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Best 8th Kind podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best 8th Kind podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The Human Kind Podcast is a new 12-part podcast series hoping to shine an intelligent, peaceful, informative light on race relations throughout the country. We record at the iconic Delicious Vinyl Radio studio in the heart of Los Angeles. This is a grassroots, informational piece that pairs various members of the community including rap artists, political refugees, race relations specialists and stay-at-home moms discussing race per their own experiences and opinions. The goal of the podcast ...
 
Weekly roundups and quick takes on the news in the world of children’s literature every Tuesday morning. Each week a special guest will join All the Wonders contributor Corrina Allen to talk about all things exciting and new in the world of children’s literature - from picture books to middle grade, graphic novels to novels in verse. They’ll also discuss movies, games, and news related to children and the stories they love.
 
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Despite having a feared reputation, could the US Military be at risk of being rapidly overwhelmed by a foreign enemy? On this warfare technology themed episode we discuss secret satellite wars, aircraft carrier destroying missiles and hidden technologies of the next stealth war like China’s “Assassin’s Mace”. It’s not all doom and gloom in our Plus…
 
Recently, I posted on social media about my oldest daughter becoming our first homeschool graduate. I’ll admit to being a proud mama. I think for a lot of us homeschooling our kids, we hear that it works, we are told colleges want homeschoolers– are actively seeking out homeschoolers– but we still are a little nervous. We wonder if we’ve prepared t…
 
The belief in science plays a crucial role in our modern society but what if that science is flawed? On this episode the discuss some of the most disturbing faked scientific findings and the trusted organisations that covered for them. We then head into the Great Pyramid in our Plus+ extension and hear the story of the invocation of the “Era of Hor…
 
This week we go raiding the mysterious Tomb 55 and uncover a Mummy that raises questions about a unique period of Egyptian history. We then start calculating the grand cycles of time to figure out when the Kali Yuga will conclude and usher in a new Golden Age (and possibly Mole People) before uncovering a pattern of decline that can be traced back …
 
This week, I’m thrilled to chat with Greta Eskridge about how we can adventure with our kids – yes, even now! Greta Eskridge and I discuss how books can be the conduit for adventuring with your kids, no matter your circumstances or your resources. In this episode, you’ll hear: all about Greta’s new book, Adventuring Together how even small adventur…
 
For anyone new to the world of ufology, the “nuts and bolts” explanation comfortably describes it. However when you start to unravel the myriad of encounters you discover the bizarre elements that plunge into the depths of the human mind. We discuss some of these highly unusual UFO encounters and the psychic elements induced by them. Then in our Pl…
 
Join us on the first episode of a new season of Mysterious Universe as we discuss the tale of a retired Navy Seal and his interactions with the dark forces behind the global elite. According to the military veteran there are shadowy entities behind the world’s security organisations recruiting military specialists to carry out their evil objectives…
 
Why read aloud to kids who can read themselves? It’s a fair question. Not many of us remember parents or teachers reading to us once we were old enough to read on our own. But the benefits of reading aloud to kids who are old enough to read themselves are numerous. That’s what we’re tackling in this episode of the Read-Aloud Revival podcast. In thi…
 
Encounters with unrecognised abilities such as telepathy, precognition and subtle energy are more common than many of us realise. While interpreted in different ways by different cultures, the core essence of these experiences is the same. On this episode we discuss some extraordinary Tibetan spiritual encounters and peek into a world that is as ba…
 
In today’s episode, I’m answering several of your questions about audio books for kids. Let’s talk favorite narrators, whether audio books hold you children back from learning to read on their own, and more. In this episode, you’ll hear: how to choose winning narrators whether it’s holding our kids back to let them listen to lots of audio how I han…
 
Life in pioneer times was hard enough without encounters with surviving saurians, giant prehistoric armadillos, mastodons, cave bears, and a bevy of other prehistoric monsters. Yet that is exactly what some came to experience in a collection of very odd encounters. We take a looks at some of these reports and hear stories of the land that time forg…
 
Could secretive government agencies contain even more secretive hidden factions tasked with intercepting time travellers? On this episode we discuss some wild time travel stories from Soviet Russia before journeying to a Mongolian monastery said to contain the “Healing Snakes of Immortality”. Then in our Plus+ extension we discuss the incredible st…
 
In today’s episode, I’m answering your questions – from reading to separate age groups and how to make time for that (!), to what to do if summer reading programs make your kids want to read LESS… In this episode, you’ll hear: when summer reading programs aren’t useful how to handle a drop in comprehension when kids start reading longer books ideas…
 
Mention Bigfoot to most people and believer or not they will most likely assume that they are flesh and blood creatures. However, for many who have had interactions with such beasts the high strangeness factor suggests something metaphysical about them that crosses over with realms of the paranormal and is deeply rooted in mythology. Josh Cutchin a…
 
The barriers that prevent us from moving into other realities may be more permeable than we realise. Past lives and parallel dimensions collide on this episode as we discuss the experiences of a man who claims to have encountered a time portal in a German forest before travelling to other realities. We also chat about fire entities, cursed ancient …
 
We know that we want our kids to love to read. And it’s important (really important!) to give them the best chance fall in love with books. That’s why so many of us get worried when we have a child who doesn’t love reading. It’s a valid worry. What can be done about it? On today’s episode of the podcast, I share ideas for what to do when your child…
 
Jim Bruton has lead an incredible life, from braving the wildness of some of the most remote locations on the globe to inventing the satellite videophone there isn’t much that he hasn’t seen. However his globetrotting couldn’t prepare him for the most fascinating journey he was going to experience after a plane crash brought him to the brink of rea…
 
With a doctorate in molecular biology, Dr. Judy Mikovits has been involved in cutting edge viral and vaccine research. At the height of her career she helped turn the deadly tide of the HIV pandemic into a manageable disease. Sadly today, Dr. Mikovits career is in ruins and her life has been destroyed, all because she discovered a deadly hidden sec…
 
In today’s episode, I’m joined by the woman who recently faced the daunting challenge of updating Jim Trelease’s much beloved Read-Aloud Handbook. Cyndi Giorgis takes us behind the scenes of updating The Read-Aloud Handbook, and some of the interesting (and most surprising!) bits what she learned during the process. In this episode, you’ll hear: wh…
 
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Rendlesham Forest incident and the frightening events surrounding that night remain enshrouded in a fog of mystery. Nick Redfern however has a new theory on what occurred and its refreshingly compelling while being even more disturbing than could be imagined. We discuss his theory and take a look at the e…
 
Some leading researchers in the ufological field claim that humanity has faced and continues to engage in a hidden cold war with extraterrestrials hell bent on stopping humanity flooding into space. We discuss reports of space vehicle disabling ET satellites, electromagnetic astronaut murder and the strange infiltration encounters. We also hear the…
 
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