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  • 00:44

    GEOGRAPHY , HISTORY AND CIVICS...WE MUST DO BETTER !

    in Education

    ABC-CLIO Solutions presents  Social Studies time (my old job) with NCSS' Susan Griffin and Michelle Herczog on the 2014 NAEP  on US History, Geography and Civics. Want to make good citizens...learn the challenges!


     


     

  • 00:51

    Sacred Sites and Places: Connecting to the Divine through Geography

    in Spirituality

    Why do certain places have a higher vibration or an even mystical energy while others do not? In this episode we will talk about these sacred sites and places around the globe.   Many of these places have been honored for thousands of years.  Stonehenge, for example, was built around 3000 BC and remains shrouded in mysteries.   Have you ever visited there?  I invite you to call in and share your thoughts and memories.   Is there a particular place that resonates with you?  I will also be pulling a few oracle cards and doing a mini reading for everyone that calls in.


    February is the month of Enchantment, Romance, and Wonder on Ascension Magic Radio.  All through the month will be shows focused on the magic and mysteries of the universe.  


    About me:  I am an Angel Intuitive, a Certified Angel Card Reader, Massage Therapist, Reiki Practitioner, Healer, Teacher, and Friend.  It is my desire to use my gifts and abilities to bring you blessings and return you to the path of Light.  For more information about what I do, or to receive a professional reading, please visit my website:  www.ascensionmagic.com.   I also invite you to follow the show to keep up with new episodes.


     

  • 01:01

    The Leftovers with Jay and Jack (MP3) Ep. 2.02 “A Matter of Geography”

    in Television

    Welcome to The Leftovers with Jay and Jack, a podcast dedicated to the show The Leftovers on HBO. Jay and Jack discuss the Season 2 episode of The Leftovers, titled “A Matter of Geography.” Join their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/groups/jayandjackgroup. Become a Jay and Jack Patron! Check out their Patreon page for more information at […]

  • 00:14

    5 Characteristics of Highly Successful Independent Sales Teams

    in Marketing

    A growing trend is to build business by paying the sales team on performance.


    Companies who need sales contract with independent sales reps (commission only sales reps) who represent the company's products or services. The independent sales representative is not an employee, but rather an independent contractor. The sales rep may represent multiple companies and products or services, usually within a very well-defined geography and industry.


    Finding great independent sales reps can be tough. There is a much higher demand for great independent sales reps than there is supply. And if not recruited and qualified and managed well, independent sales teams may not be successful at all.

  • 00:18

    Beware: Malware Crossing! Organized Cybercrime Comes to Town

    in Technology

    One of the most dominant trends observed in the cybercrime during 2015 was the spread of organized crime groups to new territories.


    Using banking Trojans to attack banks in new geographies is a significant step because it is considered to be part of the malware’s evolution. Before they can venture into countries they never targeted before, crime groups have to invest in an adequate preparatory stage that includes reconnaissance of the banking systems in that geography. They also have to build or pay for the major components of amassing a botnet in that area: spam campaigns in the corresponding language using suitable social engineering ploys, web injections to match language and transaction authentication requirements, and local money mules they can rely on for moving the stolen money to the hands of the attackers.


    In this podcast we will examine some of the most impactful crossings made by malware in 2015, and unsurprisingly learn that all of them were made by major organized cybercrime groups.

  • 01:11

    Evolve! with Robin White Turtle Lysne

    in Lifestyle

    Evolve!
    Nurturing the New in Consciousness, the Arts, and Culture
    hosted by : Robin White Turtle Lysne, M.A., M.F.A., Ph.D.


    Evolve! brings you people and ideas on the cutting edge of change opening the shells of the past to move our culture into the now.


    We are all in great need of sustainable ideas for change. The arts and evolving consciousness are how we are bringing that change to the culture at large.


    This show will bring you the wise, the foolish and the heart-based to help us meet the challenges of the times we are in.


    My next guest is Adela Najarro, poet and professor. Adela Najarro is the author of two poetry collections: Split Geography and Twice Told Over. She teaches creative writing, literature, and composition at Cabrillo College. For spring 2016, she is teaching a “Poetry for the People” workshop at Cabrillo where students explore personal voice and social justice through poetry and spoken word. More information about Adela can be found at her website: www.adelanajarro.com.

  • 00:22

    The Geography of Cyber Conflict

    in Military

    Ashley Deeks, an associate professor of law with the University of Virginia School of Law, discusses her paper, "The Geography of Cyber Conflict: Through a Glass Darkly," which is part of the U.S. Naval War College's volume of international law studies on the geography of war. 

  • 01:16

    Christos A. Djonis: Atlantis Revealed, New Discoveries, Past, Present and Future

    in News

    In his greatly anticipated book, researcher and author Christos A. Djonis reveals a tangible discovery where, for the first time, all the physical characteristics of a proposed location match Plato's description of Atlantis. The geography is identical, the volcanic geology is there, and the flora and fauna chronologically match the topography.


    "Uchronia?-Atlantis Revealed," does not end with the finding of Atlantis though. With DNA evidence and an array of other clues, it confirms the likelihood that Atlantians discovered North America more than 10,000 years ago. Other ancient civilizations followed later, including the Bronze-Age Minoans, a post-Atlantian culture which regularly mined copper out of the region of the Great Lakes.


    In a compelling way, the book further connects with several more controversial topics and puts forth thoughts and clues that could help explain some of the most contentious mysteries of our time. Is the Human Genome a real miracle or genetics? What is the meaning behind the Nazca Lines? Is there a secret chamber below the Great Sphinx? Is the Old Testament of the Bible a copy of a much older original?


    http://www.atlantisislandrevealed.com/

  • 00:46

    Out the door in 2016; Dump Trump plus Virginia public schools Muslim problem

    in Politics

    No matter how you look at it, Donald Trump will hurt the RNC.  He doesn't have the problem solving techniques, composure or internatinal relations background to measure how the scope of issues can be absolved.


    A central Virginia school district has canceled classes Friday after concerns over the "tone and content" of calls and emails received about a lesson in Arabic calligraphy.


    Augusta County Public Schools, near Staunton in central Virginia, will be closed after the district received "voluminous phone calls and electronic mail locally and from outside the area" about a high school World Geography class lesson, the district announced Thursday evening.




    In a lesson Friday on the Middle East, students were presented with an Islamic statement of faith written in Arabic calligraphy, 




    "The students were presented with the statement to demonstrate the complex artistry of the written language used in the Middle East, and were asked to attempt to copy it in order to give the students an idea of the artistic complexity of the calligraphy," a statement Bond gave the paper said.

  • 01:01

    Author, Artist Kimberly Nichols

    in Self Help

    Kimberly Nichols is a conceptual artist, writer and social anthropologist exploring issues of the individual’s contemporary universal identity through spirituality, myth, psychology, geography, and culture to inform work that expresses myriad perspectives on humanity and our inherent, existential connections. She is the author of the book of literary short stories Mad Anatomy and is currently working on a memoir about the mother wound, family secrets and the damage in silence. Her work can be seen online at www.kimberlynicholsstudio.com and she maintains a fun, informal blog at www.hundredproofbordello.com. She is @LITGFOA on Twitter


     

  • 00:15

    Geography Study Hall III

    in Education

    The third installment of Geography Study Hall will include a review for Exam 2 (Middle and South America).