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"overlook mountain" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

Fat-bike Radio

07:52 min | 3 weeks ago

"overlook mountain" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

"Rising tides. That's what i was gonna say. I think being a person that kinda helps. I think mountain by coaching clinics. You know as like yes. Mortga come but i think that's going to be good for everyone because I would say there's a lot of misconceptions to mountain bike. Dean like touch talked about at the beginning euro. There's a lot of misunderstandings may be or the unknown unknowns. Probably real thing didn't know that i don't know But some more clinics is better at the beginning and then you know raises all ships. Like everyone's gonna get better as there's more feedback Like you said. When you're teaching teachers i would assume that's more communicative in some degrees. Everyone's getting better in certain ways because of they picked up things you know you got a construct. of course that's why you're training them but to degree verbiage. Things like that. I'm sure there's at least a little people use this term. We don't but now. I know people use this term for this and i'd never even heard that before i think in a weird way. The talent built life community or this bubble like it's a other. If we can help friends we can help. Writers than turk counts bike shops We can get different feedback because our approach to this is not a sales approach. In any way. We're very open to getting feedback. You know i can tell you countless times where we've had an event you know in bentonville called the fat tire bike shop down there so hey stock up on fox kneepads and fifteen cents pads the weekend because they see us wearing them or recommending. These work for business miss. They stock shops. Like thank you. You know we had no idea that. Lets me very symbiotic. Are you know in a way. That like i mean honestly without like you said earlier shops on make money. But you know if you're shop aware that amount bike skill is coming and people are bringing their bike in to make sure that ready to go. You know. they're getting ceiling. They're getting these things 'cause they want clinic to be successful and then after it successful. If you've done your job to you should business should turn out like business. I mean you know like you took care of him. They know things they want bites. While you're good place to pick up vice you know. But i think that's that's a result that i don't really think a lot is that we do an event through a shop in the customers client five none of the shaw now. The new customer out of it. You know i mean. Maybe they've been in their store right so and i think that's good for war mountain biking and people growing in mountain biking. Because i don't know anyone that bother i mountain bike and was like yep this is the style even abide tonight. You know like you know what i mean. There's no way. The ceiling is very very high on mountain bikes because of technologies. There's no way you can get it like. Even the good bike is going to be totally different by the time. Even if you love your bike and you never want something different. It's going to fail at some point. Now you crushes on it and then it's gonna be older world of stuff you know because it's been five six years or whenever minimum for sure. Well jay i think. I think it's time for the we don't really know why. Shoot guns for the latest round about. Yeah oh yeah get you ramped up This is the lightning round it is basically for. Sometimes i come up with rapid fire and a short answer questions. Do you feel prepared. That's awesome response all right here. We go first question. What do you think is the most overlooked mountain bike skill or maybe not overload. You can interpret this a little bit you know undervalued quarter by far cornering and everybody can get better when you're riding good you feel good. What's your favorite trail to be on in saint louis legit say. Let's just talk about saint louis area trail man. Favorite trail will be on here zombie zombie. What the overall trail system that. That's part of some won't be as part of brockhall agreed is what it's what it's called. It's a network. Oh probably twelve or thirteen miles of trails. Cool air connecting pave like that sick. Yeah really accessible now. Yeah superfund spots. It's the best one of the best of have here when you're having a bad day on the bike. What is your least favorite child to beyond where you're just like. Oh god why did i choose to ride this trail. Sure what is it. Our oldest roughest gnarliest. It's great were enduro race. That manpower bad day it gets exponentially worse a. To held trail for me at sugar bottom is just like if i was having a bad day it wasn't even the most segment was just like i'm not right in israel. I don't wanna do this today. I'm done if you only at one bike to cover. All your mountain. Biking needs across the entire country. I know this is like one of those tough ones. What would the travel front and rear be. Probably one fifty one fifty fifty one sixty one forty bike now and this level and out not one damn prolonged time. I love i in that. Just like i know for you. You came from a little bigger stuff but to me to even consider one. Fifty bikes just blows my mind and really like one forty one thirty one thirty one thirty one forty one thirty depending on where i'm writing. It is really good bike for me. In all conditions multiple. That's a one forty one. Thirty s pretty. nice bahrain. now yeah after a hard day coaching. What's your favorite snack. Snack or meal. let's see meal is find you. Reenlist burritos man. You can never get upset about a burrito angry breakfast lunch dinner. You know even if it's bad it's pretty good yet. Can't be that bad. I know the main components. And i'm for all of the worst thought it was pretty good all right and the last one. If you're a ba- give advice a piece of advice to a person standing at the.

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"overlook mountain" Discussed on What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

13:20 min | Last month

"overlook mountain" Discussed on What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

