aside from those, i think Ben Swann might be very interesting to listen to too.
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Tjahzi wrote:I'd love to give these people some very, very, scrutinizing questions, they deserve it éhéh
aside from those, i think Ben Swann might be very interesting to listen to too.
All would be good, and I agree, I became a Ben Swann fan after hearing him on C2C last week - excellent suggestions.
Or Jello Biafra from deadkenndy's
about the music industry.
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International explorer, photographer, author, and television host Josh Bernstein has traveled more than 500,000 miles by train, plane, bus, bike and camel to over 40 countries, exploring the biggest mysteries of our planet in pursuit of knowledge and discovery.
Josh has traced the Ark of the Covenant from the caverns of Jerusalem to the mountains of Ethiopia, searched for the Holy Grail in the bowels of Nazi Germany, and communed with tribal chiefs in the darkest jungles of the Amazon Rainforest. He has ventured deep underground with NASA scientists to explore the origins of life on Earth and has hunted with alleged cannibals by moonlight in the forests of Papua New Guinea-all in a quest to uncover some of the most fascinating mysteries of our planet. (For a complete list of Josh’s past expeditions, click here.)
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Since 2003, Josh has flown around the world over 20 times, exploring some of the greatest mysteries on our planet. He’s visited the sacred headwaters of the Blue Nile in Ethiopia on the trail of the Ark of the Covenant and descended into Nazi crypts in Germany in search of the Holy Grail. He’s collected extremophiles from the walls of caves hidden deep below the surface of the Earth and witnessed secret mummification rituals in the jungles of Papua New Guinea. From the Amazon to the Arctic to the Alps, he’s witnessed some of the most amazing things and, as a result, he has a unique perspective that he’d love to share with your group or organization.
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What caught my attention was mainly the bible mythology dealing with the ARK and the Grail.
I know many on DTV would like these sort of subjects, the survival skills and additional exploration is a plus too.
Not sure who else would be noted to bring in to talk on grail, ark, spear, shroud or the slew of other biblical mythology.
I would like a different sort of guests, like west, pye, tsarion, but these guys too (biblical peeps) are fun to listen to.
poltergeist, haunting, exorcisms etc would be fun stuff too.
Dr. Nick Begich is the eldest son of the late United States Congressman from Alaska, Nick Begich Sr., and political activist Pegge Begich. He is well known in Alaska for his own political activities. He was twice elected President of both the Alaska Federation of Teachers and the Anchorage Council of Education. He has been pursuing independent research in the sciences and politics for most of his adult life. Begich received Doctor of Medicine (Medicina Alternitiva), honoris causa, for independent work in health and political science, from The Open International University for Complementary Medicines, Colombo, Sri Lanka, in November 1994.
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Begich has served as an expert witness and speaker before the European Parliament. He has spoken on various issues for groups representing citizen concerns, statesmen and elected officials, scientists and others. He is the publisher and co-owner of Earthpulse Press. He served as Tribal Administrator/Village Planner for the Chickaloon Village Council, a federally recognized American Indian Tribe of the Athabascan Indian Nation for five years and served four years as the Executive Director of The Lay Institute of Technology, Inc. a Texas non-profit corporation. Currently Begich consults for tribal organizations, private corporations and others in a number of research areas
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re guests, has anyone had a potential guest show interest but has asked if it's for a fee or not?
Speaking only on my own behalf, I have not, but I can tell you that- as far as I know- there are no fees offered for interviews conducted here. It is strictly for open, public benefit and informational/educational purposes. Whether that's good, bad, or mixed, so far that's the way it is.
I would offer that any potential interviewee would benefit- in the case of DTV interviews- only, possibly, by gained positive public relations and additional exposure to their cause/ platform, or any expertise or information that they may have to "share" with those in our community.
That would obviously limit our potential guest interviews to those who aren't as concerned about offered fees, but at this point in time, that's where we are. Pro bono only- as is the work that moderators do here to contact and co-ordinate, produce, and interview, for these programs that we have had thus far. We're doing this for the community- with no fees involved.
I think we'd all love to "go pro," but so far, that's not in the plans. What we have discussed, is that we all want it to move forward, and to get bigger and better, so who knows what the future may bring? Small steps for now.
We do promote their interview beforehand- on site and on FB, (thanks to the video promotions and live interview recordings from some of our fellow members,) and during the interviews, we intentionally promote the interviewees' websites, and any relevant promotional information, and a lot of vocalized appreciation ( ) as a small consideration for their contribution to our site.
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