36 Burst results for "South Pacific"

The Bottle vs. Tap Battle: Which Tastes Better?

Gastropod

02:49 min | 3 months ago

The Bottle vs. Tap Battle: Which Tastes Better?

"Are in the ring with tap and bottled and it's time for the first round. Let's start with a question of taste. My name is martin reason. I live in los angeles. And i am a water somali. So many years at gentleman who works in a restaurant and recommends to from wine pairings. I'm doing the same with water. Amazingly this is not satire. This is real mini documentary all about martin the war to somali. Sometimes i'm so proud to be angelino my passion for water against child but a drinker professionally since two thousand this whole water semi business has got to be totally well to keep it clean. I'm going to call it bull honky a water sommelier. This is penn and teller's point exactly that it's hor spooky that said their guests. Were totally fooled by the fancy menu. Even though they were drinking identical glasses of water what do you think about the amazon pressure. Okay now i can take on. this is definitely tasted. It's it's almost too easy to make fun of this. Whole business of different waters tasting different. But also penn and teller isn't necessarily the most trusted source for food news so we figured we should be open minded and scientific and test this whole thing out ourselves. We bought a bunch of different types of bottled waters and we through our own top water into the tasting mix. and then we each deputized partners. Tim and jeff to create a blind taste test for us. Tim down fourteen little glasses. Got a hold of some tap water and then he opened and poured each bottle and one cam here in los angeles. Jeff did the same following the instructions. On tim's spreadsheet we'd picked an american spring water the couple of european mineral waters some bottled process tap water specifically aquafina and then to mix things up. We added one of those bogus alkaline waters and some artesian water. All the way from the south pacific we have an array of glasses and each row of glasses represents different types of bottled water. There is some tap water in there to throw you off and we are hoping to see that you might or might not be able to tell the difference. I have to say. I embarked on this with a lot of confidence in my discriminatory abilities. At least when it comes to beverages nothing None of my previous wine tasting experience is helping me here but let me take a sip.

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Fresh update on "south pacific" discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

00:35 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "south pacific" discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"And and really. It's gotten enormous treatment and There is not. There is a lot of circumstance questions of out. What happened That day and you know about the gun that was used about how many shots were fired about where the shots came from nothing that you and our listeners today don't know but i just have to tell you that it not while there is a lot of reason to be suspicious. I'm i'm also moved. By the fact that very respected historians have looked really closely at this and have not found The proof of the conspiracy enough gone back to back the findings of the warren commission. Now with regard to bobby. i mean. just think about this. You've got these extremely Respected members of the commission that has been appointed to take a look. And you've got your own absolutely unbearable pain. In terms of the fact that your beloved brother has been not just assassinated but my god assassinated on the world stage like in of the world and how am what an ugly assassination. It was and all the rest. And it's sort of leaving. Bobby just absolutely unanswered. Unsettled amoured i. depressed Maybe one reason that he did not raise questions as he couldn't bear to raise them That that the whole idea that not just was he assassinated. But maybe there was something behind this. The military The mafia fidel castro who the kennedys had tried more than once to assassinate themselves It maybe it was just too unbearable for him. I understand what you're raising the question. But but i don't know if the point is i don't know if my conclusion is to criticize bobby because he wasn't more vocal about this very suspicious questionable report from the warren commission. I'm just trying to see him as a human being in this situation i agree you know and then ignoring you. What maybe maybe it was just too painful to even contemplate right But on those lines now he was extremely energized about some issues and very This way. I asked if he was on the same page jack before because he was really energized about The vietnam war and ending would you. What why he got into the race in sixty eight In the first place because that was the main thing that was bothering him now could early. You talked about jack wanting to take a stand against communism and believing that. And i know this. It's hard for me to accept now that people actually really believe that if communists communism took hold in south vietnam of all places that one day would spread to the united states. Would bobby on that. Same page with the idea that the boogeyman of communism if it takes over a small country in an south south south pacific there We're going to It's going to expect to america with bobby under that. Same idea that we need to stop communism in its place. Well i think. I think what you need to understand. Is that the world at that. Time was extremely bipolar. Not multipolar is it is today now in a sense. It's becoming once again by polar between the united states in china but but coming out of world war two there were two great superpowers the united states and the soviet union and they were competing for influence around the world and it is the case That there was a what was known as the cold war consensus. I in america. Which was that. America's main challenge around the world was to stop the spread of communism were at least to contain the soviet so that they did not become too influential. But i think it's an overstatement to say that everybody believes that if it was if south vietnam was conquered by the north and the whole country when communists that you know the next thing you knew there were going to be communists in san francisco and then in chicago and sold the war though. No i don't think so. I think i think it was more nuance than that. I think it was. You know the world is a big place. The world will we will be safer. We will be freer. We will be more prosperous if more of the world is free. And i think that's a very legitimate point of view You know you get more free. You get more democracies more free market Economies you get more trade to get more prosperity and by the way. It is almost a cardinal rule That has been almost never broken. That democracies do not declare war on one another on so the world really would be a safer place if more of it was free and democratic. So we were trying certainly Just like the soviets were trying to extend communism we were trying to expand freedom and democracy throughout the developing world and jack was only one president Who had this on his agenda. I started with truman. In the aftermath of world war two went to eisenhower. Went to kennedy. Went to johnson went to nixon. And even was you know an article of faith in more recent presidents. I mean obviously ray in but you know. I worked in an earlier life of four years in the clinton white house and president clinton would make speeches all the time about you. Know the united states you know showing the example of freedom and democracy in places that were going through turmoil like the balkans in the in the mid nineteen ninety s. So so. I look to the extent that people were saying if south vietnam goes you know. The united states is directly threatened to the extent that people said that they were obviously overstating things through these that they said that you know a more communist world would be a more dangerous world. I don't think they were overstating things. I your point is well taken on that But i do think some level a lot of people were believing in that idea. And i still think it still used today. We see it still use today in politics all the time just to throw up the word communism in you're going to scare people into into thinking that it's going to happen here and you know what we talk about. You know economic models for how civilization. I think could balls down the dictatorships really but and i'm not a communist and i'm not proposing communism up just saying i'm not as afraid of communists if democratic.

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What Does the Future of Money Look Like?

The Big Story

01:59 min | 4 months ago

What Does the Future of Money Look Like?

"Jordan. Heath rawlings is the big story. Michael doyle is a freelance reporter and journalist based in toronto who examined the future of money in canada for the globe in mail. Hi michael jordan. Can you start us off. Just because it's such a useful way to think about this. At least i found it useful by telling us the story of money on the island of yap certainly Yup is a tiny island. That is now part of micronesia in the south pacific and for hundreds of years. They had a very unusual form of currency and that was these gigantic limestone rocks and the bigger they were the more valuable they were and also of course the bigger they were the more difficult they were to actually physically exchange with each other so over time they Just left the rocks where they were and In order for them to figure out who owned which rock which note of currency for lack of better term. They created basically a form of a ledger. And in the form of an oral history of who owned each rock and how the rocks transacted from person to person on the island and so that's how they effectively did business. That's how they exchanged Goods and services for hundreds of years. Now tell me how that relates to wear. Our use of money is heading certainly It's actually a really great analogy. Because in one example it sort of captures a snapshot of what money has been for hundreds if not thousands of years since the since we came up with the idea of money however long ago that was And at the same time it also short sort of shows us where technology is going to change money in the near future so the question of what money is a really weird thing. it's kind of like a philosophical rabbit hole. You go down but at it. Sort of core form money is

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Caller Believes Liberals Cry 'Racism' When Simply Talking About History

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 4 months ago

Caller Believes Liberals Cry 'Racism' When Simply Talking About History

"My father when he was 19 years old 20 years old. He was out in the South Pacific and the U. S s car clean fighting for our freedom. Yep. Cause I tried to explain that to my son when he was playing his video game goes down. I'm fighting the drivers that you're not sure I said you're fucked. Your grandfather was out in the South Pacific D E is destroyed Escort and he was actually fighting the Japanese, you know? Uh, you know, it's I feel like now, if you even talk about what happened in the past, now you're racist. Yeah, but we're going to talk about it, no matter what. And They want to learn history on the left, and we need to teach history. We need to teach history and what they don't want to teach is the greatness of this country. We have men and women who have died. In the last several decades, defending Muslims from Muslims Isn't that true, sir? Right? Whether it's in Afghanistan, whether it's in the Middle East. We have special forces now in Africa. Trying to protect Innocent people. Christians by Christians. From some of these Muslim terrorist groups in Nigeria in the Congo and other places. Now we don't deserve a pat on the head for this sort of thing. I'm just trying to. I'm going against the narrative. The narrative is ridiculous. What we're hearing day in and day out around here. Day in and day out. Yeah. The when I saw that general talking about critical race theory. Listen, when you get the army if you get the gate in the Marines, whatever you're an American, and you're fighting against a folk You're not fighting against each other. That's what got me upset. Yeah, and it should have gotten upset

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What's the Latest With Princess Cruises

CruiseTipsTV Unplugged - Cruise Tips and More

01:49 min | 6 months ago

What's the Latest With Princess Cruises

"Princess has recently announced that they're twenty twenty. Two japan itineraries are on sale. Which are going to be pretty incredible. They've also announced recently that they're twenty twenty two and twenty twenty three and arctic cruise aren't sale but it is important to note that princess really does sale around the globe. They're very well known for their alaska mexican riviera europe and caribbean itineraries. But princess cruises. You guys to so many other places in addition to the ones. I've just mentioned they also crews in australia new zealand of course california and the pacific coast canada new england europe hawaii. We already talked about japan. The mexican riviera they cruise through the panama canal. South america and an article to heat in the south pacific and they also do world cruises. So there's a lot of different choices that you have. When you're thinking about a cruise of princess. They really are global cruise lines. They're not so much about their new itineraries right now as they are there new ships. And we're going to talk a little bit about that in a wee bit here. But i i want to kind of talk about princess in the news in case you've missed some of their most recent updates really the most recent update and this is actually from april. Twenty second is that princess is actually making its return to sailing over in the uk. Regal princess in under one hundred days is going to be sailing from southampton for some summer seek haitians. these are only going to be for uk guests. And it's pretty exciting stuff for those of you. Who live over in the uk. I bet you are thrilled. Bet your booking. I bet you're ready to get on regal princess and check it out and report back to all of us in the us and canada and the rest of the world and let us know how it

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New Zealand Booking Agents Hope for More Bookings

ABC Radio MELBOURNE Programming

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

New Zealand Booking Agents Hope for More Bookings

"Agents across New Zealand's say they hope to see thousands of Australians locking their holidays. Now the trouble bubble is open. Josh Brothers reports from Queenstown. A recent survey by research New Zealand found almost half of New Zealanders aren't thrilled that allowing a sudden influx of Australians after what was a relatively safe isolation period. But booking agents and businesses here have been struggling. Some booking agents have told local media they've seen a spike in online searches, but yet to see bookings match what they call online window shopping. The New Zealand government is currently considering similar travel bubbles with South Pacific nations, but details a yet to be announced.

