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"dulcie" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"Hadn't been there just days before Benowitz became fully convinced that there was a base beneath the Mesa and that the air force had no part of it. He began referring to it as Dulcie base named after the nearby town. Benowitz also kept his old friend officer Val, Dez informed about his reconnaissance missions. Thrilled, by the breakthrough Valdez arranged for local news crew to capture aerial footage of the dulcie. Base. Benowitz even joined Valdez and the reporters as guide. However midway through their trip three. Black Hawk helicopters came roaring over the pines they quickly closed in on the news chopper recognizing the Blackhawks has military Valdez told the crew to turn back. Despite their retreat Blackhawks chased the news chopper all the way back to the heliport landing. At that point armed soldiers stepped out of the helicopters and formed a wall. Officer Valdez recognize them as Delta Force the army's Special Operations Unit. But this was his jurisdiction and he wanted answers why was a special OPS unit chasing civilians desert? In response soldiers raise their weapons and took aim. The commander told Valdez this was his one and warning to back off. Terrified Valdez gave in. Afterwards Valdez and Benowitz. Found on that Mesa. But both of them agreed that it was clearly something the military did not want them to see. It's not clear whether these soldiers and blackhawks were also hired by doty to misinform Benowitz or if they were actually protecting something of value. Either Way Benowitz was confident that the Dulcie base with some sort of alien complex and the appearance of the Blackhawks.
"dulcie" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?
"Well. So I mean, I love the Dulcie calls it out for what it is fucking crazy to show to someone's house in demand a job. She's so good and like the party I I knew she was about to grab the night before she did it just the look in her eyes I was like, yes, you know yeah she was recalling those strawberries she was just shopping and was like I need. I, need what I chop them with like I saw that move as well I'm proud of her although I will say she does not really seemingly. Take note of the fact that she never got her key back. That's of course, not going to be the problem but she doesn't get her key back and you know I don't know, I'd there's something about the scene that really set me up for just how how Lindy interacts with the world and it was something kind of bone chilling for me because I feel like there really are people out there. That are as unaware of Lindy about like what's wrong with them and I don't mean like the crazy the way don't get in their way because they just look at you as someone who's in their way. Yeah. It's like just a certain type of repressed individual where there's something going on there and whatever you're having a conversation about like there's another motive in their head they have some of their wheel turning in their. Head although from this exchange, I will say I don't know if I had a meeting with these two ladies I probably would think Dulcie was more elitist. If being perfectly honest based off the conversations we saw them have and the way that just went down at the door I feel like dulcie is a very a proud woman and she is very proud of what she has and she likes her things which her. Thing. You know. Yeah. But she I mean it's it's interesting that that what? Kayla's take away from that meeting was was that Lindy. was more elitist. It was her fancy dress that the kid commented on like. Maybe. Yeah was probably it would probably was that but close minded I when I saw white dress in her standing and Dulcie his house without white dress I. It was really striking and I was like Omg it's about to be covered in blood. It's about to be covered in blood I thought it was going to be candy thought they were going to do the thing and they totally didn't like where they just too cheap to ruin the dress or what is it like what? Probably I probably was a rent, the runway situation, but also you kind of get like the nerve of Lindy as well because in the time that she sort of let herself in through the back door with the key that was under the gnome she's also taken her coat off and I don't know how she did it like how she put her her coat down on the couch and then snuck into the kitchen. Injust her white dress in all fairness the white dress is slamming. It would have been a waste of the rental feed not show that dress on cameras so I'm glad they did that but we in my notes in says Oh, she's in your house and hot. Totally like I. Yeah. That's a combo to look out for so. Yes she you know. I don't I don't know So dulcie locks, the door behind her lindy picks up the yard gnome Minin sneaks into the open door I. Guess, I don't know what? I don't know that necessarily. Oh. Yes. She opens the door the front door up and she walks up on Dulcie and she slams her head end with this garden gnome and then she had the dog she pets share who has while she's holding this blood-soaked nome. So then Kayla Carey Jason are eating breakfast the next morning it's scrambled eggs and pancakes and fruit because in movies these families have time to do all that and when Kayla she gets a text from Dulcie saying that she's unavailable and carries really excited about that because now it means she can hire Lindy Kayla said she's GonNa try to have her come over after school the next day. So Carey is just so excited to see Lindy at her house. She was like I can't believe. I'm here Carey. explained she's a sophomore and she's the last in her class to turn sixteen in Lindy says that she was a dancer and then carries like on the drill team Lindy says. That she wants to swing by her practice sometime and see how dances changed and she was in school. I feel like you can watch a DVD and accomplish like youtube like what are you doing? Where on the Internet? It's also that interest in people's life where I'm like you can't. I mean in this movie, they are that stupid. But like in real life if someone you just show up to school and watch kids do stuff they're not like that's not how it works. Right, now, even just to say like Oh like as if that's normal like now, she's a part of their life and she's just going to show up that always makes me feel like people have other intentions like those people that you know you don't know that well, and then are like Oh help you move it's like. What do you really want? Do you want because I'm horrible with boundaries so it's really easy for me to let that slide but then but now, I'm just like as as an adult I'm like, okay those are red flags like no one should be interested in helping you do anything unless they're. Close to you. But I definitely liked to think like, would I return that same favor like that I find a good gauge because I can also be a little overly giving so when I'm Like. Really Awestruck by someone's desire to go over the top for me I have to think to myself. Wait a minute like what's the RUB here? What's going to happen to me if I say yesterday's so you know basically Lindy. has this chance now to inquire about how old her mom is in when she had her and carrying bigger? Oh, you can't just ask people questions like that. That's so weird right and like you know so much of this movie is so frustrating to me because I'm literally like this girl is fifteen and what is so Like just upsetting about all of this is like you know if if she was even eighteen and she fell in with this party planner and like got super close to her that would be one thing but she's fifteen years old like she has Wendy's only getting away with this because this girl has no idea how to navigate the world yet and it's very like predatory. It just it. It kind of like was frustrating for me when I was watching it I was like these people shouldn't be together like they should this the Kayla should never let these to hang out alone. It's just weird. As someone who has like divorced parents and kind of only really raised by one parent it's kind of dislike. What it must just be the sheltered thing like you have to good parents from home you're just completely oblivious to the evils of the world or something like totally. But like also do you feel because I my experience being from a single parent? People were more willing. I felt till like helped me out because they thought, oh, her mom needs help like you know what I mean I feel like adults were more willing to help me out like my mom's friends offering till I take me places or whatever. Oh. Yeah. Definitely. Some of that I. Guess I'm kind of just like I. I've always been kind of an asshole I guess maybe even as a child I was kind of area independent and headstrong and never really needed or wanted help so. Yeah. Well. Okay. So Lindy brought like a book of pictures for carried to look at of ideas that she has for her party and one thing that Kerry cannot believe is that Lindy chose her favorite color till like how we Linde possibly know that -til is her favorite color and she's like, Oh, I also just love the color teal so That's genetic or whatever. Yeah, exactly. That's a that's a genetic trait. So then she.