"Was the last straw. I broke my teeth. Mit's ler knocked out again in the the this bridge. Though it's been like twenty years right i broke my teeth out in like two thousand three or two thousand four something like that Riding a bike. I got a bridge and i had that for a long time. Then i got a new one two years ago and now it's broken rain so it's like time to do something with the teeth. It's old so a look. Like i'm looked years ago in a way 'cause i missing my teeth but but i'm older so it's like you're like oh yeah it's like i. I'm twenty years younger. Except i'm i'm older. The older far to me or older and logistics crappy is i did plus age. So it's rough kinda and then the pepper show. I haven't wanted to appear on the pepper show without my teeth and sell hopping hot seltzer. Ulcer it's been hard to like get out there with my brain and starting starving hopping hot. Uh selling that that was also kinda support definitely in. So i mean kind of away from these things. We went on vacation and it was inaccessible vacation in. I rode a path around giant sequoia trees. Big overlook mountain overlooks and twisty roads and streams. Who's nice. the kids liked it. The place we stayed they made me feel like maybe i would never use airbnb again seriously. Just go to a best western. They clean your room. They have free breakfast and they have to fly toilet paper to fly toilet paper. Just go there. It's all set up for you and airbnb. There is like low water pressure slow drain. I sat in a plastic chair. And you'll be show ancient in desiccated that is just exploded. I'm i'm like a two hundred pound man almost and like i should be able to sit in furniture at the poolside with our date. Exploding and cutting me and stuff so you know age. We wasn't great at the day airbnb. The plates were like some. Somebody's idea of a pain t plate and they were too big for the dishwasher. If you're setting up your airbnb. Make the plates. Sit in the dishwasher. Come on they had a curing thing but they only funny like blade. Plenty flavors there. I can't say that funny slavers. I have to talk like really deliberately. Finey flavors that's hard. I don't know that. I could be on the radio and do that. You're listening to kf jay z. Insurance like wow. It takes a lot of face movement into really how to move. You have to work your face to talk with no teeth. It's a lot of faith movement. Well i guess. I could do that but it's just really. It's it's a lot of face movement it really is I have to move my face a lot. I guess if that's your big brawl them. That's not too bad though. He's i can be grateful that. I just have to move my face a lot to talk on the radio. The i guess that's true when you're on the radio you have to talk anyhow whatever. Yeah talk leap thoughts. The what's the matter with me podcasts. I saw this movie and kind of it pretty pretty interesting. Film is called foul with val kilmer. Now almost didn't wanna talk about this. 'cause is another thing that i can't say val kilmer over there movie foul. It's on amazon. Maybe let me see yeah. It's on amazon. So it's called val and really sell that it's called the valle and he has throat cancer. He had through cancer and so it's giving him has running. These callers things where he has to kind of stick his thumb in his throat disease had like a tracheotomy or whatever and it kinda gives him a voice. it's like i am thou kilmer. It's kind of row body and you can tell it to really hard for him I i mean it seems like he. We'd be hard for anyone but for val kilmer who's been like thou kilmer all his life to have this. It's very public. He no he leaves a very public life but he's he's had some kind of it. Seemed like he might have been having some of the same feelings that i had And like some of the same epiphanies that like you're of a lot of you started to realize how much you have to be grateful for when you have inverse hadn't versity like i'm currently having but a lot of good things alive just incredible luck in anyway so it seemed like he's having some of the same feelings that i had but he was in top gun was saying the henry why the when they took away from that. But it's an interesting movie. I kind of don't like malcolm. I'm not sorry. Let me say that. I i am not a big val kilmer. I haven't been in my life. A being bell kilmer san and now we can't say his name so i don't know how much bigger can get but dangerous thing movie. Val and it made me think of the movie. My best fiend by verner hertzog and he talks about klaus kinski in how actors love the look on their face. They're like just the he'd they wouldn't have you just film their face. If if if if you indulge them they just have you look at their face to we way. This movie val kilmer val Val kilmer gets to do that. He's like i have thousands of hours of footage and it's like him messing around backstage at a movie set. And you're like yes. I guess you have the footage anyway. So that discussion. The burner hertzog has in my best fiend. And he's talking about klaus kinski and he talked about how the actors sister faces so captivating. And then it's the ultimate canvas and in a way made me think of that when they're watch this movie foul because i'm like this guy is yours messing around with the video camera and anyway but really cool story i. Surely he adds a lot to be grateful for. He was in tough gun but also a lot more come on seriously. There's there's more to be thankful for. But that is read. I've been live live streaming my lunch With hop in hot sauce where they put on it. And i have been taking a break since i broke my teeth ow. I don't know how i wanna show myself. I will be your it out. But i don't want to cause so check this out hopping hot sauce me eating my lunch on live streaming in a way. He's kind of subversive. Its way to show a disabled body live. Which is a complicated thing. You know like that kind of thing is not seen he's kind of offstage is obscene me in a way i'm disabled 'em live live live streaming my lunch and moving around in an that's part of the presentation and so i kinda dig that disabled body in space this is the what's the matter with me. Podcast kilmer foul my teeth or knocked out disabled body on live stream. You can see it. It's on your check it out anyway. Thanks for tuning into the. What's the matter with me. Podcast you can find past episodes on apple podcasts. Or what's the matter with me dot. Org and wherever you listen to podcasts. There thanks for tuning in email me. John hopping merle dot com. I'll give you a shoutout. Ps people that email me from the colt colt leader episode. I read your emails. And i thought about them. So thank you for sending them. You're all members of my call. Now we're in a call the call term. What's the matter with me. And i thought about wait. You said same me other coal messages at john. Jay chen at hopping world dot com h. o. p. b. i. n. w. o. r. l. d. dot com. I'll read your message. i'll think about it. Hey he want a shoutout be like it's cool. If you give me a shot up the colt thing being your cult leader is separate. Perron shoutouts although they can overlap that i got that in the cult leader rule books. Thank you for tuning into the. What's the matter with me. Podcast catch you next time..

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"overlook mountain" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:51 min | 4 months ago

"overlook mountain" Discussed on Conversations

"Back in two thousand and nine. Christiane van buren was in his twenties in outdoor advertising. And he planned a big overseas trip. He spent six weeks partying in south america. Then he became ill he can feverish and he had a cough that he just couldn't shake back in australia. He was at a business lunch in a swanky restaurant when he began to cough up blood. Doctors diagnosed him with a dangerous and rare form of a disease. That couldn't be treated with antibiotics and so in twenty ten. He was placed in quarantine inside a three meter by four meter hospital room at sydney hospital overlooking mountain place. While doctors tried to find a cocktail of drugs. That could drive the bug from all the nooks and crannies in his system who all trapped in that room christian through a cycle of emotions from self pity to fear to gratitude and then for fun he began to make these funny hip hop videos of himself in isolation and he posted the one a new service called youtube and they became famous all over the world and channel nine dubbed him. The fully sick rapper. Then in twenty ten after months of isolation christiane was released back into the world where everything looked smelt felt tasted great and he had a completely different sense of who he was and what he wanted to do with. These spoke with christiane just over a year ago. When all gone into lockdown of covid the whole thing was a bit eerily reminiscent of the last time he was put into captivity by disease. So me about your life. What it was like the christian. I guess i was just like any other twenty-seven-year-old dude lived a very active law stall a kind of lived for working hard partying hard socializing a lot using my weekends for drinking with friends by weekends. They probably stretched from thursday. Through sunday was single at the time had recently come out of a pretty long term relationship so my main focus is in life. Were kind of luck meeting girls and having a good time with my friends and doing what i could to succeed from a career level. What was your job at the time at the time always working for jc decode which are an.

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"overlook mountain" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:51 min | 4 months ago

"overlook mountain" Discussed on Conversations

"Back in two thousand and nine. Christiane van buren was in his twenties in outdoor advertising. And he planned a big overseas trip. He spent six weeks partying in south america. Then he became ill he can feverish and he had a cough that he just couldn't shake back in australia. He was at a business lunch in a swanky restaurant when he began to cough up blood. Doctors diagnosed him with a dangerous and rare form of a disease. That couldn't be treated with antibiotics and so in twenty ten. He was placed in quarantine inside a three meter by four meter hospital room at sydney hospital overlooking mountain place. While doctors tried to find a cocktail of drugs. That could drive the bug from all the nooks and crannies in his system who all trapped in that room christian through a cycle of emotions from self pity to fear to gratitude and then for fun he began to make these funny hip hop videos of himself in isolation and he posted the one a new service called youtube and they became famous all over the world and channel nine dubbed him. The fully sick rapper. Then in twenty ten after months of isolation christiane was released back into the world where everything looked smelt felt tasted great and he had a completely different sense of who he was and what he wanted to do with. These spoke with christiane just over a year ago. When all gone into lockdown covert the whole thing was a bit eerily reminiscent of the last time he was put into captivity by disease. So me about your life what it was like before you got sick christian. I guess i was just like any other twenty-seven-year-old dude lived a very active law stall a kind of lived for working hard partying hard socializing a lot using my weekends for drinking with friends by weekends. They probably stretched from thursday. Through sunday was single at the time had recently come out of a pretty long term relationship so my main focus is in life. Were kind of luck meeting girls and having a good time with my friends and doing what i could to succeed from a career level. What was your job at the time at the time always working for jc decode which are an.