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The Rum Rebellion of 1808

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:47 min | 7 months ago

The Rum Rebellion of 1808

"So the rum. Rebellion overthrew william. Bligh governor of new south wales in eighteen. O eight and they might sound familiar to you. It is the same william. Bligh who lost his ship. The hms bounty mutineers and seventeen eighty nine. He had been on a voyage to the south pacific to secure breadfruit plants. Which were supposed to provide a cheap food source for. Britain's enslaved workforce in the caribbean previous hosts katie and. Sarah did an episode on this in two thousand ten and we re released it as our most recent saturday classic. So we're not gonna go back over all of the details today but there are some aspects of it and of bligh's later naval career which are relevant to what happened in new south wales. The biggest was this. Mutiny had tarnished bligh's reputation in some circles people disparagingly called him things like bounty bligh. This wasn't entirely justified though. Mutinies were so common in the late. Eighteenth century that british captains who got back from long voyages without having had one were praised for it and at first buys reputation after the mute was really pretty positive. He had successfully gated thousands of miles of ocean in this little open boat saving the lives of nearly every man who had been loyal to him but then while he was out on his next voyage which was basically a. Do over of the one with to mutiny. Some of the mutineers were caught and faced a court martial the mutineers and their supporters particularly the family of ringleader. Ed christian circulated propaganda that depicted bligh as a tyrant the mutineers martial testimony was similarly damning and bligh was not there to defend himself.

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"south pacific" Discussed on Planet Mikey

Planet Mikey

05:04 min | 7 months ago

"south pacific" Discussed on Planet Mikey

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"south pacific" Discussed on Planet Mikey

Planet Mikey

01:43 min | 7 months ago

"south pacific" Discussed on Planet Mikey

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South Pacific quake triggered tsunami warnings: "About as big as it gets"

WBZ Morning News

00:19 sec | 8 months ago

South Pacific quake triggered tsunami warnings: "About as big as it gets"

"One of the strongest earthquakes to ever hit. The South Pacific triggers tsunami warnings across the ocean, forcing thousands of people in New Zealand to evacuate small tsunami wave scene but only minor damage reported in the region. The magnitude 8.1 quake in New Zealand also triggered a tsunami watch in

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South Pacific quake triggered tsunami warnings

WBZ Morning News

00:19 sec | 8 months ago

South Pacific quake triggered tsunami warnings

"Pacific and modern history, triggering Tsunami warnings across the ocean and forcing thousands of people in New Zealand to evacuate small tsunami waves were seen but only in minor damage reported in the region. The magnitude 8.1 quake in New Zealand also triggers tsunami watch in Hawaii and kids with crayons

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South Pacific quake triggered tsunami warnings

Hugh Hewitt

00:18 sec | 8 months ago

South Pacific quake triggered tsunami warnings

"Powerful magnitude 8.1 earthquake struck in the ocean off New Zealand, prompting thousands of people to evacuate, triggering tsunami warnings across the South Pacific. Quake was the largest in the Syrian tremors that struck the region over several hours Friday, including two earlier quakes, Magnitude 7.4 and a

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Tsunami waves hit New Zealand's coastline

Tim Conway Jr.

00:22 sec | 8 months ago

Tsunami waves hit New Zealand's coastline

"Has hit off the New Zealand thousands of people been evacuated and there were tsunami warnings across the South Pacific. A small tsunami wave was seen in New Zealand, but the threat is now past a tsunami watch for Hawaii has been canceled. US national tsunami Warning center says California and the rest of the West Coast are not in danger. A 7.4 and 7.3 also hit the same area this morning from the Southern California

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Powerful earthquakes trigger tsunami warning in New Zealand; thousands evacuate

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:19 sec | 8 months ago

Powerful earthquakes trigger tsunami warning in New Zealand; thousands evacuate

"Has been rattled by multiple earthquakes and cakes has more from the Bloomberg newsroom and that's right. A powerful 8.9 magnitude earthquake struck off the New Zealand coast. That prompted the evacuation of thousands of people and triggered tsunami warnings across the South Pacific for been a series of quakes, but they do not appear to pose a widespread threat, toe lives or buildings.

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Tsunami watch cancelled in Hawaii after 8.1 New Zealand quake

Lance McAlister

00:27 sec | 8 months ago

Tsunami watch cancelled in Hawaii after 8.1 New Zealand quake

"Natural disaster no longer looming and Hawaii no longer a threat of a tsunami after a quake in the South Pacific. After the 8.1 magnitude quake off the coast of New Zealand, a tsunami watch was posted for Hawaii over concerns a large wave could be heading that way that 8.1 quake was a third to hit off. The coast of New Zealand in six hours. The tsunami watch for Hawaii has been brought down the Pacific Tsunami warning Center. Determining there is

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Agency cancels Hawaii tsunami watch after huge Pacific quake

The Savage Nation

00:28 sec | 8 months ago

Agency cancels Hawaii tsunami watch after huge Pacific quake

"Officials say there's no longer a threat of a tsunami to Hawaii after concerns due to a quake in the South Pacific. After the 8.1 magnitude quake off the coast of New Zealand, A tsunami watch was posted for Hawaii over concerns a large wave could be heading that way that 8.1 quake was a third to hit off the coast of New Zealand in six hours. The tsunami watch for Hawaii has been brought down. Pacific Tsunami Warning Center. Determining there is no threat. Alex Stone ABC

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Underwater Navigation

Scuba Shack Radio

05:08 min | 9 months ago

Underwater Navigation

"Last weekend. I was teaching a private open water class to a woman who wanted to get her confined water. Training done before heading out to the south pacific to work and to complete are open water dies. That's pretty nice. Don't you think well as we were finishing up our classroom work. We reviewed the logistics for our pool session. The next day. I pulled up the map on my computer with the street view to show her where to enter the building and the location of the parking and as we were closing out she said just give her the address. She'll let the gps in her phone. Get into the pool. Pretty simple and she arrived on time the next day at the pool. Ready for our session. Now during our pool sessions we have our students where computer on the wrist. I like to let them get used to the feel and also looking at the computer while underwater and as i was explaining that we liked to wear the computer on our right wrist with our compass on the left wrist. She asked if there was an underwater. Gps available instead of a compass. That's a reasonable question. Right now i would say not really. I know that garment makes a dive. Computer the descent mark one that has surfaced. Gps to mark your entry and exit points but the glamour on their website states. Gps tracking and satellite communication does not work underwater technology however continues to be amazing. I did come across a company. Navigate out northridge california that is creating a solution of sorts it involves a gps gateway which is a floating radio antenna with a suspended array below and that communicate with a wrist mounted unit it uses an acoustic signals that determines the bearing and range from the gps gateway and then plot your position on the dive site. It's an interesting piece of technology and still evolving. The website for naveh made says it will be available this year. The cost of the wrist unit will be fifteen hundred dollars while the gps gateway will also come in at fifteen hundred dollars. There was some reference that they would be making the gps gateway available to boat operators. So it would appear that we are at the cusp of some new and exciting ways to navigate during our diving but as we know the proliferation adoption and success could take awhile the wrist. Mount unit is only good. If you have the gps gateway available it could take awhile until there are enough of these units out there to make to make it worthwhile purchasing a fifteen hundred dollar unit. You could end up with the gadget on your arm. That isn't going to give you what you want. So that's where we come to the tried and true underwater navigator. We all start are underwater navigation. Training deal i open water diver course when we are introduced to the compass and how to use it for some simple navigation on the surface and underwater. But if most people are like me. I wasn't really ready to navigate effectively on a dive. I needed more experience and training. We get this during our advanced open water training when we do more navigation training and conduct a navigation dive to extend our knowledge we learn about kick cycles how to measure distance and extend our skills with a compass for most people. This is pretty much the extent of their navigation training. So you'll have to make sure that you practice use your compass during a dive to set a course and see if you can return to the boat us time to judge your distance and kick cycles learned to trust your compass and you'll find your underwater navigation skills improved. You can also continue your navigation training and education with the water navigation. Specialty course for the patty specialty. You go into more detail about measuring distance how to use natural navigation techniques and more use of the compass including underwater patterns after completing your knowledge development. Which can be done using the patio electronic learning platform. You'll conduct three open. Water dives to build your skills and proficiency and underwater navigation having that confidence and competence in using your compass and finding your way underwater reduces your stress and anxiety and make sure diving more relaxed and fun right now. We really aren't able to avail ourselves of underwater. Gps it sounds like there might be solutions in the future and as we have come to appreciate technology advances. We'll be standing by for now however you can't go wrong in developing your skills than the tried and true underwater navigation techniques and equipment

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7.7 earthquake hits South Pacific Ocean

Morning Edition

00:24 sec | 9 months ago

7.7 earthquake hits South Pacific Ocean

"Powerful underwater earthquake in the Pacific Ocean east of Australia and north of New Zealand. U. S Geological Survey says its magnitude is 7.7. A tsunami watch has been posted for those countries and for American Samoa, Fiji and other Pacific Islands. Officials in Hawaii say it is too early to determine if those islands are threatened. On Wall Street, the

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"south pacific" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:37 min | 11 months ago

"south pacific" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So there's one starting up in just a few minutes at new Sounds Stop or g'kar. Starting up right now, though. Music from New Zealand composer and nail Lockwood. She spent most of her career here in the state, but she is a a Kiwi, a native New Zealander. And draws on the South Pacific for this piece called Ma Lolo, a Samoan lullaby. It is sung in the Samoan language island in the middle of the South Pacific. In this case by the Santa Monica High School. Women's Chorus hears music by Ania Lockwood. A lullaby from Samoa from a New Zealand composer sung by an American chorus, the Santa Monica High School Women's Chorus. And Melo.

