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"gumma" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur
"From every corner of the dark horse entrepreneur. H q so. Let's hit two starting gates and go her. I'm a dark horse friends and family. Today's guests i already. You is billy bat nha. Billy has gone from thirteen years in the streets and oilfields to building a six figure business and now rubbing elbows with multi millionaire entrepreneurs and actually. He's on the verge of a billionaire entrepreneur as well. Billy is also the host of the new world marketing order. Podcast where shares everything. He's learned about entrepreneurship productivity systems as well as mental toughness. So that you can win. Plain and simple. Now here's zing he see. It was the beginning of twenty fifteenth. And billy lost it all every damn thing. He had built up after getting off those streets working eight long hard years in the oilfields of north western canada. From that experience. Billy swore he'd never go through that again today. As i mentioned billy's running successful marketing agency a top rated podcasts a virtual sales team plus. He's helping other build their sales and marketing systems for companies around the world. And most recently he's become the cro of multiple companies as. He kicks his entrepreneur. Game up to a whole new level. Billy welcome to the dark horse entrepreneur. Man how you doing man. Happy to be here know. We tried to book something a little while ago so it's been like six months. I think or eight months and a lot has happened since then and i'm really excited to get into it. Here today amen. I know we had we actually when we were. We chatted together last night. We had a great conversation. I we. I think we agreed. It wasn't It wasn't worthy of our listeners. Was probably safe not to put it out there for right. One hundred percent definitely had to be rebuffs. Amen amen. so let's get into it. let's i want to step back and let you tell your story that. Good the bad the ugly that brought you where you are today and why you love doing what you do so much. Yeah well first off. I think my mom me into this world So yeah we can start there no so. I'm from canada. East coast canada when i was younger. You wouldn't even understand. My english was like an irish english Believe it or not. And then i ended up moving over towards the city where i was. You know we bring a country boy to the city. And i still lived like i had no rules and i mean a lot of trouble You know. I ended up on the streets. I ended up leaving home. Because of disagreements between nima my father and then ended up in a gang man. I ended up Down a dark road. We can just say that from that. Very dark road I decided you know when i was eighteen years old on my friends are either dead in jail or doing cracker win. And i fortunately wasn't in so i made. The decision was well on my way at a couple near death experiences instead. I'm freaking leaving. And i collected the money that was owed to me through my phone in the water and left my packed up everything i had in a two door tiburon and i drove thirty six hours across the country to start working in the oil field And i thought i was already mentally tough. Boy was i wrong. I say i. My first shift was making fifteen dollars an hour. The ninety seven days straight one day off in sixty six more those might first shifts I wanted to lot. I was working twelve sixteen hours a day some days i would fall asleep. Still my coveralls. One thing i do have to congratulate the oil spill that worked there for eight years Ah not while a lot more on than off will just say that. And but i was done. I have a red seal tickets for pipe fitting well then and I was making good money. I had a daughter on the way and is like well. I in the willful crashed and i was like well. I need to figure something else out. so i look Which is unheard of from la. The guys in the oilfield. So i picked up. A book was ten rule by greencard on And then i read that book. Then i read the be obsessed to be average and i read that book then i bought the recording of is Of his growth of growth con one and then attended grill. Conto i four rows from the back to. I probably got my ticket for two ninety seven. I committed to get into vegas. Never been vagus. I don't even think had i'm survey even been to the states at that point No i don't think i did. And then Went to vegas for rose from the back in the energy from the room literally changed my life. I was like these. Are the people that i need to be around. I need to be an. It'd be around. These great amazing inspiring entrepreneurial say the black sheep of the world. I want to change the world for the better right. And so i changed my whole life around you know Barely even drinking more. If i do it's just a one off kind of deal heavily in the gym studying growing teams And now You know the next year. I was four. Rows from the back to four rose to from the front nadia. The total one. Eighty from from the hardworking. Now i'm the sierra. And i run a for multiple roof and solar companies. I do the recruitment. The marketing systems follow up systems and i also consult agencies. That were contractors. Gumma hans in software growing businesses. It's literally i love what i do. Now might team management leadership I study at every day. Learning growing i still live. Like i know nothing And as far as i'm concerned i still do now. That's where i am today. I'm down in florida on back and forth here a lot in Just doing doing the same man. Just getting a going connecting really awesome entrepreneurs like yourself. Zach mike ryan those guys right mitch. Mitch's actually higher midst. When fractional cmo awhile ago instills things in my head and still just get people to. I still pay for coaching. I still i still paid to be in. Proximity is what it is paid for masterminds and the more that i pay for things in the more that i helped the more than i win. I think there's a huge lesson in there. I wanna i wanna come back to that one. I think one of the and you said this ingest. I wanna thank my mom and You know gosh you. Obviously your mom had to play the impact be. I saw a video Guys who was probably on instagram. Or something like that. When snoop dogg was getting an award in. He leans into the microphone. When it was time to those speech he goes. I'd like to thank me for doing all the work i like to thank. And he made a great point that while it's great to thank all these people that help you get to where you are at the end of the day it was your asked. Did all the hard work to get to where you are to knuckle down to get off the dark road to get off the alcohol to crack. Open a book to go to the the the events you know and intern that knowledge in action right. Yes it was only. It wasn't mall. It was all really. It was mom. No mom i call. When i don't know have a makers special gravy in When it comes to the hustle when it.
