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    in Paranormal


  • 01:00

    power of perception healers with Sara Jane

    in Spirituality


    Who is Sara Jane?

    Sara is the Master of Voice & Sound Reiki, the founder of Gift of Healing TV, an International Speaker and Author. 

    She is based in Bournemouth on the South Coast of England, where she runs her own therapy practise. Sara is a Master Teacher & Practitioner of Reiki & Sound Reiki, also running workshops to help you connect with your Inner Child.

    She draws on her own life experiences and own healing journey to support those that attend her practise, courses and workshops.

    Sara comes from a varied background having worked in retail, office and Public House management, as well as insurance.

    A fun fact about Sara is that she has been a Trainee Handler with the Wolves at the UK Wolf Conservation Trust and felt honoured to interact with these amazing creatures.

    For more information about Sara Jane and her work see her website www.thespiritof-love.com

    Sound Reiki is the most important aspect of my work to me and I would like to talk about that; I am also happy to share a demonstration.

  • 02:22

    Daryl Sprout – Snake Handler, Magician, Healer (Zero Point Integration)

    in Spirituality

    Snake expert, magician, and creator of a unique healing technique called Zero Point Integration, the multifacted Daryl Sprout joins Teal Gray Worldwide Radio show hosts Teal Gray, Tui Snider & Jonathan Emmett for a lively discussion. 

    Daryl Sprout – Zero Point Integration

    A Reiki Master by 2010, attunements to Karuna, Kundalini & Zero Point led Daryl to the exciting discovery of a hybrid he calls Zero Point Integration, which creates the alphabiotic effect without the physical moves. Very gentle and non-invasive, this work is incredibly fast , the experience is both palpable and profound for anyone who participates, even in a group setting – and is unaffected by distance.

    Daryl Sprout - Snake Encounters: 

    After many years of doing talks at the Dallas Nature Center, word of mouth grew to the point that Daryl began Snake Encounters in 1993. Daryl's collection of beautiful, patient animals meet his strict criteria of docility, gentleness and distinctiveness. Many of the animals seen can be touched and interacted with at the end of the show.

    With the timing of a stand-up comic, the stage presence of a seasoned actor, and accomplished magician, Daryl does exciting, funny, fast-paced shows with high production values. Described as “The George Carlin of Herpetology,” the show IS educational, but the crowd is usually having too much fun to notice.

  • 00:17

    NFL Draft Preview featuring, Gus Handler, C, Colorado

    in Football

    NFL Draft Preview

    Gus Handler



    2014 NFL Draft Prospect

    College2Pro.com for more exclusive interviews and analysis

  • 02:03


    in Military

    Wess Brown

    SGT Wess Brown. Been enlisted in the Army for 9 years. Currently stationed in fort Belvior va as a explosive K9 Handler. Sgt brown has been a K9 Handler for 5 years now. SGT Brown has been on 2 combat deployments to Afghanistan totaling 23 months. SGT Browns last deployment was with his Military working dog Isky where Isky was injured and lost his leg. Isky is now retired and loving life with Sgt brown at his home. Sgt Browns current K9 is MWD Ricky who is an explosive detector dog also trained in patrol.

  • 01:10

    Pet Radio-Life of a War Dog and Helping Chained Dogs in North Carolina

    in Pets

    We have two special guests this week with great stories. First Chopper served duty as a Navy Seal dog on the battlefield, sniffing out bombs and saving lives, and returned home with his handler to work as a therapy dog  to help him ajust to civilian life. The story is being told this month in a film on the Smithsonian channel. Trevor Maroshek, Founder of the Navy Seal Dog Foundation will share the story of his film and dog Chopper, as well as how he finds service dogs for veterans.

    Lori Hensley is the Director of Operations for the Coalition to Unchain Dogs in North Carolina, which helps convince people to get their dogs off chains by building them fences, helping with food and vet bills. Keeping dogs on chains 24/7 is a wide practice in the South, and Lori tells us how she is changing the mind of people by offering a solution not judgement.  She was recently given an award by the ASPCA in recognition of her work.

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  • 02:28

    Open Conversation: Racism in 2015, What Do We Do About It?????

    in Entertainment

    Tonight we are going to be talking about what is going on in America.  We are going to talk about what is going on in Missour.  We are also going to talk about what is going on in Chicago, is street justice the way to go when you lose someone to the streets.  We are also going to talk about the Republician debates.  We are going to talk about Nia Long's interview with Chelsea Handler some years ago.  We are going to talk about the spin the media put on stories and the reactions that they want from the public.  We are going to talk about some solutions, what can we do to make this better.  Wwe ared going to talk about this and more, tune in tonight from 7pm to 9pm and call in at 347-308-8813 to join in the conversation.

