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Born and raised at the edge of the high desert in Kingman, Arizona, Michael Allan Scott resides in Scottsdale with his wife, Cynthia and their hundred-pound Doberman, Otto. In addition to writing mysteries and speculative fiction, his interests include music, photography, art, scuba diving and auto racing. For the latest, please visit http://michaelallanscott.com
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A contemporary mystery/thriller—a paranormal mystery, to be more precise. For mystery fans, it twists and turns like a dragon kite in a high wind. Mystery connoisseurs, beware. The Lance Underphal Mystery series will keep you guessing . . .
Lance Underphal was devastated by his wife’s death, and now, the down-and-out crime-scene photographer can’t let her go. He wakes up plagued by premonitions. The double shooting of an Arizona real estate developer and his mistress/bookkeeper immerse Underphal in a world of incomprehensible phenomena.
Best Selling Author Cathy Ace Joins us to Discuss her new Cozy Mystery
Best Selling Author Cathy Aces joins Murders, Mysteries and Mayhem host Stephen Campbell to discuss her new book, THE CORPSE WITH THE EMERALD THUMB.
Cathy's latest book, the third in the Cait Morgan series, features a dream vacation at a Mexican beach resort that swiftly dissolves into a nightmare for Cait when her significant other, Bud Anderson, is wrongly arrested for the murder of the local florist, a gifted plantswoman.
Born and raised in Swansea, South Wales, Cathy is, like her heroine, now a Canadian citizen. According to Cathy, “Cait is Welsh Canadian, as am I. They say ‘write what you know’, so a short, plus-sized Welsh woman, who’s quite bossy, fits the bill! But Cait and I are not one and the same: she’s got skills and talents I don’t possess, and I’m delighted to say that I don’t usually encounter corpses wherever I go!”
You can learn more about Cathy Ace at www.cathyace.com
You can learn more about your host at www.stephenrcampbell.com
Murders, Mysteries and Mayhem is part of the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network.
This is a copyrighted podcast owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network, LLC and produced by Pam Stack
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Join us live to air when we investigate the mystery of the Pyramids especially in Bosnia!
What healing powers to the pyramids have as well as electromagnetic properties?
Bosnian Pyramids are the highest pyramids in the world and the first ones found in Europe. They are currently the most active archeological site in the world.
Dr. Sam Osmanagich become renowned expert on pyramids by investigating these structures in China, Mauritius, Egypt, Canary Islands, Peru, Guatemala, Bolivia, Honduras, Mexico and other countries. Osmanagich was admitted as a Foreign Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences of Moscow, one of the most respected scientific institutions of the world. Osmanagich holds PhD in Mayan studies. He is a member of the Archeological Society of Alexandria and a Director of the Center for Archeology at the American University in Sarajevo.
In 2005, dr. Sam Osmanagich discovered the first pyramids in Europe near the town of Visoko, Bosnia-Hercegovina. In 2008, Dr. Osmanagich hosted an archeological conference in Sarajevo which fueled controversy about his discovery, dividing the archeological community. Excavation on the vast complex has been ongoing and run by his non-profit foundation since 2006 compiling more and more evidence to validate his claims. To date, the excavation has yielded 5 pyramids of various sizes as well as a vast labyrinth of underground tunnels and a pyramid that is 30% larger than the largest structure of the Giza Plateau. Dr. Osmanagich is the principal investigator of this project which yielded some of the pioneering electromagnetic measurements in the pyramids.
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For hundreds of years, gardens have been a delight to the senses. The valiant traveller Monty Don takes us into hidden gems, to teach us how culture influenced garden architechture. As he does this, the scholar teaches us beauty can be found in a variety of forms. Carved, manicured hedges and beddings or capriciously playful shadings designed with sensation in mind.
If our minds were like gardens we would express our individual imaginations and exhibit ideas so new, so different and loosened from traditions, even magic.
The problem with magic is that those who do not find magic are those who never ever find it.
There is magic inside a lodge hall. There is mystery in our pages of symbols. They are transformative, out of our control. There is no profit in this discovery. Money lenders do not like it. Silly men do not value it. A simple man or a clever by far has as much grasp as the magician himself.
So what is this fear of imbalance about? Why does masonry quake under the foot steps of timid men? No doubt they want to build cathedrals that soar into the clouds. But they have not the confidence or drive of discovery. The arm chairs are too well stuffed to try new mathematics.
Our brethren are well within their reach to notice flaws. And we are well within our sense of virtue to carry on the alchemy supported by a philosophical reasoning.
We are broken. Life is a process of becoming. We are imperfect creatures that need acknowledgement of brilliance. It is too late only if an old man has convinced himself it is too late. Freemasonry is about meeting expectations. Now the question to ask is "whose expectations?"
Blending equal protions of Eculid, Socrates and Pythagoras into the mortar and crushing it into dust is the cement that holds lodge walls. Andrew Hammer was on to something when he reminded us to look deeper into the mirror.
The 31st Annual RT Booklovers Convention is coming up May 14-18. Participating authors Deborah Fletcher Mello and Andrew Peterson talk with Conversations LIVE host Cyrus Webb about their literary journeys and what they are expecting from this year's event.
We aired "Power" a portion of Pastor Michael Peterson's teaching on "Eight Blessings to Succeed." We encourage you to visit his ministry website at http://www.netbreakstrategies.com You can actually download this entire teaching under the "resources" tab. Also purchase his book Kingdom Economics: 9 Keys That Release Heaven's Life-Changing Blessings - Now! "Seek First the Kingdom of God" http://www.amazon.com/Kingdom-Economics-Release-Life-Changing-Blessings-ebook/dp/B00FBPY1KO
Passion Sunday and Week gets kicked off this weekend leading up to elaborate celebrations in the western church of Easter Sunday. Few western Christians take the time to ponder the Paschal Mystery and its mystical underpinnings. Join Pastor Neal as he explores the Paschal Mystery from a contemplative perspective with the hopes of empowering you to a deeper and more meaningful spiritual ressurection experience.
The Great Pyramid of Giza, sometimes called the Pyramid of Khufu, or the Cheops Pyramid, is truly one of the most amazing mysteries on Earth. This is the definitive breakthrough study of how it was built. It is huge, and it was built with gigantic stone blocks that seem nearly impossible to cut, transport, and assemble even today on such a massive scale as must have occurred long ago when this pyramid was originally constructed.
Dr. Brown joins Rainbow vision to discuss his news breaking story. In a project completed at The Farsight Institute (farsight.org) using remote-viewing data collected by two of the most accomplished “military grade” remote viewers of the day, the true story of how the Great Pyramid of Giza was actually constructed using a combination of exotic advanced technology and brutal manual labor can finally be told.
Courtney Brown, Ph.D. is a mathematician and social scientist who teaches in the Department of Political Science at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Remote-Viewing Background: Dr. Brown is the Director and founder of The Farsight Institute (www.farsight.org), a nonprofit research and educational organization dedicated to the study of a phenomenon of nonlocal consciousness known as "remote viewing."