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The Denisovans Expand Their Range Into China

60-Second Science

02:01 min | 11 months ago

The Denisovans Expand Their Range Into China

"Like modern humans than neanderthals roamed widely throughout europe. We know this because they left behind. Extensive evidence usually bones or tools but their cousins. The denisovans our more mysterious until recently they were conclusively linked only to a single cave in southern siberia called denisova cave which lies between kazakhstan and mongolia in that cave. Scientists had found a finger bone three teeth and piece of skull which tip them off to the existence of a whole new lineage of ancient human now scientists have uncovered more of the range for the denisovans says de endo mossy lonnie of the max planck institute in germany. His team turned up evidence. The ancient humans occupied a high mountain cave on the tibetan plateau. Called by shia cave belongs to monks and -mongst things that it's a very holy place in fact among found a piece of jawbone there in nineteen eighty which has been tenuously linked to the denisovans salani and his team have now unearthed more conclusive evidence by sifting through cave sediments and sequencing the genetic evidence. The denisovans left behind. Buddy decay of people chests. Gabbing down the side like bleeding. There are coping ping could left their dna. The dna appears in layers suggesting the denisovans inhabited the cave as far back as one hundred thousand years ago as well as at sixty thousand years ago and perhaps even as recently as forty five thousand years ago meaning. The denisovans might overlapped in this region with modern humans. The results appear in the journal. Science mossy lonnie says. This method could enable more denise in detective work to this like so many caves when we have evidence of human activity but we don't have opening remain so if he can exploit to sediment can actually start to track down in segment. The denisova dini denise evans live on today in the genomes of some modern day humans from the south pacific further. Genetic work like this might give scientists more clues where early homo sapiens. I met and mixed with the elusive denisovans.

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Fire devastates world's largest sand island

TIME's Top Stories

05:16 min | 11 months ago

Fire devastates world's largest sand island

"Gladys boo knows firsthand. the devastation climate change is already visiting on the world. The twenty five year old has vivid memories of kale island a tiny islet in the solomon islands archipelago where she used to swim and barbecue on the white sand beaches. It's also where her grandparents used to live decades back but kale island no longer exists. It was declared lost in two thousand sixteen after it fully submerged beneath the water a victim of rising sea levels. She worries more of her home. In the south pacific could share the same fate if global temperatures continue to rise at the same pace and just decades. My country's map has changed drastically. She says boo and others who have personally experienced the worst effects of climate change took center stage at a two week. Summit for youth climate activists. The virtual event was organized out of frustration at the postponement of the twenty twenty united nations climate. Change conference also called cop. Twenty six meeting between nations called mock cop twenty six. The summit was attended by more than three hundred fifty delegates from one hundred eighteen countries and included speeches from activists and stakeholders from around the world including the uk government minister in charge of the original cop twenty six in a year dominated by pandemic related disruptions. The mockup to six may be one of the largest international meetings focused on climate change. Even if it lacked official status but another goal of the event was to elevate the voices of those most affected by climate. Change it's a conscious decision. Based on consensus among youth activists that people in the developing world and other marginalized voters are not being represented in the climate movement which has largely focused on activists from developed nations. Be a greta tune. Berg's fridays for future or extinction rebellion which was established in the uk. The climate movement has been often inaccessible and is generally dominated by middle class. White people in the global north says a mercedes rodriguez richer to an activist from the uk student climate network. We can't stand up to this challenge without listening to the people whose voices matter the most in an attempt to be more inclusive. The virtual conference says granted more delegates. To what organizers call most affected people in areas or mapa including the philippines and bangladesh these countries and others were granted five delegates as opposed to three from most developed nations. Giving them more speaking time. More than seventy percent of the delegates represented at the summit or from developing countries. Having more delegates also gave these countries more representation and say in the wording of the final statement from mockup twenty six many behind. Mock cop twenty six. See this as a first step toward changing the emphasis of the youth climate movement. Several studies have shown that a warming planet will disproportionately affect developing countries more than developed nations however mainstream climate movements of faced criticism for not being inclusive of the most vulnerable nations earlier. This year. vanessa. Nakata a ugandan. Climate activist was cropped out of a photo in which she posed with four activists from europe including gratitude berg. It felt like i had been robbed in my space. Nicotine told time in july if climate justice does not involve the most affected communities than it is not justice at all. The photo was later replaced by the new agency that published it when we include everyone. You realize how a lot of the problems are. Common across countries says mitzi thanh a twenty two year old activists from the philippines who has been volunteering at the summit and is one of the speakers representing her country. Thanh has lived through extreme weather events in her native manila which has witnessed progressively more powerful typhoons with each passing year. She says activists like her who have seen the life altering damage. Climate change is already inflicting can go beyond being just sad stories and statistics and take an active role in creating a global solution. There's evidence this approach might result in more effective action to a twenty nineteen report by the united nations development programme found that vulnerable developing countries are leading the world by enacting ambitious pledges on emissions and climate resilience so the narrative. Necessarily isn't we are drowning. We need help says samira sarala a climate change policy expert at the united nations development programme. But rather look how we have seen the consequences and taken the destiny into our own hands. Abu the activist from the solomon islands feels that amplifying stories like hers will help people understand that the climate crisis is already a reality for people in many parts of the world when people who don't believe in climate change. Listen to our stories. They will hopefully empathize and engage she says.

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Vicki Wickham on Ready Steady Go

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Vicki Wickham on Ready Steady Go

"Well, the rocks pages podcast. This is Mark Pringle with me is my colleague Jessica Murison Bowie I'm mark and in third zoom window is very, very special guest Vicki Wickham Hi Vicki Hi both. The keys perched on her. New York, city this is eight o'clock in the evening London Time I've had my first Jones Hannukah Day and we'll be hearing sirens all of that sort of New York City soundscape. So for those who don't know I mean is legendary carrot tourneys business over the years I think as I say, produce on the fantastic pioneering pop TV series, ready steady go subsequently manager of La Belle, and in many ways, a CO create of La Belle was an artist and a friend and manager of Dusty Springfield and subsequently of the likes of Morrissey. Marr and Vicky tell us about how you got into pop music and as a professional activity totally by default. I would inland I was working. I had several jobs and I had one job that I really liked which I was working for radio BBC like entertainment it was cold. And My job was a production assistant and the writer, my producer, my boss Charles Chilton wrote these wonderful one hour specials. Flooding Allen or the moment or the songs from the First World War and so we have. Autism singers, musicians, actors, etc, etc etc and my job is to put all together. And I learned a lot needs to say but I I was thinking that it conciliates should be doing television radio and I don't quite know why but left thinking everybody would want me nobody walked in. One Luckily one of my really good friends Carolina with Carter was seeing somebody at associated rediffussion. Sunday could Elkin Allen. Let detail who set don't have it at the moment but. A secretarial job will come up. No I don't want to be the secretary. So he was great. He's lectured me and said, you want to be anything. You can just get your foot in the door and about a week later called me up and said come in. For you sat me down and said yes, your secretary but I promise you anyways cut a long story short. He had this idea for music show cooled ready steady go and by the time we will put together. The pilots can get at I was producing it. Did I know anything about pop music for? Thing but no did anybody else. So the show was picked up and luckily a couple of other young people we were young came in and we started working on a program could ready steady go at elk was mabus he left us alone. Yeah just great. It's it's amazing I mean ready steady go is so different from anything that come before it. Really I mean I suppose some the Jack Goods shows sort of pointed in direction to some extent but then you had a lot of really stiff stock not much pop music television full stop did you feel that what you're doing with revolutionary from very early point? At all we we just going out to you know as as you would our age going to clubs seeing people listening to Radio Caroline talking to people, and you know suddenly became very obvious that we could have these people on the show that when we went to see the rolling stones when we love Brian Jones who had the best hair in the will We could say come on the show and they did it was on the sleep. It was just gut reaction and knock I. Mean did anything to see any of this? No. Fantastic. I mean also. Undid you love always love music yourself. Personally was was all be something which is always chime to you because ready steady go was fantastic. Inner suspect it really focused free. Key American black music I didn't even know about black music I was. Gilbert and Sullivan. And South Pacific I knew nothing as we started ready steady. Very. Few black axe or autism in England. So inevitably, booking although the white exit cetera and the Springfield we became friends and dusty would play me these great blue soul rb records and that's when I fell in love with them and suddenly when we have these people own and literally would call agents and say other coming over, we could use the. and S Luckily, the show became big enough that it was worth people bringing them over because they knew they would be on the

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"south pacific" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:15 min | 1 year ago

"south pacific" Discussed on AP News

"The venue is in the tropical island of Vanuatu in the South Pacific went into lockdown late last month as a precaution because of the corona virus pandemic and then was hit by a destructive cyclone because of the lockdown there's been no coronavirus cases on the island well recovery goes on from the cyclone Donna watching cricket association is holding a men's exhibition and women's final it will all be live streamed the league's chief executive says it will be one of the only live sports around the world at the moment and he added board sports fans can see something a bit different I'm a Donahue

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"south pacific" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"south pacific" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"Because the ship became infested with disease ridden rats who after consuming any remaining food on their then turned on each other in twenty fourteen. The Orlova traveled all the way to British coastal waters and being ship of great size panic and shoot as authorities desperately tried to predict where she would then draw brought in February and March of that year from this deserted and rat infested ship came to distress signals. Had some poor soul been stranded alone and starving on the Orlova desperately trying to escape being the rats next meal will not quite the distress signals. Were simply an automated signal that becomes activated when the ship begins to take on water or at least I hope they wear. But please don't let those stories along you because tonight with boarding. Us Naval destroyer in the South Pacific and thankfully has a strong captain an inexperienced crew. Although when one of the whaling boats wasn't secured properly rough weather it did result in some damage which the chief Boatswain's mate chief bell is getting addressing downfall. Now last night we had a bad swell. That boat should've been did instead of what's left swung the result. She's eighty percent damaged and filled up like a swimming pool. We had nine hours warning of that storm Bell. This ship should have been one hundred percent prepared instead. It wasn't and I WANNA know why I did the best..

