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Ancestral Kitchen

Alison Kay & Andrea Huehnerhoff

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The Ancestral Kitchen is a twice-monthly podcast hosted by Alison, a European town-dweller and Andrea, living on a newly-created family farm in northwest Washington state. Pull up a chair at the table and join us as we talk about eating, cooking and living with ancient ancestral food wisdom in a modern-world kitchen. Find us both on Instagram: Andrea: www.instagram.com/farmandhearth Alison: www.instagram.com/ancestral_kitchen Podcast theme and audio production by Robert Michael Kay, find him ...
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Whether you are new to genealogy or a practiced veteran of the craft, these short clips of information about genealogy and our ancestors should inspire and assist you in moving further on your family tree. Keep them handy when you hit a brick wall or want new inspiration for unique angles to take in your work. With each clip, you will quickly learn what you need to know and be ready to jump back into the ancestor pool with a renewed sense of purpose.
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Ancestral Awakening covers topics of becoming human again and reconnecting to ourselves and there natural world. We touch on diet & nutrition, natural movement, natural fitness. Hosted by an exvegan woman reconnecting to her wild human animal.
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From corporate to the creative life, Jessica Silverman stepped away from a six-figure career in venture capital in San Francisco to start her own venture, all inspired initially from a podcast! Learn how in this powerful show full of golden nuggets to help you learn how you can come ALIVE in your creative prowess, while creating financial + energetic flow. Each episode will help you uncover the secrets to debunking the "starving artist" myth!
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Ancestral Health Radio is a weekly podcast hosted by James Kevin Broderick and is dedicated to bridging the divide between modern technology and our inherent ancestral wisdom. Learn to realign your genetic makeup for peak health, fitness, and longevity with actionable how-to advice from today's leaders in nutrition, movement, and lifestyle.
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Makhosi Himi Gogo Thule is a Sangoma Priestess and Medicine Woman devoted to the ancient ways of healing. This podcast is an audio diary series on dreams, visions, and spirituality through examining and decoding the realms of the ancestors. If you have been inspired, appreciate the space, or benefited from this ancestral work, consider donating: https://www.patreon.com/gogothule
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Cuentos para volver a sentirnos alrededor del fuego, recordando quienes somos y qué estamos haciendo aquí. Naturaleza, magia y mucho amor. Te recomendamos utilizar auriculares para escuchar. Cierra los ojos, y disfruta la experiencia. (Cortina musical: Leo Copelli. Gráfica: Kalinda DG. Locución final: Juliana Padilla. Autora de los cuentos y narración: Flavia Carrion)
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Jewish Ancestral Healing teacher and practitioner Taya Mâ Shere engages spiritual leaders, artists, activists and visionaries on their journeys of ancestral healing, embracing resilience, and ancestor reverence practices rooted in Jewish traditions and counter-oppressive devotion. May this offering be a portal of connection, that we may root in positive resource, remember ancient ways, reclaim and innovate new possibilities, and be deeply nourished by the well of our loving and wise ancestors.
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Welcome! Here you will find information on Family Constellations, Ancestral Healing, Coaching and how to heal so you can enjoy your life to the fullest. Liza Miron’s passion is to see people grow, develop, and connect to a higher level of awareness, leading to more health, joy, and abundance in their lives. Liza works with clients using different healing methods that include Family Constellations, Coaching, EFT, NLP, and meditation. Where to find Liza: * Website - www.coachingandconstellatio ...
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"You are not depressed, you are distracted." In this podcast, the Shaman and Physician Dr. Johnathan Flores dives into the mysteries of human nature, with a fresh perspective thanks to his Shamanic background (Ayahuasca and Huachuma Cactus). Each episode, Dr. Flores will provide you with practical tools to increase your awareness. Offering live coaching sessions guiding patients through reconnecting with their true being, solo podcast, and interviews. Thus nderstanding and releasing with joy ...
