21 Burst results for "QOM"

"qom" Discussed on Beekeeping Today Podcast

Beekeeping Today Podcast

05:38 min | 4 months ago

"qom" Discussed on Beekeeping Today Podcast

"On holidays keep that in mind. So would it be fair to say you wouldn't put a pollen trap on the same high that you have your ross round would it make a difference battlecry. Maybe disagree with me. I have you only is that. I have on trips. Hit ross rounds on. Because they're just overflowing with these and you know they're they're great pollen factors also really did home builder so i have bulls of those on at the same time and those cons during break. You can't do that to every colony. Have those collies that you can do that with some time. So it is possible egypt. Aptitude your colleagues. Frankly yeah i would agree with that. You know that if you're trapping on your trap and follows is you're making honey. You're making hundreds two different things. So let me jump back to the ross rounds again in qom production basic question. We don't need to spend a lotta time here. But there are a race of b that is better for production. Do you like italians. better. For for the for the ross rounds the production versus carney olin's or doesn't make a difference or no. I don't think it makes a difference because we've got a plethora of different varieties out. Here is as far as a production. I don't think that earn issue difference for you might where you might see. A difference is a certain type of these natural instinct to swarm now again. You're building those colonies opt for high action numbers of bees And you're sometimes making them congested. So if you have a certain style either likes to swarm then you might run into some more issues versus a diplomat. Doesn't like to swarm i. it depends on i. Think more of the swarming instinct rather than building. You do get swarms catch swarm and put a ross round super on top of it and they still have out like crazy so our screen. There's hope for my bs yet. Kim you mentioned that you trap a lot of pollen that you sell in your store. packaging cleaning. How does all that work. So essentially with the sundance traps The pollen that we get very clean because of how their mill they're made It's when you take the colin out your little drawer you take it out every day..

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Mainstream Media Cannot Underestimate Who Iran's President-Elect Ebrahim Raisi Is

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 5 months ago

Mainstream Media Cannot Underestimate Who Iran's President-Elect Ebrahim Raisi Is

"Racy is also likely to succeed the ailing Ali Khamenei. In other words, run the whole country is the supreme leader. Is deeply describing record in mindset, Warren Close examination. So who is this guy racy? Has it been reported on any cable news program has been reported on any network news program. Course not. Raisi became an Islamist ideologue as a teen studying in the seminary in Qom. After the revolution when he was only 19 years old and lacking any university education. He was appointed as a prosecutor. Rising over the following four decades to fill the positions of attorney general keep a deputy chief justice and, most recently, chief justice. Iran's theocratic dictatorship. Most notably racy, was one of four members of a death committee. Responsible for the 1988 execution of thousands and thousands of Iranian prisoners of conscience in the space of a few months. The ideologically motivated mass executions constituted both at crime against humanity and genocide, a cleansing of religious infidels, according to international human rights expert Geoffrey Robertson. It was a massacre, he says comparable with those that shrimp Branca And Kate and Forest. Raisi would typically spend only a few minutes with each prisoner. Some young Children. Asking them questions to test their allegiance to radical Islam. The prisoners, mostly leftist revolutionaries, who would help bring the regime to power typically refused to feign loyalty, even after prolonged and brutal torture. Which in some cases, was personally directed and overseen by racing himself. It's estimated that a minimum

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"qom" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"qom" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Fifties you're a little on the cool side 53 news. Service off progressive insurance ready for Wall Street stocks jumped to start the week The Dow soared. 410 points the S and P 558 for the day and the NASDAQ closed up 200 for optimism that Democrats and Republicans in Congress can reach a deal on another Corona virus Relief bill helped to push stocks higher. Several companies announced big mergers and acquisitions and that also help to lift the markets. Big tech stocks, which have been getting the most criticism for getting too expensive following their strong pandemic run did the bulk of the heavy lifting energy stocks made broad gains after Devon Energy and W P X Energy agreed to combine. Cleveland Cliffs jumped 11.2% after it said it would by the U. S business of Steel making in mining giant Arcelor Mittal for $1.5 billion. The company's US listed stock rose 10.5% Oil prices closed, higher. Benchmark crude was up 35 cents to call it a day at $40.60 a barrel dairy evolving or ABC News. Stay with me. Many are calling it the fake ist of fake news say that 10 Times fake ist of fake news to explain. Here's ABC is Jim Ryan knew help in the battle against misinformation. It may be the fake ist of fake news. The deep fake. That's when you use artificial intelligence technologies to manipulate Media and Tom Berta, VP of Microsoft says you're talking about media that's been manipulated to create a new image or sound that never really occurred. Microsoft is introducing what it calls the video authenticator to scan pictures and videos and create a score and that score Comptel, a user the confidence that the tool has That the image or the video you're looking at has been created using synthetic media. Another way to guard against news being manipulated a bit of digital tracking that can put AH watermark on piece of video or audio, which could help to certify that the news you're seeing or hearing is the really thing I'm Jim Ryan, ABC News said. Let's head downtown, with 700 spry in Qom, people of downtown and over the Rhine and East wanted heals all in Cincinnati City Hall. Asking counsel for help to deal with motorcycle riders who they say have taken over their streets and parks. As president of the downtown residents Council I have observed and heard from many citizens about the menace of the excessively noisy and reckless Operation of large numbers of motorcycles for Wheeler's on our streets and in our parts, many of them floating there careless behavior while flouting the law. While the residents hope the colder weather we'll leave the problem. For now, they say a long term solution is still needed. And Brian Combs, NewsRadio seven W Here's the 12 pitch swing and a miss. He struck him out. About that effort by Trevor Bauer. And he and Vogel back trade words is Our marches off the field After striking out three straight after the first two reached, it was announced Monday that the Reds Trevor Power was being recognized as the National League pitcher of the month. In September, Bauer made five starts where he posted a 1.2 90 are a pitching 35 innings, allowing just 22 hits, six walks and had 46 strikeouts. During the regular season, He started 11 games, going five and four with an overall the array of 1.73 striking out 100 batters. Bauer will look to stay hot entering the postseason as he will be on the hill for the Reds when they open their best of three National League wildcard Siri's in Atlanta. Against the Braves one stay at noon here on news radio. 700 wlw. I'm Sean Gallagher News radio 700 wlw and I'm Rob Carpenter. You're next updated 1 30 breaking news any time news radio 700 wlw. Talking about E D isn't easy. Usually we just blame ourselves saying things like I lost my mojo. Or we avoided altogether with excuses like I had a long day at work, but with Roman It is easy to talk about with a health care professional who can prescribe really medication. It's simple, safe and totally discreet, Complete an online.

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"qom" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo

Papo de Fotógrafo

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"qom" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo

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"qom" Discussed on Lightfin Casefiles

Lightfin Casefiles

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"qom" Discussed on Lightfin Casefiles

"Does feed off an accuse you of having taken her things? Of course she does. I mean it's not true. Well there was that one time a tr of hers and then her favorite Harpoon and this other time. When I let her favorite dolphin out. But you think she doesn't do the same with my stuff would imagine she. Does you better believe it anyway? I'd look at that filthy. Sif Hermes if I was missing something or there's this lion fish drifting around here the other day. I don't trust the TAB why that landfill there invasive species and keep push other species of fish out of their natural habitat here in the tropics. There also terrible with the choral. Would you know where I can find a particular lion fish that was around here earlier? Maybe it's the same one bright orange and black. That's her L. was she's really uptight. Worst of the bunch always thrown her way around all sharps spikes that one you can find her over at the coral reefs toward the end of the village. Okay I- basket over there but don't go anywhere. I might need to talk to you later. Did find to lion fish. Bright WERE MELISSA. Had said near the coral reefs just past the end of the village they were swirling around in the water in and out of the sea bashing their heads together the bright orange and black lion fish with the long spiky fin sticking out inside seemed to have the upper hand in the fight. Could that be louise pushing or spiky for head against the head of that other Lion Fish? I better stop this before it gets. Outta HAND L. Louise what sacco guns you see. A girl is trying to settle an argument here. Louise World around the long spiky fins on her signed slicing effortlessly through the seaweed. The other line fish look slightly worse for wear took this opportunity to turn tail and swim. And don't come back. You love the fish. Now what can I do for you? I am helping the MERMAIDS. By the MEL made those Lily lavelle sufficient. Men does apply detail. Like you want to do with those soft bellies. While they don't seem to be that bad anyway. I was asked to look into the matter of a missing Qom Qom. Then what would I do that? That's the part I haven't figured out but they say it's quite powerful. Full is that so I don't know about that. It seems so unlikely. Those soft gels could have anything powerful not. They did metals. Well I come from the toughest fish always take. What ever they want as a shock you know what I mean light. Sorry of course you do. You are a shout. No shocks always take what they want. It's always been that way. Lixin realized then that he wasn't like other sharks had done anything wrong with the treasurer of the Esperanza and he would need to stay true to himself if he kept helping sea creatures. Someday they would help him shocking. You snap out of it. You're right otherwise I need to snap out of it and I think I have solved this mystery. Just wait around here. And I'll be right back late Vincent one. The small merged children a young boy called. Ezra off to find Melissa vetter and Hermes life has solved the mystery and you. Can you guess who took the MERMAIDS COMB? We will give you fifteen seconds to make your best.

