden Egyptian

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 12:24


Hear about a new archeological site that suggests humans arrived in Europe 10,000 years earlier than previously thought, what a giant fossil could teach us about the fearsome sea dragon, and a massive archeological find in Egypt!European humans.Homo Sapiens May Have Reached Europe 10,000 Years Earlier Than Previously Thought by Bruce Bowerhttps://www.sciencenews.org/article/homo-sapiens-humans-europe-migration-earlier-france-rock-shelterModern Human Incursion into Neanderthal Territories 54,000 Years Ago at Mandrin, France by Ludovic Slimak, et al.https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.abj9496Apidima Cave Fossils Provide Earliest Evidence of Homo sapiens in Eurasia by Katerina Harvati, et al.https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-019-1376-zDragons of the sea.Huge Prehistoric 'Sea Dragon' Fossil Discovered in U.K. Reservoir by Rachel Elbaumhttps://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/prehistoric-sea-dragon-ichthyosaur-fossil-discovered-uk-reservoir-rcna11565Ichthyosaur Fossil Reptile Group by Encyclopedia Britannicahttps://www.britannica.com/animal/ichthyosaurRutland Sea Dragon: How Remarkable Ichthyosaur Fossil Was Protected by Greig Watsonhttps://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-leicestershire-59969089“The World-Renowned Ichthyosaurus”: A Nineteenth-Century Problematic and Its Representations" by John Glendeninghttps://doi.org/10.12929%2Fjls.02.1.02Lost city.Archaeologists in Egypt Discover 3,000-Year-Old ‘Lost Golden City' by Livia Gershonhttps://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/archaeologists-discover-3400-year-old-egyptian-city-180977471/Renowned Archaeologist Zahi Hawass Announces Discovery of Luxor's ‘Lost City' by Mustafa Mariehttps://www.egypttoday.com/Article/4/100658/Renowned-archaeologist-Zahi-Hawass-announces-discovery-of-Luxor%E2%80%99s-%E2%80%98Lost-City%E2%80%99The Rise and Fall of Zahi Hawass by Joshua Hammerhttps://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/the-rise-and-fall-and-rise-of-zahi-hawass-72874123/'Lost Golden City' Found in Egypt Reveals Lives of Ancient Pharaohs by BBC Newshttps://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-56686448Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to get smarter with Calli and Nate — for free! Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers.Find episode transcripts here: https://curiosity-daily-4e53644e.simplecast.com/episodes/neanderthal-roommates-sea-dragons-hidden-egyptian