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  • 01:07

    Jamestown Genealogy with Wilhelmena Kelly

    in History

    Did you know that John Rolfe and Pocahontas from the colony of Jamestown, Virginia, have living descendants? Tonight their descendant Wilhelmena Kelly, organizing regent of the Increase Carpenter Chapter DAR in Queens, joins Jane to talk about colonial Jamestown genealogy. What records are available to trace your colonial Jamestown family? What is the story of John Rolfe and Pocahontas?
    Portrait of Pocahontas and sketch of the Jamestown fort in 1608 from Wikipedia Commons.

  • 01:28

    Goins Book Reasearch Reunion at Tol Barrett House-DNA

    in Books

    This week the agenda line up for discussions is, Goins Book Research Weekend-DNA (both yDNA/MtDNA), where we discussed Goins/Goyens/Nash/Sweat/Perkins/Ashworth/Doyle/Williams/Warwick/rick/Johnson/Hill and many more Mixed Blood Native American Redbone clan families.

    Marilyn Baggett, Gary Gabehart, Lorene Brown, James Ray Johnson and others will discuss the new findings and collaborate on research and writing efforts for the new Goins Book to be released this fall by Backintyme Publishing at www.backintyme.biz.

    We will update you in the findings from Jamestown to Republic of Texas. Not unlike the reputation of the Goinses, we will also lay to rest some myths, legends and out right scandlous gossip!

    Please join us, listen in and spread the word to help us collaborate further with extended family. Hope to chat with you here, but if you miss the live listening episode, you can always listen to the archived live recording at Blog Talk Radio~


  • 01:59

    Westchester on the Level with Narog and Aris

    in News

    The “featured” BlogTalkRadio program, “Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris,” opens the Thursday, March 19th broadcast day at 10:00am EDT with Greg Little, Esq., the Pro-Bono Litigant from the firm of White & Case headquartered in New York City. Mr. Little who argued the "Small Cities" case, Maisto, et al. v. State of New York on behalf of student plaintiffs presented evidence to Supreme Court Justice Kimberly O'Connor in support of their claim that the State of New York has failed to provide them with a meaningful opportunity for a high school education, in violation of their right to a "sound basic education" under the New York Constitution. 

    The plaintiff students attend public schools in Utica, Poughkeepsie, Mount Vernon, Jamestown, Niagara Falls, Port Jervis, Kingston and Newburgh.

    Mount Vernon City Councilman Richard Thomas will join the discussion from 10:30am onward.

    At 11am, Steve Lippia, who presents a unique and dynamic tribute to Frank Sinatra on the Westchester Broadway Theatre called Centennial Sinatra presents a matinee and evening program on Tuesday, March 24th. Visit www.BroadwayTheatre.com to learn more.

    Host Hezi Aris pivots onto the international news arena during the closing half-hour of our broadcast day. 

    Your participation is shamelessly solicited; share your perspective; ask a question, be heard! Engage us during the two-hour radio time slot using our newly installed Chat Room or place your call to (347) 205-9201. 

    Listen live or on demand: http://www.BlogTalkRadio.com/WestchesterOnTheLevel/

  • 00:26

    " The Willie Lynch Letters " (1721 ) African American Slaves Will Be Free 2021

    in Current Events

    Transcrpts from " The Willie Lynch Letters In 1721 " say's : I have outlined a number of differences among the slaves, and I take those differences and make them bigger. I use FEAR, DISTRUST and ENVY for control purposes.These methods have worked on my modest plantation here in the West Indies, and it will work through out the SOUTH. Take this simple little list and think about them ? On the top of my list is AGE but its only there because it starts with " A";  THe second is COLOR or shade, there is INTELLIGENCE, SIZE, SEX, SIZE OF PLANTATION< ATTITUDE OF owner, whether the slave live in the valley, on a hill, aest or west, north, south, have fine hair or coarse hair, or is tall or short. Now thtat you have a list of differences, I shall give you an outline of action- but before that, I shall assure you that DISTRUST IS STRONGER THAN TRUST AND ENVY IS STRONGER THAN ADULATION< RESPECT OR ADMIRATION !

    The black slave, after recieving this indoctrination, shall carry on become self-refueling and self generating for hundresds of years and maybe thousands. Don't forget you must pit the OlDER BLACK MALE vs the YOUNGER BLACK MALE and the YOUNGER BLACK MALE vs the OLDER BLACK MALE. You must use the DARK SKINNED slaves agaonst the LIGHT SKIN slaves.You must use the FEMALE vs the MALE and the MALE vs the FEMALE. You must always have your servants and OVERSEERS distrust all blacks, but it is necessary that your slaves depend on us. 

    Gentlemen these kits are your key to control, use them. Never miss an opportunity. My plan is guaranteed and the good thing about this plan is, ithat if you use intesley for one (1) year the slave will remain perpetually distrustful.