  • 01:03

    Amanda De Warren: Pet Communicator

    in Spirituality

    This is a 1 hour (60 minute broadcast)

    Animal Communicator, Amanda DeWarren, talks with Mary Lou Munroe Rey, live from Australia!

    Amanda will also talk your calls!   Call 323 657-1493 to ask 1 question about your pet!

    Amanda De Warren has always had a connection to animals since she was a very young girl. Even from a young age Amanda seemed to understand the language of the animal world. In 1995 Amanda was offered a job at Dreamworld on the Gold Coast as a koala handler which she quickly accepted. This was a new opportunity for Amanda and she spent 4 years there. Amanda was then offered a position as a manager of a small but up and coming wildlife sanctuary on Mount Tamborine. Amanda and her team of ladies worked hard to build new enclosures and bring in more display animals. All the enclosures Amanda created were in harmony with the animals and they would tell Amanda what they wanted within their homes which Amanda happily responded to. Amanda had a particular love of the dingos although all the animals were special to her.

    Like Amanda's Facebook page here!
    Check out Amanda's website here!
    Buy Amanda's book here!

  • 02:00

    Next Mission Radio: Project 22 and Jeff Schellter

    in Military

    (join us on the air with Next Mission Radio with your hosts Daniel Mays and Mary Dague)

    Our first guest of the night are the guys behind the movie Project 22. The message behind their movie is that in the United States alone, twenty-two Veterans commit suicide per day. Jumping on their motorcycles from San Francisco to New York, Daniel and Doc speak with Veterans about post-war challenges that lead to suicide and the healing Veterans are finding in alternative forms of therapy such as sailing, pottery, education, service dogs and more. Asking hard hitting questions and opening up about their own struggles, Daniel and Doc will stop at nothing to reach tomorrow's twenty-two.

    Our final guest of the night is Jeff Schellter a retired police K9 handler who worked for the City of Alameda and County of Amador in California and was attached to the FBI’s Hostage Rescue Teams’ K9 Assistance Program for two years. He currently trains police officers, military, and Search & Rescue handlers around the world in the art of K9 Trailing. Jeff raises and trains manhunter K9’s that are working for law enforcement agencies across the USA. Jeff is also an author in his field having written and published over four books detailing things related to and involving tracking with his most recent release called: The Tao Of Trailing.


  • 02:01

    THE HOTWASH WITH CJ Presents: Melony Butler and Mike Moore

    in Current Events

    Melony Butler is a proud military wife to MSG Blaine Butler and they reside in Staples, Minnesota. The Butlers have three adult sons who serve in the Minnesota National Guard.  As a family they have endured four deployments to OEF and OIF.  Melony has been on a mission for many years advocating and helping veterans. She has been a Family Readiness Leader for 14 years and volunteered every year at the Great Falls, MT Vets 4 Vets Stand Down.  Melony has experience in the private sector in sales and marketing, management, retail, as well as health and fitness. Melony’s mission began four years ago when the VA Hospital said they had no room for her son while he was suffering from PTSD. She subsequently enrolled in school to achieve a Degree in Psychology with the intention of opening a facility to help and heal soldiers, veterans, and families. Realizing the need can’t wait until fall when she achieves her degree, she began creating the Nest. She states, “We will build the Nest one branch at a time until it is complete! A place to call home and a place to Heal with Honor!”

    Mike Moore has served our country for over 37 years. 24 years in the US Army
    serving in various Ranger Assignments including the 75th Ranger Regiment The
    past 13 years in a Law Enforcement working in uniform patrol, directed patrol
    and Vice & Narcotics. Mike has served overseas as a private contractor in South
    East Asia and is now a NAPWDA Certified K9 Handler.  His primary focus, is in the training arena, where he has built his company Sponte Tactical, which is staffed by former combat veterans, who
    served in Special Operations Units, as well as Tier One Law Enforcement Agencies.
    He now instructs classes for professionals in tactical pistol, Dynamic Carbine and
    defensive shotgun. Sponte Tactical is where “Warriors Train Warriors”.


  • 01:14

    All About Service Dogs Hosted by Doc Vencil Featuring Dave McAuliffe

    in Pets

    This episode will feature Dave McAuliffe discussing his experience as a Hearing Service Dog handler.

    Dave will share the ups and downs of using a service dog with this invisable disability.

    Dave will brag a little about his dog as his dog has saved his life more than a couple times.

    Tune in and share this episode with others who might benefit from knowing more about service dogs for the hearing impaired.

    This episode is produced by Saint Bernard's Service Dog Academy, Inc. A non-profit, tax exempt, 501(c)(3) organization. Please give to support this listener supported broadcast through PayPal at stb.sda@aol.com, if possible, or email to ask about how to give to this organization. Thank You.