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Other updates may take longer due to validation and verification, for example:

· Banking & Financial Information:ACO Association collects, preserves and promotes electronic resources which result from research and teaching in the arts and humanities, as well as Sciences. ACE Folklife and ACE Metaphysical Institute founder Theresa J Thurmond Morris pays for the cost to keep our links up on the American Communications Online and TJ Morris Agency accounts.

By preserving collections made in the arts and the humanities, the ACO Association, Ascension.Center encouraged research and educational use of its collections and made information about them available through online catalogues.

The identification and promotion of shared standards was critical to the ACO Association and UFO Association’s work. Preserving and exchanging digital information relies upon their widespread adoption and so did a more integrated approach to resource discovery which may have helped our users to find the resources they required irrespective of where they are located or how they are stored.

We rely on donations and volunteers in our American Communications Online Community.

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  • In May 1999, Sign Historical Group (SHG) researchers, writers, and historians convened a foundational workshop in Chicago to discuss the state of affairs, and application of historical methods to the sometimes sketchy, often misinterpreted and always-incomplete history of the UFO phenomenon. One area lacking preservation was the archiving of spoken memories and personal commentaries of historical significance through recorded interviews.
  • Many individuals who have personal knowledge of some aspect of UFO history, whether witnesses, government officials and personnel, scientists and investigators, or individuals involved in the social aspects of the phenomenon, have never been interviewed concerning perspectives only they can provide. We therefore initiated the Sign Oral History Project to preserve significant historical information and ultimately make it available for scholarly study.
  • What are UFOs? The truth being after seventy years we still have no idea. Historian David Jacobs observes, “It is difficult to name another subject so quickly identifiable, so widely debated, so easily dismissed, and yet so little understood.” Why is that? For one reason, the UFO issue has never received an objective, systematic scientific study. Professors Wendt and Duvall note in our current state, “the UFO can be ‘known’ only by not asking what it is.” This disregard of UFOs goes further to active denial of their object status. To that extent “one may speak of a ‘UFO taboo,’ a prohibition in the authoritative public sphere on taking UFOs seriously.”
  • It is also true after seventy years the UFO phenomenon has a robust history that pervades post-war American culture. What we can know about UFOs is the experiential phenomenon, and based on available sources, its effect within the Air Force and intelligence agencies from 1946-1969, including official responses and the attitudes that have shaped the issue. For a very concise history, see: Thomas Tulien, “History of the United States Air Force UFO Programs.”
  • Credit goes to Jan Aldrich on 7-25-2019 for sharing his knowledge of this project. TJTM – ACIR
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This page contains a sample of the Terms and Conditions for the provision of any work or service that ACO -ACIR instructed to complete including, but not limited to, research projects, software development projects or item of consultancy.

In practice, these terms will be supplied in full to the Theresa J Morris partners, clients and collaborators involved in the work or service, accompanied by a Scheme of Work detailing the deliverables.

For more information on how ACO Club works to complete these services, please visit the pages regarding our development philosophy and rationale. 

For terms relating to the use of this website for ACIR

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Please contact the Lead Investigator

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THE SERVICES

The services supplied under this Agreement to fulfill the attached SoW (the ‘Services’) are provided by Theresa J Morris’s ACO Invisible College (‘ACO’) and ACIR, acting through one of its academic departments, Allied Command Officers and ACE Metaphysical Institute Digital Information Services as Domains, Webhosting.

ACO and ACIR shall carry out the Services in accordance with Good Industry Practice.  ‘Good Industry Practice’ means standards, practices, methods and procedures conforming to the law and the degree of skill and care, diligence, prudence and foresight that would reasonably and ordinarily be expected from a skilled and experienced person or body engaged in a similar type of undertaking under the same or similar circumstances.

If the Client reasonably believes that the way in which ACO is performing the Services is deficient, it shall notify ACO in writing at the earliest possible opportunity, giving full details of the perceived deficiencies.  The parties shall then discuss the matter in good faith to establish where any deficiencies may lie and an appropriate course of action to deal with them, as part of which ACO shall remedy any agreed faults within an agreed, reasonable period generally not exceeding 21 working days.  If the parties are unable to agree on a course of action, they shall initiate the dispute resolution process set out in this Agreement.

In the event that ACO is delayed, prevented or hindered from performing any of its obligations in this Agreement by circumstances beyond its reasonable and direct control, ACO shall be excused from that performance for as long as such circumstances reasonably persist, but shall take all reasonable steps to minimize the effects on the performance of this Agreement while sharing the ACO Articles and By-Laws.  Should ACO be so delayed, prevented or impeded, it shall promptly inform the Client of the nature of the relevant cause and its likely duration.

CONFIDENTIALITY & INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Any data, information or materials which the Client supplies to ACO in the course of this Agreement shall represent Confidential Information and/or Background IP (as defined below) belonging to the Client by ACIR. ACO shall keep confidential all information supplied to it by the Client in connection with the Services (‘Confidential Information’), and shall not disclose Confidential Information to third parties or members of its staff or students outside the team performing the Services without the Client’s prior written consent; where consent is granted, ACO shall only disclose Confidential Information under legally-binding confidentiality agreements on terms no less onerous than those in this Agreement  The obligations of confidentiality herein shall survive expiry or termination of this Agreement by 5 years and shall not apply to information which ACO can clearly demonstrate by written record:  enters the public domain through no fault of ACO; becomes lawfully available to ACO from an unconnected third  party under no obligations of confidentiality or with the lawful right to make such a disclosure;  has been independently developed or conceived for or by ACO without reference to the ACO Association – ACIR  Client ‘s Confidential Information; or   ACO is required to disclose by law or a regulation, in which circumstances it shall wherever practicable give reasonable advance notice of the intended disclosure to the Client, and the relaxation of the obligations of confidentiality shall apply only for as long as necessary to comply with the relevant law or regulation and solely for the purposes of such compliance.

Nothing in this Agreement shall affect the ownership of intellectual property rights existing prior to this Agreement or generated outside of its scope (‘Background IP’).  Any developments and/or modifications to Background IP belonging to a party made in the course of carrying out the Services shall be the property of the party owning that Background IP.

LIABILITY

ACO shall not assume liability, including liability for financial reimbursement, towards the Client for any act, omission or default for which it may become liable under the terms of this Agreement to the extent that such liability is the result of an act, omission or default of ACO. The Client shall nevertheless use its reasonable endeavors to mitigate any losses it may incur.  Neither party can be liable to the other for any claims or demands arising out of this Agreement for loss of income, profits, turnover, business, opportunity, goodwill, economic loss, indirect loss or consequential loss, no matter how arising and whether by breach or by negligence and whether in contract, tort or otherwise.  To the maximum extent permitted by law, the terms and conditions in this Agreement are in place of any warranties, obligations or conditions implied by law, trade usage or custom.  This clause shall not limit or exclude any liability that may not be limited or excluded in law, such as solely by way of example, liability for death or personal injury.

GENERAL

Neither party shall use the other’s name, crest, logo or trademarks, or the name of any of its staff or students, nor imply their identity, in connection with this Agreement without the express written permission of that party or individual, except that nothing in this clause shall restrict, delay, impede or prevent a party from using the other party’s name when making disclosures under applicable freedom of information legislation or in its own reports or internal literature.

Either party may terminate this Agreement by giving notice in writing to the other party subject to a minimum of 30 working days’ notice; ACO will not refund fees on a pro rata basis once its costs and uncancellable commitments have been considered. Termination of this Agreement shall not affect the survival of any clauses or provisions herein which are stated, or which by their nature are intended, to continue after termination or expiry.

