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"king philip" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

04:47 min | 2 weeks ago

"king philip" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"As really was the case for the rest of New England, the most common type of attack was a quick ambush style, hit and run. The fighting in Maine was largely carried out by the Abachi tribe who lived up in the region. Again much as we see elsewhere, they would often attack a house or to kill a few English cause general havoc, and then burn the houses in the crops before retreating back into the safety of the forest. The most notable battle to Kareem, took place at these small trading post known as Arrow sick. Ariza was described as being armed though not a traditional fort. Either way seen as something of a safe haven for the English in the region the. You, tribe however had other ideas. The English wanting to make sure that the coast was clear obviously employed the use of centuries just to keep a lookout. The problem however is that the guy the colonists pick on the morning of August fourteenth sixteenth seventy six did a really bad job at this. The. Found the century on his regular patrol. Rather than ambushing and killing him as would fit the narrative of the war the he instead followed him. They followed him around on his patrol and they literally walked into the trading post behind the apparently oblivious century. Evidence suggests that nobody locked or even close the door behind the century as the Nike Warriors strolled run into the trading post. I don't care how great your fortification is. If you forget to lock the front door and the enemy just walks right on in, you're probably not going to have very good day. The colonists inside indeed had a very bad day. Once inside the post, the avenue he attacked killing several of the colonists inside. Well numerous men would escape windows. It was clearly a bad look for the Communists who had just lost the closest thing that they had to afford. The banenky were never going to be able to hold the trading post nor did they make any attempt to? Within a few months, the English were back in control of the post though it was unquestionably a humiliating loss. While the war in, Maine would never really reach the same fever pitch that it did down in the south it would also drag on for significantly longer. As the war did Drago on North Amend against saw the situation to his benefit. He observed that the war was still going on in Maine and decided that he would try to salvage eventual partnership by offering asylum to the Indians fighting up there. Andras luckily view the Abbot. Potentially. Powerful ally once the war ended and saw opportunity to grab a.

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"king philip" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

02:53 min | 2 weeks ago

"king philip" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"Them. Simply, put if you were an Indian you fought on the winning side, the best you could realistically hope for was a reduction in your land. If you were on the losing side slavery and death or your new reality. The NARRAGANSETT were in a bad place following the end of the war. The English. Ambush the NARRAGANSETT had been devastating. So. Many other people had died that tribe would never fully recover. The English would see nearly all of their lands and reduce them to a smallholding in Rhode Island. Finally for the WOMP, No AG, the tribe that had been so instrumental in the early years of Plymouth and the trend that had been at the center of this war saw their lands also substantially reduced. Those not killed or sold into slavery would be under constant surveillance and over the next century would largely begin to simply assimilated into the English culture in Rhode Island. Though little would ever be done to restore their labs back in Lenin. There was more than a little bit of shock at the incredibly harsh treatment that the colonists imposed on the Indians New England. King Philip's war was already unpopular in London. Harsh settlements following the war and the poor treatment of the Indians did nothing to make the home islands feel better about New England's place in the empire something that we are going to be discussing a lot more depth here just a few weeks from now. And while the war was over many of the colonies in the south. The final thing that we are going to look at this week is that last group, of Indians up in Maine who would maintain hostilities until sixteen seventy eight when the final peace was agreed upon officially ended the war. As we have discussed before King Philip's war was diffuse in nature. Just, because we refer to it as King Philip's war and he is certainly the most well known figure, his system of alizes was just never that strong. More realistically, what occurred was a general Indian. Even with Philip at the middle of a loose confederation. This means that we heard that when the war in the south ended following Philip's death not everybody just went home and quit fighting. It did for the tribes in the southern part of new. England bakes to bail out on the water in the early summer months of sixteen, Seventy six. None of them, the forces necessary to really fight anymore and the condition on the ground was rapidly deteriorating. However up in Maine that really was not the case main of his point was far more sparsely populated than what we think of throughout the rest of New England and it had generally been spared the worst of King Philip's war. However to say that, he'd been spared the worst of the war is not to say that the war did.

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"king philip" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

GSMC Weird News Podcast

02:52 min | Last month

"king philip" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

"Duke. Subsequently, made sure to protect him more thoroughly. And it wasn't until later that afternoon well, while Princeton was sitting in a bar that the archduke Franz Ferdinand just walked right in and Princip saw his opportunity and took it out the archduke and World War One kicked off all right number one there's a few honorable mentions obviously Lincoln. And there's a couple of French kings, but we're going to go ahead and a number one. All right. So Philip the second of Max or Mack on whichever you prefer he was the father of Alexander, the great and he was actually assassinated at his daughter's wedding. He was assassinated by a man named Stenius who was actually a King Philip's bodyguard as well as his lover so. Back then is very scandalous. It's much like game of thrones. If you go back and read about it, it's super interesting. Apparently, alias was raped by one of Philip. The second's other bodyguards at lists and King Philip. The second refuse to punish atlas as a result said that posthumous through blind rage killed his his lover Phillip, the second. and. It is said that the man was speared to death before he could escape he was apparently very near escaping. He had a bunch of horses setup ready to go but tripped on his way to his. To his escape horse, there are many speculations that he was actually hired to murder the king by the king's own wife. Who probably the most interesting. Woman in all of early history, she's really incredible. Probably the most interesting person in all of ancient history. It said that she hired. To murder her husband in order to get Alexander into the throne, and later, of course, he became Alexander the Great. So it's not too unreasonable to speculate that she was part of the assassination. It's a very cinematic murder very much like game of thrones. The kings, his daughter's wedding, and then he gets spirit by his best friend who was hired by his wife very interesting. But unfortunately, that's all I can give you a for now we've already gone way over but I still have enough time to thank you for listening to the GMC Weird News podcast fleas like share and subscribe leave a comment if you'd like and. Also remember to follow us on Instagram facebook or twitter. Thank you and have a good night. seat..

