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W. Tyler Adams Sr. Is the Tech Specialist for Historic Paranormal Research of Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A. He has been in the paranormal field for 4 years, most of which were spent with another group. Tyler, along with 3 other friends / fellow paranormal investigators started HPR in April 2014. Tyler is married and a father of two children; one boy, Tyler Jr. age 6 and one girl Samantha, also age 6. Tyler became interested in the paranormal back in January 2009 when his father passed away. He began researching spirituality and contacting spirits, while his research led him in many different directions, the area that fascinated him the most was paranormal investigating. Tyler has dedicated the last four years to this field and helping families and business with potential paranormal situations.
Lisa Wiggins is a married mother of two. She has been interested in the paranormal going back to childhood. It is the unanswered question of why some get to stay and others pass on that compels her the most. She lives in a house that has some paranormal activity, she works in a building with paranormal activity, just stands to reason she investigates in her off hours. By day she owns and operates a flowers shop.
1) We must know the difference between the provincial historic world, from the biblical fictional province. World history is about people of the past, and a record of literal or in other words, parochial; which defines to be something supported by or located in a parish, restricted to a narrow scope in provincial. Alex Haley saga of Roots, is not about ghost or fictional imagination but about actual things. Now if you believe in the things Alex Haley writes about, you can locate them somehow. The study of history will give you the tools to examine not only the lives of others, but also your own life..... There is history for how human beings were first born, E. g, the place of birth name is Bit Shimti, Africa House where the wind of life is breathed in, a laboratory. 2) The bible in contrast, is based on revelation has no place of birth for people, like real African shows. The bible characters are spirits, never have been located by anyone. The bible makes its claim on its foundational reliance all inscrutable, and the bible compels and forced compliance to accept allegorical and fictional ideas.
Lisa D. Smith, co-host of Big Blend Radio and publisher of Big Radio & TV Magazine, chats with Yanna Kruse and Catherine Reeves about the historic Sanguinetti House Museum & Gardens located within the Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area, in Yuma, Arizona. The Sanguinetti House Museum is in an 1870’s adobe building that was the home of merchant prince E. F. Sanguinetti, a pioneering business man (1867-1945) in Yuma. He was known for his garden oasis where he entertained clients and colleagues. This interview was conducted out in the gardens, amongst chattering birds, roses and vibrant spring blossoms. Besides discussing the fascinating history of E. F. Sanguinetti and Yuma, Arizona, Catherine Reeves chats about the renovation work that has gone into the gardens, and Yanna Kruse talks about the changing museum exhibits, wedding facilities and special events.
This interview originally aired on March 15, 2015, on Big Blend Radio's Champagne Sundays variety show!
Learn what treasures are endangered and why we should save them when Stephanie Meeks of the National Trust for Historic Preservation joins Dan Schlossberg on TRAVEL ITCH RADIO at 8p EST on iTunes and BlogTalkRadio.com.
Today World Footprints will talk travel; specifically international travel and study abroad programs with Yahoo! Travel's Paula Froelich. Our conversation follows an invitation to the White House to participate in a travel summit focused on encouraging more travel, voluntourism and study-abroad opportunities for Americans. Of course, as Yahoo! Travels editori-in-chief, Paula will share some of her recent travels, top destination picks and travel philosophy.
Then, take a stroll through history as we explore San Antonio, Texas. The city of San Antonio is one of the oldest European settlements in Texas and, for decades, its largest city. Thousands of years before the Spanish settlements began the city was populated by various cultures of indigenous people. Today, San Antonio is investing energy in preserving its cultural heritage and ecosystem for future generations to come. We will discover the development initiatives taking place in San Antonio and get an update on the city's possible inclusion on the UNESCO World Heritage list.
Finally, everyone knows Orlando, Florida as the theme park capital of the world. However, we will discover another side of Orlando as we explore the Maitland Arts Center--the city's first National Historic Landmark.
CEREMONY FOR THE SIGNING OF THE FAITH LEADERS' UNIVERSAL DECLARATION AGAINST SLAVERY
ADDRESS OF HIS HOLINESS POPE FRANCIS
Casina Pio IV
Tuesday, 2 December 2014
Ladies and Gentlemen,
I thank all the religious leaders gathered here for their commitment in favour of the survivors of human trafficking, and all those present for their intense participation in this act of brotherhood, especially toward the most suffering of our brothers and sisters. Inspired by our confessions of faith, today we are gathered for an historic initiative and concrete action: to declare that we will work together to eradicate the terrible scourge of modern slavery in all its forms.
