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"acitivists" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"Is that does coincidence. I don't think. I don't think it's a coincidence. I think of course coming for the high degree system. This already in place within the french lodge tame the face or can rosie chretien night degrees of these and i think often without any recourse to the christian tradition but an pass qualities case. I do believe that he is well. Read and his understanding of the the the parasail in tradition christian pipe district jack burma and the lou claude. C- montagne a squarely closest disciple said it was by the root of all so i think that a squall conscious of his heterodox vs gain of magpie-like way. I don't think it would be a contradiction for him to bring in protestant radical ideas about the apocalypse ism and mix it with gothic monasticism of freemasonry kabala and narcissism through an seem tame. A think for him there is mentioned a prescott theologica a pristine theology. A true wisdom tradition is scattered amongst degrees in systems. Viewed open like of nineteenth century. The lakes of author wait for example is maintaining the degrees meaning tradition for us. Authentic lost tradition has to be rewritten for every new generation and the purpose quality. A he feigns an canedo of ecstatic form of freemasonry exactly. It's probably very good word for that. Absolutely it is an interesting coincidence. That pasquali then suddenly arrived in haiti at around the time where others leaving. France also arrive in haiti and then carry on to go to create. The scottish was known today as scottish right in south carolina. But is there any easter any proof that those people might have crossed paths in haiti and have met and even works together at some point. Oh yes certainly. Manuscript is part of cooling system within it. We know that these people with steven moran with have been known to the two main correspondent for most of the more interesting connection and heat is the idea that they'll cooling system went on to influence voodoo local voodoo. A traditions something really debatable. We don't have the evidence as yet but it's hard to look at the the the schedule's insane and a symbol symbolism of asian food and not see some painter parallel with the a essentials symbolism and they highly. They look cool in system for me. Personally do think is influences. Go from the eloquence and to the community to the local community. I don't believe is some people have suggested that the video was an influence on the l. Didn't think it works out. We a this is something that he deloitte walk in. I would imagine a lot of work on the ground and well. It's a long way from scotland too. He definitely definitely even today. Yeah but maybe an interesting tasks to to to to put on. So that which brings me to you yourself stewart because we have spoken about the grin and thank you for explaining this really clearly and in-depth sued to our audience. Here we have an audience here. Who is i think very well. Knowledgeable and all different kinds of policy but of course this is a very particular process and and we have to give more attention to that but now let's go to yourself your and gives of your personal background and what interested you in that. And maybe also have some practical aspects in your life that relates to mason re or or or magic. If you want to talk about. That shit's free to you. Of course thank you well. Nobody joined is obviously scottish. I was raised in scotland which she did. Anyone who's interested in freemasonry is of winning a name that strong within the high degrees and grew up area. Where the newsstand plus forced to have lund. And you've get the the dislodge old mother. Winning and freemasonry is a part of the culture. The but not in the way that seems to be an other places in the world very much she masonry in the west coast to scotland is almost like a folk tradition at something that your grandfather and very low key apart for walk in mind working class taper tape thing and ideas. Aesthetic sheltie aren't really discussed even amongst the masons dirty india but grew and upper is always intrigued by freemasonry senior roundabout. And when you come to these ideas it's often a mannequin. Video for freemasonry is neverland. Nothing to do places like scotland. Spain expedience of freemason most of the world is a always really attracted to and grew and pose a great farner jimmy page and led zeppelin and music and a black male. And that type of thing. I was always attracted to this kind of the spiritual some heavy metal or a a bond. Todd always liked that kind of intensity to the music in a totally enamored by jimmy page. What the song remains the same claiming eskin hosts with a helmet thing. This this led me into studying philosophy. University studied philosophy fainter at dundee university. And i was very interested in ideas immanuel kant and friedrich nietzsche and their ideas on aesthetics art. And the specially. When he's speaking of diana in the napaloni and i was looking at jim. Morrison and goodness. Diane isis is always. This moved on to a masters degree in western acitivists at exeter university not really when the market dynamics of western mysticism a happened. Really try to use a t. explore freemasonry really wanted the understand spiritual tradition and is a social product. A social network dana society or something like rotary club always knew that it was something that even if the masons themselves agreed with me a more about him every than muscle soclean was interested in neoplatonism and narcissism and how these ideas came and freemasonry and always really enchanted with this idea of scottish racing. Had nothing to do. Scotland and france and then germany and grew up in a place where bonnie prince charlie and robot bonds and all these characters were were over. Tradition of the masonic ice faked is never spoken about. It was kind of like a layered bike to your hometown. Feigned this whole waiter a spiritual a headed you some people. Scotland is becoming a new new jerusalem. Canedo northern solomon kingdom which in my house.
