Host: Dr. Zohara Hieronimus, D.H.L. GUEST 8:00-9:00 PM Eastern Alex Chionetti Mysteries of the Tayos Caves: The Lost Civilizations Where the Andes Meet the Amazon, Bear & Co., 2019 Facebook.com/AlexChionetti GUEST 9:00-10:00 PM Eastern Erik Assadourian The Forever Angels: Near-Death Experiences in Childhood and Their EarthEd: Rethinking Education on a Changing Planet Gaianism.org/Reflections Gaianism.org/PointOfTheseReflections […]
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Host: Dr. Zohara Hieronimus, D.H.L. GUEST 8:00-9:00 PM Eastern Barbara Loe Fisher President National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC), an independent clearinghouse for information on diseases and vaccine science, policy, law and the ethical principle of informed consent NVIC.org GUEST 9:00-10:00 PM Eastern PMH Atwater The Forever Angels: Near-Death Experiences in Childhood and Their Lifelong […]
Host: Dr. Zohara Hieronimus, D.H.L., Encore Presentation GUEST 8:00-9:00 PM Eastern Daniel Duke, (originally broadcast on 9/22/19) Jesse James and the Lost Templar Treasure: Secret Diaries, Coded Maps, and the Knights of the Golden Circle, Destiny Books, 2019 https://authordanduke.com/ GUEST 9:00-10:00 PM Eastern Rob Gutro, (originally broadcast on 6/3/18) Ghosts of England: On a […]
Host: Dr. Zohara Hieronimus, D.H.L., Best of Encore Presentation GUEST 8:00-9:00 PM Eastern Kate Kheel The dangers of the 5G rollout and planned protests in Maryland this month For more information on 5G click the links below. These are not Kate Kheel’s websites. https://www.5gspaceappeal.org/the-appeal?fbclid=IwAR3cA4ctE1tNHpGnk3DjpyBtBSA2EJoBU6qHucn9qULbewiVQij4jPMoGmU Fact Sheet: https://ehtrust.org/wp-content/uploads/5G-and-Climate-Change-Flyer-EHT.pdf GUEST 9:00-10:00 PM Eastern Colleen Cordes The dangers of […]
Host: Dr. Zohara Hieronimus, D.H.L., Best of Encore PresentationGUEST 8:00-9:00 PM EasternCain Carroll, originally aired 7/3/16The Four Dignities: The Spiritual Practice of Walking, Standing, Sitting, and Lying Down, Singing Dragon, 2014.CainCarroll.comGUEST 9:00-10:00 PM EasternJason Gregory, originally aired 10/23/16Enlightenment Now: Liberation Is Your True Nature, Inner Traditions, 2016
Host: Dr. Zohara Hieronimus, D.H.L. GUEST 8:00-9:00 PM Eastern Tammy Billups The Sacred Transition of the Animal Soul, as featured in the upcoming Animal Soul Contracts—Sacred Agreements for Shared Evolution, Inner Traditions, 2020. Author of: Soul Healing with Our Animal Companions: The Hidden Keys to a Deeper Animal-Human Connection, Bear & Company, 2018. http://www.sundancehealing.com GUEST […]
Can you imagine seeing a Van Gogh painting sitting right off the freeway on your morning commute or aerial ride? One field in Eagan, Minnesota got exactly this when the 67-year-old artist, Stan Herd, transformed it into Van Gogh’s 1889 “Olive Trees.” Read more.
Brilliant testimony about Trump’s crimes against the States of the Union, our laws, and our international relationships by Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Maryland, 8th District. THANK YOU Congressman Raskin for speaking out for so many of us and the RULE OF LAW! Read more.
I have always found Mark Twain’s remarks on War powerful, accurate and a cogent plea for people’s hearts to awaken. Please share this with others. ZMH
“It was a time of great and exalting excitement. The country was up in arms, the war was on, in every breast burned the holy fire of patriotism; the drums were beating, the bands playing, the toy pistols popping, the bunched firecrackers hissing and spluttering; on every hand and far down the receding and fading spread of roofs and balconies a fluttering wilderness of flags flashed in the sun…” Read more.
Image by Autumn Skye.
Emma Fiala / via Waking Times
Atlanta’s City Council just voted in favor of transforming over 7 acres of vacant property into the state of Georgia’s first food forest. The measure, which paves the way for the largest food forest in the country according to Councilwoman Carla Smith, was approved last Monday after a unanimous vote. The Urban Food forest will be available free of charge and will include edible trees, shrubs, and vines in addition to traditional community garden beds as well as walking trails, public gathering spaces and other features. “It’s just like going into a park and picking muscadines from a bush,” Smith said. Read more.
Damon Langlois has been awarded 1st Place for his incredible sand sculpture, “Liberty Crumbling”, at the 2019 Texas SandFest. The 23rd annual Texas SandFest drew 35,000 people to Port Aransas, Texas and is recognized as the largest native-sand sculpture competition in the United States.
Read more (and see pictures) at Twisted Sifter.
Alanna Ketler, Collective Evolution
There are many people out there who consider themselves vegetarians but still eat eggs on a regular basis. I have learned that the correct name for these types of non-flesh eaters is ovo-vegetarians. Generally these people still eat eggs for a variety of reasons, such as: the idea that eggs provide them with the essential proteins, omega 3 fatty acids, and vitamin b12 that they may otherwise be lacking, and the idea that chickens produce eggs anyways and no animal was actually killed or harmed if the egg wasn’t fertilized.
Sarah Ripper, UPLIFT
You have more in common with trees than you think. It’s not such a weird idea when the emerging field of plant neurobiology is seeing increasing collaborations with other fields into the nature of plant intelligence. These studies are prompting scientists and spiritual communities, such as Damanhur, to reconsider the scope of communication and adaptation found in nature.
Herman Daly, Local Futures
We have many problems – poverty, unemployment, environmental destruction, climate change, financial instability, etc. – but only one solution for everything, namely economic growth. We believe that growth is the costless, win-win solution to all problems, or at least the necessary precondition for any solution. This is growthism. It now creates more problems than it solves.
Amid the human crush of Old Delhi, on the edge of a medieval bazaar, a red structure with cages on its roof rises three stories above the labyrinth of neon-lit stalls and narrow alleyways, its top floor emblazoned with two words: BIRD HOSPITAL.
On a hot day last spring, I removed my shoes at the hospital’s entrance and walked up to the second-floor lobby, where a clerk in his late 20s was processing patients.
Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby released a statement on Tuesday saying that her office would stop prosecuting marijuana possession cases. Mosby framed the decision as a public safety and trust issue, explaining that prosecuting these cases served no public safety purpose. In fact, Mosby’s office explained, the prosecution of these kinds of cases “disproportionately impacts communities of color and erodes public trust.” Mosby also pointed out that, since they serve no real public safety purpose, these cases are a waste of resources and taxpayer dollars. The statement also reported that Mosby’s office was looking into vacating convictions for possession dating back eight years.
Read more at The Daily Kos.
At around 1 p.m. ET in Midtown Manhattan on Saturday, protest puppeteer Elliot Crown twirled a paper mache planet over a bed of flames, playing a silent violin. Around him, a neon-dotted crowd gathered next to the Plaza Hotel to protest the collapse of life on Earth. Numbers soon swelled to around 300, a solid local turnout for the Extinction Rebellion’s first national day of action in the United States. A marching band began to play, and activist performance group Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir hopped around the perimeter of the crowd, harmonizing about the end of the world. “Only so many beautiful days… are le-e-eft!”