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In dieser Folge haben Andrea, Helge, Joachim und ich unsere erste Group Watch Party bei Disney Plus gefeiert. Wir haben uns die erste Folge von der Serie The Mandalorien angeschaut, und unsere Reaktion währenddessen aufgezeichnet. Die Pausen, in denen wir nichts zu sagen hatten, habe ich mal rausgeschnitten. Viel Spaß dabei. YouTube : https://youtube.com/channel/UCYNzuybywEXUswX_VLmnEug Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5FLV1FTfFAowzQqveKE08E?si=Pa5lyz-2QB6YpAwQXISP3g 890 Anchor: https://anchor.fm/tauntaun Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tauntauntalk/ Blog: https://tauntauntalk.blogspot.com/ iTunes : https://podcasts.apple.com/de/podcast/tauntauntalk-zu-99-ein-star-wars-podcast/id1546722890 Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TaunTaunTalk/ Musik : https://www.beatnerd.de/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCogdLaHeox9LMaA0xKkxofw https://www.twitch.tv/beatnerdberlin https://www.instagram.com/beatnerdberlin/ http://fabulaensis.de/ TaunTaunTalk Design: https://gtjlcars.de/index01.htm?fbclid=IwAR3X7wsxnVdPwjJ5C5MrXUZ-UsPd2hLT5mT1LQCVoPPuUrSqkRng0J-ZkJM https://www.deviantart.com/cmdrkerner/gallery?fbclid=IwAR0qCz-6MVhjJplcO1z5lGB3hCw1YgYx27tlbaQ_Q_2MFjKDZEaU5dc8QFc #tauntauntalk #starwars #producerlife #fabulaensis #beatnerdberlin #cmdrkerner #starwars https://www.disneyplus.com
If we had a penny for every time we heard the phrase “Haitian border crisis” over the last few weeks, we'd be richer than Jeff Bezos (don't tell him, thanks). That phrase begs many questions - is it really a crisis? Who on earth was and is responsible for what we are seeing unfold at our southern border? Is there a reason these people aren't being granted asylum? And, what is this ambiguous Title 42 everyone keeps throwing around? We ask these questions and more in our conversation and latest episode to badass immigration lawyer, Mirlande Joachim, Esq. Shedding light on the many issues happening here and happening fast, the conversation is a starter guide for understanding what went down in Del Rio. P.S. stay with us for top stories -- we talk about Putin's baby mama, so the tea is excellent. P.P.S. Ask us all your questions and give us all your feedback on IG @girlandthegovthepodcast or via email at email@example.com.Tickets to Pregame & Politics on October 16:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pregame-politics-tickets-169502122411?aff=ebdsoporgprofileCitizen Power with Nathalia Ramos & Ben Sheehanhttps://www.onecommune.com/a/2147492814/nBoX9mJoPrima:https://www.prima.co/ Use code GIRLGOV for 20% offhttp://chng.it/8CNwdhLT79 Prima PetitionBrand Ambassador Sign Up Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSelH0p5KWISaHaBI5-9nKSUItlY_eXiEmvsudpJIcRjKhfgyA/viewformBrand Ambassador Info Sheet:https://drive.google.com/file/d/11WAWLwc9dShbSVxPMcUzc1d5Ua8KNdO2/view
Today in botanical history, we celebrate a Flemish Renaissance painter who painted the first landscapes, the American naturalist and artist who saved Prospect Park, and an American botanist who jotted down a little poem on one of the pages in his herbarium - a little known treasure. We'll hear an October excerpt from Barbara Kingsolver from one of her best-selling books. We Grow That Garden Library™ with the bible for trees and shrubs - it's a must-have monster resource. And then we'll wrap things up with the story of the Enlightenment author who captured the work of gardeners and various trades at his own peril. Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart To listen to the show while you're at home, just ask Alexa or Google to “Play the latest episode of The Daily Gardener Podcast.” And she will. It's just that easy. 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Curated News House & Garden | Nicola Harding's tips for outdoor dining | Nicola Harding Important Events October 5, 1524 Birth of Joachim Patinir, Flemish Renaissance painter of history, religion, and landscape. He worked primarily in Antwerp, and he's credited with creating landscape painting as an independent subject. Joachim's scenes are imaginary. His world landscape offers a panoramic landscape with craggy rocks and boulders jutting out a cliff on one side and partially obscuring the view. Then he usually included small figures portraying religious events. His use of vibrant colors and little details set in the sweeping landscapes is mesmerizing. October 5, 1850 Birth of William Hamilton Gibson, American illustrator, author, and naturalist. Born in Sandy Hook, Connecticut, William grew up with an immediate love of the natural world. When he was ten years old, his parents sent him to a boarding school called the Gunn school for advanced training. Frederick Gunn loved the natural world, and he incorporated the study of nature into the academic teachings of the school. As a young teen, he wrote his mother, I have just found an Imperial moth worm on a maple tree. Will you please look on one of the small apple trees in the orchard near the place where the arbor used to be… there is a tree on which I put a Cecropia worm for myself… I think a great deal of it, or I wouldn't write about it. The boys are leaving from here very fast, and we all will leave in 13 days more.... P. S. That worm that I told you about on the apple tree, if very large, must be taken off and put into a box with fresh apple leaves every day; if small, do the same. In another note to his mother, he ended with this offer, In a garden up here, there is a kind of Columbine, very large, of two kinds, purple and white and very large. I am welcome to all the seed that I want. I don't know whether you want any or not, but nevertheless, I'll get you a lot. I remain Your aff. son Willie. At the Gunn school, William was able to study all aspects of the natural world - even botany - and he benefited from being surrounded by the immersive nature of the school. He wrote, There is often an almost inexhaustible field for botanic investigation even on a single fallen tree. My scientific friend ...recently informed me... that he had spent two days most delightfully and profitably in the study of ...a single dead tree, and [was surprised to learn that] a hundred distinct species of plants congregated upon it. Plumy dicentra clustered along its length, graceful sprays of the frost-flower with its little spire of snow crystals rose up here and there, scarlet berries of the Indian turnip glowed among the leaves, and, with the ….lycopodiums and mosses, ...ferns and lichens, and [a] host of fungous growths, it [was] easy… to extend the list of species into the second hundred. It is something worth remembering the next time we go into the woods. As an adult, William lived in Brooklyn. He started out in a soul-crushing job selling insurance until the day he tried to sell insurance to a draftsman. He ended up spending the day watching him draw and immediately pivoted to pursue an art career. His first gig was drawing feathers for Harper Brothers magazine. His iconic peacock feather drawing sealed his fate as an illustrator. Once he began writing, he also became known as a nature writer. One of his favorite places to write was a wild corner of Prospect Park. There he enjoyed a rare oasis of flora and fauna unlike any other green space in the city. When the city sought to clean up the wild space by cutting trees and removing plants, William wrote articles for the newspaper and persuaded local leaders to see what the city stood to lose. After the city reversed course, William Hamilton Gibson became known as the man who saved Prospect Park. October 5, 1873 Birth of Merritt Lyndon Fernald, American botanist. He wrote over 800 papers and coauthored Edible Wild Plants of Eastern North America (1919-1920) with Alfred Kinsey, the American scientist, and sexologist. On one of his herbarium sheets, he once wrote a quick poem about the Rhodora - the pink blooming azalea found in the Northeastern United States. The gay Rhodora long the margin stands, Forerunner of the summer's fairer Rose; Yet coming as she does to ope spring's lands, She brightens every mood wherein she blows. Unearthed Words Our gardening forebears meant watermelon to be the juicy, barefoot taste of a hot summer's end, just as a pumpkin is the trademark fruit of late October. Most of us accept the latter and limit our jack-o'-lantern activities to the proper botanical season. Waiting for a watermelon is harder. It's tempting to reach for melons, red peppers, tomatoes, and other late-summer delights before the summer even arrives. But it's actually possible to wait, celebrating each season when it comes, not fretting about its being absent at all other times because something else good is at hand. ― Barbara Kingsolver, Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life Grow That Garden Library Dirr's Encyclopedia of Trees and Shrubs by Michael A. Dirr This book came out in 2011, and it is a hefty gem of a resource. This book has over 3500 photographs of over 3700 species and cultivars. Michael covers thousands of plants in this very detailed book, from flowering shrubs to weeping trees. Photos show trees in winter and other seasons to make identification and selection 100% accurate. This book is an excellent resource for gardeners, landscape architects, designers, and anyone who wants the bible for trees and shrubs. This book is 952 pages of trees and shrubs by a respected plantsman who writes with passion, candor, and wit about every possible aspect of these plants - flower color, fall color, salt or shade tolerance, winter interest, and form, just to name a few. You can get a copy of Dirr's Encyclopedia of Trees and Shrubs by Michael Dirr and support the show using the Amazon Link in today's Show Notes for around $37. Today's Botanic Spark Reviving the little botanic spark in your heart October 5, 1713 Birth of Denis Diderot, French philosopher, art critic, and writer. Denis was an ordinary man. He was not part of the aristocracy like his contemporary, Voltaire. After he started work on the first encyclopedia in France, he was imprisoned - punished for claiming that knowledge came from our senses and not from God. In this way and many others, Denis Diderot challenged the church, but he learned to be a little more discreet with his criticisms over time. Diderot's concept for his encyclopedia was to gather together the brightest minds of his time and create a series of books that shared standard academic fair like philosophy and literature and everyday jobs in the crafts and trades. This type of information had never been captured, and by including it in his encyclopedia, he elevated the people's work. Some of the work he wrote about was horticultural and floral. For Instance, he featured the work of artificial flower makers and market gardeners. Today, the illustrated pages of these jobs have become popular as pieces of art. Speaking of art, Diderot was a huge admirer of artisans and art. He was a tough critic. He once wrote, First of all, move me, surprise me, rend my heart; make me tremble, weep, shudder, outrage me! Delight my eyes, afterwards, if you can... Whatever the art form, it is better to be extravagant than cold. Denis Diderot's 28-volume Encyclopédie (1751-1772) featured work from over 100 writers covering over 71,000 entries and 20 million words. Although it was banned by both King Louis XV of France and the Vatican, Diderot's Encyclopédie was a huge success and led Diderot to devise his famous saying that, A book banned is a book read. Today the Encyclopédie is considered one of the great works of the European Enlightenment. Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener. And remember: "For a happy, healthy life, garden every day."
