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French special collectivity in the southwest Pacific Ocean

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KAren Swain ATP Radio
Samuel Chong The Inner Sanctum Online Sessions

KAren Swain ATP Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 123:57


Live with KAren and Samuel Chong, in the Inner sanctum Online Group Sessions: Lessons from The Thiaoouba Prophecy Book. Join The Inner Sanctum Online Group Sessions here https://karenswain.com/inner-sanctum/ Samuel Shen Chong is a certified court interpreter, Chinese translator, and Galactic Ambassador living in LA, instrumental in arranging for the Chinese publication of Michel Desmarquet's book, Thiaoouba Prophecy, which came out in the early 90's. The book describes Michel's visit to another highly advance planet & civilisation, sharing many truths about life on other planets, the universe, creation and life on planet earth. Michel Desmarquet is known for his book ‘Thiaoouba Prophecy', also known as ‘Thiaoouba: The Golden Planet'. Born on July 16, 1931 in Normandy, France. Michel Desmarquet and his family moved to the French territory of New Caledonia, before moving to Australia in February 1971. Samuel says; ”Ever since I was young, I dreamed about gaining knowledge through unique means. I had the feeling that the scientific advancements on Earth were too slow for us to explore the universe. So why not gain knowledge and technology from highly civilized and advanced extraterrestrials who could visit us? Sometime in late 2014, I stumbled upon a book on Amazon titled “Abduction to the 9th planet, a true report by the author who was physically abducted to another planet” written by Michel Desmarquet. Curious about the author's encounters, I immediately borrowed this book from a library. To my great satisfaction, it answered almost all of the questions I have had since I was young. Indeed, I was so intrigued by the book that I decided to pay a visit to the author to learn about the things not written in the book, as he mentioned in the postscript that he “had many other conversations with Thao [the extraterrestrial with advanced civilization] which do not appear in this book,” and that he learned “things which are more incredible than those revealed in this volume”, but that he is “not permitted to discuss them, as we are still far from understanding them.” The notion of “many other conversations” aroused my curiosity and I became determined to find out more. See more here https://karenswain.com/samuel-shen-chong/ THANK YOU FOR YOUR DONATIONS Appreciate KAren's work on ATP Media Awakening Consciousness? Please support us, you can share your love on this link https://www.paypal.me/KArenASwain.

On The Brink
Episode 83: Sarrah Storey

On The Brink

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 61:10


In 2006 Sarrah made the Village of Fraser Lake in North Central BC her home after a lengthy stay in Prince George BC for almost 24 years. Sarrah has a background in Business and Marketing and landed a role in her 20s as the manager of recreation for a municipality which started her on her journey in municipal politics. In 2018 as a Municipal Councillor, Sarrah started departing her many other jobs to run for Mayor. She was employed with the College of New Caledonia as the Community Adult Literacy Program Coordinator, Executive Director for the Better at Home Program Rural & Remote Pilot Project and was the Nechako Literacy Coordinator through Decoda. Currently she works for United Way BC and in a unique role as a Regional Community Developer under Population Health oversees the Healthy Aging Programs in the North that help seniors age in place. Sarrah believes in supporting activities that provide opportunities for social development, wellness and mental health as well as those that contribute to making the communities of BC an even better place to live. In her spare time Sarrah is an active volunteer and enjoy's coordinating events for many projects, and in 2013 co-founded the Autumn Services Seniors Centre which is a registered charity and also created a food share program, she dubbed the centre a Community Social and Service Centre so all ages could work on social isolation and support older adults aging and community wellness together. Sarrah has served 3 terms on the Village of Fraser Lake Council. In November of 2018 she was elected as Mayor of the Village of Fraser Lake and was acclaimed again as Mayor in 2022. Sarrah serves as director on the Regional district Bulkley Nechako and is currently serving as director with the Union Of British Columbia Municipalities for her 3rd year. She served on the North Central Local Government Association for 5 years including as president in 2020 and is back on NCLGA as an appointee this year for year 6. Sarrah was also just made president of the Northern Medical Programs Trust and Serves on the Northern Development Initiative Trust. For fun, Sarrah thoroughly enjoys the outdoors, as an avid outdoors woman who loves hunting, golfing, fishing, kayaking, rock collecting and organizing and playing in slow-pitch tournaments and volunteering her time teaching the youth how to play ball. Sarrah believes it takes doing more than your share to make a community healthy, vibrant and strong and wants to leave the world better than she found it, making sure her children and the future generations have a great BC to grow up in.