"dulcie" Discussed on Lush Life
"High clay, where he was taking film crews out during low tide to harvest seaweed, so we think about seaweed as like a noory covering on the outside of our role, our Sushi roll, but he was like with Kelp Dulcie and you know all. He identified like thirteen different types of edible seaweed in that went into his. You know daily Menus that they were also writing on a day-to-day basis so his. His his pallet, and his understanding of how to our create storytelling with ingredients, and how to bring it together for a chef's Palette to be innovative, rather than making something like L. Extract. Why don't we take this opportunity to make something even greater? We connected on like a serious. Intellectual Level he was talking about flavor, and he was happy as the other thing, too like sometimes, chefs are like within the intensity of their creativity lies the underpinning of their emotional problems. and. Our tenders have that too, and so for me. It was like okay. I'm really excited about these flavors, but I also don't know what to do when you start crying. Like what do I do? Was! Jonathan was incredibly. Well adjusted I suppose to the to the trials and tribulations of working in the industry and. Yeah! Yeah and then, and then I met all of his friends, and they were all the same like. Where have you been all my life? Like.
Jack Dorsey: super influencer or troubled soul?
"Twitter. Chief Jack Dorsey has been hailed by Silicon Valley acolytes his personal fitness regime, but others question, whether he really merits, the role of a wellness guru Horatio Harrod discusses whether the Dulcie regime is worth emulating and what might be motivating his ascetic lifestyle with Joe Ellison. So obviously, for most of the people listening, Jack doesn't really need much of an introduction, 'cause he cofounded Twitter and the mobile payments company square. But why are you writing about him to in your recent column? I was writing about Jack Dorsey on the basis of the fact that he's been held as a super influenced by his Silicon Valley tribe of acolytes, and there was a big profile, I think, in the New York Times, but also kind of increasingly on other platforms, sort of hailing, his wellness regime in and also talking about the fact that he has become, you know, this character who has the same sort of power and influence as Gwyneth Paltrow, who we all know founded the wellness and pug, oop. So I thought he was an interesting person to look out because it just struck me that a lot of his advice seemed quite extreme, and I thought it was interesting that, if you're looking at it on the basis of gender. A man who comes up with a ten point plan includes extreme fall staying and depriving yourself of low of things should be seen as a kind of heroic manly endeavor of self discovery. But if it was a woman should be just discussed as kind of bats. I mean you know that. Well, don't you because when you interviewed Gwyneth Paltrow, flinch FT early this year. You know, you've got a few comments accusing her of being a sort of snake oil, saleswoman, very different sort of response to her wellness tips and stuff. She puts on group. I mean, I think generally anything where a woman is advocating healthy practice, or some sort of tree hit. But all, you know as someone who works in fashion, where I think, beauty and style, a very much of wrapped up in the same topic. There's a real hostility towards a lot of people advocating an extreme lifestyle pan and Gwyneth got a huge amount of very, very, very hostile Comanche under the. Which I did. And they really, really resented, her advocating anything radio, she they just thought she was crackers and also the other thing, which I thought was interesting as, as an actress, what does she know about this cheat doesn't have the right? Whereas Dulcie, who is to intensive his attack onto knows less than nothing also. But for some reason when he tells everybody he gets up at five am and jumps into freezing cold ball. It seems perfectly acceptable, and it was just us of weird guru status immense seem to have without any founding qualification whatsoever. Seems to be especially the dudes of Silicon Valley. They get away with quite a lot of what in if it were more of a female lifestyle context, would be seen as either very silly and frivolous poorly informed. That seems to be like people are in thrall to men with money and power. And I think that can just tip into a much broader kind of relation where it doesn't seem to matter what they do. I mean, if he suddenly sti- peg football, he probably be a brilliant, footballer. It's a kind of seduction. I mean there. Fan, boys. I mean, I know the west coast of America is oversee worth fatty diets sort of guy, an those long long decades on history of slightly with mystical, kind of quays. I religious of practice goes on. But I think that particularly now these tech gurus of merge, these tech leaders ever merged increasingly focused on how to make you a better person rather than there are about how to make a much let letting leads money because that seems to be what is actually very good. His voice loan, what new up and coming company. Would you invest in bitcoin? Awesome. You know, about the virtues of journaling, which is a fourteen year old, that's one of his eleven wellness tips or infrared, saunas. And why should an infrared bow, but your desk, minutes, all such hokum as well? I mean some of these things have got a modicum of medical evidence to support them in their favor. But lots of them are completely groundless. I mean, I have no idea whether there's any academic study that suggests that drinking salt juice. Use as he calls it, which is, I think lemon Himalayan salt water, which distributes in his Twitter offsets globally will do any tool or just make vomit. But the idea that someone could implement this in their offices, and everyone thinks this is a great idea, and not just say you're crackers, just seems I it just seems like typical of the gender gender-bias. We have, but people listen, calm being kind of a rabid feminist about these things, but I really feel as though people are inherently quite naive and the other thing about Jack Dorsey regimen, which I think, for me was particularly poignant is that in reading about it, the first thing I thought, when I was reading through the specifics of what he does his seven-minute high intensity workout his five mile walk toward that takes him an hour and a half. It's freezing cold buff, that all very self controlled, and quite punishing behavior, especially the fasting when she does from Friday until Sunday. So this, actually, it was very reminiscent of the sort of schedule. You might read over anorexic, who is in care, like a young girl. And if. She was exhibiting these behaviors you'd be genuinely quite concerned about her. It certainly thinks she was or he was putting too much pressure on themselves. And that was the other thing that just struck me as that anorexia or he's got an eating disorder. This is not healthy and you would Li certainly from the New York Times, piece, anecdotally, it seems that all of the things that he's recommending the infrared, Sooners the era sleep tracker which Prince Harry also were supposedly sales have skyrocketed since he mentioned them. So it seems like people really, really buy it. People just have a very different attitude intensive influence. I mean, going to culture can also shift, you know, she shifted courts eggs, which I think there was sexual healing eggs, or something she did get sued and had to pay a fine for claiming so but subsequently the sales of it still continue to rise. So she similarly has the power to create a bit of Rudra around a product with really, really sort of GPS values, but I think the something about that very powerful. Male leader who does the Ted talk. They take on this woman slight respite and like reputation. I mean, I think, historically, there have been people who held as kind of positions. I just think it's interesting