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What's In A Scientific Name

Your Brain on Facts

05:12 min | Last month

What's In A Scientific Name

"From loon example of a trial by in Hunan China called Hans Solo to a butterfly Pea flour reminiscent of Georgia. Oh painting called Couture Couturier Turn Tia. The naming of species offers almost as much in the way of entertainment as it does scientific classification. The official rules for naming species set down by the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature are surprisingly simple. The name must be spelled with the Latin alphabet and must not be overtly offensive and that's pretty much it. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. Most of US know that the animals we call by single name such as a horse actually had a two part name in that case equis Columbus. In contrast to astronomical bodies like stars, Asteroids and planets which are under strict naming conventions overseen by committees, there's almost unfettered freedom it comes to zoological nomenclature. The name can even be on sense string of arbitrary letters. While there is a wealth of name fascination to report on from plants to drugs to telescopes. Ourselves today to the Animal Kingdom. For as long as we have had records and probably longer mankind has sought to classify the world around us in an effort to begin to understand it. This is called taxonomy the study of the general principles of scientific classification from the Greek words for order or arrangement and science. Three centuries before the common era aristotle grouped animals I by similarities like where they lived and then hierarchically with humans naturally at the top. Not, every animal fit well into this system though ducks posed a particular problem as they had the bothersome habit of living on water on land and spending time in the air. It would be eighteen hundred years before another natural philosopher as scientists were called, then would try their hand such as Andrei sessile, Pino Italian physician, and botanist who sorted plants by the structure of their fruits and seeds. The first scientist to use a binomial or to name system that we would recognize was Swiss botanist guest sparred Boeing. Some six thousand plants by genus and species in sixteen, twenty three. There were several inconsistent and sometimes conflicting systems of classification already in use when Carolina's wrote his. SYSTEMA naturally in seventeen, thirty five. Laying down the system we use to this day. Lena's was first taxonomic east to list humans as a primate, but he also originally classified whales as. All living things were sorted into them, Feilim class order, family, genus, and species. Many of US memorized that in middle school by way of a new monarch like King Philip came over from great Spain. Housecat for example, is kingdom and Amelia filed them cor data meaning it has spinal cord. Class Mammalia order can Adora family feel a day genus fearless and species cactus. A lion diverges at the genus Pan Terra, which awesomely means reaper of all and species. Leo. So the scientific name for Lion Is Penn Tara Leo. This system can be visualized as an enormous branching tree with its trunk, very broad and its branches increasingly specific. We. Still name some animals in accordance with their appearance with a little poetic license thrown in for good measure. The tiniest and most pastelle of the armored mammals was christened the pink fairy armadillo. A. Hand Size Lizard with a gift from a meese camouflage was given the fairly metal moniker satanic leaf tailed Gecko. It's actual religious beliefs remain a mystery. As advertised, the star nosed mole has a burst of delicate sensory tendrils on the tip of its snout. Also, sacks myuka Flores is an unappealing worm who lives off the bones of dead whales which would explain its name bone eating snot flower. A bacterium that was taken to the International Space Station, and exposed to cosmic radiation earned the Latin moniker for traveler of the void. China boasts a salamander species that can grow to a whopping one point. Eight meters were nearly six feet long. It goes by the name. Hell Bender and this reporter for one will not argue with it.

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"king philip" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

01:39 min | 2 months ago

"king philip" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"This poor attempt at work however would fall well short. Philip knew the land better than the colonists, and he was able to slip right out. It is worth noting however that as a result of the escape Philip was required to leave behind the women and children as crossing with them was simply too dangerous. Most of them were captured and would ultimately be sold into slavery. The story of those early days of King Philip's war can be seen as an escalating series of skirmishes. Well there was a few minor engagements most of the damage during that first month came from Indian hit and run tactics on the English towns. The. English spent most of their. I love trying to convince an often threaten other tribes into either alliances or more, generally neutrality. However even within the first month, the English had already made decisions that would profoundly affect the long term outcome of the war. As. We are going to see next time. Poor decision. Making is going to come back to cost English dearly. Next time we are going to continue to look at how king. Philip's quickly grew. To this point, we have seen small skirmishes next time we're going to be looking at some of the biggest battles of the war with that. I hope you are all staying healthy and staying safe. I hope you all have a wonderful two weeks and I will see you back here next time as we will move through the major battles of King Philip's war..

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"king philip" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

05:37 min | 2 months ago

"king philip" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"Well, Phillip was trying to convince tribes historically hostile towards him to come and fight a common English threat. They English were doing exactly the opposite. They wanted to keep the war small and contained the goal. Therefore of the English was to get Indian tribes to join their cause and come fight for them. Doing this with both Deny Philip, additional manpower and firepower well at the same time, keeping as many of those guns as possible under English control, however, recognizing the getting Indian tribes to fight for them was going to be a hard sell. The English were for the most part. Okay, accepted promise of neutrality. Well there is always concerns with neutrality net. The parties might not be as neutral as you'd like. It is still better than having tribes become openly belligerent. The first troops from the Massachusetts colony were ready to join the action by the end of Judo Sixteen. Seventy five. What would initially follow were a few minor attempts to inflict some damage on the local pokanoka tribe. On June thirtieth an army under the command of Thomas Savage swept the peninsula, looking not only for the pokanoka tribe, but their leader bill up. What he found was distressing. And what is this distressing that he did find well. He found absolutely nothing. As it turns out the up and the POKANOKA people had managed to get out sometime before. Now as just a quick note, if you are wondering what Philip is doing with the Pokanoka people instead of the woman, no ad please know that these two tracks were very very close through the marriage of Philip's brother, the Pokanoka tribe and the woman Agua amongst the closest allies with each other, so hopefully that will help. Clear up what Philip was doing with the Boca people. Let us appearance of Philip, and the POKANOKA presidency twofold problem. At the most basic level it means that Philip is now gone. In a perfect World Phillip would be trapped on the peninsula. E would be quickly captured, and the entire war will be brought to a fast end. The second problem is that Phillips absence meant that he had not only escaped, but he'd likely had a chance to get into neighbouring groups and grow forces Philip is not going to evacuate into enemy territory, but rather is going to head somewhere. That is already friendly towards him. And now it is time to introduce one of the main themes of King Philip's war, complete incompetence and mismanagement. Salvage for his part knew exactly where Philip was kinda short, but there was still a chance that he could have been intercepted in the were voided, so of course he gave pursuit right..

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"king philip" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:36 min | 2 months ago

"king philip" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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Belgian king expresses regret for violence in colonial rule

Hugh Hewitt

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Belgian king expresses regret for violence in colonial rule

"For the first time in Belgium's history. A reigning king is expressing regret for the violence carried out by the former colonial power when it ruled over what's now Democratic Republic of Congo. King Philip's letters stop short of an apology, but he has marked the 60th anniversary of Congo's independence from Belgium by acknowledging suffering and humiliation on the Belgian colonization. And acts of violence and cruelty in the Congo free state. That was his ancestor, Leopold's private territory where officials hacked off the limbs of Children and their parents. Quotas for rubber, ivory and minerals. Production were missed. Leopold Statues have been defaced in black lives matter Protests, but only this month King Philip's brother, Prince Laurel, sort to exonerate Leopold. On the grounds that he'd never bean to

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Belgian king expresses regret for violence in colonial rule

Hugh Hewitt

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Belgian king expresses regret for violence in colonial rule

"For the first time in Belgium's history. A reigning king is expressing regret for the violence carried out by the former colonial power when it ruled over what's now Democratic Republic of Congo. King Philip's letters stop short of an apology, but he has marked the 60th anniversary of Congo's independence from Belgium by acknowledging suffering and humiliation on the Belgian colonization. And acts of violence and cruelty in the Congo free state. That was his ancestor, Leopold's private territory where officials hacked off the limbs of Children and their parents. Quotas for rubber, ivory and minerals. Production were missed. Leopold Statues have been defaced in black lives matter Protests, but only this month King Philip's brother, Prince Laurel, sort to exonerate Leopold. On the grounds that he'd never bean to

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Belgian king expresses 'deepest regrets' for brutal colonial rule

