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Join The Single Connection as we interview Jamar Rogers, former contestant on The Voice (season 2); HIV/Aids Advocate, Mentor and Friend! Jamar will share how his life has been transformed from a homeless drug addict to serving as a youth pastor for a thriving California church. Be inspired to live your life OUT LOUD after engaging in a conversation with the motivated, refreshing and talented Jamar Rogers!
this Sunday February 12th at 9pm EST we will be speaking with Jamar Rogers, an HIV positive contestant on the 2nd season of The Voice.
A recovering drug addict, Jamar Rogers is an inspiration to all. Although he hit rock bottom at one point, Jamar is HIV+ and has been sober for six years and has turned his life around.
Through his soulful tunes, this charmer from the Bronx, NY is determined to show everyone his life is back on track, and to prove to the world that you can accomplish anything you put your mind to.
This Friday May 4th at 12pm EST the POZ I AM Radio show hosts Robert Breining and Jack Mackenroth will be speaking with Jamar Rogers about his time as a contestant on The Voice.
We also want to encourage all of Jamars Family (He calls his fans his family) to call into the live show at 347-215-9442 and share their feelings about Jamars journey. You can also tweet us @POZIAM with your questions for Jamar. We may ask them on air.
This past Tuesday brought the end of the road for four contestants on The Voice, none more shocking to us than our friend Jamar Rogers. With only eight singers left in the competition heading into the elimination Tuesday , Jamar faced teammate Juliet Simms in a battle to represent Team Cee Lo in the finals. Cee Lo gave 60 points to Juliet Simms and 40 ponts to Jamar Rogers.When combined with America's vote, the final result of 121-79 in favor of Juliet. So our friend Jamar may not of won the title of the The Voice but he definitely won the hearts of America.
Listen to our first interview with Jamar after disclosing his HIV status on The Voice here or read the transcripts of that interview here.
Ancient Cherokee Religion and Cherokee DNA Studies
Guest elders were Uku (Chief) Dr. Charles Jahtlohi Rogers of The Cherokee Nation of Mexico, who is Chief Priest of The Ancient Cherokee Church of The One God Yo He Waah. He was joined by Cherokee DNA experts Uku Joe Sitting Owl and Uku Pam Sexton of the 1803 Cherokee Reservation. They discussed The Ancient Cherokee religion. Grandfather Lee Standingbear of Manataka was scheduled to appear, but had a death in his family which precluded that.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes actor/director/producer J. j. Rogers to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his amazing journey in front of and behind the camera and what it's like to have a dream and see it come to life. The two will also discuss what projects are coming up next.
Dr. Charles L. Jahtlohi Kingfisher Rogers (website) and Grandfather Brian Wilkes (website) discuss Ancient Cherokee Cross Atlantic Migrations... The Berber Enigma. Wonder along with us as Brian Wilkes ponders tribal customs of the Cherokee Nation that match those of Berbers (Imazighen) living in the Atlas Mountains
What Our Historical Chiefs Have Said:
According to Chief Attakullakulla's ceremonial speech to the Cherokee Nation in 1750, we traveled here from "the rising sun" before the time of the stone age man.
What Anthropologists Say Today
The Cherokee migrated back and forth from Mexico twice, making the Ozark plateau our home the second time, about 800-1500 years ago. This fact has been proven scientifically by Dr. Tim Jones (a Cherokee descendant) of the University of Arizona -- who holds doctorate degrees in BOTH archeology AND anthropology.
What Anthropologists said in 1949
Cherokees skulls are NOT like those of other American Indians, as is shown from Anthropological evidence gathered in Archeological sites.
From a newspaper article titled For Palefaces, by Walter Carroll, Durham Morning Herald, December 11, 1949,
"Dr. Kelly explained that his initial concern with Cherokee Origins occurred when he came to the Cherokee reservation in 1929 as a fellow of the National Research Council. He had traveled from Harvard to make a racial study of the present tribes, principally their head forms, which are 'dolicephalic,'
?Margaret de Wys was joined for this earth shattering program by James W. "Flaming Eagle" Mooney and renowned natural medicine Cherokee oncologist Charles L. "Jahtlohi" Rogers M.D. M.D.H. of http://DoctorOfHope.com
Cherokee Nation of Mexico Principal Chief Charles L. "Jahtlohi" Rogers was a friend of Dr. Wilburn H. Ferguson, the legendary Cancer researcher and the real-life model for the 1992 Sean Connery movie "Medicine Man." Ferguson was silenced and threatened by the Carter Administration, but went into hiding and gave his notes to Dr Rogers, who based his early oncology practice on them.