"acitivists" Discussed on Eclosion
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"acitivists" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Amount of the population as working but needs to support the rest and at a time when median wages stagnating in the cost of basic services like housing education care. Health care is increasing steeply when pensions are underfunded. Where people actually have very little savings. It's a time when economic security doesn't look very good for a Lotta people and governments. Don't really have a plan for funding future liability which is the aging population. It doesn't seem that you know are all social contract where taxing working age population would pay for. Everyone else's security is gonNA exist in the future in the same way in similarly in technology Feeling very much. The threat of intelligent machines automating map manual and cognitive jobs. Going forward so we to think about creating new forms of work in retraining displaced workers to be able to do those new jobs like you said we need to think about globalization in a new way. And how do we now? Rejuvenate many of those economies that were deindustrialized because industries went. 'cause locations. How do we build those communities back up? Again and climate change has become an existential threat natural resources clearly aunt abundant. They're they're on a tight budget. So have to repress things like carbon water of the last ten years democracy that should have been retreat under the threat from Newell Third Syrian regimes in Optimism. So really going to reflect on how things are turning on their head in this economic transition that we're in thirty years from now in. What are we gonNA be facing in terms of an economy? How do we? How do we try to make that as a positive of situations? Also there's so many things on there so many moving parts with it in a couple that jump out at me and I is the aging population in my previous career has spanned about a dozen years in healthcare and mostly in leadership roles and primary care sector but with hospitals as well and in many areas. Tronto for one and a lot of the United States and probably globally to the population over age. Sixty five is going to double in about fifteen years and the population over age. Ninety will triple. These are huge users of the system. They will need to rely on social services in health and a variety of other things because the demand tends to increase as she gets older. The governments and individuals don't have a plan for addressing those things and I think the other thing too and this was a study that I saw a couple years ago especially in North America and could be applicable to the world to but especially North America. Where it's estimated that twenty five percent of the jobs that exist today will no longer exist in ten years and it's not because of economic downturn. It's because a I is going to eliminate the need for those jobs. We're already seeing it in in stores with self-checkout Amazon has the grocery store pilot where there are no cash roster and self driving cars in in all of these things are eventually going to be eliminating a lot of these jobs but the population continues to grow so we we've got a a bit of shift here on. How are we going to get paid in? What kind of work is going to exist? So a dramatic need for retraining people because again the population is such. There's going to be a lot of people you know the Millennial Age Gen Z. And others that in my generation your generation. You know. We're still going to be plugging along in a decade. I think there needs to be things for us to do. And unless we're going to complete society where none of us working we just get paid from what I'm not sure There's GonNa be a huge huge adjustment on things and I think in the final points on ask you about is because of you know your your organization you know you teach people and organizations on investments. Why is the way that we invest our our time and our money going to be so important as we navigate through this transition? So I'd love to hear your thoughts on that. I think you raise some really great examples. That so part of the acitivist. Is that if you look at over the last thirty years or so if you look at the. The real cost of things like electronics clothes cars. A lot of manufactured goods eventually gone down and some of them have gone quite steeply so in that sense. What better off because we can acquire those things in a much more. She plead guilty cons. But if you look at things like housing healthcare childcare education is things that a social services you could call them. Boy Elderly Care as well. The the cost of those things have risen dramatically for your college in the United States. Anyways is about four times. More expensive in real terms was nineteen. Eighty one of the things that is out there that we really need to address is bringing the costs of these social services down making them a heck of a lot more efficient at a very basic level. People have the ability more ability to work because the child care services. So they're able to go to work is better and more effective education so the more qualified to go to work. Healthcare works better has better outcomes than his more affordable so that healthy enough to go to work and there's enough transportation so they're able to go to the job where the jobs are so in a world where you have fuel working age people you have to get the working edge people you have to be as participative in the economy as possible. You have to empower more women to go to war Mo- minorities and eventually you got to think about. How do you get older people to continue working? So you've got to make more of the workforce that you have and that starts by increasing people's ability to work now where does investment comments of this I think in things like Housing Education? Lifelong learning child-care. There's so much opportunity for new business models to come.