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Hoodoo Cast is a podcast for authentic Hoodoo, which is Akan Ancestral Religion in North america. Hoodoo is not an “amalgamation of various African traditions” combined with pseudo-native americanism and/or european pseudo-occultism. Hoodoo is specifically the Ancestral Religion of Akan people from the region of contemporary Ghana and Ivory Coast, West Afuraka/Afuraitkait (Africa), preserved in our spiri-genetic blood-circles for over 300 years in North America. Spiritual cultivation, our ca ...
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https://ancestralfindings.com/the-state-capitals-tennessee Nashville is the capital city of the state of Tennessee. It has a long history of habitation by humans, going millennia back into prehistory. The Europeans came much later, turning Nashville into one of the wealthiest cities in the southern United States. This is what you need to know about…
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Corey and I wanted to share our thoughts on the three, wonderful episodes we recorded with Mary Ruddick, Deborah Macnamara, and Sally Fallon Morell. We dove into the key takeaways from our conversations with each guest, explored how each episode resonated with our own personal parenting philosophies, and even shared a little behind the scenes snipp…
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Do you cook with millet? I do and I love this ancient grain for the fact that it is super sustainable, very economical and, being gluten and lectin free, really easy to digest. In this episode we dive in to the ancestral grain millet. We will talk about what it is, why you'd want to include it in your diet, how to cook it and I then I will go on to…
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Just popping on to let you know I am taking a mini break for the month of April to focus on some fab new creations for the podcast that will come ALIVE in May, my birthday month! 🌈 In the meantime, listen to Ep. 95: How to Find Emotional Freedom + Dance with the Divine (and any other episodes that pop out at you!) I will be highlighting my FAVE epi…
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Today's episode explores a topic that's as fascinating as it is complex: kissing cousins. The phrase might conjure images of old-world aristocracy or forgotten rural traditions, but as we'll discover, its implications reach far into our past and present. So, please make yourself comfortable as we explore the intricacies of close-knit marriages and …
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Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/the-state-capitals-texas/ Austin is the capital of Texas, the US state. It has a long history of human habitation and an interesting history as first the capital of Texas as an independent nation and later as the capital of Texas as a state.Oleh Ancestral Findings
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Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/the-state-capitals-utah/ Salt Lake City is the capital of the state of Utah. It is situated in a dry, arid valley that had very few Native American inhabitants when LDS church members arrived there to settle the place. The church's practice of polygamy kept it from achieving statehood at first, but state…
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Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/become-a-better-researcher Are you trying to get past a genealogical brick wall? Are you stuck in your research on a family branch and feel you are going around in circles? It is time to elevate your research skills. Even pros can do it. Here are six tips to make you a better researcher.…
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Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/american-folklore-washington Washington is a state in the northwest of the United States. It has a long history of human habitation. One of the oldest human skeletons in North America was found there. Europeans are not known to have discovered it until the late 1700s. Washington has some unique folklore.…
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Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/good-genealogy-days The good days in genealogy are those moments of discovery and connection that remind us of the enduring power of family history to unite us. These moments are treasures, gifts from the past illuminating our present and connecting us in profound and meaningful ways. So, here's to more …
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Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/10-must-genealogy-projects-april/ Are you looking for some productive genealogy projects to do in April? As the first full month of spring, April offers some interesting and unique genealogy opportunities that just don’t fit in as well during other months of the year. If you want to stay on top of things…
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Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/bad-genealogy-days Today, we’re focusing on a challenge familiar to many—encountering “brick walls.” These obstacles, which often appear insurmountable, can halt the progress of even the most enthusiastic family historians. Today, we're here to share strategies, stories, and a dose of encouragement to he…
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Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/what-is-up-with-the-changing-date-of-easter Is it confusing for you to determine when Easter will be every year? You’re not alone. Most people would have no idea if they didn’t consult their calendars or the Internet. But there is a way to do it manually. Here is how Easter is calculated and how it came …
