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Come join Paranormal Talk Radio this Friday, June 12th at 7:30 PM Eastern Time! This week on Paranormal Talk Radio we will discuss the topics Ghost Stories, Legends and Folklore. The origins and how they get started! For example, every town has the lady in white or legend of Mary! Another sighting of the Devil Dog or Black Eyed Children!
Melanated Woman is proud to introduce to you, from Richmond, VA, the amazing, Omilade Janine Bell, founding president and artistic director of Elegba Folklore Society. Elegba, from the Yoruba cosmology of West Africa, is an Orisa or intercessor who opens the roads, bringing clarity out of confusion. The Elegba Folklore Society is a year-round, lively celebration of African and African American culture. Enjoy art and imports in our cultural center. Sway with our performance company in the warmth and feel of an African village. Awaken YOUR spirit! Or, participate in a guided heritage tour along the trail of enslaved Africans and other notable sites. The Capital City Kwanzaa Festival, Down Home Family Reunion, a Celebration of African American Folk Life, and Juneteenth, A Freedom Celebration are events that have delighted audiences for 22 years. The Society offers the best in African Diasporic cultural experiences, promoting an understanding of the present by valuing the past.
Christmas legends and folklore from around the world!
Tune in tonight as Papa Lou, Amorea, Ancestor Healing and our NEW COHOST talk about southern traditional folklore and remedies. We'll talk about the way different problems were dealt with from a sore throat to a haint ridin' you. ALSO, the phone lines will be open from the start so feel free to call in and share YOUR stories with us. It'll be a good time and a learning experience for everybody involved. See you soon!
Tune in and hear about some of our local unexplained mysteries, legends, and folklore. You might be surprised to learn about some of the cool goings on just right our backyards. Got a story to share? Feel free to call in. The lines will be open for our listeners to share in the fun.
Today on Never a Niche Live, I would like to share some folklore about Oregon.
"Today's presentation is a famous work of fiction that many people mistakenly think is a true story. It’s a story written in 1899 by Lischen Miller, the sister-in-law of famous Oregon writer Joachin Miller, and published in a West Coast literary magazine called Pacific Monthly. Published, I should say, as a work of fiction. Miller never represented her story as anything else."
--Finn of "Lies of Oregon"
Today's podcast examines a tale of an Oregon lighthouse and, I felt, was an interesting story of how tales like these continue to grow and mold into truth.
This show features all of the Christmas Lore segments we did during the American Awakening morning shows in December. Now all of these segments were American lore. It has each of those segments, plus a second part which includes Christmas folklore from around the world. Plus we'll finish it with the story of the Christmas Truce from World War I.
As usual, Obama Claus will drop in for the Christmas Countdown. Only a few more days and we can get ride of that joker!
Join host Donna Wright as she talks with authors about using folklore and mythology within their romances. Hear what authors Janie Franz, KJ Coakley, Flossie Benton have to say. We'll also hear from special guest Joyce Humphrey Cares about the upcoming Destiny Blaine Workshop and Reader Rally in October. Again this week Jacci DeVera will be brining you Romance News while Mallory Kane is away enjoying wine and cheese in France. All of this and more this week on Hummingbird Place -- Your Home for Romance. Coming to you live from the Secret Cravings Publishing Studio.
Superstitions are fascinating and fun. Mix in some folklore and we have some great stories. Join me and guest co-host authoress Daina Majer Benson as we chat about some common superstitions, perhaps some strange ones, and find out which we ones we carry in our belief systems.
I'm back on the air! I was out for a few days when our newborn was welcomed into the world, along with the family Christmas. So obviously our schedule got thrown off a bit here. I'll share more about the birth of my daughter in the next edition of "It's A Wonderful Life" sometime Friday or over the weekend.
As for today, enjoy another show from the past. This one is from last year, it's all about Christmas legends and folklore from around the world.
On the third episode of The Tyler Rebik Show, Rabbi Tyler talks about important News Updates, discusses general degrees of Folklore and Mysticism, and provides a review for interests.
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Tenebrae non importo. export tantum lumen.
It's Independence Day Week!
Thought of The Day
Opening Music: American Noise by Skillet
Opening Prayer: For Tuesday Morning.
Devotion: "What Is Love". Key Verse: "We love because He first loved us." -1 John 4:19
Today In History
Song of The Day: "Fix My Eyes" by for King and Country. (Go to the Facebook page to listen.)
American Folklore: Crossing The Delaware
Closing Prayer: For Right Service of God