The physical, economic, sexual and psychological exploitation of men and women, boys and girls, currently holds tens of millions in inhumane and humiliating bondage. Every human being — man, woman, boy and girl — is the image of God; God, who is love and freedom, gives himself through interpersonal relations; therefore every human being is a free person, destined to live for the good of others in equality and brotherhood. Every person and all people are equal and their freedom and dignity must be recognized. Any discriminating relationship that does not respect the fundamental conviction that the “other is like me myself” constitutes a crime, and very often an abhorrent crime.
That is why we declare in the name of all people and of everyone of our own Creed that modern slavery — in the form of human trafficking, forced labour, prostitution or the trafficking of organs — is a crime “against humanity”.
Milling About visits The Veranda Historic Bed & Breakfast Inn in Senoia, Georgia where tourists and vacationers alike flock to the home of The Walking Dead, now shooting season five. In fact the inn is situated right around the corner from where Woodbury once stood, so owner and innkeepers Rick and Laura Reynolds welcome people from all over the world with their warm southern hospitality, who for no other reason are coming to see the fictitous town. The inn which dates back to 1906 when it was originally The Holbrook Hotel has retained it's original features; Georgian pine floors, ornate ceilings with elegant chandliers, and 11 fireplaces throughout the nine guest bedrooms. There is a wonderful wrap around porch where you can sit back on a rocking chair or a porch swing and take in the sights.
Laura tells Robin some of those sights have included a Norman Reedus (Daryl) sighting flying past the inn, or guests treated to a showdown at 2 AM of walkers vs. Rick and company on the street right in front of the inn. And several cast members have stayed at The Veranda including Laurie Holden (Andrea) and Chandler Riggs (Carl); room three is unofficially named 'The Andrea.' Laura says, 'we've had a great influx of people. And they're so excited when there's a room! It's exciting to see people so happy about a place and they're never disappointed in Senoia. Not only are they seeing Woodbury but they're seeing Senoia and it's a special place.' Make your reservations now at http://verandabandbinn.com/
This week, on the American Passenger Rail Heritage Foundation's The Let's Talk Trains Show, we will be talking about railroad preservation. George Li will be joining us to talk about preserving the Northern Pacific Railroad's Cheney, Wash. depot, with the "Save Our Station - Cheney Depot" project that is getting local and national attention.
Later, we will have Michael Shymanski, President of the Historic Pullman Foundation, join us to tell us about the great honor to have the President of the United States present to establish the Pullman Historic District as part of the National Park System.
Be sure to join us!!!
Saturday, May 22, 2015, Ireland carved out a special place in history. Ireland voters clearly voted YES for marriage equality. Ireland's amended Constitution now provides equal access to all the rights and privileges civil marriage offers.
The BBC reports: "Out of 43 constituencies, only the largely rural Roscommon-South Leitrim had a majority of "no" votes."
In this short podcast, we celebrate Ireland's history making! Before you go, do share your thoughts in the comment box below as well!
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"Another epic blizzard is bearing down on New England. There is a “big part” played by “human-induced climate change,” especially warming-fueled ocean temperatures, according to Dr. Kevin Trenberth, former head of the Climate Analysis Section at the National Center for Atmospheric Research.
I asked Dr. Trenberth to comment on the role climate change has on this latest storm, which is forecast to set records. He explained:
The number 1 cause of this is that it is winter. In winter it is cold over the continent. But it is warm over the oceans and the contrast between the cold continent and the warm Gulf Stream and surrounding waters is increasing. At present sea surface temperatures are more the 2F above normal over huge expanses (1000 miles) off the east coast and water vapor in the atmosphere is about 10% higher as a result. About half of this can be attributed to climate change." http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2015/01/26/3615330/blizzards-climate-scientists/
This morning author Rosana Y. Wan joins Jane to talk about her book The Culinary Lives of John and Abigail Adams and her experience working as a park ranger at the Adams National Historic Site in Quincy, Massachusetts. Rosana will discuss the traditional New England fare that the Adams ate while living in Massachusetts and the international influences that their travels brought to their food as they became revolutionaries, diplomats and the First Family of the U.S.
Born in Hong Kong and raised in various places in the United States, Rosana Yin-Ting Wan attended University of Houston-Downtown in Houston and later graduated with honors from Suffolk University, Boston, with a degree in history. Since relocating to Boston, where she currently lives, she has pursued her passion for studies in the history of the American Revolution.
Find the book here: http://www.schifferbooks.com/the-culinary-lives-of-john-abigail-adams-a-cookbook-5538.html
Adams National Historic Site: http://www.nps.gov/adam/index.htm
Photo of John Adams birthplace: "John Adams birthplace, Quincy, Massachusetts" by Daderot at the English language Wikipedia. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:John_Adams_birthplace,_Quincy,_Massachusetts.JPG#/media/File:John_Adams_birthplace,_Quincy,_Massachusetts.JPG
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