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"qom" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"qom" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The nonpartisan trust for America's health at the CDC's response been excellent as it has been in the past some Democrats of charges from decimated the nation's public health leadership but our back said CDC's top scientific ranks have remained stable during the past three years so the Democrats are literally just making up crap I mean just crap there's making it up in order to Franklin the trump is responsible for a pandemic outbreak meanwhile it's the communist authoritarian regime over in China that is responsible for this pandemic outbreak and by the way you want it governments are doing a horrible job in controlling the pandemic outbreak how to run where half the administration has the pandemic I mean literally like that the deputy health minister has coronavirus I like talk went horribly wrong country apparently Iran is encouraging people encouraging people to go to certain areas of Iran to to the holy city of Qom which is the center of the corona virus outbreak in Iran a local health officials declared on Iranian television coronavirus is burning through the community according to the Atlantic the situation is grim around claims that twenty six people died out of two hundred forty five total infections but at the same time they are now claiming that people should go see come in the middle of this they should go see this place the shot at the Shiite shrine in the middle of a contagious infection is one wild yeah that's a bigger problem than president trump come on come on when you get back to this in just one second and media trying to spin the trump administration is blowing it when they're not first let's talk about the fact that your company you want to be more probably I have the right tools one of those tools that have all the data in front of you at all times you have to have quick access.

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"qom" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

15:12 min | 1 year ago

"qom" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Up the global developments in the outbreak of coronavirus the number of cases around the world has now cost eighty thousand us the impact of the outbreak continues to grow Iran is denying the cover up in cases linked to the holy city of Qom a city has imposed a quarantine of affected towns south of a line we hear from them later in the program and the U. S. has advised against all nonessential travel to South Korea where sixty new infections have occurred taking the total that's an eighty nine hundred in China where the outbreak began five hundred new cases have been recorded although well health officials say the outbreak that is now Pasti its peak so what about we found the central Chinese city where it all began at the city of eleven million has been on the lockdown since January the twenty third after thirties shut down transport links into and out of the city and its efforts to contain the new current virus outbreak let's talk to Susie you a reporter for us and how the official state run news agency in China he spent the last three weeks in con will continue say let's just start with the news that we're hearing that some the World Health Organization says it believes the virus in China has peach is that's what is being reported in China yes I've been over the past three weeks to constrain the epicenter of the singer continues down we're trying to fill you in actions will haunt and also across the country the Chinese mainland exclude excluding the they promise yesterday reported only nine new infection cases so this new changes due to a four prong of the very decisive policies first it's increasing hospital grass at all cost like god made during more designated hospitals and makeshift hospitals the second is to send them one Forsman said for the medical workers doctors nurses this number are coming from across China has ridge thirty three thousand and thirty to cut off the truck route to the transmission A. K. A. the locked out of the seats unicorn saying of the local communities and last but not least is to control the source of the transmission okay the which means the city wide health screening to make sure all the confirmed and suspected cases to be admitted in the hospital for the courts to banks and we hurdle to Bruce Edwards from the World Health Organization raising China's responsible of this saying it was the most ambitious aggressive our child disease containment efforts in history he was saying this is why it's the containment has has been you know you just said so well handled in China I'm at a but the people in the locked out I mean how is it affected them that this is been going on for very long time for them yes there are you know the situation of honey Sir population if they left over eleven million system megacity so to maintain the daily necessity for city of this scale is that very tremendously difficult task but so far so I see all these taxes been accomplished to a large extent I've been to the supermarkets for a few times and I've been talking to the customers and the cashiers are the customer I've been through there on the occasion of the Chinese lantern festival interest so you know I know ladies just tell me just want a bag of sweet dumplings and food for the occasion it's just they don't want to buy anything else because the supermarkets and will provision so I and also there's been the neighborhood committee in the grassroots level of the urban we seem to lose the line that a minute just to hang on a second to see if we can get it back because some clearly Val some difficulties connecting without pause or China that's the moment I think I think you all back with us she zero I just wanted it to to put this to you though all reported on sub worth has been inside that reporting on all of this is actually spoken to people who are angry with the way the government is handle this over the early response or lack of it over the silencing of medics he said there's there's still an awful lot of anger we spoke to a man who lost his mother he said this the government things real foolish and that this is a natural disaster but if we had been warned in time wouldn't so many people have lost their lives how does the government on Sir the criticism from within and outside China said it tried to suppress the news of this story rather than the virus in the early days okay in the early stage of the outbreak of the general public including the expressing himself had competing theories with regard to where the virus was the nature of the virus with a route to the transmission of the virus there's there's no definite conclusion back down to China spent no effort to find the correct solution to engage the disaster in China has done that so if you look at the case of the diamond princess cruise ship you can see how the various countries responding to something they're not familiar with in the first place it's hard is how difficult was the kind of efforts to put it there so I've been talking to the doctors and nurses with regard to the similar issue yes they beat argue spread the frustration about the current situation they think the priority of now is to have to save more patience as many patients as possible as quickly as possible okay thank you for joining us at shoes see you reporter from should well that is the official state run news agency in China and that Chinese communities around the world reporting being targeted by boycotts threats even on some occasions sadly violence attacks as well as being anti Chinese sentiment recorded in South Korea which shops putting up signs saying no Chinese customers welcome at the French hash tag I am not a virus to try to fight the racist abuse of people often just simply of Asian appearance at reports of street harassment in the U. S. in Italy one of the hot spots for coded nineteen there is a hunt for patient zero the language of course rather dramatic not that helpful but speak to Marco Wong who is in Italy was born initially as parents just for a bit of background migrated there from China in the nineteen sixties Marco joins us on the line from Rome if we talk about specifics market what about the personal how does it feel for you do you feel the stress do you feel the pressure of what's being said around the outbreak of the virus yes certainly we have a local pressure myself most of the counselor **** products so my I feel has has that responsibility now dealing with with this situation and the yeah I would say that generally speaking Italian slur very open and tolerant but luckily there is a minority that then that has the right now the yellow bile the coronavirus tool express their racial discrimination against Asian people and that's very sad it's interesting isn't it because it becomes a kind of a lightning rod for attitudes that are already there so for example I've I've found you know reports of of people in in America kind of saying to people of Asian descent all diseases come from China this kind of it's also it's a south Korean prejudice against Chinese culture as well you know the kind of I eat they eat anything this is the sort of stuff that we here at the moment I suppose Italians are quite well they frightened of China I mean you're in a good position to tell us to they fear the rise of the country what he thinks driving the sort of attitude to your hearing all I would say that there are a lot of different reasons to want to use a store bought for all general look my on air for nurses sentiments that that's being fueled by the certain political forces that total flora Fabri keep the fear in order to gain political advantage and that is one reason another reason these actually specific calls China since you know there should be in the book but you cannot make crisis during last year and and so there's a sort of an towards trying to its economic development tool for the late this year in a sense that success I suppose a month so you said you're a counselor in Pronto did I hear that right yes now that that's an area which has very very heavy Chinese community it's kind of that scene a lot of recent migration there's lots of business going on there as well huge economic activity for anything else what's it like for the Chinese the people of Chinese descent that yeah actually trainees the main problem all less than percent of the total population sold them and most of them on a trip or sold they do you can all mix of the CPA's based on the textile that this for additional TV's the the crawls across things and that is a more recent than was actually broke lady trainings and the soul of the economy of the C. P. S. based on big part on Cheney's own activities and this makes a very peculiar sold for this coronavirus there were a lot of fear that the products all could be what could follow the offer numeric cases self corona virus but the ending there where a local shop worries but but so fathers worries haven't come true so far luckily no okay my hope thank you very much indeed for joining us with an interesting perspective from Italy that's a Moscow Wong let's get this will headline systems Liverpool have equalled a premier league record by winning in eighteen straight premier league game that's come from behind twice to beat west ham three two and feel last night said the Amman a school the winner there a maximum of four wins away from sealing the first premier league title the big dobby in the Egyptian premier league that didn't go ahead last night because I'm like just simply didn't turn up that board had voted on Sunday to not compete in that league because of the decision to hand out fines and suspensions for that fight after the super Cup match against al Ahly last Thursday talking of fighting Deontay Wilder has blamed his elaborate ring will cost him his WBC heavyweight boxing title defeat by Tyson fury the American cities costume is simply too heavy and he intends to exercise the rematch clause in his contract and the Milwaukee Bucks the qualified for the NBA playoffs earlier than any other team in history after they beat the Washington wizards last night J. says remote Cindy business news now Ivana is back in the studio with us what do you have for us let's talk about Donald Trump in India was wasted in India this is his lost in second day of his state visit he's attending formal talks with prime minister and Narendra multi and while we know that trump is a big fan of Moti US India relations are not at their highest at trump has promised a major trade deal at some point but it is unlikely to be agreed during this trip however defense deals are likely on the cards mother another line and is a senior editor of Hindustan Times and he joins me live from daily high amount of un I'm dead no longer okay yup the two leaders they've just had a press conference what do we hear what it what what what were they saying well one clear positive indication is that trump has actually said India's agreed to purchase three billion dollars worth of advanced military equipment including Romeo helicopters and Apache about sixty Romeo helicopters of them so that seems like a real don deal in the middle of what was anticipated to be a bit of a vague inching forward in trade talks so I had that's a big positive but there's still a lot of it you know he just in the bilateral trade in which India has a surplus of eighteen billion dollars and trump doesn't like importing stuff actually so what else were they talking about and and also what was indeed out hoping would achieve from this meeting one of the front group political point of view it's a justice would have confidence when that ended with the government but the fact is that India's got a lot of ages in trade talks with the U. S. because of US is virtually arm twisted into into importing oil from there after talking India away from Iran over the nuclear sanctions and then you have a very big indications ahead and all AECOM ours in which companies like Amazon want to expand in India but India's go to nationalist government the point is that both trump and will be on nationalism source include looking India first courses America first kind of manufacturing buys in their trade policies and therefore there's a make in India programme that movies practicing violin will be at trump talks about American funds so there's a tug of war on that and manufacturing and then you have what you call ways in which India has home grown E. commerce companies including the giant reliance group debt it's just tapped into the picture where is you have trump wanting a bigger deal for America and basically it means stuff like data protection and privacy and regulations on the coal mines are pretty irritating stuff in the smoothening of trade talks with the and between these two countries so the only positive seems to be the defense deal and agriculture remains a major irritant because I think of what I hear is that trump wants so dairy products to India that seems like a very big ambitious move considering India's position of being very protectionist particularly in agriculture's matters thank you not that I don't when feel like way so much to talk about what we are running out of time that much of an eye and then thank you so much for joining me from Delhi Ivana thanks very much indeed let's talk about Harvey Weinstein now the former Hollywood movie mogul is in jail in New York and facing years inside out to being convicted of rape and sexual assaults by court in New York so is this a defining victory for the recent movement against sexual violence does it change anything Aviva Orenstein is associate dean of the more school of law at the Indiana University it's a little too early to declare victory when.

