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Cultivating Place
Seed season & Bioregional seed sense with Stacey Denton of Flora Farm & Design Studio

Cultivating Place

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 58:51


This first full week of Autumn in the Northern Hemisphere – looking toward the month of October and its many harvest celebrations, we look to our seeds – the beginning and end of the lives of the seed-bearing plants who make our lives possible.  Stacey Denton, of Flora Farm & Design Studio in Williams, Oregon, is an organic flower farmer, bioregional seed grower, and homesteader based in the Klamath Siskiyou region of Southern Oregon. Trained in ecology, permaculture, organic farming, and seed growing and saving, Stacey makes her community-and-land-based life with her daughter Hannah and with her parents nearby. Stacey and I connected over the importance of bioregional seed growing, sourcing, knowing, and supporting at the Slow Flowers Summit held at Filoli in the summer of 202, and she joins cultivating Place this week to share more about the literacy - and joy - of specifically bioregional seeds.  Listen in! Cultivating Place now has a donate button! We thank you so much for listening over the years and we hope you'll support Cultivating Place. We can't thank you enough for making it possible for this young program to grow even more of these types of conversations. The show is available as a podcast on SoundCloud, iTunes, Google Podcast, and Stitcher. To read more and for many more photos please visit www.cultivatingplace.com.

SpyCast
“The Past 75 Years” – with Historian of the CIA Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones

SpyCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 64:39 Very Popular


Summary Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones (Website; Wikipedia) joins Andrew (Twitter; LinkedIn) to discuss his book. He has studied American intelligence for 50 years. What You'll Learn Intelligence The CIA and the American presidents they served   The founding of the CIA just as America became a global superpower  Pearl Harbor, the USSR and covert action under Eisenhower Assassinations, controversy, the Church Committee, and 9/11 Reflections How much of the future can we predict Intention in history And much, much more… Episode Notes This week's guest, Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones, is Emeritus Professor of American History at the University of Edinburgh. He has been studying American intelligence for half a century and has written a history of the CIA to coincide with its 75th anniversary, entitled: A Question of Standing.    This episode with Rhodri is a counterpoint to last week's episode with Robert Gates: a career historian and a career intelligence officer; a European and an American; a 70,000 feet view and a 30,000 feet one. Interestingly, they were born continents apart within almost a year of each other.   Rhodri is the author of over a dozen books, has a Ph.D. from Cambridge University, and grew up in Harlech, Wales.   And… Harlech, Wales, where Rhodri grew up, has the steepest street in the Northern Hemisphere. The steepest street in the Southern Hemisphere, and the world according to Guinness Records, is in Dunedin, New Zealand (Dunedin is Gaelic for Edinburgh). The steepest street in the continental United States is Canton Avenue in Pittsburgh (to celebrate its Welsh heritage the Steel City has a St. David's Society). Espionage in Welsh is ysbïo. Quote of the Week "CIA can't afford to rest on its laurels and continue with systems it has. It has to change all the time." – Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones Resources *Andrew's Recommendation* “Documents on Origins of CIA,” Truman Library [pdf] *SpyCasts* “The 75th Anniversary” – with Robert Gates (2022) *Beginner Resources* History of CIA, CIA (n.d.) [web] A Brief History of US-Iran Relations, ABC News (n.d.) [video] CIA Involvement in 1953 Iranian Coup, CNN (n.d.] [video] Iran & Guatemala, 1953-4, NYT (2003) [article] Books Covert Action & USFP, L. Johnson (OUP, 2022) A Brief History of the CIA, R. Immerman (Wiley, 2014) The [Dulles] Brothers, S. Kinzer (St. Martin's, 2014) Mighty Wurlitzer: How CIA Played America, H. Wilford (HUP, 2009) Countercoup: Struggle for Iran, K. Roosevelt (McGraw-Hill, 1979) Articles 64 Years Later CIA Releases Details of Iranian Coup, B. Allen-Ebrahimian, FP (2017) Video “The Nazi Spy Ring in America,” R. Jeffreys-Jones, SPY (2021) “Secrecy, Democracy & the Birth of the CIA,” H. Wilford, Great Courses (n.d.) Photo “The 1953 Iranian Coup,” Radio Free Europe Archives (2013) Documentary The Spymasters, Showtime (2015) CIA: Secret Wars, Part 1, Roche (2003) CIA: Secret Wars, Part 2, Roche (2003) Curatorial Pocket History of CIA, CIA (2014) Primary Sources History Staff Analysis: CIA & Guatemala Assassination Proposals, 1952-4 (1995) Iran 1953: Transcript of Interview with MI6 Officer Norman Darbyshire (1985) DCI Dulles to President Eisenhower (1953) Telegram from CIA to Station in Iran (1953) Telegram from Station in Iran to CIA (1953) Monthly Report, Directorate of Plans, CIA (1953) Memo from Deputy Director for Plans (Wisner) to DCI Dulles (1953) National Security Act (1947) Website Intelligence Milestones During Eisenhower Administration, Eisenhower Library (n.d.] *Wildcard Resource* Tom Paine (Common Sense, 1776), Alexis de Tocqueville (Democracy in America, 1835) and Mork from Ork (Mork & Mindy, 1978-82) are all outsiders, like Rhodri, looking in. What can each of them tell us about the United States? What can they tell us that people born within an ecosystem can't?

Beach Weekly
Beach Weekly S9E6: Mayoral forum, LA County eases more mask mandates, flu season & pop culture

Beach Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 11:24


In Season 9: Episode 6 of Beach Weekly, we are breaking down the latest campus news, public health developments, and pop culture headlines. Last Wednesday, Sept. 21 Long Beach State and the League of Women Voters, Long Beach hosted a forum for the last two candidates for Long Beach mayor, Rex Richardson and Suzie Price. The Daily Forty-Niner's Video Editor Luke Wines covered the event and spoke to students about their thoughts on the race. Long Beach State has hired Daniel Montoya as its new Vice President for University Relations and Development. Montoya has previously served in various development leadership roles at San Diego State, University of California, San Diego and Loyola Marymount University. Montoya will be tasked with directing funding and spending for the university upon starting his new position on Oct. 10. Los Angeles County announced on Sept. 22 that it will no longer require that individuals wear masks on public transit. Los Angeles was the last county in California to continue requiring masks on public transit, and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is still strongly recommending that travelers wear masks. Additionally, Los Angeles County announced that masks are no longer required in homeless shelters and correctional facilities. Health officials are warning that flu season could be bad this winter, sparking concerns of a "twindemic": a surge in COVID-19 cases and rampant flu cases. Such concerns arose after the Southern Hemisphere recorded one its worst flu seasons in several years in its winter, which is often an indication for how the Northern Hemisphere's flu season will fare (NPR). Long Beach State students, faculty and staff members can receive a free flu shot through Student Health Services on campus. California will begin issuing the first round of inflation relief payments for eligible residents on Oct. 7. The state will issue several more rounds of relief payments through Jan. 15. In order to qualify for a payment, residents must have filed for income tax in California and make less than $500,000 per year. Eligible residents will receive a payment between $200 and $1,050 depending on their income and the size of their family. In the pop culture segment of the show, we discussed Roger Federer's retirement from professional tennis, Albert Pujols hitting his 700th career home run, Adam Levine's cheating scandal, and Don't Worry Darling's underwhelming reviews. Host: Isabel Silagy Guest: Luke Wines Edited by: Calla Delos Reyes Like, comment, and follow us on your favorite platform for more content! Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beach-weekly/id1488484518?uo=4 Google Podcasts https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9kMzEwMjEwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/4HJaqJep02kHeIQy8op1n1 Overcast https://overcast.fm/itunes1488484518/beach-weekly

BeSimply Radio
BeSimply...Tilt the Scale {Sol+Luna Cycle. New Moon 8}

BeSimply Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 91:00


"Be steady and well-ordered in your life so that you can be fierce and original in your work” ~ Gustave Flaubert As these seasons quickly move into the next…Fire + Water offers us one more reflection of how far you have come this season. The earth continues to assist 'us' and encourages us to shore up our foundation and welcomes us to rebuild trust from within for the remainder of this lunar cycle. I invite all my brothers and sisters to take a well needed pause and reflect on what is for you here and now. Notice and observe where you are ready to move into mindful action. Taking into full consideration the lawful law of cause and effect. These awarenesses will assist you in this upcoming lunar cycle as you being to choose the path you want to take for self and all your relations. The threshold you choose becomes the entrance into your potential and possibilities. The New Moon Moon Arrives(d) today, September 25 (26), 2022 at 2:54 PM PDT (-7 UTC) The(Fall)Yin and(Spring)Masculine in the Bi-Annual Energy Flip. We have shifted into the crisp air of Fall in the Northern Hemisphere and the dew filled grass in the Southern Hemisphere. With leaves falling and air clearing our brother's and sister's, in the northern hemisphere, are invited to clear those lungs running through an apple orchard or sitting down for a fireside cry. With wood rising and action ignited, in the southern hemisphere, our sister's and brother's, are invited to practice patience, germinate new creations and express a loud roar as needed. (Read More Here) Music Random Rab Sound: Cosmic+ Ether + Air by Sound Suzanne Toro

BeSimply
BeSimply...Tilt the Scale {Sol+Luna Cycle. New Moon 8}

BeSimply

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 90:05


"Be steady and well-ordered in your life so that you can be fierce and original in your work” ~ Gustave FlaubertEvery lunar cycle the "moon" reflects light and shadow. We have reached the FULL moon in a month currently identified as September, the 7th Lunar Cycle (in coordination with Tibetan count). The FULL Moon reflects a light and invites you into be with your inner landscape taking a pause before your move into ACTION.We are transitioning into the last few weeks of SUMMER and WINTER on Planet Earth. The yin (water) and yang (fire) energy on planet earth are preparing to transfer their energies to the opposite parts of the planet. As these seasons quickly move into the next…Fire + Water offers us one more reflection of how far you have come this season. The earth continues to assist 'us' and encourages us to shore up our foundation and welcomes us to rebuild trust from within for the remainder of this lunar cycle. I invite all my brothers and sisters to take a well needed pause and reflect on what is for you here and now. Notice and observe where you are ready to move into mindful action. Taking into full consideration the lawful law of cause and effect. These awarenesses will assist you in this upcoming lunar cycle as you being to choose the path you want to take for self and all your relations. The threshold you choose becomes the entrance into your potential and possibilities.The New Moon Moon Arrives(d) today, September 25 (26), 2022 at 2:54 PM PDT (-7 UTC) The(Fall)Yin and(Spring)Masculine in the Bi-Annual Energy Flip. We have shifted into the crisp air of Fall in the Northern Hemisphere and the dew filled grass in the Southern Hemisphere. With leaves falling and air clearing our brother's and sister's, in the northern hemisphere, are invited to clear those lungs running through an apple orchard or sitting down for a fireside cry. With wood rising and action ignited, in the southern hemisphere, our sister's and brother's, are invited to practice patience, germinate new creations and express a loud roar as needed. As a HUMan Race on planet earth we are all being invited to TILT the Scale. Tides are shifting and humanity no longer needs to take the high road when confronted by the actions of ‘evil'. Humanity no longer needs to enable the puppets that have been a shield for the puppet masters. The energy of the trees and the moist soil below ask each and everyone of you to Tilt in the favor of HUMANITY. You have the power within you to do this each and everyday. No longer turning your eyes and voice away from what is. You are FREE to speak up and take action for the benefit of ALL. For those who were seduced by the smoke and mirrors this will be your moment to awake. It might be rather shocking and few RAW and RUDE. Yet, this RUDE Awakening will save your from being a proxy to the “devils” work. In addition, your fellow HUMans that are wide AWAKE will be close by with a warm cup of tea and a homemade piece of seasonal pie. May each and everyone of you make choices for the benefit of all. It is with your heart, breath and awareness that you too can shine a bright light for all of humanity. Hold your heart with great certainty, consciousness and wakefulness….Stand and TILT. This is your moment HUManity.As you lead into this meditation, welcome yourself to settle deeply into your soul with your heart leading you into the alchemy that exists within you. This inner wisdom will guide you at this juncture in your life into the next present moment and your future you are weaving for you and all your relations. Create the space to move into mindful action as your ride this wave into the seasonal changes.“Be moderate in order to taste the joys of life in abundance” ~ EpicurusMusicRandom RabSound: Cosmic+ Ether + Air by Sound Suzanne Toro

