• 01:02

    Linda Bender, DVM - "Animal Wisdom"

    in Spirituality

    This month, Suzane welcomes special guest, Linda Bender, DVM.


    A passionate, animal advocate and educator, Dr. Linda Bender's love of the natural world began in her childhood backyard. From orphaned deer to blue jays prematurely bumped from their nests, animals in distress somehow found a way to her loving arms. Her innate rapport with animals inspired her to earn a doctorate in veterinary medicine.


    During the fourteen years she spent living in England, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, Linda’s veterinary work included the rescue, rehabilitation, and protection of wildlife, often in remote areas. Working with zoos in Southeast Asia, she treated animals rescued from the wildlife trafficking trade and helped reintroduce them back into their natural habitats. Among those given a second chance at life were clouded leopards, tigers, orangutans, and numerous species of rare psittacine and passerine birds.  Working in the field with rarely encountered wildlife, she helped to develop treatment protocols.


    For over twenty-five years, Linda has practiced meditation and studied many of the world’s wisdom traditions, including shamanism. Learning the traditions and ancient wisdom of indigenous people enriched her understanding of the sacred connection between humans, animals, and nature. These experiences helped shape her environmental consciousness and deepened her commitment to spirituality, conservation and animal advocacy.


    A dedicated animal advocate and pro-active, grass-roots champion of animals both domestic and wild, Linda recently completed her first book, Animal Wisdom: Learning from the Spiritual Lives of Animals released in June of 2014. Her new book illuminates the undeniable ability for animals to restore our ecological, emotional and spiritual balance. Linda currently lectures and facilitates Animal Wisdom workshops worldwide.

  • 02:01

    World Call In

    in Energy

    Dennis, Jeff and Susan discuss the probability that there is Life, beyond Earth, in the Universe.


    How smart were we 2,000 years ago? Or 4,000 years Before Christ (B.C.)? Yes, we’ve come a LONG way in just the last 200 years, when we were just riding horses, to today, when we have cars, airplanes, and spaceships.


    Now, just think how long our universe existed. It started, with the Big Bang, about 14 billion years ago. Now compare that number to how young human beings are on our planet, the Earth.


    Astronomer Bob Berman confirmed that our Milky Way Galaxy contains 400 billion stars, including our own star, the Sun. NASA is now able to detect the other planets, like this planet Earth, revolving around those other stars.


    Furthermore, our Milky Way Galaxy is one of a hundred billion galaxies.


    Where does the TRUTH lie ? The laws of probability suggest there is Life, beyond Earth, in the Universe. 
    Just imagine a planet way out there with creatures living there MUCH longer than we've controlled this planet.  Instead of 6,000 years evolving on our planet, imagine residents of older planets over the last 14 billion years.  They could have gone WAY beyond planes & spaceships like ours.  They could have even visited our planet thousands of years ago.  Imagine if they were hoping to move to a better planet had they hurt their own planet with problems like climate change or global warming.


    They could have landed on our planet thousands of years ago hoping to relocate here but our atmosphere may have been much different than their's.  If we didn't have the right amount of nitrogen, helium, or oxygen for them, they couldn't take off their spacesuits and breath our air.  Of course, before they went back up into space, they could have been Godly enough to bring our planet beyond homo erectis (apes, chimpanzees, orangutans, etc.) to homo sapians (we the people).

  • 00:43

    TheAngieBowieBarnettShowTalkRadio#10AlanKnightCEO of InternationalAnimalRescue

    in Entertainment

    The10thAngieBowieBarnettBlogTalkRadioShow#10 with Alan Knight OBE of the International Animal Rescue is our guest today. Rick Hunt artist in residence is our co-host. Times for our half hour radio show are 12.00-12.30 pm EST USA today. We will dicuss the work of the International Animal Rescue folks who have helped the release of the dancing bears from enslavement, The recent horror of the young orangutans being sold in russia as pets and Alan Knight's ongoing interest in Marine life. IAR is also involved in a sanctuary for slow loris and will also be discussed. Alan Knight astounded his careers teacher  at the comprehensive school he attended, that he wanted to work with butterflies. Young Alan was told he would need a degree in biology to do that. So he got his degree and the rest is his story! We can help with funds or volunteering! We can contribute and sleep better at night knowing we helped some fellow travellers on this space ship earth.
     