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"south pacific" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"south pacific" Discussed on KOMO

"You maneuver the road realistic get up to speed with expert insights on the mortgage industry and your northwest dumping ground by itself the vast and rest street talk this panel of industry insiders here's Chris day thanks for joining us the second hour and I used to be a little bit gloomy out then not too bad but you can certainly feel it warming up a little bit but it's windy is all can be powers out everywhere for a lot of places well it was crazy loud what made the win woke me up this morning little little pre is about forty five minutes for alarm went off so and couldn't can go back to sleep fully consider putting fifteen no I'm just joking a lame joke but okay so I always look at interesting articles and there was not a collection Lee talking about the ten hottest neighborhoods to watch throughout the country this former competitor by redfin but number eight on the list was one west ridge wouldn't fill a surprise in the South Pacific yeah you know it didn't end there though it was not just talk about wooden bill but it was that specific because you know how big is west ridge anyway median sales price nine thirty full of media sale price for the metro area five sixty two number of homes that sold above list fifteen what does such a great area I mean you kind that are common you know right out of the bell B. Kirkland you pass totem lake and then it's it's really not far out you know you're twenty twenty five minutes obviously the wine country there is is huge and I mean what there's it's such a dynamic community I understand why people want to live there I think this over more than eighty wineries yeah we took the two zones you've got the the country's own and got the industrials on on the hill yep off of five twenty two but what a great way to spend the afternoon you know go around and get one of those buses yeah and tool tool some of the nice a winery so depending on you know a lot of people depending on where you're where you're at whether in Hollywood hill or a couple of the different neighborhoods I mean some of the neighborhoods are so close that you can just walk down the street and and you're right there so you don't have a couple glasses of wine then walk on back home especially around the roundabout area on the guns have chosen Zani yes no man is I'd read hook now and well it's a lot less yeah so it's on the property but actually run and I went to that deal grand opening is now taken over the old red hooks on yep and then on that rental sites yes isn't the only one in the cross street as well what a deadly place to live let's bring back a little bit gently place to live yeah be down at the winery there's a lot yeah I mean I well I think any again the this weather's product that's why those property values are so high just because you go from say awful all the way down to Renton just the full five corridor right there on Lake Washington I mean if you can it's acceptability you close to everything and that's what a lot of people looking for they're looking for you know a few major things when it comes to location one school district not only is walkability and then also public transportation because there's so many people that are can't afford to live in Seattle proper live right downtown as we've discussed and they have to live up north down south or East West and so how do they get from home to try to work and so I think the public transportation walkability in school district pretty big items that people need to take a look at in Woodville I mean you're you're you're two minutes for everything we're talking about that you're also still not more than fifteen minutes from the Kirkland waterfront downtown Bellevue's gotten big there's just a lot within twenty to thirty minutes of where you're at it wouldn't be one of the very very few places that you still get land very true very true when we when we moved over we actually lived in wouldn't bill place called Raintree just right that they are top of the Avondale yep Windle duvall Rhode Island office is changing mostly since was since I was there but you were you taken to me that's a little bit further out that's about twenty minutes from downtown wouldn't bill takes a little bit longer to get to all the various spots so wouldn't fill in of itself covers a huge amount of area Clinton even working away closer I mean totem lake has popped off the charts I mean you know it does are like six feet under grant and you know then there's massive development there with the new kind of town center I know that you you know quite a bit of money yeah we were talking I mean we're talking at this day and a half ago but yeah I mean just if you lived in totem like ten years ago and hadn't been there since and then showed back up you would wish that it was the way it is now when you live there I mean there's there's just a lot going on there's that whole foods there's I mean there's a whole shopping center there's all kinds of stuff to do there you couldn't keep tenants in the mall the point it was a very negative conversation about on like that we are having a pike five ten years ago and then now this mass development has came in and now it people that are coming into town the don't know any different or don't have any preconceived notion about total like are like well why am I not here we should have like a top ten places that have gentrified in the last ten years as far as it wasn't an ideal place to necessarily buy real state or live in verse now it is like one of us but I mean you're seeing crazy homes sold right on Yesler right on Jackson and okay like some of the more you know Central District areas that you know you just didn't buy real estate there now and now they're selling for easy numbers mean pock place in downtown Kirkland you know that areas.

"south pacific" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"south pacific" Discussed on KGO 810

"Batchelor Jordan jags here and we're going to the South Pacific this is really cool I don't think I've ever called Tonga the kingdom of Tonga Polynesian South Pacific this is the thing itself no music Rodgers and Hammerstein not only is it the South Pacific but I'm speaking with the capital of Tonga new cool lo fi I tried it the first time cleo Pascal of the foundation for the defense of democracies is here she taught me to say new cool a love for cleo what time is it in the South Pacific and are you surrounded by sunshine and waves good morning good afternoon whatever good morning perfect pronunciation it's about three twenty in the afternoon the halls are waving his the water is like a bath is incredibly beautiful wonderful now that we've exhausted our ability to project that's gonna be spring storm because players already there we come to the important matter of China and Tonga they're in tangled in what you'd have to say is diplomatic confusion but before we do that is the corona virus a risk in the South Pacific is Tongo worried in any fashion yes they are in fact when I flew here about a week ago on my flight there was that a sports team coming back from six weeks of training in China and they probably had trying at that time on there church China has been doing an enormous amount of boxcar training not just a bureaucrat academic all that sort of stuff but increasingly of sport he said it's currently about forty Tonya and stuck in China they can't get laid out better being kept in their hotel the airport and here at Nicholson has put in place screening for those please give me coming from China but it's quite difficult to control because there are tired charter flights coming in from China with just Chinese on them and unregulated migration is creating a kind of a lot of concern because they come in a church but it's unclear how many of them day so the official estimates of Chinese in Tonga is about two to three thousand that I've I've heard that at a recent head count down on the side gate the numbers were as high as seven thousand which in a population of a hundred thousand is incredibly high garden clear first of all one of these days I'm gonna ask how can I get an assignment to go to the South Pacific slope which out of him and he has a moment are the it is S. workout there are many Chinese floating around the con that but many of them are just refugees from China that they want to get out from the system they want to be able to make money they don't want the government up on their shoulder at and they are economic migrants in a sense but they are people who have fled in Tonga the Chinese are there who are there are they there at the direction of Beijing or are they people like the ones in Africa who are just sort of hoping to get away from it all there are widely speaking three different groups of recently arrived ethnic Chinese and what he said you know there's some Chinese populations in the Pacific we've been here for you know over a hundred years like the ones in French Polynesia whatever time talking mostly but the ones that arrive in the last fifteen to twenty years and an increasingly so over the last few years there one group would be kind of the overt diplomatic corps I said the people associated with the embassy or coming on government missions then there is a cluster of extremely well connected wealthy business people who do who do business in tongue and across the region and they're the ones that will own the massive amount of small local shops that are manned by more migrant Chinese showed there are about eighty to ninety percent of the retail sector in tongue is controlled by the Chinese now that might only be ownership for them the the money might come from maybe half a dozen of well placed Chinese but the the hundreds or thousands of other Chinese who worked there shops may only be here for five six seven years to get enough money to go back to China or try to get Tony citizenship and use that to get to Australia New Zealand Canada US so they're very different groupings each of those groupings if there have any links back to mainland China can be lovers for what Beijing wants in the country in terms of information or insulin in seventeen seventy three captain cook visited what is now called Tom good the kingdom of Tonga and he called it the friendly islands is it friendly cleo are things well there or is this complication with China making people sour we got about a minute now okay well he caught in the friendly island because they greeted him with a seat and that the plan was actually among the tongue and Choo I'd get the night relax and then so the crew and take the ship but the time is among themselves were fighting over who would get the spoils advance that this European ship on the bottom and then some so much that could banish six away quite peacefully so the question is going to be rather than trying and can come together with this latest ship pulled apart offerings coming from China and put up enough of the protection of their own society so that they can defend them in the face of it our church of course offering coming from Beijing is there a watch for the corona virus in the kingdom of Tonga now very very much there at the airport there monitoring everybody coming in scholars in the South Pacific these are many islands up to a hundred and seventy islands thirty six are inhabited but there is no where on the planet.

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"south pacific" Discussed on NO HOME FOR HEROES

NO HOME FOR HEROES

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"south pacific" Discussed on NO HOME FOR HEROES

"Aw Hell all and welcome to this episode of no home for heroes know the home for Heroes Explores histories military mysteries regarding Americans who are missing in action from our past wars these long forgotten am I as are remembered in here. Today's episode is from Case Number Zero. Two Zero Eight of the investigative case file the cheap Rick Stone and Family Charitable Foundation. Today's episode is titled. Love and loss in the South Pacific and I'm your host Rick Stone No home for Heroes Trademark Duchesne sponsored by the chief Briggstone Family Charitable Foundation for more information on the foundation visit our website at WWW chief rick stone dot com if you're hearing this preview of no home for heroes on Youtube audio burst we invite.

