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Shed Some Lite
Weird Wednesday Volume 52: The Assassination of RFK

Shed Some Lite

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 23:40


In our 3rd Weird Wednesday episode revolving around the Kennedys, Jack takes us through the fishy circumstances surrounding the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy. With CIA, police, and mob ties, this story takes some twists and turns and is still developing within the past few months. Grab a cold Miller Lite with us as we hope you learn something new! Follow us on social media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shedsomelitepod/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ShedSomeLite Email: shedsomelitepodcast@gmail.com Leave us a message: https://anchor.fm/shedsomelite-44/message --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shedsomelite-44/support

History Homos
Ep. 72 - Israel vs. The Kennedys ft. Ryan Dawson

History Homos

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 117:56


This week we are thrilled to welcome back documentarian and iconoclast historian Ryan Dawson to discuss the less well known Kennedy assassination and who is responsible. Subscribe to read Ryan's writing at www.ryandawson.substack.com and follow what hes up to on Telegram at t.me/ancreport Also do yourself a favor and buy Ryan's films at ancreport.com The video version of the show is available on Youtube, bitchute, odysee and our telegram channel and all of those can be reached through the Link.tree in any of our social media bios. To support the show and get access to our weekly premium episode you can subscribe to our Rokfin channel at www.rokfin.com/historyhomos Any questions comments concerns or T shirt requests can be leveled at historyhomos@gmail.com Later homos --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/historyhomos/support

JFK35
First Children in the Kennedy White House

JFK35

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 28:27


Have you ever wondered what it was like to grow up in the White House? The JFK Library has a new special exhibit, First Children: Caroline and John, Jr. in the Kennedy White House. In this episode, we discuss the exhibit with Museum Curator Janice Hodson and also travel back in time to look at an original song about the Kennedys with the original performer.

The Triad
Episode 66: Jimmy Hoffa

The Triad

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 69:40


This week, we're discussing the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa, a union organizer who (probably) became a victim of a mob hit. Tangents include Star Wars, the Kennedys, and Hannah's family. Google Slides presentations: bit.ly/3wqVuhU

The James Perspective
CLIP: From Episode #428 - JFK, Marilyn Monroe, and the Mob, Part II

The James Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 15:55


Charlotte and the Morning Crew discuss the relationship among the Kennedys, Marilyn Monroe, and the mob. 

High Mystery
The Murder of Martha Moxley Mystery

High Mystery

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 45:07


Martha Moxley was a 15 year old girl participating in "Mischief Night" the night before Halloween where kids would cause lighthearted havoc around town. She was found the following morning murdered in her own front yard. The leading suspects have close ties to the Kennedys.

Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael
James Woolsey‘s Operation Dragon & the Triumph of ”Crackpot Realism” in U.S. Foreign Policy w/ Jim DiEugenio

Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 95:47


On this edition of Parallax Views, earlier this year a curious new book was published dealing with the assassination of John F. Kennedy.  Co-written by R. James Woolsey, former Director of the CIA under President Bill Clinton from 1993 to 1995, and Ion Mihai Pacepa, a former Romanian spy and a noted, high-ranking Eastern Bloc defect during the Cold War, Operation Dragon: Inside the Kremlin's Secret War Against America argues that the JFK assassination was the result of a plot involving the Soviet Union's Nikita Khrushchev and Cuba's Fidel Castro. Lee Harvey Oswald, the book claims, was instructed by Khrushchev to kill President Kennedy. According to Woolsey and Pacepa, Khrushchev actually called off the plot for fear that it might be discovered and lead right back to him as one of the perpetrators.  What Khrushchev did not count on, say Woolsey and Pacepa, is that Oswald would go rogue and carry out the assassination plot in spite of orders to the contrary. In other words, Operation Dragon alleges that President Kennedy's assassination was the result of nefarious Soviet treachery. Is Operation Dragon just another entry in dizzying array of theories positing an alternative to the Warren Commission Report's oft-contested findings concerning the fatal shooting of a sitting President of the United States in Dallas, TX on November 22nd, 1963? Perhaps. Then again, most books that challenge, in varying degrees, the official line on the Kennedy assassination aren't written by ex-CIA Directors. But the curiosity of the book's co-author, the aforementioned James Woolsey, penning a book dealing with the Kennedy assassination doesn't end with his status as the former highest-ranking official in the CIA. In addition to his tenure as DCIA, Woolsey served as U.S. Under Secretary of the Navy in the late 1970s and was involved in negotiations with the Soviet Union in the 1980s. In other words, he was in the thick of it, so to speak, during the Cold War. Most curiously of all, however, when it comes to Woolsey is his connections to the neoconservative foreign policy movement and his penchant for promoting various conspiratorial fears about foreign countries even prior to the publication of Operation Dragon. A member of the notoriously hawkish neocon think tank The Project for a New American Century (PNAC) before its dissolution in 2006, Woolsey has stoked fears that North Korea could use electromagnetic pulse (EMP) weapons against the United States and was also a notable proponent of the theory that al Qaeda and Saddam Hussein's Iraq were involved in the Oklahoma City Bombing. Since the publication of Operation Dragon, Woolsey has appeared on the right-wing outlet Newsmax to promote his theory about the Kennedy assassination. This, combined with his neoconservative inclinations and conspiratorial musings that align quite well with the bolstering of a hawkish, pro-war agenda, raises the question of Woolsey's political motivations in promoting what The Daily Beast has referred to as a "QAnon-style spin" on the Kennedy assassination. Joining us to pushback against Woolsey's JFK assassination theory and place it within the context of his hawkish neocon history is returning guest James DiEugenio, the leading figure behind the website Kennedys and King, writer for the upcoming Oliver Stone documentary JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass, and author of such books as Destiny Betrayed: JFK, Cuba, and the Garrison Case, Reclaiming Parkland: Tom Hanks, Vincent Bugliosi, and the JFK Assassination in the New Hollywood, and The JFK Assassination. DiEugenio argues that not only is Woolsey's Kennedy assassination theory wrong, but that it is representative of a certain brand of foreign policy thinking in Washington, D.C. that sociologist C. Wright Mills would refer to as "crackpot realism". Before delving into Operation Dragon, however, Jim fills us in on the latest news concerning the fight to declassify and release the last of the JFK records. We discuss how President Trump, despite at times signaling to the contrary, helped keep the records declassified during his Presidency. Now said records and their review for declassification lay in the hands of President Joe Biden. Then we shift our attention to Operation Dragon and discuss the problems with the book's claims that theoretical physicist and "Father of the Atomic Bomb" J. Robert Oppenheimer and British Prime Minister Clement Attlee were secretly Soviet spies, the relationship between Woolsey's theories on the Kremlin and the paranoid "Monster Plot" of the CIA's James Jesus Angleton, a brief history of neoconservatism, Woolsey's neocon credentials, the relationship between the narrative of the Cold War promoted by Woolsey and the ideas of the far right-wing John Birch Society, James Angleton and the origins of the idea that Lee Harvey Oswald was a KGB agent or asset,, Operation Dragon as a retread of the narrative put forth in Edward Jay Epstein's 1992 book Legend: The Secret World of Lee Harvey Oswald, Norman Cousins and the quest for détente with Khrushchev's Soviet Union, French journalist Jean Daniel's meeting with Fidel Castro in Havana on the day of Kennedy's assassination , Kennedy and rapprochement negotiations with Cuba, Khrushchev and Castro's reactions to the assassination, why neither the Soviet Union or Cuba benefitted from Kennedy's assassination, former Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Nitze's Cold War ideology and the rise of neoconservatism, neoconservatism as an ideology that has now slipped into both the Republican and Democratic Parties, "crackpot realism" in the killing of Gaddafi in Libya and the U.S. intervention in Assad's Syria, Barack Obama and the CIA's classified weapons supply and training program in Syria known as "Timber Sycamore", the Project for American Century's agenda, George HW Bush's comments calling the neocons "the crazies in the basement" of U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East, the notion that Henry Kissinger and Henry Kissinger were "soft" on Communism during the Cold War, neocons as constantly seeking pretexts for war, the late Russian studies scholar Stephen F. Cohen vs. Richard Pipes on the Soviet Union, Nixon and Kissinger as being to the right of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher on Mikhail Gorbachev, neocons and the Australia nuclear submarines deal as part of a geopolitical strategy against China, "Noble Lies" and the selling of wars, NATO's expansion and the lack of historical context provided by crackpot realism in foreign policy, Woolsey's book as a psyop, PNAC member Robert Kagan and his wife Victoria Nuland's involvement in U.S. foreign policy related to Ukraine, the neocon agenda as bankrupting the U.S. and destroying social programs vis-à-vis war spending, and, much, much more.

Twisted History
The Twisted History of The Kennedys Part II

Twisted History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 98:18


Rose Kennedy's Rules, JFK, Jackie Onassis, The Knock List, The Curse, Palate Cleanser, and more.

TV Guidance Counselor Podcast
TV Guidance Counselor Episode 489: Charlie Higson

TV Guidance Counselor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 78:52


This week Ken welcomes former Higsons' frontman, novelist, actor, comedian and all around UK comedy royalty Charlie Higson to the show. Ken and Charlie discuss being built for lockdown, writing books for adults again after a 25 year hiatus, the BREAKING NEWS of Charlie's new huge fantasy series for the Middle East on MBC, Randall and Hopkirk Decease, Saturday Night Live (UK), Stand up on TV, Harry Enfield, The Fast Show, catch phrases, Paul Whitehouse, the difficulty of exporting comedy, never seeing Gilligan's Island, The Brady Bunch, the biggest and best American sitcoms, the US tradition of late night talk shows, Craig Ferguson, Vic Reeve's Big Night Out, Vic and Bob, The Prisoner, The Avengers, the UK tradition of fantasy series, how fantasy series aren't all for kids, Doctor Who, needing to use humor for characters, translating humor to a foreign language, the beauty of working with restrictions, liking stupid comedy, classic American sitcoms, Swiss Tony, how the US likes to see people good at their job and the UK likes to see people bad at their job, Cheers, Early Doors, Peter Richardson, remaking UK shows in the US, how The Royle Family became The Kennedys, how cool characters aren't funny, all the US remakes of Fawlty Towers, how difficult it is for UK comedians to make it in the US, Ricky Gervais, English acts bombing at the Montreal Just for Laughs Comedy Festival, Vic and Bob confusing a Canadian audience, The Larry Sanders' Show, how The Muppets is the anti-Larry Sanders, The Higsons, opening for The Ramones in Chicago, touring America, and how modern tv and movie scores have abandoned "themes" and why that is a shame, Batman Theme and Robison Crusoe from Germany.