MedicalMissions.com Podcast
Finding Your Best-fit Sending Agency (The top 10 Questions to Ask)

MedicalMissions.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023


In this session, you'll learn the most important questions to ask when considering a potential mission sending organization. Find your best fit by attending this seminar!

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MedicalMissions.com Podcast
Treatment of Worms and Other Parasitic Diseases

MedicalMissions.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023


This session will be a quick review of common treatments for worms, Chagas disease, Human African Trypanosomiasis and leishmaniasis which are all parasites more common outside of the United States. However with a recent increase in immigrants they are becoming more common in some parts of the United States. The brief discussion of the treatment of each of these infections will include medications, dosing, side effects and monitoring.

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FlyontheWallPodcast
Episode 193 - Sexual fetishes and New Caledonia

FlyontheWallPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 83:26


Big Waz has a list of sexual fetishes as long as your arm and the way I've typed that makes it sounds like they're HIS sexual fetishes but let's leave it at that. We also talk about New Caledonia and other island nations and we share our New Year's resolutions for 2023.

RNZ: Dateline Pacific
No statute referendum for New Caledonia

RNZ: Dateline Pacific

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 7:56


The French government says it won't be organising another referendum in New Caledonia during the president's current five-year term.

RNZ: Dateline Pacific
Pacific Waves for 23 December 2022

RNZ: Dateline Pacific

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 21:44


Fiji's military forces are being deployed to maintain security and stability in the country following reports of threats made against minority groups; The French government says it won't be organising another referendum in New Caledonia during the president's current five-year term.

MedicalMissions.com Podcast

This session focuses on women on mission and will highlight the role of women on mission, the challenges faced and some ways to overcome these challenges. Examples of women on mission in the past as well as present day experiences will be used to bring to life the opportunities and the difficulties as well as the great joys of a woman on mission.

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New Books Network
Quito J. Swan, "Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World" (NYU Press, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 98:43


Oceania is a vast sea of islands, large scale political struggles and immensely significant historical phenomena. Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World (NYU Press, 2022) is a compelling history of understudied anti-colonial movements in this region, exploring how indigenous Oceanic activists intentionally forged international connections with the African world in their fights for liberation. Drawing from research conducted across Fiji, Australia, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Britain, and the United States, Quito Swan shows how liberation struggles in Oceania actively engaged Black internationalism in their diverse battles against colonial rule. Pasifika Black features as its protagonists Oceania's many playwrights, organizers, religious leaders, scholars, Black Power advocates, musicians, environmental justice activists, feminists, and revolutionaries who carried the banners of Black liberation across the globe. It puts artists like Aboriginal poet Oodgeroo Noonuccal and her 1976 call for a Black Pacific into an extended conversation with Nigeria's Wole Soyinka, the Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific's Amelia Rokotuivuna, Samoa's Albert Wendt, African American anthropologist Angela Gilliam, the NAACP's Roy Wilkins, West Papua's Ben Tanggahma, New Caledonia's Déwé Gorodey, and Polynesian Panther Will 'Ilolahia. In so doing, Swan displays the links Oceanic activists consciously and painstakingly formed in order to connect Black metropoles across the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans. In a world grappling with the global significance of Black Lives Matter and state-sanctioned violence against Black and Brown bodies, Pasifika Black is a both triumphant history and tragic reminder of the ongoing quests for decolonization in Oceania, the African world, and the Global South. Amanda Joyce Hall is a postdoctoral fellow at Northwestern University in the Department of African American Studies. She's on Twitter @amandajoycehall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in African American Studies
Quito J. Swan, "Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World" (NYU Press, 2022)