Hugh Hewitt

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Belgian king expresses 'deepest regrets' for brutal colonial rule

"For the first time in Belgium's history. A reigning king is expressing regret for the violence carried out by the former colonial power when it ruled over what's now Democratic Republic of Congo. King Philip's letters stop short of an apology, but he has marked the 60th anniversary of Congo's independence from Belgium by acknowledging suffering and humiliation on the Belgian colonization. And acts of violence and cruelty in the Congo free state. That was his ancestor, Leopold's private territory where officials hacked off the limbs of Children and their parents. Quotas for rubber, ivory and minerals. Production were missed. Leopold Statues have been defaced in black lives matter Protests, but only this month King Philip's brother, Prince Laurel, sort to exonerate Leopold. On the grounds that he'd never bean to

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Mavericks & Legends: Eleanor of Aquitaine

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:44 min | 4 months ago

Mavericks & Legends: Eleanor of Aquitaine

"Legend was one of the wealthiest and most powerful women in Europe. During the Middle Ages known for her extraordinary beauty and brilliance. She was a leader who wielded significant influence over everything from art and literature to politics and the perception of women. She was queen of both France and England and built a long legacy through advantageous marriages for her many children. She was a role model for future. Female leaders please welcome. Eleanor of Aquitaine. Eleanor was likely born in the year. Eleven twenty two to William the Tenth Duke of Aquitaine and his wife Elinor was the oldest of the couple's three children medieval aquitaine was a huge fiefdom located in the western central and southern areas of present France to the south of the Laura River. It was renowned for its wealth and influence and for being an enlightened capital of culture and. Learning Eleanor's father a lover of literature and the arts ensure that all of his children received the best cultural and academic educations available. Eleanor was fluent in multiple. Languages learnt math astronomy in history and was adept at sports such as Falconry and chess. When Eleanor was eight her mother and younger brother died seven years later. Eleven thirty seven her father died of dysentery. While on a pilgrimage. On his deathbed Williams last act was to do everything he could to protect. Eleanor and her inheritance of Aquitaine. He ordered his men to rush to the court of King. Louis the six the France to ask for protection for his daughter until a marriage could be arranged he also asks Louis to find an appropriate match. Louis was all too delighted to choose his own son. Louis the seventh were married a few months later. Eleanor and Louis. The seventh a match. She was renowned beauty and intellect well-versed in politics and well traveled. He was incredibly sheltered for an heir to the throne and was generally a quiet man for most of his life. Bluey was not the air and was never trained in the skills necessary to rule. It had been expected that he'd go into the Church so we spent most of his early life in monasteries. That changed when his older brothers suddenly died and Louis was thrust into the spotlight from the start. Their relationship. Louis was submissive. To and reliant upon eleanor when he accepted the task of leading the second crusade. Eleanor made it clear that she was coming along. It's not surprising given Louise Limited leadership skills and existent travel experience that the crusade was not a success. Eleanor is famously. Recorded by medieval historians treating the trip more as a big adventure than a serious endeavor brought more than three hundred ladies in waiting with an accompanying baggage train spanned miles still the same historians. Note that eleanor was a better leader and more respected than her Mika's even though the crusade was a series of misadventures eleanor managed to increase her social capital during the trip while Louis was continually marginalized by the time they reached. Antonio Louis was resentful of his wife. Eleanor asked for an annulment and Louis agreed ending their marriage upon their return to France and eleven fifty two weeks after ending her first marriage. Eleanor married Henry Duke of Normandy and Future King of England. The two ascended to the throne two years later in eleven fifty four it was a tempestuous marriage. Unlike her first husband Henry was not easily controlled by eleanor. The more she tried to control him the more he fought back by having affairs. He also disapproved eleanor surrounding herself with musicians and poets. Still Henry and eleanor did have eight children together. On whom eleanor focused. Most of her attention. She was well aware that she could eventually wield much more power through her children around eleven. Seventy Eleanor left her husband and moved back to her family home in. Potier taking her favorite son Richard and daughter Marie with her in eleven. Seventy three eleanor's oldest son Henry. The young king started a rebellion against his father. King Henry was soon joined by a number of his brothers. The rebellion lasted a year. And a half before it was finally crushed some believe that eleanor who had publicly supported her sons had actually instigated the revolt as a result. King Henry had eleanor imprisoned in eleven. Seventy four. Eleanor STAYED IN CAPTIVITY FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. Until Henry's death in eleven eighty nine. By then Eleanor's oldest son had died so her second oldest Richard the first known to history as Richard. The Lionheart ascended the throne. Eleanor was very close with Richard. Soon after taking the Throne Richard. One off to take part in the third crusade and left. Eleanor in charge. Though she'd been locked away for over a decade it took eleanor no time at all to get back in the swing if things. It wasn't long before she was signing documents and having others address her as eleanor. By the grace of God Queen of England Richard Eventually returned home from the crusade after being kidnapped in Jerusalem and ransomed his mother in eleven ninety nine. Richard was killed in battle while fighting. King Philip of France over territory. He was succeeded by his brother. John upon becoming King John Quickly signed a peace treaty with Philip with peace finally achieved. Eleanor MOVED TO FUND TO ROW. Abbey where she died in twelve o

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Why Are We Afraid of Friday the 13th?

BrainStuff

05:18 min | 6 months ago

Why Are We Afraid of Friday the 13th?

