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They are listed here in reverse chronological order, i.e. most recent first.
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Pete Kroll has explored at some length the fakery that passes for administration and execution of justice in Ukplc and has a special interest in Council charges, notably the Council Tax. A chance to catch up on Pete's five year personal interaction with his local council, and to hear what is transpiring as ever greater numbers of men and women endeavour to defend their homes and businesses by holding public servants to account including a recent quashing of Council Tax liability orders and associated costs in the High Court.
Nick Hunt and Steve Wheeler discuss the Dark Mountain Project, a network of writers, artists and thinkers who have stopped believing the stories our civilisation is telling itself. In a world that is founded on stories of all kinds, the network encourages investigation of modern myths that define our idea of civilisation, and consideration of the imminent consequences of our beliefs.
Story-telling is more than mere entertainment. It is through stories that we weave reality.
In the furore that is the Great In or Out Debate, is it EUrope that's the problem, or is it the state of government in all its manifestations? And can we trust the EU when its representatives tell us that Mr Monsanto's glyphosate 'meets all the safety requirements … and poses no unacceptable risk to human health'?
Music, conversation and pictures celebrating this year's Fire in the Mountain Festival in West Wales. The festival is a community venture, created, presented and curated by volunteers, and is now in its 6th year. With everything needed for a perfect weekend in the countryside, and a lot else besides, Tan yn y Mynydd is a tribute to how good life and people can be. A sun-soaked, music-ridden, mutual celebration in the green pastures and dappled glades of Cymru.
Includes music from Screaming Miss Jackson and the Slap Ya Mama Big Band, Nuala Honan, The Buffalo Skinners, Mik Artistik, The Foghorn Stringband, Kidnap Alice, Heal the Last Stand and Rob Heron and the Teapad Orchestra.
The slide show that accompanies the podcast can be found here
Dr Rock considers the state of the countryside and asks why people are voting for a land devoid of insects, birds, people and food.
Later in the show Sinewave returns to discuss identity and the deceptions practised by the world management team to obtain consent.
Even political orthodoxy recognises that men and women are governed and polic(i)ed by consent. In this show Dr Rock is joined by Sinewave, a long time friend of the surgery, and self-professed former juvenile delinquent and young criminal, to discuss where and how consent is being assumed, presumed or given, and some means by which it may be successfully denied.
Return to sender, shut that door and say nothing!
Dr Rock is currently rehearsing for this year's community 'Shakespeare' play in which he will pretend to be a pickpocket, rogue and all-round fraudster. As always, he's been pleasantly surprised to find out that, whoever the Bard(s) of Avon were, they certainly knew a thing or two about names, legalese, illusion and the pliant masses. Truth as fiction, performed all over the world for over 400 years, and unrecognised by almost all. Clever, isn't it?
Dr Rock discusses health, education and the renewal of community with guest caller Unique Lee.
Simon Spaniard and Mark Moxom discuss their new website YouAndYourCash.com . The intent of the legislative mind is to rob men and women of time, energy and cash. Simon and Mark explain some of the myriad means by which this is achieved, why it is happening and how to put a stop to it.
In this final show with PeoplesInternetRadio Tao Winbush joins Dr Rock to talk about nine six-acre smallholdings that have been established in Pembrokeshire under the One Planet Development policy for Cymru. Lammas is an exemplar of productive low-impact community living which, over the last six years, has transformed an area of moorland pasture into a place of dwellings and thriving enterprise.
Later in the pod Pete the Hat of the One Planet Council joins the conversation to discuss the latest applications, and how the Council supports and informs prospective and existing One Planet Developers. Pete also runs an inspiring website called Grow Your Own Home which can be found here
'People might look at you strangely if you tell them you believe that the Sun thinks and that it truly is a celestial being. Yet this was once the mindset wherever intelligent people inhabited the planet. This understanding appeared obvious at the time, though we now unthinkingly dismiss it as naively ignorant. We might think that science taught us better … but it was the Christian church that prohibited such thoughts, banning and burning those who held them, including scientists and scholars.'
Gregory Sams, cultural change agent, macrobiotic gangster and author, joins Dr Rock to talk about his books The State is Out of Date – We Can Do It Better and The Sun of gOd – Discover the Self-organising Consciousness That Underlies Everything. Top down instructions from government and religion remain the preferred methods of organising and informing people in almost all the societies of the world. Greg proposes that the self-organising systems found in nature and the cosmos provide better models for creatively sustaining our own lives and that of our home, the Earth.
Paul Cotty joins Dr Rock to talk about contracts and especially about the substantive contractual elements contained within the, at first glance, benificent Guidelines for One Planet Development in the Open Countryside
The Guidelines state unequivocally that One Planet Developments will ' … be defined and controlled by a binding legal agreement which is reviewed and updated every five years. This should be evidenced by a management plan produced by a competent person(s). The management plan provides the contract between the One Planet Developer and the planning authority'
Can we refuse such an offer? And can a man respond? Seeking solutions.
