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Join hosts Lynda Cheldelin Fell & Angie Cartwright on Grief Diaries Radio Show on Wednesday, October 8, as they catch up with Bill Guggenheim, the father of after-death communication and bestselling co-author of the 1996 iconic book, Hello from Heaven! Bill and his former wife founded, defined, researched, and named an entire new field of human experience they called "after-death communication" and published their findings in a groundbreaking book considered the first of its kind.
Bill is a member of the Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC). He presents at national conferences, conventions, workshops and bereavement support groups, and his research and book have been featured worldwide including on 20/20. "Hello From Heaven!" has been published in 20 foreign editions and continues to attract readers around the world.
Lynda & Angie will talk with Bill as he shares his research, and then his journey through the aftermath of losing his daughter to suicide on Grief Diaries Radio Show. Join us Wednesday, October 8 starting at 6 pm pacific / 9 pm eastern time. Join the conversation by calling 855-345-4718 during the live broadcast. For more information on Grief Diaries Radio Show visit www.griefdiaries.com.
Have you been contacted by a loved one who has died? After-death communication (ADC) is probably as old as mankind, but ours is the first complete research study of this field. These spiritual experiences are extremely common, and in many other parts of the world they are discussed openly and freely.
Between 1988 & 1995, Bill Guggenheim and Judy Guggenheim interviewed 2,000 people who live in all fifty American states and the ten Canadian provinces. Ranging in age from children to the elderly, they represented a diverse social, educational, economic, occupational, and religious backgrounds. They conservatively estimate that at least 50 million Americans, or 20% of the population, have had one or more ADC experiences – and the actual numbers may be closer to double these figures!
We collected more than 3,300 firsthand accounts of ADCs from people who have been contacted by a deceased family member or friend. These are spontaneous and direct communications that may occur anytime and anywhere, but no third parties such as psychics, mediums, hypnotists, or devices of any kind are involved. Their research indicated that after-death communications are a natural and normal part of life and therefore deserves the same public awareness and acceptance that near-death experiences (NDEs) have already received.
For most people, an after-death communication from a deceased family member or friend is valued as a sacred and profound experience that will be cherished for a lifetime. ADC experiences usually expand one’s understanding of life and offer a deeper awareness of life after death. They consistently communicate an essential spiritual message: “Life and love are eternal.” “HELLO FROM HEAVEN” is sure to be appreciated by anyone who has lost a loved one and has a sincere desire to connect with their energy.
Oliver and Thea continue their training with Merlyn. Thea struggles with the secret of Sara's death, and confesses the whole truth to Laurel who tells her she isn't responsible; Thea also makes a deal to turn her father over to the League. Laurel confronts Merlyn and is easily outmatched, but they are interrupted by Nyssa and the League, and Merlyn is captured. Oliver decides to go to Nanda Parbat to rescue Merlyn to prevent Thea from losing touch with her humanity when she realizes that she has sentenced her father to death. Oliver and Diggle infiltrate Nanda Parbat, but walk into a trap set by Ra's. Instead of killing Oliver, Ra's expresses his appreciation for Oliver's courage and strength, and asks Oliver to replace him as the head of the League.
While on the island of Lian Yu, Oliver begins Thea's training. After a night dreaming of Sara, Oliver goes to the A.R.G.U.S. prison to visit with Slade Wilson, where he discovers the guard dead and Slade missing. Oliver warns Thea and retrieves a gun from the site of his father's grave, but Slade arrives and captures them. Slade imprisons them in the A.R.G.U.S. cell, leaving them to the same fate Oliver left him. The duo are able to open the doors and escape. Oliver reveals to Thea that she killed Sara, while she grapples with the truth Slade arrives. The three fight and Thea wounds Slade with his gun, allowing them to imprison him back in the cell. In flashbacks, Oliver and Maseo go to Starling City to track an employee of Queen Consolidated who is working with China White to sell the of the virus she controls. They track the location of the buy and disrupt the proceedings. Oliver looks in on his family and discovers that Thea is using drugs, and a video message from his father explaining the list of names and encouraging Oliver to save the city.
THOMAS ALLEN HARRIS joins me to talk about the National Broadcast of his work: THROUGH A LENS DARKLY: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People.
The Producer, Director Writer was raised in the Bronx and Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania. He is the founder and President Chimpanzee Productions, a company dedicated to producing unique audio-visual experiences that illuminate the Human Condition and the search for identity, family, and spirituality. Chimpanzee’s innovative and award-winning performance-based documentary films - VINTAGE – Families of Value, E Minha Cara/That’s My Face, and Twelve Disciples of Nelson Mandela - have received critical acclaim at International film festivals such as Sundance, Berlin, Toronto, FESPACO, Outfest, Flaherty and Cape Town and have been broadcast on PBS, the Sundance Channel, ARTE, as well as CBC, Swedish broadcasting Network and New Zealand Television. Mr. Harris’ video and installations – including Splash, Black Body, AFRO (is just a Hairstyle) Notes on a Journey Through The African Diaspora and ALCHEMY - have been featured at the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art Biennial, the Corcoran Gallery, Reina Sophia, London Institute of the Arts, Gwangju Biennale, and the Long Beach Museum of Art. Harris has received numerous awards and fellowships including a United States Artist Fellowship, Guggenheim Fellowship, Rockefeller Fellowship, two Emmy nominations as well as Sundance Film Institute Directors Fellowships and a Tribeca Film Institute Nelson Mandela Award. A graduate of Harvard College and the Whitney Independent Study Program, Harris has taught at a variety of institutions including University of California San Diego where he received tenure as an Associate Professor of Media Arts. A published photographer, curator, and write, Mr. Harris lectures widely on the use of media as a tool for social change.
