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Join host Jim Malliard for the weekly podcast that ventures into the fringe, the unusual, and even current events and is not afraid to ask the tough questions.

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    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.1 • 74 Ratings

Join host Jim Malliard for the weekly podcast that ventures into the fringe, the unusual, and even current events and is not afraid to ask the tough questions.

    Jeanine Thompson

    Jeanine Thompson

    We all have a calling, a purpose in life that is uniquely ours. For some of us, it is easy to recognize, while for others it may take a lifetime to uncover. For Jeannie Thompson, a former Fortune 50 executive and author, it was a journey of self-discovery that led her to her true purpose.

    Jeannie started her career as an evidence-based psychotherapist, treating anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorders. She then moved into the corporate world, leading high potential and leadership development programs and eventually becoming a Fortune 50 executive. After 12 years in the corporate world, she decided to explore the world of energy, something she had once made fun of. This exploration led her to become a Reiki master, certified yoga teacher, and to learn all she could about energy work and the power of the visible and the invisible.

    It was this journey of self-discovery that inspired her to write her book, 9-1-1 From Your Soul. In it, she shares her story of how she followed her soul’s calling to pursue a career that she was passionate about. She believes that when life challenges us, when our plans fall apart, we become open to exploring and expanding our understanding of wisdom and solutions that simply may not have been available before.

    Love is the answer to so many of our struggles and challenges. It is the answer to our innermost questions. It is the answer to our needs and wants. Love is the answer to our pain and suffering. It is the answer to our loneliness and despair. It is the answer to our fear and anxiety. It is the answer to our anger and sadness. It is the answer to our confusion and uncertainty.


    When we choose love, we can create a life of peace and harmony. We can make decisions that are based on love rather than fear. We can be more open to new ideas and opportunities. We can be more open to giving and receiving love from others. We can be more open to the joys of life, and to the opportunities that come our way. We can create a life of balance and harmony.


    Love is the answer to so many of our struggles and challenges. It is the answer to our innermost questions. It is the answer to our needs and wants. Love is the answer to our pain and suffering. It is the answer to our loneliness and despair. It is the answer to our fear and anxiety. It is the answer to our anger and sadness. It is the answer to our confusion and uncertainty.


    Love is the answer to so many of our struggles and challenges. It is the answer that can help us to create a life of balance and harmony. It is the answer that can help us to be more open to giving and receiving love from others. It is the answer that can help us to be more open to the joys of life, and to the opportunities that come our way. It is the answer that can help us to create a life of peace and harmony.
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    • 1 hr
    Wayne L. White, Site Manager of Antarctica

    Wayne L. White, Site Manager of Antarctica

    Jim Malliard welcomes viewers to The Malliard Report, a podcast recorded in front of a live virtual audience. He reminds viewers that the views expressed on the show are not necessarily reflective of the show’s sponsors or affiliates. He then introduces his guest, author, explorer, and site manager of the South Pole, Wayne L. White, who has written a new book about his experience there.
    Jim and Wayne discuss the challenges of managing a 46-person crew in the South Pole, and Wayne shares his experience of walking in the winter darkness of the South Pole.
    Wayne White is an explorer who has walked thousands of miles and never missed a day outside. He joins us to talk about his incredible experience of becoming the station manager at the South Pole. Despite the hardships and feeling helpless of a global pandemic, Wayne and his crew prevailed and he is alive to talk about his journey.
    He explains that he had always been attracted to harsh conditions and the great explorers of the past, prompting him to pursue his dream of working overseas. He was lucky enough to land the job at the South Pole and is now honored to be able to talk about it. The conversation is about the speaker's experience of moving from the tropics to Antarctica. He had seen advertisements for the job and jumped at the chance to go. He was aware of the differences between the two places, including the temperature.
    He had grown up in the Midwest and had worked in Alaska, but never experienced cold like when he first arrived at the South Pole. The conversation also touches on the recent cold snap in the US and how it was a good day in Antarctica. In this conversation, Wayne talks about a picture of them taken by Dr. Jeffrey Chan after a long walk in the cold.
    They talk about how they were wearing warm clothes and knew how to deal with the cold weather. White also mentions budding photographers down there who practice during the winter and how the biggest challenge was the batteries due to the cold. They mention a video taken for the Explorers Club in 2020 which doesn't have any outtakes.
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    • 1 hr
    Gregory Shushan

    Gregory Shushan

     Gregory Shushan is the guest on the Malliard Report. He is the leading authority on near death experiences and afterlife across cultures and is the author of numerous books, including the most recent one, The Next World of Extraordinary Experiences of the Afterlife. 

    Gregory and Jim are discussing Gregory's new book, The Next World: Extraordinary Experiences of the Afterlife. Gregory explains that his previous two books are published by Bloomsbury and Oxford University Press and are intended for an academic audience, which is why they come with a hefty $110 price tag. He wanted to write something more accessible and affordable for people interested in near-death experiences. His new book looks at the idea of the afterlife from different cultural and religious perspectives. It is both accessible in terms of academic language and affordable for readers.

    The narrator has always been interested in unusual phenomena and began exploring after reading a book called Phenomenon. During his first degree in Egyptian archeology, he noticed similarities between ancient Egyptian beliefs of the afterlife and near-death experiences, such as leaving one's body and entering a realm of light and meeting a being of light. He decided to pursue the subject and make his work accessible to a broader audience.