I Am Refocused Podcast Show
STEVEN WEBER, joining the cast of NBC'S CHICAGO MED this season

I Am Refocused Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 4:19


STEVEN WEBER JOINS NBC'S CHICAGO MED (FROM DEADLINE) NBC's Chicago Med is leaning into Dr. Dean Archer's controversial promotion to interim chief of the ED by upping Steven Weber to series regular. The news comes after the explosive Season 6 finale in May that saw power-hungry Dean continue to dangerously bend the rules to suit his agenda. Additionally, two new doctors are joining Gaffney Chicago Medical Center as Guy Lockard and Kristen Hager have landed series regular roles on the Dick Wolf-produced procedural, which returns for its seventh season this fall. The new cast additions follow the shocking departures of Yaya DaCosta and Torrey DeVitto at the end of last season.Lockard will portray Dr. Dylan Scott, who left a career as a Chicago police officer to become a doctor. Whether the doctor has any connections to characters in Chicago P.D. is as yet unknown. Hager plays Dr. Stevie Hammer, a brilliant and scrappy emergency room attending physician. NBC's One Chicago Wednesday lineup, anchored by Chicago Med at 8 PM, returns Sep. 22. The franchise is produced by Wolf Entertainment and Universal Television, part of Universal Studio Group. STEVEN WEBER BIO (FROM IMDB.COM) This Queens-born actor has certainly proven himself adept at everything from quirky comedy to flat-out melodrama earning TV stardom in the early 1990's and maintaining a strong foothold on stage, film and TV in its aftermath. Steven Robert Weber was born on March 4, 1961, to Fran (Frankel), a nightclub singer, and Stuart Weber, a nightclub performer, and Borscht Belt comic and manager. He was already appearing in television commercials by elementary school age. He later studied at the High School of the Performing Arts in New York and graduated from New York State University. The fair-haired, fair-skinned actor worked a series of menial jobs during his salad days as a struggling thespian (custodian, elevator operator, singing waiter) until earning his break on TV in a presentation of one of Mark Twain's stories. Quickly making his film debut in the popular comedy The Flamingo Kid, he nabbed a running role on the soap opera As the World Turns a year later. On the set he met first wife Finn Carter, another co-star on the daytime drama. Steven stayed put for a year then went on to gain recognition in more offbeat and/or prestigious productions on film and prime-time TV. He played a rock star in the thoroughly offbeat foreign-made film Angels and showed real command as John F. Kennedy in the epic miniseries The Kennedys of Massachusetts. That same year TV stardom came his way with the sitcom Wings. Co-starring with Tim Daly as Brian Hackett, the looser, goofier more aimless half of the brotherly team who co-owned a one-plane, Nantucket-based airline, the actors' chemistry, not to mention a terrifically eclectic supporting cast, kept the show on a steady course for seven seasons. Easily typed now as a genial, lovable loser type, Weber faced the prospect of severe pigeon-holing. So during the show's off season, he started showing up in more serious roles. He suffered at the hands of the deranged Jennifer Jason Leigh in Single White Female; appeared in a second chiller with The Temp; and made a cameo in the highly depressing, award-winning Leaving Las Vegas. His flair for comedy shone in is straight-man role as Johathan Harker in the critically acclaimed horror spoof, Dracula: Dead and Loving It He truly impressed both critics and audiences alike as the complex title character in Jeffrey, a gay romantic film comedy, and then completely defied all odds by starring in an epic TV-movie version of Stephen King's horror classic The Shining, seizing the role inherited from Jack Nicholson and brilliantly making it his own while earning a Saturn award for his chilling efforts. By the time "Wings" came to an end in 1997, Weber had divorced his actress/wife Finn Carter (they had no children) and married actress/TV executive Juliette Hohnen on July 9, 1995. They have two children, Jack and Alfie. He and Laura Linney were selected to play the TV-movie leads in the popular A.R. Gurney theater piece Love Letters. While other TV series comebacks have fared less well, including the short runs of The Weber Show (which he produced), The D.A., Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, Happy Town and Chasing Life. Steven bounced around solidly in other venues. In 2002, he joined the cast of the smash Broadway musical "The Producers," taking over the nebbish Matthew Broderick role. In 2004, he went to London to appear on stage with Kevin Spacey and Mary Stuart Masterson in "National Anthems." Other plays over the years have included "Throwing Your Voice," "Something in the Air" and "Design for Living." Steven has remained quite productive into the millennium with recent film outings in Sexual Life, The Amateurs, Inside Out, the title role in Choose Connor, Farm House, My One and Only, A Little Bit of Heaven, Son of Morning, the comedy Being Bin Laden in which he played Osama Bin Laden, Crawlspace, Kiss Me, Amateur Night, A Thousand Junkies, The Perfection and Allan the Dog. Seen even more prolifically on TV, he has graced such popular shows as "The D.A.," "Will & Grace" (as Will's brother Sam), "Monk," "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," "Desperate Housewives," "Hot in Cleveland," "Parenthood," "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Sleepy Hollow" and "This Close." The actor continues to play a stream of comedic and dramatic recurring roles on such TV programs as Without a Trace, Brothers & Sisters, Dallas (the New Generation), Murder in the First, Helix, iZombie, House of Lies, NCIS: New Orleans, Ballers and Get Shorty and more recently appeared as a regular on the mystery series 13 Reasons Why and comedy series Indebted. In addition, he has given voice to a few animated programs including Ultimate Spider-Man, Avengers Assemble The Bravest Knight and Puppy Dog Pals.https://www.nbc.com/chicago-med

Bitch Slap  ...The Accelerated Path to Peace!
Interview #37 “Lynn McTaggart Teaches Intention.”

Bitch Slap ...The Accelerated Path to Peace!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 62:22