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"overlook mountain" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"overlook mountain" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"The little boost of electromagnetic energy that the seeds received when they were. Being Storm these chambers or why they got the more robust crop yields, which is really fascinating study. Another thing that John Burke did. He. surveyed Karnak in France and showed that all of these large stones there. Had there. He also did magnetic polarity readings on those large monoliths, harnack. And showed how all of them had their. Clarity's aligned in the south Larry's ally every one of those giant stones as one side that's positive. One side it's negative and all of them were lined up with their negatives on one side positives on another. So when I talk about this again, my book. Very much like the particle accelerator. Now, why would you why you're pull attic your you know your your polarities all in one direction. in modern quantum physics, you do that to accelerate particles. So in in some regards. Be Layout at Karnak with those long long rows of stones our lessons, a type of particle accelerator as what what they were looking to accelerate particles for. Well. What are they doing it for its sern? Looking for the god of. Right. So you know, why wouldn't they be looking for something similar Of Thousands of years ago you still big rations while. Building Proton beams. Crap. That's the one in France. That's the. I'm trying to remember this is right. That's the one. There's like hundreds of them that there's tons of. Yeah. That's right. Okay. We should uh, some corn seeds in the large Hadron Collider. Pop it I'm sure they would pop second. Pot or Some Higgs. Popcorn. A new particle they're going to be searching for. All right man well, this has been excellent. Thank you so much tell everybody where they can find you and your work. On Line. Where can you find me? Well, we have a nonprofit called Overlook Mountain Dot Org that's For the Louis Hollow site, which is the site that your friend found his way to their woodstock serpents and the effigies and Drako Petra form so overlooked Mountain Dot Org is the nonprofit we do pours When there's no virus to infect everyone. Do programming and. Lectures and no power points up all. Of The vimy through now. Look man said, all right and everybody should get the book spirits in stone. Yes. My publisher would be Upset at me if I didn't push those a little bit. So the spirits in stone, there is mysteries of the ancient past and there's lost knowledge of the ancients those our previous books that are edited anthologies of research from different researchers around the globe. Looking at the mysteries. Of human consciousness acknowledging. Evolution. Human civilization. Some beer free to check those out as well. All right is there anything else that we missed that you think is important. Your listeners can check out the near website new, England antiquities research association and the A. R. A. Dot Org also nonprofit, and they're dedicated to studying, documenting, and preserving these ancient cultural sites understanding them in their proper cultural context I always like to. Plug them and I served as A. True terms as vice president a few years ago. They're good organization. Awesome. Next time we're up in the northeast what hopefully we can get on one of those tours with you. That'd be awesome. Yeah. That would be great. Definitely. Looked me up if you're up in this area and it'd be great to meet you guys, personable. Yeah. You'd like to have you down to the area where my uncle is in Vermont because there's some really interesting stuff. We'd like to get your you. Let you look at it and yes, your thoughts on it that'd be great. Sounds good guys. Thanks for having me and if you if you know the people who own the land that those serpent appetizer on tell them, we're sorry for our friend who trespass he didn't know it was just trying to have a look. Pass on the. It's actually owned by a foundation called Guardian antiquities.

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"overlook mountain" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"overlook mountain" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"Had a sophisticated as sophistication. going on you know. Not Talking. Contact five hundred years ago with bucket thousand, five, thousand and thousand years ago. They had a sophistication probably leftover from a no higher civilization that was lost when the younger drives event like slate. Clean. which around the same time that relations were we seating? So you had known you had really thick ice all the way down To Long Island coming across the mid west of America Yo the Wisconsin Illinois glaciers can down white art at the last glacier maximum that certainly would have scoured the landscape in anything underneath but after the receding of those glaciers. Ever civilization had their prior would have had to pick itself up and start up. And they would have had knowledge and skills, but not necessarily the resources to carry out So it would have been a preservation effort. You know let's keep this information is important knowledge live with? It until Until it's reset. into he records. and. No understanding and preserve what had happened. Yet news is a great great monuments. We see around Peru Egypt. Malta. Are the remnants. So they were tracking. You're talking about astronomical alignments. Did you do you think that any of it was aimed at? Professional understanding the as you have, you seen any evidence of that. Very much. So I think that's kind of the underlying key factor to all of this. Now man that must that must upset anybody that's you know that's an archaeologist. The yeah I mean there there. There are people like Anthony Vini at colgate university. He's got America's Premiere ARCHEA ASTRONOMER He understands that ancient people watch and got procession under and. It's just that when you go far enough back when the time of the Greeks, yeah we're signed to scientific and technical terminology didn't exist until the Greeks. So everything was was. Preserved in allegory and symbolism and mythology. That's. Lacking of technical or scientific terminology so you have to decode it. Dakota symbolism but procession is there. There's the wonderful book I'm sure you've heard of hamlet's mill. Yes. And that is their visas. There is the single preoccupation of preliterate in ultra was tracking at the procession of equinoxes. Now, the site that your friend told you about overlooked mountain in Woodstock, Drako Petra form that that you know a drako is very much a a Constellation tied to procession of equinoxes and understanding great year and the cycles of pine related. To. The concepts in the Uber's east Indian vettix scriptures in the Mayan tunes and up tunes in their long cycle calendars. They all looked at the effects in procession over great periods of time and how it affects human consciousness, the rise and fall of of a civilization technology. All of that is connected to procession. Now standing what procession is and how that affects us how that ties into the rise in. All conscious. That's that's a whole nother aspect of this mystery that is also equally fascinated. Yes I think so too and it's hard to it's it seems clear to us I think from everything we've talked about on our show. That ancient people were tracking this phenomenon now what they thought. It meant is a lot harder to understand. I agree that they do think that it had meaning effect on our lives. But. We've spent countless hours in here trying to decode what exactly they were are trying to seem to be trying to tell us with all their monumental structures. So what you see in the in the structures you've looked at in your area. Well in our area we see. LINEMAN's with summer solstice sunrise and a a rise of the played in the same position on the evening of somersaults. So that would That's like a processional clock if you take the reciprocal of viewing the summer solstice sunrise with the. Rise of ladies and you look in the other direction to be in a winter solstice sunset. On the on the shortest day of the year, you're going to see in alignment with the Galactic Centre happening in the evening of after the winter solstice sunset so. Again that alignment a galaxy at the solstice. Winter and Lyman of ladies in the summer. Evening Summer solstice sunrise was like a giant processional clock and the people of the ancient sky watchers would keep track of where those physicians were relegated to each other as the constellations will change, but the sun's position would stay the same. and that's and that's how they measure and keep track of procession. A until somebody you know until we forgot it or boss track, you know couple of generations went by had no people who may not have bought it was important but of course, it was paramount. Is, were those were that Where these sites are in specifically, I'm talking about a site in my book all dance camera point on the Hudson. River. Which is Big. Point of land and it has no line. Inches creek directly across the river on the solstice. Sunrise. And it was more in. This is actually where When Columbus was sailing up the excuse me went when Henry Hudson, sailing up the Hudson River. In sixteen o nine on his third voyage. Of Discovery Looking for the northwest passage, he was heading up the Hudson River and he You know the crew saw this giant. ceremony taking place on this point of land with natives dancing in a circle by fires, their bodies painted. And they call it the devil's chamber a because to the Puritan no calvinists Dutch calvinism anything that was native American and had spirituality. Is automatically devil worship. So they, they labeled it that and there's a lot of sites in the. Region that have that Devil Tag I noticed that actually yeah that's actually a clue that it was a native American spiritual site. Yeah. Every time we see that name somewhere where like we gotta go there you go check it out. And and that's a really good clue that it most likely was important place to the natives. Back thousands of years, and then the settlers came in and realize that label, the Devil's tombstone or devil's Acre. In. Growing up you know they're your double double work, right? Satan. So I have a question about the your point about the alignment with the center of the Galaxy and the winter solstice I thought that that was a phenomenon that was happening. right now and sort of like I guess roughly in eighty year period where that's happening but. That hasn't That in other words that that only happens at one period in the processional cycle. Now that's that's exactly right. Well, okay. What's going to happen with with ladies? It's GONNA rise in that same position but at a different time of the night, whereas on the summer solstice alignment is still going to happen. This is going to happen at different times time you've okay. Much later in the morning, you know much.