that the most recent incarnation is this forty two year old tech entrepreneur and the other thing that we noticed today is that I think as of last year, he had a twenty three or girlfriend who was a Sports Illustrated model. And actually, when you think about it like that, he's just go having a kind of crushing midlife crisis was that was that was the conclusion, we did a lifespan the dramatic weight loss kind of obsession with physical appearance like the long kind of bid, the disguises bits of your face is so Mangone. This is this isn't about wellness is just about wanting to make an hot next year. Much, much younger more attractive girlfriend. But there was it was. So another point I think you made in your column, which was the, you know, he doesn't look and this is going to sound very sort of code psychology just doesn't look very happy. But it's interesting, do you think? There's a kind of elements of an incredibly wealthy successful porno kind of doing penance for either being successful, particularly being successful with Twitter because it's become oversee a platform that so controversial, and people took about him as basically make you fortune from helping to propagate hate speech, or allowing hate speech to ferment on his platform. I think if I was a hang at him as I called psychologist, which is what will like to do try and analyze what's going on? He doesn't look to me, like a person who is slightly enveloped in kind of shame buys person. You know, he looks almost unrecognizable he wears closed that swallow him. He has this huge curtain of hair across most of his face. And whereas it beanie hat and he does look sort of haunted. He sending doesn't let like a guy living as best life, and I like to think that some of that is possibly a physical manifestation of his unease around the thing that he's created. And I think, you know, social media Twitter, Facebook. Have had this extraordinary ROY of late where they're being they're being held up Jack Dorsey and his like a big held up for the world's ills and I think his strange retreat into this quasar religious slightly remote isolated status. It just doesn't reflect a very healthy mindset to me. I think he seems a bit like a man in retreat.
"dulcie" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Right aqua. Dulcie Sigler continues all lanes of the north fourteen are closed until further notice a little south of Escondido canyon road, while the coroner investigates the deadly result of a wrong way driver. It was he was headed south on the northbound fourteen collided with another vehicle in the HOV lane. Just a horrific crash. Again, CHP is diverting traffic off at Agua Dulce canyon road that works fine. You might also want to get off and Soledad canyon and follow that into act- in. You could. Take the fork at crown valley and take that up to the fourteen or continue a little further north of the fourteen and stay on sold. Ed in commerce five South Sea HP's on the scene about to run a break near slauson to get a chair out of the fast lane. Sick Libya is happening today in downtown Los Angeles, the one ten north and south you cannot exit sixth through ninth streets. The one zero one south is slow lane is coned off from Vermont Silverlake, and you lose all those off-ramps and the right turn lane of the vine exited. The one one south is closed as well. The surface streets that are closed starting at the one on one vine to Melrose to western to Wilshire and then into downtown, Los Angeles and grand that those are your streets that no motorized vehicles are allowed and on the bridge demolition in fountain valley on four zero five both directions of the four. Oh, five are open. Now, they've completed their work for the day. They'll come back another day. Your next report is at seven forty five. I'm Phil Hulett with more traffic reports..
"dulcie" Discussed on KNSS
"There's so many asked this past this because as a kid I grew up in a Catholic household, and of course, when you're younger, and yeah, it was catechism is an all these different things. And and you hear that which is either. Well, they're they're in league with the devil. Which of course, I found I found is far from the truth. But there's so many misconceptions. When you talk with somebody who who really really has no idea about witchcraft and other things religions tends to push negatively towards it. When it's really not a negative negative thing by any means, right? And I think that that's exactly it. But you know, the idea that the witches in you know, in the league with the devil that one is so big. I really feel like it's in like our collective unconscious because in fairy tales of stealing movies still. So so if you know that idea that witchcraft is evil, even people that are practicing witchcraft, they still have hang up sometimes with calling themselves a witch because they from childhood they have this idea that Ellison is I call myself a witch then it's all over. And I told my soul. So yeah, that's probably the biggest misconception when most which is don't even believe in the devil. Forcing time. Anytime you hear of a witch. The I I thought you're thinking about is the whole Snow White thing the big nose or the wizard of Oz. The big nose big chin. Really scary looking which automatically gives that impression of negativity. And so you know, that that I always feel like if something interesting to explore the witches paying that like ugly hag that lives in the way. That's throwing throwing the eye of Newt into the the big cattle. Other things, and it's crazy. Let me just ask maybe take a not to use a bad pun here. We play devil's advocate for a little back. Is it a misconception in what we're talking about here with these different definitions, or is it simply a different definition. For example, is the church's definition of a witch someone who consorts with the devil that is their definition. I believe doesn't make it. Right. Doesn't mean. It's true. But I'm just saying isn't that their definition of it? Yeah. Yeah. I think so I don't know that they care about us so much anymore. But yeah, my my understanding was that. And I I don't know for sure that this is true. But I was always told that in the when King James came out with the campaign with version of the bible that I says thou shalt not suffer which to live that he just kinda threw that in there because he was mad at his the president castle. Pitch. Wouldn't let him go to war. Went to war any laws. So, you know, the the hammer of witches that was written in with Newsday and all of the European witch hunts that you know, all of that is based on that one verse. And so, you know, maybe it wasn't even real and and was which King James with that really just psychic. So. Yeah, there's there's lots of controversies. It's it's pretty striking amazing to me. There are so many things in our culture that we take for granted in except as some written or unwritten law somewhere along the way that was the whim of a monarch or some other or or clergyman along the way who just decided it was going to be so and we've just accepted sense, you know, for for for thousand years or whatever it's been right. Yeah. Yeah. And hundreds of thousands of people die. With upset. Right. It's an amazing stuff. We're talking with Daniel Dulcie, by the way, visit her website. It's her name Daniel Dulcie dot com. We're gonna take a break and just a couple of minutes here Daniel, but before we do, I know if people go to your website, you have a whole bunch of stuff there. There's there's because you're involved in a lot of things in other some yoga stuff, there's classes just give a quick rundown on what people can find if they go to your website. Yeah. So there's I do offer trainings. And there's some online offerings also and a lot of links to articles that I've written and interviews and all of that stuff. And it's all right there on the website again. It's your Daniel Dulcie dot com. All right. Let's take a break when we come back and continue our conversation..