New Books in African American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 98:43


Oceania is a vast sea of islands, large scale political struggles and immensely significant historical phenomena. Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World (NYU Press, 2022) is a compelling history of understudied anti-colonial movements in this region, exploring how indigenous Oceanic activists intentionally forged international connections with the African world in their fights for liberation. Drawing from research conducted across Fiji, Australia, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Britain, and the United States, Quito Swan shows how liberation struggles in Oceania actively engaged Black internationalism in their diverse battles against colonial rule. Pasifika Black features as its protagonists Oceania's many playwrights, organizers, religious leaders, scholars, Black Power advocates, musicians, environmental justice activists, feminists, and revolutionaries who carried the banners of Black liberation across the globe. It puts artists like Aboriginal poet Oodgeroo Noonuccal and her 1976 call for a Black Pacific into an extended conversation with Nigeria's Wole Soyinka, the Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific's Amelia Rokotuivuna, Samoa's Albert Wendt, African American anthropologist Angela Gilliam, the NAACP's Roy Wilkins, West Papua's Ben Tanggahma, New Caledonia's Déwé Gorodey, and Polynesian Panther Will 'Ilolahia. In so doing, Swan displays the links Oceanic activists consciously and painstakingly formed in order to connect Black metropoles across the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans. In a world grappling with the global significance of Black Lives Matter and state-sanctioned violence against Black and Brown bodies, Pasifika Black is a both triumphant history and tragic reminder of the ongoing quests for decolonization in Oceania, the African world, and the Global South. Amanda Joyce Hall is a postdoctoral fellow at Northwestern University in the Department of African American Studies. She's on Twitter @amandajoycehall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

New Books in History
Quito J. Swan, "Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World" (NYU Press, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 98:43


Oceania is a vast sea of islands, large scale political struggles and immensely significant historical phenomena. Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World (NYU Press, 2022) is a compelling history of understudied anti-colonial movements in this region, exploring how indigenous Oceanic activists intentionally forged international connections with the African world in their fights for liberation. Drawing from research conducted across Fiji, Australia, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Britain, and the United States, Quito Swan shows how liberation struggles in Oceania actively engaged Black internationalism in their diverse battles against colonial rule. Pasifika Black features as its protagonists Oceania's many playwrights, organizers, religious leaders, scholars, Black Power advocates, musicians, environmental justice activists, feminists, and revolutionaries who carried the banners of Black liberation across the globe. It puts artists like Aboriginal poet Oodgeroo Noonuccal and her 1976 call for a Black Pacific into an extended conversation with Nigeria's Wole Soyinka, the Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific's Amelia Rokotuivuna, Samoa's Albert Wendt, African American anthropologist Angela Gilliam, the NAACP's Roy Wilkins, West Papua's Ben Tanggahma, New Caledonia's Déwé Gorodey, and Polynesian Panther Will 'Ilolahia. In so doing, Swan displays the links Oceanic activists consciously and painstakingly formed in order to connect Black metropoles across the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans. In a world grappling with the global significance of Black Lives Matter and state-sanctioned violence against Black and Brown bodies, Pasifika Black is a both triumphant history and tragic reminder of the ongoing quests for decolonization in Oceania, the African world, and the Global South. Amanda Joyce Hall is a postdoctoral fellow at Northwestern University in the Department of African American Studies. She's on Twitter @amandajoycehall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Critical Theory
Quito J. Swan, "Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World" (NYU Press, 2022)