The WitchHunt Podcast
Spiritual Rebellion: Exploring Christ & the Feminine, with Medicine Woman, Grief Alchemist & Self-Care Strategist, Sheila Botelho

The WitchHunt Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 63:27


Welcome to episode 21 of the WitchHunt podcast, where I introduce you to a dear friend of mine, Sheila Botelho in our conversation around Spiritual Rebellion: Exploring Christ, the Feminine & Grief Alchemy. Sheila is a Self Care Strategist who guides female entrepreneurs into having a greater impact without burning out. She offers online wellness programs and conscious-living guidance. And also offers much incredible wisdom in her podcast Connect with Sheila Botelho. Sheila's a woman with magic that will help you get past limiting beliefs and overwhelm, and step towards what lights you up. In this episode Sheila's curious and loving nature shines. She shares her journey pealing back the layers of her Christian faith, and how this has helped her break social rules, trust herself, and embrace her own inner rebel spirituality. She also tells us how over time, she's learned to alchemize the grief and pain emerging from the losses of her dear ones into a passion for living life fully, for living into her purpose, for connecting and loving. Sheila's positive life-loving energy is contagious and I know you're going to be spellbound, just as I was by this incredible healer and Medicine Woman. Enjoy! Alex P.S. As we step into the Autumn, here in the Northern Hemisphere we're beginning to embrace that Squirrel like energy of digging things up, and harvesting here at the WitchHunt podcast. As I dive into what feels superfluous and what feels ripe and nourishing in my world, and in the podcast, I'd love to learn what you, beautiful listener want more of, and less of. To gather your insight, I've created a super simple 3-minute survey which is linked up in the show notes. Help me make this podcast even more amazing by sharing how it lands for you by clicking HERE. More about Sheila & her magic Sheila Botelho is a Self Care Strategist. She gives female entrepreneurs tools and strategies to make an impact in their life, business, relationships and the world – without burning out. Sheila has been in the wellness space for more than 26 years. After losing her sister to cancer in 2013, she saw a need for women to tune in to how they're truly feeling and prioritize their self-care. She founded sheilabotelho.com, where she runs online and group wellness programs and does 1:1 coaching with female entrepreneurs. As the host of the Connect with Sheila Botelho Podcast, Sheila shares inspiring interviews, solo chats, and Q&A sessions to enrich your journey for more satisfaction in your health, business, and relationships. Listen here. Sheila also has a beautiful presence on social media — @sheilaabotelho Oh! And watch for Sheila's upcoming wellness app. Click here to learn more about that. Sheila lives near Toronto, Canada with her husband and their two teenage sons.

Off the Charts: astrologers analyze the news
When Venus invites you to dinner

Off the Charts: astrologers analyze the news

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 59:47


Issue 2. Episode 16Greetings,I'd like to welcome you to the first day of Fall in the Northern Hemisphere by telling you a story and linking it to how and what we do at Off the Charts: A Stellar Newscast!First, I want to say that when “reading” the skies, I find helpful to indeed read them. I like perceiving the planets as celestial intelligences, greater beings than we humans, off on jaunts from familiar to strange lands, chatting with one another as they go, offering loving or stern (or both!) opinions about what each other is doing. Because our lives are best lived and understood when we understand, share, and learn from our own personal stories, it makes sense to me that a technical grasp of what makes a good story helps with the practical application of astrology.That's why I assign the gods roles based upon their history as specific character actors. I also give them plotlines and dialogue, while taking note of their place in certain environments: I am mindful of how a love story feels different if it takes place on the Titanic compared to how it might if it were unfolding in a Parisian café post WWII. All of this comes from the techniques I learned from my teacher, Acytua-bhava Dasa.So, back to our story.As I stressed previously in a post to patron subscribers, as Venus picks her way through Virgo in the sky currently, she invites us to look in earnest at what is a mere simulacrum of what we think is beautiful and true, versus what is everlastingly transcendent.This is not an idle, dinner party prompt, but a considered question, pondered by our beauty queen Venus who, even before her trek through Virgo, has already made it through some potentially rough terrain.Whatever she's seen, it will certainly make her a great conversationalist at dinner parties, and a source of wisdom gained from her travels we might well heed, as Episode 16 gently but most certainly demonstrates.In her most recent travels, Venus first found herself earlier this year near the terminus of Cancer, where the quiet Moon doesn't rough anyone up, but when dark and inscrutable Pluto flashed his junk at our queen from across the platform in Capricorn, it probably left our lady with a case of the scaries. By the time Venus entered the Land of Leo and found herself looking across the way at Saturn, most likely, all the girl wanted to do was party and be pampered.In response, Saturn might have said, “If that's what you want, girlfriend, then here're all the goodies you need to make a beautiful, even if false, impression – but I want those back, and when I come for them, I'm taking you with me.”If she took that bait, then Venus shouldn't be surprised when, just as he did for Faust, just as he did for Don Giovanni, even as he seems to be doing now for our former president who has a penchant for simulated gold and glitter, Saturn in his Grim Reaper guise will indeed come for what is his.But not so fast. While in Virgo, Venus has been able to sneak in a stimulating and harmonious rendez-vous with the electrifying Uranus, the vacationing Venus's guest back home in Taurus. Maybe this thrilling triste (conducted by way of a trine through the airwaves, a very Uranian activity!) restored her confidence in dealing with Saturn.We won't know for sure until after Venus has checked in with Neptune.If we only consume pop astrology sources, then Venus in Virgo is a b***h. But for me, Venus in Virgo brings the kind of melancholy I remember feeling as a teenager who was lonely and at times even desperate and suicidal. That was at a time when thoughts of suicide were still considered so horribly taboo, you would never breathe a word of it to anyone, unlike today where there is even an expectation that at some point in our Modern Western Living lives, we will experience these feelings and will know to get help.Decades later, I look back and see that Venus in Virgo experience for what it actually is: a longing to be whole and beautiful, to unite with what is perfect.But of course, once something is perfect, it's dead. Life is dynamic. Once a threshold is reached (Virgo is the sign of the thresher, after all), it must give way to what is new. That is the core of Saturn's message.While ancient doctrine describes Venus in Mercury's home of Virgo as being where she is most homesick for her naturally voluptuous, receptive, and unified land of Taurus, soon she will be able to host her own dinner parties. If Venus in Virgo represents our secret desires to be loved, flaws and all, this might be the topic of conversation a week from now, when on Sept. 30, Venus leaves Virgo and enters her second homebase of Libra, the place where she leans on her more extroverted side.But first, she will check in with Neptune, who might say to her in a soothing way, “If it makes you happy, I will sprinkle glitter dust upon the deceptions you've created from the goodies Saturn gave you; or, if you prefer, I will wash away the false bits from Saturn's material treasures, and you can use those renewed and refreshed resources to ground a new dream you wish to build.”Considering Venus's perambulations around the Zodiac and back to Libra is occurring within the cycle of “walk your talk”, which is what Mars in Gemini about to retrograde indicates we need to do, as Elisabeth explained in Episode 14, we can imagine what Venus will choose, that is to say, what each of us might choose in the episodic unfolding of our own lives.In many ways, episode 16 is a very Venus in Virgo episode. Reunited again after about a month of being pulled in opposite directions for various reasons, Elisabeth and I not only hammer the corporate broadcast media for their neglect of what our country, and our world, actually needs coverage of, we also look at how Venus is reflecting to us the signal to pay attention to what is real, what is beautiful, what will carry our hopes from this exasperated and gasping end-of-an-era to the next.Applying what is happening in the skies to what is happening here on earth, also known as mundane astrology, is what Elisabeth and I do in these podcasts. Except instead of my fictional accounts of what is happening between the gods, Elisabeth painstakingly documents each week, how the celestial conversations actually do play out.It's important to note, the news isn't happening as it does because the gods have little puppet strings attached to our limbs. The news of the day is as it is thanks to our free will, and how we are choosing our own adventures individually and collectively. My stories of the gods are morality tales that I make up as a sort of mnemonic device for understanding how the archetypes of the universe might manifest in and through us.My hope is that after you have a listen to this episode, the headlines Elisabeth and I – both former corporate media insiders – discuss and suggest are likely not true, are certainly deceptive, and/or created for the sake of draining your power and your dreams rather than enhancing it, you will gain insight into the kind of framework you must build for yourself in order to see the world as it truly is, rather than have your attention slotted according to someone else's manipulation of you so they can vampirically feed off your power for their own gain.Back to our dinner with the gods…We see that as Venus sets the table, Uranus and Saturn are preparing to square off from their current fixed stances in Taurus and Aquarius. We'll get dinner and a show, a throw down of some kind!And don't forget, whereas Uranus is Venus's guest in Taurus, Saturn is her most favored guest in the Halls of Libra, according to ancient doctrine. That leave the Sun, though welcome, not the one most high, literally so. Will that mean that Venus will focus our attention on what Saturn says must die, and that perhaps what we have “held on high” might not be what we want to continue to love and invest our time in, two very Venusian activities?Will Venus, having made it through the gauntlet, now feel empowered because she has evaluated what is beautiful at a granular level, and is ready to decide for herself what is valuable, what is real, what is true – and best of all, what is meaningful to her – instead of letting anyone else, such as the corporate media, do it for her?If you think of yourself as an avatar of Venus, you can ask yourself these same questions.With all these celestial musical chairs, what masks might slip, what falsities crumble, what sudden revelations, might echo and reverberate in our next forecast?Look up!xWhitney and ElisabethSHOW NOTESWe had the usual Mercury retrograde snafus, so apologies for it being later than we normally like to deliver it. I am hotspotting from my cell phone in order to publish!Erratum: Exxon-Mobile's profits most recently hae been reported at $20bn US, not $30bn US, as I say in the show.And lastly, here are the promised links from the show:Regarding the artist, Karen Fitzgerald:FitzgeraldArt – The art of Karen Fitzgerald: The Energy of Visual Art Changes EverythingRegarding HRH Queen Elizabeth II:Why Capitalists, not the queen, were responsible for the British Empire's crimes: How the East India Company Became the World's Most Powerful Monopoly - HISTORY Why HRH is responsible for the British Empire's crimes: Queen Elizabeth II Wasn't Innocent of the British Empire's Colonial Sins (foreignpolicy.com)How colonial Africa feels about the queen: NY TimesThe Crown on NetflixRegarding our astrological traditions:Nightlight Astrology School of Traditional AstrologyThe teaching of the late Noel TylRegarding where to get unbiased news:Popular InformationThe TangleRegarding King Charles's (implied) approval of astrology:A Royal Seal of Approval for Astrological Studies? - Astrology News ServiceRegarding my work exploring the connection between corporate greed and our depression rates: docu-mentalThe forecast that is the foundation of this newscast: Grace Astrology The astrology business of yours truly, Whitney Fishburn: Ensouled Astrology This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit ensouled.substack.com/subscribe

The Whalenerd‘s Podcast
Episode 124 - The Basics of Humpback Competitive Behaviors

The Whalenerd‘s Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 35:23


Competitive behaviors are ramping up in the Northern Hemisphere! Humpback whales have started practicing and engaging in competitive behaviors while still on the feeding grounds, so Katlyn takes us through the basics of what is actually happening during these encounters. 

Higher Self Daily
7 Ayurveda-Approved Rituals & Routines for Fall

Higher Self Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 6:08


Yesterday was the Autumn Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere. Today, we'll dive into practical ways to be nourished in this new season, taking a cue from the ancient system of Ayurveda to guide us.To connect more with Carina, you can find her at:www.carinadevi.com (for courses, 1-on-1's, blog, products, and more)https://higherself.earth (for private conscious community)https://www.instagram.com/carina.devi/ (Instagram)https://www.tiktok.com/@carina.devi (TikTok)

Garden Bite with Teri Knight
Autumnal Equinox 2022

Garden Bite with Teri Knight

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 2:00


I saw two different times of when exactly the Autumnal Equinox will happen... first time that's happened. Regardless of OUR clocks, the Equinox will happen at the exact same time all over the Northern Hemisphere. On today's Garden Bite I share exactly what's happening to create this transition around the world, what happens to the Southern Hemisphere and how those of us in the north start our "nesting" season.

