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Sunspots are highlights of the many ministries and missions happening on the surface of the Sun – That is, the Synod of the Sun. A region of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) with ALOT of dynamic and hopeful ministry happening in the name of Jesus Christ. We are Presbyterians in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas. Sunspots can be anything from small congregational ministries, regional networks to international missions. They are caused by the interactions with the Holy Spirit. Like the c ...
 
A podcast for hockey fans, both new and old. Join Deb and Erika as we deep dive into what makes hockey the greatest sport in the world. Learn the lingo, explore hockey history, and listen to commentary on the most exciting, frustrating, and heart-stopping moments of the week. We love hockey and think you will too! #HockeyIsForEveryone Our catchy theme tune is “Ephemeral” by Sunspot. Get the whole song here! Talk hockey with us! Twitter: @BeginnersPuck Email: beginnerspuck@gmail.com
 
The paranormal influence on music, art, and celebrity makes for lively discussion in this talk show featuring a rock band and their weird friends. Singer of the band Sunspot, and founder of Madison, Wisconsin’s only Haunted Historical Tour, Mike Huberty, and Wendy Lynn Staats, Sunspot’s drummer and a paranormal enthusiast, delve into the secret world of pop culture and the paranormal: Where South by Southwest meets Coast to Coast. Explore the crossover of art, music, movies, spirituality, an ...
 
ODWIRA [oh-jee’-rah] is a term from ancient Khanit and Kamit (Nubia and Egypt) meaning ‘purification’. This term is found in Akan culture with the same meaning, as the Akan are directly descendent of the ancient Khanitu (Nubians). ODWIRA, purification, operationalizes Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religion. NANASOM, Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religion, in its varied expressions (Akan, Yoruba, Ewe, Lozi, Hoodoo, Juju, Voodoo, etc.) animates Afurakani/Afuraitka ...
 
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Our friends at Sunspot wrote this fantastic new song, "Dear Diary," inspired by the "Marilyn Monroe and the UFOs" episode. Sunspot has a great catalog of paranormal themed songs, check them out at www.sunspotmusic.com And you can listen to the full episode, including an interview with Nick Redfern, author of Secret Diary: UFO Conspiracies and the M…
 
In this edition of SunSpots, we’re going back to November 14th of last year when the Network for Dismantling Racism hosted a conversation with activist, public theologian, and author Christena Cleveland, Ph.D. Today’s episode is from the afternoon session with Christena where she reflected on how the Church has responded (or not responded) to event…
 
This week our Sun keeps us watching as a filament continues a slow rise off the Earth-facing Sun. It is now traversing through the Earth-strike zone and is poised to launch. If it erupts over the next few days, it could very well be an Earth-directed solar storm so we are keeping our eyesBy Dr. Tamitha Skov
 
Tea talks to author and researcher Nick Redfern about his new book Secret Diary: UFO Conspiracies and the Mysterious Death of Marilyn Monroe, which follows Nick's investigation into a document that surfaced in the 1990s that suggested Monroe didn't kill herself but was murdered because she knew too much about government secrets, including UFOs. Tea…
 
Heidi does the "Spill the Tea" segment with Kelly Teague, who works as a death professional and talks about green funerals, thanatochemistry, the Death Cafe (and Heidi and Kelly encounter a magical deer). Tea and Heidi get pumped about the upcoming Midwest Haunters Convention and discuss squids in space, mathematical bees, a watermelon crushin' rec…
 
This week our Sun keeps us on our toes with a near Earth-directed solar storm and a "Ring of Fire" solar eclipse. Although the solar storm will go mainly east of Earth, the NASA prediction model shows a slight chance that the storm will graze us on June 11. Likely, we wont even noticeBy Dr. Tamitha Skov
 
Schroeder Used Books and Music was an overwhelming cluttered and strange used bookstore run by an eccentric woman named Alma. It was shuttered in 2015 for fire code violations. Recently a new owner opened the store for a sale to try the overwhelming task of clearing the store out so he can rent to new tenants. Tea and Miss Information read some Yel…
 
As if Solar Cycle 25 had not already started last week off with a band, we get more excitement this week! We had a large solar storm launch from region 2824 earlier this week and although it is not expected to hit Earth (it will likely graze us to the west), it nevertheless came withBy Dr. Tamitha Skov
 
Tea talks to Real-Life Superhero Denise Masino aka Miss Fit, star of documentary movie/webshow The Adventures of Miss Fit. Miss Fit has also rallied an annual charity fundraiser that benefits Saint Jude Children's Hospital for the last ten years. We talked about her life as a bodybuilder, entertainer, and all-around-person-who-kicks-ass. Then Heidi…
 
In this edition of SunSpots, we’re going back to November 14th of last year when the Network for Dismantling Racism hosted a conversation with activist, public theologian, and author Christena Cleveland, Ph.D. Today’s episode is from the afternoon session with Christena where she reflected on how the Church has responded (or not responded) to event…
 