Guten abend meine freunde! Heute machen wir eine reise nach deutschland. Welche Seiten werden wir sehen? wen werden wir treffen? Wird Jon das lesen können? Ich denke, wir werden es herausfinden! Anyways, for those of you that don't speak German… Well you'll never know what we said there, and for those of you that do, Moody's German is rusty and we're sure Google's help in translating was probably off, so hopefully it wasn't too ridiculous. At any rate, today on the train we are back to our creepy series, and if you're remotely intuitive, you'll already know we are heading to the great country of Germany! The country that gave us some amazing inventions like the hole punch, the mp3, the coffee filter, and everyone's favorite...Fanta...and all the other crazy and cool shit they've given the world! All of that cool stuff aside, we are looking at some other stuff that Germany is giving to the world… Creepy shit! So without further ado, let's get into it! Let's start with a cryptid legend! First up we have the Nachtkrapp. The origins of the Nachtkrapp legends are still unknown, but a connection possibly exists to rook infestations in Central Europe. Already feared due to their black feathers and NoNscavenging diet, the mass gatherings quickly became an existential threat to farmers and gave rooks and crows their place in folklore as all-devouring monsters. Several versions of the Nachtkrapp exist. In most legends, the Nachtkrapp is described as a giant, nocturnal raven-like bird. The most popular (and hideous) of the legends claim that the Nachtkrapp leaves its hiding place at night to hunt. If it is seen by little children, it will abduct them. The giant bird then flies to its nest whereby it grossly devours the child by first ripping off their limbs and then picking out their heart. There are of course, other legends, in which the Nachtkrap will merely abduct children by placing them in his bag (how he holds this bag I do not yet know) and take them 'away'. There is also the Wütender Nachtkrapp (German, lit. Angry Night Raven). Despite its name, this appears to be a tamer version of the Nachtkrapp; instead of abducting children, it simply crows loudly and flutters its wings, until the children have been terrorized into silence. Then, there is the Guter Nachtkrapp (German, lit. Good Night Raven) This scary sumbitch is a benevolent version of the Nachtkrapp. This bird enters the children's room and gently sings them to sleep. Creepy shit for sure Let's stick with cryptid legends for a second. We're gonna throw the Aufhocker in here real quick too. The word Aufhocker literally means to 'lean upon'. It is a creature that is said to jump on the back or shoulders of lone wanderers at night, its attack instilling such horror in their victims that they collapse in fright. Although some myths state that the individual collapses not from fright but because once the Aufhocker attaches to a victim it grows dramatically in size/weight. The Aufhocker statue in Hildesheim Germany has depicted the Aufhocker as a human in shape. However the actual form and nature of this mythological creature is quite unclear. Interestingly, many stories apparently describe the Aufhocker as a shapeshifter, who may appear in the guise of a dog or a sad old lady (personally the sad old lady guise would be the scariest). However, the link with the dog shape-shifter is interesting because in Belgium there is a hell hound called the Kludde, whose modus operandi is remarkably similar to the Aufhocker, in that it stalks lonely roads at night, and jumps on the back of travellers ripping their throats out. However, there are other descriptions of the Aufhocker as a type of zombie (corporal undead), or kobold (type of Germanic imp) or as some type of vampire or werewolf. According to some reports the Aufhocker is "considered to be a very dangerous theriomorph that tears the throats out of humans. The connection to attacking victims in the throat is what links the aufhocker to vampirism." (A theriomorph is: a creature (usually a deity) capable of taking the form of an animal) According to myth, the aufhocker can not be killed. However, as the Aufhocker seems to have been blended with vampirism, lycanthropy and hell-hound mythology throughout the ages, it is said that they can be driven off by prayer, church bells, dawn or profuse swearing which should be no problem for us. Ok those sound pretty crazy. Let's go visit a creepy place now. The Bärenquell Brewery East Berlin Germany The fall of the Berlin Wall impacted Germany, Europe, and the world in oh so many different ways. It changed the entire world. But it also changed the world of one of our favorite things... beer. It was known among all of the Germans that the West side made much better beer than the East side. The construction of this humongous beer factory started in 1882 when the first building was constructed, the official residence of the brewery. Over the next forty years or so ten more buildings were added on the premises around the official residence. One was the administrative building with its tower in neo-Renaissance style, built in 1888. Three years later the bottle bearing building was added to the lo, sketched up and built in the Gothic revival architectural style. Just a year afterward (1902) another neo-Gothic wing was added to it. This one would function as a barrel factory and a storage room. In 1906 the main four-stories central brewery building was constructed in the same Gothic style with a castle-like appearance. After the central building was done, business was booming, and the brewery was doing nicely. What was left was to construct the other small but necessary facilities. Like a horse stable with a water tower in 1910, and the beer bottling cellar with a loading station that was used as a smaller warehouse as well. A couple more smaller warehouse buildings were built in 1920. As time moved forward some of the machinery needed repairs and the solution was very simple. They constructed a workshop building in 1927, this time diverging from the usual Gothic style the workshop was done in the style of Expressionism. The architects behind all of the buildings were Emil Holland, Robert Buntzel, and H.O.Obrikat. Sadly today only two of them remain standing, the official residence building from 1882 and the Renaissance administrative building of the Director that was added in 1888. Under Socialist rule, the Bärenquell Brewery had operated as a state-owned Volkseigenen enterprise. During the Treuhandanstalt programme of privatizing these businesses at the end of this era, the brewery was bought in 1990 by the Henniger brewery. The last Berliner Pilsener Spezial beer was bottled on 1st of April 1994 when Bärenquell beer production was moved to Kassel. Since the beer was no longer brewed in Berlin, they changed the name from Berliner Pilsener Spezial to Original Pilsener Spezial. The brand changed hands one more time. However, Bärenquell beer ceased to be brewed in 2009. After the brewery was closed some of the buildings remained to function as rental warehouses. Others were rented for different private business and small-time production factories. After a while all of them left the premises and every single building was abandoned. The place became closed to the public but that never stopped urban explorers and graffiti artist. It was also a place where young local people hung out and ironically drank beer. The buildings days are not over and even though it is heavily damaged it just may be saved and renovated. As of 2014, Bärenquell Brauerei has a new owner, a firm that owns a chain of furniture shops has the papers for the property. The plan most likely is to open another mega furniture store on the premises. Some of the brewery's smaller buildings have already been torn down to open place for the new shopping mall structure. There's not a ton of stories about hauntings here but there are a few and that's enough for us… Because it's a brewery and fuck it we can do what we want, you don't like it… Get your own podcast. Most of the things we found about hauntings here involve creepy sounds and a few shadow people stories. People claim to hear disembodied voices late at night and many report hearing sounds like things being thrown out, dropped, and banging and clanging noises. There's also been reports from kids hanging out in the brewery at night of strange shadows and possible apparitions, but to be fair… They were most likely under the influence. Ok now that we got our obligatory alcohol reference into the episode let's see what else we can find. Well let's take a nice hike… How's that sound? We could hike through the Black Forest, that could be fun… Or could it… This forest is surrounded by castles, monasteries, and ruins. The wilderness of this site has many tales to its name, making it one of the most haunted sites in Munich. Based on local folklore, ghosts, witches, werewolves and