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  • 00:56

    Conspiracy This Week Interview With Jan Irvin

    in Politics

    Conspiracy This Week Interviews Jan Irvin
    www.conspiracythisweek.com
     
    Jan Irvin is the founder of Gnostic Media which is an open-source, independent media that pulls you outside of the box and into the heart of cognizance itself. Here the word ‘gnostic’ pertains to knowledge and not necessarily dogmatic ‘Gnostic’ teachings. The word gnostic has its origins in the word ‘knowledge’ or ‘to know’ [a. Gr. γν?σις investigation, knowledge, f. γνω- root of γιγν?σκειν to know.].
    Topics of investigation include: Education and the 7 liberal arts (the trivium and quadrivium), the mystery schools, mythology, theology, psychedelics, mind control, archaeoastronomy, politics, economics, philosophy, physics, consciousness, diet, health, law and natural law, human rights, and much more.
    By bringing together leading academic and independent scholars and providing with them a platform to present their ideas and research in full, we’re able to help facilitate and deepen understanding in these related fields – not only for the listening audience – but for everyone involved.

  • 01:01

    Walter Cruttenden Binary Research Inst. (from July 26, 2012)

    in Science

    (Recast from July 26, 2012)...
    Walter Cruttenden is the director of the Binary Research Institute, an archaeoastronomy think tank in California. He is the author of the book Lost Star of Myth and Time and the award-winning documentary The Great Year, narrated by James Earl Jones. Cruttenden’s work focuses on the astronomy of ancient cultures throughout the world and their shared belief in vast cycles of time with alternating dark and golden ages.   His book, Lost Star of Myth and Time, provides an alternative view of history based on the solar system’s motion through space.
    As part of his cosmological work Walter has authored many articles and other media including Ancient Cosmology: A Map of the Future (Noetic Sciences), the alternative history book Lost Star of Myth and Time, the award winning documentary film, The Great Year (narrated by James Earl Jones) and children’s book, The Great Year Adventures: with Tommy the Time-Traveling Turtle.
     

  • 01:57

    GARY A DAVID STAR SHRINES AND EARTHWORKS

    in Current Events

    GARY A DAVID AUTHOR: STAR SHRINES AND EARTHWORKS OF THE DESERT SOUTHWEST
    Gary A. David has studied the archaeology and archaeoastronomy of the Southwest for over 25 years. He earned a master's degree from the University of Colorado and is a former college professor. He is the author of The Orion Zone, Eye of the Phoenix and The Kivas of Heaven. He is a contributor to Ancient American, Atlantis Rising, Fate, Fenix, Legendary Times, Lost Knowledge of the Ancients, Mindscape, UFO, World Explorer and many other publications. Gary has also appeared on the TV series Ancient Aliens and Brad Meltzer's Decoded.
    Fascinating topics include: Orion's global stargate shrines, Arizona earth chakras, crypto-creatures and star ancestors. Encounter a pre-Columbian counterculture in New Mexico, a prehistoric Mexican city obsessed with macaws, and the lost empire of Aztlán.
    Read compelling evidence of transoceanic migrations to the Southwest in early epochs. Find out why an extensive road system was built by a people who did not use the wheel. Learn the purpose of massive pyramids and canals made by those who once lived on the site of modern-day Phoenix. 
    If you enjoyed this show visit thunderstruckradio.com for more

  • 01:02

    Walter Cruttenden Director of the Binary Research Institute

    in Culture

    Walter Cruttenden is the director of the Binary Research Institute, an archaeoastronomy think tank in California. He is the author of the book Lost Star of Myth and Time and the award-winning documentary The Great Year, narrated by James Earl Jones. Cruttenden’s work focuses on the astronomy of ancient cultures throughout the world and their shared belief in vast cycles of time with alternating dark and golden ages.   His book, Lost Star of Myth and Time, provides an alternative view of history based on the solar system’s motion through space.
    As part of his cosmological work Walter has authored many articles and other media including Ancient Cosmology: A Map of the Future (Noetic Sciences), the alternative history book Lost Star of Myth and Time, the award winning documentary film, The Great Year (narrated by James Earl Jones) and children’s book, The Great Year Adventures: with Tommy the Time-Traveling Turtle.
    In his efforts to explore the subject of solar system motion and its concomitant cyclical effects Walter hosts the regular pod cast series, The Cosmic Influence, and organizes the annual Conference on Precession and Ancient Knowledge (CPAK), which features authors and scientists from around the world discussing the implications of celestial cycles on biology, archaeology, anthropology and related sciences.

  • 00:47

    [g8way8 cast#008]: Mayan Cosmology and 2012

    in Spirituality


    KH marZ will discuss ancient cosmological principles and what they signify for 2012.  A deep look at Mayan archaeoastronomy and the underlying metaphysical principles will lead to practical understanding for personal approaches to aligning oneself to the Cosmos.

