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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 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 here: http://ancestralkitchenpodcast.com Podcast theme and audio production by Robert Michael Kay, find him at www.robertmichaelkay.com
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Ancestral Findings - Genealogy Podcast

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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

River

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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

James Kevin Broderick

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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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Join me as we explore the life of Ulysses S. Grant, the eighteenth President of the United States. Discover how this Civil War hero navigated the tumultuous Reconstruction era, faced economic challenges, and battled corruption. Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/ulysses-s-grant-the-general-president…
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The collective energy in the cosmos right now is INTENSE, and empaths and highly sensitives especially feel this. I wasn't physically able to record last week + release an episode because of this, and dedicated this episode to sharing my experience giving light and reality to our collective exhaustion, and how to recover with compassion, grace, and…
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Use code: nourishthelittles15 for 15% off your order of Birthright Supplements. Both Corey and I take Bloom and Revive and love the changes we have felt while taking them. In this episode, Corey and I sit down with the founder and formulator of Birthright supplements, the only whole food, animal based women’s prenatal currently on the market. Amy s…
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Megan is a podcast listener, turned podcast patron, turned podcast admin! She is now working for the Ancestral Kitchen Podcast and it has been so wonderful having her helping Alison and I out. This is a very special episode that we recorded just for patrons of the podcast, and it went up on a private podcast feed where we have over 80+ episodes tha…
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Explore the life of Andrew Johnson, the seventeenth President of the United States. Discover how this self-educated tailor rose to the highest office in the land, faced the immense challenges of Reconstruction, and became the first president to be impeached. Let's dive into the life and legacy of a leader whose presidency was marked by conflict and…
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With the dog days of summer and the month of July approaching, you may be thinking of some genealogy projects to occupy you during the long, hot days coming up. The good news is that there are plenty of things you can do in July that are outside of the average genealogical research you do, and these things should keep you occupied and entertained w…
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New to genealogy? Learn the 9 key questions you should ask yourself before delving into your family tree research. Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/9-questions-to-ask-yourself-before-you-start-researching-your-family-tree/Από τον Ancestral Findings
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Explore the legacy of Abraham Lincoln, the great emancipator, and his impact on the abolition of slavery in the United States. Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/abraham-lincoln-the-great-emancipatorΑπό τον Ancestral Findings
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Join me today as we delve into the tumultuous presidency of James Buchanan, the fifteenth President of the United States. Discover how his support for the controversial Dred Scott decision and the ongoing conflicts over slavery and sectional tensions set the stage for the Civil War. Let's explore the intriguing and complex life of a president who s…
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Experience the power of conversation in genealogy research. Learn how one chat completely transformed a researcher's approach and understanding of their family's past. Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/the-conversation-that-changed-my-life-in-genealogy-researchΑπό τον Ancestral Findings
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Explore the extraordinary journey of the USS Benevolence, a World War II hospital ship dedicated to repatriating American POWs from Japan. Discover its impactful role in Operation Magic Carpet; the challenges faced, and the enduring legacy of compassion and resilience it left on U.S. military policy and humanitarian efforts. Podcast Notes: https://…
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Brace yourselves folks, this episode is a tough one! If you are interested in learning more about the truth behind school lunches, glyphosate, and GMO’s then this episode is for you. Zen Honeycutt is the founder of Moms Across America and author of the book Unstoppable. She shares with us her story of fashion designer to holistic health advocate an…
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Are you hard on yourself? The harsh inner critic is very common for women caregivers, especially empaths and highly sensitives in the spiritual and recovery communities. What started as resonance in response to a post on Instagram has led to a beautiful connection + kindred spirit with my guest in this episode, Kelly Greene. She came into my life a…
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So many of us come to ancestral foods because of our own or our family’s health. We’ve tried what the mainstream medical model has to offer and we’re done with it. We want to look for and work with alternatives. And that journey can be a lonely and fraught one. The world doesn’t provide much support for taking this road less travelled and yet, when…
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Have you ever considered using Missing Persons notices in old newspapers to search for your missing ancestors? Their contemporary relatives did. When people moved and lost touch in the days before telephones and reliable mail, they turned to this to find their loved ones. Here’s how you can do the same for your ancestors. Podcast Notes: https://anc…
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You want to take your research further but seem stuck at a brick wall on the line you're working on. It's a frustrating fact of genealogy that nearly any genealogist will encounter at some point and probably more than once. When you get to the point where you don't know where else to look for clues, you may be tempted to give up on that line, but d…