even the devil are believed to haunt this forest. One of the more well known tales from the black Forest is that of Der Grossman! Der Großmann (der Grossman), or “The Tall Man”/ "The Great Man", is a supposed mythical creature associated with woodcuts carved by an unknown artist in 16th century Germany. Said woodcuts portrayed it as a tall, disfigured man with white spheres where his eyes should be, similar in appearance to the Slender Man. Der Großmann was commonly described as a fairy of the Black Forest who abducted bad children that entered the forest at night, and would stalk them until they confessed their wrongdoings to a parent. We found A supposedly translated account from 1702 describes an alleged incident involving Der Großmann: My child, my Lars… he is gone. Taken from his bed. The only thing that we found was a scrap of black clothing. It feels like cotton, but it is softer… thicker. Lars came into my bedroom yesterday, screaming at the top of his lungs that "The angel is outside!" I asked him what he was talking about, and he told me some nonsense fairy story about Der Großmann. He said he went into the groves by our village and found one of my cows dead, hanging from a tree. I thought nothing of it at first…But now, he is gone. We must find Lars, and my family must leave before we are killed. I am sorry, my son… I should have listened. May God forgive me. Wow… Well that's unsettling. We also found a story involving a haunted hostel in the black Forest. "When I was 12 years old I went on a school trip to the Black Forest in Germany. The hostel we were staying at seemed relatively normal to begin with but each night we were more and more convinced that there was a ghostly presence. I was in a shared dormitory with 3 of my friends. It started on the first night when I was the first to fall asleep. When I awoke the next morning they asked if I had heard someone come and stand outside our bedroom door at 1am in the morning. I was asleep so I had not heard anything, so it didn't really occur to me it was anything scary. The second night we all sat up talking and at 1am we heard someone come up the stairs and stand outside our dormitory. My friend nervously laughed and the person must have heard us because they ran down the stairs so fast it left us speechless. The third night we all went to sleep quite early hoping we would sleep past 1am, however this time we awoke to one of the girls in our dorm screaming and crying. When we turned the lamp on and calmed her down she said she had turned over and saw a man sitting on the end of my bed. After that nothing happened. We sat up each night and waited until 1am but the person never came back. The day I came back from Germany I went for a nap because I was exhausted from the long journey. My mum came into my room to get my suitcase when apparently I shot upright in bed, eyes wide open, deeply breathing. My mum said she had never seen me do anything like that before and she had to lie me back down and wait for me to go back to sleep. I have no recollection of this. Since then nothing has happened but I definitely know something traumatised us in that hostel." What else can you find in the black Forest, well let us tell you. There are stories of Water nymphs that are supposed to live in the dark depths of the Mummel Lake at the foot of Hornisgrinde at Buhl, Baden. Then there's the Legend of Fremersberg Mountain A small cloister of Franciscans had a monastery on the southern slope of Fremersberg Mountain from 1426 until 1826. It was named Kloesterle. The monks were not only concerned with the spiritual health of the people, they also concerned themselves with their earthly peace. For instance, when ghosts raising a ruckus on the mountain, raised fear and anxiety among the villagers with their rumblings, the monks caught the troublemakers, put them in sacks, and carried them to poltergeist graves, where they remain banned once and for all. So the story goes..... How about the Legends of Yberg Castle Myths of this ancient castle tell of fair ladies who appear in the night; of unusual Bowling games on the first Monday of every month and of a mysterious vault, that no one could find, filled with delicious wines. Or you could go with the Myth of the Village of Ittersbach In 1232 Herman, Margrave of Baden, gave his villages of Utilspur (today called Ittersbach) and Wolmerspur to the convent St. Gallen. As a settlement Wolmerspur disappeared, but the cause is unknown whether war, plague or famine. According to myth, at midnight during Advent a headless horseman on a white steed rides in the cemetery over the terrain of the destroyed village of Wolmerspur. Then there's The Legend of Hex Von Dasenstein In the village of Kappelrodeck (Kreis Ortenau) there is an old legend surrounding the town's namesake family. High on a hill sits Rodeck Castle that was, for centuries, the seat of this aristocratic family. Centuries ago, legend has it, that a beautiful daughter of the family fell in love with a peasant boy. Her powerful father forbid her to marry the boy. The girl ran away to the other side of the valley and took up life as a hermit in a huge outcrop of rocks in the middle of the mountainside vineyards. The outcropping was known as Dasenstein. Over the years, the townsfolk came to believe that the girl was a powerful and good witch who watched over their blessed grape crops. The local wine cooperative goes by the name, Hex von Dasenstein (Witch of Dasenstein). Its wines are renown throughout Europe and in 1982, its spatburgunder (pinot noir) was named best wine in Europe and served to President Reagan during his ill fated visit to Bitburg. The Mummelsee The Mummelsee is a 17-metre-deep (about 55ft) lake at the western mountainside of the Hornisgrinde in the Northern Black Forest of Germany. The Mummelsee has a legend of a king who lived beneath the water and dragged down women to his kingdom under the water many years ago. I mean we could go on, sometimes you get a twofer… This was like a 7fer This forest is on pretty much every list of the most haunted forests in the world, sounds like for good reason! You can find all sorts of stories from the area that will make you think twice before hanging around. It seems in our travels that religious sites are usually good for some creepiness and it's no different here. We're gonna check out the Wessobrunn Monastery. Wessobrunn Abbey (Kloster Wessobrunn) was a Benedictine monastery near Weilheim in Bavaria, Germany. According to tradition, it was founded in 753 by Duke Tassilo III, but its origins probably are associated with the important Huosi family, founders of benediktbeuern. It soon became an imperial abbey. In the 9th century, when it colonized the wastelands between the Ammer and Lech Rivers, a monk wrote the famous Wessobrunn Prayer, one of the oldest and best examples of Old High German literature. In 955 Hungarians destroyed the monastery, whose lands were ruled by provosts until 1065, when Benedictines returned from sankt emmeram in Regensburg and established a double monastery. One of the nuns, Diemud, c. 1150 excelled as a poet and calligrapher (45 MSS). Romanesque stone sculpture of the 12th–13th century discovered in Wessobrunn belongs among the German masterpieces of the period. The abbey joined the reforms of hirsau and melk (1438). In 1414 Abbot Ulrich Höhenkirchner was mitered. Under Leonhard Weiss (1671–96) began a period of glory, as Wessobrunn became a center of scholarship and baroque art with its famous school of stucco artists and painters. In the 18th century 30 monks taught at Salzburg University and at other Benedictine schools of higher learning. Wessobrunn monks compiled a Bible concordance that became a standard exegetic work. Three-fourths of the buildings, including the Romanesque church, were demolished after suppression of the abbey in 1803. Only the hostelry, with stuccoed and painted floors and halls, still stands. The grounds are owned by the archabbey of St. Ottilien; the buildings of Wessobrunn are occupied by the Missionary Benedictine Sisters of Tutzing. The monastery is also known as one of the haunted sites in Germany. Based on an event in the 12th century, a sister in the monastery went into hiding in the underground tunnel because she broke her vows. She was locked inside and reported to have died of starvation. This resulted in the tale that the sister's spirit is never at rest and still roams the areas of this monastery. Many many people have reported seeing an apparition roaming the halls and grounds. There are also many reports of people hearing a lady weeping and crying. Sticking with the religious places, let's check out Kloster Unterzell. The Kloster cell was a former convent of the Premonstratensians in Zell am Main in Würzburg in Bavaria in the diocese of Wuerzburg. A dark chapter in the history of the Unterzell Monastery is the fate of the superior Maria Renata Singer von Mossau , who was sentenced to death and executed in 1749 during the witch persecution in the Würzburg monastery. This story is where the Hauntings are believed to come from. Locals and visitors to the monastery have reported witnessing her spirit passing through the corridors of the Kloster Unterzell. They say you can also see her lurking in shadows and just outside of your field of vision but disappearing when you look. You can find some stories on different reddit type sites that'll creep you out for sure. There are tons of creepy haunted castles in Germany and most of them are pretty fucking awesome to see. We've got a few for you here! We'll start with Hohenzollern Castle. The White Lady of Hohenzollern Around 500 years ago, the prince-elector of Brandenburg, Joachim II, took a mistress called Anna Sydow after his second wife, Hedwig Jagiellon of Poland, suffered a severe injury. The injury put a great strain on his marriage and the elector grew very close to Anna, putting her up in the Jagdschloss Grunewald, a Renaissance-style castle in Berlin. Joachim grew so fond of Anna that he was even seen in public with her, which disgruntled the public. They had several children together and Joachim even bestowed the title of Countess von Arneberg on his daughter, Magdalene. The years passed and one day, Joachim made his son, Johann Georg, swear an oath to protect Anna after his death. He made his son swear the oath again a year later and, a year before his death, arranged for Magdalene to be placed in the care of Johann. Despite his promises, Johann reneged on his oath and imprisoned Anna in Spandau Citadel, almost immediately after his father died. Johann then married Magdalene to a court pension clerk. Anna remained in the prison for four years until she died. Johann continued his life as elector of Brandenburg, imposing taxes on the poor and exiling the Jewish people from Brandenburg. He thought he had seen the last of Anna Sydow, but he was wrong. Eight days before his death, Anna appeared as a ghastly apparition; the White Woman. Sightings of the White Woman have persisted since that time, particularly before the death of one of the Hohenzollern Kings of Prussia. In the mid-1800s, King Frederick William IV of Prussia, stopped by Pillnitz Castle to visit his cousins, the King and Queen of Saxony. That night, everything was still. The air was cold and crisp, and it was silent as a strange fog descended on the castle. Reports by on-duty sentries from that night tell of five ghastly spectral figures walking through the castle walls and towards the King's chambers. One figure, a White Woman, led the other four, headless men carrying a casket. Inside the casket, another man lay, a crown where his head was supposed to be. The next day, King Frederick William began to suffer from terrible symptoms, which would continue for three months. He suffered a haemorrhagic stroke which would leave him incapacitated. He remained this way for three years, until he finally died. The White Woman has all but disappeared, mainly due to the German monarchy being abolished, as the House of Hohenzollern had no more kings in its line. It is said, however, that she might appear to the forsaken few who wander around the Berlin Schloss or the Spandau Citadel. Well that is a fun story… Let's check out another! Burg Eltz is a picturesque medieval castle, tucked away in the hills in the west of Germany, between Koblenz and Trier. It is one of Germany's more famous castles and has never been destroyed or taken in battle. Since its construction, and even to this day, the castle has been owned by the Eltz family. The castle is also said to be haunted by the forlorn ghost of Agnes, daughter of a fifteenth-century earl from the noble Eltz family. Agnes' hand in marriage was promised to the squire of Braunsburg when they were both just children. Years passed and as the two passed into adulthood, their engagement day drew close. Their families arranged for them to finally meet for the first time, just days before the engagement took place. Upon meeting the young squire, Agnes was shocked at how rude and callous he was. Agnes begged her father to call off the engagement, but he refused - the marriage had been sealed years ago and had to be honoured. Negotiations concerning dowry and heritage began between the two families. In the final meeting, when everything had been agreed, the squire turned to kiss his soon-to-be bride. Agnes refused to kiss her betrothed and he responded angrily, swearing vehemently at her. Tensions rose and the squire's family were expelled from the castle. The Braunsberg squire raised his forces and laid siege. The Eltzer guards were tricked into leaving the castle and chasing an expeditionary force, allowing the squire to sneak in with his heavily armoured bodyguard one night. They began massacring the Eltzer residents, servants and the few guards that were left behind. Agnes awoke to the sound of murder and upon seeing the slaughter from the window of her tower, rushed to the castle armoury. She took her brother's ornate breastplate and sword and rushed into battle, ferociously hacking back the attackers. Her courage inspired the few remaining defenders to slowly turn the tide of the battle. The attackers seemed all but beaten until an arrow struck and pierced Agnes' armour, fatally wounding her. Upon seeing her fall, the Eltzer defenders rushed the squire, hacking him down and driving off the attackers. The castle was saved but Agnes succumbed to her wounds, her spirit forever cursed to haunt the very castle she fought to defend. And what tour of creepy castles would be complete without…. Fucking Frankenstein's castle. On a hilltop in the Odenwald mountain range, overlooking the German city of Darmstadt, are the crumbling remains of the real-life Frankenstein Castle. The stone structure has stood upon the hilltop since the mid-13th century. Some say that the castle's dark legend made its way to a young Mary Shelley, providing inspiration for her great novel. While “Frankenstein” conjures thoughts of mad scientists and lumbering monsters, the phrase is in fact a fairly normal phrase for castles in southern Germany. The term “Frank” refers to the ancient Germanic tribe, while “stein” means stone. “Frankenstein” means “Stone of the Franks.” Lord Conrad II Reiz of Breuberg constructed the castle sometime around 1250. He christened the structure Frankenstein Castle, and afterward adopted the name “von und zu Frankenstein.” As founder of the free imperial Barony of Frankenstein, Lord Conrad held power over nearby Darmstadt, Ockstadt, Nieder-Beerbach, Wetterau, and Hesse. As for the castle's dark legend, that can be traced back to alchemist Johann Conrad Dippel, who was born in the castle in 1673. It is suggested that Dippel influenced Mary Shelley's fantasy when she wrote her Frankenstein novel, though there is no mention of the castle in Shelley's journals from the time. However, it is known that in 1814, prior to writing the famous novel, Shelley took a journey on the river Rhine. She spent a few hours in the town of Gernsheim, which is located about 16 kilometres (10 miles) from the castle. Several nonfiction books on the life of Mary Shelley claim Dippel as a possible influence. Dippel created an elixir known as Dippel's Oil. Derived from pulverized animal bones, the dark, viscous oil was used as late as World War II, as a chemical warfare agent that rendered wells undrinkable without actually making the water poisonous. Rumors surrounding Dippel hold that, during his time at Frankenstein Castle, he practiced anatomy as well as alchemy, even going so far as to exhume corpses and perform medical experiments on them. There are some reports claiming that Dippel actually created a monster that was brought to life by a bolt of lightning—though it seems most likely that Shelley's tale inspired these stories, and not the other way around. Rumours about Dippel appear to be modern inventions, too. For example, he is said to have performed experiments with cadavers, in which he attempted to transfer the soul of one cadaver into another. Soul-transference with cadavers was a common experiment among alchemists at the time and was a theory that Dippel supported in his writings, thus making it possible that Dippel pursued similar objectives, but there is no direct evidence to link him to these specific acts. There is also no evidence to the rumour that he was driven out of town when word of his activities reached the ears of the townspeople — though he was often banned from countries, notably Sweden and Russia, for his controversial theological positions. He also eventually had to flee to Giessen after killing a man in a duel. An intriguing local legend tells of a Lord Georg of Frankenstein, who lived in the castle and fought a dragon that lurked at a nearby well. The legend goes that the lord was stung by the dragon's poison tail during the