"south pacific" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"south pacific" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Does. next. I think Ralph on Simpson's. it doesn't do crap. that's like trying to put a bandaid on a hole in the ship and do nothing. like the Titanic hitting the iceberg gonna like we'll just patch up this one little hole of here. but we think what will just stop using straws because you know it's our store. my gosh our people. these people make in law. to see if they actually cared. about the environment. these people are the ones that don't want the trump administration go too hard on China. have been for bed the world goes too hard on China no the world won't see a damn thing to China go look it up I'm not making these figures that they're responsible for most of if not all of the pollution in the oceans don't get up. don't take my word for it. and everyone **** at us we didn't do it in fact we more regulations the nature were more environmentally friendly than most everywhere else other country on the planet. it's not us. having a straw is not going to make some well down there die down in the South Pacific that's not how this works. he nobody thinks of the stuff. anyway I just they don't it's not going to fix anything you think China is going to look over be like a whole look at all these people are just not using straws anymore maybe we should stop exploiting this cheap human labor actually pay them a living wage in any of our environmental regulations to so we're not destroying the very environment that upon which we depend for life no that's not what they're thinking they're they're thinking stupid Americans go ahead do it. Callie and Democrats just go. right into it. so so it it it does this nonsensical entirely. all right coming up sharply gate. I'm so I'm already done with the story I need to talk about today people are mad because trump drew something on a map with a sharpie and he will let a girl they won't let it go this is the giants let but still. and also he won't let's be fair he's not they keep bringing the paper if they bring it up and then he defends himself and then they have to keep do it again and then he does it again. and then they do it again and then he counters. it's never gonna end he's the guy that you will not have the last word why in the hell try you're not going to get the last word with him he will continue he will set his body up to do it in perpetuity regardless of lifespan just so you don't have the last word some stop. we are more to come. it's I'm told it's one of those kind of days and I have more audio for you as well our good friends at cal tech they make some really cool stuff the tactical second series the cast seven it's the new one it's the latest in there and that series it is compact lightweight you can use it for personal defense at home back country anywhere between zombie apocalypse you know eighteen and a half inch barrel it's just the.

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"south pacific" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

16:27 min | 2 years ago

"south pacific" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And welcome back to coast to coast. George Noory with you along with Gregg little, as we talk about Edgar Casey in terms of Casey. He mentioned, the history of ancient America. Give us a little overview, if you can Greg. Oh my well Casey, I can America's history, sort of intertwines with that of Atlantis, which Atlanta's began in two hundred ten thousand BC, but there were people here in the Americas, according to Casey as long ago, as ten million years, they were mainly in the southwest how much influence they had was not a lot that would only be traces left of them today. But that's where that's where the history of the ancient America's began with Casey. He did say that lots of people came in here before. Before the standard timeframe. Say that there was nobody here before, say ten to twelve thousand BC now the date, by the mainstream archaeology. They say there was nobody here before roughly seventeen thousand BC or so. And that's all that's all. Just that's ridiculous. Casey said that they were here as lots of people were here by fifty thousand BC. More people came in and twenty eight thousand Basie more people came in and ten thousand eight they came in mainly from Atlantis, they came in from the South Pacific, and that I find most interesting, he said that, that a whole group of people from the South Pacific came to South America, and then eventually came to the south west of North America by fifty thousand BC mainstream archaeological genetics research shows that, that is the case that it is very, very likely if not an absolute certainty that some people came in to South America. From the South Pacific islands like New Zealand, and Australia at least by fifty thousand BC, and there are traces of those people still present today in South America. So Casey's history is about the destruction of Atlantis, the destruction of MU Orla myriad in the South Pacific, and the migrations of those people to the Americas. He said that the purest blood Atlantique into exists today were native Americans, Casey was very specific to call them the red race. And he said that the noble, the nobility of the Iroquois was, essentially, the purest blood, Atlanta that, that remained. There is a type of genetic research called mighty Conrail DNA, which is kind of pinpointed the type of the NFL. A that they may have had it's known as hapless group x long involved story, and it would take more than our explain, what might Conrail DNA is if we even can. Well, we can explain what it is, is just that you just gotta keep a lot of things in mind as you go through the explanation, and that that's really graduate school type stuff actually taught in psychopharmacology and talked a lot about the mighty Conrail. The mighty Qendra got involved in all this research. Because native American tribes has some of them have high rates of obesity and diabetes. The Pima tribe in the south, west really is the tribe all the might convert research started, and it was about forty five years ago. It all started in Atlanta at Emory University, and they were trying to figure out why the Pima Indians in particular had this high rate of obesity, even at birth and type two diabetes. At birth that research. Paradoxically has pointed out where native Americans came from and win. And it's, it's a very complex picture of many people making many different migrations here and amazingly, it all falls in line with what Casey said back in the nineteen late nineteen twenties, and nineteen thirties, h in America, so strange either Casey, a remarkably good guess which would be pretty incredible coincidence. Or there is something real to making some psychic predictions, and getting information from that psychic ether, whatever it is. Well, and he knew how to tap into that, for sure. You've got a book coming out, is it in September with Andrew Collins called Denisa, then origins, they Denisa wtn's is a newly discovered branch of humanity actually dead branch that was even before the knee Andrew falls. And then ISA in DNA has been totally sequenced. And we know that native Americans carry some Denisa in DNA, and the Andhra thal DNA, as well as fully modern human DNA. So the, the theory that's in that book. Is that the that in very early times Denisa vans, and the end of falls and modern humans worn around two hundred thousand years ago, the evidence is that people came to the Americas? Well before two hundred thousand years ago, the earliest people that came here didn't leave much of a trace, and they apparently didn't make it. They died off. And then a more groups came in there were giants and the term giants means nothing more than unusually tall, people, I tell the story all the time, I once stood next to Wilt Chamberlain, and Wilt Chamberlain to me, who I'm five foot nine and three quarters close as I can to five ten he was like seven one or something. Yeah. But he was a giant, the man was huge. And I mean, imposing and somebody that saw him. Him somebody that's average size that would stand next to somebody like that would call him a giant and we know that they were still these giants were still around in the Americas. When the first year opinions came into South America, and in North America and her Nando this outta fifth in fifteen thirty nine in his excursion through the southeast bounce sites, which were still being inhabited in the southeast had seven foot tall chiefs that were the leaders of them, and that's all very well documented, so we know that they were real, and we know that they were here. So we believe that these seven footers is genetically define group of people that probably do go back to it Lantis. Although we don't say that in the book, what we say is that they are specific type of the niece, then hybrid with, with fully modern humans. They did Dina. Here of mound building, which is which started roughly in one thousand BC. In their mounds? That's where all of these almost all those seventeen seven footer seven to eight foot tall. Skeletons were removed by the Smithsonian almost all from the Edina. Where do you what do you think the mounds were used for? Well, we know what some of them were used for there were I actually listened to the first two hours of your show. Okay. Very impressed. Wonderful stuff knows his business. Yes. There were probably this Massoni and identified a hundred thousand mound sites. Now, those sites heads like you mentioned, Cahokia hokey, once had one hundred twenty mounds at at, at the main site, and there's there's around ninety right now, which they've identified I think it's sixty four in the park itself, so that, that would be one of the sites that they found. So these sites could have a hundred miles, some of them can just have a few Alabama had thousands of them along. What is now called the ten time the Tennessee Tom Biggby waterway when they built that thing which it's actually a canal they did, and archaeological survey and probably found the thousand mounds that were there that are in very remote areas that are swampy that are dense woods, and they just weren't known about those were discovered in the seventies. So they're still finding them. But there were. Probably million. Most of them more than half were are conical cone, shaped burial, mounds. But then there are lots of them that are geometric mounds, that like he mentioned, the, the octagon and circle in Newark, Ohio, and the great circle, and the Newark mounds are actually the world's largest geometric of works. It anywhere grand handcock was impressed with it so impressed with that. I think he's more impressed with American earthworks than he is like Stonehenge just a couple of places in the America in America, overwhelm everything in England. Avebury in England, which which is the world's largest stone circle. It's very impressive, because it has this earth, work around, they call it they would call it a barrel out around the outside. So it's a huge circle it's roughly fifty acres and size, and it has a moat on the interior while the great circle at Newark. Ohio is dental to it and in the center of it, it has an effigy of a mound effigy built of an eagle laying on its back. There's only one opening in this in this, manned, great circle in Newark. When I say it's a great circle. It's a perfectly flat area that has a roughly sixteen foot tall earth work along the outside perfect circle. And on the interior of it is a seven to eight foot deep in the moat very, very strange, but the exact same sizes. Avebury a lot of the mounds were in fact, stone covered the one that he mentioned of Miami's Bergen Ohio enormous amount, but it was once covered with stone slabs all of those stone slabs where we moved by the first settlers that came in and they were used for buildings. It was just very convenient and used them for building. But about four feet down into that mound are more stone slabs. There are many mounds that were in fact covered by stone. They they're not technically stone pyramids where they're solid stone. You also mentioned Cahokia Cahokia has in its base the mound. It covers fourteen acres. It's a hundred feet tall tall ten story building monks mound. Yes, ma'am, it has at its base. A huge stone structure that is roughly forty five feet long, thirty feet high. Nobody knows what it is. They have found it through drilling. They've drilled into it and they've done ground penetrating radar. Now what it probably is, is a tomb very elaborate tune, but we'll never know because the laws preclude digging into it, and we'll probably we certainly won't know in our lifetime someday, they may have some sort of technology that can see into the not in our lifetime. So other mounds are used to make alignments to the stars actually did a series of studies that the research is included in that new book where these mounds aligned to the setting of the stars Orion. And, and then ebb of. Cygnus and the Milky Way and the winter solstice sunset, so you could stand on one mound and look across the 'nother, and you could see a star setting right behind a mound, and it was done for a death journey which the debt journey appears to be the way they controlled the populace, and it was these elite seven feet tall. Plus people who were the leaders of the you can call them tribes. Although we don't know what they call themselves. They would erect these geometric earthworks for these ceremonies, and the death journey is one of many, but it is believed that it was the most important one and we know all of the all of the components of the death journey now it's not something that I'm speculating about is now in mainstream archeology and actually did all that work because they couldn't dig into mounds anymore. Starting in nineteen ninety they were not able to do excavations in burials anymore. So they turned their attention to something else. And that was, let's figure out what all these all these symbols mean that we've recovered from that. Why would Casey Greg be interested in mounds in areas like that? I don't think Casey hit any interested at all. He was about it case. He wasn't interested in a lot of this stuff some, but people would ask him. He would go into these psychic transit, and in these psychic trances, there would be a conductor, that's what they called the person off, and it was his wife and she would have a list of questions. So Edgar would go into this hypnotic trance south at trans, and he would just be going. Edgar would check out. He had no idea what was said. In fact, a lot of the time he wasn't even interested. They began to write down every single word that was set in these ratings in nineteen twenty three and there's over fourteen thousand of these, there's it's like fifty thousand pages. Now, you can access all of that online, if you're a member of the ARE, you can look up these things on in the readings all online, but you have to be a member. I and for example, you could stick the word. Automaton interesting word. I'm I deliberately chose that you can stick the word automaton into the readings and you'll get several of Casey readings popping up that talk about how the land teens genetically created a group of automatons they're also called things, and they were made generically to do work. They were like worker bees. And then there was a group of very negative people in Atlantis who began having sex with them, and they created a different race of people, and that, and so it's all about a Solis race. I mean, it's, it's just fascinating stuff. But there's so much of this in the Casey, readings and even after all these years, no one has really put it all out there. And there's thousands of books about Casey, but who knew about the Automata. John's and the things those old movies about Atlantis where you see, can't remember the name of the one, but it shows the crystals and death rays and all that. It also shows the things all of that stuff came out of the AKC, readings everything in that movie. You now it's a very sensationalized version of it, but Casey gave a really detailed explanation of it. Sure did Greg. Let's give out your websites. Yeah. Go to the, the Casey organization has a special just because of your show and it's WWW dot Edgar, Casey. C. A Y, C dot org. Free book. And if you become a member, and they have an incredible magazine you can only get it being a member and get access to the readings in a whole lot.