"In order to organize time. Human beings created calendars as part of today's dominant calendar system. Every year is divided into twelve periods called months consisting of roughly thirty days. Each all days are also grouped in two sets of seven called weeks and in Europe and the Americas a significant chunk of the population suspects. That bad things will happen whenever the Thirteenth Day of a month occurs on the day of the week called Friday like many human beliefs the fear of the number thirteen which is try skied. Deca phobia or of Friday. The thirteenth known as Paris. Kevi DECA try. A phobia isn't exactly grounded in scientific logic but the really strange thing is that most people who believe the day is unlucky. Offered no explanation at all. Logical order illogical as with superstitions people fear Friday the thirteenth for. Its own sake without any need for background information. The superstition does have deep compelling roots though and those origins help explain why the belief is so widespread. Today the fear of Friday the thirteenth stems from two separate fears the fear of the number thirteen and the fear of Friday's both have deep roots in western culture and most notably in Christian Theology. The number thirteen significant therein. Because it's the number of people who were present at the Last Supper Jesus and his Twelve Apostles Judas. The WHO betrayed Jesus was the thirteenth member of the Party to arrive. Friday has had a negative connotation because Jesus was crucified on a Friday additionally theologians hold that Adam and Eve ate from the forbidden fruit on a Friday and the great flood began on a Friday in the past. Some Christians would avoid beginning any new project trip on a Friday fearing that they would be doomed from the start. Sailors were particularly superstitious in this regard often refusing to ship out on a Friday and supposedly President Franklin D Roosevelt was among these ranks. Some historians suggest that the Christian distrust of Friday's is actually linked to the early Catholic churches overall suppression of Pagan Religions and of women in the Roman calendar Friday was devoted to Venus the goddess of love when the norse adapted the calendar. They named the day after Frig or Freya North goddesses connected to love and sex. The story goes that both of these strong female figures once posed a threat to male dominated Christianity. So the Christian church vilified the day named after them. This characterization may also have played a part in the fear of the number thirteen. It was said that frank would often join a coven of witches normally a group of twelve bringing the total to thirteen. This idea may have originated with the Christian church itself. It's impossible to verify the exact origins of most folklore. A similar Christian legend holds thirteen is unholy because it signifies the gathering of twelve witches and the devil. The number thirteen could have been considered pagan because there are thirteen months in the pagan lunar calendar the lunar calendar also corresponds to the human menstrual cycle connecting the number again to women but there are other traditions linked the number thirteen and Friday the thirteenth to unlucky nece in Norse mythology. The beloved hero Balder was killed at a banquet. By the mischievous God Loki. Who crashed the Party of twelve bringing the group to thirteen this story as well as the story of the last supper led to one of the most entrenched thirteen related beliefs. That you should never sit down to a meal in a group of thirteen. Another significant piece of legend is a particularly bad Friday the thirteenth that occurred in the Middle Ages on a Friday the thirteenth in thirteen o six King Philip of France arrested some of the revered knights templar and began torturing them marking the occasion as a day of evil both Friday and the number thirteen were once closely associated with capital punishment in British tradition. Friday was the conventional day for public hangings and there were supposedly thirteen steps leading up to the news. They're rumors of a secret society starting in the late eighteen. Hundreds at William and Mary called Thirteen's said to be groups of thirteen students. Who would meet in defiance of the superstition? The date was first enshrined in pop culture in Nineteen O seven when one Thomas Lawson wrote a novel called Friday thirteenth about a stockbroker who purposefully crashes the stock market on that day around the same time. Skyscrapers going up would often omit thirteenth floor. A practice that continues today. People Point to the trials and tribulations faced by the astronauts of the Apollo Thirteen Mission. And of course the wildly popular Friday the thirteenth horror franchise about sometimes villain Jason Voorhees and Camp Crystal Lake further spread. This ancient meam ultimately the complex folklore of Friday. The thirteenth doesn't have much to do with people's fears today. The fear has much more to do with personal experience. People learned at a young age that Friday the thirteenth is supposed to be unlucky for whatever reason and then they look for evidence that the legend is true. Evidence isn't hard to come by. Of course if you get in a car wreck on one Friday the thirteenth or lose your wallet or even Spill Your Coffee. That day will probably stay with you but if you think about it bad things begin. Small happen all the time. You're looking for bad luck. On Friday the Thirteenth. You'll probably find it

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"king philip" Discussed on Secret Societies

Secret Societies

05:57 min | 7 months ago

"king philip" Discussed on Secret Societies

"At dawn on Friday October thirteenth. Thirteen O seven King Philip. The fair of France had every night temblor in his kingdom arrested on charges of heresy. He acted without the permission or knowledge of Pope Clement. The fifth taking God's justice into his own secular hands examples of the king's charges read as follows during the nights initiation ceremony. The brothers were required to deny Christ to spit on the Cross and to place three obscene kisses on the lower spine the navel and the mouth. They were obliged to indulge in carnal relations with other members of the order if requested by brother and finally they were small belt which had been consecrated by touching strange idol which looked like a human head with a long beard. These charges were focused on two things. One heresy that is beliefs out of line with Christianity's most basic tenants like the worship of Christ and the rejection of idols and secondly on sexual relations between brothers which according to the charges were not just rampant amongst brothers. But we're actually a ritualized part of life as templar. These were the worst crimes. A religious order could commit and as we discussed in our first episode on the subject in the Middle Ages the General Christian population was so deeply pious that these offenses were earth shattering. In fact even the order itself had to at least officially agree. It's official rule said that sexual relations between brothers was a horrible ungodly and unacceptable crime. It was grounds for expulsion from the Knights templar. The rule even tells the story of three brothers who committed with the text calls acts against nature all of them were brought before the grand master and put in irons. One escaped and defected to the middle. East one was killed in an escape attempt and one was permanently imprisoned. None remained a brother but according to fill up the fares accusations the rule had all been for show the punishments. Simply an example. He argued the nights. Were in fact forced to engage in sexual acts together beginning immediately upon initiation to the order with obscene kisses upon the naval continuing through daily life. At the time of the arrests. These accusations seemed to be based almost entirely in supposition and Rumours Albeit Supposition and rumours grounded on the very real premise that the knights were not perfect. Godly warriors rumors fed by the fact that they had the wealth power and status to hide any number of crimes but after the arrests suddenly the proof started ruling in many templars including grandmasters shocked. Malay- himself confessed hearings were held against the Knights in Paris between October and November of thirteen. Seven out of the one hundred thirty eight two positions. We still have from these. Only four show templars completely denying accusations and those four weren't important men. The KNEE ORDERS HIERARCHY. The leaders all confessed. This is an excerpt of October. Twenty sixth testimony of John of Tours the treasurer of the temple at Paris as recorded by the notary at the trial before his arrest. He was a trusted financial advisor of Philip. The fair quote on the order of the receptor. He denied Jesus Christ once only and spat upon the cross once. He said also on his oath that after this the receptor kissed him three times namely firstly on the base of the spine of the back secondly on the naval and thirdly on the mouth asked concerning the vow of chastity which was enjoined on him he said on his oath that he was prohibited from knowing women but if any natural heat should move him he could unite himself with his brothers and similarly he should suffer this from them. There are shades of the orders official reception ceremony. Here remember that. Kiss on the mouth but clearly. This is a very different version. One that closely follows King Philip's accusations. Most of the confessions like that of John of tour focused on the initiation ceremony with its blasphemy spitting on the cross and it's sexual overtones with the kisses on the lower back and navel many. The confessions all confirmed that during the initiation ceremony. The nights were instructed to have sex with their brothers whenever they wanted but few admitted to actually having that sex themselves or even hearing of other brothers doing so perhaps they were afraid to admit to such personal crime after all the initiation ceremony was in a sense inflicted on them as new recruits. Maybe they couldn't bear the shame of going out and choosing sex outside of Christian marriage for themselves but whether or not templars were encouraging or requiring ongoing sex between brothers. Even the confessions to spitting on crosses and giving naval kisses were enough to turn the tides on November twenty second Pope Clement. The fifth stopped resisting Phillips Accusations. He ordered the general arrest of the templars. Outside of France.