skirmish, and died after making his way back to the castle. The supposed tomb of Lord Georg can still be visited in the church in the nearby village of Nieder Beerbach. The forest near the castle is also home to a particularly eerie natural anomaly. Due to magnetic stone formations within the mountains, there are places near Frankenstein Castle where compasses cease to work properly. Legends say that witches used these areas for their sabbaths on Walpurgisnacht. In 2008, the SyFy show Ghost Hunters International dedicated an entire episode to Frankenstein Castle. While there, the investigators met with a Frankenstein expert and claimed that the castle held “significant paranormal activity.” Sounds were recorded in the castle's chapel and entrance tower, including a recording of what some believe was a voice speaking in Old German saying, “Arbo is here.” Also, Hidden behind the herb garden of the castle, there is a fountain of youth. Legend has it that on the first full-moon after Walpurgis Night, old women from the nearby villages had to undergo tests of courage. The one who succeeded became rejuvenated to the age she had been on the night of her wedding. It is not known if this tradition is still being practiced these days. Sounds like a fun place! This next one isn't necessarily a haunted spot but we found the story and thought it was cool. It's about a "devil's bridge". One of the most famous Devil's bridges in the world is the Steinerne Brücke (Stone Bridge) in Regensburg, Germany. The legend behind the Stone Bridge is quite the amazing tale. The story involves a race between two builders, the mentor versus his protégé. The mentor was building a cathedral while his protégé was constructing a bridge—the two of them made a bet, and the bet was to see who could finish their structure first. Eager to beat his mentor, the protégé made a deal with the Devil. In this pact, the Devil would receive the first three souls to cross the bridge. With the Devil's help the protégé won the bet. Filled with regret, the protégé guarded the bridge, refusing to let anyone cross. He was later visited by his mentor who was concerned by his behavior. The protégé broke down and confessed to his mentor of the deal he made with the Devil. The mentor came to the young man's aid, sending a rooster, a hen and a dog over the bridge. The Devil was so enraged that he was tricked by the cunning mentor, he attempted to destroy the bridge, but it was too strong to be ruined. However, the Devil's attempt did leave a bump in the middle of the bridge that is still there to this day. Awesome story. Next up we headed back to school… Wait no fuck that. We'll just talk about a school haunted by… Well.. Nazis of course. Bitburg school is no ordinary school. It's an American school for children of service members. The school is also taught by military servicemen, which means that people who see ghosts here have military connections. Back before Bitburg became a United States military base, it was a Nazi military zone. In the interwar years, Bitburg, like most of the Eifel region, was impoverished and comparatively backward. Economic growth began after the Nazi Seizure of Power and the Nazi regime's introduction of employment-boosting public works projects, including infrastructure for war, particularly the Westwall; new armed forces barracks; and the development of the Kyll Valley railway. It is said that the building now used as the post office at Bitburg Annex (what is left of Bitburg Air Base) was the headquarters for Adolf Hitler when he was in the city. In late December 1944, Bitburg was 85 percent destroyed by Allied bombing attacks, and later officially designated by the U.S. military as a "dead city." Subsequently, the town was occupied by Luxembourg soldiers, who were replaced by French forces in 1955. As you can imagine… Some pretty fucked up things probably went on in the area which would most likely lead to some crazy hauntings. Most of them seem to be focused at the bitburg middle school. There are many reports from reputable military individuals about the strange goings on at the school. Many people have their lights flickering on and off throughout the school. It's apparently a pretty common occurrence. People also report that at night the sounds of people screaming at the top of their lungs can be heard. Are these the voices of people that were tortured or killed in the area? There are a few stories about people seeing shadows and apparitions as well. Damn maybe we would have actually liked going to school if our school was like this! Lastly for this episode we're gonna visit Osnabrück Hünenbetten. This place used to be a major pagan temple and gravesite. When Charlemagne set out on a tirade to convert the inhabitants of the region to Christianity, a bloody massacre took place here. Now massacres, as we all know, are not a pleasant thing and this one led to the deaths of many pagan priests. The troops destroyed the largest altar stone to prove the supremacy of the Christian God over paganism. So it's no surprise that there are some crazy tales that come from this place. Take for instance the stories of how people see bloodstains appear on the rocks at the site, especially on the winter and summer equinox. There are reports of poltergeist activity as well. It's also said that on quiet nights you can hear the screens of the people who were massacred. There's also reports of strange lights and orbs being seen at the site as well. Okay, meine Freunde, das ist alles, was wir für diese Episode haben. wir hoffen, euch hat unsere Zugfahrt im gruseligen Deutschland gefallen. 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Diese Frage beantwortet Joachim Loh, Unternehmer und früherer Geschäftsführer der Firma Hailo. Er gibt dabei spannende und inspirierende Einblicke, wie er es geschafft hat, seinen oftmals herausfordernden beruflichen Alltag mit seinem Glauben an Jesus zu verbinden.
Nasir Joachim, Marketing Agency Owner Short-form videos are taking the social media world by storm while helping businesses grow. I have been editing and creating videos since Microsoft Movie Maker and it's so fascinating to see the growth of video since then. I will be breaking down important points you need to understand to create an engaging video in a short amount of time. I can't wait to share with you all my secrets and finally giving you everything that you have been asking for and more.
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Bob and Mike talk a bit about the Pavement tour of Europe in 2022, plus play and discuss some songs from Katy Kirby, Bdrmm, Mansfield TYA, Amanaz, Joachim & Rolf Kühn, and Mustafa Özkent.
In diesem Gespräch teilen wir persönliche SPIRITUELLE Erfahrungen, die dir mehr Halt und Vertrauen geben sollen. Es sind Erlebnisse, die teilweise unglaublich sind und deshalb umso wichtiger, dass wir davon berichten, damit auch du ein Auge für deine Erfahrungen machen kannst. Dieses Gespräch ist TEIL 2 vom Dialog „Wie werde ich alleine GLÜCKLICH? Bedingungslos im Leben und in der Liebe“. Hier geht es zum TEIL 1 https://youtu.be/zpbprUDwCu8 Im Gespräch: Stefan Müller, er ist ein arbeitstüchtiger Mann, er litt lange an Depression und Alkoholsucht, heute sagte er „Ich platze vor Glück und das ohne Grund!“ Viviane Suchomel Emotions- & Kommunikationstrainerin Interview mit Viviane über SEHNSUCHT & ABHÄNGIGKEIT https://youtu.be/4c7ePYI05W0 Joachim Schaffer Suchomel Sprachexperte, Symboldeuter und Buchautor Interviews mit Joachim: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkLr1oCzTenStoewmRIfknoIhClLE_Bv0 *** SEMINAR mit Viviane & mir*** https://kurs.jutta-reinke.de/s/JuttaReinke/Sehnsucht-in-Balance-Online-Seminar Zu YouTube: https://youtu.be/9GFFQO6fnKE VIEL SPASS Jutta
Wie soll das gehen, fragst du dich vielleicht? Oder vielleicht kennst du diesen Zustand, weist aber nicht, wie du den Zustand halten kannst? In diesem vierköpfigen Dialog möchten wir dir erprobte TIPPS mit an die Hand geben, wie auch du vor Freude platzt, dir die Freudentränen kommen und das nur durch DEIN SEIN. Unabhängig und frei von äußeren Umständen. Im Gespräch: Stefan Müller, er ist ein arbeitstüchtiger Mann, er litt lange an Depression und Alkoholsucht, heute sagte er „Ich platze vor Glück und das ohne Grund!“ Viviane Suchomel Emotions- & Kommunikationstrainerin Interview mit Viviane über SEHNSUCHT & ABHÄNGIGKEIT https://youtu.be/4c7ePYI05W0 Joachim Schaffer Suchomel Sprachexperte, Symboldeuter und Buchautor Interviews mit Joachim: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkLr1oCzTenStoewmRIfknoIhClLE_Bv0 *** SEMINAR mit Viviane & mir*** https://kurs.jutta-reinke.de/s/JuttaReinke/Sehnsucht-in-Balance-Online-Seminar Zum Podcast https://anchor.fm/jutta-reinke >>> TEIL 2 des Gesprächs findest du hier: https://youtu.be/9GFFQO6fnKE VIEL SPASSSSSS Jutta
