"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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"In this show, we discuss many of the existing problems society has to overcome and what we should be doing to overcome them. In future shows, we will concentrate more on how everyone interested in a better world can participate in our positive transformation/transition."
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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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Yesterday, we ran out of bandwidth on our primary podcast provider - see photo (click to enlarge), so to be sure everyone that wants to hear this wonderful show - and widely accepted - we hurriedly put the show in our YouTube archives.
If you can't listen to our show on any of the podcast providers, just listen by clicking the link, or the embedded YouTube player below.
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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!
You can also listen via our embedded media player on our home page for all of our recent podcast's, including this one, or click the following link for today's show:
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Due to a scheduling problem, our interview with Ben Davidson will be one day late. Our show with Ben will be airing tomorrow afternoon on our podcast players. We will enter an announcement here when it becomes available.
We are sincerely sorry for the delay.
Please stay tuned with us for more interesting programming, here at K WAVe 6 Radio!
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!
After continued issues with the internet and other assorted problems, today's show is now on podcast!
Melanie Beres, our co-host, Stash and I had a great conversation about false and money seeking guru's and discuss how each of us can shake off the shackles of dependencies. We liked the show so much, we're planning to do another show in the not too distant future.
This was just loaded and is - at 11:30 pm Eastern - available on our PodOmatic podcast player and RSS Feed. In approximately an hour, this show will be available on iTunes and Stitcher. Click the media player bar below to choose a player of your choice and enjoy!
Today at 6:00 pm Eastern (America's), we will air our first program this week on podcast.
The title of the podcast is, "What Dreams May Become". The whole program is for a bit less than fourteen minutes, but as many things in life, big things come in small packages. Here is the topic for the podcast:
"After watching the movie, "What Dreams May Come" with Robin Williams and Cuba Gooding Jr. this past weekend, I was reminded of a recurring thought in the movie...
As per each of our programs, especially for the past few months, we - my new co-host and I - work towards getting our listeners to think about what's going on in the world and in your own lives, sometimes to point out the obvious, and what isn't so obvious, then challenge you to see it all in a different way. Besides that, we're always doing our best to help you think differently because your actions are a result of what you think.
This podcast is no different. So, although today's podcast is short, I hope it will provoke you to think and act differently, starting now!
As always, all the best!"
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This podcast is now available.
If you don't find it on iTunes or Stitcher as yet, listen via PodOmatic, or wait awhile, our podcast's are uploaded to PodOmatic first, then they're available on the RSS Feed immediately afterward: about an hour after the upload to PodOmatic, our podcast's appear in iTunes and Stitcher.
This podcast has been in the planning stages for a long time. Now, finally it has been produced and published.
This is a culmination of a great deal of thought, research - not only of mine, but that of others as well - and contemplation of whether I really wanted to share these thoughts and findings with the public, especially since most people are more emotionally sensitive than observant. Most people I know that think differently are far too ready to point the finger of denial and accusations, rather than reseach and learn. I finally decided that there isn't much time left to sound the alarm.
Thanks to my dear friend, Melanie Beres, an experienced international journalist and a screenwriter, who joined me in this venture, we hope that you who are interested in this information will find enough information to help you on your journey and how to make decisions to make your life the best it can be.
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Shortly after last nights post (below), Kirk told me that he had not only created a podcast, but also had successfully uploaded it! This podcast is titled, Harmony. Kirk didn't say too much about what it's about, but I think you can get an idea from this photo. More details will be found on the podcast description page.
The podcast will air late this afternoon, or evening in the eastern U.S. and Europe - and to be precise:
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Remember, the podcast airs tonight!
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Just a few minutes ago, a new podcast was just uploaded, which is also a precursor to our upcoming show this Tuesday evening.
Here is the podcast information:
"What and who are you fighting against? What are you upset about? And probably most important, why?
When you finally realize that you're fighting a fight someone else has created, and you're fighting within their set of rules and laws, then you'll realize that you're fighting a losing battle.
This is slavery. Slavery to a system you've accepted, and you will eventually lose.
What is the solution - what is the better way? After all, our times have been foretold by many cultures and civilizations - whether through secular or religious writings."
This podcast is available now. To listen, click the link below, the PodOmatic icon...
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Remember our show this Tuesday evening - more information coming in less than an hour!
We at K WAVe 6 Radio apologize for the problems here today, but we hope our efforts to bring you positive and uplifting shows, despite whatever problems arise, have earned your trust and you see its value.
Remember our podcast tomorrow with Melanie Beres, which will be available at 11:00 am Eastern on the following media players.
As always, all the best!
Today's episode of Thoughts for Growth will air at 11:00 am Eastern first on the PodOmatic media player, then on the following media players within an hour. All media players are compatible on your computers, tablets and smart phones. To get the direct links to our shows on whichever media player of your choice, visit our home page, then click the icon to the media player of your choice. The PodOmatic player is embedded on our home page if you'd like to listen through it.
Later today, there will be another blog entry coming to inform you about tomorrow's interview - Stay Tuned!
Thursday's Thoughts for Growth podcast will be explaining why we often times have the feelings that I've shown here recently.
Also, on Thursday, I'll be introducing you to our guest for next week. She is someone quite phenomenal.
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All the best!
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Today's episode will be available at or shortly after 11:00 am Eastern on the PodOmatic media player - the media player on our home page. About an hour later, this episode will be available on all the other media players. Links to the material mentioned in today's podcast are listed below in the, "Quick Reminders" section:
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Although today's podcast may not be as positive as you'd like - sometimes even I need to vent my frustrations.
All the best for you and yours!
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