"gumma" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"This was at a stem school near Denver, Colorado. Eight students shot some critically to are in custody. We are continuing to update this story for you here on KFI k the Dow Jones industrial average closed down more than four hundred seventy points due to a growing trade war threat. US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer says an increase in tariffs goes into effect on Friday. A new trade deal isn't reached with China and at five forty seven. We now go in depth on the opioid crisis. Purdue pharma, the maker of Oxycontin, the drug at the core of the opioid epidemic is being sued by number of states has settled some but not all of those lawsuits for hundreds of millions of dollars one of those not settled with the state of Connecticut and today as part of discovery in that case Email exchanges between former Purdue pharma director, Richard Sackler and other people were made public. The Sackler family owns the company. I talked with ABC. News. Correspondent Aaron Katersky. Sensitive, and I think do show a mindset that the state of Connecticut says Purdue pharma, and it's founding family had at least twenty years ago when they were pushing Oxycontin onto the market former chief executive officer Richard Sackler wrote in in one Email calling opioid abusers victimisers and criminals and complained that calling rug addicts Gumma the earth would guarantee that he would become the poster child for liberals who want to distribute the blame to someone else. So basically what he's saying in these emails is here's what I really think. But I can't go public with it. All right. And and and it shows as Connecticut's attorney general said, the true nature of what was behind the Sackler families thinking when it was, you know, moving Oxycontin under the market, and and the attorney general in Connecticut ship at the Email exchanges encapsulated, the depraved indifference to human suffering. That infected produce entire business model and the emails are also directly in conflict with what the Sackler attorney, David. Byrne told ABC news just five weeks ago, the Sackler family deeply feels the sorrow and the pain that this opioid epidemic has inflicted on people in their flubbed ones on their families. They very much want to help and they wanted to help ever since the opioid crisis began twenty years ago. So these emails are one hundred eighty degrees out of phase with what they're on a journey was saying just a month ago. True, one of the acquaintances wrote in that Email exchange from two thousand one abusers die. Hell that's the choice. They made in Sackler responded that abusers aren't victims. They are the victimisers. But you know, again, they know that these emails are out there. They believe that the states are cherry pick. Picking from you know, this trove of of Email that was give turned over as part of the discovery process. But they know it's a bad look, right. And as more than half, the states sue Purdue pharma in the company is fighting on all fronts. They save these emails don't tell the full story. Aaron katersky. ABC news. Thanks for taking the time today. Thank you. All right. It's five fifteen now. Kelly.
"gumma" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To change the city's charter in November mayor de Blasio is defending his management abilities. Admit awareness network outage in New York City. The system called NYC win is used by city agencies for internal communications as well as managing things. Like traffic lights in payroll. But it's been down since Saturday because it wasn't prepared for a major software update. When asked by reporters about his familiarity with problems, the mayor said, he's more concerned about cyberattacks as you can imagine there's all sorts of technical things that don't get to the level. So we're gonna find out what happened and why and fix it. The mayor says the network should be back online in just a few days. And the American Museum of natural history is facing some criticism after a private event hosted their announced it will be honoring Brazil's far, right? President for the last fifty years the Brazilian American Chamber of commerce has hosted an annual black-tie Gumma beneath the famous blue whale hanging in the museum's hall of ocean life, but Gotha Jake oven. Heart says that news that president the bulletin RO will be honored at the event is sparking anger from his opponents, including some of the museums employees. Some scientists are speaking out about this author general New Yorkers Brazilians and people who white the museum. They're also upset. So I think we're probably going to see some protests, assuming the museum holds the line on this museum spokesman Gotha miss the event is private and doesn't reflect museum values currently forty eight degrees in central.