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"overlook mountain" Discussed on Riders Lounge Podcast

Riders Lounge Podcast

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"overlook mountain" Discussed on Riders Lounge Podcast

"M. X. my ballgame. This is motorcross where sixteen top riders will go head to head and throw down their Best FM run in the game are member Mosima used to be flat out playing Modo Games on his phone at events, but maybe with these first child on its way and Neyla married man maybe doesn't get as much time as he usually I'm sure he'll still want to win it. Actually if you haven't already changing into the rod is launch, facebook, or occasionally, when I'm allowed to jump on the nod of the jumps facebook page I've been doing some gameplay. Live streams, and the original idea was to release the first names of the right to be invited into this new series, but in the end I was just having so much fun playing online and getting some good Bantu going on a check it out if you WanNa see me. Garb Perot in video gaming, which has to be my next natural course of action so. Yeah, if there's any sponsors out there listening right now. Hey, hookup e. is the white guy. Actually Robe. Who looks after the night of the jump social? Is One of the best playa so far in Ti Amax and even crazier. Tia who is one of the main guys in crude and has never missed a single event in twenty years is sitting in first place on the leaderboard right now, so I guess in the Corona Times with that any freestyle events tears, definitely making the best use of time so I before I. Get why off track he let's get back to. To the man of the Ala, from Italy he has a few different projects, one of them is his ride and roll clothing. Lonzo you'll want to check that out. But Massimo has really carved at his own career in freestyle motocross, and you'll probably know him more from his step accomplishments with five highest air world championship titles from not of the jumps, a Silva Medal and two bronze medals at x Games in step up. But you might be surprised with how he got started getting into it all. On. A we are sitting at the lovely. Loretta Gulf clubbing. Nia Prague in the Czech Republic with. One of the older freestyle motocross riders Mosima Bianca. Cheney, thank you very much for joining. Thank you for four. Make me do this. PODCAST I didn't make you do it. You said you would happily common do. Didn't false you in now we. We've done this event together. A couple of times It's really fun to do the jam here with paid appeal out and next weekend. You also have your own. You have your jam paid. has his and you seem to go to each other's? Is there like a little special bond there? I think that me and Petra. We have a really good friendship and. I think is really good to help each other. I mean I come here for him and next week he will come to my place and we enjoy together and we'll outburst. He jotted because. He's a event. These really fine is really nice I took over also some of the boot rider James Than Lil. That is the first time that they come here and when I propose to them to calm immediately. They said he s because also about the situation that we have that we. We! We stay. Out of show for such a long time, never happened before. So these one is like the first for us. Also out of Italy saw that's perfect. It's such a fun Shar. I've twice that I can remember maybe three times. And this is probably one of the best shows I did every year that I was living here in Europe because there's no pressure to do anything exactly. The ramps perfect? The landings perfect and everyone's just to have fun. Is Liable lover is like to ride in garden because Petra and FM release is such a cool family and everything is perfect like there is nothing that you can say is not good, so is is is amazing exactly not I? Love it. He and I mean when neo prog was sitting overlooking mountains when over looking a golf course right now, thank you very much bit of putting in this Awesome Hotel and Prague is one of the best cities of every saying, of course, of course, it's like a holiday coming. Yeah, obviously, this Tom, not routing, and of course he's only they also for me, because when I'm at home. I am so busy, so. That take this four-day out is like relaxing. Relaxing, you're lookin' stress for. coffees of you had already this morning. What's the time now? Where at ten thirty only to unreturned? Is I. THINK WE'RE GONNA have to get the white. Copy for a Muslim are so you have a lot of stories I know you've got a lot of stories We do a lot of interviews at night of the Johnson. I just have to ask one. And you'll fill twenty minutes south perfect. But I WANNA get to. How did you get into motocross headed? You get into freestyle. Because I mean what you're forty one years old, I will turn on forty. One in October. Don't want to call too early, yeah! I mean I feel I. Still feel like good. We the had. Not really good with the body, but not fight drain if I go fees and Stafa I can. I feel good, but my problem is that when I'm K- I'm not doing nothing. And when I start having pain I go again, so I wish to to go like every Sunday to defeat. For my back and stop because anyway. Is such a long time. I'm on the bike and for sure for my body's not. That good young by forever is like our portent everyone. Oh, that is hard, so so did you get into motocross from half is is it a family thing? Yeah, he's a long long long story I. Mean I started writing the bike when I was three years old and I start first with the by can then with the bicycle saw was crazy or really. With a motorbike and then went back to the bicycle. So. I started when I was two years old and then when. I did my first race in like with the kids. And then from that time until when I was fourteen, I was riding every weekend like a competition for kids like cross. And then when I was fourteen, my that told me okay. If you want to be a professional writer now he's time to be a professional. Until this time, it was like joke for me and my family. Never? Push me like to do. It was just a fun for me. Those knaw Nostra's nor nor training. If I want training, I go, if not nothing, so that's was perfect for the mentality, and also I think now for the kids. Is. Is the way to to became a professional. And then when I was fourteen I turn to one twenty five and I started writing. Italian championship European Championship and I ride a lot around all over Europe. And then. When I was. Eighteen, nineteen, more or less? Yeah Nineteen admit the Miki. Monte Oh. Yeah, yeah, the Godfather off a motorcross in Italy. Mean was such a good writer and that moment. He men Fob your Baluchi that these another Italian writer that was writing were championship and supercross. They teach me how to do supercross. And they took. They took me all over Europe for the for the supercross. international liking addict. Super Crossing Germany and France better. See really you're running those muscles. All all the super crawls internationally neural guided like I comp I. Compete in so. 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"overlook mountain" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"overlook mountain" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And this really like a power spot for you. A space where you were absolutely faith. And and I can go to be healed and to collect yourself and, uh When a person is Needs needs a safe haven needs. Answers need quiet time rehabilitation. For many people, it is good to go to Be quiet. Place like fit where you're absolutely Safe. And, um alone. And, um, empowered. It is also your power spot. Um, I Just people that they visualized place. It usually works one of three ways. Visualize the place beside Water. In the woods. Or maybe in the mountains. On a cliff usually works bluff overlooking. Mountains. Ah, bluff overlooking the ocean always works for me. And you find A place that's just perfect for you. And then you go there and you, you build it in your mind. And you constructed And It becomes your Personal Safe special. Our spot. And when you go there, you know you will be come healed. You will become energized. Rejuvenated. It's a great thing to dio. The beauty of it is you point out is sometimes in the physical world. We don't have the kind of luxury of that kind of seclusion and safety. And so within the inner world, we have the ability to build them. And, of course, when Masters Have done this collaboratively. And I remember interviewing. Oh what is the gentleman's name? Any climb Mount Everest, And as he was losing consciousness, he saw the Buddhist monks. You weren't there physical body, but he saw them in their non physical bodies gathered in their purple robes at the top of the mountain. And of course, this is a place that they project in meditation, so we can even meet other people over time. If people said our we're all creating, you know this teepee or this home and thousands of us are going to meet in this dome and sure enough souls meet sometimes in meditation. And they may never meet on the physical playing. That's a very good point in and a lot of people just don't get that, but there were you know, I think it explains a lot of deja vu moment. Two way of explaining it. You know where you've seen someone. And a meditative state and then you see them and then you realize You've been there together. Um, but, yeah, I mean, it's like another way of looking at this is like a And after Walter That's a nice expression for those that might not value the importance of these kinds of collective willing for good. It's it's truly in an elevator for the world, and so let us never underestimate these powers of our consciousness. To make a difference in the physical world. Oh, yeah. I mean, we spent so much time trying to differentiate herself individuals that we are truly all connected. Absolutely no sense. And you and you are me and the tree out front of me. That's absolutely right. And the squirrel on it. And the nut that falls filthy Frank. In fact, our guest is author Von Brauchler B R. A S C H l E. Are you confined him online by Googling His name is book seven Secrets of time travel. Mystic voyages of the energy body, and you can order coffee directly by calling the publisher 1 800 to 46 86 48. I highly recommend it seven phenomenal exercises. If you ever really said Well, she I really want to know how to do this, and I don't know how now you can with von Brush. Lear's book, Seven Secrets of Time. Travel mystic Voyages of the Energy Body, a Destiny Book 2012 release. Frankly, we're here. Yes, A s builders is still open for business.