    The conversation discussed near-death experiences (NDEs) and how they are symbolically expressed in ancient cultures. It was mentioned that in ancient Egypt, the dead were associated with the god Osiris and that part of the afterlife journey involved encountering the corpse of Osiris in the other realm. This realization that the corpse is one and the same as the dead body on Earth is what allows the spirit to continue on to the afterlife. Contemporary NDEs involve the spirit rising out of the body and looking down to see their dead body lying there. This realization allows them to accept the reality of what is happening to them and accept their own death.

    Gregory then explains that the NDE is not the only way to explore the afterlife. He suggests that lucid dreaming, out-of-body experiences, astral projection, and other forms of non-ordinary consciousness can allow us to explore the next world. He also discusses the importance of integrating these experiences into one's daily life and how they can help to facilitate a deeper understanding of life and death.

    Finally, Jim and Gregory discussed the importance of looking at the afterlife from a spiritual perspective, and how it can help to provide comfort and understanding in our own lives.
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    • 1 hr
    Tanner Campbell

    Tanner Campbell

    Jim Malliard welcomes Tanner Campbell to the show. Tanner is a philosophy writer and podcaster who focuses on bringing the philosophy of stoicism out of the pages of history and modernizing it to a more practical and useful way of individuals living today.
    During the interview, Tanner discusses his new book, Living Well: Stoic Ideas for a Better Life, and how stoicism can be applied to modern day situations. He shares some tips on how to live a more stoic life, including the importance of self-awareness, focus, and detachment. Zeno of Citium was a Greek philosopher who founded the Stoic school of thought in 300 BCE. He got the idea for Stoicism after he was shipwrecked and lost everything he owned. He went to the Oracle of Delphi for guidance and she told him to take on the power of the dead.
    Zeno interpreted this to mean that he should study the great thinkers of the past and learn from their wisdom. Stoicism is a philosophy that emphasizes self-control, rationality, and stoic acceptance of the things we cannot change.
     
    In the 300 BC, a man named Zeno of Citium had a dream in which the goddess Athena told him to become a philosopher. He took this to mean that he should become pale like the dead, as pale people at the time were often indoors reading books. He went on to found the philosophy of Stoicism, which is based on the idea that the only good is the development of a virtuous character. Stoicism quickly caught on, and Marcus Aurelius, who reigned from 160-180 AD, is considered the poster boy of Stoicism.
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    • 1 hr
    Tabby Malliard

    Tabby Malliard

    The Malliard Report is a virtual live show that airs on Tuesday nights at 9:00 pm Eastern. The show is hosted by Jim Malliard, with his son and daughter as regular guests. This week, the focus is on bringing the family together for 2022 and giving them a break for the rest of December. They talk about the cold weather coming across the country and how to stay warm during it.

    The speaker and his wife discuss his son's experiences with the paranormal and his daughter's love for animals. The speaker explains that he wanted to share these experiences with the listeners to add value and provide context for why things are the way they are around their home. The speaker and his wife then discuss the importance of responsibility and how it teaches their children.

    The speaker and Skyler discuss the responsibility of taking care of animals, the emotional support that animals provide, and how the cycle of life is represented in taking care of them.

    The interviewees discuss the importance of Skyler's radio show in terms of his being able to express himself and be heard. They talk about the difficulty of getting him into a good school, but how Skyler is doing well now that he is in a cyber charter school. They mention that one of his teachers was impressed with him after listening to the show.

    So a big, like going to investigate this whole dumpster diving phenomenon, culture, I guess recycling kind of thing would mean us driving an hour and a half somewhere. So Jim doesn't appreciate it when I look at him at 1000 at night and I'm like, let's go dumpster diving.
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    • 59 min
    Bella Malliard

    Bella Malliard

    The conversation is about the difficulties the speaker is having with technology. They are trying to get a video up for their daughter to show off her pets, but the program keeps crashing. They express their wish that the program would just crash so they could restart it.

    Two people are talking about a pet rat. The rat is mostly white with some tan markings on its back. It is two years old. The person recording the conversation notes that the video program is having difficulties, but decides to continue recording and post the video anyways. The conversation then turns to discussing the details of the rat.

    The speaker has six pet rats, three of which are female. The oldest rat is female and likes whipped cream and scrambled eggs. The second oldest rat is Celeste, who is black and white. She is one year old in human years, and will turn two on the 21st. She likes to run on her wheel and eat anything. The third rat is white with red eyes, and likes to eat whipped cream and strawberries. The fourth rat is male and likes to eat eggs. The fifth rat is Saturn, who is the speaker's favorite.

    The person talking has nine pets, including rats, bearded dragons, geckos, and a dog. They say that the rats are small, only a pound and a half, and that the bearded dragons are big, about the size of Saturn. They also have a turtle that just sits in its tank all day.

    And what's your exposure? What's your liability as a pet owner? I don't want to take my pet out in public because if my dog bites somebody, we're in trouble.
    Having an untrained animal in the store is very dangerous for everybody. And I don't know if you remember that one animal we saw that was growing in the shopping cart.
    It's very important for people to realize that faking a service animal, you can also get in trouble if your little mutt gets out of your shopping cart and attacks an actual service animal or the service animal's handler.
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Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5
74 Ratings

74 Ratings

Barkleymom ,

Awesome Dude Jim

Keep up the great quest ! kANE of WWE is the Best of all time also the Mayor of Knoxville TN !

Dollsbeep ,

Nope

The show itself is not a great listen, the host is just not a good interviewer and there’s not much of a hook to continue to download a show that’s clearly inferior to all the other similar shows out there.

Additionally the host spams and acts the fool on social media so it’s really hard to want to support someone so obnoxious who does not then show the talent required to overcome this behavior.

Oklahomacide ,

Great show!

Although this show is outside the normal genre I listen to, I thought it was extremely interesting and insightful. I would recommend checking it out.

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