Fr. Larry Richards is the founder and president of The Reason for our Hope Foundation, a non- profit organization dedicated to ”spreading the Good News” by educating others about Jesus Christ. His new homilies are posted each week.
Manage episode 327030121 series 2987233
Van Dr Douglas James Cottrell Show, ontdekt door Player FM en onze gemeenschap - copyright toebehorend aan de uitgever, niet aan Player FM. Audio wordt direct van hun servers gestreamd. Klik de abonneren-knop aan om updates op Player FM te volgen of plak de feed URL op andere podcast apps.
Robert Appel returns to discuss ancient maps that show planet Earth's "face" has changed and will change again. Dr Douglas and Robert talk about the coming earth changes that will alter the face of planet Earth so much it will be unrealizable from today's face.Global Village radio show with host Dr Douglas James Cottrell PhD is broadcasted World Wide every Friday evening 9 pm to 12:00am EST time. Join in the conversation with your questions comments and opinions as we continue to search to understand the Noetic Sciences and explore the unknown limits of human consciousness. The Global Village Hot Line number from anywhere in North America. 718- 766- 4421 The Piri Reis map is a world map compiled in 1513 by the Ottoman admiral and cartographer Piri Reis (Turkish: piːˈɾiː ɾeis). Approximately 1/3 of the map survives; it shows the western coasts of Europe and North Africa and the coast of Brazil with reasonable accuracy. Various Atlantic islands, including the Azores and CanaryIslands, are depicted, as is the mythical island of Antillia and possibly Japan. The map's historical importance lies in its demonstration of the extent of exploration of the NewWorld by approximately 1510, and in its claim to have used a map made by Christopher Columbus, otherwise lost, as a source. Piri also stated that he had used ten Arab sources and four Indian maps sourced from the Portuguese. More recently, the map has been the focus of claims for the pre-modern exploration of the Antarctic coast. credit Wikipedia