"acitivists" Discussed on The I've Been Wrong Before Podcast
"And every one of the people who use our products the prostitutes acitivists and technicians we partner with and the staff who embrace our guiding principles to help to make mobility possible in the event in amputee he was unable to find a solution for their prosthetic needs. We would encourage them to continue to work with their clinician. Is there are often other options to consider. We're here to help Blackford that amassed a piece of of Shit okay. Yeah he insults shit. No implication that something was solved at the very very beginning of that. Because look it's the Internet. Most people are not gonna read past the first like paragraph. They're not going to read all the way down and realize allies. What would a pile of steaming shit this is? They're going to say oh. Something wasn't solved at the beginning. But now and because the way it's phrased this assume assume it was later solved now Erin tell me hasn't been solved now no fact I have no idea what I'm GonNa do now now. I have no idea because now it feels morally objectionable for me to move forward with any of blackbirds products. Um So I'm considering foot by another manufacturer called freedom which my previous prostitutes is advising me against. Oh so because they were at the original with the patent on the hydraulic foot. Latchford was so freedom. Came second and apparently the action and the foot is slightly different and a little less intuitive. Oh and the reliability is even worse than Blackford and and they don't sell the carrier unit in the foot as one piece so there would be an added expense and they don't warranty the carrier unit for his long so it would certainly be a more expensive and probably less satisfactory experience for me which is really frightening now. Do I swallow my pride. It's a lot to swallow and and give Blackford another twenty thousand dollars for two new feet or do I try something else and so there's no other not really not for my particular. Take your amputation. There are other hydraulic products. But I would have to get significantly taller aware them. Because they're they're not low profile of their met for someone who has an amputation between the knee and the ankle but higher up so yes so I've got two options. Now I can look at another foot. That doesn't have the hydraulics. But I've grown very accustomed to the hydraulics so anticipation of maybe not having hydraulics. I put on a pair of my old old feet just the other day and I felt felt like the robot. Walking around my house was so uncomfortable. My stride was unpredictable. in it and I- tired you know had to put more effort into walking. It makes him more tired. So it's not a pleasant thought to go that route so I quite frankly have no idea what I'm going to do. Okay well Aaron when I'm going to ask of my listeners. And if anybody who comes across this this particular interview is let's get in touch with Latchford and let them know how upset we are with this particular situation that this isn't right this. This is more. I don't think morally right. Ethically ethically or morally right. It's this is not something you do to another human being. You don't hold their their wellbeing hostage and and that seems to be what they're doing here now if there is another prosthetics manufacturer out there who wants to get in touch with Erin would you be all right with me providing a contact for that in any way they can contact me and then and then I can contact us that would that be all right with you. Erin yes happily and I don't know what I don't know great and I'm interested in trying anything of course I'd like to keep my standard with the ankle. Motion intact that. I don't know what kind of products folks are out there right now. Thank you so much. I realized that yes. We had some wrong. You didn't understand how to store and process the feet beat but I think that the greater wrong here is definitely BLANCHARD's way of handling their customer. Look I work for a manufacturer currently in my my job that pays for being able to podcast and we work with distributors who then have end users. Those end users are or as important to us as distributors. Because without them. We don't have a business. I mean even if you look at what the situation that you're in right now don't as in that way. What are they thinking? This is not a good business decision to say. Hey we're just going to treat at this end user like Oh this little girl joust needs to shut up and pay us because that's what it sounds like they're saying to do but