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"overlook mountain" Discussed on The Bitter Southerner Podcast

The Bitter Southerner Podcast

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"overlook mountain" Discussed on The Bitter Southerner Podcast

"Welcome back on this episode. We're talking about perceptions of APPALACHIA and I wanNA introduce you to another contributor to the Book Appalachian Reckoning that. We've been talking about her name is Ivy Brochure and for ten generations. Obvious family has lived down the left fork of Mace's creek. That's in Perry County Kentucky. County seat hazard now. She's the Appalachian Transition Director at something called the Mountain Association for Community Economic Development in Berea Kentucky. She's also rider whose work has appeared. Not only in the bitter southerner but also in the Huffington Post and other outlets ivy is in her early Thirties. And she says she seen way too. Many over-simplified stereotypical images about the mountain people. She loves I've made it my entire life actually to combat those narratives Which are oftentimes false. And misleading about Who Lives in this place Who gets to claim it as their own and who gets to tell the stories about the place and so when I was asked to be a part of this Part of this book I I was glad to do it and was glad to share some stories of my people. My family and my place as a way to further complicate the narrative of Appalachia FRAPP Appalachian Reckoning Ivy contributed an essay called. Keep your allergy Appalachia. I knows very much alive. We publish that in the Bidder Southerner magazine too and she opens up piece by talking about her granny della who absolutely never backed down from a fight especially when it came to defending her home and her family della combs brashear had had enough. She backed her cadillac long ways across the one lane road in front of her house with the Virginia. Slim in her mouth pulled her thirty eight pistol from her purse and waited stone faced and determined for the next culture to come along. The trucks have been running day. Not Up and down the head of the lift work of Mesa's creek in front of her house every day for weeks. They were coating every bit of furniture in an outside her home with a thick layer of coal dust. Her kitchen counter the rocking chair. She said in while watching the process rot in the morning and wheel of fortune in the evening the porch swing the hanging ferns that encased her porch nothing escaped the intrusive insidious dust kicked up from the road. By the trucks. They barrelled back and forth to the Strip man on the overlooking mountain. The dust swirled in thick grey clouds around the house sweeping in under the front door and closed windows. It buried everything no matter dillas efforts to keep the todd's at bay coldest soon nominees were inescapable. There's only so many times a woman bound to the code of CLOROX. Pledge and WINDEX can clean up after someone else's miss before the time comes to act. She wasn't afraid of jail. They'll give me three hot meals a day and a place to sleep. She proclaimed to my dad when he tried to persuade her to remove her. One woman barricade and she wasn't really making a political stand against an oppressive thieving industry. She was more interested in defending her home from unwanted unclean intrusions. That was Obvi- bushier reading portion of her essay. Keep your allergy. She says our beloved granny. Delo is very much the fierce mountain woman an archetype that those of us in Appalachia know and revere Granny Della was never more fierce than when it came to protecting her family when it came to standing up for her family and her place but also she was very joyful The joy that she had was really infectious And the joy for laugh that she had was really infectious. And I think that's also something that we need to tell these stories because appalachian joy is not really featured in these negative stories that we see for Avi telling the stories of Appalachia helps keep memories like the one that she has of her granny. Del Alive honestly. I'd look for any opportunity to bring her back Back to laugh in back to me and share with the world. When I read in the story about Della I thought about an even more complex thing. The true civil rights moment of my mother. Now that last voice you heard belongs to Marie Cochran. Murray was born and raised in southern Appalachia specifically and to Coa Georgia which is in Stevens County about ninety miles east of where I grew up and that means that my home town is named after Alexander Stevens. Who's the vice president of the confederacy and it also has a Cherokee named for the city and so? It's like a walking contradiction. Marie and I met because she runs a most amazing organization. It's called the Appalachian Arts Project. And then yes. You heard that right. After election he gathers work of black artists from the mountains and art exhibitions and they travel to steamed venues like the most recent at the August Wilson Cultural Center in Pittsburgh and going back to her mother. Marie Remembers Living Into Cohen. The nineteen seventies long after schools in her community were desegregated and she says her mom did something pretty amazing that lives in her memory. She had been told okay. This is the bus that your children catch and she noticed that okay. We'll just happens to be you know all the black cat kids in the community but one day I think one of us was sick or something and she saw another bus. Come by. We had to walk down the street to the corner to this. I bust the bus. And then she saw this other bus comebacker house and she said wait a minute. My kids don't have to walk down to the corner. There's another bus. So she stood in the middle of the road and stopped the bus.

