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  • 00:34

    Message: "What's So Golden about Golden Rule?" (Matthew 7:12)

    in Christianity

    In the mid-1600s, an anonymous person gave the title "Golden Rule" to the teaching of Matthew 7:12 in that one should "treat others as you would want to be treated." What is it about this rule that makes it so "golden?" We will examine this issue on today's podcast.

  • 01:00

    New Englanders in the 1600s with Martin Hollick

    in History

    Martin Hollick wrote the definitive resource for genealogists researching New England ancestors in the 17th century. His book, New Englanders in the 1600s: A Guide to Genealogical Research Published Between 1980 and 2010 (Expanded Edition) has been updated to include 5 more years and additional resources.
    Tune in to Fieldstone Common as we talk to Martin about the challenges of researching in the 1600s and learn invaluable research tips to ensure success. Whether you are a novice researcher or have many years experience, you will surely learn something new.
    Tune in live to be eligible to win one of two copies of the book to be given away during the show.
    LIVE: THURSDAY, 30 AUGUST 2012 at 1:00pm EST

  • 01:11

    All Things Spiritual And Supernatural with Wanda Kay - May 14,2014

    in Paranormal

    Tonight on All Things Spiritual and Supernatural with your host Coyote Chris Sutton, he welcomes VERY special guest Wanda Kay, author, Kentucky historian, investigator, tour guide, proprietor of Wanda Kay's Ghost Shop and formerly of Bobby Mackey's Music World. Be sure to join the interactive chat room on our website www.incubiincarnate.com/ATSASlistenlive!!

    At the present time Wanda has spent countless hours, totaling over thousands each year, walking people through the HAUNTED night club and telling the history of the site back to the 1600s. She has had countless first hand paranormal experiences that she has shared in her books and on several TV shows such as "My Ghost Story", "Kentucky Life", "Ghost Hunters" and "Ghost Adventures".

    Wanda Kay has also been heard on many radio stations regarding the paranormal. She loves history and exploring and when she isn't ghost hunting, she is busy writing about her new adventures.

    For more information on Wanda Kay visit: www.WandaKay.com

  • 00:59

    New York Municipal Archives with Ken Cobb

    in History

    Join Ken Cobb as he talks about one of the richest repositories in New York City: the New York Municipal Archives. Ken, the Assistant Commissioner of Department of Records and Information Services for the City of New York, will talk about the collections of the archives -- the vital records, tax records, police records, almshouse records, mayoral records, and more. Find out what the Dutch holdings include from the 1600s. Ken will also tell us about the vital record digitization project currently underway.


    Vital records: http://www.nyc.gov/html/records/html/archives/genealogy.shtml

  • 01:55

    National Agenda with savage-el ~ Cahokia

    in Education

    A Thriving Ancient Metropolis
    According to archaeological finds, the city of Cahokia was inhabited from about A.D. 700 to 1400. At its peak, from A.D. 1050 to 1200, the city covered nearly six square miles and 10,000 to 20,000 people lived here. Over 120 mounds were built over time, and most of the mounds were enlarged several times. Houses were arranged in rows and around open plazas, and vast agricultural fields lay outside the city.

    The site is named for the Cahokia subtribe of the Illiniwek (or Illinois tribe, a loose confederacy of related peoples), who moved into the area in the 1600s. They were living nearby when the French arrived about 1699. Sometime in the mid-1800s, local historians suggested the site be called "Cahokia" to honor these later arrivals.

    Archaeological investigations and scientific tests, mostly since the 1920s and especially since the 1960s, have provided what is known of the once-thriving community.

  • 02:43

    Angry Deva's Radio Show: All Men are feminine, the true feminine is a man.

    in Radio


    The first high heel wearers are believed to have been Persian horseback warriors sometime around the ninth century. The extended heel was reportedly developed specifically for riding, to keep the rider’s foot from slipping out of the stirrups. It also helped to hold the rider steady when standing up in the stirrups and shooting arrows. A group of Persian diplomats visited Europe in 1599 to recruit allies to help Persia defeat the Ottoman Empire. A craze for Persian culture developed as a result and Persian-style high heeled shoes were adopted enthusiastically by Western European aristocrats.

    The shoes became a status symbol and the heels were extended to make the men look even taller. (This is thought by many etymologists to be where the term “well heeled”, meaning “wealthy” originally came from.) Just as the 1980s had notorious shoe collector Imelda Marcos, the 1600s had a rabid shoe collector and trend setter in Louis XIV of France. While he was a powerful leader, his height left something to be desired at five feet, four inches tall (1.62 m), which was slightly below average in his day. (The average height for men in France at the time, in modern international units, was 5 ft. 5 inches or 1.65 m. Note: Contrary to popular belief, Napoleon was not short; he was two inches taller than the average in his day.)

    A king being slightly shorter than average wasn’t ideal for his ego, so Louis took measures to make himself look taller, sporting four inch heels, often decorated with elaborate battle scenes. Eventually, he switched to having red heels on all his shoes and decreed that only the upper echelons of society could have matching red heels. It became a simple matter of looking at the color of a man’s heels to see if he was in the king’s inner circle.

