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  • 02:33

    What do you REALLY want?? Franco deNicola - What's Happening in our Collective

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    Season 3 Ep 17 - 11/12 August 2016 - 5.00pm PST (US), 8.00pm EST (US), 10.00am AEST (AUS)
    Franco deNicola joins us today for a major update on the event flow in the Collective. Our last conversation with Franco was October 2015 and since then some very  pivotal changes have taken place behind the scenes which will lead, later this year, to major events playing out in main stream, financial and political. As regular listeners will know, Franco's work in the engine room of the collective exposes him to information streams of "simulations" being carried out to determine the gentlest way to awaken the collective without causing a complete financial and political collapse... Is it what you expect? This conversation goes to some amazing places...
    Please join Amy Brimicombe and Chris Hales as we explore Franco's world!

  • 01:33

    If god gave us free will why then does it not exist?

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    Free will, as the theist claims, is something given to us by a god. More to the point, the theist Abrahamic god. But does free will really exist? Join me as I bring two people from another podcast together to discuss free will and how it doesn't exist. Or does it? The Free Thought Prophet podcast joins me as we explore Free Will and how it complicates the claims for the existence of God.
    Free will is a very difficult position for the theist to make and there are several reasons why using this as a way to explain the reasons you can reject the existence of god.

  • 00:59

    Nutrition Class 7

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    Welcome to Nutrition Class 7

  • 00:02

    BGU: This Podcast has moved to: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bougiegirlradio

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    This Podcast has moved to: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bougiegirlradio
     

  • 02:24

    BlackJesusMinister: "Are The National Anthem's Lyrics Racist ?" - 10/10/17

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    Tue. 9:00 pm EST - Call # (619) 924-9807 & Press (1) to Speak !
    Show Link: http://tobtr.com/s/10325245
    Host: BlackJesusMinster M - 8pm EST "The Show" T - 7pm EST "The Show" W - 8pm EST "The Ahwar Da Swordsman Show" T - 8pm EST "The Brother Mercy Show" F - 8pm EST "The Lorraine Show" S - 8pm EST "The Lady Amanda Show" S - 9pm EST "The BlackJesusMinister Show" John 8:32 kjv - "And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." 1 EDUCATION EMPOWERMENT 2 BIBLE TRUTHS 3 POLITICS & RELIGION 4 DEBATES 5 INTERVIEWS 6 NEWS & ISSUES INBOX TO APPLY: Seeking persons proficient and knowledgeable in (a) Promotions Advertisement, (b) Social Media forums esp FB & YouTube, (c) Production in Social Media Audio & Visual, (d) Debaters, (e) Show Hosts, (f) Bible Teachers, (g) Christian Counselors, (h) Educators, (i) Musicians, (j) Poets, and much more !!!

  • 00:54

    Black Magic King Solomon Study

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    Study on Black Magic Women and King Solomon

  • 00:31

    November 2017 Voices from the Field speaker spotlight interview. Dr. Joy Peyton

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    Many of us are interested in and strive for peaceful engagement in our families, communities, schools, and nation, and there are strong calls for peace within our education community (e.g., Oxford, 2013; The Language of Peace: Communicating to Create Harmony) and in international engagement initiatives (e.g., Gopin, 2016; Healing the Heart of Conflict). However, understandings about ways to live in peace often remain abstract, and the language that we observe in politics, the media, and even in education (and that we use ourselves) is often filled with judgments, labels, and blame, and we increasingly see misunderstandings and division across, and even within, the groups that we care about and engage with. The goals of this talk are to review key principles and components of nonviolent communication, which teachers can use with learners and colleagues and in their classes, and all of us can use in our daily lives. These include ways to Observe, express our own Feelings, understand our Needs, and make Requests.Many of us are interested in and strive for peaceful engagement in our families, communities, schools, and nation, and there are strong calls for peace within our education community (e.g., Oxford, 2013; The Language of Peace: Communicating to Create Harmony) and in international engagement initiatives (e.g., Gopin, 2016; Healing the Heart of Conflict). However, understandings about ways to live in peace often remain abstract, and the language that we observe in politics, the media, and even in education (and that we use ourselves) is often filled with judgments, labels, and blame, and we increasingly see misunderstandings and division across, and even within, the groups that we care about and engage with. The goals of this talk are to review key principles and components of nonviolent communication, which teachers can use with learners and colleagues and in their classes, and all of us can use in our daily lives. 

  • 01:00

    The Words We Speak

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    The Words We Speak “Words are singularly the most powerful force available to humanity. We can choose to use this force constructively with words of encouragement, or destructively using words of despair. Words have energy and power with the ability to help, to heal, to hinder, to hurt, to harm, to humiliate and to humble.” - Yehuda Ber Take a moment to grab your Mason Jar and join the Tracy Brown Show on "The Porch" as we have a conversation with Myra Smith Frye about "The Words We Speak." You don't want to miss this awesome woman of God.

  • 00:45

    Project Looking Glass & the Stargate in Iraq

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    Stargate in Iraq:  There was, or possibly is a stargate in Iraq.  This stargate is reported to have been acquired by Iraq by either 1) Ancient technology dating back to ancient Babylon (The Tower of Babel may have been a stargate), or 2) It may have had origins from outer-space: an alien UFO craft crashed during or subsequently to the Gulf War (1990-1991).  This became some kind of Iraq’s Rosewell, and this may have been the hidden reason for going to war with Iraq.  Saddam allegedly wanted to use the stargate for his own purposes.  The US had to stop him because with this technology, he could come to rule the world, and hence the stargate could have been Sadaam Husseins “weapon of mass destruction”.
    The Looking Glass Project: Reportedly involved a back-engineered Extraterrestrial device originally designed to be a portal opening mechanism for Stargate-type travel - which had (has) the capacity to bend time/space so that events over the forward and rear event horizons could be viewed (looking forward or backward in time).  This device was being used to determine the probability of future events, and allows the user to come back to present time and initiate strategies which will increase the likelihood of the desired future event (i.e. election results).  It was also tested for communications protocols and transportation applications as recently as 2003-2004, before being dismantled for safety reasons as we enter further into the highly energetic space in and around the galactic plane.

  • 01:03

    KEEPING IT REAL

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    We will have some special guest,dont forget to tunein to find out,use 6464758048 to just listen,we need your feed backs.HOT HOT TOPICS.

  • 00:31

    Does Teaching Critical Thinking Really Help Students ?

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    This month, we are pleased to have with us Dr. Charles Temple. Charlie Temple is Kinghorn Professor of Global Education at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, New York, where he teaches courses in literacy education, children’s literature, storytelling, comparative education, and writing for children. He is a co-founder of the Open Society Institute’s Reading and Writing for Critical Thinking project, that promotes pedagogy for active learning and critical thinking in primary and secondary schools and universities in forty countries on five continents.  With the Canadian international literacy organization CODE, Temple works on teams that produce children’s books in Tanzania, Liberia, and Sierra Leone and trains teachers to use the books to encourage thoughtful discussions.  In the US, Temple is active in the International Literacy Association, the Comparative and International Education Society, and the National Storytelling Network. He has authored textbooks in literacy education and children’s literature, and also books for children.  Temple has a B.A. in English from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Ph.D. in literacy education from the University of Virginia. 
    Join us for what will be an enlightening conversation on Wednesday, March 29 at 2pm EDT.

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