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  • 01:00

    Monster X Radio with Anthropologist Cindy Caddell

    in Science

    Join Monster X Radio hosts Gunnar Monson and Shane Corson Sunday December 14th at 4 p.m. Pacific as we talk with Bigfoot researcher and anthropologist Cindy Caddell. Cindy is currently assisting Les Stroud with his upcoming Survivorman Bigfoot episodes. Cindy is a BFRO investigator and has interveiwed several witnesses in that capacity. She is also a founding member of The Tillamook Forest Research Group as well as a member of The Olympic Project. We'll get her perspective on the Sasquatch phenomenon.

  • 02:01

    Our Synthetic Genesis w/ Kira Lessin and Anthropologist Sasha Lessin, Ph.D

    in Religion

    Prercorded...


    Guests are Anthropologist Sasha Lessin, Ph.D and partner Janet Kira Lessin.


    "WE’LL FIND NO MISSING LINKS HERE SINCE WE DIDN’T EVOLVE FROM TERRAN PRIMATES."


    "In anthropology in the ‘60s, my teachers attributed all human development to gradual evolution. A Miocene or Pliocene anthropoid ape that evolved from simpler primates slowly, in turn, evolved over millions of years into us  [Clark, D., W., 1959, History of the Primates:178].  We multiplied as we planted food, created cities and developed ever-more effective technologies. Yet, in terms of biological evolution, we lacked linking intermediate skeletons of primates from which the teachers thought we evolved and modern findings indicate several contemporaneous advanced hominids co-existed with Homo Erectus, and may have been the product of human settlement on Earth long before Enki and crew colonized Earth, some 400,000 years ago."


    The theory of panspermia, that Earth was “seeded from elsewhere,” was put forth in cuneiform clay tablets millennia ago."


    “300,000 years ago, “the Anunnaki [from the planet Nibiru] jumped the gun on [Earth's] evolution and, using genetic engineering, upgraded a hominid, Homo Erectus–to an intelligent, tool-handling Homo sapiens) to be their serf. "

  • 02:00

    Our Synthetic Genesis w/ Kira Lessin and Anthropologist Sasha Lessin, Ph.D

    in Religion

    Prercorded...


    Guests are Anthropologist Sasha Lessin, Ph.D and partner Janet Kira Lessin.


    "WE’LL FIND NO MISSING LINKS HERE SINCE WE DIDN’T EVOLVE FROM TERRAN PRIMATES."


    "In anthropology in the ‘60s, my teachers attributed all human development to gradual evolution. A Miocene or Pliocene anthropoid ape that evolved from simpler primates slowly, in turn, evolved over millions of years into us  [Clark, D., W., 1959, History of the Primates:178].  We multiplied as we planted food, created cities and developed ever-more effective technologies. Yet, in terms of biological evolution, we lacked linking intermediate skeletons of primates from which the teachers thought we evolved and modern findings indicate several contemporaneous advanced hominids co-existed with Homo Erectus, and may have been the product of human settlement on Earth long before Enki and crew colonized Earth, some 400,000 years ago."


    The theory of panspermia, that Earth was “seeded from elsewhere,” was put forth in cuneiform clay tablets millennia ago."


    “300,000 years ago, “the Anunnaki [from the planet Nibiru] jumped the gun on [Earth's] evolution and, using genetic engineering, upgraded a hominid, Homo Erectus–to an intelligent, tool-handling Homo sapiens) to be their serf. "

  • 01:25

    Kelly Hills & Medical Anthropologist Adia Benton

    in Science

    Adia Benton and Kelly Hills talk about Benton's new book and the spread of and response to Ebola. HIV Exceptionalism: Development through Disease in Sierra Leone an ethnographic account of how HIV exceptionalism -- the idea that HIV/AIDS is an exceptional disease requiring an exceptional response  -- shapes local institutions, cultural and political idioms of development and the lived experiences of HIV-positive individuals. Follow @rocza @ethnography911

  • 00:57

    Show #36- Activate Wealth & Get Your Play On!!!

    in Motivation

    1st Guest: Elizabeth McCullough, Anthropologist, Seer and Ancient Templates of Wisdom Master.


    www.ancienttemplatesofwisdom.com.


