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From the enchanted island of the mystical and magical, join Irelands best and award winning Psychic Medium Sandie Byrne as she talks everything Spirit, the Afterlife and Communicating with the dead as handed down through generations of her family and twenty seven years of reading people. Live from Tipperary, Ireland ask Sandie anything you‘ve been dying to know.
 
Join best-selling author Maverick Vardøger on his search for Evidence of the Afterlife. This podcast explores various topics including astral projection, out-of-body experiences (OBEs), near-death experiences (NDEs), mediumship, and other consciousness phenomena to gather incredible Evidence of the Afterlife. Also check out Vardøger’s new audio drama podcast DEAD INSIDE produced by Orseïs Audio Productions.
 
What waits for us on the other side? That's a question that people have asked for ages. Each week on “Shades of the Afterlife”, Host Sandra Champlain will discuss aspects of what we can expect when we are finally called to leave this planet. Let Sandra help you find answers as you listen and enjoy “Shades of the Afterlife.
 
Mysterious life................Child abuse, any abuse, The POWER of living! Sharing painful stories to help others. Justice, awareness. Stop the shame. Putting the pieces back together . My life: good, bad, ugly. The strength I’ve found through horrific struggles. Everyday struggles. Forgiveness Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tweety-ischeryl69/support
 
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Coffin Talk is a weekly podcast that explores how our views on death affect the way we live our life. Join Mike Oppenheim each week as he interviews people from all ages and cultures to explore The Meaning of Death. mikeyopp.substack.com
 
Have you been devastated by events in your life? You’ve lost your drive. You’re not even sure why you’re still here on the planet. I’ve been there. The death of a loved one can do that to you. Grief 2 Growth is here to help you find your way back to peace, purpose & joy.
 
Featured on Coast to Coast AM and Gaia TV, Dr. Linda Backman is an expert teacher, regression therapist and licensed psychologist with 44 years of private practice experience, including over 25 years guiding Soul Regressions. Linda’s books are Souls on Earth, The Evolving Soul and Bringing Your Soul to Light.
 
Two bi-vocational pastor brothers explore the mysteries of life together. Reality is clearly not what it seems and there really is music in the spheres. Listen along with us as we explore the true depth and reality of what this life really is and might be. Email us at brothers@musicofthespherespodcast.com. Visit our website: www.musicofthespherespodcast.com. Like us on Facebook. Follow us on Instagram at @musicofthespherespod.
 
Overwhelmed by choice in the Peak TV era? Join hosts and IRL friends Tolani Shoneye (of 'The Receipts' podcast fame) and Gena-mour Barrett (who works for Netflix) as they discuss what they're watching, and what they think * you * should be watching too. Each week they'll be accompanied by a guest from the world of Netflix, who'll share a recommendation of their own. From brand new shows to overlooked gems, 10/10 Would Recommend is a freewheeling, unfiltered review show that will help you spe ...
 
Don't mind swearing, sass and a blonde chick that talks to the dead? Perfect, you've found your new podcast. Candace Dalton is a Medium from Boston, MA living in Los Angeles, CA who helps bring grief relief to thousands with her 'dead on' messages and validations from the After Life. Healing Grace is all about finding purpose on the Earth Journey and embracing what's beyond this life.
 
The best short fiction, handpicked by the best voice in podcasting. In every episode, host LeVar Burton (Roots, Reading Rainbow, Star Trek) invites you to take a break from your daily life, and dive into a great story. LeVar’s narration blends with gorgeous soundscapes to bring stories by Neil Gaiman, Haruki Murakami, Octavia Butler, Ray Bradbury and more to life. So, if you’re ready, let’s take a deep breath...
 
White Shores is a podcast for spiritual beings having a human experience. Hosted by Sunday Times bestselling spiritual author and modern mystic Theresa Cheung. This podcast shares inspiration on personal growth and how to create the infinite life of your dreams. Stay in touch via www.theresacheung.com @thetheresacheung, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter
 
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AfterLife is an audio drama that follows the story of three souls after their untimely deaths. Before they know it, they're swept up in a world of dark politics while simultaneously dealing with their own personal journeys of self-discovery. This adventure is sure to leave hearts broken, barriers shattered, and afters... lived.
 
