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Today anthropology is something to stay away from in university-- a curriculum that leads to no job, no money, no future. Today the word anthropology has become an upscale clothing boutique, for those who can afford to leave a small carbon footprint. Tonight we discuss Margaret Mead and the future that has come, built by a group of anthropologists who decided they had all the answers, and pointed their weapon directly at our heads, and how tacitly surrender by how we think about ourselves
The Steve and Mary Show, present Adam Greenwell, composer, producer, and musician in this special presentation of "A Man and His Music, A Vocation of Music Anthropology." "New Zealand-based writer, musician, anthropology graduate and entrepreneur Adam Greenwell has explored how education and community-spirit are expressed through music for over twenty years. He is the author of "Wrestling and Nestling" a book of interviews and reflections on life in New Zea
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In Episode two we will discuss amalgamation as it is clearly outlined in the Bible. We will then delve into how modern scientists are emulating the ancient Antediluvian scientists. Finally, we will discuss how the effects of the Theory of Evolution have had a deletarious affect on society and the church.
Listen to “The Anthropology & Archaeology of The Shabaka Stone: Human Development In Central East Africa” on The Per Ankh Hour Q & A with Bro. Kaba Hiawatha Kamene (aka Booker T. Coleman) of “Hidden Colors 1 & 2” and Michael Imhotep on The African History Network, Wednesday, April 10th, 10pm-11pm EST. Bro. Kaba Kamene will broadcast his LIVE Streaming teaching session on http://www.townzonetv.com/channel/view/dr-kaba-kamene-27 from 9pm-10pm EST every Wednes
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Elizabeth Russell holds an M.A. in Women's Spirituality from Sofia University in Palo Alto, CA. She is most recently a Ph.D. student at the California Institute of Integral Studies. She has also studied at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA.
Some of her professors were protoges of the late archaeologist, Marija Gimbutas. Other teachers have been famous historical figures and foremothers of feminist spirituality such as Carol Christ, China Galland, Vicki Noble, Judy Grahn, and Barbara Tedlock..
Anthropology/comparitive religion her forte, women's studies, her areas of specialization are, matriarchal studies, ancient/contemporary female shamanism, American Indian studies, and Mormon studies.
Her article Pomo Baby Rocks will be published in The Journal of Archaeomythology.
What does culture mean for your leadership? Join me in today's show when we have Anders Breindahl in the studio. He is an anthropologist and cultural expert with focus on the Asian context. We are going to discuss - what does it take for leadership to get into the stae of understanding others? Who do we need to be in order to fully be apprecentative of others? Learn more about Anders and the work he does on http://www.asiawise.biz/
Rabbi Shalomim Halahawi, under the ancient prophetic Hebrew spirit, gives what might be the most comprehensive History, Theology, Anthropology and Spiritual-Prophetic teachings concerning the origins, evolutions and doctrines of Ancient Israelite culture and faith. Everything you thought you knew about the Plan of Yahwah or Israelite beliefs and practices, could very well be systematically unlearned if you pick up this book and read it. From the beginning of Eden and the development of the Eternal Covenants passed down from generation to generation, to the establishment of the Sacred Holy Days , to the lineage of Messiahs and the True New Covenant that your church and synagogue never told you about, to the missing link of the origins of the Ethnic Israelite peoples and their cultural practices, your eyes will stay wide open in amazement and intrigue as you take a touristic ride into what will feel like a whole new ancient world you never knew existed
In this episode we will take another look at how science and the Bible are reconciled. What are cavemen? Did God create them? Why do we see scientific evidence of the bones of caveman? Where can we find amalgamation in the Bible? How are the Big Bang Theory and Evolution connected? How can we explain these issues to our children?
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Join us as Ruth L Miller, a metaphysician with degrees in the systems sciences, environmental studies, and anthropology, helps us understand the critical problems of our day and how we can begin to live lives that are both sustainable and harmonious as we move into the 21st century.
Dr. Miller has been teaching and consulting since the 1970s on these important subjects. She's the editor of the internationally published Library of Hidden Knowledge and the author of numerous books on consciousness, spirituality, religious history, and the future. She's worked as a futurist, a college professor, and a New Thought minister, and is now Director of The Portal Center, a nonprofit research library and study center on the Oregon Coast.
In this episode, Miller will take a look at current news items and suggest ways to reframe them, bringing a fresh perspective to the story. Then she'll answer questions from the listening audience, addressing their personal and community issues--ranging from harmonious relationships to sustainable economics, and beyond.
This week on Human Potential, it's a celebration of our nonautistic allies! Parent ally, advocate, award-winning jewelry/fashion designer, and blogger extraordinaire Ariane Zurcher joins us to talk about her experiences as a parent to Emma, her autistic daughter who authors and coauthors many of the blog entries on her blog, Emma's Hope Book, alongside her. We'll also cover what it means to be an ally, how Ariane discovered autistic culture and the world's autistic communities, and ways that our community can learn to embrace and include wonderful allies like her when we find them!
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