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This Podcast is a wide net cast across the cosmos, sinking to the depths of Psyche, and reaching for the light in myth to see how heaven can be found here, now, while you are listening. It includes conversations with the most interesting of folks and solo shows with myself, Adam Sommer. If you enjoy astrology or magic or medicine, this is your show. If you enjoy the cosmos and all the mysterious ways it manifests in our lives, you have found the place. Enjoy www.HolestoHeavens.com
 
Oh yes, it's Ladies Fright! Three people who kind of like each other tell spooky stories then try to figure out why they are so spooky. Using personal anecdotes, psychology, and sociology Loren, Maggie, and (now, with a recent mysterious return) Jackie dive into urban legends, ghost stories, and other tales that give us a good fright.
 
The Farmers' League! We talk about French Football, its top tier, Uber Eats Ligue 1, the teams playing in Champion's League, Europa League, and Les Bleus! , the national team. Every team gets a bit of love, we discuss key players, every game, transfer rumours and all the drama that comes with Frenchies running behind a ball!
 
Flee The Scene is a storytelling & gameshow comedy podcast about causing trouble and getting in trouble. Each episode, we're joined by a hilarious guest from the worlds of comedy and art to share stories and play games (for a guest-chosen charity), and everybody laughs super hard.
 
Making sense of the post-Trump political landscape… Both the Republican and Democratic parties are struggling to defend the political center against illiberal extremes. America must put forward policies that can reverse our political and governmental dysfunction, advance the social welfare of all citizens, combat climate change, and confront the other forces that threaten our common interests. The podcast focuses on current politics seen in the context of our nation’s history and the persona ...
 
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"One of the few things that both left and right can agree upon nowadays is that both the "establishment" and the meritocracy ought to be overthrown. But in all of these discussions, there's little awareness that there is a history and a scholarly literature behind these concepts. And all of that in one way or another draws upon the work of the soci…
 
Joining me on this episode is author Kiku Hughes who wrote the graphic novel Displacement, and Renn and Gina from New Suns Box. We discuss Kiku’s personal story and research, historical and contemporary administration influence, what led to the creation of the book, who the book is intended for, sci-fi and neocolonial, intergenerational trauma and …
 
Rational, logical argument is often a recipe for losing debates today. Rather, winning battled depends heavily on emotional appeals and above all seizing the cultural high ground. James Davison Hunter showed the importance of networks and institutions at the cultural center in determining society outcomes. The New Calvinism movement is an example o…
 
The ladies discuss the eerie feeling when you find out how long something as actually been around. Crocodiles look like dinosaurs but is there something in your own backyard that predates them? Like what you are hearing? Consider donating to our show. We love making this and would love to just keep getting better. Donations can help us with that ve…
 
The Gospel Coalition is the flagship organization of the New Calvinism movement. They hold their major conference every two years in Indianapolis. Since I'm now back in Indy and they were meeting in person here despite Covid-19, I decided to attend and check it out. This podcast was recorded in the middle of the conference to share a few observatio…
 
Tig Cross is the founder and CEO of Elektrom LEV, an electric bike manufacturer based right here in in B.C. Corey Burger is the infrastructure and policy specialist at the Greater Victoria Cycling Coalition, a well-established cycling advocacy organization that's successfully shaped policy in and around Victoria for years. The guests discuss a wide…
 
In this episode, I interview Rory Groves, author of the book, Durable Trades: Family Centered Economies that have Stood the Test of Time. We'll talk about what got Rory doing research for the book, what authors influenced him, and why fiat currency in an inflationary debt-based economy is destroying America. We'll discuss his family's farm, how the…
 
In this show, I'm joined by the talented and spirit-infused musician Fia. Hailing from Sweden, finding home, and songs in the north woods beyond Stockholm, she also finds time to study Astrology as well. She came to me through the web my friend Marya Stark has woven. It's a lovely little conversation. I highly recommend checking out her music as we…
 
In their book Metaphors We Live By, George Lakoff and Mark Johnson noted how our language, and very way of perceiving the world, is saturated with metaphor. We use the metaphor "Love is war," for example, when describing someone as a relational "conquest." Metaphors, analogies, etc. are a helpful and essential way of making sense of the world. But …
 
Joining me on this episode is Suzanne Park, who wrote the book Loathe at First Sight. We discuss Suzanne’s experience in the tech industry, including uncomfortable situations she encountered, as well as her research and interviews with men and women in the gaming industry, what it was like to get a tour of a gaming company, and her process and inte…
 