"gumma" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"At stables. There are three hockey games tonight. I'm watching one of them as we speak Chicago leads Saint Louis 2-to-1 late. There's under ten minutes to go in Chicago flames and dogs to follow him and down on senators beat the Rangers in New York for two one, I'm assuming Iran is there any I don't even know it was their college basketball tonight any of these other cheesy tournaments, and nobody cares by the anti vinyl tomorrow night. I just wanted to see. And then as far as what day is it that Wednesday. Okay. So did I tell you? They were all they were laying four and there's a minute forty eight left at overtime. They're up ninety eight on south Florida in game. Two of a best of three the ball has to win there in overtime ninety eight blue demons that's in the CBI tournament, and then the CIT I believe the championship of that game is tomorrow night in Huntington West Virginia Green Bay March. I know Carver is excited about that game. Very excited about the CIT championship game tomorrow night in Huntington. So we'll keep our eyes on this devolved at the very least for betting purposes, only Robert Kraft attorney day alleged the police conducted an illegal surgeon the craft solicitation case in juvenile Florida. What they said was that they had an illegal search of the massage parlor, and let's just leave their name out of it. I don't care what the name of the place is they said that they searched it illegally. So I am telling you I've been saying since day one from the jump. This guy's gonna get up by the time. They're done with this case. I promise you not only was he never there. He never got a massage. He never got any prostitutes. He never even was in valley. He wasn't even in the state by the time they're done with this thing. He will have been an Arrowhead stadium. Having a barbecue party up at a sweet by the time. They're done with this thing. I've never once thought he was going to do anything except walk on all of those ridiculous charges. All those people do down there, those polices mess with. Pro golfers and rich people that's what they do. I don't care. What you think of me down there? Kiss my ass. Eight five five two one two four two two seven is the number to get on the bench players have begun to clarity NBA draft, including John Moran from Murray state and Cody white of North Carolina the point guard vertu Conor McGregor. Insults. Hubby Nirma Gumma dad's wife and religion in a tweet later. Erasing the tweet too late. It already went out. I said what did he call her towel? Call her a towel head is that right decisions. Jeevani? That's exactly what he called her a towel. Who is very dangerous to retire about that. It's the guy already doctors before and look it up when he goes being the cage thinks happened now. So was there anything else he said about her was just that it was that? So then he erased later now, and then didn't throw out some like, you know, he's gonna you know, let's fight again or something he doesn't wanna rematch. How pathetic is this dude? Seriously. You are absolutely tripping, bro. You are so absolutely tripping that you think you can sell that BS everybody that you're gonna beat anybody. Everytime. You get in the in the Hurrell and octagon you get your ass beat imagine. Habib even fighting again, why waste your time. He kicked his ass six ways till Sunday. Did he not choke him out and beat his ass dominated? Why even fight him? Again is boring. I mean Conor McGregor soft. That's all there is to it. When he's in big fights, am I wrong? Does he not lose every big fight? He's in bigger problems could be on Twitter. I think he's got other. If we work out pathetic. Are you that you is not facing rape.