This Agreement supersedes and terminates all other agreements, terms, understandings and representations regarding the Services between the parties and constitutes the entire agreement between them concerning the Services.  This clause shall not exclude liability for fraudulent representation or concealment made prior to this Agreement coming into force.  No failure to exercise or delay in the exercise of any right or remedy which any party may have under this Agreement or in connection with this Agreement shall operate as a waiver that right or remedy.

This Agreement is made and shall be interpreted in accordance with the laws of Santa Rosa County, Florida and The United States. In the event of any difference or dispute arising from this Agreement, the parties will endeavor to settle such matters between themselves in good faith, initially at an operational level, but if this is not successful within 14 days, through their appropriate responsible senior officers.  Should the parties be unable to resolve matters within a further period of 25 working days, they shall refer the matter promptly for final, binding resolution using Alternative Dispute Resolution techniques by either ACIR Mediation the Ascension Center for Effective Dispute Resolution if both parties are based in the USA or  the International Chamber of Commerce if one of the parties is based outside the USA or UK.  The language of any such proceedings shall be English.

Nothing in this Agreement shall confer or purport to confer on any third party any benefit or any right to enforce any term of this Agreement.

Each party shall fully comply with applicable anti-bribery legislation and neither party shall engage in any activity, practice or conduct which would constitute an offense under that legislation.

Project content and data has been stored as a fully backed-up Virtual Machine and can be made available on request (depending on access controls agreed with the Principal Investigator) for a period of at least 2 years from the decommissioning date indicated below.

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ACO American Communications Online – Professional Trade Association Building Community with TJ Morris. Share Allied Command Organization in our Universal Life Ascension.Center Electronic Digital Information publishing and content provider Company. The following data will be completed within 24 business hours:

· Company Name

· DBA / Tradestyle

· Phone Number

· Business Address

· Business Structure / Legal Structure

· Company Website

· Number of Employees

· SIC / NAICS

· Year Business Started

· CEO, Owners, Officers, Directors, Managers

Other updates may take longer due to validation and verification, for example:

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· Banking & Financial Information:ACO Association collects, preserves and promotes electronic resources which result from research and teaching in the arts and humanities, as well as Sciences. ACE Folklife and ACE Metaphysical Institute founder Theresa J Thurmond Morris pays for the cost to keep our links up on the American Communications Online and TJ Morris Agency accounts.

By preserving collections made in the arts and the humanities, the ACO Association, Ascension.Center encouraged research and educational use of its collections and made information about them available through online catalogues.

The identification and promotion of shared standards was critical to the ACO Association and UFO Association’s work. Preserving and exchanging digital information relies upon their widespread adoption and so did a more integrated approach to resource discovery which may have helped our users to find the resources they required irrespective of where they are located or how they are stored.

We rely on donations and volunteers in our American Communications Online Community. We do this for educational information sharing online among our American Culture International Relations Archivists Libraries and Data Bases.

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  • Sign Oral History Project
  • In May 1999, Sign Historical Group (SHG) researchers, writers, and historians convened a foundational workshop in Chicago to discuss the state of affairs, and application of historical methods to the sometimes sketchy, often misinterpreted and always-incomplete history of the UFO phenomenon. One area lacking preservation was the archiving of spoken memories and personal commentaries of historical significance through recorded interviews.
  • Many individuals who have personal knowledge of some aspect of UFO history, whether witnesses, government officials and personnel, scientists and investigators, or individuals involved in the social aspects of the phenomenon, have never been interviewed concerning perspectives only they can provide. We therefore initiated the Sign Oral History Project to preserve significant historical information and ultimately make it available for scholarly study.
  • What are UFOs? The truth being after seventy years we still have no idea. Historian David Jacobs observes, “It is difficult to name another subject so quickly identifiable, so widely debated, so easily dismissed, and yet so little understood.” Why is that? For one reason, the UFO issue has never received an objective, systematic scientific study. Professors Wendt and Duvall note in our current state, “the UFO can be ‘known’ only by not asking what it is.” This disregard of UFOs goes further to active denial of their object status. To that extent “one may speak of a ‘UFO taboo,’ a prohibition in the authoritative public sphere on taking UFOs seriously.”
  • It is also true after seventy years the UFO phenomenon has a robust history that pervades post-war American culture. What we can know about UFOs is the experiential phenomenon, and based on available sources, its effect within the Air Force and intelligence agencies from 1946-1969, including official responses and the attitudes that have shaped the issue. For a very concise history, see: Thomas Tulien, “History of the United States Air Force UFO Programs.”
  • Credit goes to Jan Aldrich on 7-25-2019 for sharing his knowledge of this project. TJTM – ACIR
  • Source: http://sohp.us/index.php
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  • ACO Association (850) 376-9100 or (850) 736-5138
  • You Tube Channel American Communications Online
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  •  TJMorrisAgency@gmail.com Theresa J. Morris at dial (850) 376-9100 or (850) 736-5138 and destroy the original message. 
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INTRODUCTION TO THE STORY OF KEN JOHNSTON, NASA ARCHIVIST/ WHISTLEBLOWER

Dr. R. Ken Johnston, Sr, was one of 4 Civilian Astronaut Consultant Pilots from the Apollo Moon Program, is a retired aerospace engineer, former active duty US Marine, and “NASA Whistle Blower.” He refused to strictly follow orders and destroy a nearly-complete collection of 8″ x 10″ glossy photo-prints from the Apollo program.  These photos are not available from NASA at this time and are of a higher resolution than what is found on-line. Johnston was born at Fort Sam Houston US Army Air Corps Base in San Antonio, TX. in1942.  

Johnston was hired by Grumman Aircraft Corp. because of his training as a pilot with an avionics background for the Apollo Lunar Module testing. His duty was to assist with cockpit and instrument development and Astronaut training at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.  Ken later worked at the Lunar Receiving Laboratory, where all the moon rocks were stored, cataloged and in some cases, distributed to scientists from around the world.  As the Director of the Data and Photo Control Department, he had access to all the original lunar pictures, film and slides.

 When the lunar sample distribution wound down, he was instructed to destroy what remained of the photo archive, but Johnston kept one set as a personal collection for a work portfolio.  This personal portfolio became known as “Ken’s Archive” and has been used by researchers from around the world to help them discover evidence of ET presence, past and present on the Moon.

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KEN’S MOON, MULTI-BOOK PROJECT – KEN’S AUTOBIOGRAPHY, MISSION REPORTS, AND ARCHIVE WERE DONATED TO THE ROSWELL “INTERNATIONAL UFO MUSEUM” in JULY 2016.

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Dr. Johnston’s latest works are the documentation of his Metaphysical Journey and contact with ET’s since he was only 7 years old.  More information about his books and DVD’s is available at:


Terms and Conditions

This page contains a sample of the Terms and Conditions for the provision of any work or service that ACO -ACIR instructed to complete including, but not limited to, research projects, software development projects or item of consultancy.

In practice, these terms will be supplied in full to the Theresa J Morris partners, clients and collaborators involved in the work or service, accompanied by a Scheme of Work detailing the deliverables.

For more information on how ACO Club works to complete these services, please visit the pages regarding our development philosophy and rationale. 

For terms relating to the use of this website for ACIR

American Culture International Relations

American Communications Online\

Please contact the Lead Investigator

 Please visit our Etiquette Policy Page.

TERMS & CONDITIONS

The Services

The services supplied under this Agreement to fulfill the attached SoW (the ‘Services’) are provided by Theresa J Morris’s ACO Invisible College (‘ACO’) and ACIR, acting through one of its academic departments, Allied Command Officers and ACE Metaphysical Institute Digital Information Services as Domains, Webhosting.

