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Health Conspiracy Radio welcomes best selling author Eldon Taylor! Nick Brannigan will discuss with Eldon the revised edition of his book, Choices and Illusions!
Eldon Taylor is an award winning, New York Times best selling author of over 300 books, audio, and video programs. He is the inventor of the patented InnerTalk technology and the founder and President of Progressive Awareness Research, Inc. He has been called a “master of the mind” and has appeared as an expert witness on both hypnosis and subliminal communication. Eldon was a practicing criminalist for many years specializing in the detection of deception and forensic hypnosis. Eldon is listed in more than a dozen Who’s Who publications including Who’s Who In Intellectuals and Who’s Who In Science and Engineering. He is a Fellow in the American Psychotherapy Association and an internationally sought after speaker. His books and audio/video materials have been translated into more than a dozen languages and have sold millions worldwide. Eldon's work for over thirty years has been all about why we believe and do what we do, even when it fails to serve us. His InnerTalk technology has been proven effective in numerous independent scientific studies.
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Join your host Clairvoyant Life Coach Bernadette Dickinson and cohost Ric Cook for enlightening talks about mastering your spiritual journey, walking your path and living life.
In a world of created Illusions we can take control of our understanding and manifestation. We will discuss mass hypnosis, beliefs, ideas and how to use it to create your own reality. Bernadette is going to share an interesting experience with the fluidity of windows and windshields.
Tuesdays 5pm Pac/8pm ET taking calls 347-324-3891 live chat.
For more info go to Bernadette's website
Join us for another episode of Beauty Talk as we chat with Film and TV Hairstylist Camille Friend. Camille will share with us every aspect of doing hair for Feature Film. Sunday 9pm ET/6pm PT right here on BlogTalk Radio. Join the converssation with your questions and comments by calling 914.803.4399.
In the this episode, the Dedman and his guest co-host Holly Von Doom will interview Actress Sarah French Writer/Actor/Producer Joe Knetter.
We will also be discussing the latest horror news from around the world as well as reviewing Scream Factory's Psycho 2 Blu-Ray.
We will also listen to and discuss a few tracks from Metal Blade Records artist The Black Dahlia Murder as well as have a DVD giveaway!
Make sure to tune in at 8 PM EST and REST IN PEACE!
Wichita, KS – Visit your local pharmacy to pick up a prescription and most likely it will come with information warning you how the drugs may interact with other drugs you take. Though this information seems basic, it is extremely necessary. If a doctor makes a mistake, the consequences could be severe.
35 years ago the understanding of how drugs interact with each other wasn’t as sophisticated as it is today. This was also true in most of the state of Kansas. That changed when Virginia “Ginger” French became the first doctor of pharmacy in the state of Kansas.
“There used to be a saying: ‘If you’re going to Kansas, set your watch back 20 years,’" says French. "Pharmacy departments were very different then. It wasn’t as scientific as it is now, which put people at risk for no reason”
A trailblazing pharmacist and educator, French has personally seen the evolution of her field. In many ways she has been responsible for it.
“You have to be very detail oriented to be a good pharmacist. It requires precise calculations,” says French. “I’m just fascinated by this information and I want to do the right thing so I put the time into it. I also enjoy sharing what I have learned.”
As a doctor of pharmacy (or PharmD), French understood the chemistry and the physiology, the drug and the patient. She bears the distinction of being the first clinical pharmacist ever to round with physicians in Kansas, as far as she knows.
Though an injury forced Dr. French to resign from her position in late 2010, today she is a seasoned investor for French and French, LLC, applying the same scientific approach to her investments she did as a PharmD. French’s portfolio includes some major pharmaceutical companies as well as companies developing speculative drugs that could one day help millions.
Join us on Sunday, September 15th for another edition of Beauty Talk with Illusions. We will chat with James Vincent of the Powder Group about The Artist Summit 2013 taking place in Provincetown, MA on October 6-9. Three days of unlimited inspiration featuring some of the industry's leading educators. Get all the details right here on Beauty Talk.
"The best of America drifts to Paris...France has the only two things toward which we drift as we grow older -- intelligence and good manners." - F. Scott Fitzgerald
"French literature scholar Reyl's first novel is rich and magnetic, a snapshot of one young woman's life in a city at once ancient and bubbling over with life." - Booklist
ABOUT THE BOOK It's 1989, the Berlin Wall is coming down, and Kate has just graduated from Yale, eager to pursue her dreams as a fledgling painter. When she receives a job offer to work as the assistant to Lydia Schell, a famous American photographer in Paris, she immediately accepts. It's a chance not only to be at the center of it all, but also to return to France for the first time since she was a lonely nine-year-old girl, sent to the outskirts of Paris to live with cousins while her father was dying.
In compelling and sympathetic prose, Hilary Reyl perfectly captures this portrait of a precocious, ambitious young woman struggling to define herself in a vibrant world that spirals out of her control. Lessons in French is at once a love letter to Paris and the story of a young woman finding herself, her moral compass, and, finally, her true family.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Hilary Reyl has a Ph.D. in French literature from NYU with a focus on the 19th century and has spent several years working and studying in France. She lives in New York City with her family. Lessons in French (Simon & Schuster, March 5, 2013) is her first novel.
This radio program we discuss martyrs,their effects upon the area where they are and fellow servants that come soon after.
Act 22:17 And it came to pass, that, when I was come again to Jerusalem, even while I prayed in the temple, I was in a trance; Acts22:20 And when the blood of thy martyr Stephen was shed, I also was standing by, and consenting unto his death, and kept the raiment of them that slew him.
Under Roman rule, Lutetia was thoroughly Romanised with a population estimated at around 8,000 people. It was Christianised in the 3rd century, traditionally when St Denis became the city's first bishop. The process was not entirely peaceful – in about 250 St Denis and two companions were arrested and decapitated on the hill of Mons Mercurius, where Roman foundations have been found, thereafter known as Mons Martyrum (Martyrs' Hill, or Montmartre).
Lutetia was renamed Paris in 360, taking its name from the Gallic Parisii tribe name.