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Paranormal Encounters Podcast Series is proud to be among "the best in paranormal radio" as heard on the Para-X Radio Network (www.para-x.com or www.paraxradionetwork.com) on Thursday evening from 11:00 PM-12:00 AM EST. Dr. Kelly Renee Schutz is the producer and host of this series. Paranormal topics, interviews, Maynard and Mildred, and stories are the main attractions of the show. Educational, Entertaining, and Intriguing. Dr. Schutz has encountered nearly 100 unexplained experiences since ...
 
If Science & Mysticism got married, the Outer Limits of Inner Truth (www.outerlimitsradio.com ) radio show would be their child. OLIT (Outer Limits of Inner Truth) is a program about introspection, discovery, and evolution. It premiered on February 2014 and within a few short months, was picked up for national syndication on Starcom Radio Networks (44 AM Stations). In 2018, OLIT was picked up by Mental Health News Radio Network (a large media network that features programs about psychology a ...
 
Dr. Karen Wyatt, hospice physician and author of "7 Lessons for Living from the Dying," interviews experts on all aspects of the end-of-life, including: caring for the dying, funeral and burial practices, planning for the end-of-life, conscious dying, grief and loss, caregiver support, afterlife, death and the arts, and community initiatives to improve end-of-life care. Access show notes at www.eolupodcast.com
 
The Spirited Talk Podcasts are weekly editions with experienced and knowledgeable guests sharing their personal journey of psychic and spiritual discovery. The guest shares with listeners their story of how they became aware of the spirit world through their own psychic and spiritual journey. Often the guest is invited back for a 'podclass' episode where they talk about their specialist area for working with the spirit world. The podclass editions are lessons for the listener.Across the worl ...
 
Everyone is talking about the afterlife. But is the afterlife talking about us? Let's give them something to talk about!Your host, Ray Boulay brings together people from all walks of life, cultures, beliefs and point of views while injecting a little bit of humour about the afterlife.The Helter Spectre Transmission is emitting an EM-Field you'll want to put your Spiritbox next to.
 
Want proof of life after death? Your loved ones may be physically gone but they still exist and you will see them again...your pets don't die either. Each episode of We Don't Die you'll hear the experiences of men and women, and why they believe life after death is REAL and why your life on earth is important. Join your host, Sandra Champlain, author of the #1 international bestseller, We Don't Die - A Skeptic's Discovery of Life After Death, for podcast episodes that aim to give you goosebu ...
 
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In The Next World: Extraordinary Experiences of the Afterlife (White Crow Books, 2022), historian of religions Gregory Shushan explores the relationships between extraordinary experiences and beliefs in life after death. He first shows how throughout history and around the world, near-death experiences have influenced ideas about the afterlife. Shu…
 
This is our 8th anniversary of doing our sessions together, and the second anniversary of our podcast. Jennifer and I met 8 years ago, and have been filming our conversations with the flipside weekly. Portions of the film Hacking the Afterlife has some of our sessions, our books include BACKSTAGE PASS TO THE FLIPSIDE 1, 2 and 3, and TUNING INTO THE…
 
Wisdom on the Camino - In this episode I meet Kathleen Donnelly Israel, a widow who after looking after her disabled husband for seventeen years found a new life and purpose after his return to spirit. She embarked on a spiritual journey which took her to the Camino Santiago in Spain where she began sharing experience, forgiveness and endless possi…
 
George Noory and author Rich Martini discuss communicating with the dead, how spiritual guides try to pass along messages to the living, and whether the guides are trying to give us messages to live our life or preparing us to transition to the afterlife. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Andy is joined by award winning author & NY Times journalist Leslie Kean, for over 90 minutes they discuss; Leslie’s early work on UFO’s in the media The changing landscape pre & post 2017 NY Times articles on UFO’s & their impact Researching life after death & connections to UFOs Delayed UFO report to Congress Upcoming Conference in NYC Listener q…
 
Sean Morrow (Senior Writer, More Perfect Union) wrote the Eli Lilly tweet. You know, "We are excited to announce insulin is free now"? As a type 1 diabetic grateful for his service, I wanted to learn more about the man behind the mischief. Content warning: depression, Nothing, Pete Campbell, not introspective enough, is "SNL" the New York Times of …
 
Learn about a beautiful new book that explores how death teaches us, through many varied experiences of loss, how to truly live. My guest Barbara Becker is an interfaith minister and a strategic communications consultant specializing in strengthening the voice of the non-profit community, working with the United Nations, Human Rights First, the Ms.…
 
