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Join Nick as he performs his latest poetic epic, Prince of Shamballa, once again, with the aim of exploring some of its hidden and overt insights. Drawing heavily on eastern mythologies and beliefs, he'll discuss the Chinese concept of hell and the various celestial entities that are said to rule each of the levels. He'll uncover some little-known facts about the famed Jade Emperor, as well as take a closer look at Meng Po, the heroine of the poem, and the mischievous Sun Wu Kong, known by many as Hanuman. Nick's website: http://therazielremnants.wordpress.com/
Garrison’s and Ralph’s guests this week on Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys:
Actress and model Tenika Davis began her career as one of the finalists on the first season of the famed reality TV series "Canada's Next Top Model.” She’s graced the pages of several well-known international fashion magazines such as Elle, Glamour, O, Fashion, and Glow and after completing the show she signed with world-renowned top modeling agency Ford Models. Tenika's talent, determination and hard work allowed her to land her first lead role in the indie hit, "Jumping the Broom." Almost immediately after she was cast as Sara Suarez, the seductive action heroine in the successful "Wrong Turn 4" movie franchise. Tenika is also recognized for her work on Degrassi: The Next Generation, Saw VI and Deal No Deal.
Gary Koz Mraz is an author and free-lance moto-photo journalist for motorcycle/travel magazines American Iron, Baggers, American Trike, Cruiser and Quick Throttle and is currently editor for Bikernet Trikes. Gary has travelled the world on two wheels from China’s great wall to the Himalayan Mountains as well as Europe and the back roads of America. His book, Midnight Rider on a Graveyard Run: Tales of the Midnight Writer is a true non-stop read about truckers, outlaws, hijackers, thieves, prostitutes and the legions of highway patrol protecting innocent travelers on the bloody trail of buried bones of brutally murdered women called the "Corridor of Death."
Diner of the Week: The Delta Diner in Delta, WI, a rebuilt 1940 Silk City Diner.
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Wednesday, May 1, 3 pm ET on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds there’s something for everyone when joining The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, is controversial and highly-respected archeologist Dr. Steven Collins. In his new book, Discovering the City of Sodom, Collins' presents the true account of the frustrating search and exciting excavation of the city the Bible calls Sodom, the Tall el-Hammam Excavation Project in Jordan, which challenges the assumptions of academics around the world as to the location of the Biblical site of Sodom.
Also on the show author Susan Beilby Magee and the distinguished artist Kalman Aron. They will talk about their book Into The Light, a dazzling story of the alchemy of the soul. Magee was only six years old when she sat for a pastel portrait for an unknown immigrant artist. Fifty years later that same artist, 89-year old Kalman Aron asked her to write his story, that of a Latvian born prodigy who survived four years of World War II in slave labor and concentration camps and became the portraitist to the stars and one of America’s finest artists.
Talia Carner is formerly the publisher of Savvy Woman magazine and a lecturer at international women’s economic forums. An award-winning author of three novels and numerous stories, essays and articles, she is a committed supporter of global human rights. Carner has spearheaded ground-breaking projects centered on female plight and women’s activism. Jerusalem Maiden (HarperCollins), her latest work, explores the place of women in extremely religious societies who dare to dream. The novel has won the Forward National Literature Award in the “historical fiction” category and features the unique character of Haredi Esther Kaminsky, a rare, unforgettable heroine.
DRUGS! Is there a connection between drug abuse and the world of the spirit.. Drugs are everywhere, and they can help or they can harm us, But can they lead us into the rhelm of the spirit. Alcohol, its just recreation right? Marijuania its all Natural, from the ground right? But can we be somehow embarking into a world of hidden dangers and unseen foes. and what of the hard struff, Meth amphetamine, Crack Cocaine, Heroine, and Perscription Medications. Can theses things Open doorways in our lives to spirit entities, and if so; is it dangerous. We will talk about it on blogtalkradio.com/jameseverett591 FOUNTAIN OF TRUTH
On this week’s edition of the Torrey Allen Show. We’re going to look into the tragedy that took place at this year’s Boston Marathon and ponder why anyone would go to the lengths they went through to plot and execute such a tragic event. Also, since we talk sports on the Torrey Allen Show, do you think other sports events are at risk for a similar attack? We’ll touch on that and other topics surrounding the events that took place in Boston.
Later in the show, with the release of “42: The Jackie Robinson Story”; we ask, “are there anymore sports heroes/heroines”? Does the sport hero/heroine exist or did they become extinct now that we live in a “YouTube/TMZ/social media” world.