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Iran news agency: Death toll from new virus in Qom is at 50

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Iran news agency: Death toll from new virus in Qom is at 50

"An Iranian official from the city of calm says a staggering fifty people have died that from the new coronavirus this month the new death toll is significantly higher than the latest number of nationwide confirmed cases of infections that Iranian officials announced earlier just over ten out of nearly fifty cases by way of explanation the health ministry says lawmakers have no access to growing the virus statistics could be mixing figures on deaths related to other diseases like the flu with the new virus still the number of deaths compared to the number of confirmed infections from the virus is hiring the wrong than in any other country including China and South Korea where the outbreak is far more widespread I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"qom" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"qom" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"In touch we love to hear your views this is Newsday let's talk about corona virus Iran has confirmed fifteen new cases taking the total to forty three with a death toll of aids now most of the infections have been in the holy city of Qom whether sorties of closed schools and religious seminaries in Tehran in some other city schools have been shops until Tuesday not number countries closed their borders with Iran to at least some form of trafficking doing Turkey Afghanistan and Armenia and queue weight has just reported three cases of the new coronavirus among people the local news agency says who traveled to Iran well BBC Iran a fez reporter is Ali Hashim based in Beirut watching the events alley how fast has this happened and do we know what the authorities responses being this has been taking place for the last three weeks from now and does you said there are three forty three cases now eight people died and that to date the Iranians are run I'm not sleeping in authorities announced that one of those who were diagnosed with a coronavirus was cute and he's a twenty five years old young man this might be one of the very few good news coming out of Iran with respect to the coronavirus that's a being conducted spreading from one area to another today that is all that all at the fourteen provinces where cases were reported from the capital Tehran to the city of calm to the northern side also of the country so there are many many cities and Dick the government is trying to cope with the situation yet it's it it seems that the virus is spreading quickly and there are many reasons for that it wouldn't at the home outbreak started it's one of the one of the issues that is affecting the the the spread of the virus is that this city is the home office shrine with thousands of people will come into two visits and to pray this might be one of the reasons why the US people could have contact with each other directly and the breeze into each other's faces so that the the the viruses is spreading this way today with the Kuwaitis announcing the three off the nationals returning from Russia which is another sacred city or holy city in in Iran what is what I know the bigger shrine is also so it seems also must had might also have witnessed a notary so these cities are kind of vulnerable in a way or another and they might have an affect on the told and and and Islamic Republic off your is it is it actually possible to restrict I mean is there any precedent for restricting pilgrims travel because you seem to be saying that's obviously a major factor would the government consider restricting that kind of trouble what does the moment they didn't take this decision but it might be one of the of the decisions that they have to take in the coming few hours now the closed schools in several provinces seminaries the the also announced the putting guy on on hold all the events respect to theatres cinemas football games bought it seems also gotten due in the coming hours they might be going through maybe harder decisions such as closing the shrines because this is one of the places that people interact together and there are big numbers very big numbers coming into the shrines better recently how the elections and the elections was also another another theater for such an interaction with millions of people queuing again in in baton although Iranian cities so this also might have affected the due to the fast way this vital if price is spreading in Iraq many thanks indeed to be see Iran affairs reporter Ali Hashim meanwhile African countries with close trade ties with China have begun filling the economic impact of the ongoing corona virus outbreak so far only one case of the deadly virus known as covered nineteen of course has been recorded on the continent which remains on high alert six continental airlines have stopped direct flights to various cities in China walls traders who buy goods from there and now reporting shortages of goods for sale China is Africa's largest trading partner estimated to be around two hundred billion dollars last year alone and as a manual to guns in our reports from Nairobi many other sectors of African economies could take a big hit this is a little genius district locally known as the condition is just eight in the morning Monday into please with.

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Iranians vote in parliament elections favoring conservatives

All Things Considered

04:07 min | 1 year ago

Iranians vote in parliament elections favoring conservatives

"In Iran they're voting for parliament today now turn out for this phone has been in question and there are a couple reasons for that first there is not much variety politically among the candidates on the ballot and second reports of a couple of deadly cases of coronavirus have people jittery about gathering in crowds NPR's Peter Kenyon is in Tehran he's been out in those crowds today Peter hi Mary Louise so when I said there's not much variety on the ballot that is because it is tilted toward hardline candidates is that right how come well that is right and this tilting was done by a group known as the guardian council which is charged with vetting candidates for office when they did that for these elections are running media report the council simply struck off the list some seven thousand moderate and reform candidates thereby immediately eliminating any chance of those factions making significant gains in parliament this year so really the only question now is how many hard liners will be joining or rejoining the parliament and there's also been some moves by critics of the regime to just tell people boycott and use that as a way of registering her displeasure with the regime that was yes that that was the reformist mantra don't show up boycotted which of course solidifies the hardliners gains but it's also a form of protest yes much does today's election actually matter I think most Americans are aware that around is ultimately ruled by a by a supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei so how much power does Iran's parliament actually have they have some they do have a role in the system despite the supreme leader's high ranking final say on everything in recent years parliament in fact has been seen as kind of an arbiter between the hardline supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his supporters on the one hand and the more pragmatic president Hassan Rouhani and his moderate and even reformist backers on the other Rouhani said limited success pushing his agenda and he course was badly hurt when the trump administration came into Washington and pulled out of the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement which had been his crowning foreign policy deal so now it'll be worth watching to see if the people who voted to honey and twice will now step back and let the hardliners returned to a bigger share of influence at least in the legislature so pain is a picture of Alexion day in a row and you've been out talking to people what's the atmosphere well no shortage of opinions everybody wanted to talk that was not an issue as I'm sure you've experienced it yourself you can find all manner of use on the streets here I have one here for you from a ban as a seventy six year old woman she told me she gets a lot of satisfaction out of voting for a hardline conservative legislators well I run ins don't call them hardliners by the way they call them principle us and that means standing up for the principles of the nineteen seventy nine Islamic revolution but Bennett says she likes these principles because of the way they stand up to the United States and its allies here's how she put it I support a hundred percent support their babies stand against America begins that is right against all these nonsense political at Palmers but the other major wave of opinion in Tehran is about the urgent need for lawmakers to start doing things to improve the lives of the people here turnout was also down this time back in twenty sixteen it was over sixty percent and this time the estimate is is going to come in at about fifty percent of eligible voters and meanwhile there's this other factors to Orion's who reportedly have died of corona virus what has been the effect of that on on the elections and then just generally in the country well it big news of the day everyone's talking about it the cases were actually down in the city of Qom they weren't here in Toronto but they have sparked fear that it could spread that certainly has a habit of doing that and some anger as well people are asking why the government didn't report these cases until after the victims were dead there's some concern the virus might have spread farther and faster because the alarm wasn't sounded soon enough and there's worries of course about the health system being able to deal with the corona virus

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Iranians vote in parliament elections favoring conservatives