For centuries, the Crusades have been central to the story of the medieval Near East, but these religious wars are only part of the region’s complex history. As Nicholas Morton reveals in The Mongol Storm: Making and Breaking Empires in the Medieval Near East (Basic Books, 2022), during the same era the Near East was utterly remade by another serie…
 
In this episode I have interviewed Gabriel Polley, winner of the Ibrahim Dakkak Award for the best essay published in 2021 by the Jerusalem Quarterly. Narratives of the modern history of Palestine/Israel often begin with the collapse of the Ottoman Empire and Britain's arrival in 1917. However, this work argues that the contest over Palestine has i…
 
Primo Levi and Ka-Tzetnik: The Map and the Territory (Palgrave Macmillan, 2022) is about Primo Levi and Ka-Tzetnik, both Auschwitz survivors and central figures in the shaping of Holocaust memory, who dedicated their lives to bearing witness and writing about the concentration camps, seeking, in particular, to give voice to those who did not return…
 
The writer and activist James Baldwin grew up in a majority white America that saw white American lives as standard and universal, and Black American lives as different and particular. But in his 1963 book The Fire Next Time, Baldwin showed that his life as a Black man in America was universally human. Josef Sorett is the Professor of Religion and …
 
Inspired by the lapidaries of the ancient world, Lapidarium: The Secret Lives of Stones (John Murray/Penguin, 2022) by Hettie Judah is a beautifully designed collection of true stories/essays about sixty different stones that have influenced our shared history. The earliest scientists ground and processed minerals in a centuries-long quest for a my…
 
While the story of women’s liberation has often been framed by the growing acceptance of pants over the twentieth century, the most important and influential female fashions of the era featured skirts. Suffragists and soldiers marched in skirts; the heroines of the Civil Rights Movement took a stand in skirts. Frida Kahlo and Georgia O’Keeffe revol…
 
In this episode, I interview Dr. Christina Civantos (University of Miami, FL, USA) about her open access book Jamón and Halal: Lessons in Tolerance from Rural Andalucía (Amherst College Press, 2022). This case study examines a rural town in Spain’s Andalucía in order to shed light on the workings of coexistence. The town of Órgiva’s diverse populat…
 
In mid-September of this year, a young Iranian woman named Mahsa Amini died under suspicious circumstances after her arrest by the morality police for improperly covering her hair. Her death set off a huge wave of protests across Iran – the biggest in many years. The protesters’ rallying cry was “Women, Life, Freedom,” and women have indeed taken a…
 
Primo Levi and Ka-Tzetnik: The Map and the Territory (Palgrave Macmillan, 2022) is about Primo Levi and Ka-Tzetnik, both Auschwitz survivors and central figures in the shaping of Holocaust memory, who dedicated their lives to bearing witness and writing about the concentration camps, seeking, in particular, to give voice to those who did not return…
 
For as long as humans have existed, we have struggled when a loved one dies. Poets and playwrights have written about the dark cloak of grief, the deep yearning, how devastating heartache feels. But until now, we have had little scientific perspective on this universal experience. In The Grieving Brain: The Surprising Science of How We Learn from L…
 
For as long as humans have existed, we have struggled when a loved one dies. Poets and playwrights have written about the dark cloak of grief, the deep yearning, how devastating heartache feels. But until now, we have had little scientific perspective on this universal experience. In The Grieving Brain: The Surprising Science of How We Learn from L…
 
Cathy McClive (Florida State University) offers the first full-length bilingual edition of an extraordinary treatise on childbirth written by a seventeenth-century French midwife in The Art of Childbirth: A Seventeenth-Century Midwife's Epistolary Treatise to Doctor Vallant (University of Toronto Press, 2022). In 1671, Marie Baudoin (1625-1700), he…
 
In the episode of Conversations from the Institute, we hear from Eyal Press, who is the author of Absolute Convictions: My Father, a City, and the Conflict that Divided America (2006), Beautiful Souls: Saying No, Breaking Ranks, and Heeding the Voice of Conscience in Dark Times (2012), and Dirty Work: Essential Jobs and the Hidden Toll of Inequalit…
 
Women played an essential role in the international struggle against fascism during the interwar period, though their work has been neglected in broader historiography. In Anti-Fascism, Gender, and International Communism (Routledge, 2022), Jasmine Calver provides a comprehensive history of the Comité mondial des femmes contre la guerre et le fasci…
 
