Best Archaeoastronomy podcasts we could find (Updated September 2019)
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Check out our website! http://WWW.LOGOSMEDIA.COMLogos Media podcast with host Jan Irvin. Gnostic Media is now Logos Media - open-source, independent media that pulls you outside of the box and into the heart of cognizance itself. Topics of investigation include: education and the 7 liberal arts (the trivium and quadrivium), the mystery schools, mythology, theology, shamanism, entheogens, archaeoastronomy, politics, economics, and much more.By bringing together leading academic and independen ...
 
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Ignore decades of denial by mainstream archaeology: Flat Ogham is alive and well in Ireland. This is a quarter-hour travelogue of the back roads of Ireland in 1986-1988 in search of matching ogham styles discovered in America. The evidence gathered 3 decades ago directly contradicts the dogmatic, non-science posted in 2013 by badarchaeology.com ...…
 
Within a narrow shelter between two huge boulders of a caprock high above the Purgatory River in southeastern Colorado is a Native American equinox site known as The Pathfinder. From a natural chimney above extends a midday sun dagger much longer than America's most famous archaeoastronomical event authored by the Anasazi atop Fajada Butte in C ...…
 
In today’s episode, I speak to Dr Lisa Harvey-Smith from the CSIRO, about the Square Kilometre Array project. – What is the the Square Kilometre Array Project? – The results of the decision on where to host the project – What are the different parts of he SKA project – The Murchison Widefield Array Download MP3 of Ep 172 This episode is support ...…
 
This episode is an interview with Dave McGowan, titled “The CIA and the “Magic” of Laurel Canyon – Covert Ops & the Dark Heart of the Hippie Dream” and is being released on Sunday, December 01, 2013. This interview with Dave was recorded today.David McGowan was born and raised in the suburbs of Los Angeles, California, where he still resides. A ...…
 
During the Astronomical Society of Australia conference, I went and visited the Poster Sessions where students showcased their research. In todayâ€s episode, I speak to Sarah Bruzzese, one of the poster session presenters. Download MP3 of Ep 171 This episode is supported by the Monash Centre for Astrophysics .…
 
This episode is an interview with Walter Graham, titled “Fluoride: Killing you One Drop at a Time” and is being released on Wednesday, November 13, 2013. This interview with Walter was recorded Monday, November 11, 2013.Walter Graham was instrumental in getting fluoride out of the waters of Northern Ireland, where he lives. He led marches to St ...…
 
This episode is an interview with Kim, Dave and Freeman Burt, titled “Murrieta PD: “You Will Respect My Authoritah!”” and is being released on Tuesday, November 05, 2013. This interview with Kim, Dave and Freeman Burt was recorded Monday, November 04, 2013.In our continuing discussion regarding law and human rights, we’re back with Freeman Burt ...…
 
This is our last episode for year 5 of the Gnostic Media podcast. This episode is an interview with Szou Paulekas, titled “Vito and his Freaks” and is being released on Monday, October 28, 2013. This interview with Szou was recorded Saturday, September 14, 2013.In our continuing investigation into MKULTRA, today I interview Szou Paulekas, who w ...…
 
This episode is an interview with Michael Adams, titled “Curing MS with the Paleo Diet” and is being released on Saturday, October 26, 2013. This interview with Mike was recorded Monday, October 21, 2013.Michael was diagnosed with MS (Multiple Sclerosis) on August 16, 2009. This was after having a major exacerbation: a 5 day stay in the hospita ...…
 
This episode is an interview with Ramiel Nagel, titled “Back to Paleo: Curing Tooth Decay - Naturally” and is being released on Sunday, October 20, 2013. This interview with Rami was recorded Thursday, October 17, 2013.Ramiel Nagel is an internationally recognized author, writer and speaker on the subject of health. Ramiel's background includes ...…
 
This episode is an interview with Paul Schrader, titled “San Bernardino County’s Sheriff in Exile” and is being released on Sunday, September 29, 2013. This interview with Paul was recorded Tuesday, September 24, 2013.In 2010 Paul sought the Office of Sheriff in San Bernardino County. Despite being significantly outspent 25 to 1 by the establis ...…
 
This episode is a conversation with Freeman Burt, Dr. Tom, and John K. titled “Corporate Abortion” and is being released on Monday, October 7, 2013. This conversation was recorded Thursday, October 03, 2013. IMPORTANT POINTS ABOUT WHAT A CITIZEN is 1 WITHIN THE MEANING OF THE CONSTITUTION 2 1. A corporation has no standing in a court against on ...…
 
This episode is an interview with Dr. Tom, titled “Marriage vs. Matrimony” and is being released on Friday, September 20, 2013. This interview with Tom was recorded Friday, September 13, 2013.Dr. Tom is a psychologist by training. He worked extensively with the moral boundary problems of ministers and also with the contradictory interface betwe ...…
 
