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    The Light to The Gentiles

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    You Christians need to sit your ass down somewhere and stop reading passages out of the bible you don't understand !!! The problem with the American Negro is you love everybody and everybody don't love you!!!!

  • 01:34

    The Rich Report

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    The Ame’rican Indian is known to have been some of the greatest warriors ever.  But what history doesn’t tell us is Ame’ricans not only had superior fighting skills and tactics, but Negro Indian tribes also had better weapons then their European opponents.  The myth of Indigenous Indians losing in battle to European forces is greatly exaggerated.  The reality; White Americans not only adopted guerilla warfare from Ame’ricans, but the Marine Corps as we know it also comes from Indigenous Indians.  The over 500 treaties they signed with Indigenous Ame’ricans is proof of our success against European invaders.  How much do you know of our illustrious military history?  Join me as we discuss in-depth.  563-999-3442 is the call-in number to the show.  Press 1 if you have a question/comment.  Tune in and let’s dialogue!!

  • 00:35

    Summit Spring: DPRK, ROK, US + PRC in Diplomatic Dialogue

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    Jenny Town (Assistant Director of the US-Korea Institute at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies/Managing Editor at 38North.org) joins host Andre Goulet to discuss Washington's reaction to the surprise announcement of a Donald Trump/Kim Jong-un summit and- what can we expect from this month’s upcoming inter-Korean talks.  How do the conditions surrounding the summit compare to the Roh Moo-hun/Kim Jong-il meeting of 2007?  
    Plus: John Bolton as White House National Security Adviser adds a dangerous element to peace-making efforts on the peninsula and- why is Seoul still without an American ambassador?    All this and more on episode 73 of The Korea File. 
    Music on this episode:  ???'s  '??? ??' (1987)
    This conversation was recorded on April 3rd, 2018
    Mastered by Chris Hernandez at Studio Petit Palais in Montreal.

  • 00:46

    Why Blk Americans Have Not Advanced

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    Greetings 9MIND Sacred Sisterhood. Peace, Protection, prosperity and most of all wisdom upon we all and those we love. The question being presented is why Black Americans, descendants of antebellum plantation slavery have failed to advance collectively in the most propserpous, technological advanced and once military super power of the world? Although there are several answers I will give my listeners the answer that most Black Americans will never give you if you ask them. Many will say racism or white supremacy lolz others will say education and others still will say poverty or a lack of Unity. And although I do agreee that all mentioned do play their part the real reason why Black Americans have not advanced is because of how we think and view ourselves in America. I call how most Black Americans think; "PLANTATION PROGRAMMING". Many of we are unaware of it because other Blacks we interact and engage with express (the same) programming so we tend to THINK it's normal and natural and thus have no mental measuring barometer within our own race or culture to define what should be NORMAL as opposed to what should be abnormal. As such the abnormal becomes the normal in the imbalanced Black Mind thus causing we to repeat the errors of our Foremothers and ForeFathers who themselves did not take the time as FREED SLAVES to codify or create a handbook for Freed Slaves still living under constant racial oppression from hoardes of w/usurpers. Because this was not done ex slaves simply relied upon the religion taught them as the only rules of conduct & behavior for themselves & progeny to follow. Now I have mentioned in other broadcast that religion is only useful if you have a solid cohesive COMMUNITYbuilt off shared values and principles first. Religion without this as it's foundation is like a dog who has never known a leash. Link Up @https://twitter.com/El_shiloh9  

  • 02:20

    Helios Biblios HOUR, THE Sun Book aka Bible

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    Do Christians Worship the Sun? No, of course not, but their belief is not holy and it has a root in ancient Sun worship. Check it out. The word Holy Bible derives from the Greek Words Helios Biblos. Helios means Sun and Biblos is derived from the ancient Egyptian word, papyrus, which means paper. "Holy Bible" means Sun Book (or compiled papers) and represents the knowledge of the "Children of the Sun" as recorded by the original inhabitants of Egypt.The biblical Jesus, for the most part, is the SUN in the sky. The fiery SUN. John 3:19 "I am the Light of the world," Psalms 84:11 "the Lord God is a sun….," Deuteronomy 4:24 "God is a consuming fire," Mal. 4:2 "Sun of Righteousness," and John 12:46 "...a light into the world" are just a few examples. The 12 apostles of the biblical Jesus are the constellations.People are not born from virgins. The Virgin birth is the SUN having its start (solar calendars) in the constellation of Virgo as it was in some areas of the world. (Virgo is Latin for virgin) The name Mary is symbolic to the names Auset-Meri (Isis) and Maya. Isis was the Virgin mother of the astrological Sun God Heru (Horus) of ancient Egypt. In Buddhist mythology, Maya was the name of the virgin mother of Siddhartha (the Buddha of 2,500 years ago). There are more astrological virgin mothers besides these three. In fact, there were over 10 "crucified saviors" before Jesus, because these are mythological and esoteric stories based on the SUN and it's movements. Virgo is the only female constellation, the celestial virgin.The resurrection of Lazarus is a plagiarized story taken from the Ausarian Resurrection of over 12,000 years ago, which was also based on the SUN. In the story, the God Ausar (Osirus) was killed by his brother, Set (origin of the word Satan). The son (Sun) of Ausar (Osirus), named Heru (Horus in Greek) avenged his father's death.

  • 00:42

    Robert Raines, Hot Springs, and the Gangster Museum of America.

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    The director of the Gangster Museum of America, Robert Raines, discusses his ode to ganster life in the Mob's playground, and his book, Hot Springs: From Capone to Costello.

  • 00:44

    The Ajay Bruno Show - Andrew Novo Interview

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    The guest for this episode is Andrew Novo, an expert on Mediterranean history, and Professor of Strategic Studies at the National Defense University. We highlight some of the military triumphs and failures of the Roman Empire, as well as the ramifications on the world today.

  • 00:16

    April 2018 Laura Ingalls Wilder Update

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    Tune in to find out what's going on in Laura Ingalls Wilder fandom around the country from Laura Ingalls Wilder homesites to Trundlebed Tales programs. Especially listen in for events in De Smet, South Dakota; Independence, Kansas; Mansfield, Missouri, and Marshfield, Missouri's Cherry Blossom Festival.

  • 00:56

    Freemasons and Masonic Records with Alvie Davidson

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    Professional genealogist and private investigator Alvie Davidson joins Jane today to talk about freemasonry and masonic records. Alvie, a Master Mason and 32nd Degree Mason (also known as Scottish Rite), will explain what freemasonry is and its history abroad and in the U.S. Alvie will discuss what types of records were created by masonic lodges and where they can be found.

  • 00:31

    There is Something Fishy about April Fool's Day

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    April Fool's Day is a thing but why? Pat and Eric did some research to find out and they came up with some interesting stuff.  This story has paper fish, calendar confusion, mythology (of course), and a major religious figure's circumcision.  

  • 01:51

    The Roots of Rock and Roll

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    James A. Cosby will talk about his book The Devil's Music, Holy Rollers and Hillbillies: How America Gabe Birth to Rock and Roll.

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