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Discover ancient Egypt, in their own words. This podcast uses ancient texts and archaeology to uncover the lost world of the Nile Valley. A tale of pharaohs, pyramids, gods, and people. The show is written by a trained Egyptologist and uses detailed, up-to-date research. We dive deep into the ancient society, to uncover their fascinating tales. A member of the Agora Podcast Network.
 
Professors Tom McCartan and Justin Zeppa take you inside one of history's most mysterious structures, the Great Pyramid of Giza. How was it constructed? What purpose did it serve? Who are the characters hellbent on unlocking its mysteries with gunpowder blasts and fun robot cameras? And why is it such a magnet for international litterbugs? Explore the secrets of ancient Egypt from the safety and comfort of this verrry authoritative podcast. Get your notebooks ready: mystery school is now in ...
 
Ancient Worlds is the audio series of the Ancient Art Podcast where we choose a single work of art as a launchpad for inspiration. Here we unpack the stories, history, myths, and culture from antiquity through a modern lens and with tongue firmly planted in cheek. The Ancient Art Podcast explores the art and culture of the Ancient Mediterranean World with host Lucas Livingston. Uncover the truths and unravel the mysteries of the civilizations that shaped our modern world. Each episode featur ...
 
Welcome to the Los Abydos podcast. A couple years ago I put the word 'los' in front of the word 'Abydos' and thought it sounded cool. That's about it. The name is nonsense. An ancient Egyptian city of the dead with the plural Spanish word of 'the'? Sure. So that's what I'm going with. We discuss topics including current politics, religion, music-- anything polarizing-- I'm sure we'll have an opinion on it. Times of non-heavy material are also present and I'll introduce you to the people I in ...
 
Earth Ancients chronicles the growing (and often suppressed) evidence of known and unknown civilizations, their ruined cities, and artifacts developed from advanced science and technology. Erased from the pages of time, these cultures discovered and charted the heavens, developed medicine and unleashed advancements that parallel and, in many cases, surpass our own. Join us and discover our lost history. Armed with the thousands of anomalous archeological discoveries which have not been cover ...
 
Transcending Explorations is a show for people who are deeply curious about life and how to become their most magnificent selves. Join Lachlan Dunn as he suits up to adventure into the widths and depths of life and self transformation with all intention to Enjoy, Experience, Explore and Evolve along the journey. Lachlans goal with the podcast is to create a space to go on real and deep explorations into a wide variety of topics like the multi-dimensionality of life, The human experience, Psy ...
 
Arabic podcast (Egyptian Dialect) discussing philosophical topics such as knowledge, consciousness, identity, ethics, belief, justice and aesthetics. From Ancient Greek Philosophy, to Arab's Kalam Philosophy, to Modern western philosophy. برنامج بالعربية ( اللهجة المصرية ) يناقش مواضيع فلسفية مثل المعرفة، الوعي ، الهوية ، الأخلاق ، العقيدة ، العدالة ،والجماليات. من الفلسفة اليونانية القديمة، لفلسفة الكلام العربية، إلى الفلسفة الغربية الحديثة.
 
Charles Kingsley (June 12 1819 - January 23 1875) was an English divine, university professor, historian, and novelist, particularly associated with the West Country and north-east Hampshire. As a novelist, his chief power lay in his descriptive faculties, which are evident in this novel as he pictures the Egyptian desert and the ancient city Alexandria. Hypatia, 1st published in 1853, is set in 5th Century A.D. Egypt. It centers upon a young orphan monk from a desert monastery who feels cal ...
 
“An Adventurer – He that goes out to meet whatever may come!” This is the credo of Allan Quatermain, the quintessential, swashbuckling protagonist of Allan Quatermain by H. Rider Haggard. Quatermain first makes his appearance as a character in Haggard's most famous bestselling adventure tale, King Solomon's Mines. Published in 1885, this Victorian action novel depicts a group led by Allan Quatermain who travel to a remote region in Africa in search of the missing brother of one of them. It i ...
 