Lynn McTaggart is internationally know for her powerful work with intention.  Where she is literally transforming the world and has the data to prove it.  Her back story includes intrigue, hidden tape recorders, and undercover journalism…  There's amazing discoveries.  Scientific proof that thoughts have the capacity to change experiments.  And don't forget her TWO KEY SECRETS TO INTENTION that you don't want to miss!  She is an award-winning journalist and the author of seven books, including the worldwide international bestsellers The Power of Eight, The Field, The Intention Experiment and The Bond, all considered seminal books of the New Science and now translated into some 30 languages.  Over the year's Lynne's been called a ‘metaphysical rock star', ‘the Madonna of the Quantum World,' ‘the Malcolm Gladwell of the New Science' and even ‘The Dalai Mama.'  And I get to interview her!Administrative: (See episode transcript below)Everything Lynn McTaggart:The Power Of Eight: Harnessing the Miraculous Energies of a Small Group to Heal Others, Your Life, and the World  https://amzn.to/3nKxsNkThe Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life and the World https://amzn.to/3EmWfwRThe Field: The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe https://amzn.to/2Xjh9MsThe Bond: How to Fix Your Falling-Down World https://amzn.to/3tLWbSLThe Intention Essentials webinar we mention: https://lynnemctaggart.com/courses/intention-essentials/Her retreats: https://lynnemctaggart.com/upcoming-events/retreats/www.lynnmctaggart.comHer husbands book, Untrue Story Of You: How to Let Go of the Past that Creates You, and Become Fully Alive in the Present https://amzn.to/2XueIXUMischa's StuffCheck out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting!  These are the best mobile mic's for IOS and Android phones.  You can literally take them anywhere on the fly.Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic for IOS,  https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJGet the Shure MV88+ for  mobile mic for Android  https://amzn.to/3ly8SNjGet A Course In Miracles Here! https://amzn.to/3hoE7sAAccess my “Insiders Guide to Finding Peace” here: https://belove.media/peaceSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: contact@belove.mediaFor social Media:      https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.Mischa Z: 00:00:02 All right. Very good. Um, I am so excited right now to have Lynne McTaggart on the, Bitch Slap ...The Accelerated Path to Peace Podcast. And I'm really quick, Lynn, here's your introduction? Lynn is a metaphysical rock star, the Madonna of the quantum world, the Malcolm Gladwell of the new science and the even called the dally. Mama. Welcome.Lynn McTaggart: 00:00:33 Thank you. Thank you very much. That one's my favorite. And it was given to me by a guy called Tom Shadyac. Who did the movie? I am. He introduced me once as that and I loved it. I thought it was wonderful and not deserved, but thank you. It's great to be with you, but fun.Mischa Z: 00:00:53 Yeah. Good fun, nonetheless. Um, and then just really quick, you are an award-winning journalist, you've got seven books out there. Um, the, the, with the international bestsellers worldwide international bestsellers, the "Power Of Eight", "The Field", The Intention Experiment", and "The Bond" all considered seminal books of the new science and now translated into some 30 languages. Um, and then you like to focus on and talk about and teach I'm assuming intention, correct?Lynn McTaggart: 00:01:32 I do. Yes.Mischa Z: 00:01:35 Fantastic. And before we get to that, uh, I've caught you in great Britain. Yes.Lynn McTaggart: 00:01:42 That's where I live. Yeah. Yeah.Mischa Z: 00:01:44 And there's no accent. So either you hide it very well or your a ex-pat to, uh, great Britain is there.Lynn McTaggart: 00:01:52 I am a New Jersey girl, Nisha who came over here 30 something years ago to spend three months researching a book. And I just never left. So put down roots here. I'm married to a Brit, I've got two grown daughters who are Anglo American. And so life is here. I've been here more than home.Mischa Z: 00:02:15 And so what year did you move there if you don't mind me asking?Lynn McTaggart: 00:02:18 Oh, 19 83, 19 83.Mischa Z: 00:02:21 And you were restating. Yeah. Wow. And then, so you're researching a book. Yes. And what, what was the book you were researching at the time?Lynn McTaggart: 00:02:31 I think to do with science and spirituality, where I ended up focusing on, it was a biography of one of the Kennedy sisters, Kathleen Kennedy, who had married a British Lord and had been really the rebel of the family. So she lived over here in her short life. All of her friends were over here. So I had to come over here to speak to a whole layer of the British aristocracy. Um, and this was back in, well, I started it in 1980 and, um, and I just walked off the plane and I said, I love it here. And I'm more or less, never left. I mean, my heart is still, I'm still a rabid American and I'm very involved in America. And my audience is, you know, the majority are Americans, although they come from all over the world. Um, but, uh, I've lived here. So I've, I live in London.Mischa Z: 00:03:25 I love it. I knew there was something interesting there. So in 1980 to 1983, you're researching, uh, one of the Kennedy sisters. It brings you to the era aristocracy of England. And are you, you love England, but are you enjoying the research of the book at this point or what's what'sLynn McTaggart: 00:03:49 Oh, I loved it. I mean, it was fascinating to me because it was a real window. As somebody wrote about the book, it was a real window into the Kennedy's because this was the one member of the family, the one child of the nine, who didn't March down the same road, you know, she defied her parents, which was incredible. None of the boys did and married a Protestant, which was shocking back then, uh, in the, you know, this was during the war in the 1940s. And, uh, she married basically one of the highest level aristocrats in, in the UK who was Protestant. And he got killed in world war II. And then she went out again and intended to marry a married Lord. So this was even more scandalous for Catholic rose and, you know, and, um, the whole family and Joe Kennedy was loved that daughter, probably most of all, but, you know, even he was concerned because it was going to affect his children's political future.Lynn McTaggart: 00:04:59 So she ended up marrying it, uh, dying in a plane crash on her way to try to get Joe's blessing on marrying this married guy, married Protestants. So it was this amazing dramatic story that was, uh, I was able to tell the story of that generation, which was kind of the golden generation before the war that lost everything and also have this little peek hole into the family life of the Kennedys. So it was a fascinating project. Um, but I never expected it was going to land me here. And it certainly was a million miles away from the work that I have on now known for.Mischa Z: 00:05:40 Yeah. Um, is, can you, uh, there's a little bit of feedback on your end. Are you hearing it?Lynn McTaggart: 00:05:47 I'm not, I'm not.Mischa Z: 00:05:49 I think there we go. It's good. We're good. Okay. Yeah. Um, so I can edit that out or not. Who knows? It's podcast light, that's it? Okay. So, so your researching this book, obviously cool rich history, which I love. And, um, and you now there's, we've got some quantum physics going on in to-do fast forward. Um, there's intention, there's science behind all this stuff. What happens between, so what are you, are you, are you like a scientist or what's going on, like fill in the blanksLynn McTaggart: 00:06:32 Misha I'm very far from a scientist, I'm a journalist. And I started out life as an investigative reporter. So my first book was an investigation and an expo say of lawyers around the world who were doing baby selling, who were essentially selling babies for adoption. And I broke a number of, um, international baby selling rings. Now this was what they call gray market adoption. There weren't laws against this, but it was just morally wrong what they were doing. And they were exploiting children and parents who couldn't have children. So that's where I started, you know, in my early twenties, I had, I was hooked up with hidden tape recorders, um, back when there were tape recorders and all this kind of undercover stuff. So that was my background. And the Kennedy book came about because my publishers thought there was a hidden story here and they thought I was a really good investigative reporter.Lynn McTaggart: 00:07:31 And so they, they basically set me on the, on the story and of the Kennedys. And, uh, it was a wonderful story. It's sad story. So I moved over here, I got married, I got ill and nobody could figure out what was wrong with me. And so after going to both conventional and alternative doctors, I then decided, well, if I'm going to get better, I'm going to have to research what I think I have. And then also research the kind of doctor I think, cure me. And so I did, I went to a doctor who was the, uh, a, a real pioneer in what was then integrative medicine and nutritional medicine. And he was so amazing and it turned out I had a faulty microbiome. It's, it's something that's really common these days. Everybody knows about it, but they didn't back then, which was the 1980s.Lynn McTaggart: 00:08:30 And so, uh, he got me better and we were both fascinated by it. And I had my, I met my husband over here. Who's also a journalist. We were married by that time. And, and we both were so fascinated by this process and thought, well, if you could control your own health and you could work with doctors like this and get the real story about medicine, then that would be really great for people. So we started a newsletter called what doctors don't tell you, it's now an international magazine. It's in 15 languages around the globe. And we report on what works and what doesn't work in conventional and alternative medicine. And we look at the medical literature so way back in the 1990s, I'm doing this and I'm coming across study after study of spiritual healing, showing this stuff works. So I'm thinking to myself, wait a minute, if you could take a thought and send it to someone else and make them better.Lynn McTaggart: 00:09:31 Well, that undermines everything. We think about how the world works. So I wanted to investigate how that works. And I assumed if I talked to some cutting edge businesses who are doing consciousness research, they'll tell me how it all works. Oh, write it up. And that's it. No publish the book. Well, that, wasn't what it was. What happened was I talked to these scientists and I, um, I realized that they were on the brink of an completely new view of the world, a completely new science. Each of them had discovered a little piece of a puzzle that compounded into a completely new view of the world, a new understanding of who we are as human beings and our capacities. So that became my book, the field. And I also realized that these scientists, they speak a map, they speak in a code and they can't really translate that into normal English.Lynn McTaggart: 00:10:31 They also like to just talk about their own experimental little patch. They don't like to speculate on how this comes together. So that job got left to me. So I really had to tutor and be tutored in quantum physics. I had to be tutored in this new science and learn this new science. I was well acquainted with reading scientific literature because of my work, um, my other work with what ducks. But so I, I put that together and that was my book, the field. Um, but there was a lot of leftover business, which was a number of studies. These amazing scientists, prestigious scientists, all from prestigious universities had come across showing that thoughts are an actual something with the capacity to change physical matter. So I wondered, okay, how far can we take this? This is the investigative reporter in me. I said, you know, are we talking about just a tiny little effect, like shifting a quantum particle, or are we talking about curing cancer with our thoughts?Lynn McTaggart: 00:11:40 And also I was fascinated by the idea of what happens if you put lots of people together and have them send the same thought at the same time, does that magnify the effect? And so my next book was the intention experiment, which was both a book about the science, all the science of intention, and there's loads of it, but also an invitation to take part in ongoing experiments because I thought, well, I know a lot of the scientists who are doing this work now, and I also have loads of readers because the field was in 30 languages by then. So I thought, well, if I just put them both together, I'll have the biggest laboratory in the world. And so that's what I did. And that is been the intention experiment ever since 2007, we've run 40 experiments now. And the last one, we just ran for nine 11, the 20th anniversary. So I don't have the outcome of that yet, but most of the time we are running them with scientists and they're measuring data and looking at before and afterward, et cetera. And of the 39 where we have evidence 35 have shown measurable, significant, mostly, mostly significant effects. That's a better track record than most drugs.Mischa Z: 00:13:03 Yeah. I, I read this book. Um, I have a few questions for you, but I read this book about, um, it was called, um, oh gosh, I wish I could remember, but I was looking through your stuff and I saw that 35 of your, uh, studies had significant statistical. How did you say that? Significant,Lynn McTaggart: 00:13:27 Positive, um, positive, measurable, mostly significant effects basically. And significance in science means there's such a big change that it's a significant change and it's, it's considered, you know? Yeah. We really had it.Mischa Z: 00:13:45 Yeah. There's I think the book is called death grip, but it's about a climber, a rock climber, you know, uh, and, uh, he from a very young age gets parents put them on benzodiazepines, right? So he has this brutal benzodiazepine addiction for a good chunk of his life. And it's a really cool book because it just talks about his process of trying to get off of the meds and all this. But he also has a lot of data in there. Um, and basically the data was most of the, and I wish I had the book in front of me. It's a great book. Um, most of the, the, um, studies for, you know, the benzos and all this sort of stuff. There's no difference between that. It's basically all statistically insignificant, right? Like there's no difference between the placebos and the, and the, um, the word is escaping me, but they're stillLynn McTaggart: 00:14:47 Agent. Yeah,Mischa Z: 00:14:48 Yeah, yeah, yeah. And they're still pumping this stuff there. So I was like, it was very eyeopening, but not necessarily.Lynn McTaggart: 00:14:55 Yeah. Well, here's another little step for you that might blow your mind. There was some studies like 25 years of them at Princeton university in the, in the school of engineering, the then Dean of engineer, Robert John set up a program to test whether or not human beings in the mental intention could affect machines. So we set up these random processes. Remember he was an engineer on computers, um, doing alternating images, let's say they had Cowboys and Indians. So they would have a random process. It would be 50% Cowboys, pretty much and 50% Indians. And that's what happens with random stuff like this. So we would sit somebody in front of the computer and say, well, will it to show more of one thing than the other, let's have more Indians than Cowboys. So they did hundreds and thousands of these studies and they showed a small but significant increase toward the focused intention. So say if there were more Indians in Cowboys, there'd be more to dancing Cowboys, then there was randomly. So when they compare this to something like aspirin, which is considered the most, one of the most successful drugs out there, because it's has this long history, the effect of sending intention to this equipment was 10 times an effect size. That's a rate of change than it was with aspirin than it is with aspirin. So there's a mindblowing step for you,Mischa Z: 00:16:29 Yes, indeed. Thank you for that. Um, that's amazing. Um, so quick question, when you were doing the investigative reporting and writing books, and you're on the Kennett writing the Kennedy book, are you having financial success at this point?Lynn McTaggart: 00:16:43 Totally. So, I mean, not, not amazingly, so, but you know, writers have an average income, uh, you know, standard writers have about $3,000 a year. So I was doing considerably better than that. And my book, "The Baby Brokers", um, got made into a television movie way back then starring Lynn Carter. So I had a lot of decent luck, but you know, like a lot of freelancers, you know, um, sometimes you have to live by your width.Mischa Z: 00:17:13 Yeah. Obviously I think it's an interesting bit of information. It sounds like. Uh, yeah, I, I, I guess it's, um, you were having success on one track. You continued with what you're doing, but maybe just bench your,Lynn McTaggart: 00:17:35 Let me, let me put this another way. Um, you know, finances, haven't always been easy way back then, as I said, it was living by my, my wits. I always had, was able to pay my rent. Um, and sometimes I was a ghost writer. I, I think I ghost wrote a, um, a needle point column for the newspapers, a syndicated column and had to write fun, little jingles, like, you know, Hey, make this do bay. And now you can, you know, shake and bake is shaken, make your bed, you know, just stuff like that. I had to do all kinds of goofy stuff like that to, to pay the bills sometimes. But what was really important to me was, um, I was a managing editor of a newspaper syndicate, and I got the job when I was 23. I was really young and I had a big, important job.Lynn