The Mindful Minute
Back to School {part 3}

The Mindful Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 31:02


This month, as kids are transitioning back to school in the Northern Hemisphere, I thought it would be fun if all of us meditators also ‘go back to school' and revisit some of the key teachings {and primary obstacles!} that help us recommit to and deepen our meditation practice. Within this meditation series, we have been dissecting 3 of the most common stumbling blocks when it comes to a meditation practice. Already, we have talked about the 3 primary forms of laziness {part 1}, the sneaky ways we forget the foundational instructions {part 2}, and today, we are going to explore laxity & elation. Discovering the antidote to this particular obstacle was a huge step forward in my own practice. I hope it is for you as well! Join me for today's meditation class as we explore falling asleep, being too excited, and everything in between! We will finish with a 20-minute guided meditation.Learn more about my Awakened Heart Meditation Community: https://www.merylarnett.com/awakened-heart-meditation-community If you enjoyed today's episode, please consider making a one-time or monthly donation to support the growth of this labor of love. Your monthly donation will aid in keeping this show sponsor-free, employing additional small businesses AND funding the ongoing creative growth I invest in. Donate here: https://www.merylarnett.com/support-the-mindful-minute Download freebies and learn more about my offerings, classes, and more by visiting merylarnett.com. #meditatewithmeryl

Messages from the Universe with Laurie Wondra
Fall Equinox 2022 - by the signs

Messages from the Universe with Laurie Wondra

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 16:23


Fall Equinox 2022 marks the migration into the fall season and is an opportunity to focus on the changes you seek to make. As days become shorter, we enter the season of darkness and, according to the Farmers' Almanac winter 2022 predictions and as I've been watching the squirrels and chipmunks work incredibly hard to prepare for winter, I believe it's likely to be on early and chilly side too.Fall Equinox is an annual occurrence. This event is the astrological start of the fall season in the Northern Hemisphere and of the spring season in the Southern Hemisphere and where the night and day are equal in length.  The balanced threshold state of both the light and dark invites us to reflect upon these aspects within our own lives and to prepare to descend into the realms of our shadow in order to transcend old wounds.For insight think back to 2021 Fall Equinox and the changes that unfolded. Did you fight darkness or your shadow? Or did you allow yourself to go through the mire of it - to get onto your next chapter?  Do you have unfinished work?The shadow, a term coined by Swiss Psychoanalyst Carl Jung is the wounded or rejected part of ourselves. The shadow can include repressed emotions and undesirable behaviors that we aren't too proud about. It's like our evil twin that we try to keep locked up in the basement.Although this sounds like part of a plot from the latest metaphysical Netflix thriller series, it's part of a psychological day-to-day reality that we experience as human beings. The key is to get friendly with your shadow and to walk alongside it in order to balance and integrate it.    Listen as Laurie covers each sign for possible shadow-work impact during this fall season or spring season (southern hemisphere) transition.  Listen to your sun sign, rising sign and moon sign for best insights.  Support the show

Mere Mortals Book Reviews
A Chance To Exam Your Own Thoughts On Mortality | On The Beach (Nevil Shute)

Mere Mortals Book Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 25:14


How would you find satisfaction in a nuclear holocaust?'On The Beach' by Nevil Shute is a story set in Melbourne of two naval officers and their friends/family as impending death from radioactive fallout comes ever closer. The Northern Hemisphere is uninhabited apart from a mysterious signal coming from Seattle. It examines people reactions to mortality and how they mentally cope with the realisation of inevitable death.I summarised the book as follows. "I had to set aside some time after reading this for some pondering as there is a lot to digest. I liked how the plot was moved forward by the submarine cruise and that it started off with the holocaust already well underway. It's not exactly a fun read but I think will inspire some worthwhile introspection."I hope you have a fantastic day wherever you are in the world. Kyrin out!Timeline:(0:00) - Intro(0:31) - Synopsis(2:58) - Nuclear Holocaust: How would humanity behave?(11:07) - Satisfaction: What brings individuals pleasure?(17:57) - Observations/Takeaways(22:28) - SummaryConnect with Mere Mortals:Website: https://www.meremortalspodcast.com/Discord: https://discord.gg/jjfq9eGReUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/meremortalspodcast/

Astro arXiv | all categories
Structure in the Magnetic Field of the Milky Way Disk and Halo traced by Faraday Rotation

Astro arXiv | all categories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 0:46


Structure in the Magnetic Field of the Milky Way Disk and Halo traced by Faraday Rotation by John M. Dickey et al. on Thursday 22 September Magnetic fields in the ionized medium of the disk and halo of the Milky Way impose Faraday rotation on linearly polarized radio emission. We compare two surveys mapping the Galactic Faraday rotation, one showing the rotation measures of extragalactic sources seen through the Galaxy (from Hutschenreuter et al 2022), and one showing the Faraday depth of the diffuse Galactic synchrotron emission from the Global Magneto-Ionic Medium Survey. Comparing the two data sets in 5deg x 10deg bins shows good agreement at intermediate latitudes, 10 < |b| < 50 deg, and little correlation between them at lower and higher latitudes. Where they agree, both tracers show clear patterns as a function of Galactic longitude: in the Northern Hemisphere a strong sin(2 x longitude) pattern, and in the Southern hemisphere a sin(longitude + pi) pattern. Pulsars with height above or below the plane |z| > 300 pc show similar longitude dependence in their rotation measures. Nearby non-thermal structures show rotation measure shadows as does the Orion-Eridanus superbubble. We describe families of dynamo models that could explain the observed patterns in the two hemispheres. We suggest that a field reversal, known to cross the plane a few hundred pc inside the solar circle, could shift to positive z with increasing Galactic radius to explain the sin(2xlongitude) pattern in the Northern Hemisphere. Correlation shows that rotation measures from extragalactic sources are one to two times the corresponding rotation measure of the diffuse emission, implying Faraday complexity along some lines of sight, especially in the Southern hemisphere. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2209.10819v1

Magnify Your Miracles Podcast
Mother Mary's Message & Prayer for Autumn

Magnify Your Miracles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 10:57


Here in the Northern Hemisphere, we are entering the Fall Season. The Equinox is a time to reflect on the previous season and see what changes we need to make to create more balance in our lives. Whether you live in the Northern or Southern Hemisphere, Mother Mary has a very specific message to share with you about how to create more balance!  In this episode, I channel a spontaneous prayer from Mother Mary, one for the autumn season. This prayer will help you focus on the natural energy of autumn to help you feel supported during this seasonal shift. I would love to know if this prayer helps you connect with your sense of inner balance. Please feel free to leave a comment.   Key learnings: The Equinox is a time of transition and reflection. It invites us to meditate on ‘balance' and address any imbalances we may be experiencing. The fall season is a time of letting go. While surrender is not always easy, it is an act of great faith. Mother Mary urges us all to ‘relax' and allow the seasonal shift to carry us through this time of release, preparing us for deep rest in the coming winter. Prayer for Autumn: Beloved Sun, help me to let go with grace. As the light becomes dimmer, my inner light becomes stronger.Let my own light shine and shimmer, like these beautiful autumn leaves.May I see the beauty and the grace in surrenderand may I receive the gift of rejuvenation.Amen.   “Let my own light shine and shimmer, like these beautiful autumn leaves.May I see the beauty and the grace in surrenderand may I receive the gift of rejuvenation. Amen.” If you love the image on the wall behind me of Mother Mary Blessing the World, you can order your own museum quality copy at www.deepaliu.com

The Scrum of the Earth Rugby Podcast
Episode 61B - Weekend Review, Part Two - The Northern Hemisphere!

The Scrum of the Earth Rugby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 28:54


Wherein I had so much rugby to cover, I had to split it into two halves! As we pass the mid-point in the NPC, we're on to Round 3 of the Top 14, Round 2 of the Prem, and the opening Round of the URC, along with the BNRC's penultimate weekend. The article about Worcester Warriors from part one was here: https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2022/sep/13/worcester-owners-reach-agreement-for-sale-with-25m-debts-to-be-cleared The bit about Callum Sheedy's historic accomplishments was here: https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/sport/rugby/match-reports/bristol-bears-verdict-historic-wasps-7599525 The quote from Richard Capstick was here: https://www.premiershiprugby.com/match-report/match-report-worcester-warriors-21-36-exeter-chiefs#report The interview with Steffan Thomas can be found here, among other places: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bonus-episode-its-not-a-urc-problem-its-a-wru/id1578096373?i=1000578907248 If you're enjoying listening, you can always buy me a beverage through the link below, or you can sign up through Anchor to become a monthly supporter! Thanks as always for your support! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ScrumOfTheEarth https://anchor.fm/thescrumoftheearth Thanks, cheers and be well! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thescrumoftheearth/support

Too Much Scrolling
Darling, Don't Worry is Wilde

Too Much Scrolling

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 55:05


Special Intro: Brian O'Halloran – Dante Hicks from CLERKS 3 (2022) Film at 11: CLERKS 3 (2022) Adventures in a Black Box: Disney's Frozen: The Broadway Musical Book IT: ​Fed Up: An Insider's Take on Why the Federal Reserve is Bad for America (2017) by Danielle DiMartino Booth  App-etite: Apple's Medications Reminder Is Coming in iOS 16.  Scroll With IT: The final episode of Jodie Whittaker's era of Doctor Who has a title “The Power of the Doctor '' but still no air date. The Revival cast recording of Broadway's Into the Woods is coming to digital September 30. And we have two more days of Summer. Autumn begins on Thursday in the Northern Hemisphere. Spring starts for Chip in the Southern Hemisphere.  Show Notes: https://bit.ly/tms92022

Living Visibly Over 50
S5 EP3 Lisa & Linda's Fall 2022 Style & Beauty Trends Report

Living Visibly Over 50

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 39:11


The Northern Hemisphere is transitioning into fall and winter 2022! The colors are changing, the air is crisp, and Lisa is drinking Pumpkin Spice Lattes. It's a great time to go shopping strategically (as Linda likes to remind us) for the fall trends that speak to you. Lisa and Linda have done their homework and they can't wait to share all their FAVORITE NEW TRENDS in beauty and style just for you. Mentioned In the Episode: Silver Taupe Metallic Mineral Eyeshadow Balenciaga Baggy Jeans Madewell Superwide Jeans Leather Blazers Nordstrom Rack Pink Mohair Sweaters Amazon Knit Maxi Dress Boden Plaid Trench Coat Learn Your Best Colors by Linda ENTER TO WIN! ➡️Contest Entry - Give us a written review on Apple or Spotify, screenshot the review and send it over to one of us via Instagram or Facebook. We will choose one winner per month to receive a 15% Gift Code from both Simple Beauty Minerals & Linda's Style Programs and services. **DISCLOSURE: Hey beautiful! We may be affiliates for some of the products that we recommend on the Podcast. When you purchase those items through our links, we will earn a small commission. You will NEVER pay more when buying a product through our links. Plus, It helps support the Podcast, so we can continue to offer you lots of great free information. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/living-visibly-over-50/message

A Bit From Within with Felicia Marti
Finding Balance Amidst Chaos

A Bit From Within with Felicia Marti

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 39:25


Thursday brings the start of Fall this year, the autumn equinox here in the Northern Hemisphere. With that I've been thinking a lot about finding balance on the inside. Inner balance can be found in many ways, but the most important thing is that we make space for what's truly going on for us. Life is never going to give us exactly what we want when we want it, it's never going to make our relationships always easy to navigate and experience- we are going to be challenged. When life gets out of control it's easy to get emotionally exhausted- and while maybe someday soon I'll cover more tactics on how to deal with emotional exhaustion- today I cover the inner work we can start on in the meantime to make room for inner peace. Visit: www.abitfromwithin.com to book an astrological reading with Felicia, or visit www.patreon.com/abitfromwithin to explore ad-free episodes and more!