"gumma" Discussed on ESPN FC
"They didn't necessarily have the scouting that goes on these days will he he would come to a club ice test. You know, he was very fit. He would he would he would he would clear that and he'll do enough to get the Showtime contrast. And then once he was in the club. He would start to supply them with what they wanted. So whether that was not Sout when that was women without something a bit more, shall we say legal? He would he would do that. And he would also take the blame for plays even clean up. He would he would just so everyone make sure everyone was alright. So that people wanted him around enough for while he became the biggest sort of fixed in football. I guess really became it became everything. So a lot of these clubs in in in radio at the time where I think three out of the full major clubs run by gangsta buses, and he was best friends with Oldman. So once you got the champion on side, he, you know, basically runs the country through their legal crime enterprise. He was kinda fun you amid people would you know, after while people would coat on them to help out. I mean, he was Vesco the Gumma. I'm we sort of hinted it in the film, but we don't put it on Reiko because out of respect for the token about. But that was a Brazilian national team forward. He was suffering from alcoholism. They've to make sure he was alright. So he became an official Vesco player to make sure that stall play play. Really, well, so this is a business. Will ever people's eyes EM? He he definitely he he definitely have people helping him for show Louis. He spoke off with such warmth by some of the superstars of Brazilian football. In the movie was that surprising to you considering the way of Brazilians treat football as this this. This almost wonderful of sacred the'real passion of theirs that somebody could come in with this kind of bluster on fake his way through such a lengthy career. Were you surprised that he wasn't treated with more? Disdain. So you So can you say. can say, hey, the mad thing is here, right? Is the call is a lot of people did the interviews because had something on them. So. In we really struggled to get remorse. Right and eventually agreed. But then he got ego radio lungfuls. So we can do it. But that remorse as a Senator in the Brazilian government. And and the backdrop full this is the physical one of the political crisis races in Brazil. But the Ramar is one of the key boats on it. There's a. A newspaper law school that wins out in the Brazilian press is outlet for people have it. Whenever looking at where remorse pull she is smashed up. And it says remorse I went to a policy in had a had a big night out. And he his friend to draw and vote teams Davis, mash up ready, ready bad. But the you know, the guy in the background of the patriots colleagues. And com Troy's in a. Causing them causes blinded. One I can't become to it. So you causes there. For a reason why some everyone had something on on everyone. Whether it's good or bad. Whatever makes people was today with the lawyers when they were twenty old United the younger days, and they always owning it will they go up to. But that doesn't need say they when you get to interview them that they didn't have this won't few ROY. If you look at the causes turned off by that interview..
"gumma" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I told you. I don't know what to do now. Right. Like, I don't know. Well, here's another blind. All right, Colleen and Bradley, here's your next blind item. This former singer in an all female group who was probably the only real singer in the group. She got her latest network gig by hitting the casting couch a couple of times, but she's out there selling the show like a pro. Okay. Bradley. Do you look like you knew? Is it a Spice Girl? No. It's not a spy pussycat. Yes. Camila can be on. Pussycat pussycat. Delo. Culture zinger. She's a judge me baby. Put your hands in my pocket. That's that one song that I like of hers. The puck. I don't know that song, but let me send the blessing for you. Okay. Coal soot singer from the pussycat dolls. Well, she got her latest network gig. As one of the judges on the mass singer by hitting the casting couch a couple of times, but the coal is out there selling the show like a pro hikes bucket. Puckett Gumma put your hands in my pocket. What song is that? It's the her song. What's the word? I'm sorry to tell you this because I know that you have studied the songs so closely you sound a little bit Shakira. When you're doing. Yes. It's sort of like, I'm not sure what's happening. I don't know. Either. I know. My buttons. No. It's called right there. Okay. Is it clean? Can we play here because it's come here baby and be my baby and be my baby. Oh, and that's me like the way that you. Oh, yeah. The hold my body the way that you touch my buddy. Gum ever, put your hands in my pocket. Sounds great. Actually, I don't want to hear the real song ever. Again. I think we will find. Sorry. Okay. Thanks, brad. Okay. Here's another blind.