McTaggart: 00:18:28 And, um, I, you know, was in charge of all the editorial for, um, for syndicated columns coming out of this, this new, new syndicated was the Chicago Tribune, New York news syndicate, but I really wanted to write more than I wanted to be an editor. And so I followed my dream and I left the job after three years when I got a book contract. So I just jumped off the diving board into the deep end and I've never looked back and I've actually only worked for someone else for six years in my life. I took a job for a few years in the UK as an editor, and then jumped off that diving board again, to do what doctors don't tell you. So I've always tried to follow my own intention of work and to try to do the work that I love and to trust the process and good stuff happened.Lynn McTaggart: 00:19:23 Not that it wasn't sometimes a struggle, you know, I can remember plenty of times where it was, you know, it was tough when we were starting out what doctors don't tell you. And we had a small child, then we had a newborn. So there were a lot of times that were a little interesting, but, um, something always happened, you know, angels watched over us, I think, and we just trusted in our own, you know, being able to live by our widths and our own ability. And that was a really important thing. Looking back now. Yeah.Mischa Z: 00:19:57 Yeah. Let, let me ask you, so are at this time, are you conscious of, I mean, are you like you've learned that habit from your parents or are you, are you w were you a churchgoer or, or what, what you're like, this is where my heart is pulling me. I find that for a lot of people, it's very hard. They're like, well, I'm on this success track. The money is good if I just do ABC and their hearts, like, no, go here. No I can't. But it seems like for you, you you're taking these leaps where wLynn McTaggart: 00:20:30 Um, I think I always wanted to be a writer, and that was much more important to me than anything else other than my family. And so even more important than money. So I think I just trusted, um, that I'd get money some way, and then I'd be able to do something. And that happened. I remember once my husband and I, you know, when we first started what doctors, we didn't have any money. So we came up with a book idea and then we got an advance for it. They liked it, we got an advance for it. And then we heard about a year later that, um, someone else was writing a book on the same subject. It was a, it was a biography. So those kinds of things happen, but it was very weird that both of us were going to do it at the same time.Lynn McTaggart: 00:21:20 And so the publisher said, well, you know what, we're going to cancel since you didn't cancel, you can keep that initial payment. So that was just an example of great stroke of luck, where we were really scrambling to pay some bills. Um, I think what it was was we're both. I think we're just, uh, we love what we do, and we follow that through thick or thin. And when there was the thin times, we would have to live by our wits and figure out something else to do. And, but I think the work doing the work that we loved was, was pure enough. And of course, you know, being together. So between the two of us, I guess, we've, you know, we were able to do that. And S and we just believed, we just believed, I think that was a really important element to Mischa.Mischa Z: 00:22:22 Thank you for that. And then quick, the, was there any deep, hidden story in the Kennedy and the Kennedy thing? You're like, there's a story there, like, there's something juicy. Did spoiler, did you find it? Or,Lynn McTaggart: 00:22:34 Well, yeah, the fact that she had to go up against her parents and we can't appreciate how incredibly brave it was to marry a Protestant. You know, her father was the ambassador to the court of St. James and this totally prominent the prominent premier Catholic family back in the 1940s. So for her to go against thisMischa Z: 00:22:58 Or structure to right Joe Kennedy, like the Kennedys, the oil, all this stuff, right? Like, am I...?Lynn McTaggart: 00:23:04 Oh, yeah. I mean, they were wealthy. They were powerful. And he had great, great ambition for his, one of his sons was going to be president. And so here she is just saying, no, I'm going to go back to England. I'm going to be there. And she had met someone when she had met this whole layer of the aristocracy back when her, um, her father was the ambassador to the court of St. James. And she, you know, she went back there to be with her friends. These were the people she was with. She, she, they had debutante balls back then. So she came out as a debutante. And so these were all this whole layer of this generation and Britain were her dear friends. And so she wanted to go back there. So she defined her parents by going back there and marrying the premier Protestant an aristocrat.Lynn McTaggart: 00:24:05 So I think it was that it was the family covered up that she was involved with a married lover. She was flying down for what the Brits call a dirty weekend. And in her last trip, you know, they were flying down to, to the south of France. And when her plane didn't make it, she had a plane crash. So there were, and the family completely covered up her relationship covered up everything. She was just a blank page. And the Kennedy biography basically. And I, they gave it to me, the, my publishers, because they fill an, I could find out what had happened to her. So that was it. But as I say, that was early on in my work and my work has taken a very, very different turn. [spirituality]Mischa Z: 00:24:56 Yes. I, and I'm sorry to dwell, to go dwell on that stuff is to, it's interesting to me. I, and I, I get a sense tonight. You're obviously tenacious if you're wearing wires, things like that, that, um, that, uh, you were, you are a rascal back then.Lynn McTaggart: 00:25:15 Well, I was doing my work and, you know, I would, I would actually say that, you know, journalists are supposed to hold the establishment to account. We're not seeing that anymore. We're certainly not seeing that with COVID. The journalists have become a mouthpiece for the establishment, but back when, you know, when I was growing up, we had heroes like Woodward and Bernstein, and we saw, well, wow, they took down a corrupt presidency. And so for my generation of journalists, we feel essentially a moral obligation to hold people in authority to account and to unearth things that are, you know, are we have only one person to answer to, and that's the public one body of people to answer to. And so for me, investigating people who are taking $25,000 cash under the table to sell them a baby is worth investigating and, you know, and bringing that out in, in, in the light now.Lynn McTaggart: 00:26:28 And it's interesting, I get letters every so often from children who were the product of that, who were sold, and it wasn't a happy adoption. They were desperate to find their biological parents and to find out some closure for, for this weird experience they had. And so they're a demonstration of why, you know, this wasn't a good idea. And so that's, that's the feeling I have now, when you bring this to science and spirituality, what it just means is that I have this, first of all, a sense of skepticism, that it permeates everything I do, because that's our training. And when you put that into spirituality, what it means is I wanted to, I wanted to prove magic. And that's why I did the Intention Experiment because I started seeing magical things around me. I started understanding there's a completely new science here. There's a completely new story about human beings.Lynn McTaggart: 00:27:38 We have far more capacity than we've been told. And so I wanted to investigate that. And that's been really the work over the last four years. And yes, and the work that I've done with large and small intention groups demonstrates there are miracles I see all the time, all the time with small groups, sending intention to some member of the group with a health challenge. And I had a woman a month or two ago, I did a talk to a group in Sedona, and I was just on zoom. So I'm doing my talk. I put them in a small group, cause that's what I've been doing. I call them Power Of Eight Groups and had the older members of the group get into groups. All the members of this audience get into groups, send intention to some members of the group of the health challenge. At the end, we've got a film of it. A woman who had Ms who was confined to a wheelchair, got out of her wheelchair and pushed it away. And that's happened. That's the second wheelchair get out of the wheelchair story I've had. I can tell you about that has happened in the last couple of years, but there are thousands of other healing stories. And so this is the thing that really fascinates me now is decoding why this happens and how to do it.Mischa Z: 00:29:01 So the last four years has been this Power of Eight. You have that book out the Power Of Eight. Is that when you say the last four years?Lynn McTaggart: 00:29:09 No. Since 2008, it took me 10 years to get the courage to write the book. Um, I, um, I started doing this when I did the intention experiment back in 2007, you know, we were getting some really good results. We were getting, I mean, for instance, one experiment we did with St. Louis, Missouri, which is officially the most violent place in America. We did intention to lower violence in this, in the most violent neighborhood in St. Louis. And it turned out when we studied the police data. And we worked with a professor of statistics from the university of California who did all of the analysis. She found that compared to the three years prior, right after our experiment, and for six months afterwards, there was a 43% drop in violence compared to all the rest of St. Louis, which had violence continue to go up.Lynn McTaggart: 00:30:02 So we have this big experience and we've had them in all of these big experiments. So back in 2008, I said to myself, well, what would happen if I tried to scale this down to a workshop? So I was running early workshops, didn't really know what I was doing and thought, well, I'll just put them into groups and have them send healing to a member of the group with the health challenge. And my husband's great, a headline writer. And he said, I love it. I said, I'll put them in groups of eight or something. And he said, I love it. "The Power Of Eight". So that's what we did. We put them in groups of eight, not expecting much to happen besides feeling like getting a back rub or something like that. And that isn't what happened. What happened was we were getting, you know, we had in that first group that a woman who had depression and she came in the next day of the workshop saying, I feel really normal.Lynn McTaggart: 00:30:59 I feel great today. Someone else with terrible stomach issues, IBS and her stomach was normal. Somebody else with terrible arthritis was walking. Normally somebody else would cataract said she was 80% better. And so that was the very first group. And we're saying to ourselves, "what?", Um, what is going on? And we assumed it was a placebo effect. You know, that it was just mental is up until it started happening over and over again. I kept doing it and doing it and doing it. And I've seen this now, thousands of times, people with genetic problems, a woman who had something wrong with their liver, a genetic problem with their liver enzymes one group intention, she's completely fine. So somebody else due to have surgery on her knee, she does one intention in a group 10 minutes, and she does a deep squat afterward. And we've had thousands like this stage four cancers reversing, et cetera.Lynn McTaggart: 00:32:01 So you can imagine the big skeptic me saying, "what is going on". So that's why it took me 10 years to write that book because I wanted to really understand what it was. And I also wanted to understand what enables you to do it well, and that's what I teach now is how to do it. Um, and what are the techniques? What is, you know, because a lot of people watching, you know, popular movies on the subject, the secret and things like that, just think, well, I believe, and I receive, you know, it's odd I have found is it's, it's a little more complicated than that. We all have the capacity. Everybody has the human capacity to do intention and to essentially create our world to heal ourselves. Um, but you need to know certain things about how to do it.Mischa Z: 00:33:00 Fantastic. So let tell me like, like let's let, cause I I'd be remiss if I didn't ask. So let's say we've got some, some, some listeners right now that are, are skeptical but open-minded, and they're like, I'll try some intention, stuff that Lynn's talking about. Um, so you've got a strategy for us. So give us the overarching and then maybe some, uh, a few of, uh, the tactics for a new, a new, a new entrant.Lynn McTaggart: 00:33:32 Okay. Well, it's hard for me to teach it in 10 minutes. I mean, these are 20 hour courses of mine, you know, but all I'm going to give you one tip that, that almost nobody talks about who is trying to teach the power of thought, et cetera, et cetera. And that is the power of being specific. You know, most people think, oh, I'll send out a thought in the morning. I'll say, you know, I want to be rich and I want everybody, or I want to win the lottery. Let's say. And the problem is, they're not really telling the universe exactly what they want because most people, you know, people usually don't just want to be rich. You know, I want more, a lot of stuff. Now, what they want is a different job. Usually what they want is enough money to pay their bills.Lynn McTaggart: 00:34:27 What they want is enough time to be with their children or to be with their grandchildren or to pursue a hobby. They don't necessarily just want megabucks. So when I do is I work with people to say, okay, how much do you need? Like I put people into, in my courses, I put people into groups and we monitor them. I've been doing that since 2015 and monitor them for a whole year. And what ends up happening, which is fascinating to me is the groups that are committed that meet week after week after week for a solid year in those situations, pretty much a hundred percent of them will experience some sort of major change in their life, the change that they wanted. Um, and you know, whether it is their health or their finances or a new career or a new relationship or whatever. Um, but they are taught to be specific.Lynn McTaggart: 00:35:27 So if you need $99 and 30 cents, I tell you to intend for $99 and 30 cents, the other is the other big tip, is it all works so much better in a group. You know, I, it, the group size doesn't matter. And I've actually tested that in our intention experiments. One of the experiments I did where we were trying to make seeds grow faster, we were, I was working with the university of Arizona and I tried it six different times with six different size audiences. You know, my first audience was in Sydney, Australia, audience of 700. And then we had smaller audiences and Rhinebeck, New York, and a bigger audience over the internet of thousands of people. We tried all these different sizes in different locations, and we found that size totally didn't matter what mattered was understanding of technique and experience and intending. Um, for instance, a group of healing touch professionals were one of those audiences and they there's, our seeds grew twice as high compared to controls with them.Lynn McTaggart: 00:36:41 But, um, and distance didn't matter either distance didn't matter either. So we have tested it so size doesn't matter, but technique does. So it can be a very large group. It can be a small group, but something about a group and with a group, a Power of Eight Group, sometimes you get intention, but a lot of other times you send intention most of the time. So the other big piece of this aside from a group kind of sense of oneness is, um, is altruism. Altruism is a big, big factor in these Power Of Eight Groups. Most of the time you're giving rather than receiving, but the receivers also get healed even when people aren't focusing on them. And that's the, the real amazing thingMischa Z: 00:37:36 Watching some of the testimonials and bill was one of the guys that was really fun to watch him who had like chronic, um, perhaps chronic depression or, and sort of had a very powerful feeling. Um, can you give me a specific example? Let's say within the last year of, uh, of somebody where they were not specific, and then you said, here's how I want you to be specific.Lynn McTaggart: 00:38:05 Yeah. I mean, I had one group where they were trying to do a group intention to win the lottery and it just wasn't working. And I said, well, is that how much you need? Do you need $13 million? And they said, no, Joe needs $20,000 and something cents for a car. And Sally needs X number of, of, you know, $15,000 for her kids' schooling, et cetera. And I said, okay, so in 10 for that, but in 10 separately, first or Sally then for Joe or whatever it was. And, and they suddenly started receiving, and I've also seen people where they're stuck, um, and nothing's happening. And I tell them finally, you know, what, "get off of yourself", start intending for someone else and see what happens. And certainly that was the case with many, many people. Um, I've had two very notable cases. One was Andy Spyros, who was trying to get a new job.Lynn McTaggart: 00:39:09 She was newly divorced. Um, and her group kept intending for her and nothing was happening. And she was very talented at marketing. She was talented at selling and coaching and nothing. So I finally just said, Andy, "get off of yourself". And 10 for somebody in the group who needs the intention more. So she did, she was intending for an, and what she did was she chose to intend for a young boy, uh, who called loop that I had introduced everybody to, um, who had tried to commit suicide at 15 because he broke up with