PokeProblemsPodcast
Dancing in September

PokeProblemsPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022


Episode 241: the Miltank episode of the PokeProblemsPodcast! This September we talk news! Have you heard about this poll about favorite pokemon? We hope an update comes soon! In Pokémon GO, we are in the middle of the Test Your Mettle event! Until September 21. Togedemaru makes its Pokémon GO debut! Celesteela makes its Pokémon GO debut in the Southern Hemisphere and Kartana in the Northern Hemisphere until September 27, 2022. Pokémon GO Prime Bundle 9 picture has Ultra Ball, Raid Pass, and Max Revive with code: 9BADYTAVY5RTU Do you have any of these cool ultra-legacy moves Pokemon? In Pokémon Sword and Shield, use code H1SSATSUNEG1 for Ash's Sirfetch'd until September 22nd. Until October 1st, get a shiny Eternatus code card at GameStop! Pokémon Unite has a lot going on! The latest update has added tons of changes, including Rayquaza, and the Legacy Trainer Event is happening now! We talk about the new Unite licenses, including Dodrio! Pokemon Masters EX has Rosa and Shaymin! OMG Pokémon Shopping! Fossil watches, Gengar pajamas, and RockLove jewelry Wow, there's so much in the Nintendo Direct! The first splatfest of Splatoon 3 is coming September 23 to 25! What would you bring to a deserted island?Gear (purple Shiver) Grub (orange Frye) Fun (green Big Man)? My Nintendo Rewards has cool Splatoon stuff, including a Splatoon Sweepstakes and a cool shopping bag! Plus, check out KirbyGCN17's release party video! Smite's costume contest has been announced! The online contest is open until December 19, and the in person event is happening at Smite World Championships on January 14, 2023. Attend the Overwatch Watch Party hosted by Helix Esports at Patriot Place in Foxborough on September 24! Root for the Boston Uprising! Don't forget that Overwatch 2 is out soon, too! 🦊Introducing Kiriko 🦊An all-new support hero and her Fox Spirit companion rush into the action. #Overwatch2 arrives free-to-play October 4. pic.twitter.com/yXfs7knpB2— Overwatch (@PlayOverwatch) September 15, 2022 Platinum City Gaming in Taunton, MA, has so many different events, including a 21+ Retro Night on September 21! Thanks for listening! If you have any questions or comments, we want to hear from you. Tweet, email, or comment on the blog or Facebook to let us know! Follow @pokemoncastTweet!function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0],p=/^http:/.test(d.location)?'http':'https';if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src=p+'://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js';fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document, 'script', 'twitter-wjs');!function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0],p=/^http:/.test(d.location)?'http':'https';if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src=p+'://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js';fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document, 'script', 'twitter-wjs');

Big Sky Astrology Podcast
145 | Libra Equinox and New Moon: Going to Market!

Big Sky Astrology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 33:54


As we welcome autumn harvest time to the Northern Hemisphere at this Libra equinox, the marketplace beckons: how will others value what we have to offer? The Libra New Moon on an extraordinary Sabian symbol of renewal gets an extra boost from Jupiter. Mercury backtracks into Virgo for a little quality control; what did you overlook last month? And a busy week for Venus reminds us that not all surprises are bad, sharing is essential, and good manners can sometimes be rewarded. Plus: a listener question about planets at the 29th degree! Learn astrology with April! Her intermediate level course is open for registration through Sep. 21 and classes begin on Sep. 24! Details and sign up here - and use the code BSAPOD at checkout to get the course for only $215! Read a full transcript of this episode. Have a question you'd like answered on the show?  Email April or leave it here! Subscribe to April's mailing list and get a free lunar workbook at each New Moon! Love the show? Make a donation! Big Sky Astrology on Facebook | Instagram |  Twitter |  YouTube Timestamps [0:30] Welcome the Big Sky Astrology forecast for the week of September 19, 2022! [1:07] Congratulations to Big Sky Astrology Podathon winners: Sarah Eaves (astrology poster), Alex Anderson (astrology course), Karen Hartland (60-minute reading), and Mina Habibi (90-minute reading)! Plus, everyone who donated $10 or more will get access to April's bonus episodes for the Equinoxes and Solstices, beginning with the September 22nd Libra Equinox. [3:10] Venus (Virgo 18°37') trines Uranus (Taurus 18°37') on September 19th at 9:44 pm PDT. Possible unexpected financial windfall or asset appreciation. Welcome the unexpected in your daily life. [4:39] The Sun enters Libra on September 22nd at 6:04 pm PDT. This ingress marks the Autumnal Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere and the Vernal Equinox in the Southern Hemisphere. The Equinoxes are the two days out of the year when night and day are equal in length. So very Libran! [5:49] What do we initiate at the Libra Equinox? Harvest time! [7:11] Libra is ruled by Venus, which is still in Virgo. Our motto for this Sun in Libra season: everything needn't be perfect for it to be perfectly good. [8:16] Also on September 22nd, Mercury makes its inferior conjunction to the Sun at 11:50 pm PDT at Libra 0°14' on the Sabian symbol 1 Libra, A butterfly made perfect by a dart through it. [9:16] While the conjunction is exact, Mercury is cazimi, particularly powerful. Look for some much-needed clarity in the realm of Mercury (communications, thinking, commerce, short-distance travel, etc.) [10:15] Retrograde Mercury will re-enter Virgo on September 23rd at 5:04 AM PDT, in a neighborhood it last visited August 21 - 26, 2022. Mercury stations direct on October 2nd and re-enters Libra on October 10th. [11:32] Venus opposes Neptune on September 24th at 1:51 AM PDT at 23°49' of Virgo and Pisces. The Sabian symbol for Venus is 24 Virgo, Mary and her white lamb. The Sabian symbol for Neptune is 24 Pisces, An inhabited island -  also the degree of the April 12 Jupiter-Neptune conjunction. Sharing is caring! [13:20] Moon Report for the week of September 19th. The Libra New Moon is on September 25th at 2:54 PM PDT at Libra 2°48' and the  Sabian symbol 3 Libra, The dawn of a new day, everything changed. This Sun and Moon opposed Jupiter in Aries lends an uplifting note to the change. [15:54] This Libra New Moon initiates a 27- month cycle (Check out April's conversation with Celeste Brooks about the Lunar Phase Family Cycle in Episode 141!) Important dates in this cycle are: First Quarter Moon on June 26th, 2023; the Full Moon on March 25, 2024; and the Third Quarter Moon on December 20, 2024. [17:32] Void-of-Course Moon periods for this week. On Sept. 20, the Moon in Cancer will sextile the Sun in Virgo at 8:57 AM PDT then go Void-of-Course for almost five hours before entering Leo at 1:38 PM PDT. Positive work-related opportunities and a good time to initiate beneficial health or diet habits. [19:43] On September 22nd, the Moon in Leo opposes Saturn in Aquarius at 4:07 AM PDT. This Void-of-Course period will last for almost 21 hours (!!!) before entering Virgo on September 23rd at 12:53 AM PDT. Cultivate emotional self-sufficiency and confidence.. [21:26] The Moon in Virgo conjuncts Mercury at 5:49 AM PDT on September 25th and is VOC for about four hours before entering Libra at 9:43 AM PDT. A time to gain clarity about ourselves in preparation for the New Moon in Libra later that day. [22:55] At 10:46 PM PDT on September 25, Venus (Virgo 26°9') will trine Pluto (Capricorn 26°9'). Venus in on the Sabian symbol 27 Virgo, Grand dames at tea. Pluto is on 27 Capricorn, A mountain pilgrimage. [25:14] Listener Ann asks about the anaretic degree of 29°. What does this mean for a planet in your birth chart? [30:46] Do you have a burning question about astrology?!? Leave a message for April at speakpipecom/bigskyastrologypodcast or email april(at)bigskyastrology(dot)com with "Podcast Question" in the subject line. [32:00] Big Sky Astrology shout out to donors Shellie Crow and Bobbie Galion! And if you donate $10 or more, April will send you the bonus episodes for the Equinoxes and Solstices - donate here!

Inner Worlds Astrology Podcast
Weekly Astro Forecast: Fall Equinox, Winding Down the Pluto in Capricorn Era

Inner Worlds Astrology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 23:30


The Fall Equinox is imminent in the Northern Hemisphere, setting the tone for the next 6 months. This one is especially significant, because it marks the last equinox before Pluto enters Aquarius shortly after the Spring Equinox in March 2023. So this is really our time to wind down the Pluto in Capricorn era and figure out what elements of the system we want to discard, and what we want to keep to help drive Aquarian change.

The Abundology Podcast
#223 - Weekly Energy Update for September 18, 2022

The Abundology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 10:32


Fall officially begins this week on Thursday, September 22. The Fall Equinox is a moment of stillness before the Earth shifts directions. This sacred day of equal parts light and dark allows our past and future to merge in the present. The Northern Hemisphere has been titled closest to the sun for the past six months. The equinox brings this chapter to a close. Spring and summer are about outward movement. Fall is a slower pace, a time of going inward. Spring and summer are about doing. Fall and winter are more about just being. The Equinox coincides with the start of Libra Season, a sign of the zodiac that is strongly connected to finding our balance. Libras work hard to achieve harmony and balance in all areas of their lives. Libra season highlights where we are out of balance, especially imbalances in relationships. When we're in Libra season, we're more aware of the state of our one-on-one relationships. Relationships are often our greatest teachers. We need them to thrive, grow, and understand who we really are. Beginning a fresh chapter is a theme of both the equinox and the Libra season. This chapter is about balance and shifting from outward to inward, from doing to being. Spend some time thinking back and appreciating how far you've come in the last six months as you get ready for what comes next. Take advantage of Renee's 50% off sale thru 9/26 at https://www.abundology.com/schedule

The Mindful Minute
Back to School {part 2}

The Mindful Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 39:24


This month, as kids are transitioning back to school in the Northern Hemisphere, I thought it would be fun if all of us meditators also ‘go back to school' and revisit some of the key teachings {and primary obstacles!} that help us recommit to and deepen our meditation practice. This week's obstacle is far too important to ignore: Forgetting the InstructionsI know you know the basics of how to meditate. We talk about them all the time and I mention them in every guided meditation. But the truth is, that is part of the problem. The instructions become so familiar that they go in one ear and out the other, and soon we find ourselves sitting for an entire meditation practice and writing a grocery list in our heads the whole time. Whoops!Join me for today's episode of The Mindful Minute as we review and refresh the primary instructions for how to meditate and then put it into practice as we sit together for a 20-minute guided meditation. This is a great episode to listen to if you are feeling a bit lackluster in your meditations lately or if you are just starting out!Learn more about my Awakened Heart Meditation Community: https://www.merylarnett.com/awakened-heart-meditation-community If you enjoyed today's episode, please consider making a one-time or monthly donation to support the growth of this labor of love. Your monthly donation will aid in keeping this show sponsor-free, employing additional small businesses AND funding the ongoing creative growth I invest in. Donate here: https://www.merylarnett.com/support-the-mindful-minute Download freebies and learn more about my offerings, classes, and more by visiting merylarnett.com. #meditatewithmeryl

Progressive Voices
Green News Report 09-13-2022

Progressive Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 6:00


Torrential rains break historic California heat wave, capping Summer of Extreme Heat in the Northern Hemisphere; All reactors shut down at besieged Ukrainian nuclear plant; Will climate champion Charles muzzle his advocacy as King?; PLUS: Looming showdown over energy permitting reform in Congress... All that and more in today's Green News Report!

Trumpet Daily Radio Show
#1853: ‘I Will Punish You Seven Times More …'

Trumpet Daily Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 54:43


[00:30] Worldwide Energy Crisis (48 minutes) Modern society is completely reliant on energy sources like oil, natural gas, nuclear power and, to an extent, solar and wind power. As prices increase worldwide and the Northern Hemisphere heads into winter, many nations are facing the imminent reality of energy shortages. Energy is a significant driver of inflation, which is also extremely high. In the United States, although gas prices have temporarily dropped, increasing costs of goods and services are still impacting everyday Americans. Although Britain and America are sitting on huge energy reserves, we will not use these God-given resources because of our political obsession with climate change. What is really causing this worldwide energy crisis? To understand the real source of the mounting curses afflicting the world today, we must look to Bible prophecy. [48:55] 'No More Delay' (6 minutes) Near the end of his life, Herbert W. Armstrong wrote regarding the seventh resurrection of the Holy Roman Empire: “For some reason, God has been holding back the fulfillment of this prophecy—but it is certain to occur!” As Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry explains in The Little Book, God is no longer holding it back. We are now in the time of “no more delay” (Revelation 10:5-6), and world events are moving at lightning speed.

Between the Moon
7. Ancestral and Bioregional Naming of the Moons with Megan McGuire

Between the Moon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 60:01


In today's episode I'm sharing a very special conversation with Megan McGuire aka @forest.whisperer. I remember seeing an Instagram post that she made a while back with Moon names, and this list really spoke to ancestral connection to land and place and seasonal activities especially to parts of Europe where some of her ancestors are from. This episode is in honor of what's often referred to as the Harvest Moon - or the full moon closest to the Autumnal Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere. And as you'll hear, there are many other names for this seasonal moon. I got to know Megan more through this conversation and really appreciate the work that she does that is about connection, reconnection and belonging and exploring mythic time and creating Bioregional wheels of the year. Megan is a biologist and she works for the federal government and designs ecosystem restoration projects to rehabilitate the Mississippi River that her ancestors have long cherished. She lives on Dakota land in the Twin Cities, Minnesota and her ancestors were Polish and Finnish and German, Irish, French possibly English and from the Saulteaux and Wyandot tribes. She is also a mother and a permaculture gardener and works with ritual in daily life and I love how she talks in this conversation about weaving that in otherwise mundane activities in a very easeful and creative way. I love this conversation. I hope you do too! Visit Megan on Instagram @forest.whisperer and her website: www.mythictime.com. Mentions: Farmer's Almanac began publishing names for full Moons in the 1930s based on what Colonial Americans adapted from Native tribes including the Algonquin people on the Eastern Coast. These names have become widely known, but even though they now seem standardized, they are not universal. Venerable Bede was an English monk at the monastery of St Peter in the Kingdom of Northumbria who lived in the 7-8th century. He wrote On the Reckoning of Time which references calendars and lunar time.

