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The Second Show Of Imaginary Radio Features Interesting And Strange News Stories In The Feature "Poke Your News Into This", The Room 100 Feature Where You Have The Option To Rid The World Of Something You Hate, Send Us A Message With Your Suggestion And Reason Why! "Cryptic Corner: Music Week" And The "A Poem For Showin" Feature, Aswell As Music From Aspiring Musical Artists.
Three Bands Or Artists, Can You Figure Out Who They Are By The Clues That Relate To Their Names? Send An Email With Your Answers!
Clue: You Cant Go Down There, Its A One Way Street
Clue: The Police Are Looking For Them, Havent You Seen All The Posters?
Clue: She Can Make Clothes Very Quickly
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This Show's Featured Music:
Mountains On My Mind By Don
I Don't Write Music For You By Radocto
My Disease, Your Disease By Ami Loove
Things Already In Room 100:
Bullies; Justin Beiber; Spiders; Cigarettes; Clowns; Snakes
The Intro Show Of Imaginary Radio Features Interesting And Strange News Stories Of The Last Few Weeks, The Room 100 Feature Where You Have The Option To Rid The World Of Something You Hate, Aswell As Music From Aspiring Musical Artists And Ending On The Feature "A Poem For Showin".
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This Show's Featured Music:
Waiting On You By Sarah Moss https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=49pm7ET08FU
Pretend Friend By Don https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q30ceR8tTq4
Freedom By Addy Gausman https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ex9RlFKAnZo
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PART II: "SPECIAL GUEST TONIGHT IS SPIRITUAL MEDIUM SARAH DILLION" MY SHOW AGAIN ABOUT OUR CHILDHOOD IMAGINARY FRIENDS AND WHO THEY REALLY ARE ..NOT JUST YOUR IMAGINATION MY FRIENDS..CALL IN @ BLOGTALKRADIO.COM/PEGGYSIMMANESI @1-347-838-9201..JOIN MELISSA AND I AND SOME SPECIAL GUEST AND SHARE OUR STORIES TO FIND THE ANSWERS. YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR....OUR LOVED ONES ARE ALWAYS SENDING SIGNS SO JUST BE OPEN TO THEM..LAST WEEK SHOW IS ARCHIVED LIKE ALL MY SHOWS.....AS WAS PART I OF THIS SHOW. WE WILL BE DOING READINGS TONIGHT
Tonight's show will feature Kerriann reading a spellbinding chapter from her book Ghosts of Long Island; Stories of the Paranormal. "Irving" as it's entitled, is one of the most fantastic true story, of a little boy and his imaginary friend, Irving. This amazing tale will send chills up your spine. Join Kerriann and Joe for this delightful storytelling hour, where they will discuss imaginary friends.
Could you be trapped in an imaginary relationship?
Are you, for him, nothing more than a friend with benefits?
Do you often feel rundown in relationships?
Does it feel as if you keep giving more and more and not getting back what you want?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then you may be clinging to the ghost of a relationship that doesn’t exist.
Millions of women find themselves trapped in an imaginary relationship without realizing it.
Similar to the disappearance of Amelia Earhart. only on steroids, Malayasian Airlines Flight 370 has supposedly vanished without a trace. What do we really know about the flight? Was it key patents and patent holders that are at the heart of this? Was it a rogue pilot? Were there key, military defense members on board? Have they been sucked into an alternate dimension? Did it exist at all?
We'll be covering these theories and more on today's Friday FARcast.
Please join us.
From Tracy on Amazon.com
I seriously just love being creative. Art has always been my first love, closely followed by reading and writing, photography, book building, illustration, printmaking, and imaginary-friend creating. My children are my richest inspiration, along with nature and humanity in all their forms and faces. I live in a small town in Iowa, and have always called the Midwest my home. I use all sorts of mediums as outlets for my creative impulses, and my writing and illustration are just the latest incarnations of my "oddness" walking around on its own in the world. Here's to all the folks who deviate, who don't fit the mold, who try to spread a little of their uniqueness around--especially the children, who deserve to be forever encouraged to hold on to the magic dust that sparkles about them from the moment they are born. Without the magic, what a boring world it would be.
Check out Bug Summer.
Learn more about Tracy's books and illustrations.
Tonight we'll be updating you on the usuall geek news as we usually do
and in light of Valentines day we're gonna take a look at our favorite love stories bound within the genre lines.
we'd love to hear from you about your favorite love stories as well so call in join in on our confessions.
Today DJ and Sherry talk about the bane of an author's existence... the character that insists on having a mind of its own.
As a child, I was always told that I was an "old soul." In many instances, I found it hard to relate to my peers because of my intuitive abilities. At five or six, it was "normal" for children my age to talk about seeing fairies, to have "imaginary" friends and to be afraid of the dark because of monsters or ghosts (that I knew were communicating with me.) I enjoyed more creative pursuits like playing the piano, singing, painting and day-dreaming to satisfy the need to use my intuition. (My inner child still allows me to enjoy these things today too!) In my teens, I began to integrate the more eccentric parts of myself and allowed my abilities to shine through in a solely "entertainment" type of way. It worked for the time-being.
I continuously found myself seeking more from the Universe than dogmatic religion and traditional academia were providing me. Basically, I wanted to know about the ultimate human potential in a multitude of different ways. I wanted to answer questions about consciousness, the purpose of life (for myself and others), what it is like after death and what is ACTUALLY out there in the Universe and on this Earth. (And that is in no specific order. haha) My mediumship and galactic channeling came on board in divine timing. When I opened myself up to the Universe and surrendered my current paradigm, I was able to free my mind and allow sacred information to flow through me. The support of my family, my Transpersonal Psychology education and study of Earth and galactic-based magic techniques, cosmic symbology, Reiki healing and musicianship led me to creating a unique healing, channeling and teaching practice.
Not too long ago, a prestigious secular scientific magazine suggested that religion, finally, was dying in the Western world. In fact, the death of God -- thus the misplaced need for such a being -- is an event to look forward to. After all, man has advanced to a point in history where the crutch of faith can be cast off. We understand the makings of our world in new and interesting ways. After all, we have robots performing surgeries. We can look billions of light years away and probe distant galaxies. We understand how our bodies work. What do we need with faith. After all, faith is simply blind, misguided trust in some 'great and powerful' entity that has nothing better to do than make us believe we need Him.
Or so these proponents, in one form or another, say.
Unfortunately, the magazine isn't off the mark. Religion is being usurped by this thought of humanism. In countries like the U. K. and Holland, God isn't very popular. And when I say God, I mean Jesus Christ. These countries, on the surface, appear to go on with life, enjoying it without any thought of eternity. Faith is outdated. It isn't logical.
Or is it?
How can we tell a world that faith is more than just a matter of heart, it is of the mind as well? How can we reach our children who grow up in churches and are already spiritually distant from God by the time they're in their pre-teens? Can the Church be equipped to combat against a society that raises man to godhood and God to a mere imaginary friend of a man's consciousness?
Join me as I talked with Trevor Slone of Ratio Christi as we discuss these issues and how to equip the Church to know that our faith is reasonable. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the WLUV radio mobile app. Any way you can, join us
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