this first serious girlfriend jumped off a 40 foot structure onto hard ground, nearly died. Everything was broken, his nerve damage, brain damage, everything. So I got all of my groups who were part of a course to send intention to Luke. And Andy, I said, get off of yourself, focus on Luke.Lynn McTaggart: 00:40:04 Now Luke got out of the hospital in record time and he is a totally normal 18 year old boy. Now, um, his parents sent me a photo of him now he's fantastic. You know, doctors didn't even think he was gonna live when he first came in. Maybe that was us. Maybe it was good doctoring. But the interesting thing was what's happened, Andy, because Andy, the week after she did that gets a call out of nowhere offering her, her dream job. So that has happened over and over and over again with people doing intention for someone else. And we have done brainwave studies on Power Of Eight Groups I worked with, um, with life university, which is the largest chiropractic university in the world to try to find out what on earth is going on with these Power Of Eight Groups. Why are they so powerful? Why are people getting healed who have all kinds of chronic problems, whether it is, you know, their health or their finances or whatever, their relationships or whatever.Lynn McTaggart: 00:41:10 And we found, we expected that the we'd put an EEG cap on one member of each of seven groups of student volunteers, never. They'd never done Power Of Eight Groups. They'd never even meditated. So we do this and we find, we thought we were going to find brainwave signatures that were identical to meditation, those of meditation. And they bizarrely, they were nothing like meditation. They were completely consistent though with the brainwave signatures of Sufi masters during, uh, chanting and Buddhist monks during ecstatic prayer, the parts of the brain involved with making us feel separate, like the parietal lobes that sit in the back of the head here, they help us navigate through space. They tell us, this is me. This is not me. They were dialed way down, but so were the parts of the brain, the right frontal lobe involved with worry, doubt negativity.Lynn McTaggart: 00:42:13 Those were all really, uh, decreased the brainwave brainwaves in those areas. So what these were, they were identical to those studies done by a guy called Dr. Andrew Newberg from university of Pennsylvania of Buddhist monks and Sufi masters. These were people in a state of ecstatic oneness, and that is also besides altruism. The big secret sauce here is that you get to experience what life is really like. We aren't separate. That's what all of that study I've found in the new science and the field I discovered was we aren't separate. We're all part of a giant quantum energy field. And we, but we don't feel that way. We don't experience life that way. We experience life as our own little lonely self on this little lonely planet. And here we have a situation where in a matter of minutes you can experience what life is really like, which is a state of this full alumnus.Mischa Z: 00:43:23 I love that. I'm all in on that idea right now of, uh, that illusion of separation and what tools are there to, to, um, to, to help shed those that, that illusion, like that's the illusion. Number one, that we're all separate. And I think as we get older as individuals, there's the word, separate individuals. Um, it's, it's I found in, in, in the, my forties, right? Like successing my way through those, that feeling of separation, uh, dating or, or all these things to fill that, that, uh, God-sized hole, if you want to call it or, yeah. I love the I'm all in, on I on how can I get rid of that, that illusion of separation. And for me, it, it includes judgment. Like I find like, like judging like that does that just adds to the, to that, to the separate I can go on and on about it. I'm sure. Yeah. Did you ever read the A Course In Miracles?Lynn McTaggart: 00:44:32 I know all about it. Well, Marianne Williamson is a very good friend, so I know all about it.Mischa Z: 00:44:37 Yeah. She was. I read her book, uh, the power, uh, or what is it A Return To Love a number of years ago. And so I was like, I'm getting the book, but I've been for two years. I it's been studying. It's been very powerful and, uh, it's good. Um, I'd love the, I know we're on a time limit, but I would again be remiss if I didn't emphasize the, so in recovery, 12 steps, all that, there's this idea of service, right? Like the way to freedom from addictions is service. That's one of the key steps, right? How can I be of service? How can I be of service? And it's that altruistic piece that you're talking about in your power of aids, um, which I love that concept of, and I liked the way you said it, get over yourself, right? If like, if I'm trying to fulfill some, uh, going need, that's like, I want success for success. Say, well, perhaps the universe is going to give you pushback. Versus if you're like, Hey, how can I help energetically this "Luke" for example? Right.Lynn McTaggart: 00:45:44 Well then what people learn that in a power of eight group, because as I say, um, if you're meeting every week, you only have time to do about three people that say, if you're meeting for an hour and you've got to do about 10 minutes each. So most of the time you're actually intending for someone else, but you are actually getting healed too. That's the extraordinary thing about them. They're virtuous circles. They, you heal and they heal. And when I started studying, cause again, I started seeing this, you know, what happened was this big, lovely accident back in 2008, where suddenly these small groups, people were getting healed. And as I say, I'm not a healer by background, a hard nose reporter. So I'm, I'm needing to test this and continuing to test it. And what I discovered over and over again was, you know, when people were sending intention to each other, even it didn't matter whether they were sent her a receiver, they were still getting healed.Lynn McTaggart: 00:46:53 As you mentioned, the guy called Wes, who was, had chronic depression participated in one 10 minute, um, Power Of Eight Group. He volunteered for, he wanted to be the subject, but there was a woman in the group with stage four cancer. And so he, he said, well, she should be the subject. I'll just be a sender. And the experience was so powerful for him. And Wes was somebody who had given up on life. He'd had a terrible life. He'd been drafted during the last years of the Vietnam war. Um, life had just gone down in a terrible spiral, him to the point where, when I met him at 65, he had kind of given up and it was kind of what's the use type of attitude,Mischa Z: 00:47:37 Tragic relationships too, right? LikeLynn McTaggart: 00:47:40 His love of his life died with fast growing cancer and one intention for that woman with stage four cancer. And he wakes up the next day. He has this amazing vision of meeting his 19 year old self back on campus. When he still had a lot of dreams, he wants to be a doctor. He was a smart guy. Um, and somehow that in that vision, his 19 year old self communicated to him, don't worry. There's still time. And he literally said to me, I get to start life over all over again at 65. And he was a changed person, started doing heavy exercise, getting in shape, started studying new things, started writing, really participating in his church, really friendly with everybody completely new individual. And I've seen that over and over again. Um, with this altruism, when you look at the science of altruism, you realize it's, it is like a, uh, it's like a Bulletproof fist. You know, people do things for other people, no matter how small live longer, happier, healthier lives. So there's a ton of research demonstrating how powerful getting off of yourself really is. And I've certainly seen that with Power Of Eight Group.Mischa Z: 00:49:05 I love that. I love the way you say that. Did you tell your kids that all the time get off of yourself?Lynn McTaggart: 00:49:12 Yeah, I do. So even somewhere to LA,Mischa Z: 00:49:15 It's so good. You know what I love about that too? I it's. So I think it's so profound. How, like a smile, it can be as simple as a smile to somebody walking down the street. Like there are it's I can get it in my head that I need to do this massive service thing. When it's in reality, it can be smile, a sense of Goodwill letting somebody jump in front of you and in traffic, whatever. Right. Would you concur on that or?Lynn McTaggart: 00:49:49 Well, I think that, um, I think that any kind of act, whether it is just taking out your neighbor's garbage, for instance, I mean, that's what the science shows is. Volunteers live longer, healthier, happier lives. People who are ill with something, um, if they help someone else with the same illness, they themselves are more likely to get better. There's all that kind of, there's so much science around altruism. It's not just, Hey, this would be a nice thing to do. This is a, this is a serious, healthy thing to do for the giver. But you know what I always tell people too, is you've got to do this power of eight group with a pure heart to you want to really get into wanting to get that other person better. And one of the great things about a Power Of Eight Group, it's so great for now because we've all been so isolated. You don't have to meet in person. You can meet on zoom, just like we're doing. Now. Most of my groups in all of my courses, they meet together. I usually put people in the same time zones, but they meet on zoom. Many of them are like family to each other, but they've never actually physically met. And it's, it's that kind of working over and over again together, having, knowing you've got this little intention, family is such a beautiful way to get over all of the isolation and fear that we're all experiencing now with COVID.Mischa Z: 00:51:23 Yeah. Um, I know you've got a time crunch and I could go on and on and I can keep asking questions, but I want to be respectful for you and your time. And, and I want to Lynn Lynne mctaggart.com, L Y N N E M C T a G G a R t.com. Uh, there's links for your books. The four books are there. Um, you, people can sign up for a webinar that looks super cool. Is that something where is that all recorded or do they get a taste of You?Lynn McTaggart: 00:51:59 Oh, I, all of my courses Mischa are live, so I've got a course coming up called intention essentials, which is, and what we do is we meet together, um, for two hours at a time, five sessions in, uh, in total. So it's 10 hours, but it's live and interactive. So I've got people doing intention together on putting them into groups, et cetera, online. So it's, it's very cool. And if you can't make one of the sessions or, or a number of them, it's always recorded. So that's coming up starting October 2nd, but no, all of my courses are live right.Mischa Z: 00:52:39 And there's looks like some really cool ones on there. Um, there's also, yeah.Lynn McTaggart: 00:52:43 And, um, we've Intention Essentials. You just have to follow the link on the top of Lynne mctaggart.com. You'll find out.Mischa Z: 00:52:50 Perfect. I also, there is, um, your, uh, retreats, which I'm, when I'm looking over here, I'm looking at your websites. So it was just prowling through your retreats and it looks like you have some really cool stuff going on with retreats. So we've got into the light, which is in Costa Rica. That's did we miss that one? No, that's uh, that's coming up December and thenLynn McTaggart: 00:53:17 I've got a, uh, it's over new year's. Cause we decided people were just so sad about COVID and having difficulty that what we tend to run in our entreat retreats is I work with my husband who authored a book called "The Untrue Story Of You", which is all about how we are controlled by our past and our past isn't that time is an energy as he puts it and not a dimension, it's an energy and it lives through you and it actually creates you. So we do a course called you know, "healing yourself from your past" with, with the Power Of Eight. And we use intention to go back in time, not to change what did happen, but to change your perception of what happened and give you back your power. And that's been very, very healing. So we've got one in Costa Rica, which is going to be so exciting because we're going to have a new year's celebration and celebrate going, coming into the light after the, all of this darkness of COVID. So that's also on my website too.Mischa Z: 00:54:29 Yeah. Fantastic. And yes, it's under the events section. Now we've got one healing the past with the power of eight, which is what you're talking about in Italy. I'm looking at this going, oh my gosh, this is an amazing, an amazing experience in an amazing place. So 2022, if somebody wants to stretch it out to, then we can go to Italy.Lynn McTaggart: 00:54:50 Absolutely. We're doing something we're going to be up in Damman her, which is that amazing underground batch of tunnels and cathedrals in Northern Italy. So we'll be doing that too. We just run one or two retreats a year, but they're really, really wonderful. And we have a coterie of other classes. I also just ran a big intention experiment to heal Afghanistan, and we had both Muslims and, uh, Americans on it together, essentially healing each other. So that was, we had many thousands on that. That was just last Saturday for the 20th anniversary. I thought maybe we should have a different kind of image for nine 11.Mischa Z: 00:55:33 That's beautiful. So I know, um, the official scientific results are coming, but in the moment of the experience, I mean, I'm just getting, I just got the chills even thinking about, was it, was it, it must've been profound or maybe you give me five words on the experience?Lynn McTaggart: 00:55:51 Well, Misha, what I found with intention experiments, I've been lately bringing polarized communities together. Like we did a big one with Arabs and Israelis together, people from all over the Gulf states of Arab countries and, uh, audience of Israeli Jews had them all come together with special equipment that could put a camera in all in nine different locations. And they started sending love to each other at the end. So what I've been doing a lot of with intention experiments is finding that again, this is all about altruism. When you come together in a compassionate act, like sending intention to heal Afghanistan, something in your heart opens up. I survey people and I've done so since 2008, with my intention experiments. And I find that when people are doing an intention for peace for somewhere in the world, they themselves experienced peace in their lives. You know, they get over, they make up with the strange relatives. They get along better with their not so nice bosses. You know, they come together with their kids who haven't been speaking to them and, you know, they get healed in some way. They find more peace. They're hugging strangers. So I will be serving the people who are the participants of last Saturday. But if they're anything like every single other peace experiment I run, that's what happens. Okay.Mischa Z: 00:57:20 I can't tell you how many chills I just got while you were telling me that that's amazing. Um, so I did this, uh, summit. I put together 20 speakers. It was called the Tools For A Good LIfe Summit. Um, and I did it in August just went down in August and I brought in all these 20 modalities and one of them, so, you know, healers. So I went, uh, body mind, soul. So, uh, body mind spirit. So I started with mind. So I had, you know, Anthony trucks was on there talking about, uh, identity and, and such. And then, uh, you know, I had EFT, I had, uh, EMDR and then I had healers on their meditation and, you know, the, the full gamut. And so what happened was I was like, I really want somebody for intention. So back in June or whenever I was inviting people, you were one of the targets.Mischa Z: 00:58:14 I was like, I was so I'm looking at intention that, and I came across Lynne McTaggart and I'm like, so your publicist or schedule, I, I believe is who I reached out to. And she said, oh, you're super busy. Um, but you would gladly or be on the podcast. So thank you so much. And as I was doing my research and, you know, prepping, I ha I was like, oh my gosh, you are, excuse my language "badass". I was like, I was like, oh my gosh, I am so blessed. And I feel it now to have you on the podcast. And I'm just saying this, because, you know, I've been in, in recovery for, for decades, myself and, and lots of personal growth, lots of personal growth. And, you know, I've had these slap moments in my life where it's like, all right, you got to start meditating.Mischa Z: 00:59:13 You know, that was 10 years ago. Like you need to take meditating really seriously. Okay. And you know, just all this stuff and the service aspect, more ways to be of service service has been so powerful in my life. And I just say this in that I've got deep roots in some of the things you're talking about, and I just, it's such a gift to have you on here. And I want to encourage, I'm saying all this, because I want to encourage all my listeners. I'm looking at your website, like go to Lynnmctaggart.com. Look at all the good stuff, jump on some of your courses, get one of her books heck go to Italy, right? Like, like what an opportunity, um, to heal. And I just strongly believe in intention. And, and, uh, yeah, I just wanted to say that. So I, I, I, I probably should have started with all that, but I'm going to end with all that and just say, you're very powerful woman. Thank you so much. And, um, yeah. Anybody listening, go check out Lynnmctaggart.com, dive into her content, your content, and take advantage. Cause there, uh, you can feel that one with the world and who doesn't want that. Right.Lynn McTaggart: 01:00:29 Thank you so much. It's been really a pleasure to be with you Misha.Mischa Z: 01:00:33 Fantastic. Um, I'm going to hit stop and then, uh, we'll say goodbye offline.