  • 02:01

    World Call In

    in Energy

    Dennis, Jeff and Susan discuss the probability that there is Life, beyond Earth, in the Universe.


    How smart were we 2,000 years ago? Or 4,000 years Before Christ (B.C.)? Yes, we’ve come a LONG way in just the last 200 years, when we were just riding horses, to today, when we have cars, airplanes, and spaceships.


    Now, just think how long our universe existed. It started, with the Big Bang, about 14 billion years ago. Now compare that number to how young human beings are on our planet, the Earth.


    Astronomer Bob Berman confirmed that our Milky Way Galaxy contains 400 billion stars, including our own star, the Sun. NASA is now able to detect the other planets, like this planet Earth, revolving around those other stars.


    Furthermore, our Milky Way Galaxy is one of a hundred billion galaxies.


    Where does the TRUTH lie ? The laws of probability suggest there is Life, beyond Earth, in the Universe. 
    Just imagine a planet way out there with creatures living there MUCH longer than we've controlled this planet.  Instead of 6,000 years evolving on our planet, imagine residents of older planets over the last 14 billion years.  They could have gone WAY beyond planes & spaceships like ours.  They could have even visited our planet thousands of years ago.  Imagine if they were hoping to move to a better planet had they hurt their own planet with problems like climate change or global warming.


    They could have landed on our planet thousands of years ago hoping to relocate here but our atmosphere may have been much different than their's.  If we didn't have the right amount of nitrogen, helium, or oxygen for them, they couldn't take off their spacesuits and breath our air.  Of course, before they went back up into space, they could have been Godly enough to bring our planet beyond homo erectis (apes, chimpanzees, orangutans, etc.) to homo sapians (we the people).

  • 02:01

    World Call In

    in Energy

    Dennis, Jeff and Susan discuss the probability that there is Life, beyond Earth, in the Universe.


    How smart were we 2,000 years ago? Or 4,000 years Before Christ (B.C.)? Yes, we’ve come a LONG way in just the last 200 years, when we were just riding horses, to today, when we have cars, airplanes, and spaceships.


    Now, just think how long our universe existed. It started, with the Big Bang, about 14 billion years ago. Now compare that number to how young human beings are on our planet, the Earth.


    Astronomer Bob Berman confirmed that our Milky Way Galaxy contains 400 billion stars, including our own star, the Sun. NASA is now able to detect the other planets, like this planet Earth, revolving around those other stars.


    Furthermore, our Milky Way Galaxy is one of a hundred billion galaxies.


    Where does the TRUTH lie ? The laws of probability suggest there is Life, beyond Earth, in the Universe. 
    Just imagine a planet way out there with creatures living there MUCH longer than we've controlled this planet.  Instead of 6,000 years evolving on our planet, imagine residents of older planets over the last 14 billion years.  They could have gone WAY beyond planes & spaceships like ours.  They could have even visited our planet thousands of years ago.


    They could have landed on our planet thousands of years ago hoping to relocate here but our atmosphere may have been much different than their's.  If we didn't have the right amount of nitrogen, helium, or oxygen for them, they couldn't take off their spacesuits and breath our air.  Of course, before they went back up into space, they could have been Godly enough to bring our planet beyond homo erectis (apes, chimpanzees, orangutans, etc.) to homo sapians (we the people). 


    Please join us and give your opinion. Thanks !

  • 02:01

    World Call In

    in Energy

    Dennis, Jeff and Susan discuss the probability that there is Life, beyond Earth, in the Universe.


    How smart were we 2,000 years ago? Or 4,000 years Before Christ (B.C.)? Yes, we’ve come a LONG way in just the last 200 years, when we were just riding horses, to today, when we have cars, airplanes, and spaceships.


    Now, just think how long our universe existed. It started, with the Big Bang, about 14 billion years ago. Now compare that number to how young human beings are on our planet, the Earth.


    Astronomer Bob Berman confirmed that our Milky Way Galaxy contains 400 billion stars, including our own star, the Sun. NASA is now able to detect the other planets, like this planet Earth, revolving around those other stars.


    Furthermore, our Milky Way Galaxy is one of a hundred billion galaxies.