"dulcie" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM
"And joining us now is Dulcie linebackers a found a pass blue for which he edits and writes, it covers primarily the United Nations west African peacekeeping operations and women's issues and previously. She wasn't editor for the coalition for the UN convention against corruption. And was the publication's director of the United Nations Association of the United States of America and wasn't editor at the New York Times for more than twenty years. Welcome to background briefing. Chelsea linebacker. Thank you. And you have best spent the day at the UN as has President Trump. He addressed the general assembly today, he told the general assembly, essentially, the gathering of all the world leaders that he was paraphrasing the greatest president ever. He's to America around just in two years where he's made America. Great again. And he was greeted as he boasted. In this embarrassingly narcissistic way it was greeted by mocking laughter from literally the representatives of the rest of the world. So how did it strike you? You're an American citizen. He's represents you. He represents me. He represents all of this. How do you feel pretty embarrassing sort of stunning because it when it happened? We all sort of looked up each other in the correspondence area, we thought did that really happen. And then we look over the notes later, and we all confirmed it did happen even the US mission to the UN in sending out Trump's speech or bathe him had had that actual episode. But they they put they even putting parental last year and then Trump's remark to that last year, and then they put in Iran's laughter and applause, but I was just talking to my reporter. And we we actually don't think there was applause. But if the if there was applause, it was meant. Freedom for state laughed here. And the whole ridiculousness of what Trump said so. As someone said that the joke was on Trump, and we're not sure he she got it. But it was sort of amazing to see the world laughing at America. But this is what it this is what we're we're up against right now. And I've never seen the UN reactor. So this really to an American president this way in such a public setting. It was stunning. So. It it never ceases to amaze us what? But he says at the UN and his his other cabinet members as well including Nikki Haley. Well, she's been a fairly reliable sycophant has has fun peyot. But the one person who came out swinging today at the UN was John Bolton he really went over the top attacking Iran saying they have hell to pay and accusing them. Well, he's almost like a gunfighter at the K corral. You know, he said if you cross our allies or our partners, if you HAMAs citizens if you continue to lie, cheat and deceive us there will indeed be hell to pay. Does anybody know what he's talking about? Well, I guess they is it the streets of hormone spent Iran could extensively block passage has, you know, the waterways they're talking. I I don't know when Bolton actually said this. But maybe was before the president ever ranch spoke which was trip early this afternoon. You know, it's unclear what what Putin is talking about. But this is, you know, this is rhetoric they love to tossed out, and and sort of create this fear monkey fearmongering. So it's just all matter of mongering. But our theory, basically about the whole speechmaking by Trump and today and even yesterday, he led a global meeting on the crisis in the world, did this is all pandering to the American audience and before the midterm elections. So that's our our take on all these speeches that they're just trying to reinforce that Trump's America first agenda when they're out the UN because there's a lot of this being broadcast. So the whole idea is to make sure that the American electorate is listening, and what they hear is that Trump has, you know, basically made America, not only great, but super great. So that's what this making Savell Dulcie linebacker when you talk about the American audience how much of America. I mean you and I both embarrassed. And I think a lot of people in basketball what happened to that. The United States was laughed at because it has such a buffoon and investment as a president, obviously within his base that's not happening..