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Another F*****g Horror Podcast
The Kennedys Are TRASH

Another F*****g Horror Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 139:22


Going off a listener request for a Minnesota story, Amy starts us off with the Val Johnson Incident. Later, Monique covers the story that sparked her friendship with Amy: the brutal, unnecessary, and truly criminal forced lobotomy of Rosemary Kennedy. Oh, and in case you don't know: The Kennedys are TRASH. If you liked this episode, please take a moment to rate, review, and subscribe.

Data Security and Privacy with the Privacy Professor
Demystifying Cyber Insurance: Facts to Get the Right Coverage!

Data Security and Privacy with the Privacy Professor

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 60:00


Listen to this episode to learn from Judy Selby, a worldwide recognized and award-winning cyber insurance expert, about the considerations to take into account for different types of cyber insurance, and how recent, and growing numbers of, ransomware and cyberattacks and hacks are impacting the cyber insurance coverage packages. Throughout the recent history of ransomware and other types of malware and cybercrime and hacking, organizations have become increasingly dependent upon cyber insurance to cut their losses. But with ransoms becoming so huge, and cyber-attacks becoming so prevalent, are cyber insurers going to change the conditions for which they will provide cyber insurance? Can cyber insurance requirements actually change, even possibly improve, cybersecurity practices within organizations who get cyber insurance? And what else does cyber insurance cover besides ransomware and other types of malware? What are the different types of cyber insurance that businesses do have available to them? What are complicating factors in establishing actuarial tables, and then coverage packages and premium rates, for cyber insurance? Do new laws impact cyber insurance coverage and rates? Will premiums be impacted by the policy holders if they use cybersecurity tools that have been compromised, such as SolarWinds? Listen to this episode to hear Judy Selby, Partner in the New York office of the Kennedys global law firm, answer these questions, and many more! Also, hear how you can get a free copy of her best-selling book, Demystifying Cyber Insurance: 5 Steps to the Right Coverage. #Cybersecurity, #RiskManagement, #JudySelby, #CyberInsurance, #CyberLiability, #CyberLiabilityInsurance

Two Marks and A Spark
Two Marks SItdown - Kennedy Phillips

Two Marks and A Spark

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 68:33


Another two marks sitdown and this one is with the Fantastic Kennedy Phillips! Stay tuned to the end to hear the preview of Kennedys next project. Kennedys Twitter - https://twitter.com/MagusSerling Kennedys Youtube -https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtcZ1Q8snzsKDNL9X5Gvqdg This podcast is sponsored proudly by Expressvpn go to expressvpn.com/spark for more info. Twitter.com/benshrewsbury --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/two-marks-and-a-spark/support

Data Security and Privacy with the Privacy Professor
Demystifying Cyber Insurance: Facts to Get the Right Coverage!

Data Security and Privacy with the Privacy Professor

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 60:00


Listen to this episode to learn from Judy Selby, a worldwide recognized and award-winning cyber insurance expert, about the considerations to take into account for different types of cyber insurance, and how recent, and growing numbers of, ransomware and cyberattacks and hacks are impacting the cyber insurance coverage packages. Throughout the recent history of ransomware and other types of malware and cybercrime and hacking, organizations have become increasingly dependent upon cyber insurance to cut their losses. But with ransoms becoming so huge, and cyber-attacks becoming so prevalent, are cyber insurers going to change the conditions for which they will provide cyber insurance? Can cyber insurance requirements actually change, even possibly improve, cybersecurity practices within organizations who get cyber insurance? And what else does cyber insurance cover besides ransomware and other types of malware? What are the different types of cyber insurance that businesses do have available to them? What are complicating factors in establishing actuarial tables, and then coverage packages and premium rates, for cyber insurance? Do new laws impact cyber insurance coverage and rates? Will premiums be impacted by the policy holders if they use cybersecurity tools that have been compromised, such as SolarWinds? Listen to this episode to hear Judy Selby, Partner in the New York office of the Kennedys global law firm, answer these questions, and many more! Also, hear how you can get a free copy of her best-selling book, Demystifying Cyber Insurance: 5 Steps to the Right Coverage. #Cybersecurity, #RiskManagement, #JudySelby, #CyberInsurance, #CyberLiability, #CyberLiabilityInsurance

In The Frame: Theatre Interviews from West End Frame
S5 Ep6: Clive Rowe, Jethro in The Prince of Egypt

In The Frame: Theatre Interviews from West End Frame

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 37:58


Olivier winner Clive Rowe recently look over as Jethro in the West End production of The Prince of Egypt at the Dominion Theatre. Clive won the 1997 Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical for Guys and Dolls. He was nominated for an Olivier Award in 2009 for outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre for Mother Goose at the Hackney Empire and in 1993 for Best Supporting Performance in Carousel.Just a few of his recent theatre credits include: Sweet Charity (Donmar Warehouse), Blues in the Night (Kiln Theatre), In the Willows (UK tour), Guys and Dolls (Royal Albert Hall), Me and My Girl (Chichester), The Light Princess (National Theatre), The Hothouse (Trafalgar Studios), The Ladykillers (West End / UK tour), Kiss Me Kate (Chichester / The Old Vic), No Naughty Bits (Hampstead Theatre), The Wiz (Birmingham Rep / West Yorkshire Playhouse) and Company (Donmar Warehouse).Clive is renowned for his pantomime appearances and this Christmas he will return to the Hackney Empire in Jack & The Beanstalk which runs 20th November - 2nd January 2022.His screen credits include: Tracy Beaker, The Evermoor Chronicles, So Awkward, The Kennedys, All The Small Things, Doctor Who and Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast. Clive stars as Jethro in The Prince of Egypt at the Dominion Theatre until Saturday 16th October 2021. The musical is currently booking to Saturday 8th January 2022.Hosted by Andrew Tomlins. @Andrew_Tomlins Thanks for listening! Email: andrew@westendframe.co.ukVisit westendframe.co.uk for more info about our podcasts. 

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle
28.08.2021 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 7:29


Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Samstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.US-Armee übt Vergeltung in Afghanistan Als Reaktion auf den blutigen Anschlag am Flughafen Kabul haben die USA den regionalen Ableger der Terrormiliz IS attackiert. Der Angriff mit einer unbemannten Drohne in der afghanischen Provinz Nangahar habe "einem Planer" der Gruppierung "Islamischer Staat Provinz Khorasan" gegolten, teilte ein Sprecher des US-Zentralkommandos Centcom mit. "Ersten Anzeichen zufolge haben wir das Ziel getötet", sagte der Sprecher wörtlich. Bei dem Terrorangriff am Donnerstag waren Dutzende Menschen getötet worden - darunter 13 amerikanische Soldaten. US-Präsident Joe Biden kündigte daraufhin Vergeltung an. US-Geheimdienste können Corona-Ursprung nicht klären Die amerikanischen Geheimdienste haben ihren mit Spannung erwarteten Bericht zum Ursprung des Coronavirus veröffentlicht - und kein eindeutiges Ergebnis präsentieren können. In dem Papier werden sowohl eine Übertragung von Tier zu Mensch als auch ein Laborunfall in China als "plausible Hypothesen" bezeichnet. US-Präsident Joe Biden warf China nach der Veröffentlichung vor, nach wie vor wichtige Informationen zum Ursprung der Pandemie zurückzuhalten. Regierungsvertreter in Peking hätten von Anfang an internationale Untersuchungen verhindert. USA und Israel betonen ihre gute Partnerschaft US-Präsident Joe Biden hat dem neuen israelischen Ministerpräsidenten Naftali Bennett anhaltende Unterstützung der Vereinigten Staaten zugesagt. Die USA würden immer für Israel da sein, erklärte Biden beim Antrittsbesuch Bennetts im Weißen Haus. Der Premier unterstrich seinerseits, Israel werde immer an der Seite der USA stehen. Ein zentrales Gesprächsthema war das iranische Atomprogramm, durch das sich Israel in seiner Existenz bedroht sieht. Biden habe bekräftigt, dass der Iran niemals Zugriff auf Atomwaffen haben dürfe. Dafür sei er dem US-Präsidenten dankbar, sagte Bennett. Afrikaner wollen mehr Impfstoffe für Afrika Bei einem Gipfel im Bundeskanzleramt haben afrikanische Staaten auf besseren Zugang zu Corona-Impfstoffen gepocht. Es sei leichtfertig, dass Vakzine nur in einigen Ländern produziert würden, erklärte Südafrikas Präsident Cyril Ramaphosa in Berlin. Kanzlerin Angela Merkel nannte es eine "dramatische Ungerechtigkeit", dass in Europa 60 Prozent, in Afrika aber nur zwei Prozent der Menschen gegen das Coronavirus geimpft seien. "Dies müssen wir schnell überwinden", sagte Merkel wörtlich. Der Forderung nach einer Freigabe von Impfstoff-Patenten erteilte sie jedoch eine Absage. Hurrikanzentrum NHC warnt vor "Ida" Als Hurrikan der Stufe eins ist der Sturm "Ida" über Kuba hinweggefegt. Kubanische Staatsmedien berichteten von Stromausfällen und umgestürzten Bäumen. Tausende Menschen waren in Sicherheit gebracht worden. In der Hauptstadt Havanna wurde der öffentliche Nahverkehr eingestellt. Das US-Hurrikanzentrum NHC hatte vor lebensbedrohlich starken Regenfällen, Sturzfluten und Schlammlawinen im Westen Kubas, aber auch auf Jamaika und den Cayman-Inseln gewarnt. "Ida" wird voraussichtlich an diesem Samstag über den Golf von Mexiko ziehen und dort weiter an Kraft gewinnen. Grünes Licht für Freilassung von Kennedy-Mörder Der Mörder des US-Präsidentschaftskandidaten Robert F. Kennedy könnte schon bald aus dem Gefängnis entlassen werden. Das zuständige Gremium im Bundesstaat Kalifornien stimmte für die Freilassung von Sirhan Sirhan auf Bewährung. Der in Jerusalem geborene Palästinenser hatte Robert F. Kennedy am 5. Juni 1968 in einem Hotel in Los Angeles erschossen. Der heute 77-jährige Sirhan habe damit gegen Kennedys pro-israelische Haltung protestiert, hieß es damals. Kaliforniens Gouverneur Gavin Newsom könnte die Freilassung noch blockieren.