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"overlook mountain" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:10 min | 1 year ago

"overlook mountain" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Which is eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two we have Wanda from Long Island on the line he wanted thanks for calling hello thank you for calling a wonderful show and and I came in last week on the tail end of something and I didn't hear the whole conversation you had with this person it was about a place in I believe it was New York state that had is civility similar to Yosemite well there are no real question you sent me was where they have the geysers Yellowstone who knows and and I it will if it was your sanity I mean there is great places to hike in New York state that have the same kind of gorgeous waterfalls and me too you can go up to the Catskills you go to Watkins Glen state park and the easing hiking I in that region or you go to overlook mountain which isn't far from Woodstock and you get kind of a Yosemite vibe but in terms of geysers you know someone to your car I believe in the last the end of the last show we were talking partly about Montana and a little piece of Yellowstone National Park pops over the border into Montana we were talking about that and that you might have thought we were talking about New York state this is a just a bit of a stir public service as per service announcement if you ever want to go back and listen to any of our episodes you can do it they're all stored and you go to Frommer's dot com slash podcast is that right yes and you can find them all there you don't have to have a pocket you can stream them right there on the website if you don't podcast yourself so if you ever have any questions you're always go back into archives and and enjoy this you round the clock if you're that crazy yes okay so that then this place was an act and not in New York state I know of no geysers in New York state we don't have that kind of geo thermal on geology here on fashion well maybe fortunately miniature market that no no thank you wonder for calling let's Nick move next to Gina in Edgewater New Jersey Gina your live in the former travel show what's on your mind hi I have two questions actually and I'm going to March to the travel show you know okay just let me give it and add a plug if you don't mind I will be speaking at noon tomorrow down in the basement they keep need underground but a nice big room please come by and hear me at noon at the travel show so sorry go ahead Gina gene are you there did we lose Gina she's already going on to the travel it is on like they put you in this office wine cellar it's not like the main floor has the windows either it's just you know when an upper level after level is the market place in the lower level is this night okay I hear we have Gina back Gina thank you or so my first question isn't taking a cruise from San Diego and and in Vancouver and I was wondering what's going to fly out of Seattle what's the best way to get from Vancouver to Seattle is that like a train or about your sentiments car that's a good question I mean why did it in my own car the last time I did that I'm sure there must be a train but what your second question and Jason will I'll to his magic on the first question you and I talk okay second question is I'm going to Rome by myself June for a couple of days and on quantity three correct I want to go to Naples of pizza because I'm obsessed with that one and any other suggestions like should I go to a little girl with a discount would you suggest for day trips you've been to Rome before I have my love oh okay all right well there's there's probably the fastest from Rome would be to go to like Sienna because I know that there's a high speed train there she won't spend too much time of look Hey you to spend a lot of time driving I don't think there's a direct train there so you would probably that would probably be a three and a half four hour drive which I think would be rough for a day trip about CN I can be done in a day you can also as you were saying go to Naples in a day there are also some very interesting hill towns in the region of the lot CO which is the state that holds Rome and surprisingly they don't get that much tourism but some of them are really really fascinating you may want to look at a guide to lot CEO if you look at Frommer's dot com we should have some information and there's also of course of the old port of Roma Ostia antica have you ever been there that's also a fun day trip it's an old Roman port on about forty five minutes from the center for home on the train now Jason do you have an answer on the first question yeah well yeah I was looking to see if there's good train service and there really isn't that happened there there is train service but on the Amtrak but it only goes a couple times a day so that's not great but there once a bus services bowl bus gonna quick shuttle on their their you know it's easy to find bus takes about three hours or so including the border some people also suggested that if the berries are in your favor you can go to Vancouver Island and then get a ferry to Seattle there but I have a look deeply into that but it's something to look into there's no there's a very good website called Rome to Rio the latter Rome like the city you're going to the number two and then Rio and it usually shows you in one quick burst all of the different options from getting from point a to point B. to every every part of the world great okay wrong three out okay all right thank you so much sure have a great time Gina let's turn to Peter in Southport Pennsylvania Hey Peter you are live in the fur was show where is Southport no it's Stroudsburg O. okay in the Delaware water yes I. know Stroudsburg give it was spelled Southport here on our screen okay well what's on your mind okay so parenthetically because it's not what I called about there is actually a little guys we are no where Saratoga springs in the road the old Roosevelt bad where my wife and I went recently to you know do the thermal you know that treat I mean the thermal but the the bass which they keep the water in but right near there down down the mountain yeah because the water off from some of the springs all the streets are different and some of the spring are naturally carbonate and so I guess the the the pressure from the carbonation yeah it's just more guys runs that only and that they could tell you right at the Roosevelt band with how to you know when your weight down within it's about it's baby shoes and the air can continue with bad so it's a little it's a little better and it goes continuously I get that from the natural you know carbonation you know gas pressure right that's really cool thank you Peter and I know you had another reason for calling so you know the reason for calling and I I've been traveling here that I used to carry into my aunt an old book called Europe in five to ten dollars thanks so that's literally five and ten dollars today yeah that that the original book value that's how long I've been traveling I got a cruiser but we I took my dad mom on a cruise a few years ago one of these two day think I'm back and we had a very bad experience with my dad lives and I don't really I cracked the ship and we then found out through a lot of research on my part yeah when you get injured on a on a ship or you have some sort of medical issue you are in a whole bunch of but trouble because and what you don't get informed about in the band is that you're you're not subject if you're you can't sue them you are you coming on Thursday the the international maritime law not United state law and I spoke with a whole variety of different maritime law attorneys who were not surprisingly a lot of them centered in South Florida and you know eight you were and I I had a friend who daughter work on it on a a Disney cruise ship and she adds an employee had an accident so good to know yeah absolutely well thank you for calling Peter ad but I loved hearing about the geysers but this is good information to we have to take another break to old in in Jamaica we will take you when we get back if others of you who'd like to call the lovely Janice sitting ready waiting for your call the number is eight hundred eight four eight W..

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"overlook mountain" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"overlook mountain" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"It was John was the great great great uncle of which U. S. president correct answers Harry Truman normally Matt leaves me a little couples sentence explanation but there's no explanation needed it was just there's a great great great uncle has really is yeah and Steve from Beverly Massachusetts a one the ski passes to Waterville valley congradulations Steve a trivia contest obviously brought to you by Waterville valley resort for all things Waterville valley visit Waterville dot com virtual reality have either of you ever used any virtual reality headset for an extended period of time I have yeah when I bought my Google phone they had that pixel had set that went along the phone into the head said yeah and then and then around here yeah and so I don't remember what I think it came with a remote control or something like that that could play some pretty basic like shooter type games it it didn't that was not appealing to me I got headaches every time I do yeah I did to goal friend John mony of the show he brought and the one the Samsung why you slap yet that and then I was like on a helicopter overlooking mountains and everything I was like oh this is cool and then I got like severely motion sick from it there was one really cool one I have to say it was not it there's not videos like C. GI of you scuba diving with sharks okay and terrifying it was it was absolutely horrified I.