ACO and ACIR shall carry out the Services in accordance with Good Industry Practice.  ‘Good Industry Practice’ means standards, practices, methods and procedures conforming to the law and the degree of skill and care, diligence, prudence and foresight that would reasonably and ordinarily be expected from a skilled and experienced person or body engaged in a similar type of undertaking under the same or similar circumstances.

If the Client reasonably believes that the way in which ACO is performing the Services is deficient, it shall notify ACO in writing at the earliest possible opportunity, giving full details of the perceived deficiencies.  The parties shall then discuss the matter in good faith to establish where any deficiencies may lie and an appropriate course of action to deal with them, as part of which ACO shall remedy any agreed faults within an agreed, reasonable period generally not exceeding 21 working days.  If the parties are unable to agree on a course of action, they shall initiate the dispute resolution process set out in this Agreement.

In the event that ACO is delayed, prevented or hindered from performing any of its obligations in this Agreement by circumstances beyond its reasonable and direct control, ACO shall be excused from that performance for as long as such circumstances reasonably persist, but shall take all reasonable steps to minimize the effects on the performance of this Agreement while sharing the ACO Articles and By-Laws.  Should ACO be so delayed, prevented or impeded, it shall promptly inform the Client of the nature of the relevant cause and its likely duration.

Confidentiality & Intellectual Property

Any data, information or materials which the Client supplies to ACO in the course of this Agreement shall represent Confidential Information and/or Background IP (as defined below) belonging to the Client by ACIR. ACO shall keep confidential all information supplied to it by the Client in connection with the Services (‘Confidential Information’), and shall not disclose Confidential Information to third parties or members of its staff or students outside the team performing the Services without the Client’s prior written consent; where consent is granted, ACO shall only disclose Confidential Information under legally-binding confidentiality agreements on terms no less onerous than those in this Agreement  The obligations of confidentiality herein shall survive expiry or termination of this Agreement by 5 years and shall not apply to information which ACO can clearly demonstrate by written record:  enters the public domain through no fault of ACO; becomes lawfully available to ACO from an unconnected third  party under no obligations of confidentiality or with the lawful right to make such a disclosure;  has been independently developed or conceived for or by ACO without reference to the ACO Association – ACIR  Client ‘s Confidential Information; or   ACO is required to disclose by law or a regulation, in which circumstances it shall wherever practicable give reasonable advance notice of the intended disclosure to the Client, and the relaxation of the obligations of confidentiality shall apply only for as long as necessary to comply with the relevant law or regulation and solely for the purposes of such compliance.

Nothing in this Agreement shall affect the ownership of intellectual property rights existing prior to this Agreement or generated outside of its scope (‘Background IP’).  Any developments and/or modifications to Background IP belonging to a party made in the course of carrying out the Services shall be the property of the party owning that Background IP.

Liability

ACO shall not assume liability, including liability for financial reimbursement, towards the Client for any act, omission or default for which it may become liable under the terms of this Agreement to the extent that such liability is the result of an act, omission or default of ACO. The Client shall nevertheless use its reasonable endeavors to mitigate any losses it may incur.  Neither party can be liable to the other for any claims or demands arising out of this Agreement for loss of income, profits, turnover, business, opportunity, goodwill, economic loss, indirect loss or consequential loss, no matter how arising and whether by breach or by negligence and whether in contract, tort or otherwise.  To the maximum extent permitted by law, the terms and conditions in this Agreement are in place of any warranties, obligations or conditions implied by law, trade usage or custom.  This clause shall not limit or exclude any liability that may not be limited or excluded in law, such as solely by way of example, liability for death or personal injury.

General

Neither party shall use the other’s name, crest, logo or trademarks, or the name of any of its staff or students, nor imply their identity, in connection with this Agreement without the express written permission of that party or individual, except that nothing in this clause shall restrict, delay, impede or prevent a party from using the other party’s name when making disclosures under applicable freedom of information legislation or in its own reports or internal literature.

Either party may terminate this Agreement by giving notice in writing to the other party subject to a minimum of 30 working days’ notice; ACO will not refund fees on a pro rata basis once its costs and uncancellable commitments have been considered. Termination of this Agreement shall not affect the survival of any clauses or provisions herein which are stated, or which by their nature are intended, to continue after termination or expiry.

This Agreement supersedes and terminates all other agreements, terms, understandings and representations regarding the Services between the parties and constitutes the entire agreement between them concerning the Services.  This clause shall not exclude liability for fraudulent representation or concealment made prior to this Agreement coming into force.  No failure to exercise or delay in the exercise of any right or remedy which any party may have under this Agreement or in connection with this Agreement shall operate as a waiver that right or remedy.

This Agreement is made and shall be interpreted in accordance with the laws of Santa Rosa County, Florida and The United States. In the event of any difference or dispute arising from this Agreement, the parties will endeavor to settle such matters between themselves in good faith, initially at an operational level, but if this is not successful within 14 days, through their appropriate responsible senior officers.  Should the parties be unable to resolve matters within a further period of 25 working days, they shall refer the matter promptly for final, binding resolution using Alternative Dispute Resolution techniques by either ACIR Mediation the Ascension Center for Effective Dispute Resolution if both parties are based in the USA or  the International Chamber of Commerce if one of the parties is based outside the USA or UK.  The language of any such proceedings shall be English.

Nothing in this Agreement shall confer or purport to confer on any third party any benefit or any right to enforce any term of this Agreement.

Each party shall fully comply with applicable anti-bribery legislation and neither party shall engage in any activity, practice or conduct which would constitute an offence under that legislation.

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Bret Lueder received his Bachelors degree in Journalism from Chico State University in 2000 (northern California). Since then, he has gone on to write roughly 700 articles on music, alternative history, spirituality and UFO’s for such magazines as Magical Blend Magazine, UFO Magazine, Reggae Festival Guide, the Chico News & Review, and currently Phenomena Magazine […]

Dr. Irena Scott received her Ph.D. from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in physiology, did post-doctoral research at Cornell University, and has had a professorship at St. Bonaventure University. Her MS was from the University of Nevada, her BS from Ohio State University in astronomy and biology, and she has done research […]