Conservatism needs to be rediscovered. That is, it needs to be differentiated from the post WWII concept of liberal democracy and return to its traditional three pillars of religion, nationalism, and economic growth. And it needs to be thought of as Anglo-American conservatism, rooted in the tradition of the English Constitution going back to such …
 
Andy is here with your listener call-in show for December! There are are three calls with listeners and then a submission via voice note of a listener encounter! Topics discussed include; Sightings over the years trucking US Stronghold on the UFO topic Experience of FOI requests Encounters and much more Spotify listeners can now access premium cont…
 
1 Samuel 7 is about Samuel’s emergence as the nation of Israel’s spiritual and military leader (i.e., a judge). The contrast with the house of Eli is again palpable. The main focus of this emergence is a revival in Israel and the subsequent conflict with the Philistine where, after a long absence, God fights for Israel certifying Samuel’s status. T…
 
Agents of Subversion: The Fate of John T. Downey and the CIA's Covert War in China (Cornell University Press, 2022) by Dr. John Delury reconstructs the remarkable story of a botched mission into Manchuria, showing how it fit into a wider CIA campaign against Communist China and highlighting the intensity—and futility—of clandestine operations to ov…
 
Theresa chats to pioneering precognitive dream Professor, Carlyle T Smith, PhD, C Psych. Carlyle is lifetime Professor Emeritus at Trent University, Canada and director of Trent University Sleep Research Laboratories. He has published widely on the subject of sleep and dreams and his work has been the subject of numerous radio and TV documentaries.…
 
The British monarchy is at a turning point. Concise and engaging, Jeremy Black's A Brief History of the British Monarchy: From the Iron Age to King Charles III (Robinson, 2022) charts the very beginnings of British reign through to the longest serving monarch, Queen Elizabeth II - and looks forward to the reign of King Charles III. Much more than a…
 
Tens of thousands of Palestinians migrated to the Americas in the final decades of the nineteenth century and early decades of the twentieth. By 1936, an estimated 40,000 Palestinians lived outside geographic Palestine. Transnational Palestine: Migration and the Right of Return Before 1948 (Stanford UP, 2022) is the first book to explore the histor…
 
Games can act as invaluable tools for the teaching of the Middle Ages. The learning potential of physical and digital games is increasingly undeniable at every level of historical study. These games can provide a foundation of information through their stories and worlds. They can foster understanding of complex systems through their mechanics and …
 
It didn't always take thirty years to pay off the cost of a bachelor's degree. In Indentured Students: How Government-Guaranteed Loans Left Generations Drowning in College Debt (Harvard UP, 2021), Elizabeth Tandy Shermer untangles the history that brought us here and discovers that the story of skyrocketing college debt is not merely one of good in…
 
In Wandering Games (MIT Press, 2022), Melissa Kagen analyzes wandering within different game worlds, viewed through the lenses of work, colonialism, gender, and death. Wandering in games can be a theme, a formal mode, an aesthetic metaphor, or a player action. It can mean walking, escaping, traversing, meandering, or returning. Kagen introduces the…
 
Societies that are throwing off the yoke of authoritarian rule and beginning to build democracies face a daunting question: should they punish the representatives of the ancien regime or let bygones be bygones? In her interview, Professor Ruti Teitel talks both about these choices and more broadly about transitional justice as a field. Her book, Tr…
 
Comedy is so frequently the topic of cultural dialogue, but it is rarely taken seriously as an object of study. Comedy Against Work: Utopian Longing in Dystopian Times (Common Notions, 2022) offers a major contribution to theorizing comedy but also thinking about the particular politics of the genre today. Work is a joke and often the butt of our j…
 
Julia Richardson is an award-winning children’s book author. Today we talk with her about her debut picture book, Little Dandelion Seeds the World (Sleeping Bear Press, 2021), which won the Growing Good Kids Book Award from the American Horticultural Society and the Junior Master Gardener Program for connecting children to nature. When Julia was yo…
 
Sheikh Yusūf al- Qaraḍāwī is regarded as the most influential contemporary Muslim religious figure. His best-selling book, Al-Ḥalal wal-Ḥaram fi al-Islam ("The Forbidden and the Permitted in Islam") is perhaps one of the most widely read Islamic works, after the Qur’ān. The subject of jihad in Palestine is a salient feature of Qaraḍāwī’s thought an…
 