"gumma" Discussed on Rose Buddies
"So we don't have any ads this week. But we do have Gumma tramps, and I'm going to read the first one and dealing alleyoop it with the second one. Of course, I one here is for classiest miracle, and it's from Raji ru who says hey, classiest miracle for being Jimmy you're pretty cool. I don't think I know enough about that stuff to know what that means. I don't either I think it's a summer birthday Aphrodite means that you have there's two of you somewhere on earth. Okay. Anyway, I just wanna let you know. I think you're wonderful. Even though you never apply back to my sexy emoji chain Tech's lot of give and take with this mess. Sorry for commenting on it so much. I'm also glad I finally got to me one of your boyfriend's. So now, I know they are real. Here's two more memes in vine, compilations, Raji ru. Do you see the preferred timeframe on this one is that this holy shit? This episode sixty nine. Raji that episode sixty nine nice, which I think is late February or something calendar math is hard. It. Sure is. Screeched it by a little bit. But not that I knew any better. Oh my God. Now, should we go back and change the thing? I don't know. But I'm definitely going to change. My second thing is what's what's the second. Jumbotron here. This next message for Sarah, it is from Dorian Sarah by the tiny here. This will be back in your time zone again few. I'll make this quick you're my best friend, and I love you a whole lot out of all the people that get kicked out of Shakespeare class with. I'm glad it was you. Let's meet up against soon and make an obscene amount of pancakes. Together. PS give your catechists for me. I want an obscene amount of pancakes. Right. Six. Thanks. That's good. Hello. This is Amy man. And I'm Ted Leo. Podcast called the art of process. We're talking about how the creative process is in itself. An art form in our opinion, there underline forms and structures. The service the scaffolding for any creative endeavor. We've been looking over the past year to talk to some of our friends and acquaintances from across the creative spectrum to find out how they actually work. We weirdly don't know as many musicians as you would expect new episodes will be coming every other Monday starting January twenty eighth so please, listen and subscribe at maximum fun dot org, or wherever you get your podcast..
"gumma" Discussed on Never Seen It
"And still single have. No be. The worst Polly. If you're poly-amorous, you're still someone named Paul all police. Yeah. Play Dave say that. Poly amorous? From New York. Got a lot of love. Give go for every borough hall e. Holly. So funny, dude, that's definitely our band name. Dame, or something is this playing in stereo or mono. Okay. How many websites? Amorous mono Gumma. Name. Right. Stuff. Combined as one care. Probably the gavel that noise, right? Is that the judge Bangla Kapil? No. Maybe it is the jail door leading dance. What it is Sam bam clink clink? But wouldn't it only shut once you share? That was the theme song to alka-seltzer you're like bam. Bam clink clink. Really? Yeah. I think it's like, plop, plop, fizz, fizz. Oh, yeah. Examining the legendary Dun Dun sound from law and order on the anniversary of the show. Dave, you wanna read this article? Sure. I know what it is. Did you off? Long as the. Really?.
"gumma" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Putting on morning edition now that they're not being paid many federal workers are taking on second jobs. Some are even using the partial government shutdown is an opportunity to pursue other passions tomorrow on morning edition, shutdown moonlighting. Join us for that story and the information you need to start your day tomorrow on morning edition on WNYC. It's nine o'clock. This is WNYC FM HD and in New York. At one level. My grandma is college ordinary don't tell much of a story. She's good student teacher say the nice things that they say about bright students. They talked about her sense of social responsibility. They talk about her quote excellent. And well trained mind, this is nine hundred thirty one that they would say such a thing gouge your college in an all girls school in Baltimore. I got these records a few years back when I was invited to give a commencement address. At culture, I asked if I could get a copy of her school records in there such a different picture of this person. I knew it's my grandma as a college kid. Gumma was training to be a teacher evaluation say that she has a lot of promise quote, she did her practice teaching with great success. Making unusually varied interesting and well organized lesson plans presenting material with force and vigor showing great accuracy in all details. I like that one she has a forceful as well. As a very pleasant personality, which I can say is true. She's very smart. Always let you know what she thought there is. Four of these evaluations. They listed traits. There's like a checklist they was some energy reliability perseverance resourcefulness to twenty one years old poised on the verge of a great future. Which is what is so hard about reading these things today. It's a future. She never got to live. It's not it's not a pleasurable thing to read. Well, she had a lot of potential, but I don't think it really got realized desert two kids my dad, and my uncle Barry and Lenny now in their eighties. Ask them to read through this stuff and talk to me about it. And there are so many things to stop her from realising her potential after he graduated freely taught junior high school for a year. And then she married and very quickly like amazingly quickly her marriage fell apart. I await twenties. She was a single mom with two kids back in the nineteen thirties during the depression and to help support our whole extended family. She pantley got drafted to work in the family business, which was this little corner grocery store in downtown Baltimore where they lived. Yeah. It was it was a drag and was dragging her down. Did she talk.