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Corey and I were thrilled to interview the president and co-founder of the Weston A. Price Foundation, Sally Fallon Morell. In this episode we delve into the history of when Sally first read Nutrition and Physical Degeneration, her inspiration for writing Nourishing Traditions, and then how she started the foundation. We touch on how she fed her ki…
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Podast Notest: https://ancestralfindings.com/the-state-capitals-vermont Montpelier is the capital of the state of Vermont. It was visited by European fur traders as early as four centuries ago. Those interactions indirectly wiped out most of the area's Native American inhabitants. Though it is the least populous state capital, Montpelier has a ton …
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Feeding babies and children a nutrient-dense ancestral diet is something that many moms have questions about. Whether the questions are "how do I start my child off on the right foot" or "I have older kids and we are just coming to this ancestral diet now - help, how do I transition them to this good food!" - these are things that we think about. H…
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Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/the-state-capitals-virginia/ The city of Richmond is the capital of the state of Virginia. It was the traditional home of the famous Powhatan Native American tribe that produced Pocahontas. It was also one of the earliest English settlements in North America. Richmond has been an important location in Am…
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Are you the woman that is expected to hold it together, where all of your energy is consumed in the everyday? The type of woman who has wild dreams, but your obligations are overpowering, and those beautiful dreams stay on the backburner of your heart's greatest longings? If so, this episode is for you! In one of my MOST cherished conversations on …
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Mike and Roman read Jon Becker's article on confidence, or in this case, "Tomfidence." The article focuses on PTQ player Tom Kelleher and why he had such outstanding confidence in competitive Magic tournaments. Mike and Roman examine the question of not why should you have confidence, but rather why shouldn't you? Original article: https://articles…
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Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/the-state-capitals-washington/ The city of Olympia is the capital of the state of Washington in the United States. With a Native American history in the area going back centuries, the Olympia area is in a highly desirable location for fishing and farming. European settlers reached it late in North Americ…
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Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/the-state-capitals-wisconsin/ In this episode, we journeyed to Madison, the esteemed capital of Wisconsin. With a rich history dating back to the early 1800s, Madison has played a pivotal role in shaping the state's cultural landscape. Let's delve into what makes this city truly unique and cherished.…
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https://ancestralfindings.com Let's explore the fascinating world of George Eastman, where innovation and philanthropy meet to create moments of inspiration. Join me on a journey through his extraordinary life, from humble beginnings to groundbreaking inventions. As someone who has personally explored the Eastman estate museum, I invite you to disc…
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Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/beware-the-ides-of-march/ Ever wondered why the Ides of March carries such a mysterious aura? Join us on a journey through time as we unravel the stories and secrets behind this infamous date. It’s history like you’ve never heard it before. #Genealogy #AncestralFindings #GenealogyClips…
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This is such a good episode and divine reminder from March 2023, I wanted to bring it back. The message is still potent. ____________________________________ For centuries, women and the feminine embodiment have been silenced, and our voices not heard. Society runs on masculine energy, seeking logic and what can be seen as the only proof of existen…
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In this episode, we interviewed Dr. Deborah MacNamara, author of the book: Nourished– She talks about how food has been divorced from connection and it was never meant to be this way. In today’s society, we are worrying too much about WHAT to feed our families and forgetting to focus on our relationships. If you are a mama struggling with obsessing…
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We get a lot of questions about butchering chickens over here on the podcast, and those questions range from “I have a backyard flock and I would like to be able to cull a few hens and some roosters every year,” all the way up to, “We are planning to raise enough meat birds for ourselves and our neighbors and we need to know what tools we need to g…
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https://ancestralfindings.com/the-story-of-black-rosies-and-their-pioneering-role-in-wwii/ — Step into the shadows of history and explore the untold stories of American women whose efforts reshaped World War II, challenging the iconic Rosie the Riveter. Join me as we unveil a saga of resilience and resistance. Rediscover the history forgot. Genealo…