    WILLIE LYNCH ( 1772 ) !

  • 01:59

    Jamestown--Redigging the Well of Our Fathers

    in News

    Hear about City On A Hill' visit to Historic Jamestown with perspectives from our fellow travelers and our new Virginia friends.

  • 02:06

    The Realm of Hungry Ghosts in the Post JFK Era

    in Politics Progressive

    Buddhism and Taoism have a belief system that roughly translates to "hungry Ghosts" in the West.  It embodies the idea that people can damage their spiritual self by doing evil to others. Some societies believe that this spiritual damage can be passed on to the person's descendants.  In the next two hours we will explore this concept in relation to collective delusional processes in the US. We will also trace a critical path of the three seeds of destruction sewn into the foundation of the American Republic from the very beginning at Jamestown.  These three seeds, racism, genocide, and militarism, reached a crescendo when JFK was assassinated and the pace has accelerated since that pivotal event.

    Feel free to call in and join the discussion!

  • 01:32

    Monsters from the Id in the Post JFK Era

    in Politics Progressive

    Collective unconscious is a part of analytical psychiatry developed by Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961).  The idea simply put is that all of us have a collective unconscious memory of our past, and that we use this to make sense out of our environment.  Could it be that encoded in us is a memory of the persistent idea that evil is "out there" and in "the other?" My first book traced racism, genocide, and militarism back to the first little colony in Jamestown, Virginia, and followed these on a critical path through the entire history of America. US history has been a constant and continuous quest to destroy and conquer evil to the west.

    Did our collective unconscious murder those that impeded this westward expansion, as in JFK MLK, RFK, Malcolm X and many others?

    Is it a player now in our continuous wars against endless evil?

    Did we imagine, create, and nurture the endless evil "out there" without knowing it?

    Was George W. Bush emblematic of a people who refuse to see evil in themselves and project evil "out there?"

    We will explore these ideas in this episode. Please call in and join the discussion!



  • 01:01

    The State of Black America: 50 Yrs after the 1965 Voting Rights Act (Pt. 3 of 6)

    in Education

    Series Inspiration:

    “There needs to be a constantly growing and always reviving activist movement across America if we are going to maintain and expand victories and our vision for America. Since MLK Day is upon us next week, we must not forget Martin Luther King stood before and with thousands of people who made the Civil Rights movement what it was.  From Jamestown's slave pens to Montgomery's boycotted busses, these ordinary men, women and the hundreds of children who led the movement, labored in obscurity, from Selma to Montgomery to Washington they provided the foot soldiers who walked in dignity, rather than ride in shame.  They faced bombs in Birmingham, mobs in Mississippi and sat down at lunch counters so others could stand up.  They marched and they organized.” (Julian Bond, Activist)


    Show Overview:                    

    On Monday, January 26, 2015, we continue our 6 week series on "The State of Black America: 50 Years after the 1965 Voting Rights Act." This episode of NCEBCTalkRadio will introduce the model work of the Detroit Area Black Family Development, Inc. via a live conversation with Mr. Heaster Wheeler, Chief Innovation Officer.

  • 02:15

    Praying From It Beginning, Jamestown To All Across America

    in News

    Join us as we unite with prayer with friends that God appointed us to meet in the original Jamestown as they heard from God to re-dig the wells of the Founders. 
    In Genesis 26:18,23-25--
    "And Isaac dug again the wells of water which they had dug in the days of Abraham his father, for the Philistines had stopped them up after the death of Abraham. He called them by the names which his father had called them.
    23 Then he went up from there to Beersheba. 24 And the Lord appeared to him the same night and said, “I am the God of your father Abraham; do not fear, for I am with you. I will bless you and multiply your descendants for My servant Abraham’s sake.” 25 So he built an altar there and called on the name of the Lord, and he pitched his tent there; and there Isaac’s servants dug a well."
    Hope you will join us in prayer on this special event and call in from other parts of the country or the world.

  • 01:03

    Visiting Jamestown-America's First Seat Of Government

    in News

    Hear perspectives on our incredible visit to Historic Jamestown--where this nation's first government was formed.

  • 00:32

    Jamestown to JFK: A Critical Path of Seeds of Destruction

    in Politics Progressive

    Bob, the author of American Heart of Darkness begins with the seeds of destruction sown at Jamestown. These seeds set America on a course from which it never has been able to change.  He then illustrates attempts to change course throughout history.  The resulting push-backs are the major events we see in  history books.  This critical path of major events finally resulted in the assassination of John F. Kennedy, the ramifications of which we are struggling with today.

    Racism, genocide, and militarism
    American Revolution
    Civil War
    The aftermath

    Listeners are encouraged to call in!