This episode is an exclusive interview with General Albert Stubblebine and is being released on Saturday, September 14, 2013. This interview with General Bert was recorded Friday, September 13, 2013.General Bert is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy (West Point, class of 52) who enjoyed a distinguished 32 year career in the U.S. Army. He r ...…
 
This episode is an interview with Dr. Rima Laibow, titled “Huxley’s Brave New World” and is being released on Tuesday, September 10, 2013. This interview with Rima was recorded Friday, September 06, 2013.Rima LaibowRima E. Laibow, M.D.Rima E. Laibow, M.D. is a graduate of Albert Einstein College of Medicine (1970) who believes passionately in t ...…
 
Mark Passio is an independent researcher, public speaker, radio talk show host, conference organizer and freedom activist from Philadelphia, PA. Mark has undertaken the task of assembling vast amounts of research in the areas of metaphysics, occultism, spirituality, symbology and consciousness studies. In 2007, Mark began presenting this inform ...…
 
This episode is an interview with Clint Richardson, pt. 8 titled “Common CORE "Education" – Enslaving your Child” and is being released on Friday, September 05, 2013. This interview with Clint was recorded Tuesday, Sept. 03rd, 2013.Clint Richardson is back for his 8th time. A protégé of Walter Burian, Clint Richardson is back for his eighth ins ...…
 
This episode is an interview with Freeman Burt and Bob, titled “Highwaymen” and is being released on Friday, August 28, 2013. This interview with Burt and Bob was recorded today, Aug 28, 2013.Excuse the delay on this episode. Burt and I had recorded this show 5 days ago but both of us had our recordings fail. So we’ve re-recorded the entire sho ...…
 
Tonight, on History So it doesn’t Repeat: We ask the question: Is America safer, now that we’re openly being spied on? We’ll discover how to check our premises, and peer into the origins, form, and function of the intelligence Community. By studying those who spy on us, we’ll uncover the root-causes of the War on Terror; and you will have the f ...…
 
In today’s episode, I talk to Dr Michael Brown from Monash University about the peer review process in science. We talk about: – What the Peer Review Process is – How the Peer Review Process helps – The issues with Peer Review – What is the issue with positive and negative scientific results? – The effects of these on the various areas of scien ...…
 
This episode is part 2 of 2, of a talk given by Sir Paul Nurse, who is President of The Royal Society in the UK, and the Nobel Laureate in Medicine or Physiology for 2001, on the wonder of science and how it enhances our culture and civilisation. He also discusses how science can not only help solve the world’s big problems, but be harnessed to ...…
 
This episode is part 1 of 2, of a talk given by Sir Paul Nurse, who is President of The Royal Society in the UK, and the Nobel Laureate in Medicine or Physiology for 2001, on the wonder of science and how it enhances our culture and civilisation. He also discusses how science can not only help solve the world’s big problems, but be harnessed to ...…
 
In today’s episode, I talk to Dr Michael Brown from Monash University about the mis-use of statistics in the public sphere, and specifically, about the American National Rifle Associations misrepresentations of data. We talk about: – The Australian context – Australian gun control laws – The subsequent experience after the implementation of the ...…
 
In todayâ€s episode, I talk to Sir Harold Kroto, who shared the 1996 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for the co-discovery of carbon-60, or Buckminsterfullerine. We continue the discussion from episode 160, and talk about – Stereotypes of scientists – Science and natural philosophy – What are non-science people interested in? – Kids as scientists – Me ...…
 
In today’s episode, I talk to Sir Harold Kroto, who shared the 1996 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for the co-discovery of carbon-60, or Buckminsterfullerine. He talked to me about the discover of carbon-60, as well as the state of science in the UK and worldwide. This is part 1 of a 2 part interview. Today’s listener of the episode is Renee Webster ...…
 
Todayâ€s episode is part 3 of a 3 part series called “Where is my flying car?â€� organised and hosted by the University of Melbourneâ€s Physics Students Society. This final episode in this series primarily includes audience questions – some of the audio is difficult to hear from some parts of the audience, so apologies for that. Hosted by Dr ...…
 
Todayâ€s episode is part 2 of a 3 part series called “Where is my flying car?â€� organised and hosted by the University of Melbourneâ€s Physics Students Society. Hosted by Dr Roger Rassool, panel members included: Dr Andi Horvath, Museum Victoria, Dr Erica Sloan, Monash Institute on Pharmaceutical Science, Tim Thwaites, Science writer, and my ...…
 
Today’s episode is part 1 of a 3 part series called “Where is my flying car?” organised and hosted by the University of Melbourne’s Physics Students Society. Hosted by Dr Roger Rassool, panel members included: Dr Andi Horvath, Museum Victoria, Dr Erica Sloan, Monash Institute on Pharmaceutical Science, Tim Thwaites, Science writer, and myself. ...…
 
There can be few questions more fundamental for a scientist’s research to address than “Is our home here on Earth unique? Or ubiquitous?” Astronomers involved in the search for – and the study of – extra-solar planets are fortunate enough to have this sort of question driving their daily activities. This episode is sponsored by the Monash Centr ...…
 
In today’s episode, I talk to Brains Matter regular, Dr Corin Storkey, from the Heart Research Centre in Sydney. He talks to us about new research into a type of sugar that could prevent heart disease! We talk about: – the patent that has been filed on a new sugar based compound – how the sugar helps fight heart disease – are these the types of ...…
 
The Ordinary Guy has contributed to another 365 Days of Astronomy podcast AryabhataBy admin.
 