    Where does the TRUTH lie ? The laws of probability suggest there is Life, beyond Earth, in the Universe. 
    Just imagine a planet way out there with creatures living there MUCH longer than we've controlled this planet.  Instead of 6,000 years evolving on our planet, imagine residents of older planets over the last 14 billion years.  They could have gone WAY beyond planes & spaceships like ours.  They could have even visited our planet thousands of years ago.


    They could have landed on our planet thousands of years ago hoping to relocate here but our atmosphere may have been much different than their's.  If we didn't have the right amount of nitrogen, helium, or oxygen for them, they couldn't take off their spacesuits and breath our air.  Of course, before they went back up into space, they could have been Godly enough to bring our planet beyond homo erectis (apes, chimpanzees, orangutans, etc.) to homo sapians (we the people). 


    Please join us and give your opinion. Thanks !

  • 00:18

    Karl Ammann Discusses The Project to End Great Ape Slavery

    in Environment

    We are at a critical point where so many species are on the brink of extinction. Primates are one of the endangered species that are hunted for food and captured for exploitation. Great apes – chimpanzees, bonobos, gorillas and orangutans – are in great demand in Middle Eastern and East Asian safari parks, zoos and private menageries. Most shocking is the fact that corrupt national CITES officials in several countries are deeply involved in the trafficking. Many die en route to the transit cities, packed in between other illicit products, they suffocate, starve to death, or their little throats dry up whilst calling for help which never arrives.  It's a journey through Hell, to slavery, to a life behind bars. It is a life sentence for a crime which they have never committed.


    In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host June Stoyer talks to wildlife photographer and environmental advocate, Karl Ammann, about this crisis and what we can do to protect all primates. 


    Today's show is brought to you by Eden Foods the most trusted name in certified organic clean food! Shop online at EdenFoods.com and enter the coupon code “ORGVIEW” when prompted during checkout to receive 20% OFF any regularly priced items (excluding cases). For other promotional offers, please visit TheOrganicView.com’s website.

  • 01:00

    Emma Freedman - Jungle Heroes - Saving the Rainforest to Save the Orangutan

    in Environment

    Emma Freedman is a conservationist, scientist and teen activist.  When she was 10 years old she traveled to Borneo and saw the orangutans in the wild.  She witnessed the devastation of the rainforest firsthand and knew that she needed to take action.

    Emma founded JungleHeroes.org, a project to raise awareness about the rainforest and orangutans and help kids and teens make a positive difference in the environment.  She speaks internationally at schools and conferences.

    The main goals of the project are to raise awareness for the rainforest and to inspire other youth so they can help make a difference. The issues are complex– balancing human development, against the needs of the planet, but Emma believes engaging her generation is the solution. - See more at: http://www.thevoiceofleadership.com/upcoming-programs.html#sthash.1kzBjbBy.dpuf


    See more at: http://www.thevoiceofleadership.com/upcoming-programs.html#sthash.1kzBjbBy.dpuf

  • 02:33
  • 00:00

    WSJ Tech Briefing Late Edition, May 9, 2012

    in News

    AOL's profits soars; the Miami zoo's orangutans go high tech; and a Florida TV station takes on red light traffic cams.

  • 00:25

    Natural healing with essential oils and plants for dogs

    in Pets

    Frances Fitzgerald Cleveland has worked with horses for more than 25 years in a range of disciplines. Her aspirations started with horses and grew to include people and other animals. In 1996,Frances founded her company, FrogWorks. She has always aimed to heighten the well-being of people and animals naturally, through individualized use of essential oils.

    Frances has extensive experience in the realms of health and behavior as it relates to both animals and humans. She obtained certification from the Institute of Dynamic Aromatherapy and the International School of Animal Aromatics. Frances studied in England with Caroline Ingraham, the pioneer of Animal Aromatics. Frances is an apprentice of Rosemary Gladstar, world renowned author, herbalist and teacher, and has completed the intensive Apprenticeship Program and the Science and Art of Herbalism Program in the didactic, therapeutic, laboratory and fieldwork in herbalism.
    Frances recently trained zookeepers in the use of essential oils on animals. Her groundbreaking Animal Aromatherapy work at The Denver Zoo with the Orangutans, Gorillas and Black Crested Macaques was covered in the Denver Post and L.A.Times.
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