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"king philip" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

04:33 min | 7 months ago

"king philip" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"I found it. Troubling in to put it mildly. Yeah let's talk about how entertaining it is that all this suffering happened massacres and horrible. Thank you yeah. It's a non delightful. Yeah so essentially. Somebody's collection of his dad's war stories became how people thought about the framing of this war for centuries afterward one of the things that was really challenging about this episode. Was that because it was a war that went on for as long as it did and ranged among multiple colonies and and and territory that wasn't held by any particular colony at that point like the allot went on and so there were all kinds of moments that we did not talk about In terms of specific time line of the thing which is always challenging. When there's something as big as an entire war yeah well. It's it is tricky because as you said most of the narratives we have of it are written from the white colonial perspective Who it comes up in. The episode are trying to fit indigenous culture into the models that they know and understand from Europe in terms of how a monarchy worked in terms of like to them. This idea of all of these different tribes was probably very confusing and they just want to lump them together under an indigenous man who they chose to caulking Phillip Like there are a lot of of pretty obvious. Check boxes of evidence of Lake. They did not understand these people and we're trying to and as a consequence. There's almost no way that the reality of this situation was captured in the writing that we have from the the colonists perspective yeah and I think a lot of people may imagine. These colonies were kind of isolated from the indigenous nations. That were around them but really all of these had become so interconnected over basically a generation. This was happening. Essentially a generation after the mayflower arrived but the everything had become so interconnected in terms of all the various indigenous nations and their existing networks and then the colonies becoming part of those networks That there are historians who interpreted not as a war between indigenous people and a the colonies but as a civil war among all of these people who were living in the same place in this very interconnected but still somewhat separate collection of societies. You can as I said at the end of the episode. There are so many books on this. You could spend years reading all kinds of different books and interpretations on King Philip's War. It's one of the things that highlights to me. How sometimes people imagine history is like a recitation of facts when really like their interpretation and analysis of all those things that are happening and people have interpreted Various aspects of the king full of King Philip's were very differently from one another In the modern era not just going back to the sixteen hundreds and seventeen. Hundreds of. You're interested so many books you could read so thanks again for joining us. On this Friday you want to write to US history. Podcast IHEARTRADIO DOT COM. And we'll talk to you again soon. Stuffy missed in history classes the production of iheartradio. How stuff works for more podcasts. For my heart radio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows everyone I'm Steven Hyden Jordan. Runtaugh join us. We availa new music podcast rivals. It's a look back at famous music robberies at the past every week Jordan I will explore new rivalry delving into all the details about our beloved musical. Icons coup just can't seem to get along with their fellow legends. We'll debate each other about who deserves half the upper hand in these classic conflicts. You remember the biggest beast from music history and hopefully become aware of some. You didn't know. Join US on rivals. A new podcast from IHEART radio debut on February twenty six. Listen to follow the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Wherever you listen your favorite podcasts..

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"king philip" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

09:18 min | 7 months ago

"king philip" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Hello and welcome to Friday. I'M HOLLY FOR I. I'm Tracy Wilson Today's casual Friday feels extra casual. Because we're talking about a game yet we are. Have you played much okay so I did not grow up playing any croquet? I don't think I ever played any croquet until I had not moved to Massachusetts yet but I had started visiting here and hanging out with people who have been playing croquet their whole lives and there is just a lot of especially in good weather. casual croquet. Playing a bunch of us go on a vacation Every September where we all rent house together and hang out and there is a literal croquet tournament Sometimes there's some house rules or whatever but it's like a pretty standard croquet tournament. We have also had weird variations on croquet like one year. The vacation was Harry Potter themes. And so we had wizards croquet as a thing to play. Some of the group are very competitive about this but for others of US. It is more about standing around and talking with a cocktail in her hand. Yeah I When I was a kid one Christmas. We got a croquet set as a gift. And I don't think we ever like really got the hang of it or played by the rules. I'm a lot younger than my siblings. So I think I wanted them to play with your kid And so then it was kind of like my brother would smack a ball at me. And that's okay and so is never like thing for me And now as I'm older I don't tend to enjoy competitive things with my friends. It's just not fun but I was trying to come up with a way. We could invent a game called cocktail croquet that maybe involves like getting through a wicked. And you get some sort of drink associated with that we. I don't know it's still in. Its infant stages. Yes this game I making up in my head if I could add a star wars theme to it. I think I'd really be onto it. Yeah I have a feeling that the reason that we did not have a case that at our house that I know about growing up. It's entirely possible my parents add one stashed in that or something because we had other outdoor games. We were encouraged to play outside. But I think it would my brother and I would have tried to hit each other with mallets and throw balls at each other and generally causi harm but I think yeah. That's often how games play out when your kid. Yeah especially if they're rules. That seemed like homework. You're more likely to default to just injury you mentioned in the episode that you had come across an article discussing how croquet had spread to other cultures and other parts of the world and I actually had had come across one that I was trying to fit in here for a while and it quickly became a much different thing and I was like this is not the place for it And thankfully now we have these Friday episodes where I can kinda mention it. Which is that There was a particular military action that was going on on England's part at the border of India there is a lot of complex politics there which is not great but one of the things that gets mentioned in some of the accounts that were written by. The English military members were that they saw Sikhs playing croquet all the time because they had picked it up and loved it as a game but as I said like to contextualized and why they were all there together. Yeah very complex and made it about military actions and really Crappy behavior on the part of England Seattle and that was a little off. The tone of the much lighter. Long Game Fun I had in mind. Yeah and we also we talked a little bit about it about Women like it being a game that women were allowed to play and that was also a thing that was criticized in the nineteenth century. Sometimes like there were people that were like seemly for these women's would be playing this game. They should not be doing that. And that has sort of morphed into as croquet has been introduced into other parts of the world It becoming a game that has given women more freedom to play it than they have maybe had other contexts which is all really interesting if you just want to look at all kinds of paintings of women in bustle gowns playing croquet there are so many coach games very popular very popular art topic in the Nineteenth Century Absolutely it's also interesting to me that A lot of the the accounts that I was looking at there is almost particularly in the casual friendly croquet that a lot of people were playing. There's almost this subtle hinting that it was kind of a game where you could go and flirt. Oh yeah after lakes so it's one of the few because it was one of the few sports where men and women would be out there competing or playing on a team together. It offered opportunities to mingle in ways that were not really common. Yes and readily available. Which is Adds a sort of cute dimension to it. Yes folks who visit our website have noticed it does not look the same at all. It is totally moved to a new format and so it doesn't have artwork on it but we're still getting artwork for episodes in case that happens in the future so I went like on a hunt for some pictures of croquet. I found all of these wonderful pictures like wonderful paintings of women many of them in in Bustle Gowns Plan K but then there were also some that were honest spectrum between suggestive and nude that are like Postcards of Croquet Games being played in various states of undress or in suggestive poses. So it definitely has that aspect also. Listen I'm not here to judge however you if you're having fun in your bustle gown or in nothing at all. Go You croquet. Maybe this this actual spring. I will make an effort to set up a little mini croquet on my lawn. Make my husband and friends play with me. Yeah I still have to figure out a sub sort of cocktail or star wars theme to make it appealing now. That seems fence to a wider heard. Yeah Yeah so. Our second episode. This week was on King. Philip's war yes. Which had come up briefly in the episode on Paul Coffee? It was also something that while I was at the new Bedford Whaling Museum because I was so interested in. Policarpio wanted to go see their exhibition on him There was also a thing that was about King Philip's war and it jogged. My memory of having in the past previously plans to to cover King's King Philip's war on an episode and then it had slipped off the top of my mind for whatever whether so often does with so many things that we will be just on the verge of doing and then get distracted by some other topic or or realize we don't have the resources or whatever any number of derailments could befall us well and and history that is related to made of American history and indigenous nations can be really complicated to research because so much of what is written was not written from an indigenous perspective and a lot of times totally misrepresents indigenous side of the story King and there won't so that gets complicated because a couple several people as I was reading have made the point that like it was very normal for for people to have name changes at various points during their life. It seems like the colonists were trying to have it be a mark of respect by offering totally different names than they actually had but were like great leaders from history braids so like them like Philip was definitely not the name that that he was more often known by the just becomes whole big thing of how. How do you interpret the fact? That the the the whole idea that it was King Philip's war and that it ended when he died is just so is everywhere and and it like the fighting was still going on from his two more years after that and so I did not know where that idea had started. Definitely nobody who was living through it. At the time was calling it King Philip's war rate. That came about after it was over. And people were writing books about their father's reminiscences of it so yeah the fact that Benjamin. Church's book is called entertaining. History of King. Philip's war like I. I haven't read that book but that just sort of the fact that entertaining a Ha- idle leisure yes. Oh incredibly deadly and destructive. It seems barbaric. Yeah.

