In our recent podcast, we've ventured slightly away from our usual gentle (can we say that?) broadcasting to something a bit more... emotional and direct.
In today's podcast, we bring you up to date with what has been going on here at K Wave 6 Radio - our updated home page, the addition of another media player and a free podcast app and more.
We won't belabor you with much to read here since all of it has been mentioned in the podcast show.
Your input/replies are welcome via email, which you can find on our contact page.
Thanks for listening and being a part of a better world.
In a few months, it will be almost a year since we've created a press release, but since we're stepping up to be counted in the work necessary to create a better world for ourselves, but most of all, for those who follow us, we decided to start 2016 differently.
Please read and share this blog, or at least the press release with everyone you know, and let's do something together other than complain and make empty comments.
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I was planning to have this podcast out earlier, but...
Although this podcast is just a bit shorter than thirty minutes, I had planned for it to be longer. As I stated at the start of this podcast, "Life has a habit of interrupting plans."
This podcast is coming in multiple parts mostly because talking about "Truth" is not as simple as it may appear. As mentioned in this show, truth has many layers - some are necessary, but I'd venture to say that most are not.
This podcast, and others that will follow are to help all listeners to re-think what we are accepting as truth, and why - then most of all, what can, and what should we do to make our own lives better, then help others who want a better life.
This show was created quickly, so please ignore the imperfections.
Two more things:
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This is just a reminder about tomorrow's live show, titled "Anchors". I think you'll understand the idea of the show from the photo in this post. Our purpose is to discuss with our callers, things that hold us back from growing and/or advancing. Another purpose is to identify those things that hold us back and what we can do individually and collectively to make a better world.
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Today, while reading through some of my social media networks, I became agitated from some of what I read - not that stuff like this is new or seldom ever seen, it just got to me today.
This is a ten minute podcast to ask you to listen, think, rethink, make a change, then join us for next Wednesday's (the 18th of November) live show where you can call in to share your positive experiences relative to our show topic. Also, we're asking all positive people to join us in our new social network group in www.seen.is - the social network is called "Seen", and it's based in Iceland. Why Iceland? Visit their page and read the brief information, you'll understand quickly.
Listen to this podcast for all the information, and keep up with all that's going on here at K WAVe 6 Radio via our blog!
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"Welcome back to another interview with Andrés Ginestet, a NATO consultant and university professor; Troy Mathisen, the founder and coordinator of the Global Sovereign Alliance;and Robert C. (aka, Stash) of the Global Sovereign Alliance.
In this show we continue our discussion and instructions on how to make a better world for ourselves and for the future. This is a proactive show with an effort to engage those who want to change what is, into what it can be - no complaints, unless accompanied by solutions.
We introduce, "Resilience Pockets", what this means and how each of us can start one in our own areas and their purpose. This is a show that is progressing to get everyone involved!"
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Today's show, part 3 of our series on, "How to Make a Better World", will be airing at:
Along with our standard guests for this series, Andrés Ginestet, Troy Mathisen, Robert C. (aka, Stash) and your host, Kirk Spencer, today's show continues to become more and more interesting.
Today's show jumps the average of being aired on Blog Talk Radio and goes to podcast. In case you don't know how it works here:
Our podcast uploads start first on PodOmatic (below) and RSS Feed (home page):
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Next week, we will be airing parts 1 and 2 on podcast as well.
Stay tuned to us for more exciting programming!
All the best!
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Today's show was initially planned to be about climate, climate change and the "Electric Universe", which we did, but we took an unexpected turn which turned out to be very interesting!
We started with the "Climate Chaos in 500 days" that was announced by the French Foreign Minister and John Kerry the U.S. Secretary of Defence last year, then we made a smooth transition to natural law, then returned to climate changes and a few other related topics.
Our conversation with Ben Davidson, of Suspicious 0bservers is also an attorney, coupled with Troy Mathisen, a polymath with a focus on electricity and frequencies, turned the conversation smoothly into a discussion on Natural Law. Troy spoke about his involvement in national and international law and what should take place and how it can unfold.
This is one show that you'll love, especially if you're interested in these two subjects.
You can listen to the podcast via the link below, or click on the icon bar below it to listen via any one of our other podcast players. If you'd like to listen via RSS Feed, iTunes or Stitcher, click the link then choose the podcast player of your choice. Subscribe to K WAVe 6 Radio while you're here!
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It's been awhile since our last show, but it hasn't been because of a lack of things to talk about. As all of us can attest, there's a lot happening on most every scale and level, and we're dealing with the changes like everyone else - as best as we can.
Today's show is on podcast and is fifty minutes long. You can listen via the embedded media player on our home page, the embedded player below or by following the link below. You can also listen via your favorite media players listed here:
Check in with us occasionally, we have Ben Davidson of Suspicious 0bservers returning for another interview next week: the week after, we have a consultant with NATO as a guest to help us all learn how to navigate through our most important issues in the world today: and following that, I have a guest, a Director in the U.N. who will give us her perspective of world events.