While being transported from prison, Werner Zytle orchestrates an escape by poisoning a guard with Vertigo. As Oliver tries to keep Laurel off the streets as a vigilante, Malcolm arrives at the hideout to inform Oliver that to beat Ra's al Ghul he will need to bring Thea into the team. Oliver decides to reveal the truth to Thea who accepts and praises him for the work he has been doing as the Arrow. Laurel tracks down Zytle and takes him on herself, only to be poisoned with Vertigo. Laurel begins to hallucinate images of Sara, who confirms all of Laurel's self doubts. Oliver and Roy arrive in time to save her and get her back to the base for treatment. Later, Oliver brings Laurel along to take down Zytle. Laurel is dosed with Vertigo again, but overcomes her fears to stop Werner. Meanwhile, DJ Chase attempts to kill Thea, but Roy and Malcolm show up; Chase commits suicide when it is clear he has lost. Based on Malcolm's advice, Oliver takes Thea to Lian Yu for training. Laurel meets with Quentin and finally tells him the truth about Sara. In flashbacks, Oliver attempts to contact his family but is captured by A.R.G.U.S. and interrogated for the location of Maseo and Tatsu. Amanda Waller brings Oliver and Maseo to Starling City to find China White.
Join us tonight as we discuss how the Marvel's Spider-Man will affect DC Movie Universe. We will also discuss CONVERGENCE and other DC News!
Laurie Paul, philosophy professor at UC-North Carollina, Chapel Hill; 2014 Guggenheim fellow talks with Jennifer Ouellette about empathy, identity and whether having a child can be considered a rational decision (she’s pro-childless despite having two kids of her own).
Per her website: "My main research interests are in metaphysics and the philosophy of mind, especially temporal phenomenology, time, perception, the ontology of mental states, the philosophy of cognitive science, mereology, causation, constitution, and essence. I work on related topics in the philosophy of science and the philosophy of language."
Yesterday we saw what the power looks like in action when DC revealed apiece of art from this week's Superman #38 by writer Geoff Johns and artist John Romita, Jr, but we'll have to wait until tomorrow to get the full context of how Superman gets this power and what it does.
Superman gets his powers from Earth's yellow sun, making him a giant solar battery, so perhaps when he uses Super Flare he expels that stored up energy in the form of a giant blast. We'll know for sure tomorrow.
The infographic catalogues all of Superman's powers and when he first used them in the comics, from super-speed all the way up to heat vision and now the new Super Flare. Superman has had a wide array of weird new powers over the years, but the infographic features just the iconic ones that have stuck.
In addition to the new power, a new costume for the Man of Steel has also been teased for tomorrow's issue of Superman. These two changes are coming about in the finale of the Men of Tomorrow arc, which sees Superman battling a super-human named Ulysses.
THE TEAM DEALS WITH OLIVER’S DISAPPEARANCE — In the aftermath of Oliver’s (Stephen Amell) fight with Ra’s al Ghul (Matt Nable), Diggle (David Ramsey) and Arsenal (Colton Haynes) continue to protect the city in the Arrow’s absence. However, after three days without hearing from Oliver, they begin to fear the worst may have happened to their friend. Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) refuses to believe that Oliver could be dead until Merlyn (John Barrowman) pays the team a surprise visit. Thea (Willa Holland) suspects there is something more behind Oliver’s disappearance and asks Merlyn for a favor. Meanwhile, Ray (Brandon Routh) tests a part of his new suit and Laurel (Katie Cassidy) takes up the mantle of the Black Canary. Glen Winter directed the episode written by Marc Guggenheim & Erik Oleson (#310). Original airdate 1/21/2015.
Still operating without Oliver and desperate to stop Brick, Team Arrow is forced to consider Malcolm's offer to help shut Brick down as Malcolm has a personal score to settle with the felon. Roy and Laurel point out that the team could use some help to save the innocents of The Glades, but Felicity is adamantly against it. They look to Diggle to make the final decision. Meanwhile, the flashbacks chronicle Malcolm's descent from kind-hearted father and husband to cold-blooded killer after the murder of his wife.
The intriguing life of iconic fashion designer Coco Chanel and a look at Nazi occupied Paris during World War II are the focus of The Halli Casser-Jayne Show Wednesday, February 4, 3 pm ET. Joining Halli at her table is Rhonda K. Garelick, author of a sensational new biography of Chanel MADEMOISELLE: COCO CHANEL AND THE PULSE OF HISTORY, and author of THE PARIS ARCHITECT, Charles Belfoure.
Rhonda K. Garelick's books include RISING STAR: DANDYISM, GENDER, AND PERFORMANCE IN THE FIN DE SIÈCLE and ELECTRIC SALOME: LOIE FULLER’S PERFORMANCE OF MODERNISM. Her work has also appeared in the New York Times,, The Los Angeles Times, New York Newsday, International Herald Tribune, and The Sydney Morning Herald, as well as in numerous journals and museum catalogs in the United States and Europe. She is a Guggenheim fellow and has received awards from the Getty Research Institute, the Dedalus Foundation, the American Association of University Women, the Whiting Foundation, and the American Council of Learned Societies. Garelick received her B.A. and Ph.D. in comparative literature and French from Yale University.
Charles Belfoure has published several architectural histories, one of which won a Graham Foundation Grant for architectural research. He graduated from the Pratt Institute and Columbia University, and he taught at Pratt as well as at Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland. His area of specialty is historic preservation. His work has been published in The Baltimore Sun and the New York Times.
The fascinating story of the real life of fashion designer Coco Chanel with author Rhonda K. Garelick, and a look at occupied Paris and her life and times through the fictional voice of author Charles Belfoure on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, February 4, 3 pm ET. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.
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