All Things Considered

04:13 min | 1 year ago

Iranians vote in parliament elections favoring conservatives

"Kelly in Iran they're voting for parliament today now turn out for this phone has been in question and there are a couple reasons for that first there is not much variety politically among the candidates on the ballot and second reports of a couple of deadly cases of coronavirus have people jittery about gathering in crowds and Pierce Peter Kenyon is in Tehran he's been out in those crowds today Peter hi Mary Louise so when I said there's not much variety on the ballot that is because it is tilted toward hardline candidates is that right how come well that is right and this tilting was done by a group known as the guardian council which is charged with vetting candidates for office when they did that for these elections are running media report the council simply struck off the list some seven thousand moderate and reform candidates thereby immediately eliminating any chance of those factions making significant gains in parliament this year so really the only question now is how many hard liners will be joining or rejoining the parliament and there's also been some moves by critics of the regime to just tell people boycott and use that as a way of registering her displeasure with the regime that was the yes that that was the reformist mantra don't show up boycotted which of course solidifies the hardliners gains but it's also a form of protest yes much does today's election actually matter I think most Americans are aware that around is ultimately ruled by a by a supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei so how much power does Iran's parliament actually have they have some they do have a role in the system despite the supreme leader's high ranking final say on everything in recent years parliament in fact it's been seen as kind of an arbiter between the hardline supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his supporters on the one hand and the more pragmatic president Hassan Rouhani and his moderate and even reformists backers on the other Rouhani said limited success pushing his agenda and he course was badly hurt when the trump administration came in to Washington and pulled out of the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement which had been his crowning foreign policy deal so now it'll be worth watching to see if the people who voted to honey and twice will now step back and let the hardliners returned to a bigger share of influence at least in the legislature also paints a picture of Alexion day in a row and you've been out talking to people what's the atmosphere well no shortage of opinions everybody wanted to talk that was not an issue and I'm sure you've experienced it yourself you can find all manner of use on the streets here I have one here for you from a vein as a seventy six year old woman she told me she gets a lot of satisfaction out of voting for hardline conservative legislators well I run ins don't call them hardliners by the way they call them principle is and that means standing up for the principles of the nineteen seventy nine Islamic revolution but Bennett says she likes these principles because of the way they stand up to the United States and its allies here's how she put it I support a hundred percent support their babies stand against America begins that is right against all these nonsense political at Palmers but the other major wave of opinion in Tehran is about the urgent need for lawmakers to start doing things to improve the lives of the people here turnout was also down this time back in twenty sixteen it was over sixty percent and this time the estimate is this going to come in at about fifty percent of eligible voters and meanwhile there's this other factors to Orion's who reportedly have died of corona virus what has been the effect of that on on the elections and then just generally in the country well it big news of the day everyone's talking about it the cases were actually down in the city of Qom they weren't here in Tehran but they have sparked fear that it could spread it certainly has a habit of doing that and some anger as well people are asking why the government didn't report these cases until after the victims were dead there's some concern the virus might have spread farther and faster because the alarm wasn't sounded soon enough and there's worries of course about the health system being able to deal with the corona virus outbreak NPR's Peter Kenyon they're reporting from Tehran thank you Peter thanks very

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"qom" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"qom" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Stay indoors Iran is also reported that two people have died I not only totaled only told two hundred ninety four new infections among hundred thirty three search one hundred and thirty six death through Wednesday but South Korea had its first death in Japan to passengers from the horribly stricken diamond princess cruise ship died on Thursday Iran's cases three of them have appeared in the holy city of Qom raising fears of many cases appearing in the Middle East North Korea continue to say everything is just fine just fine I'm not sure I believe them China now seasons hotels hospitals in cars to fight the corona virus according the Financial Times emergency requisitioning of private hospitals hotels apartments cars even face masks the country's rising number of coronavirus patience threatens to overwhelm local government facilities the South China morning post quotes John Evans managing director of tractors Asia a company that has for twenty years helped firms move to China Mister Evans says quote this is a black swan event I don't think we've seen anything like it in recent history in terms of economic and supply chain impact in China and across the globe gonna get worse folks before it gets better in Germany a horrible atrocity Xena phobic shooter that's what the public prosecutor general said killed eleven people including himself as patrons gathered in a hookah bar located in Berlin the very sad day in Germany mon related but also having German in the headline is Germans ambassador Germany's ambassador from the United States right great now a name to be the new director of national intelligence and acting director of national intelligence making him the first openly gay member of the United States cabinet Donald Trump did that a recent decades LGBT Q. could not serve openly in the intelligence community now a gay man will lead the intelligence community under Donald Trump hysteria broke out among the never jumped rampant need never jumpers in the trunk derangement syndrome inflected saying we're canals and qualified he only spent eight years at the around he only spent two years as a bass series at a decade with all the top players as one could have dealing with the most sensitive diplomatic matters in dealing with intelligence but since you don't have CIA behind his name or deny they're upset with it what they're really upset with is either very ferocious defender of the president I'd states great appointment Donald Trump great appointed record now will be great in that job he's not leaving the German ambassador ship I suspect he will go back ounces but people end up on the campaign but for the next four five six months running intelligence committee not to this debate what let's start with the killer APP cut number one Elizabeth Warren decides to take Mike Bloomberg and cut him in half cut number one I like to talk about who were running against a billionaire who calls women fat broads and for space to lesbians and no I'm not talking about Donald Trump I'm talking about Bloomberg going to win if we have a nominee who has a history of hiding his tax returns of harassing women and of supporting racist policies like red lining and stop and frisk look all support whoever the democratic nominee is but understand this Democrats take a huge risk if we just substitute one in Oregon billionaire for another country has worked for the rich for a long time warning enter draft well a little bit later Mike Bloomberg get hits again by Bernie Sanders he gets angry any gives every Republican the license to use the C. word cut number seven you support with senator Sanders is proposing absolutely not I can't think of a ways that would make it easier for Donald Trump to get reelected in listening to this conversation.

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"qom" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"qom" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Are now starting to take the future a back to their homes dragging big banks pretty small ones on my head we're told is enough for about eighteen hundred people to last a month this is a crisis that many people believe is going to last for quite some time I can see big black plows here but there has been some rain but not enough yet and the concern is three months before the crops going to be ready in the fields to harvest and so a lot of people could still be very hungry for quite some time I DO holding the reporting from a drought stricken Zambia the the headlines reminder of what's been going on in the past few hours will pretty dramatic around carrying out a ballistic missile attack on two US military sites in Iraq that's in explicit revenge for the American killing of general Qassem so the money at the end of last week a relatively muted response from president trump in a tweet saying damage and casualties were being assessed also quite a muted response from the foreign minister in Iran as well but now the supreme leader Ayatollah Khomeini you had a little bit of that just now in a televised broadcast from the holy city of Qom has been saying that Iran's retaliation showed the revolution was still alive and it was a slap in the face for American imperialism it's with the fourteen minutes to the hour Matthew canyon is here with the sport hi folks not messing around from such a money last night he literally dumped his way in to the confederation of African football's award ceremony and how god and he was dancing off too and.

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"qom" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