"dulcie" Discussed on KNSS
"Reality radio with Jason Hawes JV Johnson. Thanks for being here everyone. We appreciate you taking this ride with us every night. And if you do this as a download later on we welcome you to but you should try to join the program lives. She can participate in phone calls and our chat room all the stuff that we've got going on during the live program and makes it extra rich experience will and also after it's live, and we're able to edit out are dumb mistake. And so you're able to hear them firsthand while while listening all the mistakes. Hi to that point. So tonight, we're talking with Daniel Dulcie and Daniel is a witch in an author who knew her new book is called the holy wild a heathen bible for the untamed woman. Danielle again, thanks for being here. Let's talk about the. Witchcraft part of what you do. Because there's again, it just as there are so many definitions of which there are a lot of definitions of witchcraft, and and what the source is. And what the power is. And what the what the purpose is in the witch crash craft that you practice. What are the answers to all those points? So the witchcraft that I practice is very much linked to low care. So so the seasons, and you know, in witchcraft we would call them the Sabbath, which are like the the equinoxes and the the solstices and would be the in New England. On and dark MO. So so those kind of. Those points and nature that are pre existing. They're already bear those are kind of the touchstones for witchcraft so when I when I do work magic. So there's a difference between spell craft magic. And then ritual so ritual would be like honoring those different Sabbath and s and then magic or spell craft is kind of as needed, but it's also working with the lunar cycle, depending on the kind of magic that you're doing if that makes sense. So it's like manifestation magic like I'm trying to create something or invoke something for myself dot would be during a waxing moon. So in between the new moon and the full moon get some kind of like banishing magic or protection magic. And that would be between the full moon and the dark man while the minutes waning. So so mind, witchcraft is very much informed by all of those things and that way, it's kind of simple. And another which would tell you something different. But but but I'll always we do try to work with solar and lunar cycles as much as possible. How important is the energy from the moon versus the sun? Or is it the same? Yeah. So for me, it's kind of equal. The the moon is just you know, that's where the mystery is. Right. So we have the solar holiday very much in our face all the time. But the moon, you know, for me the phone line, which we just had a phone line a couple of days ago. So that's kind of. If you can if you can link up the equinoxes with like just happened this past weekend. That's awesome. So when those those cycle kind of overlap that the real magic and happen. What are the other things that you talk about in your books in on your website is the power of the wild feminine tell us what that is. Right. So so wild like I said before it's just, you know, this kinship with nature and also an and so recognizing that our kinship with nature means that we are primal. And so our bodies and our emotions and our sensuality in those parts of ourselves and sounds that are very divorced from spirituality and a lot of religious systems and witchcraft they're really important. So the body being holy emotions being wholly sensuality being holy. So all of those are aspects of the wild feminine that are kind of socially denigrated, but but then particular denigrated and certain religious system. So in witchcraft we try to harvest those those aspects of ourselves in that news them in order to create the the lives that we want and support the world that we help the children of. Future will live at Daniel. Tell me what what's the biggest misconception from Catholicism for towards pretty much witchcraft and that whole religion. There's so many. And I asked this this because as a kid I grew up in a Catholic household, and of course, when you're younger, and I was in catechism, I was all these different things. And and you hear that which is either. Well, they're they're in league with the devil. Which of course, I found I found is far from the truth. But there's so many misconceptions when you talk with somebody who really really has no idea about witchcraft and other things religions tends to push negatively towards it. When it's really not a negative negative thing by any means, right? And I think that that's exactly yeah. But you know, the idea that the which is in you know, in the league with the devil that one is so big. I really feel like in like our collective unconscious because in fairy tales of stealing movies still. So so the idea that witchcraft is evil. Even people that are practicing witchcraft they still have hang up sometimes with calling themselves a witch because they from childhood they have this idea that Ellison is I call myself a witch then it's all over. Then I told my soul. So yeah, that's probably the biggest misconception when most which is don't even believe in the devil. Anytime anytime, you hear of a witch the first, and I thought you didn't thinking about is the whole Snow White thing the big nose or the wizard of Oz. The big nose big chin. Really scary looking vigil which automatically gives it impression of negativity. Yeah. Right. There's something interesting about that too though. Right. Because it's like, you know, that idea like ugly, ugly woman, and it is these aspects that are really feminine not female feminine that have been cast into the dark and called bad. So you know, that that I always feel like it's something interesting to explore the witches that like ugly. Hey, but listen, let's throwing throwing the eye of the Newt into the the big cattle. Other things, and it's crazy. Let me just ask maybe take a not to use a bad pun here. We play devil's advocate for a little bit. Is it a misconception in what we're talking about here with these different definitions, or is it simply a different definition. For example, is the church's definition of a witch someone who consorts with the devil that is their definition. I believe doesn't make it. Right. Doesn't mean. It's true. But I'm just saying isn't that their definition of it? Yeah. Yeah. I think so I don't know that they care about us so much anymore. But yeah, my my understanding was that. And I I don't know for sure that this is true. But I was always told that in the when King James came out with the campaign with version of the bible that I and says thou shalt not suffer which to live that he just kind of food that in there because he was mad at his residence castle. Pitch. Wouldn't let him go to war. So, you know, the the hammer of witches that was written in with the European which has that you know, all of that is based on that one verse. And so, you know, maybe it wasn't even real. And and was which for King James was that really just psychic. Oh, yeah. There's there's lots of controversies. It's it's pretty striking an amazing to me. There are so many things in our culture that we take for granted in except as some written or unwritten law somewhere along the way that was the whim of a monarch or some other or or clergyman along the way who just decided it was going to be so and we've just accepted sense, you know, for for for thousand years or whatever it's been right. Yeah. Yeah. And hundreds of thousands of people die. Right, right. It's an amazing stuff. We're talking with Daniel Dulcie, by the way, visit her website. It's her name. Daniel Dulcie dot com. We're going to take a break and just a couple of minutes here Daniel, but before we do, I know if people go to your website, you have a whole bunch of stuff there. There's there's because you're involved in a lot of things and other some yoga stuff, there's classes just give a quick rundown. What people can find if they go to your website. Yes. So there's I do offer trainings. And there's some online offerings also and a lot of links to articles that I've written and interviews and all of that stuff. And it's all right there on the website again, Daniel dot com. All right. Let's take a break when we come back and continue our conversation. We're going to get into her new book Daniels new book called the holy wild heathen bible for the untamed woman. Are you listening to Jason J V beyond reality radio? We'll be back after this. Did you ever look at the stains in your coffee.
"dulcie" Discussed on KSRO
"Find out why are find out, what find out the basic questions regarding these phenomena Phenomenon pertaining to the UFO topic are you bet well he's now years into the effort, not as many years with needs but years certainly under the. Effort and he has not thrown up his hands and said I'm wasting my money there's really nothing here he's still at it so that must say something Yes I think, it does it say it says a. Lot for his stamina because there's nobody is. Fooling, fooling, anybody that this these. Questions are, easy wants to answer, because you know we've had we've had some kind of focus on. These questions at least since the. Mid forties and it's it's it's a series of very very difficult questions while he's still addicts it's obviously not been answered in the negative no no there's there's. Always been I think even since nitsa started there's been a continuous flow of of cases? And, and research projects we started off, as an organization we started off, by deploying, personnel on equipment up in northern Utah for literally for years and also in, northern New Mexico for. For the same length. Of time and we. Spent a lot of time Topping the phenomenon. In other words down on the. Ground with with whatever instruments we could deploy with whatever observers we could deploy and then interviewing eye-witnesses in the locality is there a reason by the way for. Utah and New Mexico versus anywhere else Well I I think Utah specially has has a record that is is pretty impressive in terms of a continuous generation after generation theories of sightings. That can. Be mapped all the way back to the nineteen forties. Northern New Mexico along highway eighty four, that would be all the way from Chamma Dulcie all the, way across to Espanola would have the same, kind, of long, history of UFO sightings all right back to the. Fifties caught them cold on from moment we're at, the bottom of the hour and if everybody would. Run and get a pencil and paper. We're,.