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"king philip" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

06:55 min | 8 months ago

"king philip" Discussed on What'sHerName

"So Alexander apparently jumps up and throws a drink in analysts face so outraged by this slight. This is the soap opera wedding. Yeah Scandal Hey. And in that moment instead of defending his son the King Philip rises drunkenly from his seat and points. His sword awarded Alexander in front of everyone. This feels very game frenzy as well except instead of killing everybody. The Olympia and Alex decide you know what fine. If we're not wanted here will leave. And she and Alexander self exile back to her hometown. Really this is a very bold and unexpected move. Yeah she isn't one to let anyone threaten her power or her sons power into publicly. Call it into question. This is what I mean about. She is outside of the box walks. She is thinking lots of steps ahead on the chessboard. I think she really understands the power of a power move who've That she is raising herself and her son above this uncouth behaviour half and she is going back to where she's appreciated. She aided eventually Phillips. The error of his ways realizes he's chased his very capable grown son away and he invites them both back to court. The gamble has paid off and she is back on top then. Everything blows up again. Dan When Philip is very publicly stabbed by a guy named Pausania one of his jilted lovers everything erupts into chaos consistently. Macedonia is without a almost immediately. The whispers start circling that it may have been Pausania who wielded the knife but of course it was Olympia. Who pushed him to do it again? We have no idea whether she was involved or not. I suspect not. Her son was back in Phillips Good graces. He was the clear next in line for the throne that she had a lot of reason to kill Philip other than Philip. Philip was kind of worst regardless. Her son is now in charge and as his mother. Olympias is in a position to wield a a lot of power prefers she and her son to cement their position in this court of as plutarch puts it great jealousies terrible hatred and endanger everywhere. So they start taking out anyone they see as a potential threat and this is when Olympia STAS one of the most brutal controversial show things I suppose that she ever does. She has Phillips Latest Wife that Macedonian Cleopatra and her infant baby killed there are a couple of versions of how she does it. Maybe she burns them both. Sit F. O.. Maybe she. She kills the baby in front of Cleopatra and that forces her to kill herself no possibly she sends her for a variety of suicide options. Another says Olympia Sends Cleopatra Three things a rope a dagger and a vial of poison and and lets her choose the way. She wants to go out somehow. She disposes of these two. Maybe they died of natural causes and it's all a- plutarch smear campaign it could be totally could be but also this viciousness par for the course for this court Everyone is doing this kind of thing and definitely Alexander has done infinitely worse things than this but the way that this entire interaction is framed by plutarch by all of the male writers later. They want us to believe that this killing is revenge because this woman dared to marry King Philip Nonsense this is a strategic power. Move to protect her son and his kingdom. Yeah I mean it is. Of course it's bloody it's cutthroat it's the ancient world right but it's not personal it's business but of course when a woman does it has to be personal it has mostly driven is Feminine Raid Jealousy was slighted and of course women could never strategize. They just react yeah. This is a woman who possibly arranged an entire maybe. These snakes are God's scenario to shoo her husband away but we're expected to believe that she murdered a baby because she was mad at this woman. Just it doesn't panel to me. This isn't the way that this strategic warrior woman women works. This is protecting her son. This is consolidating power. Doesn't make it great. You know I'm not a fan of these actions. So she does that. They nullify all the threats and then by three thirty four Alexander's replaces King of Macedonia. Pretty well assured and that's theo that he prepares to write off on his big decade-long adventure turning himself into the guy that we now call Alexander the Great. She watches him right away. Not Knowing this the last time they're ever going to see each other her. I think about this moment and again. This isn't a moment that really gets talked about a written about. But you just imagine that moment kerr standing there watching her son on. She's poured everything into so much. Love fierce protection everything. She knows everything she's learned has been put into do this. Boy Who is now a man and she's never going to see him again. So Alexander Rides off. Does many things back back home. She's not the region she's not running things but she's pretty close. She's taking the plunder he sending back in and making offerings for him. It places like Delphi and Athens. She's writing diplomatic letters to members of state into other regions. She's making sure that no thrown pretenders are going to take advantage manage of Alexander's absence. She's giving gifts to foreign leaders so she's not acting as regent but she is maintaining the status quo and she's really leaving leaving the chair open for when her son comes.

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"king philip" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

02:34 min | 8 months ago

"king philip" Discussed on What'sHerName

"The story goes that Alexander's Alexander's father is not actually King Philip. The second Alexander's father is actually Zeus. Yes he is in fact Demi God of course which not only means. He's unstoppable and people shouldn't try to oppose him. Because you don't WanNa make Zeus angry angry but that she was chosen by the God. This is the best adds to her prestige as well as his and we don't know if she's the one who starts circulating this story or if Alexander is the one who start circulating the story but to me it has they all of the hallmarks of an Olympias production and of course nobody can disprove this storied. And how are you going to prove that. It wasn't Zeus another brush with the Gods in her bedroom room comes later. Olympias has had two children a son and a daughter and the king comes to her bed and finds lines sneaks in her bed. Philip of course is freaked out by this but not as one might think because because there are snakes in his wife's bed that's totally normal. Apparently the problem is maybe these snakes are God. Oh maybe this is a god in bed with his wife and disturb them sure. That's that's some clear thing. So Oh he leaves her alone and he decides. That's it no more visiting Olympia. Says by chamber for me. Okay now how. She's no longer burdened with more pregnancies. More babies she can put all of her effort into raising two children that she has unless Zeus comes knocking again unless Uis comes knocking again but apparently he did not okay if this is also a Olympias production. This is very clever. Yeah she has established her boundaries without ever having to actually push back herself. Yeah cool against the king either way weird and one of the things that she becomes known for snakes in her bed.