12:25 min | 2 years ago

"qom" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Ninety days so this deployment of fifteen thousand mexican troops vinyl is absolutely vital and all indications are that they're doing their job to do doing the duty in qom bleat cooperation with the trump administration and another berry interest Point supporting what's going on? Mexican polls are now showing that there is opposition and it's rising to illegal migration in the country. in fact some of the polls depending on the region pretty much rival you know the vibe over here these polls are the ammo the president trump and help president the opera door need to block most of the illegal immigration so are we on our way to something here but might work you know hall of this is happening at a time when the democrats are doing what doing what they're working so hard making numerous futile attempts to cut the funding for border security can you believe completely ignoring that the fact that there are individuals out there who would bring us harm via radical islam who are coming through the border the mexican government has identified three that are trying to get in right now he's very bad actors and i'll tell you who they are because we know they are so the brunner issue here is security is i've been saying for almost thirty years security and the left as far as the border goes wants to do nothing in the way of protecting our citizens they just want to make sure that they cut all the border funding that they can the deals with security you know there's no doubt that there could be a nine eleven part to thanks to the blind eye that's being turned to the border situation by one political party there is dark chatter by the underground saying yeah they're already inside there are three that are headed to the border that we know of and i'll tell you they are these guys could bring us arm and they're coming in with central americans and mexicans so this is a big urgent security issue has if you've never heard me say that before and again the polls in mexico indicate that that population now bears a a great polling resemblance to our own in that tolerating this illegal alien activity that could bring harm to both us and to them in mexico with that in mind what about the photo you know what i'm talking about when i say the photo v. photo that will be the photo in the twenty twenty presidential campaign grizzly sad photo of a man and his infant daughter laying dead face down on the rail grind this is going to be the democratic picture be the propaganda as a call to action this horrific photo that is out there widely circulated now that c._n._n. took no time in blaming the depth on this man in his tiny daughter directly on donald trump and blood is on his aunt now these two deceased people were from el salvador they drowned trying to cross into the u._s. illegally pointing the finger is an awful thing to do after a horrid heartbreaking discovery like this but these very deaths he's very unfortunate deaths can only be blamed on one thing from one set of people and that is the democratic party and the horrible horrible border the policies or lack of them but takes innocent people and puts them in harm's way that's exactly what happens just like this dead man and his daughter let's understand the donald trump has not put a gun to the head of the entire population of central american said you must enter our country illegally you gotta do it no these people have done so voluntarily they put themselves in great danger voluntarily because of false promises lies propaganda coming from us the conservatives the republicans i don't think so no it's coming from a particular party that leans left in this country and thinks the border should be wide open and b's people is unfortunate as they are in the circumstances they're in they want to take advantage of it but in the case of this gentleman ms daughter they're quite dead you know the blame game is going to be big here but there's only one set of circumstances and one political party that can be blamed and again i'll repeat there enough fifteen thousand mexican troops on the border at a time when the democrats are trying to defend border enforcement i mean does that make sense in any dimension at any level you don't have to be a razor sharp gumshoe at a super detective to connect the dots on this incident that happened in the rio grande to what's going on down there or what's not going on down there and everything that's happening in washington it's terrible and one thing that we do know now related to this thanks to the wonderfully informed rosie o'donnell her big fat mouth has supplied this country with the information that there are one hundred thousand concentration camps in full operation in the u._s._a. one hundred thousand concentration camps and it's true because rosie o'donnell's enzo now when asked to confirm With a, a verifiable source, she declined. And she gave off one of the typical off toss off answers. Oh, we all know this is true. but he also insists this this information comes from quote quite legitimate scholars who study world genocides and she refused to cite these callers by name You know, she's drinking, the same Kuku Kool-Aid offered a by AO. See the United States, holocaust memorial museum. has issued a statement that shreds rosie o'donnell i'll share it later but it's worth noting again it's worth noting again that the policies of separation of illegal aliens was defined and expanded by barack obama that is well documented and it certainly can be proven proven over rosie's claim of one hundred thousand concentration camps operating in the u._s._a. not true the fact that barack obama separated family says a way to deter illegal immigration is true in fact many of you will remember his method of incarceration the conditions of the incarceration in california led to a federal lawsuit that president brock obama and his administration lost How soon we forget, but the blame game continues in Georgia. where house democrats now are in complete agreement that be republicans were solely responsible from keeping stacey abrams out of the governor's mansion in fact i don't think she's quit the racial don't thinks he's said i lost you win This is something this election has been investigated by three different independent entities. And it's a fact she lost. He won. You know, but obviously the Republicans pulled something off to make sure that she lost, you know, I'm going to propose something right now. that i never would have proposed like maybe five or ten years ago as i would have thought that it would be too cruel but now i don't care when we hear claims like republicans doing things to make sure the democrats don't get elected along racial lines let's remind our democratic friends that the democrats were the ku-klux-klan the ku klux klan was a democratic organization let's remind our democratic friends that the party that they are now in were slaveholders the democrats back then were the slave brokers let's remind our democratic friends at the nation divided and hundreds of thousands died as a result of this lust for free slave labor one particular political party back that wanted that let's remind them of that let's remind our democratic friends that had democrat killed abraham lincoln a member of the republican party a party created in eighteen fifty four solely to stop the exp mention of slavery lincoln was the first republican president he was killed by a member of the democratic party that made all of their bread and butter for years most notably in the south on the backs of slaves Now, let's talk about the mines currently of African Americans according to. well i'll get to that in a moment i also remind you to when the democrats say something about what we're doing to black people let's remind them that one of the high former ranking members of democratic senate was a high former ranking member of the k. k. k. senator robert byrd so there's a lot of reminding to be done here is they pour mud all over us and the president a current president elected in part by blacks who became infatuated with his bling and his gangsta attitude is the claim made by black man whose name is eugene robinson he's a columnist for the lotto washington post and he's a talking head on m._s._n._b._c. How about that? Blacks like Trump because of his foul much ease MO so say Robinson. what an insult to black voters oh my god you black americans who supported via your own choice donald trump did so because you are sharp enough or educated enough or intelligent enough according to this man to grab onto the issues and the platform promises made by the trump campaign no the only reason you supported donald trump was because of his bowling and his gangsta attitude and his foam cheese mo so says the great american talking head eugene robinson who doesn't know as you know what from the whole ground this is an insult to black voters it's an insult to americans americans are blacks i'm white you know we're all americans this is an insult to everybody that he would take somebody down like that but you know all fair when it comes to donald trump so let's take a little time also today to talk about these slow motion train wreck that has been offered up by one e jean carroll a columnist who after twenty five thirty years decided to recount what happened in a department store with donald trump at first she said it was rape jeez recanted that now she says it's not rape well what was it it was a fight she's now saying it was a fight okay a fight between a man and a woman and bergdorf goodman department store in manhattan at five p._m. when she says there was nobody around at five p._m. no ploys door to be found anywhere at five p._m. so we're supposed to believe that donald trump would risk everything his business his marriage marla maples is freedom all of that to fight a fifty two year old woman in a public place yes she was fifty two at the time this is ludicrous and i don't believe one word of it and i'm talking specifically about this one incident i don't believe it and neither do americans in the polls that are already out there sorta kinda except for that one that was buried by c._n._n. Because they're having way too much fun talking about this. Ask the gagging Anderson Cooper who couldn't even get through the interview without going to a commercial because he had to put himself back together. Because it wasn't the interview he thought he was going to get. Gee whiz. What is surprise? it's news talk five eighty one zero five nine cam j. the ray appleton program is you're here we got a lot to do today and do it we will glad you're here when people say they need help getting solar what they really mean is they need help with their power bill solar with good reason is just the.

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"qom" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

Uncommon Knowledge

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"qom" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

"North West Frontier in this case Islamic religious schism, but but he could see invent the same cadence is in Qom, tools and echoes as the knots is in the in the nineteen thirties and in a way that the other prime ministers of the nineteen thirties. People Ramsey, Donald and Neville Chamberlain and Stanley Baldwin, for example, just simply never seen that kind of finances them in their lives and therefore didn't see it in. The Nazis Aita. Churchill was indispensable during the second rule for because because he prevented health X for making peace. But also because he exuded confidence in victory. I'm quoting you again that no other senior figure did and was able to provide something that Neville Chamberlain could not hope and this brings us to the speeches. Which to this day? You listen to these speeches are available on YouTube. Seventy more than three quarters of century. After he delivered them in Californians dead of London. It's still very difficult to avoid certain emotional. Polls might might might back stingles and tears just come on to my is pretty much in the third sentence. Some of the great speech the jets. So where again, you we too. I think particularly to Americans in the second World War. He this figure simply emerges, but he's fully formed as we see him precisely where did this come front. He knew that. You're the cadences that the sense of showmanship, but at the same this amazing ability to combine the showmanship the memorable phrase with deep substance will, you're right. And of course, he wrote in the last paragraph of the first volume of his warm was I felt an he's talking about the day became prime minister. I felt. If I were walking with destiny, and that all my life had been, but a preparation for this hour, and for this trial when it came to his speeches. It was indeed a preparation his love of Shakespeare, of course, was highly influential on him the way in which he had most of the English language. He as he called it that noble thing the English sentence and his important importance. He put in clarity short words short sentences. Anglo Saxon words that could be understood going back years these things that that he used in his in his morale-boosting speeches. But the fascinating -ly all go back to a article literary to back in eighteen ninety seven when he was a twenty three year old soldier and had never given a speech before in his life. And yet he rates the five things you need to do to bring over over audiences. And then he followed them, and he gave his actual collection of speeches is eight. Thousand pages long. So he had given so many hundreds and hundreds of speeches before the the second World War broke out. And therefore, it really was a preparation his own his trial. Also trying to think when radio came along when he was already in middle age. Yes. Television at the very end. Yeah. But speech after speech after speech, he's giving to a crowd. Yes. There's a human contact. He can see their faces. It can hear them laugh. Likewise in the Commons. Of course. It comes very intimate atmosphere. People facing you on the opposite Menges. Yeah. So this years and years of actual training. Finding out what works right understanding audiences noticing the way that certain words will work with an earth not inches. It was absolute second nature to him. So it was easy was born with a gigantic talent and worked on it all his life actually enough. He didn't think he was born with it was that he had a slight sibling s of course. And he had to will call to get rid of that. And and. He also didn't believe that he could as he said fly on the pinion wing. He always needed notes little six by full. So he he rates out what he called in some form what he was going to say, and even in the in the easiest speeches just to his legal constituency association, for example, he would still have it all written out because nice stable very little edleman..

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"qom" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:28 min | 3 years ago

