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    Easter Island and The Heads of the Moais

    in Paranormal

    Easter Island and The Heads of the Moais

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    The Mystery Of Babylon, Easter The Consort Of El

    in Christianity

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  • 00:37

    Interop Radio: Secrets of the Interop Conference!

    in Technology

    Interop is a big conference coupled with a big expo floor. In this week's episode we'll be talking with three people who are perfectly positioned to help you get the most from your Interop experience. They'll also help you build a case so your management team will understand just how important your trip to Interop will be for your business and career.


    First, we'll spend some time with Tim Wilson, editor in chief of Dark Reading, the Internet's premier site for hands-on cyber-security professionals. He'll tell us about the security track at this year's Interop Las Vegas and talk for just a bit about the importance of continuing education for preventing security issues like those at Sony, Anthem, and a host of international banks.


    Next, we'll be talking with Susan Nunziata, editor in chief of InformationWeek, about the leadership track. No topic is more important for an IT professional seeking to improve her or his career, and no subject is more important for an organization looking for ways to improve the IT group's functions and processes.


    Finally, Andrew Conry-Murray will slide into the guest's chair and we'll spend a bit of time with the person responsible for the entire Interop conference. Eager to know how to plan your entire conference experience? Drew has vast experience in the best way to look at a conference program and make decisions based on your specific professional needs.


    Interop 2015 will take place from April 27th through May 1st at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV. More information and registration details are available online! In addition, join the Interop mailing list to get the latest news and special deals.

  • 00:44

    Easter, Passover and the Holy Days: What's a Christian to Do?

    in Christianity

                               Some born again believers wonder if they should be celebrating Old Testament Holy Days such as Passover, Feast of Weeks, etc. Most born again believers celebrate Easter thinking they are celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ. A recently posed question to this ministry is Should Christians celebrate Passover, Easter, and other "holy days". Join Brother Jim in this Bible teaching as we get the wisdom of God and find out what God's expectation is for the Church regarding the celebration of such days. Amen.

  • 00:15

    Stop Selling and Start Making Money - Conference Presentation for AICI

    in Business

    Stop Selling and Start Making Money


    Presentation at AICI Global Conference, Sunday August 30th 2015, Washington DC. 0930 - 1130


    When you're doing any sort of image consultation you are selling your time, yet your time is limited and you can only work fact to face with clients so many hours per week. This will cap your income and your potential to grow your business. In this content packed workshop you will learn how to stop selling just your time and start making money by selling your knowledge in different formats, from ebooks and blogging to creating communities using social media. Learn how you can work smarter, not harder, using your image knowledge to boost your income and create a thriving and successful business.


    Imogen Lamport AICI CIP is an author, blogger, speaker and image trainer with her Academy of Professional Image. With over decade as an image consultant she has learned how to take her image knowledge to a global audience

  • 00:45

    Pagan Origins of Christmas and Easter

    in Education

    In the year AD 312, Emperor Constantine had a vision, seeing the cross of Christ superimposed on the sun, with the words, “in hoc signo vinces” = "in this sign you shall conquer."  He attributed a battle victory to this vision, and  he became a strong champion of Christianity.  The next year, he met with Emperor Licinius, the ruler of the eastern provinces, to sign the Edict of Milan giving equal rights to all religious groups within the Roman Empire.  Constantine blended Christian and pagan traditions by combining two pagan rituals (Saturn the god of Agriculture and Mithras the Persian god of light).  Constantine merged many of the traditions from these festivals with the Nativity story in the Bible and Christmas was born. From its beginning, Christmas was a holiday (or holy day), gifts were exchanged, families and friends gathered to feast, and a birth was celebrated; just like in the Roman and Persian festivities.  The first mention of December 25 as the date of Jesus' birth is found in an early Roman calendar from A.D. 336.


    Easter is is Chaldean (Babylonian) in origin - the name Astarte, one of the titles of Beltis, the queen of heaven. Astarte is the Greek name of the Mesopotamian goddess Ishtar. The worship of Bel and Astarte was introduced very early into Britain, along with the Druids, "the priests of the groves," the high places where the pagans worshipped the idols of Baal.
    The Easter Bunny, the oldest pagan symbol of fertility - Semiramis - has absolutely NOTHING to do with the resurrection of Christ, nor does the Sunrise service. Jesus was resurrected while it was still DARK.   John 20:1 (KJV)  The first day of the week cometh Mary Magdalene early, when it was yet dark, unto the sepulchre, and seeth the stone taken away from the sepulchre.

  • 01:11

    The Rush - UTEP and Conference USA Sports Talk Presented by SB Nation

    in Sports

    The Rush is a podcast brought to you by SB Nation and MinerRush.com, talking all things UTEP and Conference USA sports. In this episode we'll discuss the current state of UTEP and C-USA basketball, including the conference's NCAA and NIT tournaments outlooks and bubble watch. This week, the Miners will take on Louisiana Tech and Southern Miss, with the game against La Tech possible determing the league's regular season champion, and the conference tournament's #1 seed. 

  • 00:32

    Women of Wisdom Conference 2015

    in Spirituality

    Join me as I interview Kris Steinnes the founder of Women of Women Wisdom, a now 23 year long running conference in Seattle, WA. I will be there too, in the Temple reading tarot!


    The 23rd Annual WOW Conference is a time for reflection, rejoicing, renewal and connecting with other fabulous women. Each attendee is invited to share stories, make new friends and replenish their spirit – change your life! This four day conference features over forty different events including inspirational evenings and intimate, experiential workshops.


    Gift yourself with this life changing event and be revitalized by the connections you will make. You will leave feeling ready to take on just about anything. While you’re there, take the time to explore the conference itself. With a community meeting space, healing temple, and plenty of artists and vendors, the 2015 Women of Wisdom conference is not to be missed. Women of Wisdom is an incredible weekend-long event that will awaken your soul and invigorate your passions.


    All events are all individually priced, so you can create your unique conference to fit you timing, needs and finances. Evenings are open to men and there are special prices for teens, students and seniors. Volunteer and scholarship opportunities are available as well.


    http://womenofwisdom.org/2015-conference/


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    NBA: Trade Deadline, Eastern Conference post-All-Star break preview

    in Basketball

    All-Star weekend has concluded in the NBA, and roughly 30 games remain for each team. In the Eastern Conference, the Atlanta Hawks appear to be the dominant team. Around the NBA, many consider the Hawks to be the San Antonio Spurs of the East. Should they be this highly regarded considering they are 6.5 games ahead of 2nd place Toronto but haven't done anything in the postseason recently?


    After the top-six teams, the level of play appears to drop off significantly. Outside of those six teams (Atlanta, Toronto, Chicago, Washington, Cleveland and Milwaukee), should teams consider tanking? Can any of the teams outside of Atlanta make a serious push at whichever team comes out of the Western Conference?
     

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