This week our star really turns up the volume with numerous solar flares and solar storm launches all within the Earth-strike zone. There are at least two, if not three solar storms on their way, which are expected to hit later today. We could reach the G2-level by May 26 and continue storming until the…
 
Tea's Weird Week host Tea Krulos won a gold Excellence in Journalism Award from the Milwaukee Press Club for an article he wrote on "citizen journalists" capturing the Kyle Rittenhouse shootings in Kenosha on video. This file is an audio recording of Tea reading the article. You can read more about the article here: https://teakrulos.com/2021/05/22…
 
That Tea's Weird Week podcast you like is back in style! We kick off season two with an epic monster battle. Lots of small towns have a local monster legend-- sometimes based on actual sightings, others based on folklore, urban legends, or hoaxes. Tea talks to Ben Brunell, proprietor of the Hodag Store, about Rhinelander, Wisconsin's monster mascot…
 
Much like the Tampa Bay Lightning Deb and Erika are taking advantage of circumstances and letting it roll. In our case, dropping an unplanned and unscripted podcast to celebrate the official kick off of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Sorta. This ep is all about conflict: ours, Tom Wilson’s, John Tortorella’s…. But we also touch on good social media, ant…
 
Our Sun gets busy this week! We have multiple solar storms in the inner heliosphere, including one that is headed towards Mars and one that is headed towards Earth! The storm headed towards Mars should arrive sometime early on May 11th and it is driving a minor radiation storm towards that planet. This means both…
 
This week activity slows down just a bit as we watch a trio of sunspots rotate off the west limb of the Earth-facing Sun. This means the solar flux has been dipping down into the low 70s and solar flare activity has also dropped off for now. The cool thing is that we do haveBy Dr. Tamitha Skov
 
This week our Sun picks up the pace with an extended blast of fast solar wind from a large coronal hole. We have been storming over the weekend and it should continue through the early part of this week, especially at high latitudes. This means aurora photographers have a chance to catch more aurora views…
 
This week our Sun turns on the heat with multiple new bright regions emerging and several solar storm launches. The most notable bright region is 2814, which is the most complex sunspot cluster we've seen thus far in this new cycle. as such it is boosting the solar flux well into the mid-70s and atBy Dr. Tamitha Skov
 
Huzzah! Epic adventures from the realm of Milwaukee in this 2-hour season finale! Krulos the Magickal talks to writer and editor Jan Christensen about a hidden treasure (one of the first ten D&D games made) she sold to finance a road trip and Peter Ferry and Jason Clayton, creators of Factions: Battlegrounds, a "fantasy combat boardgame representin…
 
Tea talks about conspiracy theories about the ship stuck in the Suez Canal and a Masonic lodge arson rampage in Vancouver, plus a special message about this podcast. Tea and Heidi discuss news about a zombie rabies strain (plus the zombie-vampire political study), a plague doctor stalking Scotland, the saga of Salmon Dream, the worst T-shirt ever, …
 
Tea talks to Lake Monster expert Scott Mardis about the Loch Ness Monster, Champ, and his group the Lake Champlain Zoological Inquiry. Then Tea and Heidi discuss robot pick-up lines, ghost grabbin' VR games, major shrinkage, and Joe Biden-- fact or faked? Plus new trivia from Miss Information and we close out with the song "You Married a Sea Serpen…
 
Tea talks to Chad Lewis, author of the new book Supernatural Dares of the Midwest about his career as a researcher into the unknown and some of the strange dares he encountered working on his book. Tea and Heidi read some of the dumb things you did on a dare and discuss mask enforcing luchadores, a Joker-themed candidate in Japan, Amityville, cryst…
 
Tea recalls and shares audio clips from the time he and his friend Paul got a tour of the Luxury Survival Condos, an underground condo unit built in an old Atlas missile silo in Kansas, while working on his book Apocalypse Any Day Now. Then Tea and Heidi discuss news like the Irish fae folk, glow-in-the-dark sharks, a catnip dispensary, a noise mus…
 
This is a special Bonus edition of SunSpots. Today we feature a presentation by Dr. Lisa Allgood to the Indian Nations Presbytery Stated Meeting on February 27th. Dr. Allgood is both Transitional Presbyter in Cincinnati Presbytery and an immunocytochemist for nearly 4 decades. Lisa has been bringing wisdom, expertise, and practical advice to our de…
 
Zeta Zimmer talks to Tea about 5G radiation theories and ongoing fears of new technology. Tea and Heidi talk about a mosquito tornado, a gang of feral chickens, a robot police dog, the Australian Nimbinjee, occult ritual in politics (from the Nazis to Bohemian Grove to CPAC), and a recent UFO sighting in New Mexico. Plus trivia and special guest Je…
 