    Elizabeth is an anthropologist, scientist, medical intuitive and seer. As an intuitive, clairvoyant, clairaudient, and clairsentient perceiver, she is able to see the spiritual world in the tradition of the ancient seers. Elizabeth offers one-on-one hour long sessions where individuals receive loving care regarding any topic they would like to address. Elizabeth is a skilled medical intuitive and uses Source as her guide. Sessions are often geared towards helping individuals find their life's purpose and helping them use the best Templates for their highest good. 


    2nd Guest: SARAH-JANE DIAMOND


    WWW.SARAHJANEDIAMOND.COM


    Sarah-Jane is a multi sensory and forensic, medical intuitive, life design strategist and wealth activator who uses her diverse skills including animal archetype profiling, to assist women entrepreneurs and a few great men, to fully step in to their unique talents and capacities to serve their dream clients and finally create financial freedom so they can give back more to the world. Her desire is to work toward a common goal.


    3rd Guest: Katie Kozlowski, "Queen Of Play." 


    wwww.playwithkatiek.com; katiekozlowski.com (coming soon).


    Katie Kozlowski has been dubbed the "Queen of Play”, and is a divine channel, spiritual guide and energy healer. Katie makes learning all the heavy stuff fun while creating lasting change and deep healing magic. 


     

  • 00:21

    Anthropologist + historian JUNG SIN-JI

    in Travel

    In this episode, Jung discusses her oral history project recording the stories of the grandmothers of Jeju. From an essay on aamora.com:

    "For the last couple of years, I've taken photos and written essays of sweet grannies in my island home, Jeju-do, South Korea. Here, we call grannies 'Halmang' in Jeju dialect.

    Most of them live alone in peaceful rural villages, set against the mountains and the ocean. Their kids left their old towns and ran away to the city. Their husbands have long passed away. Sadly, many grannies lost their beloved ones to the tragic Jeju 4:3 massacre (1948) and the Korean War (1950-1953).

    In a Halmang's universe, time passes slower and smoother. Without speaking too many words, their stories spread like endless tree-rings; the stories as someone's lovely daughter, as some guy's beautiful woman, as some kid's strong mother, and also as everyone's sweet grandma."

    She can be heard every Wednesday on Jeju's CBS 93.3 FM, and her oral history essays can be found at jejusori.net.

    This interview was recorded in late November at the Seomun Market Global Festival in Jeju City.

    Special thanks to local musician Ruth Minnikin for her performance at the festival.

  • 00:40

    Danielle Watson: Creator Of The Purse Process

    in Business

    Danielle Watson is a global provocateur, professional muse, choose your own adventurer, and the creator of The Purse Process®.

    As an anthropologist who doesn’t like digging in the dirt, she’s an expert at demonstrating how to unite conflicting circumstances to create something uniquely your own.

    Danielle’s knack for distilling heaps of data into life-changing insights, along with her affinity for purses, dresses, red lipstick, and all things girly, have made this unlikely anthropologist a pint-sized inspiration to women everywhere.



    Danielle’s Purse Process® is an evolutionary process that helps the smart highly-capable woman ditch the emotional baggage that has her spinning her wheels and deftly skirt the mental obstacles that have kept her boxed in so she can create fulfilling work, relationships, and a lifestyle way outside the ordinary.


    Website: www.purseprocess.com


    Twitter: @PurseProcess


    Instagram: @PurseProcess

  • 00:56

    A Tribute to Sheila Kitzinger

    in Women

    Sheila Kitzinger passed away this week, leaving a legacy in world of advocating for Women's Rights in birth on par with the likes of Mother Theresa and Nelson Mandela. 


    She has been dubbed the Pioneer of Homebirth, Renowned Childbirth expert and Childbirth Revolutionary.  My favrouties are the High Priestess of Chidlbirth (The Guardian) and Doyenne of Natural Childbirth (Jane Hardwicke Collings, Midwife).


    I had the honour of meeting and working with Sheila. She is a true inspiration.


     


    Her legacy includes the psychosexual experience of Birth, the Birth Plan (namely moving about in labour, saying no to episiotomies and women centred care), advocating for water births, stopping women in gaol giving birth in handcuffs and the experience of Rape and Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome by women who are coerced into medical procedures in labour and birth.