1:27 - Farmer's focus with Liam from the Footb'OL podcast - we cover Lens-Lyon and PSG-Lille 48:08 - This week's result 48:41 - Monaco 4-0 Metz 51:35 - Angers 1-1 Montpellier 55:01 - Nantes 1-2 Nice 57:59 - Reims 2-2 Rennes 1:00:36 - Lorient 1-0 Brest 1:03:18 - Bordeaux 2-3 Strasbourg 1:05:58 - Nimes 0-2 Saint-Étienne 1:08:47 - OM 2-0 Dijon 1:10:37…
 
Langford: Behind the Big Box Curtain. In this unique podcast experience, the Best Coast Political Podcast teams with the Capital Daily to bring listeners a revealing look at one of B.C.'s most beguiling towns: Langford. Recently voted the most liveable city in Canada (by an insurance website), it's often criticized for its endless sprawl, bland sub…
 
Polarization gets a lot of bad press today, especially among elites in academia, media and psychology. Polarization is supposedly driving Americans apart. Despite what you have heard, however, Polarization can be a powerful tool for effective communication. It's also an essential strategy for the next phase of the culture war. In this episode, I'll…
 
Join Matt and Jeremy for their discussion with youth mental health advocates, Emma Epp and Emma Hale. The have received widespread media attention for their campaign to raise awareness about and bring change to Royal Jubilee's Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES). On the social media platforms that they run, numerous former patients have shared the…
 
For years, Democrats have provided training and resources to women looking to run for office through organizations like EMILY's List. Republicans have not, and the current demographics of Congress show the results. That's one of the reasons sisters Kodiak and Ariel Hill-Davis helped to found Republican Women for Progress, which provides policy-mind…
 
In our 24x7 media and social media saturated world, it's very easy for us to spend too much time engaging in the controversies of the day and not focusing on what's important to our own long term agenda. It's said that the media can't tell you what to think, but they can tell you what to think about. Merely focusing on something elevates its import…
 
The ladies discuss the fear of becoming disfigured. Stories from the Bible to Charlie No Face of Pennsylvania all the way to the Slit-Mouth Woman of Japan. We also discuss the real-life horror of acid attacks. If you are able to, please consider donating to the following foundations who support women who are survivors of acid attacks. https://www.c…
 
In this episode, I talk with Pastor Rich Lusk from Trinity Presbyterian Church in Birmingham, Alabama, about the state of masculinity in the church today. We talk about why the church's softness on Genesis 1-3 has weakened its ability to respond to cultural issues related to sex and gender distinction, and why psychologists like Jordan Petersen are…
 
In this show, Mary Stewart Adams joins me for the first time to share her starlore wisdom earned under dark skies. She calls herself a starlore historian and her roots run deep with astrology, yet many branches have sprouted over the years through myth and storytelling, English literature, and being an activist for dark skies. She has also just pub…
 
Our relationships in life can often be characterized as organic or inorganic, as naturally occurring or as artificial, consciously chosen or constructed. Organic relationship tends to represent strong ties, inorganic relationship weak ties. Inorganic relationships are very powerful, but often can't be relied on when we need them. Organic relationsh…
 
Matt and Jeremy welcome to the podcast the Honourable Minister of State for Child Care, Katrina Chen, to talk $10/day daycare, early childhood education, and the long-standing challenges that British Columbians have faced in finding affordable, accessible child care. Matt and Jeremy solicited questions ahead of time from listeners and were able to …
 
William F. Buckley was a public intellectual, commentator, and founder of National Review, the magazine that arguably launched the modern conservative movement as we know it today. Would there even be a conservative movement without Buckley's leadership? And if so, is he responsible for the Trumpist turn Republican Party has taken? Does Buckley bea…
 
In this episode, I review Rory Groves' book, Durable Trades: Family Centered Economies that Have Stood the Test of Time. One of my favorite new books for 2021, Groves' book details the trades that were around when the U.S. was founded and that still exist today. It's a great book for men, sons, & fathers as they seek to establish durable households…
 
The Ladies are back with part 2 of Changelings! Or are they? Did they get switched for fairies? Grab your eggshells and give the episode a listen to see if you can figure it out. In this episode, the Ladies talk about some ways to get rid of a Changeling based on Irish tradition. They also discuss the real world problems this lore causes. Like what…
 
People tend to look at the compositions of bodies like legislatures or boards of directors based on attributes like party affiliation or race and gender. But there are other characteristics like professional background, geographic origin, and educational experience that are often even more revealing of how people think about the world. This can giv…
 
This is the audio edition of Masculinist newsletter #50, all about online dating. It reviews the facts revealed through various studies of online dating markets. (This issue is very chart intensive, so it is worth looking at online even though I describe the contents of the charts in this audiocast. I also discuss how online dating represents the "…
 