Seannie “Cameras” O’Grady was born and raised in the D.C. area . He cut his teeth in photography, videography, and production filming in clubs, venues, and sets around the United States. He has worked with Grammy award winning musicians like Miguel, Skrillex, and Slash (Guns N Roses), and he is currently a freelance Producer/Director living either …
 
Hi, The Best of Coast to Coast AM fans! True Crime and all it’s darkest secrets, are about to get a taste of reality. Each week on the ‘True Crime - Reality’ Caelynn Miller-Keyes (from The Bachelor) will be joined by a reality star as they dive deep into the details of a crime they have a direct connection to. The who, the what, the why and the wha…
 
George Noory replays an interview with paranormal investigator Linda Godfrey, who recently passed away, exploring her research into supernatural creatures like werewolves and flying humanoids, and debating whether they may be coming from other dimensions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Women, Mysticism, and Hysteria in Fin-De-Siècle Spain (Vanderbilt UP, 2021) argues that the reinterpretation of female mysticism as hysteria and nymphomania in late nineteenth and early twentieth century Spain was part of a larger project to suppress the growing female emancipation movement by sexualizing the female subject. This archival-historica…
 
This book cuts new ground, challenging the assumption of law as an objective concept. It draws out the way that binary frameworks situate and create the notion of the individual in law, delininating responsibilities and rights between concepts such as the state / individual, public / private, care / disability and capacity / incapacity. In The Spac…
 
The Shining: A Visual and Cultural Haunting (Rough Trade Books, 2022) is an immersive, multi-dimensional examination of one of the most famous films in cinematic history. This loose-leafed and beautifully boxed book—disguised as the ‘writing project’ Jack is typing throughout the course of the film—explores the film’s cultural legacy through exclus…
 
Dealing with the colonial archive entails acknowledging the inability to know everything, accounting for the archive’s limited and incomplete condition. Dealing with the colonial archive is not merely about stories of the past but also about the history of the present, and how it is interrupted by the past. — Irene Hilden, in conversation with New …
 
Unpayable Debt (Sternberg Press, 2022) examines the relationships among coloniality, raciality, and global capital from a black feminist “poethical” perspective. Inspired by Octavia E. Butler's 1979 sci-fi novel Kindred, in which an African-American writer is transported back in time to the antebellum South to save her owner-ancestor, Unpayable Deb…
 
When Kasimir’s Malevich’s Black Square was produced in 1915, no one had ever seen anything like it before. And yet it does have precedents. In fact, over the previous five hundred years, several painters, writers, philosophers, scientists, and censors alighted on the form of the black square or rectangle, as if for the first time. Foreshadowed: Mal…
 
In 874 CE, the eleventh Imam died, and the Imami community splintered. The institutions of the Imamate were maintained by the dead Imam's agents, who asserted they were in contact with a hidden twelfth Imam. This was the beginning of 'Twelver' Shiʿism. In Agents of the Hidden Imam: Forging Twelver Shi‘ism, 850-950 CE (Cambridge UP, 2022), Edmund Ha…
 
Helen H. Wu is a children's book author and illustrator, author of Tofu Takes Time, illustrated by Julie Jarema (Beaming Books, 2022) and Long Goes To Dragon School, illustrated by Mae Besom (Yeehoo Press, 2023). In this, our second interview, we talk about her role as publisher of Yeehoo books, and the challenge of creating books that appeal to bo…
 
This book cuts new ground, challenging the assumption of law as an objective concept. It draws out the way that binary frameworks situate and create the notion of the individual in law, delininating responsibilities and rights between concepts such as the state / individual, public / private, care / disability and capacity / incapacity. In The Spac…
 
Decolonizing 1968: Transnational Student Activism in Tunis, Paris, and Dakar (Cornell UP, 2022) explores how activists in 1968 transformed university campuses across Europe and North Africa into sites of contestation where students, administrators, and state officials collided over definitions of modernity and nationhood after empire. Burleigh Hend…
 
Women, Mysticism, and Hysteria in Fin-De-Siècle Spain (Vanderbilt UP, 2021) argues that the reinterpretation of female mysticism as hysteria and nymphomania in late nineteenth and early twentieth century Spain was part of a larger project to suppress the growing female emancipation movement by sexualizing the female subject. This archival-historica…
 
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