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TJ Morris tm ACIR sm, ,div . of TJ Morris ACO Founder: TJ Thurmond Morris May, 2012 ACO-World Information Network, Websites and Links to be included in a Directory for TJ Morris & Friends of ET work and Earth Nature Sustainability! ACE FOLKLIFE CLUB Advocate Patrons of the Arts-Culture-Education Science-Technology-Folklife ACE FOLKLIFE is created to establish volunteers in America who are willing to collect songs, Stories, crafts, and any and all products and services that have been passed down as tradecraft from Father to son and Mother to daughter in the oral tradition and in the crafts made to share with those who are loved in our country. We now have mulitiformat for the Internet and welcome those who would like to link there websites to our own. We presently carry the ACE FOLKLIFE logo designed by and for Theresa J. Thurmond Morris of Kentucky USA for the First ACE FOLKLIFE FESTIVAL in 2007 in Ohio County, Kentucky. We support the American Smithsonian Institute. About the American Folklife Center The twentieth century has been called the age of documentation, and folklorists and other ethnographers have taken advantage of each succeeding technology, from Thomas Edison’s wax-cylinder recording machine, invented in 1877, to the latest digital audio equipment, in order to record the voices and music of many regional, ethnic, and cultural groups, in the United States and around the world. Much of this priceless documentation has been assembled and preserved in the American Folklife Center’s Archive of Folk Culture, which founding head Robert W. Gordon, in 1928, called “a national project with many workers.” As we enter the twenty-first century the American Folklife Center is working on the critical issues of digital preservation, Web access, and archival management. The collections of the American Folklife Center include Native American song and dance; ancient English ballads; the tales of “Bruh Rabbit,” told in the Gullah dialect of the Georgia Sea Islands; the stories of ex-slaves, told while still vivid in the minds of those who endured one of the most harrowing periods of American history; an Appalachian fiddle tune that has been heard on concert stages around the world; a Cambodian wedding in Lowell, Massachusetts; a Saint Joseph’s Day Table tradition in Pueblo, Colorado; Balinese Gamelan music recorded shortly before the Second World War; documentation from the lives of cowboys, farmers, fishermen, coal miners, shop keepers, factory workers, quilt makers, professional and amateur musicians, and housewives from throughout the United States; first-hand accounts of community events from every state; and international collections from every region of the world. All of these images, sounds, written accounts, and a myriad more items of cultural documentation await researchers at the Center’s Archive of Folk Culture, where over 4,000 collections, assembled over the years from “many workers” embody the very heart and soul of our national traditional life and the cultural life of communities from many regions of the world. The collections in the Center’s Archive of Folk Culture include folk cultural material from all fifty states, as well as United States trusts, territories, and the District of Columbia. Most of these areas have been served by the American Folklife Center’s cultural surveys, equipment loan program, publications, and other projects. TJ MORRIS tm ACIR. Sm, and ACE FOLKLIFE Theresa J. Morris began ACE FOLKLIFE as a club in 2003 with the Bluegrass Events. It was the interest in the festivals and tourism from the time Theresa moved to Ohio county on May 5, 1995 when she went to the Rosine Association and the last performance there of Bill Monroe the father of bluegrass music in the USA. Before that, Theresa was Theresa (TARA) Thurmond Thomas of Honolulu, Hawaii where she was an artist of Hawaii and assisted in festivals and expos there from 1988-1994 A competition-free zone where leaders of independent firms share ideas and knowledge to help them stay independent and grow. Information sharing and training on skills and management. Access to specialized expertise partners learn from to build practice areas. Professional development tools for staff. Career-enhancement opportunities for staff. Ability to provide trusted quality service and successful results for clients in most regions of the world. An extension of your staff, adding local market knowledge, on-the-ground reach and industry expertise. Ability to work with partner firms with common clients. Annual meetings providing opportunities to cement relationships that create mutual accountability, assuring members that their clients are being well served in other markets. Ability to combine with partners to compete for international assignments, crossing cultures and borders effectively. A significant local advantage against other independent firms and a level playing field when competing against multi-national firms. Access to high-quality marketing communications, interactive, design, research and other services not traditionally offered by PR firms. Client Successes Cotton USA – Nothing feels like this! Brand awareness and trade marketing campaign to promote the use of US cotton in Italy. Cotton Council International (CCI) is the US organization that promotes the image of US cotton in the world across the textile supply chain (manufacturers, spinners, retailers) and among the consumers. Business Press created a PR campaign aimed at raising the brand awareness and promoting the use of US cotton in Italy towards textile manufacturers, retail chains, end users, media. The agency rolled out an integrated campaign mixing offline tactics, online tools and initiatives for the B2B/trade target. The COTTON USA mark reached a total awareness of 36% (26% spontaneous awareness), the highest awareness level ever reached among the consumers in Italy. Overview Inspired by the slogan “PR heart, Marketing soul, Web passion,” Business Press S.p.A. is a full-service Italian PR agency that offers consulting and business communications services to clients in all sectors including Consumer Brands, Energy, Manufacturing, Technology, Professional Services, Financial Services, Tourism, Life Sciences, and Not-for-Profit. Business Press’ strengths include: a strategic approach to Clients’ problems through its proprietary v4/value for methodology the care taken in supplying effective solutions the effort made to maximize return on investment in business-supporting communications Founded in 1990, Business Press is an independent, 100% Italian-owned company. It is managed by five partners that are directly involved in day-to-day activities and are supported by a team of 40 consultants and professionals organized into five practices: Corporate PR Technology PR Marketing Communication Online Communication. Communication Training Based in Milan and in Rome, Business Press includes also Now!PR (sister agency specialized in Financial Communications, Tourism, Healthcare and Technology) with an overall turnover of 3 million euros in fees in FY2007. Business Press is affiliated to Assorel (the Italian PR Agencies Association), and to Assolombarda (the largest territorial association of the entrepreneurial system in Italy). Industry Expertise Business-to-Business Consumer Products Electronics Financial Services Health Care/Medical Not-for-profit Plant/Life Sciences Real Estate Technology Telecommunications PR Specialties Brand Development Crisis Communications/Issues Management Employee Relations Event Management Financial/Investor Relations Management Consulting Marketing PR Media Relations On-line PR Public Affairs Other Specialties Advertising Graphic Design Marketing On-line Marketing Print Web Services Practice Groups Market Intelligence TJ Morris Organization Business to Business, Trade and Commerce, Public TJ Morris as Morris Publishing and imprint Timely Manor Books has a true passion for the Internet. The agency pioneered the online world since 1995. TJ Thurmond Morris established ACIR first in 1968 and renewed in Birmingham Alabama in 1978. Then in 1995 when it created an online division to integrate offline and online PR tactics, while its marketing teams worked for a number of .dotcoms (Altavista, Google, Excite, Lycos, Ask to name a few). Consumer technology brands like Apple, Kodak, Palm, Philips, TomTom, LG, SanDisk, NEC hired BP to develop PR campaigns to introduce new products, raise the profile, become category leaders and boost sales. TJ Morris tm ACIR sm under the guidance of Theresa J. Thurmond Morris has recently refined its communications strategy to meet the expectations of the media landscape, where online editors, bloggers and social media are redefining the rules and ask for more “Internet-ready” content. The changes in the media scenario affects not only the PR strategy that needs to embrace a broader range of media, but also the way today’s press office distributes the news. The ACIR.us agency developed an online tool that allows a more effective exchange with the social media: it’s an aggregator of rich media content (text and pictures, videoclips, hyperlinks and a whole digital context designed for the online editors and bloggers) that replaces the “old” online pressroom using wordpress online with PHP and using Go Daddy.com and BlueHost.com Folklife is an integral part of all American lives and an essential part of the National Library. The story of America is reflected in the cultural productions of ordinary people who live everyday lives, from cooking and eating meals, to the activities of work and play, to religious observances and seasonal celebration. ACE Folklife includes the songs we sing, the stories we tell, the crafts we make. The American Folklife Center was created in 1976 by the U.S. Congress to “preserve and present” this great heritage of American folklife through programs of research, documentation, archival preservation, reference service, live performance, exhibition, publication, and training. The American Folklife Center was made permanent in 1999. The Center includes the Archive of Folk Culture, which was established in the Library of Congress in 1928, and is now one of the largest collections of ethnographic material from the United States and around the world. On this Web site you will find not only an introduction to the activities of the American Folklife Center and its Archive of Folk Culture but also news about programs and activities, online presentations of multiformat collections, and other resources to facilitate folklife projects and study. The American Folklife Center aims to be the national center for folklife documentation and research, and this Web site offers a virtual destination for those who cannot visit the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. ACE FOLKLIFE CLUB is now a contract managed by TJ Morris Organization with the logo brand trade mark and service mark created by Theresa J. Thurmond Morris ACE Folklife has been represented in Ohio County, Kentucky since January, 2007 where the first meeting was held at the Veteran’s building in the Ohio County Park Area. Folklife is an integral part of all American lives and an essential part of the National Library. The story of America is reflected in the cultural productions of ordinary people who live everyday lives, from cooking and eating meals, to the activities of work and play, to religious observances and seasonal celebration. Folklife includes the songs we sing, the stories we tell, the crafts we make. The American Folklife Center was created in 1976 by the U.S. Congress to “preserve and present” this great heritage of American folklife through programs of research, documentation, archival preservation, reference service, live performance, exhibition, publication, and training. The American Folklife Center was made permanent in 1999. The Center includes the Archive of Folk Culture, which was established in the Library of Congress in 1928, and is now one of the largest collections of ethnographic material from the United States and around the