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Frank Lee, founder, director, and case manager for The C.A.S.P.I.R. Paranormal Team (Central Alabama Society for Paranormal Investigation & Research) and host of the Paranormalities & Ponderings Radio Show, is a veteran paranormal investigator who has a background in several areas of study in science and technology including electronics, communications, biology, microbiology, environmental science, and medical studies. He has always had a deep love for science and history and a passion to learn more about the afterlife following a near death experience he had as a child. Lee feels that all knowledge gained from paranormal research should be utilized to help others. He also loves teaching others about the paranormal and promotes education and unity in the field of paranormal research.
The C.A.S.P.I.R. Paranormal Team has been Lee’s first experience as a founder/director and most challenging by far, but he gives credit to the team members for their hard work in truly making things happen. Aside from his role on the team, Lee helps mentor newer teams, educates people in the community about paranormal investigation, works with paranormal authors to conduct research for their books, is in the process of writing a his own book, writes a blog designed to provoke thought in the paranormal community, is an advocate for paranormal unity between teams and researchers, works as a paranormal consultant for news and media production companies, and hosts a weekly online paranormal radio show called Paranormalities & Ponderings.
C.A.S.P.I.R. focuses more on the people affected by paranormal activity instead of only the location where it occurs. C.A.S.P.I.R. takes on many complex cases whether it is people who feel that paranormal activity has followed from one location to another or something more sinister... The C.A.S.P.I.R. Paranormal Team is there to help.
As of recently there has been a great influx of talk regarding genetics. Within our community the scholars have been throwing around the terms gene, chromosome, and histones. I would be willing to bet the majority of listeners and viewers are not aware of what DNA and RNA stands for let alone their differences or relationships with one another.
Though science is now becoming a hot topic in the community , it is more on the historical accounts of our legacy mixed with personal ideological rhetoric from lackluster spiritual debunk artist. The conversation of health as it relates to our history and science is being grossly ignored.
All denominations of this community has a greater inclination to discuss matters of trivial and petty back and forth sparring of history than the matter of health by way of food gene consistency that our elders Mama Pill and Dr. Sebi have proven for nearly 50 years.
Come join KT the archdegree as he returns to Know the ledge radio as he presents Sirius Dogma the microbiology of ancient kemet, Kongo, & the Dogon. He will provide the family with the relationship between our ancient history and the instructions they left to maintain health by way of DNA, long lasting life, and optimal experience of personal purpose. Remember animals survive, but children of the stars, we live.
Guest: Belinda Womack
Featured book: Lessons From The 12 Archangels Divine Intervention in Daily Life
The 12 Archangels of the Central Sun (Soul) of the Universe are all-powerful and all-loving energies that pour forth from the Heart of God like flowing rays of singing sunshine. These energies are similar to the music coming from a perfectly tuned orchestra where it is difficult to distinguish one instrument from another. From the sacred music and light of the Central Sun, the 12 Archangels created Earth, an amazing schoolroom established so that Oneness (ALL THAT IS) can dream a dark dream and experience the reality of fear and the illusion of being separated from the Creator.
The purpose and experience from working with the authentic guidance in Lessons from the 12 Archangels is to discover how to change our everyday reality to living on Earth as we do in Heaven, a place and space where we are conscious of our divinity and the healing power that lives within us.
Bio:A scientist by training, with dual master’s degrees in microbiology and environmental science (Indiana University), Belinda was called into service by the 12 Archangels while working in a medical university lab as she was doing a stem cell experiment. For nearly 25 years since that meeting, Belinda has had an active spiritual counseling practice, working with the 12 Archangels, to support individuals, couples and families with seemingly impossible problems to solve.
Show time: 5pm PT, 6pm MT, 7pm CT, 8pm ET
Angels are loving forces in our lives. Everyone has the ability to communicate with them if we open our minds and heart to their loving teachings. Author and spiritual counselor Belinda Womack was a believer in Angels until the age of 12, when she decided she wanted to become a scientist. Year later, working in a biology lab, she found herself in the presence of the Archangel Gabriel and realized her calling as a spiritual conduit for Angelic healing and support.