"overlook mountain" Discussed on Hell and Gone

Hell and Gone

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"overlook mountain" Discussed on Hell and Gone

"After he retired. My dad built a big country home that's a replica of one of Thomas Jefferson's houses, the French colonial white Colin plantation house sits on top of a mountain. Overlooking Mountain View architecturally, it's beautiful. But because it overlooks the town everyone knows where we live. It's quiet here at night. Dead quiet except for the sound of an old ticking grandfather clock. After we locked the gate. We hunker down. My war room upstairs to take another look at the murder board. In this whole region. I mean, we saw the storm there's a huge drug problem. And I get why there's this big focus on drugs, but in this case, and again, you know, everything we take a case by case in this case, it really wasn't a factor or doesn't seem to have been. I think that they genuinely thought that Chris might have had something to do with it. And also perhaps thought was well, he's a bad guy. He does drugs. He's on drugs. It was just really easy to sort of slot him into that and say, maybe he did it, and we really don't even know why he got accused of it. While still don't understand why an and granted the police aren't sharing evidence. So there could be evidence we don't know about. But I mean, I really have no idea why he was named as a suspect other than I mean, I'm in my head. I'm always thinking like how could it have happened? The only thing that I have found or that I can recall that would really put him there. Is when Rebecca call Jesse saying that she needed new alternator, but he couldn't provide that. So she called Chris. So if she did call, Chris, and if Chris was in her recent context that is literally the only reason that I can think of that made the cops even go towards him. Right. But that's still not. I still don't understand where they went from there to he did it because he has a bad rep. Yeah. I think so unless there's some major piece that we're missing I think so because there's no DNA evidence that implicates him. And again, that's that's another thing. We've got going on a tangent. Again, that really troubles me about this case is that there is a there was a ton of evidence mouse and a lot of blood. So why was there? No, usable forensics. Why was there? No, usable DNA evidence. Chris did this. Wiser, no DNA is it because it was messed up or because it wasn't there. We've explored the police theory that Chris killed her Becca and drug fueled rage. And this fringe be helped him clean up. We've concluded that. This doesn't make sense. It seems like Chris and J B Were in the frame because a they were both involved in drugs and be they both talk to Rebecca recently. And since we saw the autopsy report, it looks more and more like Rebecca's murder was unplanned crime of passion, but not a drug fueled rage. I don't buy the theory that there is no DNA from Chris because he got lucky Chris's DNA is not there because Chris was never there. But if they didn't kill Rebecca who did. Now, we need to go back to another rumor we've heard about the murder that female or a group of people, including a female killed her Becca, and that group centers around Jennifer, Jennifer is the common thread of everyone in the group and at the time of Rebecca's murder. Jennifer. For was dating Rebecca's ex boyfriend Justin and she was pregnant with his child at the time. Jennifer was also good friends with sending who is dating. Chris. She knew JB too because he lived in her rental house and also Jennifer new Casey from working at sonic. Several witnesses have told us that Jennifer got into an argument with Rebecca over Justin on at least one occasion, we've heard sometimes fights turned physical and Rebecca was not the kind of girl to back down from a fight. Several members of Rebecca's family have mentioned feeling like Jennifer May have been involved in some way. The police say Jennifer had an alibi for the day of the murder. They claim she was shopping and say their credit card receipts to back this up. But again since they aren't sharing any information with us. We can't rule out until we verify the information ourselves. Hello. Oh, hey, it's Katharine Townsend. Oh. Don, sure, this is Shirley Rebecca's mother. The last time she talked to her daughter was on Sunday the day before Rebecca was murdered..

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"overlook mountain" Discussed on Dreamland

Dreamland

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"overlook mountain" Discussed on Dreamland

"The afterlife revolution. It's available in paperback as a kindle and as an audio book on audible dot com. Amazon dot com. Audio book stock com. Wherever audio books are sold Whitley Strieber one of the great authors of our time Wardei kings the way we think about nuclear war communion led millions to realize that they had encountered the visitors superstorm gave a word to the world that has become the by word of our time. The key is among the most prophetic books. A written and where can you get inside the mind that created all this on unknown country dot com where Whitley's life stories his powerful meditations his books, communion transformation. The secret school at others are available in audio format and so much more exclusive Whitley Strieber material join Whitley on the path to tomorrow how subscribe unknown country dot com. Today we're talking to Glenn Kreis Berg, the secrets of megalithic America in his book spirits in stone. If you're interested in preservation go to overlook mountain dot org. It's very important, beautiful sight. It's a place I hiked an and many, many times in our life together in upstate New York. The most wonderful period certainly of my life and of Annie's two. Although she was a more of a. City girl. She was much happier in at a play in Manhattan and she was hiking overlook mountain, but she did it by goodness. She definitely did it. Now we were. We're talking about something more than a civilization. We're talking about a world view that is not just confined to the northeastern United States and the central United States now central United Sates the Sean guns and the Catskills and the mound builder culture, but also then the upper Michigan peninsula and the fact that the copper was almost certainly mind there and taking all the way to Europe and then farther east as you point out in your marvelous book. Anger want comes into play. Now, there is a very interesting website that you can click through from the links section on unknown country dot com. Folks that is a GED sick site. And what it does is it shows that the great pyramids Easter Island anger want and numerous other sacred sites are all on exactly the same GED's Cline which if you put a horizontal vertical line through it, it would have a poll. That's about twenty two hundred miles west of the current North Pole physical North Pole, meaning that the sites probably were built at a time when the planet was till. Differently. Now. What do you think of the possibility is that Graham Hancock and Randan rose, FLA math, discuss that the planet occasionally moves on its core perhaps, and it's orientated towards the son of roughly changes.