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"south pacific" Discussed on 790 KABC

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

"south pacific" Discussed on 790 KABC

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"south pacific" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:15 min | 2 years ago

"south pacific" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm John bachelor Jim Nelson Ted's call Nelson's new book is the polar barracks addition, America's forgotten invasion of Russia happen from September of nineteen eighteen until the last of the prisoners were returned to America in late nineteen nineteen we're now in early September nineteen eighteen the Americans landed at archangel. There are plans, however to distribute the Americans along with French and Canadians, and Brits and Cossacks and white Russians. All men are rascals over a vast landscape there. Four river systems, the Pineda the venue, the omega and the MCI. Jim part at least part of the thinking is that they're driving south towards Moscow six hundred miles away. How are they going to take the railroad? What is their thinking? The third battalion which was sent straight south and never really got too far Passover sky about one hundred miles south of archangel. They were gonna just force it. I mean, they wanted to get initially this up town called pleasant sky where there was a main Bolshevik base. So they just they spent most of the fall winter trying to force the way down to railway with the like, I said sort of pine sky idea that they're going to be able to push four hundred miles to the Lago. All right. Let's let's go that I attack stripe down towards the O sky in the first battle of which you have over many days September eight September sixteenth. This is company k and other elements. They meet up with Bolshevik air. There's a there's a there's an airplane spotting my company of the Bolsheviks have artillery. There's a bridge that has burned to keep the Bolsheviks coming across and counterattacking at night and at one point. The company I reports that there's a rail gun coming up, Jim the three thirty nine is outgunned. The American forces are have no good information. And for heaven's sakes. The enemy has air era thority. In fact. Canadian artillery, finally not until later in the fall. These guys were veteran to the western front, and they were known as real cutthroats and just really hardened veterans. When these initial moves down the the river, I should say runs north up the river down the railway line. They were basically armed pretty much. Just the rifles in the sheen guns. So yeah, they were outgunned from the gecko and the rifles. They had were inferior to the Bolshevik rifles the Bolsheviks had our rifles. And we have there's is that how it went. Turn in their leeann field of and were issued American-made Russian-designed of rifles really for the reason being that there were millions of bullets stored at archangel so they would have available well ammunition for their inferior weapons. They jammed they're hard to clean and. The aim was so poor that they could shoot around corners with them. So yeah, they were nobody likes these rifle. There are many anecdotes gyms book. I just highlight the first one because of the the futility of this is obvious right away. We'll go to subscriber this is on the Vinnie at this is on the Vinnie companies ABC in D And there's another enemy out there. It's influenza. I'm presuming they brought with them from the camps in Britain as I wear it came from. Ships that they use these transports Russia had seen service in the South Pacific. And you know, those influences were starting to rage around the world and the thinking was that the bacterial or whatever? Virus for the on? Board ships men started getting the flu shortly after leaving England. There were a few van died and had to be tossed overboard berry. Let's see by the time. They got the archangel ensuing weeks. Seventy seventy men died from influence along and the Russian people, the peasants, they also are suffering from influenza, you have horrible scenes of whole families dying and men just sitting there starving to death. He's the these the so called supporters of the Bolsheviks that the American army is running across in its Vance's. The locals. Kind of want to be left alone. They weren't real up on sanitary practices, and as it got colder and colder these families. They would seal their houses up -pletely windows, doors, everything, and so they never had any way to clean them out. The Americans tried to teach them to the dental eight air this your replaces out, but a lot of the peasants died by the ones that brought by Americans. So we're looking at the landscape that is being depopulated by influenza. And then the Bolsheviks are are forcing people to join what will become the vast Red Army. The Americans have one regiment and one battalion of engineers attached to a forest that's directed by the British who is Ironside. And where is he? Well, it started out. frederick pool general general sort of rather inexplicably left i think in october of nineteen eighteen avenue take vacation and he's really pushing this big grand plan of revolution ironside edmund ironside was a general he had been fighting on the western front and one day he was notified that he's to get packed up and go to russia take over the operation himself so when he got up there too dark angel region he took out through evaluation of what was going on and he saw that probably was not doing real well wasn't going to do anything the rather than call for withdrawal which would leave the troops treating a vulnerable he ordered men pretty much stay in one place dig into the winter and pretty much in his mind he already was thinking about getting them.

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"south pacific" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"south pacific" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"AM and ninety four one FM. Jason, according to native American tradition is sasquatch a physical being of the earth realm is it as a spiritual being that comes from the underworld a somewhere in between tell me. Well, I'm no sasquatch or Bigfoot expert. I have to confess, but when it comes to any other than human intelligence with a form of sentence. In the native American Cosmo sits important to remember that they are both spiritual and physical beings. Western science today has taken hold of the material aspect of reality and magnified it to such a degree that it's possible that as we pursue any ancient mystery were making the mistake of not using the spiritual perspective as well. So, you know, there there are native American traditions of woods, spirits, windy, go and things of that nature. If someone we're going to investigate something like that on any types of empirical grounds, they would need the proper perspective. I. But do they consider sasquatch to be sacred, for example? Well, I'm not entirely sure. It's a mainly a north western coast tradition. The sasquatch though as a and other than human being would be considered an entity that could exist between two worlds that's much as I can probably say about it. All right. Let's go to Tidewater Virginia. And Keith welcome aboard. Coast to coast AM. Hello, richard. And jason. Thank you feel my call. Our pleasure, Craig all very interesting and speaking of sacred. What do you what do y'all think about this just this week? I watched an eighteen part series on YouTube entitled he walked the Americas. And the short videos are eighteen reports of a white man with a beard visiting and teaching and healing and performing other miracles for native tribes all over north and South American the islands of the South Pacific and the Caribbean. And it's believed that the white man which is Christ in a few of the things that y'all have spoken up. Tonight are also mentioned in some of the videos that series on YouTube has the same title of a book written in nineteen sixty three by l Taylor Hanson. He walked the Americas. And it seems. Be related to a book reported to be written by ancient American Israelite prophets translate and publish in eighteen thirty entitled the book of Mormon another testing of Jesus Christ, which prophesied of Jesus Christ. And also gets an account Jesus Christ also visiting the people in America two thousand years ago, and we have reports from four to five centuries ago that seemed to confirm Jesus Christ earlier visit to the Americas the islands because of the wonderful welcome and the initial Royal treatment even worship that so many of the white-bearded European colonizers explorers receipt. And that was the case here in southeastern Virginia four hundred twelve years ago when the English arrived and settled at Jamestown, America's first, permanent English colony. What do you think about that? And have you researched into any of us? Great. Great question. Keith. Alright jason. Yeah. What do you think? Jesus Christ in North America. A two thousand years ago. Well, first of all I can only report on the things that I actually study and I have not researched the possibility of Christ in the Americas. But I will say that I would never put any limit on anything that Jesus Christ would do even in the gospels. We're told after the resurrection that he did many many things that you're not recorded at scripture. Is a limitless being limitless God, and he can do whatever he likes whether theologians like it or not. Had he chosen to visit North America would have been no problem for him. But one thing about Christ. That really intrigues me is that you know, he is a perfect symbolic representation of the access Monday and the three worlds. Hey died on a tree across on top of a hill. Golgotha on the hill is the image of a skull. Which is why go gossip is called the place of the skull after desks Christ descended into the underworld and witnessed against the powers who preside there after the resurrection in the earth realm Christ, then ascended to the father and the upper heavenly vault. Completing his exploration of the three realms in the gospel story, and we find a representation of all three ancient realms going back to the beginning of religion here in the story of the death and resurrection of Christ. What is the concept of an afterlife in native American cosmetology? What happens to our spirit or our soul when we die. Oh, it's very interesting. The sole travels usually to the western edge of the Earth Island or earth disc when it enters into the starry vault, and then takes the Milky Way as a river or path of souls to the entry way to the land of the dead. And in the land of the dead. There's sometimes it's portrayed as a place where the natural laws of the world. We inhabit are reversed when it is daylight here does nighttime there, for example. Sometimes the sun is considered to enter into this land. When it sets at the end of the day. There are several interesting figures associated with this land of the dead. For example. There's a lunar goddess who is also an earth mother known among the shawnee as cocoa FINA who lives in the land of the dead and takes care of newborn souls as well as the souls of the deceased in a cycle of life, death and reincarnation. So this this general belief system has been found in the people of at least twenty seven different languages in the in the Milky Way, there is the that the great rift. I believe it's called. I think the Mayans kinda referred to it as the birth canal of the universe. Does that have any relation to the afterlife and native American cosmetology? Absolutely. The this is where in many of the dead. Journey cosmology, especially among central Elgon, Ken people, such as the Miskolc the FOX that a tester is encountered that challenges the soul before it can pass any further those who fail the test follow one of the divisional pats perceptible in the Milky Way and those who succeed follow the other pass. And there are many different interpretations for this test or sometimes it's a giant wolf like service type creature in other instances. It's a witch who wants to steal the brains of the the souls of.