She will share lessons, practices, and daily guidance from the 12 Archangels to help us listen to and heal our wounded inner child, release our fears, and enact deep subconscious transformation. Book: Lessons from the 12 Archangels--Divine Intervention in Daily Life.
Belinda Womack has counseled individuals, couples and families for 25 years. She is the creator of the 12 Archangels University, an online "change your everyday reality to Heaven on Earth" education platform. A scientist by training, with dual master's degrees in microbiology and environmental science, she lives in Freeport, Maine.
Lessons from the Twelve Archangels
MEET: Belinda J. Womack is a spiritual counselor, channeling Angelic wisdom to support individuals, couples, and families for 25 years. She is the creator of the 12 Archangels University, an online “change your everyday reality to Heaven on Earth” education platform. A scientist by training, with dual master’s degrees in microbiology and environmental science, she lives in Freeport, Maine.
Hello everyone welcome to Reaching Out Radio where we are reaching out to be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ.
This Friday's episode will feature "Abortion - Part 3 During this broadcast Sister Pearl along with her invited guest,will discuss what many consider to be a viable option when faced with the tragedy of rape and/or incest: abortion. This program will also deal with the reality of fetal pain and one great problem that is purposefully kept secret from women contemplating undergoing an abortion - the very damaging affects abortion has on a woman's body, as well as her mind and emotions. Abortion not only affects women's health and well being, but also the male responsible for the baby growing inside the mother's womb, as well as the child's siblings. This is one program you will not want to miss, so please invite your friends and loved ones to call in and listen to this very informative and eye opening program on Kingdom Perspectives in Our Changing World.
Dr. Gerard M. Nadal currently serves as the President and CEO of the Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer.
Dr. Nadal holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in Philosophy, Master of Science in Cellular and Molecular Biology,Master of Philosophy in Biology, and Ph.D. in Molecular Microbiology.
Kemi is also a professional writer, speaker, IT business analyst as well as a professional life and relationship coach. She is dedicated to helping others transform their lives through self development and growth, gaining knowledge and understanding of self-love before becoming involved in a relationship, find what works best and how to stay true to oneself while connecting with others to build solid relationships that will make their lives better not bitter. She writes and speaks from a personal place and experience on relationships, healing, forgiveness and purposeful living by moving from pain to purpose. Kemi began her journey to becoming a life and relationship coach after her separation and divorce, which led her to soul searching. She connected to her spirituality while viewing life from a different perspective. She found herself in the process and gained a deep understanding of life and relationships as well as her purpose in life. She shares deep and inspirational messages through her writing and has touched many lives across the globe. She also teaches, motivates and inspires others to become the best version of the person God created them to be on daily basis. She believes that living truthfully is paramount to long-lasting relationships and healthy living. Her articles have been featured on Ezine Articles, Self-Growth and her podcasts on Roots Radio Love (Kemi's Lounge). She has also been featured Diaspora PR and iGroove Radio. She is a member of the Women Speakers Association (WSA), Non-Fiction Authors Association and Relationship Coaching Institute (RCI). Kemi holds a first degree in Microbiology and a Master’s degree in Information Technology. She is the founder of the nonprofit organization (501c3 pending), Love Not Hurt, an organization that promotes self-development, building healthier and stronger relationships while living with purpose.
Matthew Sullivan, Assistant Professor, Departments of Microbiology and Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering Ohio State (also the co-founder of the Ecosystems Genomics Institute at the UA)
You got it - I am going to really have to work for this one. A University of Arizona-led international team has uncovered new information about the ways marine viruses and microbes interact on a global scale and Matthew Sullivan shares with us why it's vitally important to understand complex interactions among ocean ecosystems, climate and biodiversity - perhaps more now than ever in the planet's history. Join me for some stimulating and relevant conversation. This show made possible through the generous support of Chapman Automotive Group.