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"king philip" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"king philip" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"San Antonio city government municipal government. How did it all began a lot of people don't know that Jim Forsyth does. And we're going to honor those people. Yeah. Chris last year. I got a lot of questions about if seventeen eighteen was the founding of San Antonio. Why does this say seventeen thirty one on the county flag and on the shoulder patches of bare county sheriff's deputies well seventeen eighteen was the year that the San Antonio river was discovered in named the Spanish created a Presidio here. They created a fort at obviously, the the friars came here to start building the missions the mission San Antonio Davis being the first to try to convert and train the native Americans. But there was no civilian settlement in San Antonio and tell seventeen thirty-one, and that's when Spanish king Philip the fifth started getting nervous about the French who have obviously over New Orleans. And they were casting covetous eyes on Texas, and he wanted to make sure he had a firm settlement in his province of Texas. So he went to the Canary Islands, and he found fifty-six residents fifteen separate families who he gave land grants to in. What is now San Antonio and their journey. Here was something of legend. They were dropped off by a Spanish galleon at the port of Veracruz, and they walked twelve hundred miles from Veracruz to San Antonio. They really wanted to be here and tomorrow. A fascinating statue will be unveiled tomorrow is the two hundred eight th anniversary of the arrivals of those fifty-six canary islanders in San Antonio. And that took place on what was what they then named plaza de Las east Louis in honor of the islands where they came from. It's now main plaza right in front of the bear county courthouse, and the statue will represent a man and a woman canary islander. A native American Spanish soldier and a Spanish friar all of whom would have been part of that meeting. Because obviously the garrison in San Antonio would have been notified that the canary. Islanders were coming with the permission of the king, and they were going to create settlements in San Antonio. They were a busy group within three years after arriving here. They had laid out plaza de LA ceaseless as a commercial center, they had navigated the San Antonio river all the way to what is now Breckenridge park and in seventeen thirty four they laid the cornerstone of San Fernando cathedral. The city was called dot San Antonio at the time, but San Fernando debate har- was what they named the city of San Antonio only became San Antonio later, but tomorrow, the Spanish consul general representatives from the canary islanders there will be prayers from native Americans. And this fascinating sculpture will be unveiled at the very site where the location of that first meeting took place two hundred eighty eight years to the day after it happened, and that became the first civilian government in the state of Texas and in reality, the first civilian government west of the Mississippi when they selected the first all day from among the canary islanders and established the first city council and established the first of what became the model for city governments in Texas and across the western part of the United States. So it was a significant event, and it will be marked tomorrow with a statue honoring the first families of San. Tonio those fifteen families from the canary islanders from the Canary Islands who arrived here two hundred eighty eight years ago tomorrow my goodness. I can't wait to go down there and see that statue. That is absolutely fascinating. Well, we got lots to talk about all morning long. There's so much going on keep it right here on NewsRadio twelve hundred w ho so it's finally time to sell your home. No need to fear week perch, doing business in San Antonio, this is Megan Bishop and perch is the easiest way to sell your home. They've been here year now..

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"king philip" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"king philip" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Have to deliver on that. Because he's facing a major reelection campaign in may and the risk is there's a certain amount of retaliation that I think Pakistan would take without risking escalation the question is how much visible missile strikes, for example. I think might force Pakistan to retaliate, and you get into the cycle where the conflict doesn't remain confined to the line of control, but spills over potentially over the international boundary and border. And I think that risk is very low. But you can imagine a scenario where Mody miscalculates, and you can get off to the. Racist really quickly. Are you concerned enough in this current crisis to think, oh, there could be some sort of nuclear option being fettered? Not yet. I think right now, there's still there's a wide berth of potential retaliatory options, especially across the line of control of India and Pakistan, restrict themselves to exchanges across the line of control, then the risk of nucleus collisions almost zero. But if things get going across the international border and Indian ground forces across the international border, then I think the risk rises really sharply for now. There's a lot of concern about escalation dynamics, and I share those concerns, but there's a long way between where we are today and potentially nuclear escalation and both sides Pakistan will rattle the nuclear saver is India likes to call it. But if the international borders crossed, and I think you have a really sharp rise of potentially conventional conflict that could escalate to nuclear use by Pakistan. Lesson here is India has do something and doesn't have any good options. That's exactly right VIP in Narang is a nuclear policy expert at MIT. He's been talking about the risks of conflict between India and Pakistan. Thanks, I appreciate the president of the Philippines. Rhodri? Go Detaille is notorious for making provocative statements and for his vicious war on drugs. His latest proposal. He wants to change the country's name the world's Patrick win. Has that story? The Philippines is named after a guy who never set foot in the Philippines. King Felipe bay. The second also called king Philip ruled Spain through much of the sixteenth century time when Spain was busy conquering civilizations all around the planet, including one archipelago in Asia that was home to many diverse -ociety, and people's but the Spanish empire said, Nope, you're all subjects under one ruler. Now, king Felipe bay and this whole island chain became the Philippines. We live because it wasn't his global. Erred by Medina. You'll sing demanding king Philippe, that's president Detaille at a speech last week bringing up not only king Philip, but Magellan the first European explorer to ever reach the islands Detaille says we need to erase the influence of these idiots and renamed the Philippines to the Republic of Mahar lak- of modern was modern it is in Malaysia ward. It means. Moto conceivable Cirino and. Mahar -lica- is an old old word originating in sanskrit, and then used in the Mullaly guage, which was spoken in the Asian tropics long before the Europeans came I called a Filipina historian who specializes in the colonial era, and I asked for her gut reaction to this proposed name change. I don't think every day Filipinos think of their problems as being rooted in the colonial past Deirdre Delacruz is an associate professor at the university of Michigan. Honestly, most Filipinos have a lot more to worry about than being onto by the ghost of king. Philip. Such as details war on drugs, which is killed by some estimates. More than twenty thousand people piling problems on top of a nation already troubled by corruption poverty and fierce typhoons now axing the name Philippines for the Republic of Mahardhika. That idea was I pushed by Ferdinand Marcos the US back dictator who is outed by his people back in the nineteen eighties..

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"king philip" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"king philip" Discussed on KCRW