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"overlook mountain" Discussed on Dreamland

Dreamland

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"overlook mountain" Discussed on Dreamland

"Up and provided the funds to purchase land company called guardian and tick. Redes research was orm and they partnered with the overlook amount and center that nonprofit that we started, and we started the land. We protect the site. We conduct interpretive tours and hikes that take folks and introduced into these onset of argument strana me and landscape park Yala g and the types of things that we see up on the Louis hollow site. So it's been a wonderful project and his grown over the years and all the information can be read about on on the overlook. Mountain dot org. Well, that's great because I was very interested in preservation of the land back when I was living there because there's a lot of development pressure of course, and I put the fifteen hundred acres that I had on a perpetual green one of those deeds which. Forbids any development. And I also specifically preserved as historic site a grave behind my my house about fifteen hundred or five hundred yards behind the house. That was a stone, Karen, that two men came to the house saying that they were Delaware Indians, but I don't know whether they were what they were in that saying that the grave was sacred to their to their tribe. And so I- specifically preserved that site as no archaeology allowed in it in the deed. The reason being that it was a grave and my concern was that it would be Doug archaeologically in the and the or that the artifacts if any in it would simply be removed without reference to the concerns of the people involved, which is, of course been done. The world, it's nothing unusual. Well, that's that's really an amazing story to hear. Not not necessarily terribly surprising because that whole region, you know, the swung and the especially that route to the old mine road that corridor that went through along the roundout Bali, you know, as as long as there's been people in that region going back, you know, probably more than fifteen thousand years. Naming wandering through there and at the Delaware or people who claim to be Delaware defendants. You know, that would make sense because they were people. They were local Muncie that lived in that area as long as well as the soaps, which a little further east and north in the Catskills and those valleys converge, the focus and the rundown valley very much converge right around Kingston right in this was of course south of. Kingston a few miles. So Yep. Now I want to later. I wanna get into the whole business of the way in particular in which this whole region is haunted and how that might have some kind of relationship to to what was done there because obviously somebody took the sacredness of this area very seriously and understood it and want to now talk about the relationship as we build toward that question between this region and the mound builder region the serpent mound. Now, can you speak a little bit to what the connections are, how they work. Amount in Ohio. Another fascinating earth work also mirrors Drako. There is research that shows that a great portion of the serpent mound in fact, is a reflection of constellation Drinko which being circum polar constellation always help ancient cultures understand procession of equinoxes and how celestial north changes over time due to the wall and his great cycle on his procession..

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"overlook mountain" Discussed on Dreamland

Dreamland

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"overlook mountain" Discussed on Dreamland

"This is Whitney Strieber and this is dream land. You've reached the edge of the world today. We're going to have a very interesting time on Reno. Landau is a few weeks ago. Quite surprised when I opened a book called spirits in stone, the secrets of megalithic America, and lo and behold saw photographs of a of a stone structure that was within a mile of the old cabin. I used to live in in upstate New York. Now we're not going to go into any detail about exactly where all of these sites are for obvious reasons. There's all kinds of people in the world, and most of you would treat them with great respect. But if even one person heard this and went out and started knocking them down, that would be really tragic. So we can't let that happen, but so don't worry about that part of it. We're going to be talking. About the some about what above all was going on in the deep past in that area. And in fact, all around the world because mankind was a different kind of species than we thought differently in many ways, perhaps better than we do now, we're going to be talking to Glenn Kreis Berg about spirits in stone, and he has walked every inch of that magical area and many other areas in the world around the world that are connected with Glenn. Welcome to dreamland. Thanks for having me Glen, you actually grew up in this region. You live there now near overlook mountain in Woodstock. Is that correct? Yet? Born born and raised in Woodstock, New York area, the catskill mountains. So you know, it will. That's interesting to me. I'm never spinner viewed anyone who had anything close to the amount of knowledge of that area that you do Glenn's website by the way is overlook.

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"overlook mountain" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"overlook mountain" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"You are back with Madari house with me under Melissa with me, Terry St. us knee and Michael Binion to New Zealand. Now where the overseas investment amendment Bill stick with it, this gets more exciting has passed parliament. The practical upshot of which is that it will henceforth be exceedingly difficult for people who are not residents or citizens of New Zealand to buy property there. The Bill is a response to run away. Real estate prices widely believed to have been driven by foreign investors and speculators. Michael, is this a a sensible measure which will enhance the opportunities for local people to own their own slice of the Kiwi dream will raise this grandstanding populace Nelson's. Now I think it is quite a sensible measure. It's pretty dramatic. It's probably more drastic than need have been, but to take some action to stop speculation driving people out of the market, particularly local people who then come by houses all finding that all beauty spots in the country are in the hands. Of overseas speculators who rarely go there and fence off the land. That's another thing that is annoyed people that some people have come in bought huge estates, overlooking mountains or along coastal parts, and then told local people, they may not use the foot pilots anymore. Land should be for the benefit and use of people living in the country concerned. Obviously others can may buy property, but it should be limited or there should be attacks all. There should be something to discourage a buying up vast tracts simply in order to make a quick profit Terry. The argument against that is that property sales to foreigners in New Zealand currently are around three percent in fairness that's amplified in downtown Auckland considerably where it's twenty two percent is this likely to make that much of a difference to the New Zealand housing market, which we we should acknowledge has become in the last few years as it has few other places, Australia. Is a case in point as well quite fantastically expensive. Yes. I mean, this is a problem that, yeah, we see this problem in London where one of the things that people complain about is overseas buyers coming in and buying houses and not living in them. Leaving places empty. He say, this is three percents of the property market by value in two percent of the housing. Yes. Some of these places are going to be as you say, big expensive glamorous places with with huge estates and say, well, but it's not really going to solve the problem, partly because it's the question as it is in London elsewhere of housing supply. If there's not enough housing stock, if there's not enough ability for people to get into the market at the lower end, you know somebody coming along and buying avast country. Estate is not the problem for somebody who's trying to get on the housing ladder at the bottom end and buy their first flat. That's not they're not competing in the same. Part of the market and in the very top end of the market, I mean, there have been reports of the types of people he might be weighing up initially by my own space project, or shall I a large chunk of New Zealand. Just in case there's an apocalypse and I need to go somewhere far away pups in a in a rocket. If you're the kind of person you can get around this because you can. You can invest enough money. It tends to be in a country. You can often find ways that you apply for citizenship, or you apply for residency and you. You live in a place for enough days that you work your way around the rule so that you could give a southern extraordinarily.

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"overlook mountain" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"overlook mountain" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Oh i need a wet suit i need triathlon pants i need a bike any shoes and shoes clipped into my bike so i can get a quick tr that's transition time t t t one t one transition one is out of the water onto the bike by the way of google everything you need to know about triathlons i can tell you everything i've bought four pairs of swim goggles to go swimming this morning so i could test out to see if i could swim four hundred meters that's how long the swim is for the triathlon i'm looking at four hundred meters four hundred meters is roughly four hundred fifty seven feet the pool i'm training at twenty five four seven yard the pulham training at twenty five yards so if i can go every day and i know that this isn't how he trained for mayor triathlons all the fucking videos swimming the distance there's just winning the distance but let me tell you something i have a feeling swim five hundred meters five hundred yards jogs remodels and then get on my spin bike and spin for fuck in an hour i think i can do the triathlon so that i'm going to try it one day because i wanted to sprint drive on i know my brain starts going bird to the olympic triathlon thought bert do the sierra nevada triathlon where it's even shorter sprint but you're at seventy five hundred feet altitude it's fucking gorgeous open water swims in a lake overlooking mountains with and you're in a wetsuit she got a little buoyancy by the way i've done so much fucking research on triathlons i will not share with you everything i know like what are we train and socks for real athletes don't train it socks they clip in they have little clips on the back of their.

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