This week our Sun causes us to wait for some action to arrive. We have two coronal holes in view this week that will rotate into the Earth-strike zone over the next few days. These will bring some much needed aurora to high latitudes and possibly mid-latitudes during the early part of the week andBy Dr. Tamitha Skov
 
Zorth has been a reoccurring topic on Tea's Weird Week. Dr. Matthew Johnson aka Dr. J claims that he communicates telepathically with Zorth, head of the Xanue Bigfoot council. After talking about Zorth so much, we decided to give him a classic comedy roast with Milwaukee comedians Addie Blanchard, Dana Ehrmann, Matthew Filipowicz, Greg Bach, and Zo…
 
Tea talks about "Good Weird, Bad Weird," with guest panel Jess Rogge (The Rogge Report) and Shane Mields (Strange Uncles Podcast). Android138 drops a new "Lizard Wizard" beat, then Tea and Heidi talk about paranormal investigation ethics, celebrity sausages, digital sigils, fake snow, and yes, the legend finally had it coming...the Comedy Roast of …
 
Hockey, yay? Deb and Erika end their long hiatus to discuss the current state of the NHL including COVID COVID everywhere, trades that make you go “yoinks!”, outdoor games, and Crosby’s big 1000. There may also be a little bit of Tony D’Angelo schadenfreude. I mean, c’mon, we’re only human! In this ep’s “What the Puck?” we delve into the who, what …
 
Tea talks to Patch O'Furr, who runs the furry news website Dogpatch Press. Patch has dug up stories about attempted Alt-Right infiltration into the furry fandom, discussed here along with his introduction to the furry community. Then Tea and Heidi share weird news: Flat Earthers...in space? Scottish Bigfoot? Football energy rituals? New cave painti…
 
Our Sun wakes up a bit this week to bring us some gorgeous eye-candy in the shape of a snake! A huge filament, that almost stretches across the entire Earth-facing Sun is snaking through the Earth-strike zone now. If it erupts, not only will it give us a gorgeous spectacle, but it will launch anBy Dr. Tamitha Skov
 
Tea talks to performer Manuela Horn aka the "Yodeling Dominatrix" in a cheeky interview about her career that includes demonstrations of her yodeling ability. Tea and Heidi discuss weird news including a fetus who is about to drop an album, a French orgy bust, reality manipulating technology, and the many lives of Mothman (plus Android138's hit new…
 
Luchador wrestler Blue Demon Junior is running for mayor in Mexico City and Tea talks to guest Crystal Schmidt (who has "a wrestling podcast for people who don't like loud noises" called Wrestling Public Radio) about lucha libre and other politics of wrestling. Mistaloo Meff delivers an original track inspired by today’s episode, “Mucha Lucha: Enco…
 
Special guest Mistaloo Meff stopped by Tea's Weird Week to drop a track inspired by the theme of this week's episode, titled "Mucha Lucha: Close Encounters of the Weird Kind." Check out his music here: www.mistaloomeff.bandcamp.com And his comic Angry Kat: www.angrykat.com Tea's Weird Week: www.teakrulos.com…
 
UFO journalist Ryan Sprague (Somewhere in the Skies) tells us how a UFO disclosure provision got slipped into last month’s COVID relief bill. Then Tea and Heidi share weird news about "My Way" killings, monkey labor problems, a proposed Bigfoot hunting season, how hubby’s dream numbers won big, our robot overlord Sophia, a scream hotline, and speci…
 
A visit with Lisa Almon, Moderator of HMMN, and Rev. Jesse Gonzalez, Secretary, about the work and future of HMMN. The Hispanic Ministries Mission Network (HMMN) is part of the Presbyterian Church (USA) recognized as a Network of the Synod of the Sun to promote the development of a strong community among the Hispanic/Latino churches and people with…
 
Special guest Chris Tischler (CHIEF) stopped by Tea's Weird Week to sing "Soon May the Wellermen Come," a song that originates from whaling ships from New Zealand in the 1860s and has become a hit, along with other sea shanties, on TikTok this year. Check out CHIEF: www.chiefofficial.bandcamp.comTea's Weird Week: www.teakrulos.com…
 
Tea Krulos talks about the Trump conspiracy legacy (hopefully for the last time for awhile), then Tea and co-anchor Heidi Erickson talk about their favorite weird news this week, including a QAnon Bigfoot named Zorth, the exciting mayoral campaign of luchador Blue Demon Junior, mystical cats, elephant dung gin, and the popularity of sea shanties on…
 
Tea's Weird Week the podcast, episode one! Tea Krulos talks about his recent column on the Capitol Q d'etat, the most frightening conspiracy stories of 2020, and what to watch out for this year. Then Tea and Heidi Erickson talk about their favorite weird stories of the week-- monoliths, killer squirrels, black holes, state dinosaurs, the fate of th…
 
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