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  • 00:25

    Journey-In-Rhythm Episode 7: "Planting, Farming , & Love" Guest - Abu Talib

    in Gardening

    https://communitygreen.wordpress.com/2013/04/30/taqwa-community-farm/


    Contraction & Expansion of the Zodiac:
    Astrolonomical vs. Astrological


    Astrologers today are working with a dating scheme that has been outdated for over two millenia--and which was never particularly accurate to begin with. The traditional dates for the positions of the Zodiac constellations are simply incorrect. But modern astrologers don't actually observe the sky the way ancient astrologers did. They simply go by ancient charts based on the position of the Sun in the stars over 2000 years ago. As the following table indicates, the traditional dates for the Sun's position in the Zodiac are not only out of sync with the actual sky, but they are artificially separated into 30-degree segments to make each sign last an average of 30 days.


    TRADITIONAL ASTROLOGICAL DATES VS ACTUAL ASTRONOMICAL DATES *Astrological - (Aries 21 Mar - 19 Apr (30 day cycle)) Actual Astronomical - (Aries 19 Apr - 13 May (25 day cycle))*


    ASR's domain is Duat - the Egyptian Underworld.  He is a protective funerary god, guarding the west of the Nile where most of the cemeteries are located, and where the sun descended into the duat.  As ruler of the underworld, ASR ensures that the souls of the wicked and undesirable do not pass into his realm.  He is both a god of fertility and the embodiment of the dead and resurrected king. Once the ruler of Egypt died he became AST (who then gave orders to the living). Seker is Asar's title when he is resurrected and he takes his place in the Netherworld as the king.  In this aspect he presides over the judgement of the heart of the aspirant. His union with Aset symbolises the achievement of striving for spiritual salvation or resurrection The union with Nebethet symbolises bondage, suffering and the cycles of birth and death, known as reincarnation.

  • 01:00

    power of perception paranormal with Rory Cundiff and Jack Hill

    in Spirituality

     


    Rory Cundiff: 48 year old semi-retired On-Air Personality.
    Jack Hill: 46 year old exterminator with a taste for hot rods and racing.


    We've had several different paranormal experiences, some even together as we grew up as neighbors in Somerset, KY. About 5 years ago we decided to investigate the unexplained in our spare time but only recently have taken it to the next level. We are a non profit that seeks to find out what is beyond our earthly life. We enter our investigations looking for an explanation and reason before we say a place is haunted. When other people run away, we run towards!


    We have had great success investigating personal residences and cemeteries. We use digital recorders, K2, Cell Sensor, infrared photography, video, flashlight Q&A and some basic old school tricks. Jack and I consider ourselves "sensitive" in the meaning we attract spirits and entities. We plan on investigating Waverly Hills in Louisville and Bobby Mackies in Northern Kentucky very soon. We also plan on posting our investigations to YouTube as we work to become a professional name in the paranormal world. We'll share some of adventures with you during our interview!


     

  • 01:25

    SPECIAL HOST DR MARY BARRETT 8PM ET PARANORMAL JIM MALLIARD 9PM ET HOLLY VAUGHAN

    in Entertainment

    Take 2 Radio welcomes as a Special Host Dr. Mary Barrett.  Shows will be on Fridays at 8pm eastern time!


    First guest: 8pm eastern on April 24th
    Jim Malliard grew up with the paranormal practically woven into his DNA. When he was as young as 3 years old, he would spend time in cemeteries with his family talking to his friends who were unseen; and to this day, those experiences have left him wondering and fueled his drive to seek out the truth.


    Jim now lives in northwestern Pennsylvania with his family. He runs Meadville Paranormal and his radio show, The Malliard Report, from there.  


    Second guest: 9pm eastern on April 24th
    My name is Holly Vaughan. I am 29 years old living in Tennessee. I decided to start a travel business because I love traveling and planning family, fun filled vacations. I have planned small family vacations for my family. We have vacationed in Florida and spent a couple days at Lego Land in Lakeland, FL. I have planned a small weekend vacation in Chicago, IL for my graduation. On my honeymoon last June, I planned a Las Vegas Vacation, we went on a Champagne tour around Las Vegas, went to see a show. Drove from Las Vegas to Southern California. Spent some time in Hollywood went to a wax museum, saw Jimmy Kimmel live (for those of you that do not know, he is a late night talk show host). Just to name a few things we saw and did on our vacation. I would love to help make memories for other families also. Please also visit my website at www.yourparadisegetaway.com for all your vacation needs.

  • 01:14

    Honoring Mother Earth on Earth Day & Year Round w/Selena Fox

    in Spirituality

    Foremother, activist, ritualist, priestess and envirionmentalist, Selene Fox, Executive Director of Circle Sanctuary, a 200 acre sacred Nature preserve in southwestern Wisdomsin and founder of Circle Cemetary, one of the first Green cemeteries in the USA returns to the show to discuss Honoring Mother Earth on Earth Day and Year Round.  We'll hear Selena discuss ancient and contemporary ways of attuning to Planet Earth in some of Her Earth Goddess forms including Mother Earth, Terra, Pachamama, and Gaia.  We'll discuss incorporating Green Living, Nature communion and Ecoactivism in daily life and collaborating with others for a sustainable, healthier environment.