"qom" Discussed on KGO 810

"Four five. Now, more of coast to coast AM odd cagey. Oh, eight ten. We're back with Shelly niece. We're talking about the copper scroll project and of the few and I'm cribbing here from Shelly nieces website of the few who have risked their careers and reputations to search for copper, scroll treasures only one remains. He's an unlikely hero of firemen from Oklahoma and award winning investigator named Jim Barfield who treated the copper, scroll like evidence in an arson case and came to an astonishing realization all of the locations described in the copper, scroll have exact architectural matches with Coomer on this rather unimpressive ruined perched on a plateau just off the coast of Israel's Dead Sea. At what point does Jim actually traveled to Israel to test. His theory. Good question. So he really it was after he identified the first twenty locations. It's not that you know, he never says that God told him that the copper scroll treasure was here. He never sort of lays down any Trump cards. But he just kept at it. I mean, he's just a person who once he gets hold of it threat. He's gonna follow it all the way through. So it was once he identified the first twenty locations in the copper, scroll and saw that they all had architectural matches in Qom Ron that is when he had to get on a plane and go and see it in person himself, and and sort of walk the copper scrawl on the ground at on because for one he also didn't know if he couldn't tell what the flooring was was like either. So you know, he might be able to match up which will immersion pools are great. Cisterns or parasols or courtyard with all things listed in the copper scroll. But what he didn't know if he could if anybody would be able to break through that ground, or if it would be threatening to ruin itself, and so he flew there with his wife, and that was the first time he had ever been to Israel was to see copper, squirrel. Translation, was correct. And what was his motivation was he a treasure seeker was this a spiritual quest. So no, he is it was definitely spiritual. He says, and and I really after knowing him for a decade. I I know that this is true that he just wants these. I don't be found and returned to Israel, and he has no alterior motive he he considers this to be Israel's Israel's birthright, or you know, her. There's no other there. There's no other motive, and it's also not as as anyone would be able to establish any monetary value on these things. Anyway, now, he is a really religious man of very. Very strict keeping in with the Sabbath and with laws of the Torah. But also believe Jesus, and so he kind of occupies both orbits. He's a little bit of a religious chameleon in that way. When he's with a group of Jews that he speaks the language of tour and of what's important to to religious Jews. But he also is is great with Kristen audiences. So I see him kind of navigate both of those worlds and do it. Well because both are important to him. At this point. Is there this technology exists to do sort of ground penetrating? Imaging can see what's under the ground. Right. So the technology has has come a long way like you reference oak island. You know, every time that they hit a wall. They always just get a new grand piece of technology to keep the pot moving. But what is what was the problem fifty years ago is that even when there were metal detectors, even when metal detecting technology existed? This is the Dead Sea area, so the soil there is mineralized and a very different way than any other place in the world. And so so metal detectors just gave false positives or we're able to read the soil and the right way. And so for then the beginning when Koran was excavated metal detectors weren't very useful. Jim barfield? One part is that so ground penetrating radar has been done at Combe run. But not for what we were looking for in the copper scroll because the coppers grow. This is it's it's where it occupies some space between this isn't traditional archaeology archaeology things down to the last level of habitation. And when that's reached you stop the copper school is asking you to dig nine to twelve feet deeper than that. And to dig for something that was buried, so it's it's a really a natural process for our gala this to to pursue that. And so the ground penetrating radar that had been done does show voids at Combe Ron does show that there are underground sort of storage areas. Randall priced from liberty university had done a lot of that work on the Koran plateau, and he too has found voids there that that he hasn't been able to excavate some of them cut into a cliff. There's like a very steep Wadi that drops right at the edge of Koran. So you have to be careful even an excavating caves or anything in that area because it's very collapsible. So we did get our hands on a Lorenzo deep max metal detector, which is probably the best metal detector for that region. A white smell detector is is strong. But that this is a ten thousand dollar metal detector when you out and the technology between being able to read the scans. But and it's a cute. It's a cute that you drag and it can tell the difference between ferrous and nonferrous metals tell the difference, you know, for looking for gold silver bronze or something else, and it can give some indication of size, and which is really what he had to be done for the copper scroll. And what did it reveal? Well, so for years, so. I have to back up a little in two thousand nine and this is just a crazy sort of chronology of events that even JIMBO was able to do this. But he was able to get a meeting with the authority and to excavate at three of the sites that were listed in his research, which how this Oklahoma's and investigator was able to get a meeting with the Israel antiquities authority and much less for them to to want to test and probe his research is you know, as a as a tell them within itself. But he was able to do it. And so what became clear in that process is that the copper school is sixty locations. And so if you gig all over Kumaon at that kind of debt in sixty different sites. You'll have you'll destroy Koran in the process you'll end up making coumarin look like an up close side of the moon, craters everywhere. And so even though he had specific research that pointed to specific places coom Ron as a sacred site in and of itself to Israel and to the religious community. And so he had to be really careful, and so it became clear that doing nine foot probes income Ron proper was not ideal. And and so for many years, he applied after that dig that dig was abruptly shut down for reasons that that I can speculate on, but that we don't know for sure. And so and an archaeologist that had been in charge of the dig and who had really believed in Denver fields research, and he was the number two person in command of Kumaon from an archaeological level he actually died and. A tragic cave accident. Not so long after and so it really kind of brought everything to a to a hot. And for whatever reason the Israel antiquity authority denied permission to do an electronic scan of come on and for years it sat that way for years. Jim Barfield was applying. He was finding new archaeologists. He was writing new reports meeting with new leaders sometimes waiting out people to retire in the integrity of the thirty. And so he returned Israel something like sixteen times sixteen times. Right. Exactly. So this guy's tenacious eastern Atias. So today says and every time, you know, kind of building up this army of allies. A lot of people in the Temple Mount move at a lot of religious Jews who who want who see at third temple in Israel's future really have aligned with Jim Butterfield and want to succeed. Nothing has ever been found from the interior of the first or second temple. We appointing. Exterior evidence from the temples. Now, the retaining walls are still there. We have things that a stone that marks the place of trumpeting Presley weights and scales that we we do we have things, but we don't have. So certainly, you know, there's no denying the existence of the Jewish temple. But because of two thousand years of invaders and occupation in Jerusalem being destroyed and rebuilt back up, and because we can't excavate on the Temple Mount, there's really nothing from from the ritual vessels or their religious, those that we have there was one tiny pomegranate that was found that was believed to be on the end of a priestly sceptre, and it had an inscription that said from the house of y'all way or how and has been proved to be a forgery, which brings us back to the show in terms of what we can sort of the banner that the Temple Mount movement in March under. That they would love for Jim Barfield to be successful. So he really has sort of this this religious cohort of allies that have have championed around him. But but just yes for years with knocking on on the wrong doors and really getting nowhere in terms of the antiquities authority approving a permit, which the archaeologists that we worked with really couldn't even understand it said he'd never been denied a permit for something like that before because it was non invasive it wasn't threatening to the ruin especially when we were able to get a hold of the Lorenzo, which is a much better metal detector. So is is really a frustrating.

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News Radio 1190 KEX

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"qom" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Eleven ninety AM. Depend on us. K axe. We're back with Shelly niece. We're talking about the copper scroll project and of the few and I'm cribbing here from Shelly nieces website of the few who have risked their careers and reputations to search for copper, scroll treasures only one remains. He's an unlikely hero of firemen from Oklahoma and award winning investigator named Jim Barfield who treated the copper, scroll like evidence in an arson case and came to an astonishing realization all of the locations described in the copper, scroll have exact architecture. Oh matches with Coomer on this rather unimpressive ruined. Perched on a plateau just off the coast of Israel's Dead Sea. At what point does Jim actually traveled to Israel to test. His theory. Good question. So he really it was after he identified the first twenty locations. It's not the he never says that God told him that the copper scroll treasure was here. He never sort of lays down any Trump cards. But he just kept at it. I mean, he's just a person who once he gets hold of it threat. He's gonna follow it all the way through. So it was once he identified the first twenty locations, and the copper scroll saw that they all had architectural matches in Qom Ron that is when he had to get on a plane and go and see it in person himself, and and sort of walk the copper scroll on the ground at coumarin because for one he also didn't know if he couldn't tell what the flooring was was like either. So you know, he might be able to match up which will immersion pools are great. Cisterns are para styles are courtyard with all things listed in the copper scroll. But what he didn't know if he could if anybody would be able to break through that ground, or if it would be threatening to ruin itself, and so he flew there with his wife, and that was the first time he had ever been to Israel was to see copper, squirrel. Translation, was correct. And what was his motivation was he a treasure seeker was this a spiritual quest. So no, he is it was definitely spiritual. He says, and and I really after knowing him for a decade. I know that this is true that he just wants these. I don't be found and returned to Israel, and he has no ulterior motives, he he considers this to be Israel's.

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"qom" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