  • 02:02

    Ferguson and America's Hidden Fascist Agenda

    in Politics Progressive

    Ferguson did not come out of nowhere.  America has had a hidden agenda since the 1600s of racism, genocide, and militarism that can be traced on a critical path to the present.  This critical path is the course we are on today, and it has to be understood that the country needs a new direction and transformational leadership to get there.  Today we will shine a flashlight on the above seeds of destruction sown into the foundation of the American empire from the very beginning:

    Racism, Genocide, and Militarism from the beginning to the present.
     The Evolution of Fascism in America.
    Operation Paperclip, the New Jim Crow, and the Prison Industrial Complex.
    Bioweapons, the JFK Assassination, and the People's Temple.
    Global Pandemics, Agribusiness, and Africa.

    As always, you are cordially invited to call in.

  • 00:57

    Dutch Research in Holland for Colonial NY Ancestors with Yvette Hoitink

    in History

    Today professional genealogist Yvette Hoitink joins Jane to talk about researching colonial American Dutch ancestors in their homeland in the 1500s and 1600s. Joining us from Holland, Yvette will discuss Dutch research -- how to find our roots in Holland, what types of records our ancestors will be found in, tips for negotiating Dutch records, and more.


    http://www.wiewaswie.nl – WieWasWie [Who Was Who], database of civil registration and church records.

    http://www.meertens.knaw.nl/nfb/index.php?taal=eng – Database of surnames in the Netherlands

    http://www.newnetherlandinstitute.org – New Netherland Institute. The Research section has an online bibliography that includes the references to the orphan master’s publications:
    Fernow, Berthold, trans. and ed. Minutes of the Orphanmasters of New Amsterdam, 1655-1663. 2 vols. New York: Francis P. Harper, 1902-1907.



    Old West India Company, Chamber of Amsterdam, minutes 1635-1636, 20 January 1635

    Bredevoort, Gelderland, Netherlands, minutes of the voluntary court, 5-6 January 1614.

    Johannes Vingboons, View of Nieuw Amsterdam/New York, 1665


  • 02:00


    in Politics

    Originally started as a Summer 2013 project with Executive Director Thomas Witt, Equality Kansas the premier LGBT organization of the state, "Wednesday with Wit" has become a staple on our programming schedule.

    Program Schedule 13 August 2014

    Short late breaking news annoucements from Kansas politics.

    "This Way Out" the international gay and lesbian radio magazine.

    Amanda Marcotte's "RH Reality Cast" from the vital RH Reality Check news web site.

    A stupendous EXTRA FEATURE from Martin in Australia with "Kaputt Radio" on the history of banking since the 1600s.

    Support the A-Info Radio Project which provided This Way Out and Kaputt Radio for this episode, Your microdonations, in any amount, are important and tell them RFK sent you.

  • 00:59

    Maroon & Revolts Audio Book Breaking The Chains Wm. L. Katz Chps 8 & 9

    in Education

    Chapter 8 and 9, Runaways and Maroons; Revolts in the Age of Revolution,

    Breaking The Chains by William L. Katz "will force many readers to reexamine their assumptions about American history… Young readers will be fascinated and better informed for having experienced this book,” wrote School Library Journal. Striking photographs highlight this unknown heritage.”
    — Black Child Magazine, February/March 1997

    The story of Maroon communities in the Americas is one of the most important and fascinating chapters in the history of New World societies. However, it is a story that is not well known. Scholarly research and forensic archaeology are increasingly uncovering the evidence of Maroon settlements that have been a part of the US from the 1600s until the 1900s, but were hidden in plain view. Not only is little known about Maroon encampments established throughout the southern US, but our history books include little trace of the agency of Africans, who were forcibly brought to the US and enslaved, but employed military and diplomatic strategies in international relations, represented Native nations in negotiations with the US government, launched cottage industries, and built lasting communities long before the end of the Civil War.

    Over Two hundred years ago, while the elite in New Orleans were making their usual preparations for Mardi Gras. Plantation owners were planning all-night parties, and the women of the house were looking forward to elaborate masquerades and balls.
    What they didn't know is while they were planning for their annual carnival festivities, their slaves were planning a little something of their own.
    On one fateful night, 500 armed slaves rose up from the plantations and set out to conquer the city.

  • 01:21

    King James - Busting the myths and exposing the truths

    in Lifestyle

    For centuries, King James, the King of England during the 1600s, was known an Englishman, who was white.

    Today however, some black people, only after seeing the photographs allegedly released from the Vatican church, believe King James was a black man.

    This mind blowing discussion will cover the history of King James, the origin of his name, the images depicting him as a black person, and the ultimate scheme behind it all.

    You can’t believe everything you see.

    Let us discuss.

    Why are black people trying to make all the historical figures black?

    Why have whites lied about history?

    Why is race such an important factor when discussing history?