world. On this Web site you will find not only an introduction to the activities of the American Folklife Center and its Archive of Folk Culture but also news about programs and activities, online presentations of multiformat collections, and other resources to facilitate folklife projects and study. The American Folklife Center aims to be the national center for folklife documentation and research, and this Web site offers a virtual destination for those who cannot visit the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. Anthroposophy, a philosophy founded by Rudolf Steiner, postulates the existence of an objective, intellectually comprehensible spiritual world accessible to direct experience through inner development. More specifically, it aims to develop faculties of perceptive imagination, inspiration and intuition through cultivating a form of thinking independent of sensory experience, and to present the results thus derived in a manner subject to rational verification. In its investigations of the spiritual world, anthroposophy aims to attain the precision and clarity attained by the natural sciences in their investigations of the physical world. Anthroposophical ideas have been applied practically in many areas including Steiner/Waldorf education, special education (most prominently through the Camphill Movement), agriculture, medicine, ethical banking, organizational development, and the arts. TheAnthroposophical Society has its international center at the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland. The early work of the founder of anthroposophy, Rudolf Steiner, culminated in his Philosophy of Freedom(also translated as The Philosophy of Spiritual Activity and Intuitive Thinking as a Spiritual Path). Here, Steiner developed a concept of free will based on inner experiences, especially those that occur in the creative activity of independent thought. By the beginning of the twentieth century, Steiner’s interests were leading him further and further into explicitly spiritual areas of research. These studies were of interest to others who were already oriented towards spiritual ideas; among these was the Theosophical Society. Theosophy was in vogue inEsotericism in Germany and Austria during that time. From 1900 on, thanks to the positive reception given to his ideas, Steiner’s involvement with the Theosophical Society confirmed and reinforced his spiritual identity as a charismatic seer; this became key to breaking the feeling of imposed silence that characterised his earlier life. It was here that he was to find not only the woman who was to become his esoteric partner and second wife, Marie von Sievers (owner of the Berlin Theosophical headquarters), but the answer to the question asked in his Autobiography ‘…how can I find the way to express in terms understandable to my contemporaries what I inwardly perceive directly as the truth?’ Steiner took a leading role in the Theosophical Society’s section in Germany, becoming its secretary in 1902. During the years of his leadership, membership increased dramatically, from a few individuals to sixty-nine Lodges. By 1907, a split between Steiner and the mainstream Theosophical Society had begun to become apparent. While the Society was oriented toward an Eastern and especially Indian approach, Steiner was trying to develop a path that embraced Christianity and natural science. The split became irrevocable when Annie Besant, then president of the Theosophical Society, began to present the child Jiddu Krishnamurtias the reincarnated Christ. Steiner strongly objected and considered any comparison between Krishnamurti and Christ to be nonsense; many years later, Krishnamurti also repudiated the assertion. Steiner’s continuing differences with Besant led him to separate from theTheosophical Society Adyar; he was followed by the great majority of the membership of the Theosophical Society’s German Section, as well as members of other national sections. By this time, Steiner had reached considerable stature as a spiritual teacher. He spoke about what he considered to be his direct experience of the Akashic Records (sometimes called the “Akasha Chronicle”), thought to be a spiritual chronicle of the history, pre-history, and future of the world and mankind. In a number of works, Steiner described a path of inner development he felt would let anyone attain comparable spiritual experiences. Sound vision could be developed, in part, by practicing rigorous forms of ethical and cognitive self-discipline, concentration, and meditation; in particular, a person’s moral development must precede the development of spiritual faculties. Second Goetheanum, seat of the Anthroposophical Society. In 1912, the Anthroposophical Society was founded. After World War I, the Anthroposophical movement took on new directions. Projects such as schools, centers for those with special needs,organic farms and medical clinics were established, all inspired by anthroposophy. In 1923, faced with differences between older members focusing on inner development and younger members eager to become active in the social transformations of the time, Steiner refounded the Society in an inclusive manner and established a School for Spiritual Science. As a spiritual basis for the refounded movement, Steiner wrote the mantric poem Foundation Stone Meditation expressing the aspects of the human soul in relation to the outer and spiritual worlds. Steiner died just over a year later, in 1925. The Second World War temporarily hindered the anthroposophical movement in most of Continental Europe, as the Anthroposophical Society and most of its daughter movements (e.g. Steiner/Waldorf education) were banned by the National Socialists (Nazis); virtually no anthroposophists ever joined the National Socialist Party. By 2007, national branches of the Anthroposophical Society had been established in fifty countries, and about 10,000 institutions around the world were working on the basis of anthroposophy. In the same year, the Anthroposophical Society was called the “most important esoteric society in European history.” Etymology of anthroposophy The term anthroposophy is from the Greek, from human”, and “wisdom”. It is listed by Nathan Bailey (1742) as meaning “the knowledge of the nature of man” (OED). Authors whose usage predates Steiner’s include occultist Agrippa von Nettesheim, alchemist Thomas Vaughn (Anthroposophia Theomagica), and philosophers Immanuel Hermann Fichte and Robert Zimmermann(Anthroposophie im Umriss); Steiner wrote his doctoral thesis on Fichte and attended Zimmermann’s classes at the University of Vienna. Steiner began using the word to refer to his philosophy in the early 1900s as an alternative to theosophy, the term for Madame Blavatsky’s movement, itself from the Greek, with a longer history with a meaning of “divine wisdom”. Spiritual knowledge and freedom Anthroposophical proponents aim to extend the clarity of the scientific method to phenomena of human soul-life and to spiritual experiences. This requires developing new faculties of objective spiritual perception, which Steiner maintained was possible for humanity today. The steps of this process of inner development he identified as consciously achieved imagination, inspiration and intuition. Steiner believed results of this form of spiritual research should be expressed in a way that can be understood and evaluated on the same basis as the results of natural science: “The anthroposophical schooling of thinking leads to the development of a non-sensory, or so-called supersensory consciousness, whereby the spiritual researcher brings the experiences of this realm into ideas, concepts, and expressive language in a form which people can understand who do not yet have the capacity to achieve the supersensory experiences necessary for individual research.” Steiner hoped to form a spiritual movement that would free the individual from any external authority: “The most important problem of all human thinking is this: to comprehend the human being as a personality grounded in him or herself.” For Steiner, the human capacity for rational thought would allow individuals to comprehend spiritual research on their own and bypass the danger of dependency on an authority. Steiner contrasted the anthroposophical approach with both conventional mysticism, which he considered lacking the clarity necessary for exact knowledge, and natural science, which he considered arbitrarily limited to investigating the outer world. Nature of the human being The Representative of Humanity, detail of a sculpture in wood by Rudolf Steiner and Edith Maryon.Main article: Anthroposophical view of the human being Steiner saw human beings as consisting of a physical body of a nature common to the inorganic world; a life body (also called the etheric body), which all living creatures (including plants) possess; the bearer ofsentience or consciousness (also called the astral body), held also by all animals; and the ego, which anchors the faculty of self-awareness unique to human beings. Anthroposophy describes a broad evolution of human consciousness as follows. Early stages of human evolution possess an intuitive perception of reality, including a clairvoyant perception of spiritual realities. Humanity has progressively evolved an increasing reliance on intellectual faculties and a corresponding loss of intuitive or clairvoyant experiences, which have become atavistic. The increasing intellectualization of consciousness, initially a progressive direction of evolution, has led to an excessive reliance onabstraction and a loss of contact with both natural and spiritual realities. However, to go further requires new capacities that combine the clarity of intellectual thought with the imagination, and beyond this with consciously achieved inspiration and intuitive insights. Anthroposophy speaks of the reincarnation of the human spirit: that the human being passes between stages of existence, incarnating into an earthly body, living on earth, leaving the body behind and entering into the spiritual worlds before returning to be born again into a new life on earth. After the death of the physical body, the human spirit recapitulates the past life, perceiving its events as they were experienced by the objects of its actions. A complex transformation takes place between the review of the past life and the preparation for the next life. The individual’s karmic condition eventually leads to a choice of parents, physical body, disposition, and capacities that provide the challenges and opportunities that further development requires, which includes karmically chosen tasks for the future life. Steiner described some conditions that determine the interdependence of a person’s lives, or karma. Evolution The anthroposophical view of evolution considers all animals to have evolved from an early, unspecialized form. Human beings are the least specialized animal, and as such maintain the closest connection to the archetypal form. Christ between Lucifer and Ahriman The anthroposophical view is that good is found in the balance between two polar, generally evil influences on world and human evolution. Two spiritual adversaries endeavour to tempt and corrupt humanity: Lucifer and his counterpart Ahriman. Steiner described both positive and negative aspects of both figures. Lucifer is the light spirit, which “plays on human pride and offers the delusion of divinity”, but also motivatescreativity and spirituality; Ahriman is the dark spirit, which tempts human beings to “…deny [their] link with divinity and to live entirely on the material plane”, but also stimulates intellectuality and technology. Both figures exert a negative effect on humanity when their influence becomes misplaced or one-sided, yet their influences are necessary for human freedom to unfold. Each human being has the task to find a balance between these opposing influences, and each is helped in this task by the mediation of the Representative of Humanity, also known as the Christ being, a spiritual entity who stands between and harmonizes the two extremes.

