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In the first episode of the JC2701 Radio, students Johnathan, Pamela and Marissa, discuss how language attitudes took shape in Jamaica and the kinds of ways these attitudes are expressed. The panelists also compare and contrast the attitudes towards one aspect of the culture in another society.
The Language of the Angels
Not much is handed down about the pre-christian, antique and prehistorical forms of magic that could enlighten us how the actual practice in those times would have looked like. The earliest resources on magic were found in the Near East, within the sumeric and babylonic cuneiform writings and the hieroglyphic texts of the middle-egyptian period.
The term "magician" was derived from the persian term naming a tribe that was being persecuted and wiped out by the Persians. The knowledge of the Magi was preserved by the persian scholars. Antique forms of practical magic are preserved in some tractates and amuletts. In traditional ceremonial magic it is a myth that the king Solomon of the hebrews was one of the greatest magicians of his time. Many texts and magical tractates are being ascribed to his authorship. Today it is quite certain that Solomon is not the actual author of these grimoires. The mythological ascribtion however gives valuable hints that the solomonic angel-magic has indeed quite ancient roots.
The enochian calls were written in a strange idiom. Some linguists attempted to proof that this language is an artificial construct by John Dee or Edward Kelley. They failed and so the mystery of the enochian language still remains unresolved. It is much more possible that it is a real language of unknown origin and age.
If you're into biblical research, study and mapping out historic events. Then you must have come across the patriarch Enoch in Genesis. Enoch is the direct descendant from Adam, through Seth's genealogy and great grandfather to Noah, the savior of humanity after the floods. A notetable collection of Enoch's writings were later put together in what we now know as the book of Enoch. Under which they consist of 5 books. The Book of Enoch is not part of the Biblical cannon.
Body Language Secrets and How to Get More of What You Want.
How to strategically use your body language to persuade & influence.
Increase your chances when asking someone to dance.
How to talk your way out of consequence, ie: a speeding ticket.
Develop the skills to respond quickly to hidden cues in any critical situation.
The different types of handshakes.
How to make yourself magnetic and get others comfortable around you.
Learn how to establish rapport.
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Join Sara Bingham, WeeHands Founder and author of The Baby Signing Book, each week as she shares parenting tips, language development strategies, and the joys of connecting with your baby, toddler and/or preschool child.
This week, Sara will chat with Elise Duryea, a speech language pathologist, about teaching parents how they can enhance their child's development in the home with basic toys and activities and play.
Learn more about how WeeHands and signing with your baby at www.weehands.com or share with us on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/weehands.
June is Aphasia Awareness Month
Aphasia is an acquired communication disorder that impairs the ability to speak and understand others, and often includes difficulty reading and writing, but does not affect intelligence. According to the National Aphasia Association, aphasia affects about one million Americans, both young and old, and is more common than Parkinson's disease, cerebral palsy or muscular dystrophy, yet, most people have never heard of it. Improvement in language is a slow process that usually involves both helping the individual and family understand the nature of aphasia.
Research advances are helping us to understand the role of neuroplasticity , the ability of the brain to reorganize itself by forming new neural connections throughout life, and are leading to improved medical and therapeutic treatments.
Please join my guests: Ellayne S. Ganzfried, M.S., CCC-SLP, a speech-language pathologist and the Executive Director of the National Aphasia Association, and Swathi Kiran, PhD,CCC-SLP, a professor at Sargent College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at Boston University, Research Director at the Aphasia resource Center, and a World-Renowned Expert in Rehabilitation After Stroke.
The National Aphasia Association (NAA) is a nonprofit organization that promotes public education, research, rehabilitation and support services to assist people with aphasia and their families.
.Sheikh Ali Suleiman Ali’s Endorsing Comments Regarding:
The Language of Revelation: Classical Arabic Language Instruction and Exercises with Qur’aan Commentary For Beginners & Non-Beginner’s By Siddeeq Jihad.
I have read this detailed, scholarly work of our brother, Siddeeq Jihad.The book is basically written and structured to help anyone who is interested in learning Classical Arabic. The book is highly instructive and well organized.
No doubt, the author Siddeeq Jihad has a great love for Lughatut-tanzeel, the language of revelation. He has dedicated many years studying and teaching Qur’aanic Arabic.
Allah has enabled him to share the knowledge He has blessed him with. Siddeeq has had a long jihad (exertion of diligent effort/time) in learning Qur’aanic Arabic.
The book is extremely useful! It is an excellent guide for beginners and non-beginners and whoever is interested in learning Lughatut-Tanzeel: The Language of Revelation. This work equips and empowers its readers with a strong foundation to understand Qur’aanic Arabic. It can indeed lead students, male and female toward Arabic proficiency. I strongly recommend the book for brothers and sisters who are interested in learning Qur’aanic Arabic as well as Modern Standard Arabic.
Sheikh Ali S. Ali, Director of the Canton Masjid in Michigan
Language and reading skills begin a lot sooner than most people realize.
There are “pre-reading” or “pre-literacy” behaviors children must master in order to be able to read and write.
In this "Brains in Toy Land" segment Dr. T reviews the webpages from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) on Emergent Literacy.
Dr. T also reviews and an article in ParentGuide News by Dr. Elizabeth McCrea, President of ASHA.
Dr. McCrea talks about early language skills that lead to success in reading, academics, and more. Included are skills to look for and activities to do at home to help your little one thrive.
We have the links to the sources below.
Enjoy. The Kids A to Z Team
Dr. Salo Stanley, DC is a chiropractor of 27 years. She does paranormal research withtrans-communication radio devices to contact the Spirit World and provides channeled information to various groups in the United States. She has been featured in two movies, and is also cited in several books: "The Earthbound Trilogy," "Finding Vern," "Light Language Emerging" and "Speaking to the Dead with Radios II." Dr. Stanley has had her own cable TV show with Barb Heintzelman called "BS in Fresno," has been featured on many radio programs and lectures on consciousness, positive thought and spirituality.
After a crystal therapy treatment Dr. Stanley experienced a spiritual awakening that opened her up to new talents for sound, music and intuitive qualities. That experience gave her a different perspective of this Earth experience through new eyes. She assists others and encourages self-empowerment, courage, fun and connection with your Higher Self. Tonight Dr. Stanley will be talking with us about the Language of Light.
Healing Light, hosted by Teri Van Horn, is a place where we discuss and explore the many facets of spirituality.
Teri is a powerful intuitive and empath who provides Distant Healing sessions, intuitive readings, who has a tremendous connection working with animals. In private sessions, she helps you define and live your ultimate life. Teri is also a Certified Angel Realm Reader and a Certified Angel Reader – both certifications by Doreen Virtue.
Healing Light is proudly sponsored by Hay House! You can follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/HealingLightOnline and on Twitter at https://twitter.com/ReikiMasterTeri.
EMS has a language of it's own. Have you ever tried talking to someone outside of EMS about a call you had, the way you do things at work or even explaining how a protocol works? They usually get confused, don't understand or it's just too much and they don't care.
They may even think you are cold or uncaring based on a story you may tell or frustration you described from a call.
This week we talk about this language and why we do it, how it helps us cope and if we should even bring outsiders into our little inside stories.
We also plan on talking about how easy it is to treat from the sidelines and specifcally a recent EMS/Police issue from NYC that was video taped and is being judged from the sidelines of FaceBook and other social media outlets.
Join Jim, Josh and Dave as they discuss the above and welcome any guest callers and chat room participants live.