"dulcie" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Parts of South. Carolina it's singer-songwriter Dulcie Taylor's home. State she was shocked to see images of people boating down streets where she wants walked I kept hearing people call storms like that thousand years storms just meaning it should be that rare. It made her think about just how long a thousand years is. A thought good grief that's halfway to. Jesus that inspired her to write a new song called halfway to Jesus it describes the extreme weather events growing more common with climate change. The song also encourages people to. Act I think music can reach a lot of people sometimes just cold hard facts Climate connections is produced by the center for environmental. Communication Marin more at, Yale climate, connections dot, org Your money on WGN Asian stock markets edged higher this morning after Wall Street street gained, on strengthen technology and retail shares the s. and p. five hundred closed at a new record yesterday but the game was less than a point closing at twenty eight ninety seven shoe retailer DSW surged almost twenty percent after. Reporting stronger-than-expected results futures are flat to negative this morning as we. Head to the opening bell Mexico's foreign minister, is again insisting his country will never pay for President Trump's. Long promised border wall president said yesterday, his stalled wall will be paid for very easily by Mexico the. Foreign minister of Mexico ever says there is no way ever that Mexico will pay for the wall this after the two countries say they've reached. An understanding on trade still waiting for Canada to sign. Onto what could be a replacement to NAFTA now WGN traffic. With Mary Vandevelde traffic, sponsored by, plumbers nine One one dot com mess on the roads, with the rain the inbound.
"dulcie" Discussed on KTRH
"And the top story this hour well yes a protest guide for the national. Anthem before football games being discussed by one Texas school district and here's KTAR Saunders yeah it's Fort Worth. ISD considering it and they told us that no decision had been made as of yet closer to home though Katie football coach. Gary Joseph says he's has plays you can't stand for the anthem to. Stay in the dressing room our coaches have done a great. Job of educating our kids about respect. For the flag and we haven't had a. Whole lot of problems or a whole lot of kid. Address this past Ronnie mitchum in Crosby made news last year when as a coach he kicked, two of, his players off of his, team for kneeling he told us, schools in the district should set Policy program could set. That standard ours was made very. Clear to our players they knew exactly what the punishment would be noted that we had rules set in place Joseph says, when it comes to this. He preaches tradition what people have done for you, in. A past and how it leads to what you have in the future and what you have right now so yeah it's a big thing with with. Respect, h., i. s. d. telling KTAR h there's no change in their policy from last year so kids, who do protest in kneel, during the anthem do not face. Punishment here's the thing their kids right these are now Dulcie Caesar kids you do whatever, the policy is the, coaches, policy or, you don't play. Okay you're one of those who says they should be punished well. If that's what the coach decides that they're going to do if the coach wants to, have a different policy that's fine then you gotta then you can take your grief to the coach h. i. s. d. says kids who protests will not be punished, that's their school policy what do you think that's what we're asking. You today go to KTAR h. dot com sound Off on our Facebook page President Trump meantime. Criticizing, ESPN for not airing the national anthem before Monday night football, games the sports network recently announced it would stop, airing the. National anthem because. Some NFL players have been kneeling to protest racial injustice and the audience doesn't, like seeing it Trump's slammed the sports. Network during a rally. In West Virginia saying that he SPN had decided not? To defend our anthem and our. Flag We're just. Days, into the fall semester. At LaPorte high school student has been arrested for taking a gun to school police. Say seventeen year old Dante Scott at just Rian rolled at. The school hours before he was spotted flashing the weapon to classmates in the parking lot several students reported the incident to, school administrators. Scott, was arrested it's, a felony charge our news time six thirty four. Well the trials are coming to a conclusion now former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort has been convicted. Of eight Bank and tax fraud, charges by Virginia, jury they were unable to reach a decision on ten other counts he. Was charged with failing to report millions of dollars and earned income from consulting work that he did for pro Russian Ukrainian politicians. Now President Trump notes the case has nothing to do with Russian collusion and it came about from the special counsel's investigation into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election but The case against was actually much earlier than. That.
"dulcie" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Party for when you, really get in, trouble Biran Dulcie. Probation whatever that is we can't afford to have a token party what a shame that a few bad apples spoil the time for everyone, by, breaking, the rules, splitter soccer Mike Turner news Portland Oregon the California Supreme Court, foots Monsanto on double secret probation that. Story coming. Up at the bottom. Of, the hour seven twenty five now traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives and, this update sponsored by credit karma here's Chuck Rowe continues in Sirri does. The money one westbound all lanes are shut down. Between valley view and artesia. Boulevard police investigating a car to car shooting there and the traffic is, bumper to bumper from the five so if you're gonna go the freeway alternate route you can. Go northbound five southbound six, oh five back to the ninety, one I will warn you. That, the five northbound will be heavy heading up to about artesia boulevard then it's just pockets of slowing from there up, toward the six five now you're going to go the surface street. Round, here's what I would do I would exit brookhurst and go south not, to lapoma but. To crescent. Which is really much better. Shape if. You're gonna take that over to the six zero five and then just shuffle up, maybe pioneer then, rejoined the six. Zero five at dilemma boulevard now let's go to the Santa Monica freeway eastbound still seeing typical delays from before the four zero five over, toward, the Brea, slow again from Normandy through the one ten in Sylmar. There's a problem it's a stall in lanes here on, the five northbound at the two ten and is a big jam up there on the five northbound and the four. Zero five northbound. Or both jammed from about San. Fernando mission boulevard where they come together there there was a problem earlier in Valencia five northbound at Lyons avenue that, wreck clear lanes northbound sepulveda's before the Getty center the. Earlier vehicle fires still clearing out of lanes traffic, still jammed up there pretty heavily from. Moraga in. A wreck and Irwindale..