14:59 min | 3 years ago

"qom" Discussed on WTVN

"D. I R E C. Two seven nine six four five. We're back with Shelly niece. We're talking about the copper scroll project and of the few and I'm cribbing here from Shelly nieces website of the few who have risked their careers and reputations to search for copper, scroll treasures only one remains. He's an unlikely hero of firemen from Oklahoma and award winning investigator named Jim Barfield who treated the copper, scroll like evidence in an arson case and came to an astonishing realization all of the locations described in the copper, scroll have exact architecture matches with Coomer on this rather unimpressive ruin perched on a plateau just off the coast of Israel's Dead Sea. At what point does Jim actually traveled to Israel to test. His theory. Good question. So he really it was after he identified the first twenty locations. It's not that you know, he never says that God told him that the copper scroll treasure was here. He never sort of lays down any Trump cards. But he just kept at it. I mean, he's just a person who wants he gets hold of it threat. He's gonna follow it all the way through. So it was once he identified the first twenty locations, and the copper scroll and saw that they all had architectural matches in Qom Ron that is when he had to get on a plane and go and see it in person himself, and and sort of walk the copper scroll on the ground at Ron because for one he also didn't know if he couldn't tell what the flooring was was like either. So you know, he might be able to match up ritual immersion pools are great. Cisterns or peristyle courtyard with all things listed in the copper scroll. But what he didn't know if he could if anybody would be able to break through that ground, or if it would be threatening to ruin itself, and so he flew there with his wife, and that was the first time he had ever been to Israel was to see copper call. Translation, was correct. And what was his motivation was he treasure seeker was a spiritual quest. So no, he is it was definitely spiritual. He says, and and I really after knowing him for a decade. I know that this is true that he just wants these items to be found and returned to Israel, and he has no ulterior motives, he he considers this to be Israel's Israel's birthright, or you know, her. There's no other there. There's no other motive, and it's also not as anyone would be able to as that was any monetary value on these things anyways. Now, he is a really religious man and very. Very strict keeping in with the Sabbath and west laws of the Torah. But also as a believer in Jesus. And so he kind of occupies both orbits. He's a little bit of a religious chameleon in that way that when he's with a group of Jews that he speaks the language of tour and of what's important to to religious Jews. But he also is is great with Christian audiences. So I see him kind of navigate both of those worlds and do it. Well because both are important to him. At this point. Is there this technology exists to do sort of ground penetrating imaging? Can they see what's under the ground? Right. So the technology has has come a long way like you reference oak island. You know, every time that they hit a wall. They always just get a new grand piece of technology to keep the pot moving. But what is what was the problem fifty years ago is that even when there were metal detectors, even when metal detecting technology existed? This is the Dead Sea area, so the soil there is mineralized in a very different way than any other place in the world. And so so metal detectors just gave false positives or we're able to read the soil and the right way. And so for then the beginning when Koran was excavated metal detectors weren't very useful. Jim barfield? One part is that so ground penetrating radar has been done at Combe run. But not for what we were looking for in the congress cruel because the coppers grow. This is it's it's where it occupies some space between this isn't traditional archaeology traditional archaeology things down to the last level of habitation. And when that's reached you stop the copper school is asking you to dig nine to twelve feet deeper than that. And to dig for something that was buried, so it's it's really a natural process for archaeologists to to pursue that. And so the ground penetrating radar that had been done does show voids at Combe Ron does show that there are underground sort of storage areas. Random priced from liberty university had done a lot of that work on the Koran plateau, and and he too has found void stare that. That he hasn't been able to excavate some of them cut into a cliff. There's like a very steep Wadi that dropped right at the edge of Koran. You have to be careful even an excavating caves or anything in that area because it's very collapsible. So we did get our hands on a Lorenzo deep max metal detector, which is probably the best metal detector for that region. A white smell detector is is strong. But that this is a ten thousand dollar metal detector when you add in the technology between being able to read the scans. But and it's a cute. It's a cute that you drag and it can tell the difference between ferrous and nonferrous metals second tell the difference. You know, we're looking for gold silver bronze or something else? And it can give some indication of size and depth, which is really what had to be done for the copper scroll. And what did it reveal? Well, so for years, so. I have to back it up a little in two thousand nine and this is just a crazy sort of chronology of events that even Jim Barfield was able to do this. But he was able to get a meeting with the equities at thirty and to excavate at three of the sites that were listed and his research, which how this Oklahoma's an investigator was able to get a meeting with the Israel antiquities authority and much less for them to to want to test and probe his research is you know, is tell them within itself. But he was able to do it. And so what became clear in that process is that the copper scoreless sixty locations. And so if you dig all over Kumaon at that kind of depth in sixty different sites. You'll have you'll destroy Koran in the process you'll end up making right? Look like an up close shot of the moon, you know, just craters everywhere. And so even though he had specific research that pointed to specific places coom Ryan is a sacred site in and of itself to Israel and to the religious community. And so he had to be really careful, and so it became clear that doing nine foot probes income Ron proper was not ideal. And and so for many years, she applied after that dig that dig was abruptly shut down for reasons that I can speculate on, but that we don't know for sure. And so and not archaeologist that had been in charge of the day, and who had really believed in gem Barfield research, and he was the number two person in command of coumarin from an archaeological level he actually died and. A tragic cave accident. Not so long after and so it really kind of brought everything to a to a hot. And for whatever reason the Israel antiquity authority denied permission to do an electronic skin of cover on and for years. It sat that way for years. Jim Barfield was applying. He was finding archaeologists he was writing new reports meeting with new leaders sometimes waiting out people to retire in the antiquities authority. And so he returned Israel's something like sixteen times sixteen times. Right. Exactly. So this guy's tenacious. He's two nations would so tomatoes and every time, you know, kind of building up this army of allies. A lot of people in the Temple Mount move at a lot of religious Jews who who want who see at third temple and Israel's future really have aligned with Jim Barfield succeed. Nothing has ever been found from the interior of the first or second temple. We appointing. Exterior evidence from the temples. Now, they're retaining walls are still there. We have things that I still in marks the place of trumpeting, we priestly weights and scales that we we do we have things, but we don't have. So certainly, you know, there's no denying the existence of the Jewish temple. But because of two thousand years of invaders and occupations in Jerusalem being destroyed and rebuilt back up, and because we can't excavate on the Temple Mount, there's really nothing from from the ritual vessels or their religious that we have. There was one tiny pomegranate that was found that was believed to be on the end of a priestly sceptre, and it had an inscription that said from the house of y'all way or in the house, and it has been proved to be a forgery, which brings us back to the show in terms of what we can sort of the banner that the Temple Mount movement in March under. That they would love for Jim Barfield to be successful. So he really has sort of this this religious cohort of allies that has has championed around him. But but just yes for years was knocking on on the wrong doors and really getting nowhere in terms of of the antiquities authority approving a permit, which the archaeologists that we worked with really couldn't even understand it said he'd never been denied a permit for something like that before because it was not invasive it wasn't threatening to the ruin especially when we were able to get a hold of the Wren's, which is a much better metal detector. So it was really a frustrating time period. He understand he even met with a member of the modern day, send Hedren. Yes. He met with the whole fan hundred so right twice. And they and he presented his whole research. He has a. He's a report writer for Comanche nation college in Oklahoma. And so after he retired from arson investigation. He actually taught report writing a community college. But anyways, he wrote his I mean, you should see his report is two hundred and sixty five pages filled with maps and descriptions and translations, and and, you know, graphic images of the conference growing. Just it's a it's a pretty amazing piece of work in and of itself. And so he always he's bringing it to these meetings. And so he presented the San he joined with his research. He's presented lots of people in Israel with research. All who seems it to, you know, just something heads in disbelief thinking that the answers then there this whole time that Koran has held the secret the whole time. And so that's he's gone up the religious high as it can go, right? So is it is it a a stubborn bureaucracy is it's a. Fear that by unearthing. These these treasures that it will somehow ignite political disputes land claims ignited, I dunno a Middle East war. What is the fear here? What's at stake? He'll probably yes. To all of those technically by Israel's archaeological laws whom Ron is areas. See which means that Koran is not Israel proper. In should is peace process, ever, be reignited Kumaon would be under negotiation or that area of Israel negotiation and potentially heart ever, new Palestinian state. And so by international international that the Geneva Convention standards. Whatever comes out of that area, whatever's on earth, and and excavations in that area is disputed property because. Land is disputed, and so Israel, actually when I say, the is that he was working with the party that's not entirely true because it's a military weaned on its own institution. And technically when something is found in that area. It has to it can be studied. And it can be researched and published by the archaeologist or the scholar that sounded, but it goes into military warehouse afterwards until the land is no longer in dispute. So that part of Indiana Jones is is fair and accurate that that this would technically be boxed up in a crate with the stamp Barca covenant. So in some ways, maybe they're being wise. Maybe the integrity is smart. And and and the same ways that we do this and other parts of the world, you know, that there are other soldiers in China, and that they're saving them to be excavated at a future date when we know. That the paint wall immediately come off of them, or you know, in Egypt with the pyramids that we know that are void that. Maybe you Wade out a better technology that can contest that that earned more accurately..

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"qom" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

