The Open Minded Skeptic

The Open Minded Skeptic

Is it time to listen to something different? Something alternate, without the usual bias, or levity applied to subjects routinely dismissed? If you find yourself viewing the normal world as odd, or perhaps out-of-touch with your own reality, tune in to our podcast, where we will be sharing the words (and various missions) of the OeC Magazine columnists, and people within the different communities that touch our hearts, our souls, and of course, manifest change within our fractured world.Our podcasts will be a combination of interviews with people who work and/or live outside of the mainstream, a plethora of scripted non-fiction educational discussions touching on the latest conspiracies, ancient origins, ufology, the paranormal, fringe or new science, metaphysical musings, natural living, various product, event, service, book and DVD reviews, as well as some of my own supernatural fictional stories (scripted and at times, unscripted).The goal of The Open Minded Skeptic is to make you question, as well as to create short and to the point podcasts, no longer than ten minute soundbites (finger crossed)!Initially we will be transitioning across from our other platforms a number of interviews and articles from inside past issues of the Oddities e-Club Magazine, whilst catching up with previous interviewees to see how they are going on their guided path!If this sounds like you - tune in, or check out our website www.tomspod.com!

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April 26, 2021 25 min

In April 2020, our Editor had the pleasure of interviewing the Quantum Movement’s philosophical leader Jason Reynold’s on the subject of Covid-19, and its societal affect. Jason invites people to move beyond the philosophical chatter, and to move into deliberate action... He facilitates powerful, Organisational Architecture and the development of a Personal Governance required for long term success. He is passionate about the every...

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On the podcast today we interviewed Irene Brown, Author and former proprietor of the Castle on the Hill Learning Centre.  Irene and her partners Professor Robert Pope and Artist Robert Todonai built the Castle on the Hill, Science-Art Research Centre at Uki.  This magnificent Castle won a tourism award for “Accommodation of Distinction” and has been
featured on several TV shows such as The Great Outdoors and Sydney Weekender.

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Greg is the author of ‘Awakening the Giant Within – A Personal Adventure into the Astral Realms’ which details his experiences in the astral world. He holds reiki courses, astral travel workshops, meditation classes and offers healing sessions as a Reiki master in Brisbane.  As a former professional classical musician, Greg first discovered meditation primarily to combat stage fright.  In 1999, he awakened to the reality of the phe...

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In April 2020, our Editor had the pleasure of interviewing the Quantum Movement’s philosophical leader Jason Reynold’s on the subject of Covid-19, and its societal affect. Jason invites people to move beyond the philosophical chatter, and to move into deliberate action... He facilitates powerful, Organisational Architecture and the development of a Personal Governance required for long term success. He is passionate about the every...

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On the podcast today we interviewed Irene Brown, Author and former proprietor of the Castle on the Hill Learning Centre.  Irene and her partners Professor Robert Pope and Artist Robert Todonai built the Castle on the Hill, Science-Art Research Centre at Uki.  This magnificent Castle won a tourism award for “Accommodation of Distinction” and has been
featured on several TV shows such as The Great Outdoors and Sydney Weekender.

Irene i...

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Greg is the author of ‘Awakening the Giant Within – A Personal Adventure into the Astral
Realms’ which details his experiences in the astral world. He holds reiki courses, astral
travel workshops, meditation classes and offers healing sessions as a Reiki master in Brisbane.
As a former professional classical musician, Greg first discovered meditation primarily to combat stage fright. In 1999, he awakened to the reality of the phenomen...

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In today's podcast we get to know Sheila Kennedy, my previous co-host on our Revolution Radio show.  Sheila is a holistic health and energy wellness facilitator offering unique solutions to every day issues. Sheila draws on more than forty years of research and clinical practice to assist you to make changes in your life. Whether you are looking for an answer to your anxiety or depression, have specific health issues   or learn...

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On the podcast today we interviewed Irene Brown, Author and former proprietor of the Castle on the Hill Learning Centre.  Irene and her partners Professor Robert Pope and Artist Robert Todonai built the Castle on the Hill, Science-Art Research Centre at Uki.  This magnificent Castle won a tourism award for “Accommodation of Distinction” and has been featured on several TV shows such as The Great Outdoors and Sydney Weekender.