In today’s episode, I talk to Dr Robyn Pickering from the University of Melbourne, with an update on the status of research regarding the discovery of Australopithecus Sedeba. Topics discussed include: – the age of the Australopithecus Sedeba has been confirmed – how the more accurate dates were determined – how does this relate to homo? – did ...…
 
In today’s short episode, OG comments on his experiences with the show for the past 150 episodes. Download Encore MP3 of Ep 150By admin.
 
In this episode, I talk to Kellie Caught, Head of Climate Change for WWF Australia, about the Say Yes Campaign. Topics discussed include: – Kellie’s background – The background of the carbon price in Australia and worldwide – Kyoto – How long has the EU had Emissions Trading Schemes? – What is the ‘say yes’ campaign? – Who is involved? – The co ...…
 
In this episode, I speak to Michael Roache, the Program Manager for Threatened Species at the World Wildlife Fund – Australia. He spoke to me about: – Michael’s background – National Threatened Species Day – How many threatened species do we have in Australia? – What are macropods? – The relationship between threatened species and the ecosystem ...…
 
In today’s show, I speak to Marita Cheng, the founder of Robogals. Topics we discuss include: – Marita’s background – What inspired her to go into engineering? – How did Robogals get started? – What are the aims of Robogals? – Who is it targeting? – What does it do at schools? – What is the international footprint of Robogals? – The skills that ...…
 
Today’s episode is a 5 year celebration of the podcast – Listener feedback for the five year anniversary – The five year anniversary competition winner A discussion on science and society at the Brains Matter 5 year celebration where we discussed: – education – inspiration – teachers – governments and their inertia in pushing science education ...…
 
In today’s episode, I speak to Dr Rosemary Mardling from Monash University on the 3-body problem and the n-body problem. – What is the 3-body problem? How does it relate to astronomy? – How was it worked out in the early days? – What was Newton’s approach to the problem? – How does the 3-body problem differ from the 2-body problem? – In our sol ...…
 
Pyramidology, an obsession in Great Britain in the 1860s, 1870s and 1880s, helped usher in the hybrid science of archaeoastronomy, though you won't read about this in the Wikipedia article. Judging past practices as pseudoscience using modern sensitivities, the collaborative authors have banished this, nonetheless, formative genesis reported here.…
 
FAIR USE in a scholarly context is claimed for this network news report that indepedently and historically verified two archaeoastronomical solar alignments with petroglyphic carvings on equinox first filmed in Scott Monahan's KRMA-TV documentary 2 years earlier.
 
Citing articles from The Atlantic Monthly in January 2000 and from the 1925 Kansas Historical Society Collections, anecdotal, archaeological and ethnographic accounts suggest Celtic sailors may have left genetic fingerprints in America before 1200 CE.
 
Authors Martin Brennan and Chas Clifton visit a solar observation site in southeastern Colorado, marking an ancient Celtic cross quarter date, ending spring and beginning summer. A thin ledge in front of a large circle carved on the sandstone cliff is the only place to witness the peculiar May 5 sunrise within a 3-sided notch defined by the hor ...…
 
The introduction and some key excerpts from Scott Monahan's local PBS documentary that broke the news in 1985 about presumed Celtic inscriptions found some 175 miles southeast of Denver. This clip includes commentary from Dr. Barry Fell, a leading proponent of Old World diffusionism and a controversial epigrapher who ignited controversy in the ...…
 
This is an abridged version of a television news report by Eve Savory, science specialist for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, which aired nearly 2 years following the premiere of Scott Monahan's "History on the Rocks" documentary on KRMA-TV, Denver. Ms. Savory requested and was provided film footage of the linguistic and archaeoastronomi ...…
 
This is the entire stereo soundtrack of the Old News documentary updated in mid-2006 with some minor narrative repairs and modifications. The only exclusions are the baroque oboe interludes of "Windmills Of Your Mind" omitted pending web rights clearance by EMI Music.
 
Present day Colorado appears to have had an attraction not just among ancient Celtic explorers. In earlier centuries, perhaps millenia, explorers from the port city of Salalah on the coast of Dhofar in present day Oman at the southeastern tip of the Arabian Peninsula, appear to have left their mark in the heart of mid-America, too.…
 
The theory that bold Celtic sailors crossed the Atlantic and navigated up the Mississippi and Arkansas Rivers to what is today the high plains of southeastern Colorado seems ludicrous to many people, particularly the academic community. But the evidence of surviving Ogham writing translatable via Old Gaelic and associated astronomical markings ...…
 
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