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"south pacific" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:35 min | 2 years ago

"south pacific" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Eight seven eight seven. Jason according to native American tradition is sasquatch a physical being of the earth round. Is it as a spiritual being that comes from the underworld a somewhere in between tell me? Well, I'm no sasquatch or Bigfoot expert. I have to confess, but when it comes to any other than human intelligence with a form of sentence. In the native American cosmos. It's important to remember that they are both spiritual and physical beings. Western science today has taken hold of the material aspect of reality and magnified it to such a degree that it's possible that as we pursue any ancient mystery were making the mistake of not using the spiritual perspective as well. So, you know, there there are native American traditions of woods, spirits, windy, go and things of that nature. If someone we're going to investigate something like that on any types of empirical grounds, they would need the proper perspective. I. But do they consider sasquatch to be sacred, for example? Well, I'm not entirely sure. It's a mainly a northwestern coast tradition. The sasquatch though as a and other than human being would be considered an entity that could exist between two worlds that's as much as I can probably say about it. All right. Let's go to Tidewater Virginia. And Keith welcome aboard. Coast to coast AM. Hello, richard. And jason. Thank you. My call. Our pleasure, Craig all very interesting and speaking of sacred. What do you what do y'all think about this just this week? I watched an eighteen part series on YouTube entitled he walked the Americas. In the short videos are eighteen reports from a white man with a beard visiting and teaching and healing and performing other miracles for native tribes all over north and South American the islands of the South Pacific and the Caribbean. And it's believed that they're white man, which is Christ in a few of the things that y'all have spoken tonight are also mentioned in some of the videos that series on YouTube as the same title of a book written in nineteen sixty three by l Taylor Hanson. He walked the Americas. And it seems to be related to a book reported to be written by ancient American. Israelite prophets translated and published in eighteen thirty entitled the book of Mormon another test of Jesus Christ, which prophesied of Jesus Christ. And also gets an. Count. Jesus Christ also visiting the people in America two thousand years ago, and we have reports from four to five centuries ago that seemed to confirm Jesus Christ earlier visit to the Americas the islands because of the wonderful welcome and the initial Royal treatment even worship that many of the white bearded European colonizers explorers. Seed, and that was the case here in southeastern Virginia four hundred twelve years ago when the English arrived and settled at Jamestown, America's first, permanent English colony. What do you think about that? And have you researched into any of this great? Great question. Keith. Alright. Jason what do you think? Jesus Christ in North America a two thousand years ago. Well, first of all I can only report on the things that I actually study and I have not researched posssibility of Christ in the Americas. But I will say that I would never put any limit on anything that Jesus Christ would do. Even in the gospels. We're told after the resurrection that he did many many things that you're not recorded at scripture is a limitless being limitless God, and he can do whatever he likes whether theologians like it or not. Had he chosen to visit North America. It would have been no problem for him. But one thing about Christ. That really intrigues me is that you know, he is a perfect symbolic representation of the access Monday and the three worlds he died on a tree the cross on top of a hill. Golgotha on the hill is the image of a skull. Which is why go Gaza is called the place of the skull after Christ descended into the underworld and witnessed against the powers who preside there after the resurrection in the earth realm Christ's, then ascended to the father and the upper heavenly vault. Completing his exploration of the three realms in the gospel story, and we find a representation of all three ancient realms going back to the beginning of religion here in the story of the the death and resurrection of Christ. What is the concept of an afterlife in native American cosmetology? What happens to our spirit or our soul when we die. It's very interesting. The sole travels usually to the western edge of the Earth Island or earth disc when it enters into the starry vault, and then takes the Milky Way as a river or path of souls to the entry way to the land of the dead. And in the land of the dead. There's sometimes it's portrayed as a place where the natural laws of the world. We inhabit are reversed when it is daylight here. It's nighttime there, for example. Sometimes the sun is considered to enter into this land. When it sets at the end of the day. There are several interesting figures associated with this land of the dead. For example. There's a lunar goddess who is also an earth mother known among the shawnee as COCOM FINA who lives in the land of the dead and takes care of newborn souls as well as the souls of the deceased in a cycle of life, death and reincarnation. So this this general belief system has been found in the people of at least twenty seven different languages in the in the Milky Way, there is the that the great rift, I believe it's called, and I think the Mayans kinda referred to it as the birth canal of the universe. Does that have any relation to the afterlife and native American cosmetology? Absolutely. They this is where in many of the dead. Journey cosmetology especially among central 'outgone, Ken people, such as the miscalculated the FOX that a tester is encountered that challenges the sole before it can pass any further those who fail the test follow one of the divisional pats perceptible in the Milky Way and those who succeed follow the other path. And there are many different interpretations for this test or sometimes it's a giant wolf likes Cerberus type creature in other instances. It's a witch who wants to steal the brains of the the souls of the dead. So it it certainly has a central role in the death journey cosmology. Let's go west of the Rockies Jeffries in Seattle this morning, Jeffrey good morning. Welcome to coast to coast AM. Good morning. Thanks for taking my call had a question for by the Jason, I'm originally from south eastern and southwestern Ohio yellow springs area. And I want to ask whether you've had a chance to check out some of the history and tradition of both giants and Bigfoot and the area near Chile. Kasey chile. Kasey is the ancient ancestral homeland shining. And also a little town called MacArthur's. That's the gateway to Wayne national forest particular, Wayne national forest this day is rife with stories a Bigfoot, but also in Macau. Arthur's history and traditions of giants just one for that question. Okay. Sure. My first book ages of the giants is largely centered in that region of the Ohio valley because it is the epicenter of the Adena and Hopewell mound building cultures. Which is what the book is really about. The the giants that have been found in southern Ohio and also northern Ohio. They are predominantly people that were buried in the tomb of the Adena and Hopewell mound builders, although there are some who date to the four ancient period. Just prior to European contact with regards to yellow springs. It's actually a very beautiful area. With a lot of brilliant, local attractions today, there is strong evidence that we've collected for our next book actually that centers on that part of Ohio revealing the many discoveries of large skeletons in the Adena and Hopewell mounds there and in the. The surrounding area. Thank you Jeffrey. Let's keep it moving with first time. Caller, Larry in Louisiana. Larry good morning. Morning, harry. All right. We can hear you loud and clear. Go ahead. Okay. And nineteen sixty five I went and then museum in Carson city, Nevada and downstairs mummified woman's body. She was my another her head was on wrapped and said GW happened the desert there in Nevada she was twelve tall. And she had long red hair. No, I go about ten years ago back out there. And there was a man was still working there in sixty five and he said the Smithsonian took away and wanted to give her back citing a native Americans were complaining about what was being done with their as Asher. So I saw one with my own eyes twelve foot tall. What do you make of that? Jason. Well, it sounds like a very extraordinary height. I would like to have the opportunity to have a professional measure, those bones and tell us more about it. Unfortunately, as he is indicated with his call once the national museum gets their hands on something. It takes an act of congress literally for anyone to know anything about it the vaults of the Smithsonian just from the mountains that were excavated here in West Virginia and the eighteen eighties are loaded with various bone fragments artifacts of copper mica and show pottery and projectile points which have never been properly categorized. In fact, they're all mixed together in massive trays and drawers, we can't even tell which actual site. They came from the mismanagement of ancient history on the part of the Smithsonian is extraordinary. All right. Larry great call. Thank you for that. Let's say hi on the wildcard line in Linda joins us this morning from Windsor Canada. Linda, good morning. Welcome to coast. Hi, this guy is fantastic. You gotta come back again just to talk on reincarnation. I heard a story about in our town. We have a park, and it's called a chip way, you know, natural park, and the people here just don't take care of it. You know, they wanna chop into this, Aaron whatever. But a lot of us, you know, wanted to keep it and even enhance it more anyway doing research on the Jeb way, I come across this story. And I found it so interesting it was about there were and the Atlantic times when the big destruction happened there were some people that escape. And these were very well. Intelligent, people Sears, and they just were extremely much more advanced than we are right now. And a lot of them are some of them came to, you know, America and Canada and settled and even they were saying like some of the lost tribes. But I mean, it's so complex, but the the they didn't want anything to do with technology because they found out that technology, even as they advanced they spiritually declined, and it just they realize that it was waiting to a big, you know, nothing so they kept more spiritual and they lived more to the land. And that's why they said the Indians we thought they were backwards, but they really weren't. And it's sort of like imbredded in their spirit from their ancestors. Thousands and thousands years back. Don't you know be on? On the technical part. But beyond the spiritual with the land, mother nature and live with the land. And I found that fascinating. And you know, I thought I don't know if it's true. But to this day, that's why there's the prophets. They say have visions. But they know they said they said if a man comes from like say, you're up like white man becomes with a sword. Be there's gonna be trouble and turmoil. But if they come in peace, it's going to be you know, a better world. Well, I I don't think it was the white, man. They just said whoever the man is when they come over. And it wasn't in piece, obviously, and our technology. I don't think it's Dennis. I mean, it's progressive. But I don't think in that. I think the spiritually we've kind of you know, went down downwards. All right, Linda, let me get. Jason and here to comment on that quickly. If you could Jason, oh, well, this is this is actually important, you know, the in the lore, the Lord of the underworld, Michigan bishou, all MRs offers promises.