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https://ancestralfindings.com/the-making-of-a-spy/ — The global stage was fraught with tension and unpredictability as the world teetered on the brink of World War II. In an era where societal norms largely confined women to the home, the extraordinary story of Virginia Hall emerged, defying and transcending these constraints to etch her mark on hi…
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Wisconsin has been inhabited by humans for thousands of years. At that time, it has racked up plenty of folklore tales. Some are ancient tales, some are more modern, but all are intriguing. Here are some of the highlights of Wisconsin folklore. Genealogy Clips Podcast https://ancestralfindings.com/podcast Free Genealogy Lookups https://ancestralfin…
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If you've felt like there's more to life, but unsure of how to connect to Spirit or trust the signs, this episode will light the way! Destiny Hwang shares her Shamanic wisdom and secrets on how to deepen and trust your connection to Spirit, and your guides. Trusting your inner knowing can be challenging, especially in the world we live in with over…
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Wyoming is a very large state, land-wise, but is the least populous people-wise in the United States. It has many fascinating geographical structures and a long history of Native American habitation there. As might be expected from a place like this, Wyoming has a lot of unique and weird folklore associated with it. Here are some of the highlights …
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Let’s explore history as we discuss why visiting historical sites offers an immersive experience unmatched by just reading alone. Genealogy Clips Podcast https://ancestralfindings.com/podcast Free Genealogy Lookups https://ancestralfindings.com/free-genealogy-lookups Historical Postcard Giveaway https://ancestralfindings.com/postcard-giveaway/ Gene…
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Let's explore the benefits of reading habits for genealogists and historians. Do you have good reading habits? Join me and discover how broadening your literary spectrum can enrich your understanding of history and aid in building a personal library that supports your intellectual journey. Genealogy Clips Podcast https://ancestralfindings.com/podca…
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https://ancestralfindings.com/leap-days-in-our-lives/ Discover the fascinating history of leap days and how they were introduced to align calendars with the seasons. Dive into the journey from ancient Rome to our modern-day calendar. Genealogy Clips Podcast https://ancestralfindings.com/podcast Free Genealogy Lookups https://ancestralfindings.com/f…
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In this episode we have the privilege of exploring the fascinating realm of ancestral wisdom with Mary Ruddick. Mary shares her experiences living with the last of the traditional cultures and what she has learned from them. We discuss connection to nature, communal living, family structures, male and female roles, and how to apply the wisdom of th…
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Your inner child longs to come alive in your creative spirit. Yet we live in a world that overemphasizes the power of form and technique over living in the play, or creating just for the sake of the person you become along the way. In this episode, Sheryl Benjy shares how her art is more than just the tangible piece she creates, but more of a movin…
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We asked for your questions on bone broth. And man, did you send them in! Today's episode is dedicated to answering all the questions we received about the wonder that is bone broth. We will cover sourcing your bones, what types of bones to use, cooking broth – including equipment, timings, add-ins, how to make your broth thicker, thinner, stronger…
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https://ancestralfindings.com Settle in as we journey to a site steeped in the ebb and flow of North American history. Located at the mouth of the Niagara River, this fortress offers a panoramic view of Lake Ontario and an even broader view of the past. Let's walk through the gates of this historic fort and explore the narratives etched into its wa…
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Your inner child longs to come alive in your creative spirit. Yet we live in a world that overemphasizes the power of form and technique over living in the play, or creating just for the sake of the person you become along the way. In this episode, Sheryl Benjy shares how her art is more than just the tangible piece she creates, but more of a movin…
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https://ancestralfindings.com/lovers-leap-a-tale-of-tragedy-and-legend/ Perched high on the limestone bluffs overlooking the winding Mississippi River, the quaint town of Hannibal, Missouri, harbors a poignant story etched into its rugged landscape. This is the story of Lover's Leap, a narrative of love, loss, and legend spanning generations.…
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https://ancestralfindings.com/bob-waldmir-the-free-spirit-of-route-66/ Bob Waldmire was a proponent of living on the road, and his preferred route was the iconic Route 66. Waldmire was an artist and a traveler who captured the beauty of his life on the road through a unique lens. His journey was immortalized in a customized VW Bus and a series of m…
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