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What is the message of Halloween? Is it bring glory and honor to God.
This festival of death has survived all the efforts of the church to stamp it out. The church is joining the opposition by celebrating this festival. All Saints Day became All Hallows Day. Hallow means holy or sacred. October 31 is the evening before All Hallows Day and came to be called in the western world all hallows evening and then all hallows een. Een is an abbreviation for evening. Finally, the word was reduced to the way we have it today, Halloween. That's where the name came from, and even if it is called all hallows evening, it has nothing to do with Christian faith, and it never did.
In today's episode, blogger Sacerdotus speaks on Halloween or All Hallow's Eve. He explains the origin of this holiday and how it was once pagan and made Catholic. Sacerdotus gives some ideas on how to re-Christianize Halloween and gives tips on how to be safe when going out to trick or threat. Happy Halloween!
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Sunday, May 3 - Jerry Gillies - Author - MoneyLove 3.0
Tune in as Constance interviews Author and Seminar Leader - Jerry Gillies. Jerry will be sharing his digital update of his 1978 MoneyLove which sold over 2 million copies. In his updated MoneyLove 3.0, he merged powerful interviews with experts in the area of prosperity with his book MoneyLove. You will learn powerful universal principles about prosperity consciousness, the main obstacle for someone desiring to improve their financial situation, How to Create a powerful life using Robust Expectation, The Law of Subtraction vs. Law of Attraction, how to use and change time and the power of humor and serendipity in attracting prosperity. Jerry is giving a FREE gift of one chapter from his new book. You can receive this free gift by going to - www.moneyloveblog.com/constance
Country legend JOHN CONLEE's success began in the late 1970s. His first release “Back Side Of Thirty” didn't climb the charts too high. Three more singles also met with a minimum success, although they all charted. But in March of 1978, the label released “Rose Colored Glasses,” a song John co-wrote, which became a huge hit as well as becoming his signature song. In January of 1979, the label re-released “Back Side of Thirty” which went on to become a No. 1 record, and the hits continued. The Conlee hit list includes songs like “Lady Lay Down,” “Friday Night Blues,” “Miss Emily’s Picture,” “Busted,” and “I Don’t Remember Loving You.”
He's been a member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1981 and was inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall Of Fame in 2006.
John has just released an album called Classics 2 - available at iTunes - featuring many of his big hits. His latest single is called "Walkin' Behind The Star."
British Columbia's Dallas Smith has skyrocketed to the very top of the Country music scene. His 2012 debut album entitled Jumped Right In generated 5 singles in the Canadian Hot 100, including the GOLD selling title-track, garnered five CCMA Award nominations and was nominated for Country Album of the Year at the 2013 JUNO Awards. Following a slew of sold out tour dates with Florida Georgia Line and Bob Seger, Dallas released 2013's Tippin' Point EP making his debut in the U.S. and setting the bar high while representing Canadian Country music's cutting edge sound. Amassing national appeal, he earned three 2014 CCMA Award nominations including Single, Album and Male Artist of the Year and is the first Canadian country artist to have 8 singles reach the Top 10 at radio in Canada. Lifted - the latest album from Dallas Smith featuring the #1 single "Wastin' Gas" - reunites him with prized producer Joey Moi (Florida Georgia Line, Jake Owen).
Country legend John Conlee’s success began in the late 1970s. His first release, “Back Side Of Thirty” went nowhere fast. Three more singles also met with a minimum success, although they all charted. But in March of 1978, the label released “Rose Colored Glasses,” a song John wrote, which became a huge hit as well as becoming his signature song. In January of 1979, the label re-released “Back Side of Thirty” which went on to become a No. 1 record, and the hits continued. The Conlee hit list includes songs like “Lady Lay Down,” “Friday Night Blues,” “Miss Emily’s Picture,” “Busted,” “I Don’t Remember Loving You.” John has just released an album called Classics 2 featuring many of his big hits. His latest single is called "Walkin' Behind The Star."
Wavy Gravy, who's reached official geezerhood, is more active and more effective in the world then he was decades ago. Back then, when still known as Hugh Romney, he stood on the stage of the original Woodstock concert and announced...."What we have in mind is breakfast in bed for 400,000!" He was at Woodstock as a member of an entertainment/activist commune known as the Hog Farm. Today, the Hog Farm still exists, collectively owning and operating the 700-acre Black Oak Ranch and hosting the annual Pig-Nic. And Wavy lives a third of the year in a Berkeley Hog Farm urban outpost, a big communal house he refers to as "hippie Hyannisport" But Mr. Gravy has expanded his activities over the past two-and-a-half decades to include co-directorship (with his wife, Jahanara) of Camp Winnarainbow, a performing arts program for children which takes over the Hog Farm for 10 weeks every summer, and the organization of all-star rock concerts to raise money for a variety of environmental, progressive, political, and charitable causes, most notably Seva, a foundation he cofounded in 1978, initially to combat preventable and curable blindness in the Third World. On May 17, Mr. Gravy will host a concert benefitting Seva to coincide with his 79th birthday.