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Reconstructing Music. Michael Levy is a renowned composer for ancient instruments and music. Using replicas of artefacts, and taking inspiration from texts and art, Michael creates wonderful songs based in the ancient styles. Michael sat down with the podcast to discuss his recent works, including his wonderful albums of ancient Egyptian compositio…
 
Sahra Ahmed works in Christchurch as a refugee health nurse, helping new arrivals find their footing in a strange new land. It's a journey she has also undertaken. Ahmed was born in Mogadisu, the capital of Somalia, where she grew up in a caring community and was part of the first generation that learnt Somali as the official language at school. Bu…
 
In South Africa there's a saying: 'You're not a real Springbok until you've played the All Blacks'. It's a testament to one of the fiercest rivalries in rugby history - that between South Africa and New Zealand - which sports writer Jamie Wall examines in his new book The Hundred Years' War. This intense rivalry has seen the two cultures brought to…
 
Nineties sitcom Friends has had far-reaching cultural impact over the decades, finding itself at the centre of rolling fashion trends and loads of scholarly analysis. But Elizabeth Stokoe found the popular television series intriguing for the way it subverted everyday conversation for the sake of comedy.…
 
A pragmatic and informative look at better living through cannabis. Cannabis. Weed. Bud. Whatever you choose to call it, it’s been a health aid, comfort, and life-enhancer for humankind for more than three thousand years. But while cannabis is used by hundreds of millions of people around the world, more than a century of prohibition has resulted i…
 
As an international award winning entrepreneur and innovation expert and medical futurist, Marcus has shared his wisdom on the art of change, making sustained success happen faster through THE CRAVE CODE across the globe to thousands of entrepreneurs and wellness business owners. He shares the future of the medical & wellness industry in his Well F…
 
We're looking at the world of vaccine hesitancy: why are some folks unsure about getting a COVID vaccine, and how we can help? Plus, in the news, home, or away - should we be able to get away for a holiday abroad this year? Also, 'sea snot' paralyses the Turkish coastline; and how just seeing another ill bird at a distance boosts a canary's immune …
 
The Occult I Ching: The Secret Language of Serpents An illustrated guide to the occult history, serpent magic, and practical application of the I Ching • Reveals how the sacred language of the original eight trigrams of the I Ching was discovered by a wisdom serpent known as Fu Xi • Explores how the I Ching formed the basis of the earliest Taoist p…
 
When Canadian blockchain whiz Gerald Cotten died under mysterious circumstances while on honeymoon in India, the $215 million on his cryptocurrency exchange, Quadriga, also disappeared. For his new podcast, Exit Scam, cryptocurrency aficionado Aaron Lammer (Longform Podcast, CoinTalk) spent two years investigating the puzzling circumstances around …
 
An exploration of cutting-edge theories on the electromagnetic basis of consciousness • Details, in nontechnical terms, 12 credible theories, each published by prominent professionals with extensive scientific credentials, that describe how electromagnetic fields may be the basis for consciousness • Examines practical applications of electromagneti…
 
Lydia De Leon is a Greek Architect and Wellness Coach, with a focus on the relation of buildings on health and well-being. She holds a Ph.D in Physiology on the subject of the effect on geophysical anomalies on biology and has published in peer-review journals and conferences, as well as an MSc in Sustainable Environmental Design. She has been rese…
 
THE DEVIL WITHIN Episode Notes: It’s a case that has haunted Jefferson Township, New Jersey, for more than 30 years. On a snowy January night, 14-year-old Tommy Sullivan did the unthinkable: he murdered his mother in cold blood, set fire to their house, and then took his own life. Out of the flames of this horrible tragedy, investigations revealed …
 
Fetch your sunglasses because we're looking into the science of sunlight: from the past to the future, what has the sun meant to humanity? Plus, in the news: a global update on COVID, toxic mercury in glaciers, and a new glue that sets underwater. Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists…
 
The stories that made the Ancient Egypt headlines over the first week of June 2021. Sources: internet, various Music: "Vadodora Chill Mix" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Di Ted Loukes
 
Call in ​#319-527-6084 1. What is a Negro? 2. What is an African American? 3. What is Black People Exactly? 4. Where on the Map of Human Geography Are they located? 5. What is the above-mentioned people's Nationality. 6. Why won't they change their minds about their identity? Tarhaka Grandson Lil Randy, new song Click https://soundcloud.app.goo.gl/…
 
First off I really hope you’ve been enjoying “The Ancient World – Carchemish.” From the beginning I’ve touted this as a series on the Neo-Hittite kingdoms. But since the first Neo-Hittite kingdom was centered on Carchemish, I thought it’d be fun to start the series with the original Hittite conquest of the city under Suppiluliuma I. Which gave me a…
 
Gold in them hills. Tut'ankhamun is famous for his gold. But where did it come from? And how did the pharaoh pay for his costly Restoration project? In this episode, we briefly explore some records for Tut’ankhamun’s gold miners and how they obtained that precious yellow metal… Date: c. 1336 BCE www.egyptianhistorypodcast.com, Music by Keith Zizza.…
 