     

  • 01:01

    The SEARCHER's ROAD MAP with Guest Pati Turner

    in Spirituality

    Patricia J. Turner (Pati) is a Biological Anthropologist who spent 12 years working as a Marine Scientist.  During that time she began studying anthropology and became deeply committed to conserving the wisdom of our indigenous brothers and sisters who still live sustainably on Mother Earth.   In 2004 she Founded a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization: Tierra Sagrada, The Sacred Earth Foundation dedicated to the conservation of indigenous cultures, their territories and their wisdom.


     


    During the last 15 years, The Sacred Earth Foundation has hosted indigenous Shamans, Elders and Medicine Women from Greenland to Peru to share their wisdom within our communities.  Profound healing both physical and spiritual has been witnessed during these workshops and private healing ventures.  The Sacred Earth Foundation also offers opportunities for Sacred Sweat Lodges, programs of initiations, ancient traditional weddings and, in May, they will offer the ceremony of The Long Dance in the traditon of Beautiful Painted Arrow, a Picurus Pueblo/ Ute Native American who is a visionary of highest esteem.


     


    During her journey on this path, Pati has found immense joy in the guidance she has received.  She has seen many young adults, who carried great fear over the condition of Mother Earth, find a new way of walking on her skin with great hope for the future.  In a culture that is so plagued with depression, she has witnessed the healing joy that accompanies the ancient ceremonies and beliefs of our great teachers who live in harmony with Mother Earth.


     


     


     


     


     


    Patricia J. Turner, CFO
    Tierra Sagrada, The Sacred Earth Foundation
    www.sacredearthfound.org
    Phone: (719) 629-8055


     


     

  • 01:31

    Scott Alan Roberts & John Ward: The Exodus Reality

    in News

    In this groundbreaking work, the authors reexamine humanity’s most enduring account of bondage, emancipation, and freedom. The Great Exodus is the story of how one man, empowered by divine epiphany, brought the mighty ancient kingdom of Egypt to its knees. For thousands of years, this story has bolstered the faithful of three major religions, though little historical data confirms it. So the question must be asked: Did it ever really happen?

    Roberts, a historian and theologian, and Ward, an archaeologist, Egyptologist, and anthropologist, dig deeply into historical records to answer the most vexing questions:


    Is there any historical evidence for the biblical account of the Great Exodus?



    Was Moses a real person?
    Where is the Biblical Mount Sinai?
    What is the Ark of the Covenant, and where did it come from?
    Why did Moses write about the Serpent and the Nephilim?
    Is there a Templar and Masonic connection to the events and personages in the story?

    Did the Exodus take place under Amenhotep II or Amenhotep III, two pharaohs of the same royal house separated by two generations and 80-odd years? Or were Thutmoses III, Hatshepsut, and Amenhotep Son of Hapu at the core of the action? The authors present two opposing, yet strangely interlaced historical accounts for the Exodus, naming the historical pharaohs and surprising candidates for the historical Moses. While Roberts presents an account that finds its moorings in the efficacy of scriptural historicity, Ward presents a new and completely unique theory for the Exodus and its cast of characters.


    Scott Alan Roberts is an accomplished historian, theologian, and writer. Throughout the years, John Richard Ward has conducted numerous investigations of ancient Egyptian architecture and symbolism, and has explored the trade routes of the Western Sarahan Desert. 

  • 00:31

    Dementia ... Loss and Caring !

    in Self Help

    Hi , This is such a big area though on Monday we will be lightly touching, and exploring   these subjects .


    My special guests I will be chatting with are Amanda Holland and Andrea Holland. I am so looking forward to discussing these topics .


    Andrea is a Speech Pathologist who has worked with the elderly for over 20 yrs . She has been  intimately involved in her mothers care, who was diagnosed with Alzheimers 4 yrs ago . Amanda is a Social Anthropologist , writer and advocate for change in our cultural approach for Health, education and caring .


    Any questions beforehand please feel free to email me on swmulder@bigpond.net.au . Look forward to talking to you all soon .


    Ease and gratitude


    Wendy Mulder


    www.kindnesswithgrief.com 


    www.wendymulder.accessconsciousness.com