this is the whole industry three. Does the whole durable medical equipment. Industry treats upper one like this people with c-pap machines. They don't get those repaired paired and they're incredibly expensive. I had people reach out to me with hearing AIDS when they fail inside of their insurance period that they don't get replace. They just can't here but it's all durable medical equipment. It's all incredibly expensive. It's difficult to get your insurance to pay for it in the first place and if you have a failure you have no path of action to get it repaired so now people are going out in taking apart their CPAP machines trying to replace power buttons. Hoping they don't smother themselves to death in the middle of the night I guess to us but that's what's happening. I've had several people reach out to me talking about Finding a maker space due to work on feet. I've had someone reach out to me talking about wheelchairs. They're making open source. Wheelchairs a power wheelchairs. You know there's a lot of people doing a lot of cool things out there right now trying to solve this problem because it is a big problem. Don't have the right to repair. We don't have. We don't own the intellectual property and the people who do own the intellectual property don't feel compelled to actually do a lot of good with it. Something that was really telling to me was I was stalking some of the people that I interacted with Blackford on Lincoln and they're a VP of sales. His entire profile doesn't mention caring for people at all. It's simply his his sales results. It sure you need to sell things but if you take care of people the sales will come because let's face it your in your customers. Your clients need what you have and talk to other people in my my ron or am I right on that one I do. Yeah especially now at the advent of the Internet. I mean Huh. Word travels quickly. Oh Man Aaron I'm GonNa be following up with you. I'm okay really appreciate you doing this. We gotta do something. So if there's anybody who knows something that I mean I i. I'm a chick with with a microphone. I'm just trying to get the word out here about what's going on about what is wrong and you know I mean yeah. I've been wrong before and usually one of these. These episodes is about me saying hey I was wrong. I didn't think of it this way and now I'm thinking I don't think I'm wrong here. I think this is a immoral and ethical conundrum You should be able to live a normal life. You're not saying please give it to be free. You're saying I'll pay for it so Erin. If there's anybody out there who can give us a hand share it and get it moving around on that. I think it's great. I really appreciate you amplifying my voice. I'm so thankful thank you you're welcome..
"acitivists" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
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"acitivists" Discussed on Amanpour
"We don't have a border at the moment virtually its invisible the we are told by would we can have a digital border that's a load of that's ludicrous up because all along the border sentiment and worries run deep the river that that's the border and running right across it vis road up there northern ireland just down the road there the republic of ireland not a border control site has just the way people here want to keep in bill in northern ireland memories of the 30year conflict and the border controls it came with it still fresh didn't like having to clinch customs posts and been searched so we wanted to prevent at acitivists now with no customs just over the river in the republic of ireland the same fears a approach brexit leaving border controls could mean big bills or a video runs a haulage company that's going to cost unbelievable money and tell him with and in the hall if business tame affair fools mcritchie is also a councillor for the republic's ruling party is frustrated with english politics colder the people in the public didn't vote for this this have been heaped on top was the paper northern ireland didn't vote for either if we need them he you officials have vowed to minimise the impact to brexit on island but if demanded britian cut a deal that doesn't impact the fragile peace process in northern ireland the balances probritish and pro irish tensions back in the north farmer derek thornton voted against brexit is a pool that political incompetence in london i never in it on the fans garard on the shift has hit the financial down nearly his family of farm tear for five generations and sees changes coming the they would have feared.