"gumma" Discussed on KGO 810
"Is evil one in the Egyptian story as told in in the first century anyway, were his followers. Tobias core. Tobia who were Croly some followers. I like to think he didn't have followers. I'd like to think he'd turn people on to be their own masters to try and Mazda themselves. But of course, every every religious figure ends up with some followers, depending on what Sal is it weather that they're left in. There will always attracts that and people craziest follow us that he left behind when he died in ninety forty seven where a mixed bunch the largest number of them. And they weren't many was in California in Pasadena, whether it was a a not a large from run by Wilfred Smith who was an English ex patriot who'd gone to Canada, and then to California, and there were a few people dossiers here. And there was absolutely. Tiny. And he had his main Representative was called gum. We've been arrested by the SS in Nazi Germany as a follower of what they call the high free most input in. A concentration camp, but estimate in northern Germany, and he suffered there and eventually made his way to New York and by nineteen forty by the end of the war. He he'd reached America and thanks to his American life. And he was any get you by Herbert Hoover. And they the FBI used on handing in because he was German and the old I will school, and it was a fair that that could never tell with the crowd. He was a spy on. He was never never. I was at crazy abandoning in America from nineteen fourteen to nineteen nineteen and have been investigated by the what was then the investigation the BP. I when who was a relatively junior part of it. And they they couldn't find anything more than than that. He he may have been working for the British secret service in some capacity or other who was always nervous about the efforts to keep him matches America during the war, and he wanted to go over and see his followers Theresa in California. So really the revival of is thanks to the mostly. I think to the his is is loyal. American follows some of them were not very well. Good Gumma who succeeded him was a bit lax, shall we say, I think that's probably too kind. And I didn't think he really had enough as crazy spirit to carry on carry on the task effective. And it wasn't until the nineteen sixties when Grady mcmurtry off the Gumma died in sixty two in Grady mcmurtry sees the reins and started to bring the whole thing back together again, and since it's taken many years. To reconstitute. Re a realistic system of Crowly and sought in action in groups like the well, I'm particularly the OT, oh, the odor, temporally oriented. I think a lot of people to buy us confused Croly with the satanist Anton l'abbaye, I think they thought the these two guys were one in the same. Did you ever hear? That means this is this is this is absolutely right. I mean, currently didn't believe in a Satan. So but I was looking for. I don't know I didn't have much.
"gumma" Discussed on KTRH
"German, and and the old school, and it was a fair that that who could never tell the crowd. He was a spy on. He was never never. I was at courtesy of winning in America from nineteen fourteen to nineteen nineteen and it'd been investigated by the what was then the investigation the BPI when Hoover was a relatively junior part of it. And they they couldn't find anything more than than that. He he may have been working for the British secret service in some capacity or other who was always nervous about curly and efforts to keep him out of America during the war, and he wanted to go over and see his followers Theresa in California. So really the revival of craziest. Thanks to the mostly. I think to the his is as loyal American follows some of them were not very well governor who succeeded him was a bit lax, shall we say, I think that's probably too kind in. I don't think he really got enough of Cody spirit to carry on carry on the task effective. And it wasn't until the nineteen sixties when Grady mcmurtry off the Gumma died in sixty two in Grady mcmurtry sees the reins and started to bring the whole thing back together again, and since it's taken many years. And to reconstitute. Re a realistic system of Crowly and sought in action in groups like the well, I'm particularly the OT. Oh, the auto temporally oriented. I.
"gumma" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Gumma who succeeded him was a bit lax, shall we say, I think that's probably too kind. And I didn't think he really had enough of crazy spirit to carry on carry on the task effective. And it wasn't until the nineteen sixties when Grady mcmurtry off the Gumma died in sixty two in Grady, mcmurtry sees the reins and started to bring the whole thing back together again, and since it's taken many years, and to to reconstitute a re a realistic system of Crowly and sort in action in in groups like the well, I'm particularly the OT. Oh, the auto temporally oriented. I think a lot lot of people Tobias confused Croly with the satanist Anton l'abbaye, I think they thought. The these two guys were one in the same. Did you ever hear? That means this is this is this is absolutely right. I mean, currently didn't believe in a Satan. So but I was looking for. I don't know I didn't have much about the LUSA cult. There's an ambiguity isn't there in the shores? Accounts of safe. Lucifer the light bringer the MorningStar. And and therefore they have then the church will say, well, yes, he may be an angel, but he's a fallen angel and so on but crazy was not interested at all in any cultivatable etcetera. Basic watchword, which is an ancient one. Do that. Will the core is anything butter? Grunting of a licensed to do as you. Please do as you will do what by this is the idea again, if the divine mystery within a man and a woman as having a divine call that.