In this episode, Nasir Joachim, Social Media Guru and business owner, talks how riches (your highs in life) to rags (your lows in life) will help you rise (where you want and deserve to be). From living well to being homeless, to standing up for himself and walking proudly into his sexuality, we go all in!! There is something for everyone to relate to in this episode and it will challenge you to leap from the complacency that you may be sitting in right now. Everything is talked, from versatility, powering your strengths, strategies to feel the power in your rise, perspective, feeling alone, forgiveness, core values, mindset and so much more. Nasir's story will have your mouth wide open and this is only the tip of the iceberg to gauge a renewed perspective. The Breakdown: The affirmation for this episode is, "I am the Narrator & Editor of my story. I will begin with a new chapter today." Listen in, as Nasir Joachim, joins Lolita E. Walker on Coaching, Cocktails & Conversations, The Podcast. Minute 03.41 - Episode Intro Minute 1.07 - Welcome Minute 1.48 - Powerful Affirmation from Walker & Walker Enterprises. "I am the Narrator & Editor of my story. I will begin a new chapter today." Grab your 40-deck of affirmation cards at https://www.lolitawalker.com/shop + Reminder of the power episode where I talked with Ingrid Clay on Rebounding with Resilance - https://podcast.lolitawalker.com/episode-2-with-ingrid-s-clay/ Minute 5.17 - Coaching - A chat on 4 strategies to RISE: Remember and reflect; I am; Surround yourself with excellence; and Expect growth. Check out the details for conversatios and strategies around each. Minute 15.04 - Cocktails - A super shout out to retreat guest, Jasmine, who left the most amazing testimonial on IG. Thank you! Minute 18.43 - Conversations - Welcome ot Nasir Joachim. More Deets: To get in touch with Nasir for social media expertise or to learn more of his story: IG - https://www.instagram.com/nasir_joachim/ FB - https://www.facebook.com/nasirjoachim LI - https://www.linkedin.com/in/nasir-joachim/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/nasir_joachim To get in touch with Lolita: Book - https://www.lolitawalker.com/the-book Power Pack Download - https://www.lolitawalker.com/shop Coaching & Speaking - https://www.lolitawalker.com
In this episode of the Rock's Backpages podcast, Mark Pringle, Martin Colyer and Jasper Murison-Bowie discuss the writing of Creem legend Jaan Uhelszki, who is the featured writer on the week's homepage. Her open letter to Smokey Robinson, interview with Suzi Quatro, appraisal of proto-punk band Death and onstage escapades with KIϟϟ provide the trio with an opportunity to enthuse about her marvellous, stylish prose. On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Buena Vista Social Club, they then consider the unusual circumstances that led Ry Cooder and his son Joachim to record with a group of Cuban musicians. Mark and Martin confess their initial scepticism of the project, but admit that it (and various offshoots featuring Rubén González and Manuel Galbán) won them over, while Jasper contemplates its enduring appeal and timeless nature. The three of them then listen to clips from the week's audio interview, which features Lindsey Buckingham in conversation with Bud Scoppa in 2011, on Rumours, Tusk, and his own solo output, before Mark and Jasper pick out their highlights from their additions to the library. Mark's selections include a reader's letter to Robert Shelton regarding folk vs folk rock in 1966 and Burt Bacharach at the Cow Palace in 1971, plus a review of Paul Butterfield's Better Days that prompts Mark and Martin to wax lyrical about guitarist Amos Garrett. Jasper elects to feature a scathing review of the Killers' Sam's Town, an altogether more positive review of Blood Orange's Negro Swan, and a report on German pyrotechnics-enthusiasts Rammstein. Pieces discussed: Smokey Robinson, Suzi Quatro, Death, KIϟϟ, Ry Cooder in Havana, Buena Vista Social Club, Ry and son Joachim, Lindsey Buckingham audio, The Who, Folk rock, Sly Stone, Leonard Cohen, Burt Bacharach, Peter Gabriel, The Smiths, Radiohead, Aretha Franklin, Paul Butterfield's Better Days, Jackson Browne, Paul Mathur, Nirvana, Pulp, The Killers, Blood Orange and Rammstein. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of the Rock's Backpages podcast, Mark Pringle, Martin Colyer and Jasper Murison-Bowie discuss the writing of Creem legend Jaan Uhelszki, who is the featured writer on the week's homepage. Her open letter to Smokey Robinson, interview with Suzi Quatro, appraisal of proto-punk band Death and onstage escapades with KIϟϟ provide the trio with an opportunity to enthuse about her marvellous, stylish prose. On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Buena Vista Social Club, they then consider the unusual circumstances that led Ry Cooder and his son Joachim to record with a group of Cuban musicians. Mark and Martin confess their initial scepticism of the project, but admit that it (and various offshoots featuring Rubén González and Manuel Galbán) won them over, while Jasper contemplates its enduring appeal and timeless nature. The three of them then listen to clips from the week's audio interview, which features Lindsey Buckingham in conversation with Bud Scoppa in 2011, on Rumours, Tusk, and his own solo output, before Mark and Jasper pick out their highlights from their additions to the library. Mark's selections include a reader's letter to Robert Shelton regarding folk vs folk rock in 1966 and Burt Bacharach at the Cow Palace in 1971, plus a review of Paul Butterfield's Better Days that prompts Mark and Martin to wax lyrical about guitarist Amos Garrett. Jasper elects to feature a scathing review of the Killers' Sam's Town, an altogether more positive review of Blood Orange's Negro Swan, and a report on German pyrotechnics-enthusiasts Rammstein. Pieces discussed: Smokey Robinson, Suzi Quatro, Death, KIϟϟ, Ry Cooder in Havana, Buena Vista Social Club, Ry and son Joachim, Lindsey Buckingham audio, The Who, Folk rock, Sly Stone, Leonard Cohen, Burt Bacharach, Peter Gabriel, The Smiths, Radiohead, Aretha Franklin, Paul Butterfield's Better Days, Jackson Browne, Paul Mathur, Nirvana, Pulp, The Killers, Blood Orange and Rammstein.
Verfangen im 3-Schicht-System "Leben"? Hört Euch an, wie unser Podcast-Gast Joachim Franz sich drei Jahre lang mit diesem und vielen weiteren interessanten Themen auseinandergesetzt hat. Daraufhin hat sich sein ganzes Leben um 180 Grad gewendet. Von der Partymaus zum abenteuerlustigen Aids-Aktivisten. Wie sich Joachim mit 123kg bis zum Extremsportler entwickelt hat, beeindruckt wahrscheinlich nicht nur uns!
Come on a journey with Angela Sealana as she guides us in an audio pilgrimage to the Church of St. Anne in Jerusalem, built over the Virgin Mary's birthplace, the home of Mary's parents Sts. Joachim and Anne. During our journey, we will: Learn about the history of this famous church and the City of Jerusalem itself Take you on a guided walk through the Church –what you would see, experience, and hear as a pilgrim Learn about the history of sacred music along with various samples, and will define some terms like Gregorian chant, Byzantine, etc. Much more! Click here to see photos, a video of Fr. Victor Shoemaker singing the Salve Regina, listen to audio clips of the sacred music used In this Program, and a map view of St. Anne Church. Jewel for the Journey: “There is the music of heaven in all things, but we have forgotten to hear it until we sing.” – St. Hildegard of Bingen Learn more at PilgrimCenterOfHope.org/Journeys Help us spread hope! PilgrimCenterOfHope.org/Donate
St Joachim was of the tribe of Judah and a descendant of King David. St Anna was of the tribe of Levi, the daughter of a priest named Matthan. Matthan's three daughters were Mary, Zoia and Anna. Mary became the mother of Salome the Myrrhbearer; Zoia bore Elizabeth, mother of St John the Baptist; and Anna married Joachim in Nazareth. Joachim and Anna, to their great sorrow, were barren for fifty years. They lived prayerfully and kept only a third of their income for themselves, giving a third to the poor and a third to the Temple. Once when they had come to Jerusalem to offer sacrifice at the Temple, Joachim was publicly scorned by the High Priest Issachar for his childlessness. Joachim and Anna, greatly grieved, prayed fervently that God would grant them the miracle that he had wrought for Abraham and Sarah, and give them a child in their old age. Once, as each was praying separately in a secluded place, angels appeared to each of them and revealed to them that they would be given a blessed daughter, `by whom all nations will be blessed, and through whom will come the salvation of the world.' They both rushed home to tell one another the joyous news, and embraced when they met. (This is the moment depicted in their icon.) Anna conceived and gave birth to the Most Holy Theotokos. Both reposed in peace, not long after they had sent her to live in the Temple.
