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UNRAVELING THE MATRIX ... Order out of chaos... anatomy of a psychological operation ... Join Austin Thomas as the topic of discussion will be the design and anatomy of psyops ...Sat 1/30/2016 6pm pst / 9pm est OPEN LINES 347-855-8301 exclusively on Truth Emerges Radio ...
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Roy discussed teaching America to deal with psychological warfare.
Roy read from his 1965 pamphlet, "The Bible vs. The Little Voice".
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HermanSJr returns to T2Q to discuss his wheelhouse, psychological strategy! What is it exactly? Well, the long definition is here, but the short definition is essentially the power of influence. We will discuss that and how you can use it for marketing purposes or to find out when it's being used against you. I'll ask him a few of the following questions:
What are some of the psychological strategies used by businesses?
How do you learn psychological strategy and how to apply it?
How can it help your entrepreneurship?
These things and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show! "No experts (except for HermanSJr). Just opinions."
Show No. 454
Interview scheduled for 45-60 mins.
Show scheduled for 90-120 mins.
MISUSE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE IN CUSTODY LITIGATION
Do you know that the Leadership Council estimates nearly 60,000 kids a year are forced by the courts to be with an unsafe parent? One article in Family and Intimate Partner Violence Quarterly (spring 2013) reported 175 documented cases of kids killed by their fathers after the court disregarded their mothers’ concerns about safety for children – and that was in just a two year period! So what’s up with the courts? How can this happen?
One reason is that the courts are using junk science and a skewed idea of “fairness” in determining child custody. One researcher found that courts often misuse psychological science in custody litigation. And instead of recognizing what can be dangerous to children, family courts see themselves as fair and balanced and those concerned with abuse as ideologues with an ax to grind. The losers? As usual, it’s the children.
Joan Meier, attorney and Professor of Clinical Law AT George Washington University is a nationally recognized expert on domestic violence and the law, appellate litigation and clinical law education. She founded several interdisciplinary domestic violence clinical programs, which have been recognized by the US Department of Justice as models for such organizations. She trains attorneys, judges and other court professionals and was awarded the Cahn Award from the National Equal Justice Library.
Join us as we explore her research and the startling findings about how courts can disregard danger for children and use junk science in determining child custody, often times to the detriment and danger of the children involved.
Psychological effects of religion part #3 On this topic we're going to be dealing with Scripture and imagery. WE will be speaking on too area's of religion coming from Christianity and Islam. We also so will be touching on the provision of the Hindu religion seeing that this is the only religion that we created that is still intact today. We will be addressing the state that religion has brought us to today. We will deal with the effects of the mind the body the soul and how religion has impact us on how we think. Under religion are we really thinking? What is our own thought process can we hear our own self pass religion? What roles does religion control our money how we eat etcetera. Is religion a culture or is there more to what we truly believe?? In becoming awakened is it easier to see the trap set in the religious paradigms or are we looking or making it more than what it should be? These are just a few areas that we will be dealing with on this week. We look forward to seeing you all with us on the topic. Hotep family Ase' your Sis Star Queen Sireous Auset Chekemt and Bro. Khaos Trismegistus (Black)!
Title: Psychological effects of religion part #2 On this topic we're going to be dealing with Scripture and imagery. WE will be speaking on too area's of religion coming from Christianity and Islam. We also so will be touching on the provision of the Hindu religion seeing that this is the only religion that we created that is still intact today. We will be addressing the state that religion has brought us to today. We will deal with the effects of the mind the body the soul and how religion has impact us on how we think. Under religion are we really thinking? What is our own thought process can we hear our own self pass religion? What roles does religion control our money how we eat etcetera. Is religion a culture or is there more to what we truly believe?? In becoming awakened is it easier to see the trap set in the religious paradigms or are we looking or making it more than what it should be? These are just a few areas that we will be dealing with on this week. We look forward to seeing you all with us on the topic. Hotep family Ase' your Sis Star Queen Sireous Auset Chekemt and Bro. Khaos Trismegistus (Black)!
Discussing the creativity of psychological androgynous individuals, as well as individuals generally rebelling against societal gender role expectations. /
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"Originality is the essence of true scholarship. Creativity is the soul of the true scholar." /
Nnamdi Azikiwe ../
"The burden of originality is one that most people don't want to accept. They'd rather sit in front of the TV and let that tell them what they're supposed to like, what they
On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will discuss the psychological fear Black people have of speaking candidly about Europeans and their atrocities in public. There are many code words that are used to absolve Europeans of direct blame for most of the world's problems. We will also discuss the "coming out" phenomenon that seems to be the latest craze in the Hollywood/entertainment business. Also, we will discuss Taraji P. Henson cooning at the Golden Globes while director of "Creed", Ryan Coogler and actor Michael B. Jordan got their "wake up call". Why is "gun reform" hypocrisy? We will discuss these topics and more. Join us.
Join us tonight as we discuss the Psychological operation presently going on in Baltimore, Md and throughout the united states of America.We will discuss Jade Helm 15,Rex 84 the king Alfred plan, martial law,operation Garden Plot, DOD1033 and Global population control. NMEmndz Radio with your host Professor Griff and ZaZa Ali Tuesday night at 8pm est/5pm pst on www.blogtalkradio.com/mindzmatter, call in number 347.633.9644. peace
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TONIGHT WE WILL DISCUSS THE PSYCHOLOGICAL IMAPAIRMENT CALLED CHRISTMAS. WE FEATURE A LECTURE BY DR. RAY HAGINS CALLED "WHY THE GAVE US CHRISTMAS". THIS WILL BE PROBABLY ONE OF OUR MOST POWERFUL & INFORMATIVE BROADCAST, IN WHICH WE WILL LOOK AT THE REASON BEHIND OUR NEED TO CELEBRATE EUROPEAN PAGAN RITUALS CALLED 'HOLIDAYS', ESPECIALLY 'CHRISTMAS'.
Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes filmmakers Johnny De La Torre & Rita Okaro to the Show to discus their new psychological thriller Film, the Bird.
The Bird follows the story of a girl dealing with her relationships and coming of age only to find her development interrupted by the curse of an enchanted necklace. Her journey through her life becomes a struggle against a descent into madness as she comes to understand and redeem herself from the strange enchantments that have taken hold of her mind, her psyche, and ultimately her reality.
They used to say men don't make passes at girls who wear glasses, but that was a long time ago before we became enlightened and all gender neutral. Or..was it?
According to a recent study, men are less attracted to women who are smarter than they are, at least when the women are psychologically close by. They apparently feel differently about women who are more out of reach.
So what does this mean for relationships today? And what does that say about our culture, our society, and our progress in interpersonal relationships?
Lora Park, associate professor of psychology and coauthor of the study, has made it her business to study how such personal aspects of individuals can shape their lives. She has researched self-worth, how power is experienced and perceived in others, and in one study funded by the National Science Foundation, she looks at how romantic goals affect women's interest in science, technology, engineering and math. Join us as we discuss her latest research and what it means for us.
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