"gumma" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Welcome back to coast to coast. Tobias Churton is our special guest this hour. We'll take your calls as well. Tobias. You wrote a book and incredible brook on their curly in America. Let's talk a little bit about him because he was pretty prominent in the sixties as well wasn't. He. Yes. And no, I my feeling of that currently in the sixties the sixties was ready for crazy. But crazy. Is it was it was very much a specialist interest. We find him, of course, on the cover of the Beatles. Pepper album. We not surprised to find it with John Lennon who wanted him up there. And but Netflix ever very few people actually noticed that there were a lot of people. There gurus make Jagger whatever who was the back in an Oscar Wilde and say, I'm so very well at all in that period. Ondeck known today, really because whenever he's meant most newspapers see we got a torrent of abuse about him. So, but of course, he was one of the prophets of the sixties. He predicted literally predicted. I mean, I'll give you an example he wrote in during the war Sakamoto born nineteen forty four. It just had to get out of London because buzz bombs from the from Germany smashing up the West End, and he wrote a letter to his American follower, a Grady mcmurtry who is left tenant in the in the American army at the time about to fight the battle of the boat in Europe. You may have seen the movie, but then every time we go to break from his military juices trying to defeat the Nazis mcmurtry would come back to England and see how is crazy and crazy rich molasses that he wanted him eventually to take over his his auto doodo temporary. And he says in this letter of nineteen late nineteen forty four. He says nineteen sixty five will be a very important in the gross of the child extraordinary. When I came to do the book. It was amazing. How many key sixties events happening sixty five it's the great turning so cronies area in the sixties. But he's as it were invisible. And and that was that's been one of the most interesting things is to dig that out in the fifty years since and he seems like a sixties legacy because I think. In america. People had to go through a psychological change from a fifties mentality to something else to even open themselves to to something a strange apparently strangers. I was crazy. I think the New York Times regarded crazy nine hundred sixty nine when his confessions with has published the unsung hero of AP's, which is a bit unkind to Croly and the hippies, but wasn't he considered evil? Tobias by many people. Yes. I think he was he was pasted as evil by all those who were threatened by washy represented. I think Jesus was also accused of working for Sates, and it's the usual thing I think clearly said that the devil is the God of any group. You don't like. And. No, he was never a arrested for a crime in his life. And there's no reason why he should be. I mean, the whole principle of his system. Love is the law love under will which means not this. So sloppy love is perpetually sentimental and weak weakening, but a a real desire to embrace realities in that in the light of the true will which is the divine mystery of man, and that's what he's is host system is an individualistic system to find and work with the what this divine mystery. Oh, what they sufis cool. The the is the divine mystery of man, the presence of God in the deepest recess of the soul, so to speak or what we sometimes call the spirit and spiritual engagement. He's fourteen stood for he was extremely outspoken in his day dealing with a world which. Even our grandparents don't know much about him. He is gracious period of development is what we call in England the reporting period nineteen hundreds before the first World War. He was up against the old order in a way, the whole twentieth century is is a battle with that old order, and there are a lot of people who like field order because they have vested interest in it. And he came to shake it up and to do to preach. The the. Horace the crowned and conquering child he was very in Egyptian religion. One of the route experiences a man's religious consciousness in in the development of man's spiritual awareness, and he used the image of onerous that the young God who avengers the death of a Cyrus. Cyrus is is is is is the sacrificial imagery of God. The quite familiar with in Christianity and the child rises up to to offend sorta by set usually evil. One can the Egyptian story as told in the first century. Anyway, core his followers to bias core. Buy who were Croly followers. I like to think he didn't have followers. I'd like to think he turn people on to be their own monsters to try and Mazda themselves. But of course, every every religious ends up with some followers, depending on what Sal is that they're left, and they will always attracts that in people craziest followers that he left behind when he died in nineteen forty seven where a mixed bunch largest number of them. And they weren't many was in California in Pasadena, whether it was a an OT. Oh. Run by Wilfred Smith who was an English ex patriot who'd gone to Canada, and then to California, and there were a few people dotted here and there I mean, he was absolutely tiny. And he had his main Representative was col Gumma we've been arrested by the SS in Nazi Germany as a follower of what they call the high free most the and put in a concentration camp in northern Germany, and he suffered that and eventually made his way to New York and by nineteen forty