Full Text of ReadingsFeast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Lectionary: 636All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________The Saint of the day is Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Maryof the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary The Church has celebrated Mary's birth since at least the sixth century. A September birth was chosen because the Eastern Church begins its Church year with September. The September 8 date helped determine the date for the feast of the Immaculate Conception on December 8. Scripture does not give an account of Mary's birth. However, the apocryphal Protoevangelium of James fills in the gap. This work has no historical value, but it does reflect the development of Christian piety. According to this account, Anna and Joachim are infertile but pray for a child. They receive the promise of a child who will advance God's plan of salvation for the world. Such a story, like many biblical counterparts, stresses the special presence of God in Mary's life from the beginning. Saint Augustine connects Mary's birth with Jesus' saving work. He tells the earth to rejoice and shine forth in the light of her birth. “She is the flower of the field from whom bloomed the precious lily of the valley. Through her birth the nature inherited from our first parents is changed.” The opening prayer at Mass speaks of the birth of Mary's Son as the dawn of our salvation, and asks for an increase of peace. Reflection We can see every human birth as a call for new hope in the world. The love of two human beings has joined with God in his creative work. The loving parents have shown hope in a world filled with travail. The new child has the potential to be a channel of God's love and peace to the world. This is all true in a magnificent way in Mary. If Jesus is the perfect expression of God's love, Mary is the foreshadowing of that love. If Jesus has brought the fullness of salvation, Mary is its dawning. Birthday celebrations bring happiness to the celebrant as well as to family and friends. Next to the birth of Jesus, Mary's birth offers the greatest possible happiness to the world. Each time we celebrate her birth, we can confidently hope for an increase of peace in our hearts and in the world at large. Saint of the Day Copyright Franciscan Media
From traveling this summer to places where few people will be, to remembering the events leading up to the Fatima Apparitions of the Virgin Mary in 1917. On September 8th the Virgin Mary is remembered during the celebration of the Nativity of the Theotokos. In the Western Church it's the Nativity of the Virgin Mary. September 9th is the remembrance of her parents SS. Joachim and Anna, which is celebrated in the Eastern Church. Then on September 13 is a reminder of when the Madonna appeared for the 5th time to the young seers 104 years ago in Fatima, Portugal. There are links, photos and more about this on my website. I value feedback through the comments section on my website OR- Better via email at NikosSteves@gmail.com Constant Procession tells of key apparitions of the Virgin Mary since she passed on from the world and how she serves humanity through Christianity. The origin of these podcasts began with my book The Constant Procession. An e-book copy of the book can be found on my website: ConstantProcession.com Constant Procession (the podcast) is published every Tuesday morning and has links, photos, video and more information for each episode at ConstantProcession.com
Sind gute Eltern die besseren Mitarbeiter? Mit dieser Fragestellung hat sich Joachim Lask in seinem Buch "Gute Eltern sind die besseren Mitarbeiter" auseinandergesetzt. Als er bei Power ON zu Gast war, erzählt er warum er glaubt, dass Unternehmen sich noch um Eltern als Angestellte reißen werden und welche Kompetenzen wir als Eltern tagtäglich in der Familie trainieren und weiterentwickeln, die auch für Unternehmen ein riesen Asset sein können. Joachim teilt mit uns Wie er dazu gekommen ist sich mit dem Thema Familienkompetenzen auseinanderzusetzen Was Beispiele für Familienkompetenzen sind und inwiefern sie für Unternehmen oder Organisationen wertvoll sein können Warum Familie ein fantastisches Wachstumsfeld ist für die Entwicklung oder Schulung von gewissen Kompetenzen Was Unternehmen tun können, um Mitarbeiter einzuladen ihre Familienkompetenzen sich bewusst zu machen und sie einzubringen Hör rein und lass dich inspirieren. Es ist eine ganz wunderbare Folge, die dir ermöglichen wird Fähigkeiten in dir wahrzunehmen, die dir bisher vielleicht noch nicht einmal bewusst waren. Möchtest du mit Joachim Kontakt aufnehmen oder mehr über seine Arbeit erfahren? Dann findest du hier die Infos zum online Kurs, seinen Büchern und seiner Webseite: Kostenloser online Kurs "Was ist informelles Lernen": https://kompetenzexpert.de/?course=was-ist-informelles-lernen App: Be:able Webseite von Joachim: https://workfamily-enrichment.de/ Bücher von Joachim: "Gute Eltern sind bessere Mitarbeiter" und "PEP4Kids" (https://pep4kids.net/) Und wenn du magst, teile auch gerne mit mir was deine grösste Erkenntnis aus dieser Folge für dich ist oder welche Frage du zu dem Thema vielleicht auch hast. Ich freue mich von dir zu lesen. Schön, dass es dich gibt und schön, dass du Hörer / -in von Power ON bist. Power ON! Deine Elisabeth ---- Jeden Donnerstag eine neue Folge von Power On Möchtest du wieder Priorität im eigenen Leben sein? Dann kannst du dich hier für meinen online Kurs: Hol dir deine Power zurück anmelden https://www.elisabeth-thiessen.com/hol-dir-deine-power-zurueck-2/ Let's keep in touch https://elisabeth-thiessen.com
I speak with author and independent journalist, Joachim Hagopian, about his 5-volume series about the history of child trafficking and torture and of it’s relationship to the authoritarian institutions of the world. Read it online here. Joachim’s blog: https://empireexposed.blogspot.com/ You can hear the full episode and get other exclusive content by becoming a Patron starting... Read More
Le dimanche 27 août 2017, 180 adultes et plusieurs enfants célèbrent un mariage dans la salle des fêtes de la commune de Pont-de-Beauvoisin. Jennifer et Joachim de Araujo, des cousins, ont été invités à la noce. Ils ont emmené leurs deux filles : Colleen, 12 ans et Maëlys, 9 ans. Aux alentours de 3 heures du matin, le DJ passe au moins deux chansons que Maëlys aime particulièrement. Sa mère ne la voit et commence à la chercher discrètement. Vers 3h15, Jennifer de Araujo, de plus en plus inquiète, signale la disparition de sa fille au micro du DJ. La fête de mariage s'interrompt et fait place aux premières recherches pour retrouver Maëlys. Les jours qui suivent sa disparition, Maëlys reste introuvable mais un fichier et toute une série de témoignages vont faire surgir une silhouette qui se trouvait à la fête. Un certain dénommé Nordhal Lelandais. Ecoutez L'heure du Crime avec Jean-Alphonse Richard du 26 août 2021
Regenerative ocean farming has been identified as a key solution to climate change. It's the practice of growing seaweed along with several kinds of shellfish like oysters and mussels not just to feed people, but also to heal the oceans. HavHøst or OceanHarvest is an NGO helping communities throughout the Nordics get set up with toolkits to grow, harvest, and eat from the sea without harming nature or existing underwater ecosystems. In this episode, Joachim Hjerl shares how a crazy idea of growing 20 oysters in Copenhagen's central harbor became a movement of blue community gardens. 7:30 An intro to regenerative ocean farming 14:30 Growing a network of community-supported farms 23:00 Working with policymakers to enable solutions 36:00 Creating a market to support supply 43:00 Cultural acceptance around new foods For more conversations, join our community on Instagram or check out other episodes on www.nordicfoodtech.io.
On 23rd August 1939, Vyacheslav Molotov and Joachim von Ribbentrop – the Soviet foreign minister and the German foreign minister – signed the Treaty of Non-aggression between Germany and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, otherwise known as the Nazi-Soviet ...