AP Audio Stories
RFK assassin Sirhan wins parole with support of 2 Kennedys

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 1:35


AP Audio Stories
RFK assassin Sirhan wins parole with support of 2 Kennedys

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 1:30


AP Audio Stories
RFK assassin Sirhan wins parole with support of 2 Kennedys

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 1:28


Karson & Kennedy
Karson & Kennedy Daily Podcast - Karson is Wholesome and Kennedys Old Airchecks

Karson & Kennedy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 47:29


The whole show in one place! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Conspiracy Show with Richard Syrett
The Murder of JFK, Jr.

The Conspiracy Show with Richard Syrett

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 93:29


REPEAT BROADCAST FROM NOVEMBER 4TH, 2018 Richard welcomes a published author who speculates that a plane crash is a tried and true form of assassination to eliminate political opponents. But who would be killing Kennedys, and for what reason?

Holy Crap Records Podcast
Ep 171 - ‘The Big Jump' With music by: Only Child Tyrant, Rich Girls, Vivian Girls, Fortunato, Daniel Byrd, Funeral Lakes, Little Murders 

Holy Crap Records Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 56:59


The Kennedys issue an apology to singer songwriters, and go to a monster truck rally. And great music! (All podcasts and reviews are on www.hlycrp.com, and you can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and Spotify, and Apple Podcasts.)

Tea Time With the Kennedys
Season #2 Premieres August 16th

Tea Time With the Kennedys

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2021 0:32


Season #2 of Tea Time With the Kennedys is here!!! Listen to what's coming your way this season:) ***Follow Us*** Instagram: @thekennedytwins: https://www.instagram.com/thekennedytwins/?hl=en @hadiyakennedy: https://www.instagram.com/hadiyakennedy/?hl=en @damali.k: https://www.instagram.com/damali.k/?hl=en --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-kennedy-twins/message

Grandma’s Room Podcast
The Liberator Final Part, Rosemary Kennedy, and Shenanigans

Grandma’s Room Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 48:46


In this return episode we talk about the life of Rosemary Kennedy, we finish the book “The Liberator”, and we get into future projects and strange things.

PEP with Chas and Dr Dave
Planet Extra Podcast (Ep 74, 30 JULY)

PEP with Chas and Dr Dave

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 98:47


Chas and Dr Dave discuss Tucker spies, Terrible Texans, and Dave's Extremely Obscure Pickup about the Kennedys

EDRM Global Podcast Network
Illumination Zone: Judy Selby, partner at Kennedys sits down with Kaylee and Mary on cyber insurance in the age of ransomware

EDRM Global Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 29:13


Judy Selby, partner at Kennedys, multi book author, and EDRM Global Advisory Counsel leader, sits down with Kaylee & Mary to talk about her journey and the many nuances of cyber and privacy insurance.

Chicago Dog Walk
Wednesday 7/21/21 - Was Marilyn Monroe Murdered? Part II

Chicago Dog Walk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 20:01


Chief is back for Part II on why people think Marilyn Monroe may have been murdered. This time around we get into the Kennedys, Mob ties, a strange drug tracing, and more.

Nightgeist
Ep. 133 The Murder of Marilyn Monroe and Pub Ghosts

Nightgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 93:04


This week are deep diving into the death, or as we refer to it as, murder of icon Marilyn Monroe.  It's long been speculated that she died under mysterious circumstances that involved the mob, Frank Sinatra, and the Kennedys.  So pack your bags because we are going to Hollywood to be stars, or die trying.  Also news involvony pub ghosts with b.om and bowling balls for days. Lights, camera, Action!   Join our Patreon! For $2 a month receive an extra episode each week!  Nightgeist swag and more is waiting for you!  Please Subscribe, Rate, & Review Us! Email us your experiences with the unknown at nightgeistpod@gmail.com.   Call/text us your tales of spooky at 707-200-3898.   Follow us on Instagram  @Nightgeistpodcast.   Check out our website: https://www.nightgeistpod.com/. AND merch @ https://Nightgeist.threadless.com/

Holy Crap Records Podcast
Ep 167 - ‘Crocs' With music by: Andrew Massey, John Kirby and the New Seniors, Boo Hag, Dot.s, Ponys Auf Pump, Powder Horns, Mike Lust

Holy Crap Records Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 116:49


The Kennedys officially lose their edge. Cinnamon's footwear choices incite rage. Young John goes to the Danceteria. And great music! (All podcasts and reviews are on www.hlycrp.com, and you can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and Spotify, and Apple Podcasts.)

True Murder: The Most Shocking Killers
BOMBSHELL-Mike Rothmiller

True Murder: The Most Shocking Killers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 69:37


‘Bobby called. He's coming to California. He wants to see me.'Drawing on secret police files, Marilyn Monroe's private diary and never before published first-hand testimony, this book proves that Robert Kennedy was directly responsible for her death. It details the legendary star's tumultuous personal involvement with him and his brother, President John Kennedy, and how they sought to silence her.The new evidence and testimony is provided by Mike Rothmiller who, as a detective of the Organized Crime Intelligence Division (OCID) of the LAPD, had direct personal access to hundreds of secret LAPD files on exactly what happened at Marilyn Monroe's Californian home on August 5, 1962.With his training and investigator's knowledge, Rothmiller used that secret information to get to the heart of the matter, to the people who were there the night Marilyn died – two of whom played major roles in the cover-up – and the wider conspiracy to protect the Kennedys at all costs.There will be those with doubts, but to them, the lawman – who directed international intelligence operations targeting organized crime – says the printed, forensic and oral evidence are totally convincing. He insists: ‘If I presented my evidence in any court of law, I'd get a conviction.' BOMBSHELL: The Night Bobby Kennedy Killed Marilyn Monroe-Mike Rothmiller

Why Is This Not a Movie?
Who Killed Dorothy Kilgallen w/Orrin Konheim

Why Is This Not a Movie?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 39:52


Dorothy Kilgallen was a beloved entertainment reporter, a regular on What's My Line, when she took a hard left turn into crime reporting. She covered murders and organized crime. She was the only person to interview Jack Ruby after he killed Oswald, and got to see the Warren Commission report even before LBJ. But when she started to challenge the official story on JFK's assassination, she soon died under mysterious circumstances. Was she murdered? Print journalist Orrin Konheim joins us to talk about Kilgallen succeeding in a male-domainted field, getting close to the Kennedys, and then dying in a manner suspiciously similar to Marilyn Monroe.

My Time Capsule
Ep. 106 - Emma Kennedy

My Time Capsule

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2021 51:29


Emma Kennedy is an actor, comedy writer and author. As an actor, she has appeared in Goodness Gracious Me, This Morning With Richard Not Judy (with her fellow Oxford Revue members Richard Herring & Stewart Lee), Jonathan Creek and People Like Us. As a writer she's written numerous books in including How To Bring Up Your Parents and The Tent, The Bucket and Me which was also adapted, by Emma, into a six-part BBC TV series called The Kennedys staring Katherine Parkinson. Emma won Celebrity MasterChef in 2012. Emma Kennedy is guest number 106 on My Time Capsule and chats to Michael Fenton Stevens about the five things she'd like to put in a time capsule; four she'd like to preserve and one she'd like to bury and never have to think about again .Follow Emma Kennedy on Twitter: @EmmaKennedy .Follow My Time Capsule on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook: @MyTCpod .Follow Michael Fenton Stevens on Twitter: @fentonstevens and Instagram @mikefentonstevens .Produced and edited by John Fenton-Stevens for Cast Off Productions .Music by Pass The Peas Music .Artwork by Matthew Boxall .Social media support by Harriet Stevens .This podcast is proud to be associated with the charity Viva! Providing theatrical opportunities for hundreds of young people. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Kennedy Dynasty
A Brush With Fame: Celebrity Relationships With The Kennedys

Kennedy Dynasty

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2021 20:13


Alyson talks all about various celebrities who have been romantically involved with members of the Kennedy family over the years, as well as answers a few listener questions and shares the “Inspiring Clip Of The Week”. Instagram: www.instagram.com/kennedydynasty Patreon: www.patreon.com/kennedydynasty Website: www.kennedydynasty.com YouTube: www.kennedydynasty.com/youtube Shop: www.kennedydynasty.com/shop Recommendations: www.kennedydynasty.com/recommendations

The Charles Mizrahi Show
Killing the Mob: The Fight Against Organized Crime in America - Bill O'Reilly

The Charles Mizrahi Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 39:05


He's the king of all media ... Bill O'Reilly has graced our screens for over 40 years. After serving as lead anchor on The O'Reilly Factor, he moved on to host No Spin News and The O'Reilly Update. He's also the most successful nonfiction writer of all time, with 16 No.1-ranked novels to date. The media icon discusses the latest book in his bestselling Killing series with host Charles Mizrahi. [Editor's Note: Please be advised that this episode contains descriptions of sexual violence. If you would like to avoid this content, please skip ahead at 00:08:06 to 00:09:30] Topics Discussed: • An Introduction to Bill O'Reilly (00:00:00) • A Dedication to Family (00:04:45) • The “Juice Man” (00:06:06) • Filling a Gap in History (00:10:26) • Shedding Light on True Evil (00:16:29) • Charles “Lucky” Luciano (00:21:00) • Arnaz & Sinatra (00:30:11) • The Kennedys' Involvement (00:33:00) Guest Bio: Bill O'Reilly's success in broadcasting and publishing is unmatched. He kickstarted his media career with work on CBS, ABC and Inside Edition. He then served as the iconic anchor of The O'Reilly Factor for nearly two decades. While there, he grew the program to become the highest-rated cable news broadcast in the nation. Then, after nearly 40 years in broadcast television, O'Reilly moved on to host No Spin News and The O'Reilly Update — where he delivers current events with: “No spin. Just the facts.” In addition, O'Reilly is the author of the bestselling Killing series. It currently has over 18 million books in print. Resources Mentioned: https://www.amazon.com/Killing-Mob-Against-Organized-OReillys/dp/125027365X (Killing the Mob: The Fight Against Organized Crime in America) https://www.amazon.com/Killing-Kennedy-Bill-OReilly-audiobook/dp/B009KEZN4U/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=%E2%80%A2+Killing+Kennedy%3A+The+End+of+Camelot&qid=1623701690&s=books&sr=1-1 (Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot) https://www.amazon.com/Killing-Lincoln-Bill-OReilly-audiobook/dp/B005PTP0QU/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=%E2%80%A2+Killing+Lincoln%3A+The+Shocking+Assassination+that+Changed+America+Forever&qid=1623701713&s=audible&sr=1-2 (Killing Lincoln: The Shocking Assassination that Changed America Forever) https://www.amazon.com/Killing-Patton-Bill-OReilly-audiobook/dp/B00KMYOG5E/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=%E2%80%A2+Killing+Patton%3A+The+Strange+Death+of+World+War+II%27s+Most+Audacious+General&qid=1623701734&s=audible&sr=1-2 (Killing Patton: The Strange Death of World War II's Most Audacious General) Don't Forget To...  https://the-charles-mizrahi-show.captivate.fm/listen (Subscribe to my podcast! ) Download this episode to save for later  Liked this episode? Leave a kind review!   Subscribe to Charles' Alpha Investor newsletter today: https://pro.banyanhill.com/m/1729783