0:54 - Recap of the last 2 weeks: PSG sees off Barca, and Sampaoli and Genesio start their season 9:44 - Reims 1-1 Lyon 14:44 - Angers 0-1 Saint-Étienne 18:41 - Marseille 3-1 Brest 23:53 - Nimes 1-1 Montpellier 26:58 - Lorient 1-1 Nice 29:49 - Lens 2-2 Metz 33:08 - Dijon 1-3 Bordeaux 36:16 - Rennes 1-0 Strasbourg 39:48 - Monaco 0-0 Lille 42:01 - PS…
 
Our perception of time and relation to it radically shifts over the course of our lives. Our perception of the flow of time accelerates as we age, for example. It's not until around age 35 that we get the ability to intellectually and emotionally relate to the future story arc of our lives. That's when we start being able to realize that not only h…
 
Joining me on this episode is Jill Johnson-Young, LCSW who wrote the book The Rebellious Widow. We discuss Jill’s personal story, who the book is intended for, grief and loss, hospice, advance directives, and things for therapists to consider when working with survivors. Jill's Book Website: therebelliouswidow.com Jill's Website: jilljohnsonyoung.c…
 
Matt and Jeremy welcome Victoria city councillor Jeremy Loveday to the podcast to talk climate action and the circular economy. Victoria, as with so many municipalities in BC, is trying to leverage its powers to move away from the take-make-waste model of industrial production and consumption and shift towards a "circular economy," where buildings …
 
In this show, the legend Michael Meade joins us to talk about our mythless dilemma. He shares his story of how he got into storytelling, offers a candle in this dark night of the apocalypse, and even shares a story that leans into the purpose of life. I can safely say it was one of my favorite shows I've ever done. Have a listen. Michael's site: ht…
 
In this episode, we'll talk about how overload—living life without margins—is destroying men. We'll talk about why this is a bad thing, what environmental factors lead to this condition, and what it does to a man's health, hormones, and legacy. We'll also talk about real world strategies for avoiding burnout, crushing overload, and living a more fr…
 
During the Trump years, political commentator and strategist Linda Chavez held out hope that the more moderate elements of the Republican Party would make a resurgence. But the widespread denial of the 2021 election results was her breaking point, and she openly left the party. She could no longer associate with a group that embraced conspiracy the…
 
Top of the Morning (or whatever time) to ye. This episode kicks off our St. Patrick's Day 2021 special. The Ladies talk about the Changeling and the lore from ALL OVER THE WORLD about them. So grab yourself a Guinness and some corned beef and join us for this very special episode. Like what you are hearing? Consider donating to our show. We love ma…
 
Joining me on this episode is Jodi Aman, LCSW who wrote the book Anxiety...I Am So Done With You: A Teen’s Guide to Ditching Toxic Stress and Hardwiring Your Brain for Happiness. We discuss Jodis’ journey as a therapist, how the pandemic has influenced anxiety, how to rewire your brain for happiness, 5 things you need to feel better, and how to cha…
 
Conservatives have long rushed to the defense of institutions and people who are threatened, even when those people and institutions were hostile to Christianity. This was true even when conservatives were a minority movement despised by all the major organs of society. They defended the university administrators during the campus unrest of the 196…
 
1:11 - marseille 1-1 Lyon - Conversation with Sam, Australia's number 1 Lyon fan, back on he pod 4 months later to discuss the game, controversial refereeing and the end of the season for lyon 53:01 - Rennes 1-2 Nice 1:00:41 - Bordeaux 1-2 Metz 1:04:38 - Dijon 0-4 PSG 1:07:36 - Monaco 2-0 Brest 1:10:34 - Nimes 1-1 Nantes 1:15:05 - Lorient 2-1 Saint…
 
In this show, the legend Ricky Williams joins me to tell his story of how he went from being one of the greatest football players of all time to becoming an Astrologer. He also has an alliance with the wizard we know well, Steven Forrest. The two, along with an incredible team are creating a fantastic Astrology app called LILA (links below). I hope…
 
In this episode I wrap up my series on conservatism, summarizing the previous installments and encouraging conservative Evangelicals to rethink their deal with the Republican Party. Evangelicals have been the largest and most loyal voting block of the Republican Party, but have not received a return commensurate with what they've brought to the tab…
 
Join hosts Matt and Jeremy as they welcome Mike Larsen for a discussion on the terrifying realities of facial recognition software. Mike Larsen is the Director of BC FIPA -- the BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association -- and a professor of criminology at Kwantlen University. The hosts and Mike discuss the moral, legal, and philosophical d…
 
Intro - Today in the pod, PSG wins at Camp Nou and Lille loses to Ajax 4:10 - Farmers' Focus: William, co-founder of OM Australia, talks about his passion for the club, the OM Nation movement and the recent events in Marseille 1:13:42 - Brest 2-3 Lyon 1:17:18 - Saint-Etienne 1-1 Reims 1:20:18 - Nantes 1-1 Marseille 1:25:52 - Montpellier 2-1 Rennes …
 
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