"dulcie" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Our. Ninety five approaching bucks county it's jammed. From me road all the way up to St. road where. Tonight is just the left lane getting by the. Overnight roadwork southbound side of ninety five looks gray coming out of bucks county all the way down the Delaware line Schuylkill, expressway still a little bit busy on the westbound side from the. Approach of air avenue to. Divine should expressway, eastbound side of the Schuylkill also a little bit slow from, Montgomery drive to the vine both sides. Of the. Vine just slow with some traffic volume between the Schuylkill expressway, in broad street just not really, a major delay definitely stick with it in university city the ruins. Some paving tonight fortieth street blocked between walnut and spruce and again from spruce the Baltimore avenue so, watch out for the construction there it's supposed to go on until about eleven o'clock this evening so expect. Some delays and detours four seventy six the, blue route the northeast extension and the Pennsylvania turnpike not seeing any major types right now, in the guard State it's forty. Two south slow from? Just south, of the Walt Whitman bridge down the lower landing road. Short traffic their ties you up Ritchie Lancet expressway not seeing any major problems heading towards the shore points Garden State Parkway northbound jammed approaching summers point that's. Construction with the lane restriction down in Morris river or Puerto Elizabeth it's Dulcie drive southbound still jammed lot that short traffic headed that way but there was an earlier accident which had everything shut down so still I think your. Best bet is go route forty nine if he can all the way through takahoti get around that big delay mass transit is still checking out okay from the. TruMark furniture twenty four hour traffic, center were member banking is better banking. I'm Justin tropic begi Justin. That traffic here's your weather I'm CBS three meteorologist Chelsea Ingram it's humid with. Increasing clouds tonight a shower or thunderstorm. Around in a low of seventy three degrees tomorrow mostly cloudy. With scattered showers and storms and a high of. Eighty three on Sunday mostly cloudy with a few showers and thunderstorms possible high of eighty four Monday bringing most Mostly cloudy skies. With scattered showers and storms a high, of eighty four as well Tuesday were humid with sun, and clouds a, shower thunderstorm possible high of eighty five and on Wednesday humid with sunshine and patchy clouds a high. Of eighty eight degrees eyewitness weather updates eight times every hour on KYW. NewsRadio right now here at the broadcast center eighty eight degrees. Under cloudy skies KYW news time seven twenty four Donald Trump thought she was ratings gold on the apprentice and then President Trump took her, to the White House now morosi. Was. Coming out with a, tell all book that paints an unflattering picture of the president. And apparently takes the president. To task. For allegedly being. A racist Omarosa wrote. The book. After spending about a year as, a White House aide without much portfolio she writes that during her time. Came quote growing realization that Donald Trump was indeed a racist bigot enema Sandra Jihadist. End quote the one time popular apprentice contestant also says she had heard of apprentice out Where Mr. Trump used. The n word repeatedly though she did. Not hear them herself the book unhinged due out next week White House press secretary Sarah Sanders replies in a statement instead of telling. The truth about all the good, President Trump and, his administration are doing to make America safe and prosperous this book is riddled with lies and false accusations, Bob Costantini Washington KYW news, time seven twenty five time now for the business report with the numbers here's Jeff Bellinger from Bloomberg stocks fell in Friday. Trading, as a currency crisis and Turkey spooked markets around the world the Dow Jones industrials fell one hundred ninety six points or three quarters of percent to twenty five thousand three thirteen the NASDAQ and the s&p five hundred both fell seven tenths percent the government's. Gauge of retail level inflation the consumer price index rose two tenths percent last month but core CPI which, excludes energy and food, prices was also up two-tenths percent the core CPI was up two point four Percent from, July of last year that was the. Biggest year over year jump in a, decade Ericsson, announced that. Some. Of its mobile networking gear will be built in the US by the end of the year the Swedish technology company says Florida-based Bill will produce its. Product starting in the fourth quarter Ericsson has not. Decided yet, whether it will build its own US factory. Or continue to rely on Djabel I'm Jeff, Bellinger.
"dulcie" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"The longer a pageant for all the things that all the food your mom that comes with a pageant out using we'll talk about that later is also the wildwood police and not gonna get in trouble for what they did to that girl we'll talk about that i never saw this coming and we talked about the transgender bathroom policy you know when he first came in and we wonder how many transgender students are there actually in new jersey and how bad could this be i mean what's the big deal even floated the idea why not just have unisex bathrooms which i still think is a good idea you know just stalls private stalls you go do what you gotta do you get the hell outta but i never thought that the situation would happen where two students one transgendered would go into a bathroom and have sex and it happened and it happened down in the dulcie regional school district and gloucester county and the parents are all up in arms and you know what do you want to do about this what can the school do because the law states the new jersey ins discrimination which applies to transgender students and the state's public schools says a person may not be discriminated against based on gender identity or gender expression came under the law transgender students must be able to use sex segregated restrooms and locker rooms on the basis of their generate gender identity so whatever they identify as is where they get to go problem here is is not a political thing it's non educational thing it's a hormonal thing it's a kid thing you know kids are you know when you have teenage students you know they're discovering themselves they're you know they're growing up and the problem here is you've got a private area where cameras can't go you got a private area where you know teachers don't go and you can have privacy total privacy so what are you doing this situation and they're waiting you know they they go to the you know the parents are up in arms they want to know from the school district you know what are you gonna do about it.