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09/06/2015

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02/06/2014

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DAILY SCHEDULE OF SPEAKERS & EXPERIENTIAL SESSIONS
WEDNESDAY – FEBRUARY 12, 2014

7:30 – 8:30 AM: Experiencer Sessions
Hosted by licensed therapist Yvonne Smith and Gwen Ferrell(no press allowed)
8:30 – 9:00 AM:
Conference Welcome & Announcements
Hosted by Alejandro Rojas
9:00 – 10:15 AM:
Ted Peters
UFO Abductions: Are They Spiritual?
10:30 – 11:45 AM:
Stephen Bassett
UFO Disclosure
12:00 – 1:00 PM: 
Lunch
1:00 – 2:15 PM: 
Kim Carlsberg
My Secret Life
2:30 – 3:45 PM:
Mike Clelland
Owls, Synchronicity, and the UFO Abductee
4:00 – 5:30 PM: 
Robert Powell
UFOs & Government: The Historical and Changing Role of Government over Time
6:30 – 10:30 PM: 
Meet the Speakers Welcome Party
Dinner, Cash bar, and entertainment
THURSDAY – FEBRUARY 13, 2014

8:00 – 9:00 AM: Experiencer Sessions
Hosted by licensed therapist (no press allowed)
9:00 – 10:15 AM: Kewaunee Lapseritis
Talk title TBA
10:30 – 11:45 AM: Don Schmitt
Inside the Real Area 51: The Secret History of Wright Patterson
12:00 – 1:00 PM: Lunch
1:00 – 2:15 PM: Dr. Ardy Sixkiller Clarke
Encounters with Star People: An Indigenous Perspective
2:30 – 3:45 PM: Richard Hoover
Evidence for the Existence of Extraterrestrial Life
4:00 – 5:30 PM: PANEL: Government Cover-Up?
Featuring Stephen Bassett, Timothy Good, Robert Powell, and Col. John Alexander
7:00 – 8:00 PM: Experiencer Sessions
Hosted by licensed therapist (no press allowed)
7:00 – 10:30 PM: EBE Film Festival Screenings
Free to attend
FRIDAY – FEBRUARY 14, 2014

8:00 – 9:00 AM: Experiencer Sessions
Hosted by licensed therapist (no press allowed)
9:00 – 10:15 AM: Robert Schroeder
How Modern Physics is Revealing the Technology of UFOs
10:30 – 11:45 AM: Patty Greer
Crop Circles & The Real Circlemakers
12:00 – 1:00 PM: Lunch
1:00 – 2:15 PM: Jeffrey Bennett
Beyond UFOs: The Scientific Search for Extraterrestrial Life and its Astonishing Implications for Our Future
2:30 – 3:45 PM: Aaron Sagers
Celebrity UFO Encounters
4:00 – 5:30 PM: PANEL: Science and the Search for Extraterrestrial Life
Featuring Richard Hoover, Jeffrey Bennett, and Ted Peters
5:30 – 7:00 PM: Special Valentine’s Day Cocktail Hour (Cash Bar)
7:00 – 8:00 PM: Experiencer Sessions
Hosted by licensed therapist (no press allowed)
7:00 – 10:30 PM: EBE Film Festival Screenings
Free to attend
SATURDAY – FEBRUARY 15, 2014

8:00 – 9:00 AM: Experiencer Sessions
Hosted by licensed therapist (no press allowed)
9:00 – 10:15 AM: Dr. John Alexander
UFOs: Science or Science Fiction
10:30 – 11:45 AM: Jaime Maussan
Exploring the Latest UFO Happenings from around the World
12:00 – 1:00 PM: Lunch
1:00 – 2:15 PM: Rob Simone
UFOs in the Headlines
2:30 – 3:45 PM: Timothy Good
EARTH: An Alien Enterprise
4:00 – 5:30 PM: George Noory
An Evening with George Noory: Special Q&A Session
6:30 – 7:30 PM: Cocktail Hour
Cash bar – no ticket required
7:30 – 10:30 PM: EBE Awards Banquet & Ceremony
Dinner, cash bar, awards ceremony & entertainment
SUNDAY – FEBRUARY 16, 2014

9:00 – 10:00 AM: Experiencer Sessions
Hosted by licensed therapist (no press allowed)
10:00 – 11:15 AM: Glenn Steckling
UFOs, ET Visitations, & Adamski Revisited
11:30 – 12:45 AM: David Marler
Triangular UFOs: An Estimate of the Situation
1:00 – 2:30 PM: PANEL TBA
Panel topic and members TBA
2:30 PM: Conference closing remarks
*Conference schedule is tentative and subject to change.

05/24/2013

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05/21/2013
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Included within our training package:
Meeting to discuss requirements of your organization.
ACE Training for 5-30 people
Course packs including resources and fact sheets.
Continued support for trainees after the course date.
Training is done annually on both east and west coast of USA.
We can arrange a seminar at your local venue or at your venue of choice for your business, association, organization, as a “Train the Trainers”.
To request a quote for our ACE Training Courses one must become affiliated with our agent and organizer Theresa J Morris dba ACO Social Service Club.
Please Email her at TJMorrisACO@gmail.com
ACO Social Service Club Community Training:
1. Working with Communities
2. Learn how to define, engage and inspire your local communities and partner organizations.
How To:
Ø Develop projects
Ø Deal with complicated situations
Ø Work with diverse communities
Ø How to evaluate your outcomes.
Events Management (Community Events & Engagement)
ACE practical guide to events management
Working with local communities
Why put on an event ‘for’ a community when you can work ‘with’ your chosen group
Learn to share passion while building teamwork
Life can be exciting and we can live a dynamic life with others sharing a cause and outcome
Course includes:
Ø Planning
Ø Health & Safety
Ø Marketing and Budgeting
Ø Co-production techniques
Ø Recruiting volunteers
Ø Keeping people involved
Ø Events management training.