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Greg is the author of ‘Awakening the Giant Within – A Personal Adventure into the Astral Realms’ which details his experiences in the astral world. He holds reiki courses, astral travel workshops, meditation classes and offers healing sessions as a Reiki master in Brisbane.  As a former professional classical musician, Greg first discovered meditation primarily to combat stage fright.  In 1999, he awakened to the reality of the phe...

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In today's podcast we get to know Sheila Kennedy, my previous co-host on our Revolution Radio show.  Sheila is a holistic health and energy wellness facilitator offering unique solutions to every day issues. Sheila draws on more than forty years of research and clinical practice to assist you to make changes in your life. Whether you are looking for an answer to your anxiety or depression, have specific health issues   or learn...

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On the podcast today we interviewed Irene Brown, Author and former proprietor of the Castle on the Hill Learning Centre.  Irene and her partners Professor Robert Pope and Artist Robert Todonai built the Castle on the Hill, Science-Art Research Centre at Uki.  This magnificent Castle won a tourism award for “Accommodation of Distinction” and has been
featured on several TV shows such as The Great Outdoors and Sydney Weekender.

Irene i...

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January 4, 2021 44 min

For our 20th Issue release, I finally got to have a face to face with Patrick J. Kelly.  My free energy columnist, and one of the longest supporters of this magazine.  It was, as expected, controversial and highly educating and entertaining.  Here's some information from the man himself:

"I am just an ordinary person who became interested in "free-energy" as a result of a television programme entitled 'It Runs On...

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December 31, 2020 95 min

Join us for a little light entertainment to see out the old year, and to welcome in the new!

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Boggo Road Gaol was Australia's most notorious prison, it closed in 1992 after 119 years of operation. The prison was divided into two main divisions, No. 1 Division built in 1883 housed male prisoners and No. 2 Division which was built in 1903 and became the State Prison for Women and operated 80 cells until 1921.

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This beautifully restored 1862 sandstone building set within the grounds of the Queensland University of Technology once hosted grand balls and royalty; and was noted to be the colonial hub of Brisbane. It was the home of Queensland Governors between 1862-1909, since 1910 all Governors have resided at Fernberg in Paddington. Old Government House became a func...

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Erected between 1865 and 1867, following Queensland's separation from New South Wales in 1859, this building housed the new Queensland Parliament when it first met in 1868. Designed by Colonial Architect Charles Tiffin in a Classical Revival style, it is one of Queensland's most beautiful and historically significant masonry buildings.

An additional vi...

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Opened in 1888, this Italian Renaissance and Corinthian architectural designed building (State Library of Queensland 2010) had a
seating capacity of 1387 people. Throughout its 95 year life, Her Majesty's Theatre hosted most of the professional touring
companies' productions, its run ending in 1973 when the theatre was sold to the A.M.P. Society. It was...

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Opened in 1924, heritage-listed Brisbane Arcade was designed by architect Richard Gailey. Gailey was engaged by siblings Dr. James
O'Neil Mayne and Miss Mary Emelia Mayne to build one of Brisbane's first shopping arcades in a style reminiscent of late 18th century European design.

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Patrick Mayne

In 1848, an impoverished Irish immigrant ca...

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This heritage-listed building of a Classical Revival design was opened officially in 1930 by Sir John Goodwin, the Queensland Governor at the time. It contains a 1500 plus seat auditorium with copper dome, a clock tower with a lift, the offices of the Lord Mayor of Brisbane and the recent addition in 2003 of the Museum of Brisbane. The Telegraph (1926; 1927) ...

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Built in 1828 with Convict labour, under the orders of Captain Patrick Logan (Commandant of Moreton Bay) the Old Windmill on Wickham Terrace in Spring Hill is the oldest surviving Australian windmill structure and is reputedly, the oldest example in
Queensland of European construction (Queensland Heritage Register 2020). Following its initial usage as a me...

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