"dulcie" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"The next game exactly like well what do i do now it's the end of may i've got nothing to do in what also made it interesting was game seven was on a wednesday so the day after his thursday and we've got exit interviews players and management coaches and everything and you start recapping the season well they gave us friday off because that was memorial weekend what am i doing what's going on it was down but it's because it's just so sudden and the team had such a good run in the regular season all rounds of the playoffs the ups and downs of the conference final and all of a sudden they're gonna the brakes and you're sitting there with matt salmon he a director of broadcasting and programming for the tampa bay lightning early on in the playoffs when the light and we're playing boston i think was positive new jersey in that guy geo from to bfa and said about michigan and s i mean i know you talked to those guys every day did they did they hear about it and what was the reaction because whenever the lightning make the playoffs every year there's always a sedan likes to attack the broadcast not just the broadcast team but anything off the ice whether it's about a fan of rules or ticket purchasing or whatever but you know i can't speak for davor phil because i you know i didn't really ask them if they paid attention to it by no on pass basis you know dave dave's heard a lot of criticism throughout the years but he's beloved here he's a great guy great broadcaster i've been fortunate to be friends with them ever since he and his wife dulcie moved down here rose at sixteen years ago and phil if you know fill he doesn't care phil will tell you what he thinks i could share with you but there are fcc so i mean they weren't upset about it i was a little more upset about it but you know obviously within reason because you know i mean it's just some guy spouting off about our broadcast people have done it for years what got me though was this guy gio is going if i was in charge of allied fire and i'm sitting there going well i'm in charge of them and i.
"dulcie" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"What about you know what before i'm looking at the clock let's go ahead and take a couple more calls here let's go to danny and alaska danny you're up next on coast i wanted to ask mainly about l dulcie and i was in an incident on the uss ranger in vietnam and i told george about it a couple of months ago but i want to bring it up again tonight with this man here and maybe he knows something about it but it was some kind of uf over there in vietnam where at yankee station this is nineteen seventyone early nineteen seventyone and do nothing at all on radar i didn't see it myself because i was getting some sleep i'm on a catapult crew and i had to get a precious sleep my buddy told me about it he was on the lookout watch tc and he said we had nothing on radar the whole starboard side that ship was lights and question danny what's the question of oh i did see was in healdsburg california and with a lady her husband had originally been with the moon lodge mr spears and we're watching the meteorite shower and there was a large dome light there after an airplane a private plane went across that horizon it took about twenty five thirty minutes for that small plane because we're on top of this mountain is just beautiful up there and we're talking about ufo's as a matter of fact and all of a sudden the left was this huge dome light and he does looked like it was about six or seven times the size of that airplane that airplane was gone we couldn't even see it no more and we're watching white dome late and it just sat there and sacked i we watch it for about eight nine minutes i'd say and then all of a sudden jimmy that they went across the sky that same vermont of sky in about ten seconds yeah i mean yeah dulcie does exist and yeah these crafts do exist and if you see a craft moving a little bit abnormally through sky you know they have their own gravitational field so no one's being affected inside the craft you know they're going to our and making a right hand turn jimmy are you hearing what i'm hearing something weird going on on the line again.
"dulcie" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Elders you know from generation to generation about missing animals mutilated animals missing people like day politis speaks about that type of thing skype people star people and i'm curious have you researched that or do you know people who have researched these oral traditions from the first nation people prior to the european settlers to some degree they revere it it's it's an actual reverence and it's so interesting because back in seventy nine to eighty when i was producing a strange harvest about animal mutilations the crew and i were down in dulcie and alamosa in walson bergen in that area between colorado and you mexico and on one particular day i was scheduled through the police department in dossier to meet with some of the apaches and the idea was that they had reports by several people who had seen a very large it was round disc shaped craft and it was at night and it came down over a cement factory in dulcie and that it was so dramatic and there were multiple eyewitnesses and the idea was that what when this came down they were also having tremendous numbers of animal mutilations at the same time that this craft showed up over this cement factory so the crew and i were waiting with a police officer and somebody came and said that the apaches had had some kind of a meeting and that they decided that they did not want to offend or make angry the what they called the star people that was the phrase they were using when we were there the star people who had to have been connected to this big ufo when i asked the police officer do you have any idea if any of the eye witnesses saw what was the ufo doing was there any interaction with this cement factory and or place in dulcie why would it be hovering over the cement place.
"dulcie" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And i'm curious there prior to the twentieth century there had to be oral traditions stories narratives by the first nation indigenous peoples such as the pie you pursue nation hopi pranab oh stories that are passed down by the elders you know from generation to generation about missing animals mutilated animals missing people like they politis speaks about that type of thing sky people star people and i'm curious have you researched that or do you know people who have researched these oral traditions from the first nation people prior to the european settlers to some degree as i mentioned nd in my report the navajos consider and did consider and they do to this day that mouth blanquita they revere it it's it's an actual reverence and it's so interesting because back in seventy nine to eighty when i was producing strange harvest about animal mutilations the crew and i were down in dulcie and alamosa walson bergen in that area between colorado and you mexico and on one particular day i was scheduled through the police department in dossier to meet with some of the apaches and the idea was that they had reports by several people who had seen a very large it was round disc shaped craft and it was at night and came down over a cement factory in dulcie and that it was so dramatic and there were multiple eyewitnesses and the idea was that what when this came down they were also having tremendous numbers of animal mutilations at the same time that this craft showed up over this cement factory so the crew and i were waiting with a police officer and somebody came and said that the apaches had had some kind of a meeting and that they decided that they did not want to offend or make angry the what they called the star people that was the phrase they were using when we were there the star people who had to have been connected to this big ufo when i asked the police officer do you have any idea if any of the eye witnesses saw what was the ufo doing was there any interaction with cement factory and or place in dossier why would it be hovering over the cement place the answer i got was that yes there were people who had some kind of an idea or an impression of why but they had had this meeting and they were.
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"Country reaching the national semifinals for the first time since nineteen sixty three loyola defeated kansas state seventy eight to sixty two at the south region final in atlanta after winning its first three tournament games by a combined total of just four points loyola led by as many as twenty three against the wildcats ben richardson had six three pointers in a twenty three point outing the ramblers will meet michigan in next weekend's final four matchup charles matthew scored seventeen points the wolverines top florida state fifty eight fifty four babur tally fox news the safety of self driving cars thrown into down following a fatal crash last week in arizona but one developer shana cons some fears waymo ceo john traps says his company is dedicated to making the technology safe after competitor uber saw one of their cars run down a woman crossing the street in tempe uber suspended their testing waymo sued over last year claiming they stole their technology i'm kim duffy fox news radio denny's new dulcie diletti crunch pancakes remind me of our favorite spanish bakery denny's denny's denny's denny's sauce so good years.