New Books in Critical Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 98:43


Oceania is a vast sea of islands, large scale political struggles and immensely significant historical phenomena. Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World (NYU Press, 2022) is a compelling history of understudied anti-colonial movements in this region, exploring how indigenous Oceanic activists intentionally forged international connections with the African world in their fights for liberation. Drawing from research conducted across Fiji, Australia, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Britain, and the United States, Quito Swan shows how liberation struggles in Oceania actively engaged Black internationalism in their diverse battles against colonial rule. Pasifika Black features as its protagonists Oceania's many playwrights, organizers, religious leaders, scholars, Black Power advocates, musicians, environmental justice activists, feminists, and revolutionaries who carried the banners of Black liberation across the globe. It puts artists like Aboriginal poet Oodgeroo Noonuccal and her 1976 call for a Black Pacific into an extended conversation with Nigeria's Wole Soyinka, the Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific's Amelia Rokotuivuna, Samoa's Albert Wendt, African American anthropologist Angela Gilliam, the NAACP's Roy Wilkins, West Papua's Ben Tanggahma, New Caledonia's Déwé Gorodey, and Polynesian Panther Will 'Ilolahia. In so doing, Swan displays the links Oceanic activists consciously and painstakingly formed in order to connect Black metropoles across the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans. In a world grappling with the global significance of Black Lives Matter and state-sanctioned violence against Black and Brown bodies, Pasifika Black is a both triumphant history and tragic reminder of the ongoing quests for decolonization in Oceania, the African world, and the Global South. Amanda Joyce Hall is a postdoctoral fellow at Northwestern University in the Department of African American Studies. She's on Twitter @amandajoycehall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory

New Books in Australian and New Zealand Studies
Quito J. Swan, "Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World" (NYU Press, 2022)

New Books in Australian and New Zealand Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 98:43


Oceania is a vast sea of islands, large scale political struggles and immensely significant historical phenomena. Pasifika Black: Oceania, Anti-Colonialism, and the African World (NYU Press, 2022) is a compelling history of understudied anti-colonial movements in this region, exploring how indigenous Oceanic activists intentionally forged international connections with the African world in their fights for liberation. Drawing from research conducted across Fiji, Australia, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Britain, and the United States, Quito Swan shows how liberation struggles in Oceania actively engaged Black internationalism in their diverse battles against colonial rule. Pasifika Black features as its protagonists Oceania's many playwrights, organizers, religious leaders, scholars, Black Power advocates, musicians, environmental justice activists, feminists, and revolutionaries who carried the banners of Black liberation across the globe. It puts artists like Aboriginal poet Oodgeroo Noonuccal and her 1976 call for a Black Pacific into an extended conversation with Nigeria's Wole Soyinka, the Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific's Amelia Rokotuivuna, Samoa's Albert Wendt, African American anthropologist Angela Gilliam, the NAACP's Roy Wilkins, West Papua's Ben Tanggahma, New Caledonia's Déwé Gorodey, and Polynesian Panther Will 'Ilolahia. In so doing, Swan displays the links Oceanic activists consciously and painstakingly formed in order to connect Black metropoles across the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans. In a world grappling with the global significance of Black Lives Matter and state-sanctioned violence against Black and Brown bodies, Pasifika Black is a both triumphant history and tragic reminder of the ongoing quests for decolonization in Oceania, the African world, and the Global South. Amanda Joyce Hall is a postdoctoral fellow at Northwestern University in the Department of African American Studies. She's on Twitter @amandajoycehall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/australian-and-new-zealand-studies

MedicalMissions.com Podcast
Whole Person Care in Small Town America

MedicalMissions.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022


In today's uncertain world, patients are dealing with more and more stress and anxiety that ultimately impacts their health. Patients sometimes have "hidden unhealed triggers" that can lead to physical impairments. III John 2 states "Above all brethren, I desire you to prosper and be in Health, even as your soul prospers." In this session, the participant will learn how to "tend to their souls" and learn to identify areas of brokenness that patients are dealing with such that they are equipped to help patients tend to their souls, in an effort to propagate physical, emotional and spiritual health.