He may be best known to millions as a cosmic cut-up and the inspiration for a Ben & Jerry's ice cream flavor, but it is because of his good work on behalf of the planet and its least fortunate residents that Wavy Gravy has achieved his own brand of sainthood. His friend and satirist, Paul Krassner, has called him "the illegitimate son of Harpo Marx and Mother Teresa." Wavy says, "Some people tell me I'm a saint, I tell them I'm Saint Misbehavin'."
Les Thatcher became a professional wrestling fan the first time he watched the action on a friend’s television in 1949 at the tender age of eight years old. The beginning of his life in pro wrestling began at what may have been the first Pro Wrestling School in America. Les read about Tony Santos, a promoter in New England, and his wrestling school based in Boston, Massachusetts in a 1959 issue of Wrestling Revue, then the top magazine in the industry, and after writing back and forth he climbed on a Greyhound Bus in February 1960 and traveled to Boston to begin what has been a 44 year love affair with professional wrestling. As a wrestler his career spanned 20 years from July 4 1960 when he stepped into the ring as a pro for the first time against “Cowboy” Ronnie Hill in Blue Hills, Maine. As a broadcaster, Les shared the microphone over the years with hall of famers such as Gordon Solie, Bob Caudle, Lance Russell, and Jim Ross. The very first ever four color WWWF magazine was designed and edited by Thatcher for Vince McMahon Jr. in 1978.As a trainer/teacher for the last ten years Les opened Les Thatcher’s Main Event Pro Wrestling Camp in Cincinnati in 1995 and an “off shoot” of that is the Heartland Wrestling Association which during that period was considered one of the top independent promotions in the country. From 1998 through 2001 HWA promoted the famous “Brian Pillman Memorial Shows” bringing WWF, WCW, and ECW together under the same roof on the same night for the first time in wrestling history.
Amercan Freedom Watch Radio with Karen Schoen and John Estabrooks
Tonight: ESEA, Communist Core and the Danger of Government Indoctrination
Guest: Charlotte Iserbyt - Exposing the Global Road to Ruin Through Education
Charlotte Iserbyt is the consummate whistleblower! Iserbyt served as Senior Policy Advisor in the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI), U.S. Department of Education, during the first Reagan Administration, where she first blew the whistle on a major technology initiative which would control curriculum in America's classrooms. Iserbyt is a former school board director in Camden, Maine and was co-founder and research analyst of Guardians of Education for Maine (GEM) from 1978 to 2000. Iserbyt is a speaker and writer, best known for her 1985 booklet Back to Basics Reform or OBE: Skinnerian International Curriculum and her 1989 pamphlet Soviets in the Classroom: America's Latest Education Fad which covered the details of the U.S.-Soviet and Carnegie-Soviet Education Agreements which remain in effect to this day.
“Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn
Tuesday Tunes 4-28-15
Eugenie Baird: Powder your face with Sunshine
Larry Douglas: “Red Roses for a Blue Lady”
Freddie Slack & His Orchestra – A Kiss Goodnight
The Gee Chi Love Song
Ray Noble and His Mayfair Orchestra: Turkish Delight
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All on Shellac 10” 78 RPM
Eugenie Baird & Hi-Tonians
Powder your face with Sunshine
Written by Lombardo & Rochinski
Larry Douglas & the Hi Tone Serenaders “Red Roses for a Blue Lady”
Written by Tepper & Brodski
Hi-Tone Records. Hi-Tone was manufactured by Signature Records Both red label ones say it was from Derby, CT.
Freddie Slack & His Orchestra – A Kiss Goodnight / the Gee Chi Love Song
Label: Capitol Records – 203 July 1945
Genre: Jazz, Pop
Style: Big Band, Vocal
A: A Kiss Goodnight (319)
Written by Phil Moore
B: The Gee Chi Love Song (220)
Written Slack, Victor, & Herman
Ray Noble (17 December 1903 – 3 April 1978) was an English bandleader, composer, arranger, radio comedian, and actor. Noble wrote both lyrics and music for many popular songs during the British dance band era known as the "Golden Age of British music"
RCA Victor 2-2880 A/B re-issue
Ray Noble and His Mayfair Orchestra
Recorded in Europe
Written by Kester & Noble
Have you ever cooked something to evoke a memory, or has a particular food brought you back somewhere in time? Food is so sensory and the energy that is derived from it can be powerful. Doing a simple drink toast can be a blessing. People make wishes over birthday candles and wedding cakes, how can you empower those wishes with the assistance of spirit? During Halloween many people put out soul cakes to connect with and honor our ancestors. Native Americans use corn meal when working with spirits. We gather with friends and family around food every day, learn how to add a little magic to your gatherings. We will also discuss the thought process and energetics behind fulfilling comfort foods.
Learn how to empower your meals, honor your ancestors and connect with spirit through simple techniques and intuition. Come stir the pot with us and sweeten your spirit on this fun show!
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