Monthly Archives: October 2011
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Though we marvel today at Burj Khalifa and other modern architectural feats, there are perhaps no structures in human history more amazing than the pyramids of ancient times. While the pyramids at Giza and throughout Europe remain the most famous, there are many other of this wonders of ancient engineering throughout Mesoamerica, many of which are much greater in scale than their Egyptian counterparts. But what was the significance of these pyramids? What roles did they play in Mesoamerican life?
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Staninger is joined by art historian Rick Dubov, ancient texts scholar Michael Edward, and student of ancient prophecies Davor Pacemski, to discuss the pyramids built in Mesoamerica over two thousand years ago and their possible meaning to the cultures that constructed them.
More than 3,500 years ago, Mesoamerican tribes migrated into what is now North and Central America. Along the way, they erected these pyramids as monuments to their gods, though they often also served as a temple for prayer and the hub of a surrounding city, similar to the role that castles played in Medieval Europe over a thousand years later. Though many range in size, some are enormous by ancient standards, with the Great Read the rest of this entry
Guests: “The Ghost Buster Gals” Ronnie Rennae Foster and Laura Lee Mistycah
“Are you troubled by strange noises in the middle of the night?
Do you experience feelings of dread in your basement or attic?
Have you or your family ever seen a spook, spectre or ghost?
If the answer is “yes,” then don’t wait another minute. Pick up the phone and call the professionals…”
-excerpt from Ghostbusters
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One of the most celebrated and beloved comedies of all time, the 1984 film Ghostbusters told the story of paranormal investigators who go into business as a ghost removal service. Though played mostly for laughs in movie, the idea of entity removal is very much real. So if you’re plagued by pesky poltergeists, obnoxious odors, nonsensical noises or continuous cold spots, Who ya gonna call? The Ghost Buster Gals.
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Staninger welcomes Ronnie Rennae Foster and Laura Lee Mistycah, known collectively as the Ghost Buster Gals. For over 10 years, these two friends have offered “fast, friendly ghost removal” to clients who have experienced strange happenings, smells and changes in temperature in their homes, business or even automobiles. Read the rest of this entry
Guests: Dr. Obadiah S. Harris, President, Philosophical Research Society; and Veronica Hendricks, Filmmaker.
1st hour: The writings of Manly P. Hall on The Soul in Egyptian Metaphysics and the Book of the Dead; The Pineal Gland: The Eye of God; and Melchizedek and the Mystery of Fire – AUDIO Hour 1 –
2nd hour: Discussion of these ancient mysteries as related to Egyptian Mathematics and “The Eye of Horus Effect” paper by Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1 – AUDIO Hour 2 –
No ancient civilization has excited our imagination and curiosity quite as much as the Egyptians. From the spectacular construction of their pyramids to their advances in medicine, the remnants of their civilization have fueled speculation and study of our ancient world. But perhaps their most remarkable achievement is their use of language through hieroglyphics. The meaning, dialect and structure of this advanced language is still being studied today and one of its most mysterious symbols is the Eye of Horus.
Guest: Mark J. Kaylor, VP Education and Research
Often thought of as nothing more than food, the mighty mushroom has actually been used for many years in traditional medicine in the treatment of several diseases. In fact, mushrooms have been a subject of modern medical research since the 1960s, where most modern medical studies concern the use of mushroom extracts, rather than whole mushrooms. Some mushroom extracts have been found to modulate immune system responses and inhibit tumor growth. But recent research has found that maitake mushrooms in particular can be used in treating breast cancer in women.
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This week on One Cell One Light™ Radio, Dr. Staninger’s guest will be Mark J. Kaylor, Vice President of Education and Research of Mushroom Wisdom , E. Rutherford, N.J. A former doctoral student, Mark’s life took an abrupt turn when a part-time job in a health food store awakened in him a passion for holistic health and healing. His company, Mushroom Wisdom, brings the healthful benefits of medicinal mushrooms, backed by rigorous scientific research, to
On the October 05, 2011 edition of One Cell One Light™ Radio, Dr. Staninger reported on the National Registry of Environmental Professionals Annual Technical Conference and Workshops in Las Vegas, NV. Founded in 1987, NREP is the largest non-governmental environmental education and accrediting organization with in excess of 20,000 certified professionals world-wide. NREP’s accreditation covers the environmental fields as well as homeland preparedness.
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NANOTECHNOLOGY vs. ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
by Dr. Hildegarde Staninger™, RIET-1
World of Opportunities 2011 NREP/OIP Annual Conference and Workshop, Las Vegas, NV, October 3-5, 2011
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Joining Dr. Staninger was Michael Edward, who continues to be involved in the research into the health and toxicity problems following the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil disaster. During the first hour, Dr. Staninger and Mr. Edward discussed a paper presented at the conference, bringing to light details about the “fluffy white goo” which appeared in the water and on beaches after remediation in the Gulf of Mexico.
At the conference, Dr. Staninger lectured on the topic of Nanotechnology vs. Environmental Technology, which branched over to this week’s episode of One Cell One Light™ Radio. Continuing the previous week’s discussion on the ethical implications of nanotechnology, Dr. Staninger discussed with Michael Edward the importance of health workers, environmentalists and safety workers to recognize the difference between emerging nanotechnologies and established hazardous chemicals.
Most human-made nanoparticles do not appear in nature, so living organisms may not have appropriate means to deal with nanowaste. It is one great challenge to nanotechnology: how to deal with its nanopollutants and nanowaste. As a still-developing technology that involves all scientific Read the rest of this entry