Lot's of great programming in the works!
Here's our information for tomorrow's program at 1:00 pm Eastern (America's):
In this program, we'll be re-capping some of what was discussed in part 2, but in people-talk, or layman's terms. I've heard from some listeners that our last program with Troy was a bit over some of our listeners "heads", so we're going to break it down for those without a scientific background.
We will be talking about the Schumann Resonance - the frequency at which the earth vibrates, how the earth's frequencies effect us and the theory of how it's change can affect us in the future.
Troy is also the founder of, "The Mathisen System" who has created, among many other things, frequencies that aid in pain relief and curing certain physical ailments, for the phenomenally low price of.... come to the show and find out!
This program is slated for 90 minutes, and in the last half hour, we'll be opening the lines to callers.
In tomorrow's reminder in our blog, there will be our embedded media player, so you can listen directly from our blog, as well as a link to connect you with our Blog Talk Radio page - there you can contact us through the online chatroom, and connect with us via Skype when we open the phone lines. Also, if you miss any of the program and want to listen later, just listen through the embedded player, or just click the link to Blog Talk Radio and listen anytime - you can also download our programs!
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Link to BTR show page: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/freedomtalkradionetworklive/2015/07/22/frequencies-vibration-and-existence-part-3-with-troy-mathisen
As we start this weekend, we thought we'd give you a photo-quote by Michael Ruppert, whom we've quoted with audio clips in our podcast titled, "Game Over, Part 2", a week ago.
Unless you've been distracted by all the things shared in the general media - racial problems, beheading's, wars and rumors of them, political issues, etc., you know that we're in an age that has been best stated by one of our favorite comedians, George Carlin who stated, "We're circling the drain. The closer we get to the drain, the faster we spin..." We're in a time where all of us need not only contemplate what's going to happen, but how we're going to deal with the future - how and what we're needing to do to cope with the future.
On the air, we've stated that we're here to help those that want help, we're no longer trying to get people to, "Wake Up!"
If you have things you'd like discussed, please email us - see our contact page. When we have live shows and we're accepting calls from our listeners, call in and discuss and even make valid suggestions. No one escapes the future and we're all in this together, wherever you live.
We here at K WAVe 6 Radio wish all of you a wonderful weekend, wherever you are!
For those in the U.S.A., have a wonderful 4th of July (Independence Day) weekend!
The quote in this photo is almost word-for-word. We eliminated a run-on line in the "deer-in-the-headlights" line and a few words in the line following, "unsinkable", indicated with, "..."
Feel free to share this photo-poster as it is.
Tomorrow evening in the America's, Troy Mathisen returns for part two of, "Frequencies, Vibrations and Existence", a short study into the Schumann Resonance frequency: how it affects us, and what to expect.
We will also delve into other frequencies and vibrations that do and can effect us now and in the future - what is helpful as well as what is harmful to our physical and emotional well-being.
In our last program, Troy was telling us many things in scientific jargon and a few of our listeners told me they didn't understand, so Troy will bring his discussion back to simple language.
Per Troy, here are some improvements to look forward to as we approach 20Hz:
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Last week, I had the 'hair-pulling' experience of internet and phone service interruption by our provider which took a whole week to get repaired. This is one of the reasons you didn't hear much from us, and the reason for not hosting a live show - after all, we are an internet based show. If you missed our podcast show from last week, be sure to see it via any of the podcast players listed on our home page.
Besides having our live show this week, there will be another podcast coming as soon as Wednesday evening, and as late as Friday evening - evening's be relative to your locations - we're talking about in the America's.
This coming podcast is due to have many audio out-takes from different sources to create a relative story to our society today, you should enjoy this... for more than one reason!
Stay tuned and remember, all the best!
A couple of weeks ago I posted a new blog entry, which was followed by a podcast (see below). Although neither the blog or the podcast was entirely about lesbians or gays, a couple of people were kind enough to ask me about my views on such marriages. The conversations I had were very kind and caring, especially considering those that addressed me are religious people.
Although I've been busy working on a couple of projects for clients, which has kept me too busy to create podcast's and live broadcasts, I hope this podcast clarifies my understanding of the State, religion and love.
In this podcast, I address the legality of such marriages and the moral issues surrounding it. Just before the closing, I address what many cities in the U.S. have done - made feeding the homeless an illegal act, and our moral responsibility to help our fellow human being.
I'm open to discussing this more, whether here, in writing or via my live shows. If you'd like to discuss this more, send me an email.
This podcast is currently available on our embedded PodOmatic podcast player on our homepage, or by clicking here. About an hour after this posting, the podcast will be available on all of the following media players. To find the links to this podcast via these media players, just choose your media play from our home page, then click on its icon - it's as easy as that!
All the best!
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