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    To the End of the Earth

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    The Hebrew Israelite Nation Elders will be speaking about our duty as the children of Israyl in being Yah's witnesses.  Acts 1:8 "But you shall receive power when the Set-apart Spirit has come upon you, and you shall be my witnesses in Yahrushalom, and in all Yahudah and Shomeron, and to the end of the earth."

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    Quiet, Justice, Love - How We Think of Blackness

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    Kevin Quashie, Ph.D., was the guest lecturer for Stetson University's Social Justice Lecture Series in fall 2014. The professor in the Department of Afro-American Studies at Smith College spoke on “Quiet, Justice, Love."
    In his talk, Quashie discusses African-American culture, often considered expressive, dramatic and even defiant, characterizations which are linked to the idea of resistance. Indeed, these terms come to dominate how we think of blackness. He addresses the topic of reimagining how we think about black culture, about resistance and justice. He questions how the idea of quiet, as a notion different from silence and as a metaphor for one’s inner life, could include insight into how to be alive in ways that are aware of social violence, but that retain the power and grace that is part of being human.
    For more about Dr. Quashie and his lecture, see the Stetson Today story: http://www.stetson.edu/today/2014/10/social-justice-lecture-quiet-justice-love/

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    Guest: Samuel Sandweiss

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    We are very happy to welcome to the show a very special guest who has had the very high honor of working close with the holy man, Sai Baba, an avatar who lived in southern India, attracting millions of followers around the world.
    Samuel H. Sandweiss, M.D., who has practiced psychiatrist for over 40 years, has been a Medical Director of a psychiatric clinic and has taught at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine in the position of Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry. Dr. Sandweiss has been interested in the relationship of spirituality and psychiatry and how spiritual practices affect the mind and expand consciousness and love.
    The author of three books about Sathya Sai Baba, Sai Baba: The Holy Man and the Psychiatrist, Spirit And The Mind, and the recently published With Love, Man is God, Dr. Sandweiss has also served on the Sathya Sai Baba Council of the United States since its beginning in 1975. He and his wife Sharon have hosted a Sai Baba Center in their home for over 39 years, and they oversee Birth Day Publishing Company, which publishes books about Sai Baba by Western authors.  On November 22, 2009 Dr. Sandweiss had the honor of addressing the graduates at the 28th convocation of the Sathya Sai University in India.

  • 00:58

    Host PHYLLIS HELENE Introduces her Platform

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    Host and Crisis Dramatist Phyllis Helene interviews

  • 01:28

    Special Guest Ragen Chastain

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    Hello SoundOFF Fam,
    We will be having Ms. Ragen Chastain on again! We will be having so much fun one more time.
    Ragen Chastain is speaker, writer, and internationally recognized thought leader in the fields of self-esteem, body image, Health at Every Size, and corporate wellness. She is a sought-after college, corporate, and conference speaker, she blogs at danceswithfat.org, and is the author of Fat: The Owner's Manual.  Ragen is frequently featured as an expert in print, radio, television and film and is a champion dancer, marathoner, co-founder of the 6,000 member Fit Fatties Forum, and currently training for her first IRONMAN Triathlon.
    I'm so elated to her back on show! She has great positive energy. So, come out and enjoy the night with us. The show will start 8pm PST on 12/10/2016.
    And if you wanting to know more about Ms. Ragen Chastain and how she is influencing people on "The Politics of Size". Here is her website!

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  • 01:24

    Tribute to Muhammad Ali for his 75th Birthday

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    Ali Bomaye!!! We will be discussing perhaps one of the 20th Century's most controversial figures. The Heavyweight Champion of the World of the 1960's and 1970's. Call in with your comments, questions, and concerns at (646) 564 9630 and press 1 to Speak LIVE on the Air!. 2-3:30pm Pacific 3-4:30pm Mountain 4-5:30pm Central  Eastern5-6:30pm.

  • 00:30

    A favor from God isn't always pretty!

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    Just because you ask for something in a prayer doesn't mean it will always happen.  But when it does, make sure you keep the faith and patience during the process.  From my recent experience I learned that my Creator is still in control and still expects me to play my part of the prayer.  Have you submitted a prayer that was more of a wishful thinking request. Please listen to this message.  This program is POWERED BY BIRD INC! 

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    Linda J Pifer on Tell Me a Story

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     Author, photographer, and genealogy researcher, Linda J. Pifer, is our guest on Tell Me a Story today. An interest in writing for her own amusement began in childhood and in 2003 Linda had her short story The Clover Finder©, published in Country Magazine©.  She is a member of Blackheath Dawn writers group. Her books include Ohio Girl, Windows, Daniel Smith, New Zealand Passage and Copper Swift, Back to Highbridge.  Join us today, on The Magic Happens Radio Network to learn more about what Linda loves to write, and where her writing adventures may take her in the future. Of course, you are invited to visit http://www.lindajpiferauthor.com where you will find links to all things Linda J. Pifer. We appreciate that you FOLLOW the network for all our podcasts. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/themagichappens

  • 01:07

    The Past, Present and Future of Bitcoin with Special Guest Andres Gonzalez

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    Special guest Andres Gonzalez (host of podcast B.Libre!) examine the history of money and currency from Ancient Egypt to the fractional-reserve banking that creates today’s fiat currencies. We then cover bitcoin and block chain basics and the current state of bitcoin. In the final segment, we imagine the possibilities that the blockchain offers beyond financial transactions.

  • 01:49

    Real Talk: What Would A Trump America Look Like?

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    The conversation continues. Many are happy and many are sad and fearful. What is to be expected from Trump as President? Will he act on those hateful things he spewed during his campaign? Will he really be a President for all people and work to unite us? The panel discusses this and so much more. Stay tuned!