"President Duterte. Say at a speech last week, bringing up not only king Philip, but Magellan the first European explorer too. Ever reach the islands detective says we need to erase the influence of these idiots and renamed the Philippines to the Republic of Mahardhika the Republic of martyrs because Marley and me. On. It means be guns available serenity. Mahara is an old old word originating in sanskrit, and then used in the Mullaly language, which was spoken in the Asian tropics long before the Europeans came I called the Filipina historian who specializes in the colonial era, and I asked for her gut reaction to this proposed name change. I don't think every day Filipinos think of their problems as being rooted in the colonial past Deirdre de LA Cruz is an associate professor at the university of Michigan allies way. Most Filipinos have a lot more to worry about than being haunted by the ghost of Philip such as do taste war on drugs, which is killed by some estimates. More than twenty thousand people piling problems on top of a nation already troubled by corruption poverty and fierce typhoons now axing the name Philippines for the Republic of Mahabharata. That idea was I pushed by Ferdinand Marcos the US back. Dictator who is added by his people back in the nineteen eighties. But they let crews says Mahardhika is often mistranslated the way that Detaille and Marcos are invoking Mahardhika is wrong deter taste says it means serenity Marcos said it referred to an ancient cast of royalty. Basically anytime leaders want to evoke some pristine pre colonial past they often reach for this word Mahar Mahardhika, but it's actually a term that used to describe Freeman somebody who is not indentured. So the glorification of the word and its association with some grand down is over exaggerated. There were really impressive societies on these islands some with complex writing and trading routes that ran all the way to Japan and China, but LA Cruz says you can't look back to anyone unspoiled kingdom that can now represent all the peoples of the Philippines. Because there was no Philippines back. Then it was just a lot of neighboring islands. It was the Spanish empire that fused many many people's together under a common identity. So daily crews wonders what's this proposal really about why do a thorough -tarian leaders have to reach into a precolonial, Pat. Like, what's the why why is there always this interest in creating this mythical past her best guests blaming colonial tyranny? Colonial tyranny distant past is a convenient way to absolve oneself any accountability. For the present accountability is really not do tastes thing. Those who condemn his policies like lawmakers and journalists they keep getting locked up and ask for what to call the country. Well, details administration says congress might just hold a referendum and. Let the people choose for the world. Patrick win..

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"king philip" Discussed on Unobscured

Unobscured

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"king philip" Discussed on Unobscured

"I'm Mary Beth Norton. I'm a professor of American history at Cornell University, I teach a bunch of courses on early America and women I have written several books some of which are related to Salem, witchcraft one of which particular is called in the devil's snare subtitle. The Salem witchcraft crisis of sixteen ninety two and I very deliberately subtitled it crisis rather than trials because the book is much broader than the trials themselves when you call it a crisis because there are so many things occur outside of history. Specific instance of which trials can you talk about a few those contributing factor. Well, I think in my book, I argue that the most important contributing factor is the Indian war that's going on on the northern frontier. We don't really know much about this war. I certainly didn't know much about it until it popped up as I was working on my. My study of Salem witchcraft. I did not intend to make the book. What it turned out to be which is a dual narrative of war in witchcraft. I did not understand the significance of the war until I kept coming across material relevant to the war in the stuff. I was reading and I went to look for histories of the war, and I didn't find any. And this was why I did know anything about it was because there have been no modern histories of it. The most recent history to this day the most recent history of the war, which is known as king William's war on the northern frontier. It was written by cotton Mather and published in the sixteen ninety s was the only comprehensive history that I found and still there has been not one. So I did not end -ticipant finding the war to be as important as it turned out to be. Before king wound for there was king Philip. Yes, king Philip's swore and another problem with the literature on king Philip's war until my book was that it's always focused on king Philip's war in the south. That is southern New England king Philip's war is thought of as an Indian war in the old Plymouth colony in Rhode Island and in parts of southern Massachusetts bay. But I discovered that there was a northern part of it also which has been given very short shrift in histories of king, Philip's war. There is one history of king Philip's war that gives a chapter to the northern part of the war. But the king Philip's war is started in the sixteen seventy s and the leader of the Indians was king Philip. A womp inaugu chief who was very concerned about English encroachments on his land and very concerned about mission ising activities of the Christians in his lands. And he led his warriors in raids very devastating raids on New England communities, but the war leaked over. I think we can say into the north of the Indians in the north the wab hockey's did not particularly want to get involved in it. But they basically were forced to because of pressure from the woman in the south and from the English settlers who didn't trust them because of what was happening in the south. And in fact, the English treated them extremely badly in king Philip's war did all kinds of things that you can only call them the various to them, and so they did become involved. And so the Indian war then became in the sixteen seventy s became general. It was finally came to an end in more or less with a truce in sixteen seventy eight and the. It was devastating to the English who had settled in Maine and New Hampshire. They had abandoned their communities in that period. They moved back in and then the second war started in sixteen eighty eight and it all happened all over again. It was devastating. It was devastating war. We don't think of Maine as a very we don't think of Maine is a frontier, we don't think of Maine as a prosperous area. But in fact, main in the sixteen seventy s and sixty nineties was really where the action was as far as. Profit to be made in New England in Boston people had bought land. They had set up sawmills Boston had a very vigorous shipbuilding industry that the sawmills in Maine were providing the labor the time the timber four the..

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"king philip" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"king philip" Discussed on Ologies

"So do you would you say that you have like genus and species on the brain a lot oh yeah yeah all the time because that's a lot of what we do here with a with a specimen collection just you know naming the basic units of biodiversity do you remember is a kid in in class learning that like what was it king philip what is the yeah what is it again i can't remember it let's talk taxonomy which is how science organizes things so you may have learned that plants and fungi and animals are classified into domain kingdom class order family genus species and you're like wow alley that is amazing how did you memorize that your genius and i know that's what you're thinking now the mnemonic device is clutch here i never remembered the pneumonic device for this i remember we learned one i think it was like dear king philip came over from germany comma so which is weird who ends what's the so about what's the rest of the story anyway i never remembered it dear king philip came over for grape soda is another way to remember kingdom class order family genus species another alternative you could use is dick ish can poured coffee on france good shirt fuck off ken or dang kinky people come over for group sex which is apparently what some biology teachers use they're like they know marketing they know how to get your attention don't kick people coming from goldman sachs is another alternative depending on how your thoughts about it so calling an organism or a specimen by its genus and species it's kind of like saying your last name i but it's what we call linian taxonomy even though swedish ecologist carl aeneas he didn't really invent it someone else did it was kind of already established so john wasn't busy learning carl lineas pneumonic memory devices in high school but he was down with the different carl carl sagan who despite being an astronomer and a cosmetologist he wrote about evolution sometimes representative aleutian as the ever branching ramifications of some original trunk each branch pruned and clipped by natural selection sagan has an eight minute animated.

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"king philip" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"king philip" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"About as much as all of denmark according to one recent estimate the currency is build so that recording transactions and thereby generating new bitcoin's requires solving complex mathematical problems this keeps bitcoin scarce but it also means that massive server farms are tasked with essentially wasteful calculations when environmentalists begin to understand this there will be a firestorm iii the currency is a vehicle for criminal transactions and for avoiding government restrictions on moving capital this is why bitcoin has been so popular in venezuela and china and why such countries are cracking down fourth and most important bitcoin is on a collision course with sovereign states bitcoin was founded on a libertarian ethos and its proponents zealously resist licensing and regulation taken to its logical conclusion this philosophy would entail the elimination of central banks like our federal reserve so far the volume of actual bitcoin transactions has been miniscule according to the economies of nations in the world western governments are dozing but if bitcoin ever grew two critical mass politicians around the world would wake up king philip the fourth of france once could not repay his debts to his bankers the nights templar so in thirteen oh seven he had their leaders arrested on trumpedup charges and then burned of the stake no modern sovereign will give up the power of the purse without a similar fight if perhaps a less bloody one at the first serious unlikely coordinated move by governments to regulate or a bank the digital currency bitcoin's price will crush zero this according to lawrence baxter a law professor duke university.

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