Margaret de Wys first became aware of ecstatic trance healing when she was a young girl fascinated by the rapture of the Holy Rollers. However, it would be decades before she would be called to explore that early fascination. At a gathering in Upstate New York thirty years later she was spontaneously possessed by a sacred Zulu necklace--a gift from one of the most powerful shamans in Africa, Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa. Frightening yet exhilarating, the experience set her on a search to understand the depths of ecstatic healing. In the book, Margaret journeys to Brazil to work with famous healer John of God (João de Deus), where she witnesses hundreds of miraculous healings through psychic surgery, and then continues her travels to a Healing Village in Africa.
About Dr. Andrew MacLean Pagon MD (blog)(facebook)(ONLY 'RIGHT CLICK' LINKS OR PODCAST WILL STOP!)
He is president, clergy and a medicine man of Ayurvrksha Oklevueha Native American Church, an independent branch of Oklevueha Native American Church.
Cancer Fighter Dr. Charles Rogers (Clinic Website) Chief Priest of The Oklevueha Ancient Cherokee Church of YO HEE WAAH and Principal Chief of The Cherokee Nation of Mexico, Texas and the USA, Reservation and Church also joined the discussion.
He as well lived for many years among various native people in North, Central and South America, Africa, Asia and Australia doing field research into their traditional medicine and spiritual believes.
Dr Pagon comes from a multiracial and multicultural background and heritage. His great grandfather, grandfather and father were all medical doctors. He has been practising integrated and transcultural medicine and psychiatry for over 20 years.
Early voting begins 10/23/14 in Guilford County. Listen in or call in to hear the views of Danny Rogers to be better educated when you go to the polls
Prerecorded... no call ins please!
Principal Chief Charled L. Jahtlohi (Kingfisher) Rogers MD has never actually read a Book of Mormon, and bases his findings only on his knowledge of Cherokee and Hebrew linguisticcond coidences.
The Cherokee have discovered property that belongs both to The Mormons and to us, and we want to return it. This information has been reviewed by LDS General Authorities, and was placed in the LDS Archives by Elder Marlin Jensen when he was serving as LDS Church Historian.
The Cherokee Nation of Mexico is officially recognized by the Republic of Mexico, one of three countries - Canada, the United States and Mexico, which make up all of North America. The Cherokee Nation of Mexico and the Spanish Dominion was first recognized in the 1700s and was spiritually mandated in 1842 by one of the most influential of Native Americans, the great Cherokee intellect, educator and freedom activist - Sequoyah.
It is the purpose of the Cherokee Nation of Mexico and Chief Charles (Jah-tlo-hi - Kingfisher) Rogers M.D. and all of its members to help bring all Cherokees together - as was prophesied by Sequoyah on his deathbed. He said that (quote:) “a Cherokee child will some day come and find my tomb and then my spirit will return to my people,” end quote) thus reinforcing the most traditional values and treasures of honesty, brotherhood and respect. It is only then that Cherokees will be able to act as skillful guides in the art of brotherhood and beneficial examples of service to humanity. In other words, “ga-du-gi” - “unpaid community effort for community good.” Sequoyah felt this was our destiny as Cherokees.
Tonight we're talking with John "JJ" Rogers - Film & Documentary Director and Producer, occasional Actor and Tech Crew as well!
Co-hosting with Wendy are Susan Bell and Travis Shortt!
Director JJ Rogers ends 2014 and begins 2015 with a celebrity status start. Last year he completed three extraordinary films, leaving an exceptional mark on the industry as one of the fastest up and comers in the spot light as a director and producer. For the past several years JJ topped the independent circuit with completed films and a simple one line mission statement “an independent studio helping independent filmmakers.”
More info on his website: www.JJ-Rogers.com
He is currently promoting the film “A Horse Story” and will be working with my friend and co-host, Susan Bell, on upcoming projects..
JJ is considered one of the strongest independent film makers in Los Angeles, having worked on almost 100 feature films and over a 300 television commercials alone.
He has worked as a Writer, Director, and/or Producer on Films like “Gemini Rising”, “The Linda Vista Project”, “Hero of the Day”, “Necessary Evil”, “Drifter”, “Black Water Valley Exorcism”, and “Brutal” - just to name a few....
A Horse Story - due out in 2015 - Monica learns finding one's path in life can be a challenging dilemma for humans as well as animals. Case and point her pet horse Champion reveals that animals can talk too. And just like humans, horses must find their path in life as well.
So come on over and give us a listen, join in chat, or call in: 646-716-6207