Financial Survival Network
Gianni Russo The Godfather of Hollywood on Marilyn Monroe and the Kennedy's #5179

Financial Survival Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 31:30


Our next guest is someone you're probably familiar. He started life in the polio ward at Belview hosp in NY. Became a courrier for mob boss Frank Costello, had a hot torrid affair with Marilyn Monroe, a close personal friendship with Frank Sinatora, knew the Kennedys and has kept popping in history much like Forest Gump, whenever something major was happening. But you probably know him best as Carlo Rizzi in the Godfather, Gianni Russo is here with us now. Sorry Gianni, I can't even begin to do your story justice in such a short period of time. Gianni is the author of Hollywood Godfather, a multi-year bestseller. We explore his early beginnings in a New York City polio ward, his association with mob chieftain Frank Costello, his involvement in the JFK assassination, his torrid affair with Marilyn Monroe and her untimely suspicious death. Gianni goes into what happed with the RFK assassination and Sirhan Sirhan's, brainwashing. And his run in with Narco Terrorist Pablo Escobar and how he managed to escape certain death at his hands. Truly a fascinating life and one that Gianni says he has no regrets about.

Greg & The Morning Buzz
6/7/2021 - Mark Shaw Collateral Damage Book On Kennedys

Greg & The Morning Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 13:56


A Daily "Buzz 24/7" feature from Greg & The Morning Buzz

Tea Time With the Kennedys
#KidsSaytheDarndestThings

Tea Time With the Kennedys

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2021 31:16


We finally made it to the season 1 finale of Tea Time With the Kennedys and in today's episode we take a look at some of the most craziest things that have happened in classrooms across America hope y'all enjoy this last episode of the season. ***Follow Us*** Instagram: @thekennedytwins: https://www.instagram.com/thekennedytwins/?hl=en @hadiyakennedy: https://www.instagram.com/hadiyakennedy/?hl=en @damali.k: https://www.instagram.com/damali.k/?hl=en @hk.insider: https://www.instagram.com/hk.insider/?igshid=12tqrrk3glavas --- 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/the-kennedy-twins/message

Holy Crap Records Podcast
Ep 160 - ‘EEK!’ With music by: Kill Bell, Scott Making Cents, NewCastle, Eat the Label, The Beavers, The Goin’ Nowheres, NOMOΣ 751

Holy Crap Records Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 61:41


The Kennedys continue to be tormented by woodland creatures. John is in a Jason Bourne movie. Plus, great music! (All podcasts and reviews are on www.hlycrp.com, and you can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and Spotify, and Apple Podcasts.)

Superfeed! from The Incomparable
Saga of Rereading Epics 10: Magnificat

Superfeed! from The Incomparable

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 92:33


We’ve reached the end! Time to cover the final book about this “magnificent family of weirdo psychic Kennedys”. Just one more ep of the podcast to go, when we’ll wrap up the entire nine-book epic! Host Erika Ensign and Lisa Schmeiser.

The Nostalgia Test Podcast

Dan & Manny are joined by their longtime friend & cross-country road trip companion Dave Kucich (Kuce BBQ) to help put the 2004 Hip Hop album

PARANORMAL PODCAST
The Kennedys, UFOs, and Marilyn Monroe - Paranormal Podcast 684

PARANORMAL PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 47:43


Was Marilyn Monroe's death not only murder but also tied to her knowledge of what the Kennedys knew about UFOs AND told her? That's the thesis behind Nick Redfern's latest book. We talk to him about it on this week's Paranormal Podcast. You can find the book at Amazon.com: Diary of Secrets: UFO Conspiracies and the Mysterious Death of Marilyn Monroe Thanks Nick! -STAMPS.COM- Stamps.com brings the Post Office, and UPS shipping, right to your computer. Mail and ship anything from the convenience of your home or office. Use Stamps.com for all of your shipping needs! With my promo code, PARANORMAL, you get a special offer that includes a 4-week trial PLUS free postage and a digital scale. No long term commitments or contracts. Just go to Stamps.com, click on the Microphone at the TOP of the homepage and type in PARANORMAL. Never go to the Post Office again!

The Open Mic Podcast with Brett Allan
Actor and Musician Page Kennedy | "Duck" on The Upshaw's Now On Netflix

The Open Mic Podcast with Brett Allan

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021 25:46


Today we have the multi talented actor, comedian and musician Page Kennedy. Most know him from the blockbuster hit "The Meg" but his career spans decades. He can currently be seen on the Netflix streamer, "The Upshaw's"  as "Duck", which is a can't miss show. We discuss, this, career and more, on today's episode. Actor/comedian/rap artist, Page Kennedy (The Meg) returns to the screen in Netflix’s new comedy series, The Upshaws, starring  opposite Wanda Sykes and Mike Epps. The series premiering May 12, follows an African American family in Indiana that struggles to make it work. Epps portrays the head of the household, Bennie Upshaw while Page portrays Duck, Bennie’s ex-con and newly religious best friend. Duck served a seven year stint in prison after being involved in a heist gone bad — where Bennie got away. Now, he works with a grateful Bennie in his garage and is his biggest cheerleader.When Page isn’t acting he is equally devoted to another passion of his, rap music.  His latest and third studio album, “Page”, features production by Grammy award-winning Aftermath producer Focus, Mic West and guest artists Method Man, Elzhi, Xzibit, Ali Caldwell, Lonny Bereal and Chief Wakil.  His music filters the global health crisis and socio-political injustices of the last year through the lens of his personal life while celebrating the resilience of Black and Brown people during these recently trying times as he looks towards the future.The striking album cover for “PAGE” is a portrait of the artist made from a collage of pictures of people who have died at the hands of police brutality.Page is well known for his starring role in  Warner Bros summer blockbuster, The Meg, opposite Jason Statham. He is also best known for portraying Radon Randell in the Spike sports comedy series, Blue Mountain State, and U-Turn in the Showtime series, Weeds. He landed his first role as Roger on CBS's The Kennedys by sneaking into Sony's studios as a messenger and delivered his headshot and resume.  He also portrayed Alfre Woodard’s son on Desperate Housewives. www.brettallanshow.comHave a question, email us below!openmicguest@gmail.comBe sure to follow us on social media for all the latest podcast updates!Twittertwitter.com/@brettsopenmicIGinstagram.com/brettsopenmicFacebookFacebook.com/openmicpodcastwww.brettallanshow.com 

The Glenn Beck Program
Do You Recognize Your Country Any More? | Guest: Bill O’Reilly | 5/11/21

The Glenn Beck Program

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2021 123:35


After the DarkSide cyberattack on a major fuel pipeline, some cities on the East Coast are already seeing gas shortages. Do you even recognize your country any more? Dollar General is having a good year as inflation rises. Glenn answers a listener’s question about the history of slavery in America. Stu reviews newly leaked documents that show just how woke Disney has become, and Glenn compares them to Walt Disney’s original dream. Bill O’Reilly’s new book, “Killing the Mob,” is out now, and Bill joins to preview some of the eye-opening stories involving Al Capone, the Kennedys, Hollywood, and even the modern-day mob. Bill Maher exclaimed that the woke Left sucks the fun out of everything. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Glenn Beck Program
Best of The Program | Guest: Bill O’Reilly | 5/11/21

The Glenn Beck Program

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2021 37:46


After the DarkSide cyberattack on a major fuel pipeline, some cities on the East Coast are already seeing gas shortages. Meanwhile, inflation is on the rise across the country. Stu reviews newly leaked documents that show just how woke Disney has become, and Glenn compares them to Walt Disney’s original dream. Bill O’Reilly’s new book, “Killing the Mob,” is out now, and Bill joins to preview some of the eye-opening stories involving Al Capone, the Kennedys, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Start Here
'In Plain Sight: Lady Bird Johnson': Ep. 3

Start Here

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2021 41:36


Presenting the third episode of a new eight-part ABC News podcast, "In Plain Sight: Lady Bird Johnson." Continue listening on Apple Podcasts (http://apple.co/ladybird), Spotify (https://spoti.fi/3ukYgoq), or wherever you get your podcasts: https://bit.ly/3bBrdUK - Fresh from landslide victory in the 1964 election, Lyndon and Lady Bird shuttle back and forth between Washington, DC and Texas as they make plans for their first full term in office. But despite all that public support, it’s clear there’s trouble ahead. The civil rights movement is confronting a violent backlash, especially in the South, and despite LBJ’s public stance, Lady Bird knows they have “a small war on our hands” in Vietnam. Amid this turmoil, Lady Bird’s ideas about her own work are changing -- what started as planting flowers in underserved DC neighborhoods is growing into an agenda that brings environmentalism and social justice together in America’s cities. And yet, after nearly two years in office, the Johnsons still find themselves in the shadow of the glamorous Kennedys, when a high profile event at the White House brings the Johnsons their first taste of public protest and bad press.

In Plain Sight: Lady Bird Johnson

Fresh from landslide victory in the 1964 election, Lyndon and Lady Bird shuttle back and forth between Washington, DC and Texas as they make plans for their first full term in office. But despite all that public support, it's clear there's trouble ahead. The civil rights movement is confronting a violent backlash, especially in the South, and despite LBJ's public stance, Lady Bird knows they have “a small war on our hands” in Vietnam. Amid this turmoil, Lady Bird's ideas about her own work are changing -- what started as planting flowers in underserved DC neighborhoods is growing into an agenda that brings environmentalism and social justice together in America's cities. And yet, after nearly two years in office, the Johnsons still find themselves in the shadow of the glamorous Kennedys, when a high profile event at the White House brings the Johnsons their first taste of public protest and bad press.

Cults
Welcome to the Family: The Kennedys

Cults

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2021 1:23


They’re a powerful political dynasty with no shortage of tragedies, scandals and controversies. Ahead of the 60th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s inauguration, revisit the most shocking moments in the Kennedy family history — from conspiracies and cover-ups to assassinations and affairs — in this Parcast limited series.  All 12 episodes are available January 19th. Listen free, only on Spotify. 

Very Presidential with Ashley Flowers
Welcome to the Family: The Kennedys

Very Presidential with Ashley Flowers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2021 1:23


They’re a powerful political dynasty with no shortage of tragedies, scandals and controversies. Ahead of the 60th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s inauguration, revisit the most shocking moments in the Kennedy family history — from conspiracies and cover-ups to assassinations and affairs — in this Parcast limited series.  All 12 episodes are available January 19th. Listen free, only on Spotify. 

Serial Killers
Welcome to the Family: The Kennedys

Serial Killers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2021 1:23


They’re a powerful political dynasty with no shortage of tragedies, scandals and controversies. Ahead of the 60th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s inauguration, revisit the most shocking moments in the Kennedy family history — from conspiracies and cover-ups to assassinations and affairs — in this Parcast limited series.  All 12 episodes are available January 19th. Listen free, only on Spotify.