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  • 00:51

    Jennifer Licko Band

    in Radio

    Jennifer Licko is primarily a Celtic Folk singer, dancer and multi-instrumentalist who skillfully plays the piano, guitar and bodhrán (Irish drum). She is a trained vocalist who has that certain quality that makes for easy and pleasant listening whether she is singing an unaccompanied lament, a rousing pub song, or puirt-a-beul (Gaelic mouth music). She blends a stunning vocal range with a sensitivity and warmth that turns her audience into Celtic music fans. While living and performing in Ireland for three years, Jennifer soaked in the culture and passion for the music. She studied Scots Gaelic in Scotland and has a passion for the music from the Western Isles of Scotland. 
    Currently Jennifer is performing with various Celtic ensembles throughout the United States. 

  • 00:28

    My Prayer Closet

    in Christianity

    Join Rev. Dr. Andrew, every Tuesday Evening at 6:00 PM (EST) to pray the Protastúnach Paidrín. Translated to be the Protestant Rosary in the Gaelic tongue. However, we pray it in English. The prayers are highlights of our Lord's life and ministry as well as those who were part of it. It is a wonderful prayer vigil that will help you to center yourself on your relationship with Jesus.


    So join the vigil it's easy to follow and can be done in less than 15 minutes, but we take 30 minutes so that your prayer requests can me read and meditated on as well. Send us your prayer request to; (info@celticcrossministry.com).

  • 00:07

    The Prayer Motivator Minute #663

    in Christianity

    A Gaelic Prayer reads, "I am going out on Thy path. God be behind me, God be before me, God be in my footsteps."

    Our prayer motivator passage from the Word of God today is Matthew 6:7 which reads: "But when ye pray, use not vain repetitions, as the heathen do: for they think that they shall be heard for their much speaking."

    Our prayer motivator quote today is from Steven Furtick. He said: "One of the most glaring discrepancies in the Christian faith today is between the size of our God and the size of our prayers."

  • 00:29

    Tony Hilling, The Voice of Aedistamen and Uplifting Devotionals III

    in Books

    Perhaps his Breton, Celtic fathers are the reason for it -- the story telling, I mean. Because it spans three careers as priest, lawyer, and Christian pastor. Then, there’s the other side, of course: the female line, which is a proliferation of the Gaelic Celtic – more story telling interspersed with fiery feminine war cries.


    What’s story telling got to do with lawyering? If you’ve never appeared before a judge, told him a story (a true one) about the case in question, and have little penchant for narrative, don’t ever try it! There are few things more mentally painful than the sarcasm of the judiciary. Similarly, don’t ever expect your congregation to listen to you if can’t put together a modern day parable that is faithful to the New Testament variety. You’ll wind up preaching to yourself and getting frightfully bored.


    Add to this a balladeer’s gift of writing soul-seeking songs and performing them on stage, and you begin to apprehend him.


    And perhaps it’s because this rather strange Scot did not quite fit in those ‘aforementioned’ careers that he finally decided to get serious about narrative and create some stories of his own, from scratch of course. Or maybe it was simply because, true to his counter-cultural, God-smitten, Celtic ancestors, he wanted to tell stories about a faithful Presence in a godless age.

  • 00:39

    KS Radio Ep.30 Scotland, Pipes & Banter

    in Lifestyle

     


     


    Opening pipe music Ryan, courtesy of Bret Cousins


    On this weeks episode Karen gets to talk Scottish gibbers with guests from the Airdrie Gaelic Society.


    Bret Cousins, president of the Society


    and Kevin Fraser, member of the Society and Pipe Major of the Airdrie Scots, Pipes & Drums.


    Bret explains the mechanics of the chanter and gives us a wee tune.


    The Airdrie Gaelic Society was founded 2014 after playing for the Airdrie Summer Games and are establishing themselves in the community with a big knees up...a Robbie Burns Dinner scheduled for January 24th at the Airdrie Town & Country Centre. Tickets available to purchase online.


    For more information about the Pipe Band, the Airdrie Gaelic Society and ways you can help go to www.society.airdriescots.com


     


     


     


     


     

  • 01:23

    Carl Lehrburger: Secrets of Ancient America

    in News

    Secrets of Ancient America is the real history of the New World and the visitors, from both East and West, who traveled to the Americas long before 1492 

    • Provides more than 300 photographs and drawings, including Celtic runes in New England, Gaelic inscriptions in Colorado, and Asian symbols in the West 

    • Reinterprets many archaeological finds, such as the Ohio Serpent Mound 

    • Reveals Celtic, Hebrew, Roman, early Christian, Templar, Egyptian, Chinese, and Japanese influences in North American artifacts and ruins 

    As the myth of Columbus “discovering” America falls from the pedestal of established history, we are given the opportunity to discover the real story of the New World and the visitors, from both East and West, who traveled there long before 1492. 

    Sharing his more than 25 years of research and travel to sites throughout North America, Carl Lehrburger employs epigraphy, archaeology, and archaeoastronomy to reveal extensive evidence for pre-Columbian explorers in ancient America. He provides more than 300 photographs and drawings of sites, relics, and rock art, including Celtic and Norse runes in New England, Phoenician and Hebrew inscriptions in the Midwest, and ancient Shiva linga and Egyptian hieroglyphs in the West. He uncovers the real story of Columbus and his motives for coming to the Americas. He reinterprets many well-known archaeological and astronomical finds, such as the Ohio Serpent Mound, America’s Stonehenge in New Hampshire, and the Crespi Collection in Ecuador. 


    Carl Lehrburger has studied archaeological and sacred sites in North America, with a focus on ancient Old World peoples in America before Columbus, for more than 25 years. He has published articles in Ancient American magazine. An avid traveler and explorer, he lives in Talent, Oregon.