Internet marketing is often a bottomless abyss, swallowing your entire budget and leaving you with very little to show for it.
It’s a challenge for entrepreneurs to figure out where to invest their precious marketing dollars in a cost effective way.
Tune in as host Hanna Hasl-Kelchner welcomes digital marketing pro Steve Hamm who will help us make sense of the on-line landscape and prioritize what’s realistic for small and mid-size businesses to accomplish with their digital marketing dollars.
Steve has a deep background in marketing and business development. He was a standout contributor from his early days in marketing and sales with $28B GlaxoSmithKline, having compiled a consistent record of personal achievement in developing growth strategies, revitalizing mature product lines, launching new products and generating increased sales and profits for his employers and clients.
He’s a creative thinker and skilled at zeroing in pinch points. He uses those talents to craft strategies respectful of your budget and time constraints to find solutions and identify new business opportunities.
His education includes an MBA in Management and Marketing from Wake Forest University and a BS degree in Microbiology and Biochemistry from East Tennessee State University. He’s currently rolled up his achievements and experience as the owner of MaaS Pros Raleigh Durham, helping small to medium sized businesses "get found" online, convert visitors into qualified leads, and convert those leads into sales for your bottom line.
Steve is also the co-author of the book: 17 Legal Ways to Double Your Income.
Business Confidential is proudly sponsored by the Legal Leverage® Academy, a division of Business M.O., LLC.
Have you had your autosomal DNA tested and now you are confused? Allow Diahan Southard to explain how you can organize, analyze and understand your results.
In the year 2000 Diahan Southard found herself in the right place at the right time. As an undergraduate in Microbiology, the laboratory she had been volunteering in was headed to Egypt to collect more samples for genetic study from an abandoned cemetery just outside of Cairo. While that trip never materialized, that research study became the foundation of the Sorenson Molecular Genealogy Foundation (SMGF), for whom she would work for the next 10 years.
Her duties at SMGF and her sister companies were varied, from laboratory work to marketing to customer service. All of her knowledge and experience have culminated into her current position as Your DNA Guide. She writes for Family Tree Magazine, and is the Genetic Gem at Lisa Louise Cooke’s Genealogy Gems, blogging and podcasting about DNA and genealogy.
Diahan's lectures are always fun, upbeat, and full of energy. She has a passion for genetic genealogy, a genuine love for people, and a gift for making the technical understandable.
Tune in to Writestream on Tuesday, June 16 at 1 p.m. Eastern when Daria Anne welcomes CLFA author Don Stickland to the show:
Don Strickland is 54-years-old and is the father of two and grandfather of three. He was born in the panhandle of Texas. He has also lived in Hawaii, Michigan, California, and New Mexico where he currently resides. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry and Microbiology, and did graduate work in Technical writing. Don was a Sonar Technician in the Navy and did electronics work in that capacity. He currently works in the mining industry while he pursues his life-long dream of being a writer. His debut novel, Fringeman, was published last year, a science fiction adventure story with elements of fantasy and strong libertarian themes. He is currently working on a sequel.
If you have a question or comment for Don, dial in at (347) 945-7246.
Recently, Terry Hazen was announced as the new head at the Institute for a Secure and Sustainable Environment at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.
Hazen brings an impressive set of environmentally related credentials with him to the new position. In addition to being the UT-Oak Ridge National Laboratory Governor’s Chair for Environmental Biotechnology, Hazen works with the Center for Environmental Biotechnology; directed investigation and recovery efforts surrounding the Deepwater Horizon oil spill; and was a senior scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in the Microbial Communities Division, the Center for Environmental Biotechnology, and the Ecology Department.
Hazen also holds appointments in three UT departments—Civil and Environmental Engineering, Microbiology, and Earth and Planetary Sciences. He is a faculty fellow at ORNL and works with both the Bredesen Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Graduate Education and the UT-ORNL Graduate School of Genome Science and Technology.