Facilitation Training Includes:
Ø Gaining Facilitators in our Social Network
Ø Tools and Techniques
Ø Gaining Confidence in Speaking & Teaching
Ø Learning Relevant Approaches
Ø Deal with debates
Ø Sharing social networking with a range of diverse communities.

Media Training for Charities, NGOs and Community Groups Include:
Ø The best way to get your message across
Ø Discover the mechanics of the media
Ø Writing and interview skills
Ø Media schedules and Press Releases
Ø How to improve your organization’s media effectiveness.
TJ Morris dba ACIR

We provide relevant and practical background checks of various people who we may have concerns about in cyberspace doing business with us.
We have various clients who choose to remain anonymous and prefer to pay our personal consultants in marketing and public relations work when considering the scientific and social challenges.
Some of TJ’s clients are well known, attorneys, politicians, public relations experts, reporter, and may have to be in contact with various controversial issues in the world
TJ has been asked to be a diplomatic attaché and communications officer from time to time.
TJ has over thirty five years in paid professional investigations for attorneys, companies such as insurance in arson, fraud, subrogation, and has communication skills with various stakeholders on environmental issues and is ideal for those interested in a career in the public sector, government, NGOs or SMEs.
Campaigning & Lobbying
Participants will gain the skills to successfully lobby national politicians and their advisors. You will learn how to influence the political process and decision making on behalf of your respective organization. Included in this course, or as an entirely separate module if you require more depth, is a guide to campaign strategy and delivery.

Environmental Training
Climate Change is about what does affect all of us!
1. Effective Communication
Learn about target audiences, key drivers, current segmentation methodology, how to communicate with people in different situations, ways to answer difficult questions and what good communication means in a climate context.

2. Engaging Diverse Communities on Climate Change
This course will teach you to assess and understand the demographics of an area and implications of these figures for your work. Learn the relevant legislation, identify funding and resource streams, and develop an engagement plan to ensure participation.

3. Environmental Sustainability in the Workplace
A practical and comprehensive training day to help your organization make real efficiency savings, engage with staff and stakeholders to improve the environmental impact of your workplace.

4. Working with the Media on Environmental Issues
Learn the best way to get your environmental message across and how the public respond to such vast topics ass climate change. Discover the secrets of the media, writing and interview skills, media schedules and how to improve your organization’s media effectiveness.

5. Green Champions for your Organization
This course combines elements of climate change communication, efficiency in the workplace, relevant legislation, engaging fellow staff members and tips on how to become a successful green champion for your organization.

6. Communicating Renewable Energy
A course designed to make you feel confident about communicating all aspects of renewable energy systems, answering critical questions, making decisions about installing systems and understanding the relevant funding regimes.

7. Climate change communication module for colleges and universities
ACE Training Courses introduces our students to both theoretical and practical aspects of communicating environmental issues
A. Particularly climate change
B. various stakeholders including the public
C. Business sector and politicians
TJ Morris ACO
ACO dba Ascension Center Organization
ACO Press Corps – Personal Consultants – Training in Education
ACO CORP PERSONAL CONSULTANT LIFE COACH
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Public Relations, Publicist, Author, Speaker, Life Coach
ACO Personal Consultants
ACE Artistic Creative Education
ACE dba ASCENSION CENTER EDUCATION
CONSCIOUSNESS COUNSELORS LIFE COACHES
Individuals
Life Coaching:
Get Over Old Patterns
Do What you Wish You Would Do
Live a Life You are Proud Of
Areas of Impact through Life Coaching with Us:
Money – Wealth Building, Income, Financial Intelligence
Career – Business Building, Development Trajectory, Transitions, Raises & Promotions, Resumes and Interviews, Career
Fulfillment
Body – Weight Loss, Health, Fitness, Feeling Great
Relationships – Dating, Marriage, Divorce, Family & Children
Communication – Workplace, Family, Conflict and Difficult Situations, Romantic, Communication Skills/Relationships
Balance – Balance among all the aspects of your life
Confidence, Self-Trust & Happiness – Living a satisfying, balanced, successful life
“Experience how good it feels to live life proud and contented.”
Personal Development
Providing you a safe space to:
Access your voice
Heal
Feel well
Feel your connection to a world large that yourself
Get to know yourself
Fill your spirit
Release emotions
Access your heart’s intelligence
Uncover and confront your values
Tell the truth
Relieve stress
Listening to our inherent wisdom draws us toward wholeness and health. And as the body and mind address and integrate what you’ve been resisting and release blocks and obstacles, you become free to soar. In this process, you let go of limiting perceptions that block even greater self trust and confidence, open your heart, your passion, and your attention to your inner being and a wisdom that is always there, but not always tapped. From this space, as you live from your inner being, and include all parts of yourself, shifts then take place that unlock areas where you have been stuck and allow for greater joy.
Couples and Families
TJ & Janet coaches couples through challenges, having them:
Get closer through the process
Become good at communicating in a way that works with one another
Fulfill their own and each others needs
Remain deeply connected
With families, Janet is masterful at negotiating through the undelivered communications, agendas, and upsets to have the individuals in families feel understood, appreciated, to work through and forgive past hurts, and to communicate and function together in a way that is fulfilling and energizing.
Theresa Janette as TJ, Life Coaching
260 Carolyn Lane
Beaver Dam, KY 42320
(270) 256-8945
MsTJMorris@aol.comACIR1@aol.com,
http://TheresaJMorris.com
http://DiamondMinds.Co

You benefit because your doctors will be part of a better coordinated team.
TJ Morris ACO
ACO dba Ascension Center Organization
ACO Press Corps – Personal Consultants – Training in Education
What’s An Accountable Care Organization (ACO)?

ACOs are groups of doctors and other health care providers who voluntarily work together with Medicare to give you high quality service and care at the right time in the right setting.
Your doctor has agreed to participate in a Medicare Shared Savings ACO and to work closely with other doctors and health care providers in the ACO to coordinate care for Medicare beneficiaries, like yourself, who have traditional Medicare.
The ACO may share in any savings that result from providing you with high quality and more coordinated care.
ACOs Don’t Change Your Medicare Benefits

An ACO is not a Medicare Advantage plan or an HMO plan.
If you have traditional Medicare, you still have the right to use any doctor or hospital who accepts Medicare, at any time.
Your ACO doctor may continue to recommend that you see particular doctors for your specific health needs, but it’s always your choice about what doctors you use or hospitals you visit.
How Will An ACO Help My Doctor Coordinate My Care?

You benefit because your doctors will be part of a better coordinated team.
You may not have to fill out as many medical forms that ask for the same information.
Each of your doctors will not only know about the health issues they’ve treated, they will have a more complete picture of your health through talking with your other doctors. TJ Morris ACO Social Service Club & ACE Training Includes:
Facilitation Service Includes:
Organization and groups that need to plan for the future
Make an important structural decision
Resolve a conflicts and personality conflicts
How to be more creative with Critical Thinking
Book Facilitators and Venues based on size
Time Management for an hour, a day or seminar
Life Coaching on a regular basis
How to enable more productive meetings and planning.
Courses are delivered directly to your organization making sure every element fits your specific requirements. You can book one of our public courses or merge the content of several courses together or have an entirely new day developed.
Included within our training package:
Meeting to discuss requirements of your organization.
ACE Training for 5-30 people
Course packs including resources and fact sheets.
Continued support for trainees after the course date.
Training is done annually on both east and west coast of USA.
We can arrange a seminar at your local venue or at your venue of choice for your business, association, organization, as a “Train the Trainers”.
To request a quote for our ACE Training Courses one must become affiliated with our agent and organizer Theresa J Morris dba ACO Social Service Club.
Please Email her at TJMorrisACO@gmail.com
ACO Social Service Club Community Training:
1. Working with Communities
2. Learn how to define, engage and inspire your local communities and partner organizations.
How To:
Develop projects
Deal with complicated situations
Work with diverse communities
How to evaluate your outcomes.
Events Management (Community Events & Engagement)
ACE practical guide to events management
Working with local communities
Why put on an event ‘for’ a community when you can work ‘with’ your chosen group
Learn to share passion while building teamwork
Life can be exciting and we can live a dynamic life with others sharing a cause and outcome
Course includes:
Planning
Health & Safety
Marketing and Budgeting
Co-production techniques
Recruiting volunteers
Keeping people involved
Events management training.