The Rugby Pod
Episode 1 - The Pod Returns & Worcester's Warrior, Steve Diamond

The Rugby Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 75:08


We're back with a bang for season 7 of The Rugby Pod! The lads are joined by Worcester Warriors' Director Of Rugby Steve Diamond to give an update on the precarious situation the club finds itself in. We discuss the difficult position English rugby is in and how Premiership Rugby can help prevent other clubs from following Worcester's path. Jim and Goodey also run through all the action from the off-season including some Northern Hemisphere success during the summer tours and a hugely competitive Rugby Championship. We look ahead to a huge season in the Premiership as the lads pick who they believe will be the top 4 and bottom 3 teams come May next year. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

通勤學英語
每日英語跟讀 Ep.K430: 恐龍時代可能在春天結束

通勤學英語

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 3:48


每日英語跟讀 Ep.K430: The Dinosaur Age May Have Ended in Springtime   The dinosaur-killing meteor hit in spring. 殺死恐龍的流星是在春天撞擊地球。 That is the conclusion of scientists who examined the bones of fish that died on that day when a 6-mile-wide asteroid collided with Earth. 這是科學家們研究一顆6英里寬小行星撞上地球當天死亡的魚骨,得出的結論。 “These fishes died in spring,” said Melanie During, a graduate student at Uppsala University in Sweden and lead author of a paper published in the journal Nature. “The reign of dinosaurs ended in spring.” 一篇發表於《自然》期刊論文的主作者、瑞典烏普薩拉大學研究生梅勒妮.杜林說:「這些魚在春天死亡,恐龍的統治在春天結束。」 Scientists have known when the meteor hit — just over 66 million years ago, give or take 11,000 years — and where it hit, off the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico. That ended the Cretaceous period of Earth's geological history, but even though three-quarters or more of the species of plants and animals disappeared in the mass extinction that followed, it has been hard to pinpoint fossils of anything directly killed by the meteor. 科學家們已經知道這顆流星撞擊時間,大約在6600萬年前,誤差頂多11,000年,撞擊地點則在墨西哥猶加敦半島。這起事件結束了地球地質史的白堊紀時期,但儘管四分之三或更多動植物物種在隨後的大滅絕中消失,卻很難精確找到被流星直接殺死的化石。 But in 2019, paleontologists published the discovery in southwestern North Dakota of what appeared to be a mass graveyard of creatures that died hours or days after the impact. Although North Dakota was about 2,000 miles from where the meteor hit, the seismic waves of what was the equivalent of an earthquake with a magnitude of 10 or 11 sloshed water out of the lakes and rivers and killed the fish. Tektites — small glass beads propelled into the air by the impact — rained from the skies. 但在2019年,古生物學家公布一項在北達科他州西南部的發現,當地似乎是一個在撞擊幾小時或幾天後的生物集體墓地。雖然北達科他州離隕石撞擊地約2000英里,但相當於規模10或11的地震波,讓湖水和河水濺出,殺死了魚類。被沖擊拋至空中的小玻璃珠狀玻璃隕石從天而降。 The researchers spent years exploring the site, known as Tanis, which is in the fossil-rich Hell Creek formation that stretches across four states. 研究人員花了數年時間探索這個被稱為塔尼斯的遺址,當地位在橫跨4個州、富含化石的地獄溪地層中。 With the new science results, the fossils now provide insight into the cataclysm that was previously impossible to discern. 有了新的科學成果,這些化石如今讓我們了解到以前無法辨識出的大災難資訊。 “It's amazing that we can take an event, a single moment that happened 66 million years ago — literally a rock falling down and in an instant striking the Earth — and we can pinpoint that event to a particular time of the year,” said Stephen L. Brusatte, a paleontologist at the University of Edinburgh who was not involved in the research. “I think it's a detective story of the highest caliber.” 未參與研究的愛丁堡大學古生物學家布魯塞特說:「太棒了,我們可將一個發生在6600萬年前某個時刻的事件,即岩石墜落與瞬間撞擊,確認是在一年中的某個特定時間。我認為這是一部最高水準的偵探小說。」 Animals in the Northern Hemisphere — some emerging from hibernation or giving birth to young — might have been more vulnerable to extinction. “If it was spring, then it was not very likely for many organisms to be in hibernation,” During said. 北半球動物有些剛從冬眠中甦醒或剛生下後代,可能更容易滅絕。杜林說:「如果是春天,那麼很多生物不太可能處於冬眠狀態。」

FreshEd
FreshEd #291 – The FreshEd Questionnaire, Vol. 2 (Books)

FreshEd

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 21:43


It's great to be back after an extended holiday. I'm recharged and ready to go. We have an exciting line-up for the rest of the year, including our FreshEd Flux episodes. Before we start today, I'd like say hello to all our new listeners who may be joining us for the first time as they start their degrees at universities across the Northern Hemisphere. I hope you find FreshEd useful in your studies and please be sure to get in touch! We love hearing from listeners. Over the past few weeks on holiday, I've been doing a lot of reading. It's been really relaxing. Reading is a fundamental part of education. There's no way around it. There's even an idea called “foundational literacy” that is being championed – not without controversy -- within international development circles. But let's put that to one side. I'm more interested in what people are reading. Have you ever wondered what some of your teachers or fellow peers are reading? Today we continue our mini-series called the FreshEd Questionnaire. Over the past eight months, I've asked FreshEd guests a set of standard questions after each interview. These questions ask guests how they approach writing, reading, research, and supervision. These are the day-to-day activities we do inside universities, but perhaps don't talk too much about them. I want to talk about them. The first volume in this mini-series, which you should go back to listen to if you haven't, explored research supervision. It offers great insight and tips for new university students. In today's episode we explore books. I asked guests who are their favourite writers and why? What we learn is that academics read far and wide. Some stick to academic texts directly in the field of education. Others read non-fiction far beyond the field of education. And still others devour fiction, using it as a source of inspiration in their own academic work. My hope is by listening to this mash-up of voices you'll think about your own reading habits and realize the value of reading in education. I hope you enjoy the show! freshedpodcast.com/291-questionnaire -- Get in touch! Twitter: @FreshEdpodcast Facebook: FreshEd Email: info@freshedpodcast.com Support FreshEd: www.freshedpodcast.com/support/

Garden Basics with Farmer Fred
225 Cool Season Vegetable Tips

Garden Basics with Farmer Fred

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 29:23 Transcription Available Very Popular


September is here, and many of you are still enjoying your summer vegetable garden. But get ready…the days will be getting shorter and cooler this month and those plants may start to go into decline. Now is time to be planning and planting your second garden of 2022, the fall and winter vegetable garden, wherever you might live here in the Northern Hemisphere. Nursery Owner Don Shor has the cool season garden basics.We learn something new, every time, on Garden Basics with Farmer Fred. We're podcasting from Barking Dog Studios here in the beautiful Abutilon Jungle in Suburban Purgatory. It's the Garden Basics with Farmer Fred podcast, brought to you today by Smart Pots and Dave Wilson Nursery. And we will do it all in under 30 minutes. Let's go! Pictured: Cool Season VegetablesPrevious episodes, links, product information, topic search and transcripts at the new home site for Garden Basics with Farmer Fred, GardenBasics.net. Transcripts and episode chapters also available at BuzzsproutLinks: Subscribe to the free, Beyond the Garden Basics Newsletter https://gardenbasics.substack.com Smart Pots https://smartpots.com/fred/ Dave Wilson Nursery https://www.davewilson.com/home-garden/Farmer Fred Rant: Cool Season Vegetables TipsGot a garden question? • Leave an audio question without making a phone call via Speakpipe, at https://www.speakpipe.com/gardenbasics• Call or text us the question: 916-292-8964. • Fill out the contact box at GardenBasics.net• E-mail: fred@farmerfred.com All About Farmer Fred: The GardenBasics.net websiteThe Garden Basics with Farmer Fred Newsletter, Beyond the Basics https://gardenbasics.substack.comFarmer Fred website: http://farmerfred.com Daily Garden tips and snark on Twitter https://twitter.com/farmerfredThe Farmer Fred Rant! Blog http://farmerfredrant.blogspot.comFacebook:  "Get Growing with Farmer Fred" Instagram: farmerfredhoffman https://www.instagram.com/farmerfredhoffman/Farmer Fred Garden Minute Videos on YouTube As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases from possible links mentioned here.And thank you for listening.Healthy Lifestyle Solutions with Maya AcostaAre you ready to upgrade your health to a new level and do so by learning from experts...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

Inspiring You with Henri Hebert
Ep 120: September Energy Update

Inspiring You with Henri Hebert

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 42:22


#120 | September Energy Update It is HOT here in Los Angeles this week, and with today being Sept 1, there is also a distinct energetic difference. Are you feeling it too? Change is stirring within the Earth. With the stirring energies, new possibilities are emerging from the old. Nature offers such profound wisdom for us as we journey through life. The guidance now is to embrace the bountiful harvest and claim the many blessings available right here and now while simultaneously releasing any attachment to what is and what has been by letting go. Whether you're in the Northern Hemisphere and feeling the first stirrings towards Autumn now. Or in the Southern Hemisphere, observing the first signs of the Earth waking up and moving into Spring. We're experiencing one of those magical times of the year where Nature is seasonally rebalancing! This is a powerful time for us to harmonize our energies with the One Divine Source flowing through All That Is! Pay attention and tune into Mother Earth's wisdom of effortlessly moving through change to bring this very energy of re-balancing, ease, and willingness to flow through changes in your own life. Breathe in the new levels of Light and open your heart to receive the inspiration, activations, and downloads available to you at the moment. Remember that you are deeply guided and supported always. It's just about tuning into that level of awareness! Trust in the process, let go of any attachments as to what has been, and surrender! Surrendering isn't about giving up, it is about releasing the outcome to the Divine and allowing the highest possibilities to guide and inspire you. Tune in to listen to the September Energy Update! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/inspiring-you/support

Pelvicpreneur Podcast
125 - Marketing | Filling Up Your September Classes + PT Schedule

Pelvicpreneur Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 41:55


It's September! And, often it's one of those months in the calendar where FitPros and pelvic floor health specialists launch a new class, or really want to promote a niche service to their 1:1 clients. In the Northern Hemisphere, children will be going back to school, and in the Southern Hemisphere, you and your clients are coming out of hibernation. There's a fresh energy in the air, you're pumped to reconnect with old clients, and you're really looking forward to helping new customers with the magic of the work that you do. But, the one thing that's playing on your mind is marketing. You really want to fill ALL of the spots on ALL of your classes, and you really want to have a nice full 1:1 schedule, but you're not sure that's possible. Well, if you need some help here today, you will NOT be disappointed with this week's episode. In it, Claire shares 5 tactics for you to implement to fill those last minute spots in your classes AND attract some fresh, new clients into your PT practice too. Pop your earbuds in, hit play, pick and choose the tips that apply to you, and enjoy! And please do report back to let Claire know which strategies worked best for you! Check out Claire's Diastasis Detective Teacher Training course - www.clairemockridge.com/diastasis Sign up to Your Pelvic Matters Teacher Training program - www.clairemockridge.com/enrol Links and resources: Episode 112: How to get your clients to OPEN your newsletters Episode 103: Cancel, continue or compromise? Access Claire's private podcast "Boundaries For Business" library - www.clairemockridge.com/boundaries Check out Claire's 25 Done For You Captions service - www.clairemockridge.com/captions Check out the Profit, Pricing + Productivity course - www.clairemockridge.com/profit Are we Instagram friends yet? - https://instagram.com/clairemockridge/ Stay connected and sign up to the mailing list - https://clairemockridge.com/newsletter  

Sunshine Japanese Yasashii Nihon-go radio
119 Unlimited Japanese vocab

Sunshine Japanese Yasashii Nihon-go radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 6:06