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Franklin Pierce’s story is essential to understanding the complexities and challenges of pre-Civil War America. It highlights the nation’s divisions, ambitions, and enduring quest for unity. Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/franklin-pierce-the-tragic-presidentΑπό τον Ancestral Findings
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Join me today as we explore the life and legacy of Millard Fillmore, the thirteenth President of the United States. Discover how this self-made man navigated the turbulent political landscape of the 1850s, enforced the controversial Compromise of 1850, and played a pivotal role in opening Japan to Western trade. Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfind…
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Are you hard on yourself? The harsh inner critic is very common for women caregivers, especially empaths and highly sensitives in the spiritual and recovery communities. What started as resonance in response to a post on Instagram has led to a beautiful connection + kindred spirit with my guest in this episode, Kelly Greene. She came into my life a…
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Learn about Zachary Taylor, the soldier president who rose from a frontier upbringing to a distinguished military career. Discover the story of this resilient and no-nonsense leader. Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/zachary-taylor-the-soldier-presidentΑπό τον Ancestral Findings
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While feelings can be fleeting, the resonance remains and lives inside our bodies, our hearts, and our minds. Trauma is the body’s response to a lived experience that was not processed, causing emotional distress + living inside your own mind! In this episode, I speak to how to let go and live and find emotional freedom through 6 tangible tips that…
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James K. Polk's story is a fascinating chapter in the broader narrative of the United States, reflecting the nation's ambitions, struggles, and enduring quest for growth and identity. Podcast notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/james-k-polk-the-expansionist-presidentΑπό τον Ancestral Findings
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Nestled in the mountains of West Virginia, just a four-hour drive from Washington, D.C., the Greenbrier offered a perfect blend of accessibility and seclusion. Its location deep in the mountains provided a scenic escape from the capital and added a layer of natural defense against potential nuclear fallout. The mountainous terrain, with its peaks a…
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In this podcast we celebrate and share ancestral food…the things that our great grandmothers, and their great grandmothers used to do. The wisdom we can gather listening to and reading the stories of their work has the power to change our modern day food world. In this episode Andrea and I will put out a call for you to send us your own ancestral s…
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Discover the captivating tale of Zona Heaster Shue, whose mysterious death led to an extraordinary trial. This story weaves elements of love, betrayal, and a ghostly visitation, ultimately bringing a killer to justice. Podcast notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/the-haunting-trial-of-zona-heaster-shue…
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Did you know Father’s Day has roots in the early Middle Ages, just after the fall of the Roman Empire in Europe? Churches celebrated a version. But, it took until the 1970s for it to become a nationally recognized holiday in the United States. Here is the story of Father’s Day. Podcast notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/the-history-of-fathers-day…
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Today, let’s Explore the fascinating story of John Tyler, the unexpected president. From his early life in Virginia to his rise in politics, uncover the legacy of this influential figure. Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/john-tyler-the-accidental-presidentΑπό τον Ancestral Findings
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If you're feeling unsettled, get grounded with me in this Gemini season where I unravel how to find yourself back on solid ground. With so much uncertainty in the world, and the instability of what tomorrow can bring, it can be easy to spiral, especially when we are in the season of an Air sign in Gemini. If you have been through trauma, or just a …
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William Henry Harrison's story is a compelling chapter in the broader narrative of the United States, reflecting the nation's growing pains, frontier spirit, and the enduring quest for leadership and identity. Podcast notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/william-henry-harrison-the-brief-presidency-and-lasting-legacy…
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Baton Rouge is the capital of Louisiana. It has a long history of human habitation and a rich and multi-layered European and African settlement history, making it unique among American state capitals. Here is what you need to know about the intriguing Baton Rouge. Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/the-state-capitals-louisiana/…
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Oklahoma City is the capital of the state of Oklahoma. It was the home of Native American tribes and was originally set apart by the US government so Native Americans could live. The government opened it up to American settlement in 1889, and oil was discovered there in 1928. This is the intriguing story of Oklahoma City. Podast notes: https://ance…
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Salem is the capital of the state of Oregon. It has a history of human habitation going back hundreds of years. Europeans didn’t show up there until fairly recently. When they did, Salem quickly became a large and important city and eventually the capital of Oregon. Here is what you need to know about Salem. Podcast notes: https://ancestralfindings…
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Martin Van Buren's life and presidency offer a fascinating glimpse into a critical period of American history, marked by economic upheaval, political transformation, and the ongoing struggle to define the nation's identity. His contributions to the political landscape and his role in shaping the future of American democracy make him a significant f…