  • 01:31

    Guest: Joy Neighbors - Joy's JOY of Wine & A Grave Interest

    in Wine

    Tonight on All About Wine, we welcome back Joy Neighbors of "Joy's JOY of Wine", a weekly blog about all things "wine".  For those interested in genealogy, history and cemeteries, she writes another weekly blog, "A Grave Interest".  She is also a professional freelance magazine and book writer.  Joy has "been in the industry for 15 years as a winery owner, marketing director, speaker, writer, wine judge, and 100% vino girl!"


     


    Tune in or call the show and speak with host Ron and our guest tonight on All About Wine.  Share your comments and questions on-air by dialing (646) 727-3235 during the LIVE show (7pm/eastern time).

  • 02:11

    PTRN Presents - Nature Magic w/Selena Fox - Circle Talk

    in Spirituality

    7 PM CST - Nature Study with Selena Fox:  Green Cemeteries - Join Rev. Selena Fox for a discussion on learning about Greening the End of Life through cemeteries that combine environmental conservation with the ancient practice of natural burial.


    8 PM CST - Circle Talk with Jeanet & David Ewing:  Music at PSG - S.J. Tucker - Join Circle Ministers Jeanet and David Ewing for a discussion with special guest, S. J. Tucker who will be performing at this year's Pagan Spirit Gathering.


     


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    Music for PTRN open and close provided by SJ Tucker, For more music and information, please visit http://sjtucker.com/

  • 01:00

    Uncovering Slave Cemeteries in Louisiana

    in History

    Please my special guest  Myrtis Johnson founder of Save Our Graves Foundation. Mrs. Johnson is preserving cemeteries in St. Helena Parish. 


    Also join us tonight is Leon A. Waters is a licensed tour guide for Hidden History Tours, a division of Hidden History, a touring, publishing, and research company started by Waters. Waters is also a founding member of the Louisiana Museum of African American History located in New Orleans, Louisiana. Leon will discuss the slave cemetery found in Norco, LA.

  • 00:10

    Cemeteries Part I

    in Paranormal


    The perfect place for new investigators seems to be cemeteries.  Many do not have closing hours, they are known to be haunted, and they certainly have the "creep" factor that is sought after.


    However, cemeteries are filled with perils that most are unaware of, from the demonic to the parasitic.  


    Part I of II

  • 00:30

    Interview with Vamped.Org

    in Paranormal

    Please Join Magenta Ash as we interview the blog website with a bite VAMPED.ORG'S very own ERIN CHAPMAN!


     


    Erin is co-admin and columnist for Vamped. She is also a taphophile who enjoys lurking in graveyards and cemeteries in search of that perfect photo. Her background is marketing and has been in the industry for almost 10 years. She lives in Vancouver.


     


    THIS WEBSITE IS AMAZING! EVERYONE SHOULD GO CHECK THEM OUT! If you love vampires, this site has amazing interviews, unique articles, reviews of music and movies and so much more!


    http://vamped.org/


    https://www.youtube.com/user/vampednetwork


    http://vampednetwork.tumblr.com/


     

  • 01:05

    Gather at the Table Revisited with Sharon Morgan and Thomas Norman Dewolf

    in History

    Gather at the Table: The Healing Journey of a Daughter of Slavery and a Son of the Slave Trade --


     


    -- is the chronicle of a shared journey toward racial reconciliation. Informed by genealogy, it deals with race, social justice and healing from the traumatic wounds of slavery. Over a three year period, the authors traveled through 27 states, visiting ancestral towns, courthouses, cemeteries, plantations, antebellum mansions, and historic sites. 


    Bernice Alexander Bennett welcomes Sharon Leslie Morgan and Thomas Norman Dewolf to share this compelling journey with us.


    Sharon Morgan is a marketing communications consultant and a nationally recognized pioneer in multicultural marketing. An avid genealogist, she is the webmaster for OurBlackAncestry.com and is a founder of the Black Public Relations Society. 


    Thomas Norman DeWolf, author of Inheriting the Trade, is featured in the Emmy-nominated documentary film Traces of the Trade, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and on the acclaimed PBS series POV. DeWolf speaks regularly about healing from the legacy of slavery and racism at conferences and colleges throughout the United States. 

  • 01:00

    Are We Neglected Black Cemeteries?

    in History

    Please join Host Antoinette Harrell and Co-Host Robin Foster as we talk about one of the many legacies that we are neglecting. According to the genealogical research of family historian,Antoinette Harrell, Tangipohoa and St Helena Parishes in Lousiana have many neglected cemeteries. Our families worked hard to provide a place to bury our dead when no other place could be found.
    Maintaining the cemetery  preserves its genealogical value. In many rural areas, it is easier to locate the family cemetery unlike in urban areas were people move in from other places.  Family names are deep rooted in rural areas and easily recognized by other families in the area. Family historians who are fortunate enough to locate a well cared for cemetery with headstones can also locate other members of the family buried nearby.
    Every church that calls itself an organized institution and collects tithing money and has a cemetery, should they be responsible for the upkeep of that cemetery?
    Should distant family members who come back to bury their deceased loved ones and have not contributed to the maintenance of the cemetery pay an annual fee for its upkeep?
    Antoinette with the help of Bernard Temple, son, and friend,  Iloina Lyttle, recorded nine cemeteries and  created a database which was donated to the Lousiana USGen Cemetery web site for blacks.