by the end of the war. He reached America and thanks to his American life. And he was any get you by Hubbard, and they the FBI you start handing in because he was German and of the old. I will school, and it was a fear that that could never tell with Crowley was a spy on. He was never never. I was at crazy abandoning in America from nineteen fourteen to nine hundred nineteen and it'd been investigated. The what was then the investigation the BPI when Hoover was a relatively junior part of it. And they they couldn't find anything more than than that. He he may have been working for the British secret service in some capacity or other who was always nervous about Crowley and the efforts to keep him out of America during the war, and he wanted to go over and see his followers Theresa in California. So really the revival of craziest. Thanks to the mostly. I think to the his is as loyal American follows some of them were not very well Gumma who succeeded him was a bit lax, shall we say, I think that's probably two kind in. I think he really got enough of Cody spirit to carry on carry on the task affective. And it wasn't until the nineteen sixties when Grady mcmurtry off the Gumma died in sixty two in Grady mcmurtry sees the reins and started to bring the whole thing back together again, and since it's taken many years. And to reconstitute. Re a realistic system of Crowly and sought in action in in groups like the well, I'm particularly the OT. Oh, the auto temporally oriented. I think a lot lot of people Tobias confused Croly with the satanist Anton l'abbaye, I think they thought the these two guys were wanting the same. Did you ever hear? That means this is this is this is absolutely right. I mean, currently didn't believe in a Satan. So but I was looking for. I didn't I didn't have much about. There's an ambiguity isn't there in the? Accounts of you having also Lucifer for the light bringer the MorningStar. And and therefore they have been the church will say, well, yes, he may be an angel, but he's a fallen angel then someone Saiful, but crazy was not interested at all in any colts of evil cetera. His basic watchword, which is an ancient one. Do what that will. The core is anything, but a a. Granting of a licensed to do as you. Please do as you will is do what? This is the idea again, if the divine mystery, we.
"gumma" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Is is is is is the sacrificial imagery of God. We're quite familiar with in Christianity and the child rises up to to avenge the slaughter by evil. One. In the Egyptian story as told in the first century anyway, core his followers. Tobias core Tobias who were Crawley's followers. I like to think he didn't have followers. I'd like to think he'd turn people on to be their own masters to try and Mazda themselves. But of course, every every religious figure ends up with some follows depending on what Sal is it weather, then they're left, and they will always attracts setting and people his followers that he left behind when he died in ninety forty seven where a mixed bunch the largest number of them. And they weren't many was in California in Pasadena, whether it was a a not a large run by Wilfred Smith who was an English ex patriot who'd gone. To Canada, and then to California, and there were a few people dotted here, and there I mean, it was absolutely tiny. And he had his main Representative was a call Gumma we'd been arrested by the SS in Nazi Germany as a follower of what they call the high free most analysts to carry and put in a concentration camp estimate in northern Germany, and he suffered that and eventually made his way to New York and by nineteen forty by the end of the war. He reached America and.
"gumma" Discussed on KSFO-AM
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"gumma" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
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"gumma" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"If you want to do what only one percent of the population is doing if you want to achieve that level in your life in any area that you gotta look at what the ninety nine percent of people are doing, and you got to go the other way. And I gotta tell you when you do that people. It is lonely. There is nobody there I can count on one hand one hand the number of real friends, close friends that I have in my life people. I share everything with people. I trust implicitly. Everyone else is just a person. I know. I don't allow myself to be distracted from my goals by people or things that don't move the needle. I don't and before you go thinking that that's sort of lonely or sad existence. Let me tell you. It is not really is not. The relationships that I have are close and deep and I'm invested in those. And all of these other people who want my time in my attention. They don't get it. Focus on the things that matter and the relationships that matter and the people that matter most to me. And I focus on the things that move the needle and move me closer towards my goal. And more importantly, I'm unapologetic about it. We'll get more to that in a minute. Gay. Number two. So that's the first thing you're going gonna be lonely number two. People are going to criticize you even hate you. Even though they don't have any idea who you are. This is a fish specially true. If you work in the industry that I'm in were podcast or Gumma consultant coach kind of whether it's trading or business, or whatever it is the second that you start putting yourself out there..