children

Cult of the World with Terry Patten

Group number: 
3
Ordinal number: 
10

We live in a world where it can be difficult to break away from simply accepting what we are told to do and to believe. Terry Patten explains how we can rise to meet the unique challenges of our times by using our higher consciousness to break free from the cult of the world.

Original Interviews
Host: 
Regina Meredith
Host: 
Regina Meredith
Collection: 
Open Minds
Collection: 
Open Minds
Topic: 
Science & Society
Topic: 
Science & Society
Admin rating Hubs: 
70

January 16th, 2008

Ordinal number: 
384

With guests and callers, Jesse Dylan discusses heart health and modern orphanages.

Admin rating Hubs: 
70

Philippines: The Commitment of a Princess

HRH Princess Caroline of Hanover visits the Philippine city of Manila, where authorities sweep up impoverished street children and hide them away behind walls and barbed wire.

Admin rating Hubs: 
70

Mauritania: Ely Cheikh, Child of the High Plateau of Adrar

Ordinal number: 
10

In appearance Mauretania is a parched and inhospitable land, offering nothing but physical hardship to the tribes that populate it. And yet Mauretania has a hidden spiritual richness in the way its peoples are gently united around their religion of Islam.

Admin rating Hubs: 
70

Djibouti: Ali, Child of the Alolls

Ordinal number: 
9

The small land of Djibouti, on the Horn of Africa, has always held fascination for adventurers. Hagande is a village of a thousand souls that sits just east of the Allol depression – a geological feature remarkable for its expanse of white crystalline sand.

Admin rating Hubs: 
70

Canada: Joanasi, Child of the Ice Field

Ordinal number: 
8

For eight months of every year, the world is apparently lifeless, gripped by the most intense cold. It seems nothing moves, except the petrifying wind. This is the Nunavik, a province in the great Canadian north, close to the Arctic Circle.

Admin rating Hubs: 
70

Mexico: Angelica, Child of the Chihuahua Plateau

Ordinal number: 
7

The high plateau, covered by conifer pines, dominates Mexico’s largest state – Chihuahua, home to some 50 thousand Tarahumaras, an Amerindian people still strongly bound to their ancestral traditions.

Admin rating Hubs: 
70

Madagascar: Antenaina and Brigitte, Children of Tsifota

Ordinal number: 
6

Unspoiled and undeveloped, Madagascar lies in the heart of the Indian Ocean – yet culturally it is neither African nor Asian. Its people came from India, Africa and Arabia, blending to create a unique ethnic mix.

Admin rating Hubs: 
70

Mexico: Thelma Guadaloupe, Child of Punta Chueca

Ordinal number: 
5

Some 2,500 kilometers northwest of Mexico City, not far from the American border, Mexico’s state of Sonora spreads from sea to desert to mountains. And perched on its fringe alongside the turquoise waters of the Gulf of California is the village of Punta Chueca.

Admin rating Hubs: 
70

Namibia: Maverimana, Child of the Red Earth

Ordinal number: 
4

Maverimana Bingue is 11 years old, and she is a Himba. She is living in one place at the moment, but eventually her family will move on.

Admin rating Hubs: 
70
Syndicate content
tags/GaiamTV-3.5.0.10a
Password is case sensitive.