Facilitation Training Includes:
Gaining Facilitators in our Social Network
Tools and Techniques
Gaining Confidence in Speaking & Teaching
Learning Relevant Approaches
Deal with debates
Sharing social networking with a range of diverse communities.

Media Training for Charities, NGOs and Community Groups Include:
The best way to get your message across
Discover the mechanics of the media
Writing and interview skills
Media schedules and Press Releases
How to improve your organization’s media effectiveness.
TJ Morris dba ACIR
We provide relevant and practical background checks of various people who we may have concerns about in cyberspace doing business with us.
We have various clients who choose to remain anonymous and prefer to pay our personal consultants in marketing and public relations work when considering the scientific and social challenges.
Some of TJ’s clients are well known, attorneys, politicians, public relations experts, reporter, and may have to be in contact with various controversial issues in the world
TJ has been asked to be a diplomatic attaché and communications officer from time to time.
TJ has over thirty five years in paid professional investigations for attorneys, companies such as insurance in arson, fraud, subrogation, and has communication skills with various stakeholders on environmental issues and is ideal for those interested in a career in the public sector, government, NGOs or SMEs.
Campaigning & Lobbying
Participants will gain the skills to successfully lobby national politicians and their advisors. You will learn how to influence the political process and decision making on behalf of your respective organization. Included in this course, or as an entirely separate module if you require more depth, is a guide to campaign strategy and delivery.

Environmental Training
Climate Change is about what does affect all of us!
1. Effective Communication
Learn about target audiences, key drivers, current segmentation methodology, how to communicate with people in different situations, ways to answer difficult questions and what good communication means in a climate context.

2. Engaging Diverse Communities on Climate Change
This course will teach you to assess and understand the demographics of an area and implications of these figures for your work. Learn the relevant legislation, identify funding and resource streams, and develop an engagement plan to ensure participation.

3. Environmental Sustainability in the Workplace
A practical and comprehensive training day to help your organization make real efficiency savings, engage with staff and stakeholders to improve the environmental impact of your workplace.

4. Working with the Media on Environmental Issues
Learn the best way to get your environmental message across and how the public respond to such vast topics ass climate change. Discover the secrets of the media, writing and interview skills, media schedules and how to improve your organization’s media effectiveness.

5. Green Champions for your Organization
This course combines elements of climate change communication, efficiency in the workplace, relevant legislation, engaging fellow staff members and tips on how to become a successful green champion for your organization.

6. Communicating Renewable Energy
A course designed to make you feel confident about communicating all aspects of renewable energy systems, answering critical questions, making decisions about installing systems and understanding the relevant funding regimes.

7. Climate change communication module for colleges and universities
ACE Training Courses introduces our students to both theoretical and practical aspects of communicating environmental issues
A. Particularly climate change
B. various stakeholders including the public
C. Business sector and politicians




What’s An Accountable Care Organization (ACO)?

ACOs are groups of doctors and other health care providers who voluntarily work together with Medicare to give you high quality service and care at the right time in the right setting.
Your doctor has agreed to participate in a Medicare Shared Savings ACO and to work closely with other doctors and health care providers in the ACO to coordinate care for Medicare beneficiaries, like yourself, who have traditional Medicare.
The ACO may share in any savings that result from providing you with high quality and more coordinated care.
ACOs Don’t Change Your Medicare Benefits

An ACO is not a Medicare Advantage plan or an HMO plan.
If you have traditional Medicare, you still have the right to use any doctor or hospital who accepts Medicare, at any time.
Your ACO doctor may continue to recommend that you see particular doctors for your specific health needs, but it’s always your choice about what doctors you use or hospitals you visit.
How Will An ACO Help My Doctor Coordinate My Care?

You benefit because your doctors will be part of a better coordinated team.
You may not have to fill out as many medical forms that ask for the same information.
Each of your doctors will not only know about the health issues they’ve treated, they will have a more complete picture of your health through talking with your other doctors.


http://www.globalpolicy.org/ngos.htmlACOPRESS CORPS – ACO-CY-TJ – Social Justice – BIO-KLIND UNITY – NGO
Representatives of independent citizen organizations are increasingly active in policy making at the United Nations. These organizations – known at the UN as “non-governmental organizations” or “NGOs” – are often the most effective voices for the concerns of ordinary people in the international arena. NGOs include the most outspoken advocates of human rights, the environment, social programs, women’s rights and more. This page links to information and analysis about NGOs at the UN and in global policy-making more broadly.

INTRODUCTION TO THE ACO PRESS CLUB – NGO
ACO
Introduction to NGOs
GPF Perspectives on NGOs
This section contains all GPF work on NGOs.

Defining NGOs
This section looks at how different definitions of “NGOs,” “Civil Society” and similar concepts can have different political implications.

General Analysis of the Role of NGOs
This page posts information analyzing the role of NGOs in general.

Credibility and Legitimacy of NGOs
Are NGOs the “conscience of humanity” as UN Secretary General Kofi Annan has said, or are they unrepresentative and meddling elites as some critics like to argue?

Funding for NGOs
NGOs finance their work through a variety of sources including membership dues, foundation and government grants, sales of services and business activities like credit cards, cruises and tee-shirt sales. How do funding sources influence NGO policy choices and public credibility?

NGOs and the UN
NGOs and UN Main Bodies
This section discusses NGO access and physical participation in major UN organs such as ECOSOC, the General Assembly and the Security Council. It also covers speeches by the Secretary General and reports on NGOs.

Relations between NGOs and the UN
This section analyzes the role, participation and contribution of NGOs in the UN system.

NGO Access at the UN
NGOs face a perpetual struggle for access to UN bodies and meetings. This page follows NGO access issues and also includes in depth coverage of access to the Official Document System.

Problematic NGOs at the UN
This section considers issues of accredited NGOs that challenge UN values and damage NGO reputation. It also considers problematic NGOs that seek accreditation or access to UN meetings and conferences.

NGO Working Group on Access
List of Members
List of Campaigns
Role of NGOs in the International Arena
NGOs in the Field
This section looks at the challenges that NGOs face “in the field”, providing humanitarian relief and development assistance in countries around the world.

NGOs and States
The relationship between NGOs and states is linked to new issues in international law. Do NGOs threaten state sovereignty, or on the contrary are NGOs too weak and subordinate to more powerful forces in the international system?

NGOs and Business
This section looks at the variety of relationshisp between NGOs and businesses.

NGOs and Regional/International Institutions
This section looks at the relationship between NGOs and International Institutions, such as the World Bank, IMF, etc.

Tables and Charts
This page provides tables and charts on NGOs in consultative status with ECOSOC by category and region.
Links and Resources
Links to NGO-related web sites and bibliography of books and articles.




AREAS OF WORK

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NGOs

Introduction

NGOs and the UN

NGO Working Group on UN-NGOs relations

Role of NGOs in the International Arena

GPF Perspective on NGOs

Tables and Charts on NGOs

Links and Resources on NGOs
UN Finance
International Justice
UN Reform
SPECIAL TOPICS

World Food & Hunger
The Dark Side of Natural Resources
Global Taxes
Humanitarian Intervention?
Private Military and Security Companies
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NGO Working Group on Food & Hunger
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