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"south pacific" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"south pacific" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"A S. Jason, according to native American tradition is sasquatch a physical being of the earth realm is it as a spiritual being that comes from the underworld a somewhere in between tell me. Well, I'm no sasquatch or Bigfoot expert. I have to confess, but when it comes to any other than human intelligence with a form of sentence. In the native American cosmos. It's important to remember that they are both spiritual and physical beings. Western science today has taken hold of the material aspect of reality and magnified it to such a degree that it's possible that as we pursue any ancient mystery were making the mistake of not using the spiritual perspective as well. So, you know, there there are native American traditions of woods, spirits, windy, go and things of that nature. If someone we're going to investigate something like that on any types of empirical grounds, they would need the proper perspective. I. But do they consider sasquatch to be sacred, for example? Well, I'm not entirely sure. It's a mainly a north western coast tradition. The sasquatch though as a and other than human being would be considered an entity that could exist between two worlds that's as much as I can probably say about it. All right. Let's go to Tidewater Virginia. And Keith welcome aboard. Coast to coast AM. Hello, richard. And jason. Thank you. My call. Our pleasure. Great all very interesting and speaking of sacred. What do you what do y'all think about this just this week? I watched an eighteen part series on YouTube entitled he walked the Americas in short videos are eighteen reports from the white man with a beard visiting and teaching and healing and performing other miracles for native tribes all over north and South American the islands of the South Pacific, and the Caribbean in it's believed that white nam which users Christ in a few of the things that y'all have spoken tonight are also mentioned in some of the videos that series on YouTube has the same title of a book written in nineteen sixty three by l Taylor Hanson. He walked the Americas. And it seems. To be related to a book reported to be written by ancient American. Israelite prophets translated and published in eighteen thirty entitled the book of Mormon another test of Jesus Christ, which prophesied Jesus Christ. And also gives an account Jesus Christ also visiting the people in America two thousand years ago, and we have reports from four to five centuries ago that seemed to confirm Jesus Christ earlier visit to the Americas the islands because of the wonderful, welcome and the initial Royal treatment even worship that so many of the white-bearded European colonizers explorers or seeds, and that was the case here in southeastern Virginia four hundred twelve years ago when the English arrived and settled at Jamestown, America's first, permanent English colony. What do you think about that? And have you researched into any of us? Great great. What question Keith? Alright jason. What do you think? Jesus Christ in North America a two thousand years ago. Well, first of all I can only report on the things that I actually study and I have not researched the possibility of Christ in the Americas. But I will say that I would never put any limit on anything that Jesus Christ would do even in the gospels. We're told after the resurrection that he did many many things that you're not recorded at scripture is a limitless being limitless God, and he can do whatever he likes whether theologians like it or not. Had he chosen to visit North America would have been no problem for him. But one thing about Christ. That really intrigues me is that you know, he is a perfect symbolic representation of the access Monday and the three worlds. Hey died on a tree across on top of a hill. Golgotha on the hill is the image of a skull. Which is why all gossip is called the place of the skull after Christ descended into the underworld and witnessed against the powers who preside there after the resurrection in the earth realm Christ's Dan ascended to the father in the upper heavenly vault. Completing his exploration of the three realms in the gospel story, and we find a representation of all three ancient realm. So going back to the beginning of religion here in the story of the the death and resurrection of Christ. What is the the concept of an afterlife in native American cosmetology? What happens to our spirit or our soul when we die. Oh, it's very interesting. The sole travels usually to the western edge of the Earth Island or earth disc when it enters into the starry vault, and then takes the Milky Way as a river or path of souls to the entry way to the land of the dead. And in the land of the dead. There's sometimes it's portrayed as a place where the natural laws of the world. We inhabit are reversed when it is daylight here. It's nighttime there, for example. Sometimes the sun is considered to enter into this land. When it sets at the end of the day. There are several interesting figures associated with this land of the dead. For example. There's a lunar goddess who is also an earth mother note among the shawnee as COCOM FINA who lives in the land of the dead and takes care of newborn souls as well as the souls of the deceased in a cycle of life, death and reincarnation. So this this general belief system has been found in the people of at least twenty seven different languages in the in the Milky Way, there is the that the great rift, I believe it's called, and I think the Mayans kinda referred to it as the birth canal of the universe. Does that have any relation to the afterlife and native American cosmology? Absolutely. They this is where in many of the deaths journey cosmetology, especially among central L Gongqi and people such as the miscalculated, FOX. That a tester is encountered that challenges the soul before it can pass any further those who fail the test follow one of the divisional pats perceptible in the Milky Way and those who succeed follow the other pass. And there are many different interpretations for this test or.

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"south pacific" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"south pacific" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Start time the main event that night will be Matt Mitchell versus say Caetano, and that's one hell of a main event to all right? Let's turn it over to fight analysts. Dan, Tom, Dan. What do you got for the fella Hawaiian Tobias? Hey, what's up Toby? Yeah. These guys all you Dana. What do good good? These guys all you when you're out here for Dana white tonight contender series. But I actually didn't go to that one. But I did go go back to to my home as well. Hawaii. And I caught you live at bell tour to twelve and I gotta say man, I was really impressed. You know that that kid I don't know much about them at word Edward tomes. But he showed to be tough. And what I was really impressed of was that you were you were finding your range pretty early. And it looked like he might have even been able to get them out of there early. But again, he was a real tough kid, and he kept pushing through and and it makes you think is going to be one of those situations where you know, guy can't get somebody out of there. And then does he does he crumble, and no you stayed consistent? And you ended up getting their flying knee and punches in the third round. Is that kind of what you were alluding to when George was asking when you were telling George that you, you know, you've been ready. Yeah. Yeah. I guess I got a lot of people don't know this. But I got almost fifty place on them. I dealt amateur and froze, including so we've been preparing for this woman a long time. And that's how I like I like to I don't just straight look for a knockout. I like to you know, pitted. Patty and Drake inbalance lowly. So yeah. Yeah. Again, I find that more impressive to and second part to that is yes, you know, your your experience because when I look here, we know win or lose you fought some really big names, easy UFC names early on your record like Dustin Comoran for people that don't know PX's a hotbed for not just, you know, the Pacific and South Pacific, but southeast Asia, they get a lot of fighters from their lot of tough fighters. A lot of North American fans aren't aware of or maybe deceptive records and experience. But but can you tell me about that? What was it like fighting for early on? Because you hear a lot of other. Guys, really credit that organization for helping them get that feel of travel and competition before they hit the bigger stages like a bell tower on ills amazing, actually, I kinda prepares you for big date on their show is was out there. You know, the fans get into it and bring competitor all over the world. Then you gotta travel. We gotta travel eight hour light. Or it gets us ready, but they're gonna leave experience. I got very title and. And I was left to be part of it. Awesome. All right. Well, like, I say, I applaud you for taking this fight. I think there's a lot to gain and very little lose you going in there with some steam you've won five year last six and coming off like oh said one of the biggest nights of your career getting a a stoppage like that in from in front of your home state crowd. So congrats Toby and thank you for being a good sport there with you know, joking around about that Dana why contender series Knight. I almost went in the parking lot instead the kitten. But but I was able to cool off they go back and watch it. I know you can hear him. You gotta be able to hear him in the back of your teammates. You can hear. Yeah. And you and you can hear you can tell a local. Yeah. It got to the point that I wanted to shift gears. I almost said gimme a t. And then go give you know. Just just played it up. Yeah. A little different that rotation was just. You can hear everything. But yeah. It was fun. All right. Hey, man. Good luck. With whatever days you have left to prepare yourself and save travels Ville, that's almost like a ten hour flight five from Hawaii to L A, and then another five that way. So get your body right and straightened out, and and go out there and do your thing on February fifteenth, and thank you very much for the time here on the radio..

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"south pacific" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"south pacific" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"Com at together on Twitter and at Paul together on Instagram, which are very active on both. And apparently, your wife is active. But because I've seen it. She's like a fit Instagram. Check. So just braces as. Quite yet. Well, we we saw on his Instagram. Oh, I'm sure people are going to follow you. And then creep your wife. Probably gonna happen guys. This has been awesome. And even though it's it's like a ways off I was gonna say we got to have you back on one shark week shark week comes around. I mean the summer, but I'm sure you're going to be involved in again this year. Right. So like, I said, I'm doing this parachute. I gotta get my in bay license to power chewed out of a crashing plane to the South Pacific into the world's second-largest shocks centuries and survive for a couple of days knots without Freda water site. Wow of a comeback after we've done, and we'll have a chat about how inside that was great. And I definitely hear more about working with Rhonda Rousey. It's pretty cool. I remember last I think it was two years ago maybe on shark week. They did something with Michael Phelps? I don't know you have to the he writes great watched Shaq without rising. Get to meet him. It's about that. He was on a different show was buddies on. But Rhonda know people Heidi on rounder dumped on our after she got bayton than bait again. She's one incredible human being. I gotta say she's she sorry swayed. She sewing Tillerson, she listened to everything we said, and she she really was a great personal work with husbands. Are you? Travis Brown is a really Greg the become quite good friends as awesome, man. I mean. Yeah, I think that's also part of, you know, being a competitor the way she is that she's probably a very different person that you see inside the cage during those interviews interpersonal life. I've I've even seen her attack for things that that I thought were, you know, just her being candid, I remember. She went on. I think it was like Alan after that loss and should said, she was you know, suicidal over it. And some people are saying, you know, you're a role model too little. Girl should be saying this. But I think there's nothing wrong with being candid. Absolutely Voeller ability and strengthen uniting to get onto a show like that. And then lie do she's a person that would never make shit up. But being in the public lied sometimes somethings from that you wish you could take back. You can always Seig xactly what you want when you want when you doing live TV you'll recorded like back to back to back to back. Sometimes you fuck out on sided that was fuck up. But it's just it. It's not the as east life being in the in the the limelight. All the time. I have like the smallest little type of it. I can't even imagine the I just finished working with a huge celebrity in the Bahamas teaching him out to talk shocks. And he can't even literally hasn't worked on the straight since two thousand one because he can't he can't go to the the stole. He can't go out with his kid..

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