  • 01:33

    Dr. Thomas Brophy (Black Genesis)

    in Science

    BLACK GENESIS: THE PREHISTORIC AFRICAN  ORIGINS OF ANCIENT EGYPT

     
    Black Genesis presents proof that an advanced black African civilization inhabited the Sahara long before Pharaonic Egypt 
     
    • Reveals black Africa to be at the genesis of ancient civilization and the human story
     
    • Examines extensive studies into the lost civilization of the “Star People” by renowned anthropologists, archaeologists, genetic scientists, and cultural historians as well as the authors’ archaeoastronomy and hieroglyphics research
    Thomas Brophy has a Ph.D. from the University of Colorado, was a staff research scientist at the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, Boulder, with NASA interplanetary spacecraft projects, and was a National Science Foundation exchange scientist with the University of Tokyo and Japan Space Program.

  • 01:04

    WALTER CRUTTENDEN Interview Ancient Cosmology a Map of #50

    in Paranormal

    Walter Cruttenden, is the director of the Binary Research Institute, an archaeoastronomy think tank in California. Cruttenden’s work focuses on the astronomy of ancient cultures throughout the world and their shared belief in vast cycles of time with alternating dark and golden ages. 1-hour interview scheduled. TOPIC: "Ancient Cosmology" and how it might provide us with a "Map of the Future". We will talk with Walter about the myth and folklore of the cycle, the astronomical observations and evidence that our solar system moves around another star, and how we tell time in the Great Year. Where we are now in the cycle and what we can expect in the near future, how this ties to 2012? Check out Walters’s web site site: http://www.binaryresearchinstitute.org/ Get the Newest Book Here: http://astore.amazon.com/othworrad-20/detail/0976763117   

  • 00:27

    African Cultural Astronomy - part 2

    in Books


    Heru-Ka Anu, host of Chapters, Verse and Volumes - Literary Review Program holds a discussion with Astrophysicist and author Jarita Holbrook about her book entitled: African Cultural Astronomy

    Holbrook states: "The book is the first collection of articles focused on the cultural astronomy of Africans. It weaves together astronomy, anthropology, and Africa. The volume includes African myths and legends about the sky, alignments to celestial bodies found at archaeological sites and at places of worship, rock art with celestial imagery, and scientific thinking revealed in local astronomy traditions including ethnomathematics and the creation of calendars... This collection of lessons and research papers
    provides a foundation for the cultural astronomy researcher interested in doing work in Africa."



  • 01:51

    African Cultural Astronomy

    in Books


    Heru-Ka Anu, host of Chapters, Verse and Volumes - Literary Review Program holds a discussion with Astrophysicist and author Jarita Holbrook about her book entitled: African Cultural Astronomy

    Holbrook states: "The book is the first collection of articles focused on the cultural astronomy of Africans. It weaves together astronomy, anthropology, and Africa. The volume includes African myths and legends about the sky, alignments to celestial bodies found at archaeological sites and at places of worship, rock art with celestial imagery, and scientific thinking revealed in local astronomy traditions including ethnomathematics and the creation of calendars... This collection of lessons and research papers provides a foundation for the cultural astronomy researcher interested in doing work in Africa."


  • 02:01

    Thomas Brophy on GoldRing Interviews

    in Spirituality

    We welcome Thomas Brophy Ph.D. a former staff research scientist at the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, Boulder, with NASA interplanetary spacecraft projects, a National Science Foundation exchange scientist with the University of Tokyo and Japan Space Program. His work focused on the application of first principles of physics to planetary astrophysics problems. Thomas has developed theoretical understandings for data from the outer planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune), especially planetary rings and planetary dynamics as well as being involved in defining science goals for future space mission instrumentation. He devised a test of fundamental theories of planet formation by searching for extrasolar debris, that was reported on by Nature magazine. These Integral studies, together with practice of contemplative/yogic traditions, led to his book The Mechanism Demands a Mysticism, and subsequent publications, and invited presentations onIntegral theory and psychospiritual growth. He is former Dean of the California Institute for Human Science, a graduate school and research center dedicated to integrating the pyschospiritual and scientific worldviews. Recombining Integral philosophy with astrophysical dynamics led to his studies of the astro-archaeology of pre-history and proto-historic Egypt, and investigations into the origin of the Zodiac, and “Zodiac Ages” in early human cultures, and his book The Origin Map. His forthcoming book Black Genesis about the origins of the pharaohs from a mysterious star-ceremonialist African peoples, is co-authored with Robert Bauval. He now teaches Integral philosophy, physics, and archaeoastronomy, and is proprietor of a consulting business. He has published peer reviewed scientific articles in premier journals including Icarus, Mediterranean Journal of Archaeology and Archaeometry, IEEE Journal, Science. Join us for this exciting conversation.

  • 02:00

    The Greatest Story Ever Sold: The Christ Conspiracy

    in Spirituality

    Two Hour Show Special
    Acharya S - D.M. Murdock
    The Greatest Story Ever Sold: The Christ Conspiracy
    In her various books, Acharya describes the New Testament as a work of mythic fiction within a historical setting. She claims that the story of Jesus Christ is a retelling of various pagan myths, representing "astrotheology," or the story of the Sun, and also incorporates the science of archaeoastronomy. She asserts the pagans understood the stories to be myths, but Christians obliterated evidence to the contrary by destroying and controlling literature when they attained control of the Roman Empire, which led to widespread illiteracy in the ancient world, ensuring the mythical nature of Christ's story was hidden.