  • 01:01

    LIVE! with Cathi---BOO! THE 31ST

    in Fitness

    HALLOWEEN, HALLOWEEN, oh what scary things are seen, witches hats, coal black cats, broomstick riders, mice and rats!


    HALLOWEEN is one of the oldest holidays still celebrated today.  It's one of the most popular holidays, second to Christmas.


    HALLOWEEN has its origins in the ancient Celtic Festival known as Samhain.  It is a celebration of the end of the harvest season in Gaelic culture.  This was a time used by the ancient pagans to take stock of supplies and prepare for winter.  The festival involved bonfires that would attract insects to the area which attracted bats.  Masks and costumes were worn in an attempt to mimic the evil spiritsor appease them.


    STAY TUNED...


    HALLOWEEN ORGIN...etc.


    Celebration of the end of...etc.


    Masks and costumes...etc.


    Evil Spirits...etc.


    Popular in the U.S, U.K...etc.

  • 00:57

    Halloween/Samhain Celebration with Maya Rose Nash

    in Spirituality

    Samhain & Halloween Celebration with Maya Rose Nash


    Samhain is a Gaelic festival marking the end of the harvest  season and the beginning of winter  or the "darker half" of the year. It is celebrated from sunset October 31st - sunset November 1st.


    Maya-Rose Nash, Tarot & Astrology


    Maya-Rose Nash is all about light and knowledge, both on the world we see, and on the magic that is all around us.  She current writes a horoscope column in a local magazine.  Maya is often seen lecturing on the history of witchcraft and dispelling the many misconceptions surrounding the ancient religion. She is also an expert in such topics as the History of the Tarot,Tea Leaf Reading, and The Fairy Realm. An active psychic, she has entertained and aided many with psychic readings. All bright and positive magic is what Maya is about, nothing dark, nothing frightening! 


    For more information visit http://mayanash.com/

  • 01:04

    The Magic of Ireland - Exploring the Thinness of the Veil

    in Family

    Today on the Voice of Change, Suzanne Murray shares with listeners, The Magic of Ireland - Exploring the Thinness of the Veil.  When Suzanne mentions the name Ireland people get a wistful, distant gaze in their eyes and breathe out a sigh of longing as if on some barely conscious level they feel the beauty and soul of the place. There is something about Ireland that plays on the imagination. In the West of Ireland especially one gets a sense of the thinness of the veil, where things unexpected and unexplainable happen. In this program Suzanne will share stories of Ireland and talk about the great gift the place gives which is an awareness that the world is a more magical place than our minds want us to think, that we are supported in amazing ways if we open up and allow the support of the other realms to flow in.


     Suzanne Murray is a gifted empowerment, creativity and writing coach, writer, poet, EFT practitioner and intuitive healer. Born in San Francisco to Irish grandparents she first felt the call of Ireland in 2005 as if the land of her ancestors were calling her home. Since that time she has made many trips to Ireland and lived there for two years. She now leads small groups to the West of Ireland where the Irish language (Gaelic - the ancient language of the Celts) is still spoken and you can feel the thinness of the veil, the undercurrents of the realms beyond the everyday and the depth of history in the land.


     


     


     

  • 01:01

    Samhain & Halloween Celebration with Maya Rose Nash

    in Spirituality

    Samhain & Halloween Celebration with Maya Rose Nash
    Samhain is a Gaelic festival marking the end of the harvest  season and the beginning of winter  or the "darker half" of the year. It is celebrated from sunset October 31st - sunset November 1st.
    Maya-Rose Nash, Tarot & Astrology Maya-Rose Nash is all about light and knowledge, both on the world we see, and on the magic that is all around us.  She current writes a horoscope column in a local magazine.  Maya is often seen lecturing on the history of witchcraft and dispelling the many misconceptions surrounding the ancient religion. She is also an expert in such topics as the History of the Tarot, Tea Leaf Reading, and The Fairy Realm. An active psychic, she has entertained and aided many with psychic readings. All bright and positive magic is what Maya is about, nothing dark, nothing frightening! 
    For more information visit http://mayanash.com/
     

  • 03:00

    It's Halloween Week, How Did Halloween Traditions Come To Be

    in Entertainment

    This week on the Brian The Hammer Show we talk about the origins of "Halloween"
    -What are the best Horror Films of all time?
    -Is it ever ok for a white person to be in a "Black Face"? Even in the name of a Halloween Costume? Do you think Julianne Hough is being attacked unfairly?
    Halloween, A contraction of "All Hallows' Evening", also known as All Hallows' Eve, is a yearly celebration observed in a number of countries on October 31. Hallowmas, the time in the liturgical year dedicated to remembering the dead, including Saints (Hallows), Martyrs and all the faithful departed believers.
    According to many scholars, All Hallows' Eve is a Christianized feast initially influenced by Celtic harvest festivals, with possible pagan roots, particularly the Gaelic Samhain. Other academics maintain that it originated independently of Samhain and has solely Christian roots.
    Typical festive Halloween activities include trick-or-treating (or the related "Guising" or "Trunk-or-treating), attending costume parties, decorating, carving pumpkins into jack-o-lanterns, lighting bonfires, apple bobbing, visiting haunted attractions, playing pranks telling scary stories and watching horror films.
    The word Halloween dates back to about 1745 and is of Christian origin. Over time (All) Hallow(s) E(v)en evolved into Halloween.
    Development of artifacts and symbols associated with Halloween formed over time. Jack-O'-Lanterns are traditionally carried by guisers on All Hallows' Eve in order to frighten evil spirits. There is a popular Irish Christian folktale associated with the Jack O'Lantern which in lore, is said to represent a "Soul who has been denied entry into both Heaven and Hell"
    For all this and more join us LIVE at 10am pacific - 1pm eastern time - Call in: 646-595-3032