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In this episode we discussed lunches. We talked about packing lunches, how to make nutrient dense lunches, how to transition from SAD lunch foods to cleaner options, and who to contact if you are interested in making a difference in your school’s lunch program. What CAN I Eat?! - Mini Series Episode 7: What CAN I Eat?! - Breakfast Edition Episode 9…
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Being human can be challenging, especially in light of the global shift over the last 4 years. How can we embrace these changes with grace, and not pressure ourselves to live up to cultural standards that are honestly, unattainable and rooted in the presumption that you, as you are, is "not enough"? In this episode, my guest, JodiGolda Komitor, unr…
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Learn about Andrew Jackson, a true American hero. His story is inspiring, from his tough childhood to his resilience and lasting impact on our nation. Podcast notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/andrew-jackson-the-peoples-presidentΑπό τον Ancestral Findings
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What about cooking and eating ancestrally when you're in times of turmoil, or busy chaotic times - like having a new baby, or when people are sick, or when you're moving across countries! In this episode Alison and I are going to talk about all of these things because we are going through all of them. We will share some of our strategies and plans …
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John Quincy Adams’ story is one of dedication, resilience, and a profound sense of duty. His contributions to the early Republic and his unwavering commitment to justice and equality make him remarkable in American history. Podcast notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/john-quincy-adams-the-diplomat-president…
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Providence is the capital of the state of Rhode Island. It is one of the oldest cities in the United States and was created as a haven for religious dissenters from the Puritans of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Since its founding, Providence has been an important city to the colonies and the country. Podcast notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/the…
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Each individual month has certain genealogical projects to which it is best suited. You can focus on or incorporate these projects into your regular genealogy research. These are the top ten "must-do" genealogy projects for June. Each of these projects will add detail to your genealogy research, making it richer and more informative and giving you …
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Welcome to June! It's a wild month for both Alison and Andrea - Andrea is having a baby, and Alison is moving back from Italy to the UK! To celebrate all the big changes and upheaval in our lives we wanted to have something special for all our listeners. We are offering a 16% discount - that is the maximum Patreon would allow us to give - on our an…
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You want your family tree to be as flawless as possible. In fact, you can never get too much advice on this subject. Here are some unusual tips for doing excellent genealogy work. Most of these are probably new to you, but they will help push your genealogy forward. Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/tips-building-flawless-family-tree…
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If you’re struggling, or want to know how to support someone and be an ally for mental health 🫶 this message and episode is for you! 💕💕 In this last of a special series to honor Mental Health Awareness month, I share both a somatic + spiritual approach to trauma recovery and suicide prevention. As something I've been a devout advocate for many year…
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Are you searching for the burial location of an ancestor and can’t seem to find it? Here are three tried and true techniques for tracking it down. Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/tricks-for-finding-the-unknown-burial-location-of-an-ancestorΑπό τον Ancestral Findings
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Remembering James Garfield’s powerful Decoration Day address at Arlington National Cemetery and honoring the fallen Union soldiers who sacrificed for our country. Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/a-tribute-to-the-fallen-james-garfields-decoration-day-addressΑπό τον Ancestral Findings
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Memorial Day is a significant day in American history, holding a special place in the hearts of many. Understanding its origins, traditions, and evolution can deepen our appreciation for this day of remembrance, honoring those who have given the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/memorial-day-honoring-s…
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Harrisburg is the capital of the state of Pennsylvania. Europeans first visited the area with the famous John Smith expedition in the early 1600s. The city has been important throughout American history for various reasons and occasions. Podcast Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/the-state-capitals-pennsylvania/…
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Looking for the headstones of your ancestors is a primary part of genealogy. What do you do if you can’t find one? Here are some answers. Podacst Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/cant-find-the-grave-alternative-locations-for-burial-places-for-your-ancestorsΑπό τον Ancestral Findings
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Step back into the early 19th century with James Monroe, whose bold leadership forged critical policies like the Monroe Doctrine, shaping American foreign policy and national identity. Discover how this Revolutionary War hero and visionary president navigated the complexities of a young nation in “Pillars of Power: The Presidential Chronicles.” Pod…
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In this episode, Corey and I continue to discuss the subject of school lunches. Check out the first episode in this series with Hilary Boynton. Today we sit down with Aran Goldstein, a passionate chef and devoted parent, who is making a significant impact on the way children experience food at school. Aran, known as the "lunch dad," prepares hot lu…
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