Several recently posted short audio clips and comments from Dr Rock. Lisa Haven talks about, and Synchro reads from, the Draft Policy Statement on Family Engagement from the Early Years to the Early Grades from the US but already appearing in Scotland and Wales; Foster Gamble on murdered holistic doctors; Simon Spaniard of youandyourcash.com reveals the secret of Our Constitutional Protection From Tyranny and the Separation of Power and Robert Sproule explains a uniquely effective individual response to tyranny (and to the financial ombudsman) in robert declares war on the legal system, part 13 – banks and verifying the debt and, finally, a brief alternative solution as Simon returns to tells us the story of the Lion and the Ostrich.
The pod starts with some audio entitled No Rational Basis for Applicability of Laws in which Marc Stevens coaxes law professor Robert Diab into stating that 'laws apply because the state says so … there is no justification by argument, evidence or reason' for this presumption.
Nik Gnomic joins Dr Rock to discuss this content in a wideranging conversation that also touches on evolution, food, farming and tools, the countryside, water and why we do the things we do.
Where people are, sovereignty is. Can men and women exercise the powers and rights inherent from birth, or have we to beg for all that is rightfully ours? Dr Rock in conversation with Scotland is Free's Pat Veldon in search of real law and actual justice.
Joanne Summerscales discusses forensic dowsing and her latest field trip with the Biolocation Team investigating a brand new way of perceiving and functioning.
Biolocation is described as an effective method of analysis based on a robust scientific model of a human magnetic sensory system.
The energies sensed are diamagnetism and paramagnetism that, between them, create a complex environment containing enormous amounts of information. The sensing of these fields triggers muscle reflexes that can be conditioned to identify, locate and interpret magnetic fields.
Electric suns, hollow planets and a self-generating cosmos - further investigation of jack's predictive theory of electrobiology as applied to plants, and of the implied resonant, holographic and electric structure of everything else.
What is missing from modern scientific theory? Does ether exist? Is conscious investigation of the mysteries of life creating and projecting structures that can subsequently be studied?
This podcast is also available with explanatory animated illustrations on Freemanjack's youtube channel Electrobiology Q and A
Frank Gundry-White talks about his work at Yorkely Court Community Farm in the Forest of Dean, and with the Land Worker's Alliance which is an association of people who make their livelihoods producing food, fuel and fibre using sustainable methods. Frank explains that such an organisation is necessary to share knowledge, skills and new ideas as well as to resist policies and traditions that distribute land unfairly and deprive small-scale primary producers of resource and support. The LWA is part of La Via Campesina which addresses such challenges world-wide and claims a global membership of 200 million country folk.
A conversation with Tove Gambetta exploring the importance of trees to the environment, health and to the human psyche. Tove is sharing a message of harmony and transformation that she has learned by studying and spending time with trees. She recommends self-responsibility and equality of energy exchange as precepts to help rebalance the world and her people.
Details of Tove's e-books Fybromyalgia Recovery, What the Trees Told Me and Humanity's Real History can be found here.
Freemanjack in conversation with Dr Rock and endeavouring to unify various radical theories from cellular automata and the dawn of everything, through electro-biology, to cosmology and the electric universe. Jack's mission is to investigate and explain aspects of the natural world that are universally observed but inadequately rationalised … the result is a new world order of a wholy different kind.
This podcast is also available with explanatory animated illustrations on Freemanjack's youtube channel Electricity, the Universe and Everything Animation
Dr Rock chats with Steve Jones from the Dragon's housing Cooperative in North Wales about permaculture and co-ops. Steve speaks of creating opportunities through interaction with each other, the land and the wider environment and of different ways of owning and managing property. He is a founder member of the now well-established Chickenshack mutual housing co-op and has extensive experience in the theory and practical application of permacultural design principles.
Dr Rock considers elements of Juliet Carter's Worldbridger Ceremony presentation which was recorded at the Glastonbury Assembly Rooms on Monday, 30th November 2015. In this presentation Juliet addresses the nature of the world in which we find ourselves and how it is that recognition of the energetic and the physical as a unity is helping participants to overcome the abuse and distraction that has characterised human activity for so long.
This is the first time in 30 years of development that material has been made available in the public domain directly from Template workshops.
The banks, acting entirely for profit and posing as stores of value, were bailed out to the tune of millions because they could not meet their obligations. Having been rescued from their own manifest failures, they continue to give no quarter to the thousands of folk who, in these profoundly difficult times, are unable to maintain the payments needed to keep their families warm, dry and sheltered. It is hard to see how such behaviour is anything less than attempted murder.
In this podcast John McCann and Dr Rock discuss a viable and working solution to this challenge which has come to be known as the Official Offer. A detailed description of this solution complete with podcasts, testimonials and examples can be found at OfficialOfferMadeSimple.com
Dave Willson in a wideranging discussion about alternative energy, irrigation, food and community.
Tonight Dr Rock talks with Robert Howie-Smith, progenitor of a longstanding project which combines a PhD study of regeneration and creative community with the active reclamation of derelict spaces to create artistic opportunity for the benefit of the people. Rob now has 15 years of experience with many and varied successful creative projects to his name and is currently working to provide space for a music school in the English midlands.
Provision of creative community spaces for creative communities … what a great idea!