Water Realms is a unique book that surveys water management and technologies in ancient societies. From the flushing toilets of ancient Crete to the qanats of Persia, aqueducts of Rome, cascading tank systems of Sri Lanka and the great baths of the Indus Valley to the eel traps of southern Australia, ancients on all continents were managing water i…
 
Two Canterbury runanga are teaming up with the government to build a rocket launch facility on Kaitorete Spit, near Banks Peninsula. The government is contributing $16 million to help Taumutu Runanga and Wairewa Runanga buy 1000 hectares on the spit, a long finger of land which is ideal for space launches and aerospace testing. It is also hoped the…
 
Initially, director Jenn Abbott was opposed to the idea of making a sequel to 2003's eye-opening, award-winning film The Corporation. It seemed too mammoth a task, and she already had another documentary underway. But eventually she realised it was - unfortunately - a necessary sequel. Working alongside co-director Joe Bakan, Abbott picks up where …
 
Michael Moka (Ngapuhi, Te Rarawa, Ngati Hine and Mangaia of Cook Islands) left home at the age of 15 with his girlfriend Toria, the pair living in their car or staying with relatives and working multiple jobs to put themselves through school. When Moka headed to university, he was connected with the First Foundation, who paired him with a mentor. A…
 
Peter Cooper is a billionaire and global investor who is perhaps best known for the transformation of Auckland's CBD through the redevelopment of Britomart. He was also pivotal in the creation of brewing giant Lion Nathan, and some people will be familiar with The Landing, a luxury retreat, winery and heritage project in the Bay of Islands - where …
 
Photographer Cameron McLaren has a knack for capturing humans in intimate or unusual moments. McLaren's immersive style has seen him embedded within the Gloriavale Christian Community on the West Coast, and with the New Zealand Police - to the point of accompanying them on a drug bust on a Wellington property. But when the country went into level f…
 
In a landmark decision, Royal Dutch Shell has been ordered by a court in The Hague to drastically reduce its global carbon emissions. The oil giant was told it has a duty of care, and that the level of its emission reductions should be brought in line with the Paris Climate Agreement. Shell now needs to cut emissions by 45 percent - compared to its…
 
Synopsis: The Sea Peoples cut a swath of devastation across the Levant before their final confrontation with the pharaoh Ramesses III of Egypt. The Hittite Great King Suppiluliuma II abandons the capital of Hattusas before its final destruction. “Regarding what you wrote me before: ‘Enemy ships were observed at sea!’ If it is true that ships were o…
 
We're diving into the science behind the latest headlines - including the oxygen shortages occurring in the wake of COVID outbreaks; the nuclear waste deep inside the wrecked Chernobyl reactor threatening to reignite; and we're meeting the man who found the Titanic, to talk about his new mission. Plus, a dive into science fiction with author Max Br…
 
Living Images. King Tut’ankhamun is famous for the Restoration of traditional temples. But what did that involve? Records from the King’s reign give us insight to the practical business. We see the repairs of Karnak and Luxor Temples, royal decrees for new statues, and we meet the man who made the gods’ holy images… Date: c. 1336 BCE www.egyptianhi…
 
Aloys Eiling was born on 2 Oct. 1952 in Reken, Germany. He graduated from Gymnasium with a focus on ancient languages and history. He later went on to study physics and astronomy. He completed his studies with a doctorate in 1981 at the University of Bochum. In his professional career, he worked for 35 years in the chemical industry. After 17 years…
 
Matua Rereata Makiha (Ngati Whakaheke, Te Aupouri, Te Arawa) is a renowned Maori astrologer and a leading authority on the maramataka - the Maori lunar calendar. Makiha joins the show to discuss why indigenous knowledge - matauranga Maori - is now needed in schools more than ever for our tamariki/mokopuna Maori, and how this can be done. He was the…
 
Tayi Tibble's first poetry collection Poukahangatus earned her the prize for best first book of Poetry at the 2019 Ockham awards. Now she has returned with Rangikura - in which she continues to display her talent as a young poet writing about urban Maori life. Tibble (Ngati Porou/Te Whanau a Apanui) has completed a Masters in Creative Writing from …
 
Suzanne started her career in the forestry industry at a young age, just when clear cutting for profit was getting popular in Canada. But her attention was quickly turned to what was going wrong in the forest to cause death and a proliferation of disease among Douglas firs. Now a world-leading forest ecologist and professor at the University of Bri…
 
A historic trial is underway in the United States to help restore vision to blind patients by editing their DNA while it is in their bodies. CRISPR gene-editing technology has been revolutionising scientific research by allowing doctors to rewrite genetic code to try and help people with conditions such as sickle cell anemia and certain types of ca…
 
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