Think about your own language vocabulary. I think everyone agrees with this, there are unlimited vocab. Of course, Japanese is not exception. Don't worry too much. Just enjoy learning! Website: https://www.sunshinejapanese.com.au/ Yasashii Nihon-go radio group: https://www.sunshinejapanese.com.au/group/sunshine-mates-from-yasashii-nihon-go-radio-podcast/discussion Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sunshine_japanese/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SunshineJapane1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Sunshine-Japanese-in-Cairns-499492903574651 Survey result: Survey results | sunshinejapanese Japanese script: 世界中(せかいじゅう)の メイトの皆(みな)さん、こんにちは! サンシャインジャパニーズの 陽子(ようこ)です。 今日(きょう)は、2022年(ねん) 9月(がつ)1日(ついたち)です。 日本(にほん)では、 9月(がつ)1日(ついたち)は 小学校(しょうがっこう)から 高校(こうこう)の 長(なが)い夏休(なつやす)みが終(お)わって、 新(あたら)しい学期(がっき)が 始(はじ)まる日(ひ)です。 夏休(なつやす)みが終(お)わっても、 まだまだ暑(あつ)い日(ひ)は 続(つづ)きそうです。 日本(にほん)にいるメイトさん、 北半球(きたはんきゅう)にいるメイトさん、 暑(あつ)さに負(ま)けないで がんばってください。 さて、今日(きょう)は 日本語(にほんご)の単語(たんご)について 話(はな)したいと思(おも)います。 7月(がつ)の初(はじ)めに 日本(にほん)に帰(かえ)ってから、 そしてケアンズに戻(もど)った後(あと)も この2か月(げつ) 母(はは)と一緒(いっしょ)に 暮(く)らしています。 毎日(まいにち)、毎日 母(まいにちはは)と日本語(にほんご)で おしゃべりしていて、 気(き)づくことがたくさんあります。 母(はは)は 私(わたし)が使(つか)わない単語(たんご)を 時々(ときどき)使(つか)います。 勿論(もちろん)、 名古屋(なごや)出身(しゅっしん)なので、 名古屋(なごや)弁(べん)が出(で)ますが、 名古屋(なごや)弁(べん)だけでは ありません。 例(たと)えば、空港(くうこう)のことを 飛行場(ひこうじょう) と呼(よ)んだりします。 飛行場(ひこうじょう)も 正(ただ)しい日本語(にほんご)ですが、 私は使いません。 逆(ぎゃく)に、私(わたし)は 日本語(にほんご)を 話(はな)している時(とき)も、 たくさん英語(えいご)の単語(たんご)や カタカナ語(ご)を使(つか)います。 だから母(はは)には 分(わ)からないことが多(おお)いです。 普段(ふだん)使(つか)っている カタカナ語(ご)を 日本語(にほんご)で説明(せつめい)するのは 難(むずか)しい時(とき)があります。 それに、新(あたら)しいカタカナ語(ご)は どんどん増(ふ)えていくので、 私(わたし)も付(つ)いていくのが 大変(たいへん)です。 単語(たんご)は無限(むげん)に 近(ちか)いです。 よく聞(き)く単語(たんご)、 よく見(み)る単語(たんご)にフォーカスして、 勉強(べんきょう)していきましょう! Now, let's review today's vocab. 小学校(しょうがっこう) primary school; elementary school 高校(こうこう) senior high school 学期(がっき) school term 北半球(きたはんきゅう) the Northern Hemisphere 単語(たんご) vocabulary 気(き)づくことsomething I have realised 名古屋(なごや)出身(しゅっしん) to be from Nagoya 名古屋(なごや)弁(べん) Nagoya dialect 普段(ふだん) usually 難(むずか)しい時(とき)があります。Sometimes it's difficult どんどんsteadily; rapidly 付(つ)いていく to keep up with 無限(むげん) unlimited; infinity 今日(きょう)も お疲(つか)れ様(さま)でした。 それではまた来週(らいしゅう)!

Alchemy of Heart Podcast
164: The Golden Month of Opportunity - September Energies & Card Readings

Alchemy of Heart Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 44:28


Hello beauties, we are here in the GOLDEN MONTH OF OPPORTUNITY. Can you feel it?! The energies are palpable and so strong. This really IS the month for something really great coming your way. It's about clearing the path, harvesting, and bringing the joy back into our homes as we'reprepring for the cold seasons (at least in the Northern Hemisphere). And this is really what is about JOY and cultivating a great sense of humor even in those challenging times, as many are facing right now. The challenges are simply opportunities to rise above the old self and usher in the new. I've included 2 card readings andyou don't wanna miss them. I wish you all so much joy and love in this month. Make it a big one and move beyond the things that are happening in the external. Timestamps for card readings: Card 1: 23:30 Card 2: 31:54 Resources (affiliate links): Oracle Card Deck: Goddess Power Oracle by Colette Baron Reid:  https://amzn.to/393QERC Connect with me on: Instagram: @nadinekuehnholistic Facebook: @nadinekuehnholistic Pinterest: @shehealsher Website: www.shehealsher.com Inquiries & Collabs:  Email: collab@shehealsher.com   Love, Nadine   Related Episodes: 162: Your New Self - Full Moon in Aquarius & Card Readings - Full Moon Musings 161: The River of Change - New Moon in Leo & August Energies - New Moon Musings 160: Full Moon in Capricorn & Extended Card Readings - Full Moon Musings 157: The Art of Self-Pleasure 153: 100 Things - An Uplifting Daily Practice 148: Body Dysmorphia - My Healing Transformation 121: Boost Your Confidence & Let Your Feminine Lead (Solo) 111: It's Okay to Ask for Help - Self Love Sundays 108: 10 Self Care Practices Everyone Can Do - Self Love Sundays 107: The Art of Crying & Why Softness Is Your Strength - Self Love Sundays 104: The Power Of Our Words - Self Love Sundays 101: Making Time For Meditation - Self Love Sundays 091: On Self-Protection - Self Love Sundays 086: Fill Your Own Cup First - Self Love Sundays 084: Time For Beauty Sleep - Self Love Sundays 080: Be Unapologetically You - Self Love Sundays 078: 5 Ways To Maintain Your Energy - Self Love Sundays 075: Show Up For Yourself No Matter What - Self Love Sundays 073: Embodiment Ritual for Balance, Vitality & Self-Acceptance - Self Love Sundays 068: Date Yourself First - Self Love Sundays 155: Full Moon in Sag Energies & Card Readings, Full Moon Musings 154: June Energies & Card Readings 151: New Moon in Aries & Card Reading - New Moon Musings 145: 2022 Energies & New Moon in Capricorn - New Moon Musings 140: Full Moon in Aries & Goddess Card Reading - Full Moon Musings 137: Full Moon in Pisces & Card Reading - Full Moon Musings 136: Blue Moon Musings & Goddess Card Reading 135: Lion's Gate, New Moon in Leo & Card Reading - New Moon Musings 133: Full Moon Musings - Full Moon in Aquarius - Energy Reading & Card Reading 131: New Moon in Cancer, Energies & Card Reading - New Moon Musings 130: 130: New Moon in Gemini & Solar Eclipse & Card Reading - New Moon Musings 127: SuperMoon in Sagittarius & Total Lunar Eclipse & Energy Reading - Full Moon Musings 126: How Applying Dr. Joe Dispenza's Formula Changed My Life prt. 2 049: How Applying Dr. Joe Dispenza's Formula Has Shifted My Life & Spiritual Practice (Solo) 123: The 555 Portal - Great Opportunities & Personal Growth 122: Supermoon in Scorpio & Energy Reading - Full Moon Musings 118: New Moon in Aries & Energy Update April & Reading - New Moon Musings  116: Supermoon in Libra, Energy Update & Reading - Full Moon Musings  112: Full Moon Musings - Full Moon in Virgo - Inner & Outer Cleanse 105: Full Moon Musings - Go Big for Your Dreams - Full Moon in Leo 104: The Power Of Our Words - Self Love Sundays 103: Moon Musings, Personal Update & Believing In Miracles 102: It's All a Matter of Perspective - Self Love Sundays 098: Full Moon Musings - Full Moon in Cancer & Building a Strong Emotional Foundation 092: New Moon Musings - New Moon in Sagittarius & Total Solar Eclipse, Current Energies & Big Shift 089: Full Moon Musings - Full Moon in Gemini, Partial Lunar Eclipse 084: Time For Beauty Sleep - Self Love Sundays 083: New Moon Musings - New Moon in Scorpio: Unravelling; Manifesting Heart's Desires; Time for Self-Pleasure & Deep Connection 077: Full Moon Musings - Samhain/Halloween, Full Moon in Taurus, Magick, Ancestors, Goddess Invocation 073: Embodiment Ritual for Balance, Vitality & Self-Acceptance - Self Love Sundays 020: The Basics Of Astrology - How Your Natal Chart Can Help You Understand Who You Are with Joyce Mordoh      

Cosmic Scene with Jill Jardine
September 2022 Astro Update & Sun SIgn Forecasts

Cosmic Scene with Jill Jardine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 26:40


Professional Astrologer Jill Jardine shares key astrological events and Sun Sign Forecasts for September 2022.  www.jilljardineastrology.comKey Dates:September 9: Mercury Retrograde until October 2, 2022September 10:  Pisces Full Moon with Sun in VirgoSeptember 22:  Fall Equinox in Northern Hemisphere: Sun transits into LibraSeptember 25: New Moon in LibraSeptember 29:  Venus transits into Libra until October 23, 2022With Mercury retrograde in Libra, the sign of relationships, many will re-evaluate relationships, MERCURY RETROGRADE for the 3rd time in 2022 from September 9-October 2nd. Mercury will be retrograde in Libra from September 9-September 23rd, then retrograde in Virgo from September 23-October 2nd. Don't sign contracts or buy cars during Mercury retrograde!  Also, be careful in your dealings with other, and don't fall for the “too good to be true,” offer.  Chances are you are being spammed or scammed- so beware!  Mercury Retrograde is a good time for reflection & recollection, and internal practices and processes like meditation, regression therapies, psychotherapy or spiritual pursuits. .  This period is best used for re-organizing, re-assessing and re-thinking, revising and rehashing. On September 10th, a Full Moon occurs in the sign of Pisces with the Sun in Virgo. Virgo asks for just the facts, and Pisces tunes into your spiritual self. Health and organization are priorities in the coming months.  et your health regimes in order, including streamlining diets, health and nutrition for the changing seasons. Also, tweak your supplements and food regimes, as well as seek out new healers or revisit previous practitioner to upgrade your energy. This is the Harvest Moon - so see what you have harvested in the previous 9 months of 2022.  The degree of this Full Moon is 17 degrees Pisces:  the Sabian Symbol, (Archetypal description of the 360 degrees of the Zodiac) for 17 degrees Pisces is:  "An Easter promenade" which opposes the opposing degree, of the Sun at Virgo 17 "A volcano in eruption". The idea is to feel the enormous burst of powerful energies and yet place them in a social context, such as going for a stroll on a lovely Easter afternoon. The Sun transits into Libra on September 22 at 9:04 pm marking the Fall Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere and the Spring Equinox in the Southern Hemisphere.   People have celebrated the fall equinox for centuries. In the Northern Hemisphere, the September equinox coincides with the fall harvest, and many ancient harvest celebrations take place on or around the fall equinox. On the equinox, day and night are of nearly equal length across the planet.On September 25th, the New Moon occurs in the sign of Libra, prompting a new beginning.  This New Moon occurs in early degrees of Libra, inspiring new relationships or a “beginners mind” to existing relationships. Jupiter in Aries, opposes this New Moon, can show selfish tendencies that will interfere with the cooperation of relationship.. On September 29, Venus comes home to her luxurious and beautiful abode in Libra until October 23, when she slinks into seductive and sexy Scorpio..  But for now, Goddess of Love and Beauty turns her attention to making our relationships better, helping the lonely find love, and beautifying our lives. 