ENVISION THIS: A hero that helps us confront the destructive paradigms of the Global Industrial Empire before we self-destruct.
Timothy Scott Bennett is the author of All the Above, fiction that helps us to acknowledge and confront the paradigms that underlie our conscious pursuit of Empire and our unconscious pursuit of economic, ecological, and moral collapse. With his wife, Sally Erickson, he also produced the film What a Way to Go: Life at the End of Empire that documents the harrowing facts of the present predicament of Planet Earth.
Sally Erickson is also an artist, psychotherapist, vegetable farmer, community organizer, leader at Blue Heron Education Association, and owner of a local and online business selling Vegibags. She embodies "Think Global; Act Local."
Their mission is to “help make clear and conscious the assumptions, taboos, denials, and orthodoxies of the dominant global industrial culture, so that some people will be able to break free of the confines and limitations of that paradigm.”
President Linda Travis, heroine of Timothy’s book, with many aware helpers along the way, becomes a true leader of our evolution through collapse of the dominant paradigm and leadership into truly mature co-creators within the limitations and natural abundance of Planet Earth. Our guests, Timothy and Sally, in their own ways, emerge as just such heroes in real life and time.
A heroine touches and inspires others. She always thinks of others first,always searching for ways to affect others and cause a change. Our guest Pauline Kamanja and a panel of experts will discuss the characteristics of a true heroine and also celebrate the legacy of a true heroine the late Wangari Maathai - the first African Woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize. Listen live at 619-393-2852/www.pinnacleofpraiseradio.org.
Merry Jones has been writing since she was old enough to hold a pencil. “If I don’t write,” she says, “over time, I get agitated and irritable, as if energy is building up inside and I have to let it out.”Accordingly, over the years, she has written a wide range of material, in a variety of styles and for diverse media. She began her career by spending about fifteen years writing and producing video and multi-media for corporate clients, but, when her second child was born in 1989, she decided to pursue her passion and began to write books. All of Merry’s work deals with inter-personal relationships, particularly their unanticipated aspects. For several years, she approached this topic through light humor (including the best-selling I LOVE HIM, BUT…) and serious non-fiction (including BIRTHMOTHERS: WOMEN WHO HAVE RELINQUISHED BABIES FOR ADOPTION TELL THEIR STORIES). Now, she has moved into a genre she loves: shadowy mysteries. Merry’s most recent work is SUMMER SESSION, the first in a series of thrilling suspense novels featuring heroine Harper Jennings, an Iraq war veteran living in Ithaca, New York. Its sequel, BEHIND THE WALLS, will be out in winter 2011-12. She has also written the popular Philadelphia-based Zoe Hayes mysteries, including THE NANNY MURDERS (2005), THE RIVER KILLINGS (2006), THE DEADLY NEIGHBORS (2007) and, in September 2008, THE BORROWED AND BLUE MURDERS.
Professional Certified Life Coach and Retreat Leader, Personal Growth Visionary, and Authentic Soul Journeyer, is your Guide to the Adventure of Your Life: Your Heroine’s Journey. She has over 25 years in the field of personal transformation. She teaches women how to navigate Change from a Feminine Perspective in the 21 Century.
Mj Roe is an award-winning Southern California author. She is also a life-long Francophile, having been schooled partially in France and lived and worked there over many years. The heroine of her two published novels is an American writer named Anna who hails from Laguna Beach. She is in love with two men, one an American, also from California, and the other, of course, is a French man. Thus, in her torn life, she travels to France where she finds more than love.
The Seven Turns of the Snail’s Shell (published in 2009) is a romantic mystery adventure that opens in Paris in 1997 on the day when Diana, Princess of Wales, was in the car crash. Anna’s long lost French lover, Charles-Christian, is now a doctor in the Emergency Room at La Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital where the victim in the crash is taken. From that night on, he is involved in a series of events beyond his control, events that unexpectedly overtake both their lives. The Blue Amulet (published in 2012) is the suspense-filled sequel to the story.
The Seven Turns of the Snail’s Shell received Honorable Mention in the 2010 Paris Book Festival and the 2012 Los Angeles Book Festival; The Blue Amulet was recently awarded runner-up in the 2013 Los Angeles Book Festival.
Mj is currently working on a third novel which also takes place in France. Tentatively titled Hero of the Shadows, it is a World War II historical. The “hero” is a young Corsican named Diamanté who joins the Maquis. Known as le Loup, (the Wolf), he becomes one of the great leaders of the French Résistance.
You can find Mj online at: www.roezes.com.