Joachim Kroll, the serial killer no one suspected. Two men served prison terms for his crimes and 3 others killed themselves after being accused of his crimes. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/truecrimetps/support
We're back with a brand new season of BAOS Podcast, and this one is something very special and very close to us. We'll be focusing this entire season on Link Up, a non-profit started by the good folks behind Microbrasserie 5e Baron in Aylmer, QC and Tiffany and Cee here at BAOS and High Season Co. Our aim with this program is to help BIPOC from underrepresented communities learn about and enter the craft beer industry in essentially any area they wish - from a brewing apprentice to taking the Cicerone course for front-of-house opportunities, from hop farming to the yeast lab, from beer media to design and photography, we're here to help diversify an industry that is in dire need of it. To launch Link Up, we've collaborated with 6 partner breweries for 6 amazing beers over 6 weeks in August and September 2021, starting with one of the leaders in giving back in Canadian craft beer, Dominion City. Co-Founder Josh McJannett and CFO Stephane Joachim joined Tiffany and Cee to discuss their Link Up beer, why they got involved, why diversity is important to them, how having a diverse team has helped them get to where they are today and why they've continued to be so community-focused. This was a great one, cheers! Link Up Apply for the program via their website | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook BAOS Podcast Subscribe to the podcast on YouTube | Website | Theme tune: Cee - BrewHeads
Hans Joachim-Erbel ist der neue Präsident der Deutschen Reiterlichen Vereinigung (FN). Er kam mit 10 Jahren durch seine Schwester zur Reiterei und war später im Beruf bei der „Reed Exhibitions Deutschland GmbH“ auch für die Equitana zuständig. Und über die Equitana lernte er auch die FN genauer kennen. Als Hans-Joachim Erbel sein Unternehmen in Folge der Coronakrise verlassen musste, trat Generalsekretär Soenke Lauterbach an ihn heran und schlug ihm das Amt des Präsidenten vor. In dieser Folge des wehorse-Podcasts spricht der neue FN-Präsident mit Christian Kröber darüber, warum er sich für die Wahl zum Präsidenten aufstellen ließ und welche Punkte ihm zukünftig wichtig sind. Spendenkonto der Deutschen Reiterlichen Vereinigung (FN) für die Opfer der Flutkatastrophe: Verwendungszweck: Flutkatastrophe Juli 2021 IBAN: DE23 4126 2501 0006 2228 03 BIC: GENODEM1AHL Volksbank eG
Joachim Raff - Symphony No. 5 "Lenore": 4th movement Slovak State Philharmonic Orchestra, Kosice Urs Schneider, conductor More info about today's track: Naxos 8.223455 Courtesy of Naxos of America, Inc. Subscribe You can subscribe to this podcast in Apple Podcasts, or by using the Daily Download podcast RSS feed. Purchase this recording Amazon
This week we have Joachim Brackx. We discuss the self and how our perceptions play an important part in compassion, self-love, and acceptance. Joachim Brackx was born at the seaside in Belgium and had a successful career as a singer and composer before turning to entrepreneurship. As he healed himself from trauma, grew as a human being, and connected with others and himself more deeply, he decided to help others walk a similar path. This is how the podcast Relating to Self was born, based on the insight that the most important relationship we will ever have is the one we have with ourselves. Joachim also records meditations for Insight Timer, is a member of Sandbox, and leads Vectoria Designs, a crafting company. He is passionate about ethics, compassion, relating, and good food. http://www.relatingtoself.com/ https://vectoriadesigns.com/
Un tipo común y corriente, de pequeña estatura, y analfabeto, con un coeficiente intelectual por debajo de la media, sería el protagonista de una historia impactante dada a conocer en el año 1976 luego de su detención. un descuido, que ocasiono que las cañerías se taparan llevaron al desarrollo de este caso, pues durante años Alemania buscaba al cazador del Ruhr, quien fue nombrado así por los pobladores, luego de tan sorprendentes hallazgos. A lo largo de 20 años, un hombre se las ingenió para no dejar rastro, ya que su modus operandi era ejecutado de diferente manera, y no lograban encontrar un patrón en común, por consiguiente, crear un perfil certero era muy difícil, y la policía no sabía si se trataba de un mismo perpetrador…
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In this episode we discuss a novel idea in the healthcare and AI space: using Swarm Learning and blockchain technology for decentralized and confidential machine learning on clinical data. This promising new framework for collaborative research improves both algorithm performance and preserves patient privacy. This idea has been pioneered by Dr. Joachim Schultze, who recently published an exciting new paper on the subject in Nature. Dr. Joachim Schultze is a professor of Genomics and Immunoregulation at the DZNE in Germany and the University of Bonn. 2:30 Introduction and Background 6:00 Studying Broadly as an Academic 9:10 Joachim Schultze's introduction to A.I. through work on Leukemia 14:45 Recent Nature Paper - Swarm Learning & The Blockchain 21:10 Federated Learning vs. Swarm Learning 23:00 Using the Blockchain and Smart Contracts to Secure Data Sets 25:00 External Threats to the Swarm 29:40 Reaching Agreement Before Inter-Institutional Swarm Learning 35:50 Utilizing Multiple Nodes to Answer a Clinical Question 39:18 Reducing Technology-Driven Noise and Decreasing Bias With the Swarm 44:50 Open Science, Open Insights, But is Open Data Absolutely Necessary? 46:46 The Necessity of an Interprofessional Team to Complete This Project 48:30 Next Steps For This Project 54:10 Central Maintenance For The Swarm 55:10 Future of A.I. in Medicine 59:40 What Advice Would You Give To Your 20-Year Old Self Interviewer: David Wu Producer: Aaron Schumacher & Alexander Jacobs Art: Saurin Kantesaria @saorange314 - Instagram
This week's spiritual pilgrimage, Angela Sealana will lead us on a journey to the Western Wall of the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem. During our spiritual pilgrimage, Angela will discuss: Take you on a guided walk around the Western Wall. We'll hear about the history of the original Temple, and what it was like during the time of Jesus, And we'll meet two people known for their association with the Temple, Saints Joachim and Anne, the grandparents of Jesus. Click here to see photos and a map view of the Western Wall Jewel for the Journey: “Do you not know that you are the temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwells in you?” (1 Corinthians 3:16) Learn more at PilgrimCenterOfHope.org/Journeys Help us spread hope! PilgrimCenterOfHope.org/Donate
Monday, July 26th is the feast of Sts. Joachim and Anne. These holy grandparents of Jesus are certainly our spiritual grandparents as well. Grandparents are truly a blessing. Let's talk about how we just love our grandmothers and grandfathers. 1-833-288-3986
Father Ed Broom, OMV, serves as Associate Pastor at St. Peter Chanel Church in Hawaiian Gardens, California. He is a member of the Religious Order, Oblates of the Virgin Mary, and was ordained by Saint John Paul II in St Peter's Basilica on May 25, 1986. Fr. Ed is a Retreat Master and teaches Catholic […] The post STS. JOACHIM AND ANNE appeared first on Fr. Ed Broom, OMV.
These difficult times demand that we turn back to the beautiful mystery of who God is and what it means to be His cherished children. Listen in to the daily homilies from the Marian Fathers at the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy. May they help you to live by God's will that you may play an active and effective role in a world whose wellbeing requires authentic Christian witness!Support our Ministries here. ★ Support this podcast ★
Monday, July 26th is the feast of Sts. Joachim and Anne. These holy grandparents of Jesus are certainly our spiritual grandparents as well. Grandparents are truly a blessing. Let's talk about how we just love our grandmothers and grandfathers. 1-833-288-3986
In vielen Zeitschriften und Zeitungen des sogenannten Dritten Reiches sieht man Fotos von ihm, die ihn als schneidigen, gutaussehenden SS-Sturmbannführer zeigen. Manchmal trägt er zur Mütze mit dem Totenkopf und der schwarzen Uniform noch lässig eine Zigarette in der Hand: So soll Joachim Peiper dabei helfen, der SS ein positives Image zu verschaffen. Autor: Michael Reinartz
Prof. Joachim J. Savelsberg, Knowing about Genocide: Armenian Suffering and Epistemic Struggles (Oakland, California: University of California Press, 2021) Interviewed by Dr. Asya Darbinyan (Clark University) [July 1, 2021]