Get in Loser, We’re Doing Witchcraft

Welcome back Witches! We're coming at you with another Sabbat episode this week!  Who's ready to learn all about Mabon??  We've got the history, background, correspondences, and all the ways you can celebrate.  This Sabbat will occur on Wednesday September 21st in the Northern Hemisphere and on March 21st in the Southern Hemisphere for 2022!  So get in losers, and lets discuss Mabon!! We would be forever thankful if you leave our podcast a 5-Star review. If you really loved the show and want more Get in Loser content, check out our Supercast link below, or search the Supercast website for Get in Loser, We're Doing Witchcraft. You can also find us at our Buy Me a Coffee link below.  There you can purchase a membership to our podcast and obtain exclusives like, getting episodes early, shout outs on the show, access to our “Ask me anything” forum, our monthly newsletter, a promo code for merchandise, and more. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @GetinWitches, on TikTok @weredoingwitchcraft or email us at weredoingwitchcraft@gmail.com. You  can support our show through our Supercast: https://getinloserweredoingwitchcraft.supercast.com/ Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/getinwitches   Music by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio- The Witch ----more---- References: Bhagat, Dhruti. The Origins and Practices of Mabon. (2019). Boston Public Library. https://www.bpl.org/blogs/post/the-origins-and-practices-of-mabon/ Moon, Aurora. Mabon Sabbat Correspondences. (2021). Plentiful Earth. https://plentifulearth.com/mabon-sabbat-correspondences/ Barbi. Celebrating Mabon with Herbs and Ancient Traditions. (2021). The Outdoor Apothecary. https://www.outdoorapothecary.com/celebrating-mabon/ Mabon (n.d.). Mabon/Autumn Equinox. The Goddess and the Green Man. https://www.goddessandgreenman.co.uk/mabon/ Wigington, Patti (2019). Ten Ways to Celebrate Mabon. https://www.learnreligions.com/ways-to-celebrate-mabon-2562310 Youtube:Alwyn Oak Scarlet Ravenswood

Hemispheric Views
065: She Only Had Three Channels!

Hemispheric Views

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 44:28


Andrew and Jason are joined by special guest Scotty J, Shortcuts specialist and co-host of the podcast Nested Folders! He shares his tech experience and boosts representation of the Northern Hemisphere! Meanwhile, Martin interrupts the conversation from afar with a weird collection of stories... Missing Man Formation 00:00:00 Two years of this show!?

Just Grow Something | A Gardening Podcast
Ep. 108 - Basics of Saving Seeds

Just Grow Something | A Gardening Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 35:48


This is the time of year when most gardeners in the Northern Hemisphere begin preserving their harvest. Summer's bounty is giving one last push and the cooling temperatures mean the fall garden is ramping up. Over the next few weeks, we'll talk about preserving that harvest, and this week is no different. But, instead of talking fruits and veggies for eating we're talking seeds for growing. Saving seeds from our own gardens can have many benefits. Not only are we ensuring we have enough seeds for next seasons garden, hedging your bets against shortages (see also: The Year That Shall Not Be Spoken Of), but seeds we save and replant year after year will also be better suited to our unique climate and gardening situation. But knowing which seeds to save can give us a little trouble. Will it produce the same fruit we harvested it from or something different? Did it cross-pollinate with something else or is it self-pollinating? And how long will they last in storage before I need to refresh my seed stash? We dig into all this and more while talking the basics of saving seeds on today's episode. Just Grow Something Gardening Friends Facebook Group Check out how you can become a patron on Patreon Follow me on Instagram JustGrowSomethingPodcast.com Merchandise | Just Grow Something Positively Farming Media Podcast Playlist on Spotify RESOURCES: Episode 62 - Properly Saving Seeds in Your Garden (This one is a deeper dive into some of the minutia of saving seeds) Episode 63 - Proper Seed Storage: Moisture levels, storage conditions, containers and more (prepare to geek out!) Join the Black Rifle Coffee Club. Save 20% and caffeinate alongside me while providing for military troops and first responders! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/justgrowsomething/message

Fun With Dumb
My Australian Son - Fun With Dumb - Ep. 197

Fun With Dumb

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 87:00


Fun With Dumb Clip Editor Woyx2 came all the way from Australia and just so happened to make a rare Monday taping of the podcast. After a brief discussion on bleaching Asian hair, Woyx2 joins to detail his planned American adventure to see Dumb perform at HITC, hit some other cities, and see what life in the Northern Hemisphere is all about. Live every Tuesday at 1pm PST: https://twitch.tv/dumbfoundeadlive Follow the IG: https://www.instagram.com/funwithdumb Join the Discord: https://discord.gg/funwithdumb Hosted by: Dumbfoundead https://www.instagram.com/dumbfoundead https://twitter.com/dumbfoundead​​​​​ Steffie Baik: https://www.instagram.com/baikedguds​​​​ https://www.twitch.tv/steffiebaik Lyricks: https://www.instagram.com/yox_rick​​​​ https://www.youtube.com/yearoftheox​​​​​ https://www.twitch.tv/oxgang Intro Animation by: @yeetheeast Intro Song by: @sweater_beats "Fun With Dumb" Producers: Jonathan Park Alex Kim Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Affiliate Underground
End of Summer = New Year's 2.0 for Affiliate Marketers

Affiliate Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 27:16


As the Northern Hemisphere wraps up the summer and heads into the fall, affiliate marketers are looking at a time period Derek refers to as "New Year's 2.0." Learn what affiliates like you should be doing right now to position themselves for success during this time of year when consumers are looking to make new changes in their finances, health, business, and more!

At Any Rate
At Any Rate: The calm before the storm - ags markets warrant attention

At Any Rate

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 16:57


Tracey Allen and Ruhani Aggarwal discuss their latest fundamental and price assessment for agricultural markets through 2022-23. Grain prices are consolidating around costs of production after one of the largest ever positioning washouts on record through June-certainly more abrupt, increasing risks of a late summer recovery. With one go the warmest Northern Hemisphere summers on record threatening production potential across Western Europe, and Ukrainian agricultural exports flowing well below capacity indefinitely, agricultural markets warrant close attention. Price forecasts through 3Q22 have been marked-to-market, prompting lower revisions for grains, palm, sugar and cotton markets, amid a tighter fundamental environment. The forecast profile continues to embed a fundamentally driven recovery through end 3Q22 into 4Q22 - reflecting the physical tightness in exploitable supplies, as material supply side downgrades are realized, and consumer demand emerges after a hiatus. Investor flows post-holiday season will also be important to monitor.

Art Witch
Creating in the Interdimensional Web

Art Witch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 54:40


As the summer sun reaches its deepest expression here in the Northern Hemisphere, we are thick in Leo season. The lushness and ripeness of life reminds us that abundance is flowing for us and all beings. In this lunar cycle we are playing with  this personal and the collective lens, asking deeper questions of sustainability and abundance around all our creative dreams.  How can we move on our creative dreams in alignment with our values and the well-being of not just ourselves but our communities? How can calling in our web of interdimensional relations help us thrive in our art magic and find new pathways? In this creativity tarot reading join Zaneta as they share the energies and invitations of this lunar cycle, July 28 - Aug 26 and how we can work with these energies to thrive in our creativity and magic. Mentioned in this episode:Sound + Nature newsletterArtWitch PatreonCreative Liberation Tarot ReadingsAbout the HostZaneta (they/them) is a queer, multi Brooklyn-based sound ritualist, listening educator, nature recordist, creativity activist, tarot reader, and podcast host. At the core of their work is a deep desire to remember how to live in interconnectedness.  Whether that is through meditation and connecting with the self, or in community rituals to connect to the land, Zaneta weaves sound and ritual to create experiences that transform the way participants hear and connect to the world.  In the spirit of an interconnected world, Zaneta focuses on supporting folx to make their art and express themselves fully, knowing that interconnection and interdependence are rooted in our individual wholeness and that our authentic creative expression is at the heart of that wholeness.  It's towards this collective vision that Zaneta offers channeled tarot readings for creative liberation, and offers readings to support artists in navigating their careers and projects. To learn more about Zaneta's work, visit www.soundartmagic.comOr follow them on IG @soundartmagic About the PodcastArt Witch is where creativity, magic, and healing align for personal and collective liberation.  Hosted by Brooklyn-based sound ritualist, arts educator, and tarot reader Zaneta, Art Witch aims to provide resources for the creative journey. In this podcast you'll hear from a variety of artists, witches, healers, and experts sharing their wisdom and stories, all with the intention of helping folx make art and share their unique magic with the world.Art Witch has a Patreon community where members meet regularly for group meditations, full moon rituals, and community conversations on art and magic. In addition, we have a full library of meditations and videos for the creative mystical journey. To support this podcast and become a member, visit www.patreon.com/soundartmagic@artwitchpodcast

Herbs with Rosalee
Health Benefits of Elderberry vs. Elderflower

Herbs with Rosalee

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 11:28


The elder shrub is two medicines in one! The health benefits of elderberry and elderflower are distinct from one another. Learn how you can get the best health benefits of elderberry and elderflower and receive easy-to-make recipes for elderflower tea, elderberry syrup, and elderberry tea. After listening, you'll know: ► When to call on elderflower and/or elderberry, depending on your particular situation ► How to brew a potent elderflower tea ► How to make your own elderberry syrup (and save lots of money at the same time!) With cold and flu season right around the corner (at least here in the Northern Hemisphere), this is a great time to revisit all the wonderful gifts of the elder shrub! Show snippet:  “Elderberries modulate inflammation and can be a great addition to your diet as food as medicine. They are also often used as medicine, especially as a preventive remedy at the onset of a cold or flu.” (Timestamp: 09:01) ---- Get full show notes and more information at: http://herbswithrosaleepodcast.com/ (herbswithrosaleepodcast.com) For more behind-the-scenes of this podcast, follow https://www.instagram.com/rosaleedelaforet/ (@rosaleedelaforet) on Instagram! The secret to using herbs successfully begins with knowing who YOU are. Get started by taking my free Herbal Jumpstart course when you https://bit.ly/3EtBEqe (sign up for my newsletter). If you enjoy the Herbs with Rosalee podcast, we could use your support! Please consider leaving a 5-star rating and review and sharing the show with someone who needs to hear it! On the podcast, we explore the many ways plants heal, as food, as medicine, and through nature connection. Each week, I focus on a single seasonal plant and share trusted herbal knowledge so that you can get the best results when using herbs for your health. Learn more about Herbs with Rosalee at http://herbswithrosalee.com/ (herbswithrosalee.com). ---- Rosalee is an herbalist and author of the bestselling book https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/140195006X/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=metvalher-20&camp=1789&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=140195006X&linkId=015132911186b966727b15dabec8da5d (Alchemy of Herbs: Transform Everyday Ingredients Into Foods & Remedies That Heal) and co-author of the bestselling book https://amzn.to/3a2G3R4 (Wild Remedies: How to Forage Healing Foods and Craft Your Own Herbal Medicine). She's a registered herbalist with the American Herbalist Guild and teaches many popular online courses. Read about how Rosalee went from having a terminal illness to being a bestselling author in https://www.herbalremediesadvice.org/rosalee-de-la-foret.html (her full story here). 

Night Sky Tourist
45- Australia Stargazing Excursion with Dimitri Douchin

Night Sky Tourist

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 33:48


Australia is a stargazing paradise and offers different night sky views than we experience in the Northern Hemisphere. In this episode, I chat with Dimitri Douchin, founder of Blue Mountains Stargazing. He shares about the unique experiences his company offers and gives us some great tips for other things to do in the area. Dimitri is an astrophysicist and serves on the faculty of Western Sydney University where he specializes in Cultural Astronomy. Visit NightSkyTourist.com/45 for more information about this episode. LINKS IN THIS EPISODE Blue Mountains Stargazing: https://www.bluemountainsstargazing.com.au Blue Mountains Stargazing on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bluemountainsstargazing/ Blue Mountains Stargazing on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bluemountainsstargazing/ Kirsten Banks TED Talk “65,000 Years–The Great History of Australian Aboriginal Astronomy”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYr7ZCn04eA Night Sky Tourist #26 “Emotional Grounding and the Night Sky with Toni Kouts” (Sydney): https://nightskytourist.com/26/ Night Sky Tourirst #34 “Aboriginal Skies with Paul Curnow” (Adlaide): https://nightskytourist.com/34/ SPREAD THE WORD Help us reach more people by subscribing to the podcast, leaving a review, and sharing it with others. GET TO KNOW US MORE Visit NightSkyTourist.com to read our great blog articles, check out our resource page, and sign up for our newsletters. Our monthly newsletter has content that is exclusive for subscribers. SHARE YOUR QUESTION We want to hear your questions. They could even become part of a future Q&A. Record your question in a voice memo on your smartphone and email it to us at Hello@NightSkyTourist.com. COMMENTS OR QUESTIONS Email us at Hello@NightSkyTourist.com.