14:51 min | 3 years ago

"qom" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Weather eleven ninety AM depend on us k acts. We're back with Shelly niece. We're talking about the copper scroll project and of the few and I'm cribbing here from Shelly nieces website of the few who have risked their careers and reputations to search for copper, scroll treasures only one remains. He's an unlikely hero of firemen from Oklahoma and award winning investigator named Jim Barfield who treated the copper, scroll like evidence in an arson case and came to an astonishing realization all of the locations described in the copper, scroll have exact architectural matches with Coomer on this rather unimpressive ruin perched on the plateau just off the coast of Israel's Dead Sea. At what point does Jim actually traveled to Israel to test. His theory. Good question. So he really it was after he identified the first twenty locations. It's not that you know, he never says that God told him that the copper scroll treasure was here. He never sort of lays down any Trump cards. But he just kept at it. I mean, he's just a person who wants he gets hold of a threat. He's gonna follow it all the way through. So it was once he identified the first twenty locations in the copper, scroll and saw that they all had architectural matches in Qom Ron that is when he had to get on a plane and go and see it in person himself, and and sort of walk the copper scroll on the ground at coumarin because for one he also didn't know if he couldn't tell what the flooring was was like either. So you know, he might be able to match up ritual immersion pools are great. Cisterns or peristyle courtyard with all things listed in the copper scroll. But what he didn't know is is if he could if anybody would be able to break through that ground, or if it would be threatening to ruin itself, and so he flew there with his wife, and that was the first time he had ever been to Israel was to see copper, squirrel. Translation, was correct. And what was his motivation was he a treasure seeker was this a spiritual quest. So no, he is it was definitely spiritual. He says, and and I really after knowing him for a decade. I I know that this is true that he just wants these items to be found and returned to Israel, and he has no ulterior motives, he he considers this to be Israel's Israel's birthright, or you know, her. There's no other there. There's no other motive, and it's also not as if anyone would be able to establish any monetary value on these things anyways. Now, he is a really religious man and very. Very strict keeping in with the Sabbath and with laws of the Torah. But also is a believer in Jesus. And so he kind of occupies both orbits. He's a little bit of a religious chameleon in that way that when he's with a group of Jews that he speaks the language of tour and of what's important to to religious Jews. But he also is is great with Christian audiences. So I see him kind of navigate both of those worlds and do it. Well because both are important to him. At this point. Is there does the technology exists to do sort of ground penetrating imaging? Can they see what's under the ground? Right. So the technology has has come a long way like you reference oak island. You know, every time that they hit a wall. They always just getting new grand piece of technology to keep the plot moving. But what is what was the problem fifty years ago is that even when there were metal detectors, even when metal detecting technology existed? This is the Dead Sea area, so the soil there is mineralized in a very different way than any other place in the world. And so so metal detectors just gave false positives or we're able to read the soil and the right way. And so for then the beginning when Koran was excavated metal detectors weren't very useful. Jim barfield? One part is that so ground penetrating radar has been done at Combe run. But not for what we were looking for in the copper scroll because the conference girl. This is it's it's where it occupies some space between this isn't traditional archaeology traditional archaeology things down to the last level of habitation. And when that's reached you stop the copper school is asking you to dig nine to twelve feet deeper than that. And to dig for something that was buried, so it's it's a really a natural process for archaeologists to to pursue that. And so the ground penetrating radar that had been done does show voids at Combe Ron does show that there are underground sort of storage areas. Random priced from liberty university had done a lot of that work on the Koran plateau, and and he too has found void stare that. That he hasn't been able to excavate some of them cut into a cliff. There's like a very steep Wadi that drops right at the edge of Koran. So you have to be careful even an excavating ks or anything in that area because it's very collapsible. So we did get our hands on a Lorenzo deep max metal detector, which is probably the best metal detector for that region. A white smell detector is is strong. But that that's we're ends. This is a ten thousand dollar metal detector when you add in technology between being able to read the scans. But and it's a cube. It's a cute that you drag and it can tell the difference between ferrous and nonferrous metals second tell the difference. You know, we're looking for gold silver bronze or something else, and it can give some indication of size, and which is really what had to be done for the copper scroll. And what did it reveal? Well, so for years, so. I have to back it up a little in two thousand nine and this is just a crazy sort of chronology of events that even able to do this. But he was able to get a meeting with the equities at thirty and to excavate at three of the sites that were listed in his research, which how this Oklahoma's and investigator was able to get a meeting with the Israel antiquities authority and much less for them to to want to test and probe his research is you know, as a as tell them within itself. But he was able to do it. And so what became clear in that process is that the copper scoreless sixty locations. And so if you dig all over Kumaon at that kind of debt and sixty different sites. You'll have you'll destroy Koran in the process, you'll end up making Koran look like an outpost side of the moon, you know, just craters everywhere. And so even though he had specific research that pointed to specific places coom Ron is a sacred site in and of itself to Israel and to the religious community. And so he had to be really careful, and so it became clear that doing nine foot probes income Ron proper was not ideal. And and so for many years, he applied after that dig that dig was abruptly shut down for reasons that. That I can speculate on, but that we don't know for sure. And so and not archaeologist that had been in charge of the day, and who had really believed in gem Barfield research, and he was the number two person in command of coumarin from an archaeological level he actually died in a tragic cave accident. Not so long after and so it really kind of brought everything to to a halt. And for whatever reason the Israel antiquity authority denied permission to do an electronic scan of come on and for years it sat that way for years. Jim Barfield was applying. He was finding new archaeologists. He was writing new reports meeting with new readers sometimes waiting out people to retire in the antiquities authority. And so he returned Israel's something like sixteen times. Right. Sixteen times. Right. Exactly. So this guy's tenacious. He's two nations so Taneja and every time, you know, kind of building up this army of allies. A lot of people in the Temple Mount move at a lot of of religious Jews who who want who see a third temple and Israel's future really have aligned with Jim Butterfield and succeed nothing has ever been found from the interior of the first or second temple. We appointing. Exterior evidence from the temples. Now, they're retaining walls are still there. We have things that a stone that marks the place of trumpeting priestly weights and scales that we do we have things, but we don't have. So certainly, you know, there's no denying the existence of the Jewish temple. But because of two thousand years of invaders ocupation in Jerusalem being destroyed and rebuilt back up, and because we can't excavate on the Temple Mount, there's really nothing from from the ritual vessels or their religious that we have. There was one tiny pomegranate that was found that was believed to be on the end of a priestly sceptre, and it had an inscription that said from the house of y'all way or in the house of Galway, and it has been proved to be a forgery, which brings us back to zero in terms of what we can sort of the banner that the Temple Mount movement can March under. They would love for Jim Barfield to be successful. So he really has sort of this this religious cohort of allies that has championed around him. But but just yes for years was knocking on on the wrong doors and really getting nowhere in terms of of the antiquities authority approving a permit, which the archaeologists that we worked with really couldn't even understand it said he had never been denied a permit for something like that before because it was not invasive wasn't threatening to ruin especially when we were able to get a hold of the Wren's, which is a much better metal detector. So is really a frustrating time period. He understand he even met with a member of the modern day, send Hedren. Yes. He met with the whole fan Hendrid. So right twice. And they and he presented his whole research has a he's a report writer for Comanche nation college in Oklahoma. And so after he retired from I investigation. He actually taught report writing at a community college. But anyways, he wrote his I mean, you should see his report is two hundred and sixty five pages filled with naps and descriptions and translations, and and, you know, graphic images of the conference grow. And it's a it's a pretty amazing piece of work in and of itself. And so he always he's bringing it to these meetings. And so he presented the San he joined with his research. He's presented lots of people in Israel with his research. All who seems it to, you know, just their heads in disbelief thinking that the answers then there this whole time that Koran has held the secret the whole time. And so that's. He's gone up the religious high highs it can go, right? So is it is it a a stubborn bureaucracy? Is it a fear that by unearthing? These these treasures that it will somehow ignite political disputes land claims ignited, I dunno a Middle East war. What is the fear here? What's at stake? He'll probably yes. To all of those technically by Israel's archaeological laws home, Ron is areas. See which means that Koran is not Israel proper in. In should is your peace process ever be re knighted Kumaon would be under negotiation or that area of Israel negotiation and potentially part of a new Palestinian state. And so by international. International the Geneva, Convention standards. Whatever comes out of that area, whatever's on earth, and and excavations in that area is disputed property because the land is disputed, and so Israel, actually when I say, the is that he was working with the equities Atari that's not entirely true because it's a military weaned on its own institution. And technically when something is found in that area. It has to it can be studied. And it can be researched and published by the archaeologist or the scholar that sounded, but it goes into a military warehouse afterwards until the land is no longer in dispute. So that part of Indiana Jones is is fair and accurate that that this would technically be boxed up in crate with this fan park, a covenant. So in some ways. Maybe they're being wise. Maybe the antiquities that argue smart, and and and and the same ways that we do this and other parts of the world, you know, that there are other terracotta soldiers in China, and that they're saving them to be excavated at a future date when we know that the paint wall immediately come off of them, or you know, in Egypt. The pyramids that we know that are void. But maybe you Wade out a better technology that can contest that that earned more accurately..

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"qom" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"qom" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"W H A S. We're back with Shelly niece. We're talking about the copper scroll project and of the few. I'm cribbing here. From Shelly nieces website of the few who have risked their careers and reputations to search for copper, scroll treasures only one remains. He's an unlikely hero of firemen from Oklahoma and award winning investigator named Jim Barfield who treated the copper, scroll like evidence in an arson case and came to an astonishing realization all of the locations described in the copper, scroll have exact architectural matches with Coomer on this rather unimpressive ruined perched on the plateau just off the coast of Israel's Dead Sea. At what point does Jim actually traveled to Israel. To test his theory. Good question. So he really it was after he identified the first twenty locations. It's not that you know, he never says that God told him that the copper scroll treasure was here. He never sort of lays down any Trump cards. But he just kept at it. I mean, he's just a person who once he gets hold of a threat. He's gonna follow it all the way through. So it was once he. Identified the first twenty locations, and the copper scroll and saw that they all had architectural matches in Qom Ron that is when he had to get on a plane and go and see it in person himself, and and sort of walk the copper scroll on the ground at Coomer on because for one he also didn't know if he couldn't tell what the flooring was was like either. So you know, he might be able to match up ritual immersion pools are great cisterns or peristyle courtyard with all things listed in the copper scroll. But what he didn't know is if he could if anybody would be able to break through that ground, or if it would be threatening to ruin itself, and so he flew there with his wife, and that was the first time he had ever been to Israel was to see if congress called translation was correct. And what was his motivation was he a treasure seeker was a spiritual quest. So no he is. It was definitely spiritual. He says, and and I really after knowing him for a decade. I I know that this is true that he just wants these items to be found and returned to Israel, and he has no alterior motive he he considers this to be.

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"qom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"qom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I R E C T. Two seven nine six four five. We're back with Shelly niece. We're talking about the copper scroll project and of the few and I'm cribbing here from Shelly nieces website of the few who have risked their careers and reputations to search for copper, scroll treasures only one remains. He's an unlikely hero of firemen from Oklahoma and award winning investigator named Jim Barfield who treated the copper, scroll like evidence in an arson case and came to an astonishing realization all of the locations described in the copper, scroll have exact architectural matches with Coomer on this rather unimpressive ruined perched on a plateau just off the coast of Israel's Dead Sea. At what point does Jim actually traveled to Israel to test. His theory. Good question. So he really it was after he identified the first twenty locations. It's not that you know, he never says that the God told him that the copper scroll treasure was here. He never sort of lays down any Trump cards. But he just kept at it. I mean, he's just a person who wants he gets hold of a threat. He's going to follow it all the way through. So it was once he identified the first twenty locations, and the copper scroll and saw that they all had architecture all matches in Qom, Ron that is when he had to get on a plane and go and see it in person himself, and and.

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