That Witch Life
Episode 148: Lúnasa With Orlagh Minxie Costello

That Witch Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 79:56 Very Popular


It's August which means in the Northern Hemisphere, it's time to celebrate Lúnasa! Lúnasa is the start of autumn in Ireland and Orlagh Minxie Costello returns to tell us all about the history of the holiday and its modern Magickal and secular celebrations. Plus, the awesomeness of being a godparent! Hilary shares blackberry Magick and Courtney shares her unfortunate postoffice incident. Digressions include the grossest recipes and Kanani's earthquake sensitivity. On Patreon: The conclusion of the story of The Pig Next Door. Visit Jasmine Pearl Tea Company and treat yourself to a beautiful blend. Save 10% with coupon code WITCH2022!  For gorgeous, Magickal, talisman jewelry pieces made FOR Witches, by Witches at blessedbemagick.com Use code WITCHLIFE15 and save 15%! Pick up a copy of Theresa Reed's new Twist Your Fate by Weiser Books wherever you get your books!  Show notes and audio transcript at thatwitchlife.com Support the podcast:  patreon.com/thatwitchlife ko-fi.com/thatwitchlifepodcast etsy.com/shop/thatwitchlifepodcast

Arthro-Pod
Arthro-Pod EP 118- The World of Carnivorous Plants Part 2

Arthro-Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022


Today we conclude our deep dive into the world of carnivorous plants. Mike has been reigniting his passion for these bug eating botanical wonders. Join us as we finish the tour of families of carnivorous plants and the different types of traps they have.  Roridula dentata in the wild. Photograph by Nick Helme via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license. Roridula dentata flowering in the wild. Photograph by Nick Helme via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Roridula flower. Note the sticky hairs on the leaves. Photograph by Sönke Haas via Flickr, used under a CC BY-ND 2.0 license.Pamerida bug amongst the sticky tendrils of a Roridula plant. Photograph by tonyrebelo via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-SA 4.0.Pamerida bug and numerous prey captured by a Roridula plant. Photograph by felix_riegel via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0.Close up dorsal view of a Pamerida bug . Photograph by felix_riegel via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0.Cobra lilies. Note the red fishtail appendages. Photograph by pnwdunning via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Cobra lilies growing in a shaded environment. Photograph by paulexcoff via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY 4.0 licenseDarlingtonia growing in the ditch along a gravel road. Photograph by joysavoie via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 licneseThe last thing an insect sees as it enters the trap of a cobra lily. Note how the fenestra allow light to enter the bulbous portion of the trap and make it much brighter compared to the surrounding plant. Photograph by sethberes via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Heliamphora chimantensis grown in culture. Photograph by Andreas Eils via Wikimedia Commons, used under a GNU Free Documentation License.Heliamphora nutans growing on a cliffside. Photograph by thierrycordenos via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license. Heliamphora nutans growing amonst grasses and other tall competitor plants. Photograph by pfaucher via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Heliamphora pulchella. Note the downward-facing hairs on the inside of the pitchers that help prevent prey from escaping. Photograph by Fernando J. M. Rojas-Runjaic via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Yellow pitcher plants, Sarracenia flava. Photograph by emmatrum vi iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Yawning mouth of a yellow pitcher plant. Photograph by wag4ag via iNaturalist, used under a  CC BY-NC 4.0 license.A field of yellow pitcher plants. Such sights were once common in the Southeastern United States but have become more and more rare in the as the bogs and swamps that pitcher plants need were drained and degraded. Photograph by smoran3030 via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Hooded pitcher plants (Sarracenia minor) have lids that overhang the mouth, which is different from the open mouths of many Sarracenia species. Photograph by celiabyrnes via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Note the fenestrae at the back of this Sarracenia minor pitcher that allow light to shine through and fool insects. This morphology is convergent to the fenestrae of cobra lilies and Albany pitcher plants. Photograph  by florabundance via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Parrot pitcher plants, Sarracenia psittacina. Note the decumbant (lying along the ground) nature of the traps. Photograph by Andrew Lane Gibson via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Parrot pitchers are the only speices of Sarracenia to regularly become inundated by water and catch aquatic prey. The decumbant traps may be a modification to trap such prey. Photograph by adamhull via iNaturalist, used under CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Green pitcher plants (Sarracenia oreophila) are critically endangered in the wild. Photography by Farren Dell via iNaturalist, used unde a CC BY 4.0 license.White pitcher plants (Sarracenia leucophylla) are amongst the largest and most striking species of American pitcher plants. They are commercially harvested for cut flower arrangements and at risk due to poaching. Photograph by stasialr via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Field of white pitcher plants. Photograph by Jared Gorrell via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Purple pitcher plants (Sarracenia purpurea) are amongst the shortest Sarracenia species. The upturned, ruffled lids are distinctive. They are the most widespread Sarracenia species and are found througout the eastern United States and across Canada, nearly to Alaska. Photograph by Scott via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Sarracenia × catesbaei, a naturally occuring hybrid between S. flava and S. purpurea. Note the intermediate characteristics this hybrid had between the two parent species. Photograph by Rich Stevenson via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Byblis liniflora, one of the annual rainbow plant species. Photograph by Geoff Shuetrim via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY 4.0 license.Byblis liniflora in bloom. Photograph by colbourn via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Byblis gigantea, one of the perennial rainbow plant species. Both perennial species are critically engangered. Byblis gigantea is only known from five populations in the wild. Photographs by Jean Hort via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY 4.0 license.Flower stalk of Byblis liniflora, which has captured a small fly. Photograph by  Boaz Ng via Flickr, used under a CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 license.Philcoxia rhizomatosa growing in white quartitic sand. The underground leaves have been partially exposed by wind. Photograph by william_hoyer via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Philcoxia rhizomatosa. The leaves are usually concealed under the sand. Photograph by william_hoyer via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Closeup of the sticky underground leaves of Philcoxia. Photograph by william_hoyer via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.A common butterwort (Pinguicula vulgaris) in bloom. This species occurs across the Northern Hemisphere in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Russia. Photograph by bjohnston5 via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Pinguicula moranensis, one of the Mexican butterwort species. Photograph by Raymundo Perez via iNaturalist, used uder a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Pinguicula longifolia. Note the long leaves, which are not typical for most butterworts and may be an adaptation to this species' habit of living of cliffs. Photograph by carmensolanas via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.The underground trap leaves of Genlisea bifurcate, with the distal ends being corckscrew shaped, hence the common name "corkscrew plant". Photograph by william_hoyer via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license. The corkscrew-shaped underground leaves of Genlisea are only a few cells thick and very fragile. The traps leaves of this Genlisea filiformis have broken off where they bifurcate. Note the small size of the adult plant. Photograph by Thiago RBM via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Genlisea margaretae. Photograph by Thilo Krueger via iNaturalist, used under a  CC BY-NC 4.0 license.Genlisea grow in aquatic to semi-aquatic habitats and are thought to require water indundating the traps for the traps to function. Note how these plants are growing nearly submerged. Photograph by william_hoyer via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license. Badder trap of Utricularia gibba. Photograph by  Boaz Ng via Flickr, used under a CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 license.Common bladderworts found in Pennsylvania. Photograph by Michael Skvarla.Aquatic bladderworts. Photograph by brieaspasia via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4.0.An epiphytic bladderwort. Photograph by  Dr. Alexey Yakovlev via Flickr, used under a CC BY-SA 2.0 license.Utricularia pubescens can grow terrestrially or lithophyticly (on rocks). Photograph by Padraic Flood  via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license.Questions? Comments? Follow the show on Twitter @Arthro_PodshowFollow the hosts on Twitter @bugmanjon, @JodyBugsmeUNL, and @MSkvarla36Get the show through Apple Podcast, Stitcher, Spotify, or your favorite podcatching app!If you can spare a moment, we appreciate when you subscribe to the show on those apps or when you take time to leave a review!Subscribe to our feed on Feedburner!  This episode is freely available on archive.org and is licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ 

Cultivating Place
The History & Importance of Summer Tomatoes - South Jersey Style, Jeff Quattrone

Cultivating Place

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 54:42 Very Popular


It's the height of warm season crops in our gardens here in the Northern Hemisphere, and this week Cultivating Place is joined by Jeff Quattrone – graphic artist, gardener, and heirloom vegetable and seed advocate based in Salem County, New Jersey. Jeff is particularly dedicated to the preservation and sharing forward of the histories and genetics of historic, culturally, and economically important Jersey Tomatoes – born and bred right there in his region for more than a century. In 2014 Jeff founded the Library Seed Bank, which grew into a Southern New Jersey seed library network. Having work with Seed Savers Exchange and served as a Slow Food Ark of Taste's regional representative and for Slow Food International's Seed Working Group in 2021, Jeff was the keynote speaker for the Seed Library Summit as well as an organizer of Slow Food's Seed Summit. Through his heirloom seed and food activism, Jeff's work is most broadly a deep commitment to seed and food sovereignty for all. Cultivating Place now has a donate button! We thank you so much for listening over the years and we hope you'll support Cultivating Place. We can't thank you enough for making it possible for this young program to grow even more of these types of conversations. The show is available as a podcast on SoundCloud, iTunes, Google Podcast, and Stitcher. To read more and for many more photos please visit www.cultivatingplace.com.

The Science Hour
Heat waves in the Northern Hemisphere

The Science Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 56:24 Very Popular


The extreme heat wave in western Europe over the last couple of weeks is just one of many in the Northern Hemisphere in 2022. How is global warming changing the atmosphere to make heat waves more frequent and more intense? We talk to climatologists Hannah Cloke, Friederike Otto and Efi Rousi. If we want to stabilise global warming to two degrees by the end of the century, how are we going to do that? One novel idea is to harness the world's vast railway infrastructure and equip freight and passenger trains with an additional special wagon or two. These extra cars would be designed to suck carbon dioxide out of the air, liquify it and transport it to sequestration sites. Critically all the energy to capture the carbon dioxide comes free from regenerative braking on the trains. University of Toronto chemist Geoff Ozin and Eric Bachman, founder of the start-up CO2 Rail, explain the vision. On the 40th anniversary of the International Whaling Commissions announcing an end to commercial whaling, we hear from Greenpeace co-founder Rex Weyler about the high seas campaign in the 1970s that helped prevent the extinction of the great whales. He talks about the contribution to the cause made by the discovery of whale song, and the release of humpback whale recordings as a commercial disc. And, you have probably experienced an ‘earworm' - a catchy bit of music that plays round and round in your head and won't go away – at least for a short while. But why did it pop up in the first place and how did it get stuck? CrowdScience listener Ryota in Japan wants us to dig into earworms, so presenter Datshiane Navanayagam bravely puts on her headphones to immerse herself in the world of sounds that stick. She meets with a composer of children's songs as well as music psychologists to find out if there is a special formula to creating catchy songs and probes if this musical brain quirk serves any useful purpose. Datshiane then explores whether some people are more prone to catching earworms than others. Finally, for those who find this phenomenon disturbing - she asks is there a good way of getting rid of them? Come join us down the audio wormhole - disclaimer - the BBC is not responsible for any annoying earworms caused by this broadcast. (Image: Firefighter trucks burning during a wildfire on the Mont d'Arrees, outside Brasparts, western France, 19 July 2022. Credit: LOIC VENANCE/ AFP via Getty Images)

Science in Action
Heat waves in the Northern Hemisphere

Science in Action

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 29:31


The extreme heat wave in western Europe over the last couple of weeks is just one of many in the Northern Hemisphere in 2022. How is global warming changing the atmosphere to make heat waves more frequent and more intense? We talk to climatologists Hannah Cloke, Friederike Otto and Efi Rousi. If we want to stabilise global warming to two degrees by the end of the century, how are we going to do that? One novel idea is to harness the world's vast railway infrastructure and equip freight and passenger trains with an additional special wagon or two. These extra cars would be designed to suck carbon dioxide out of the air, liquify it and transport it to sequestration sites. Critically all the energy to capture the carbon dioxide comes free from regenerative braking on the trains. University of Toronto chemist Geoff Ozin and Eric Bachman, founder of the start-up CO2 Rail, explain the vision. On the 40th anniversary of the International Whaling Commissions announcing an end to commercial whaling, we hear from Greenpeace co-founder Rex Weyler about the high seas campaign in the 1970s that helped prevent the extinction of the great whales. He talks about the contribution to the cause made by the discovery of whale song, and the release of humpback whale recordings as a commercial disc. (Image: Firefighter trucks burning during a wildfire on the Mont d'Arrees, outside Brasparts, western France, 19 Ju