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What is the next step for preparedness and self reliance? Once your cupboards are stocked and needs are met for whatever the future holds, what is the next step? I Am Liberty is about prepping on a community scale. We are stepping away from the freeze dried foods and the ammunition to cement relationships and structure within our communities. Through efforts like community gardening, Co Op business and farming as well as bartering and time banking. You will hear from relevant guests as well as success stories from those who are in action as we speak! I myself included.
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On October 6th, 2011, the Hermetic Hour, with host Poke Runyon, will air a discussion on the revival of Magick as the supreme expression of a new Romantic movement in the second half of the 20th century. We will examine the original 18th century Romantic Movement in art and philosophy as a spiritual and intellectual rebellion against the dehumanizing aspects of the industrial revolution, carrying this on through the Victorian age of what we now reprise as "steam-punk"
romanticism, to the death of all dreams and visions of beauty in the depressing horror of World War One. Then the cynical, jaded pseudo-romanticism of the "lost generation," typified by Aleister Crowley's visions of decadence. We will explain what romanticism is, and how Nazis, Bolsheviks, and devout Christians can all be equally "Romantic." We will look at the Faustian archetype, the Luciferian idea, Blake's Marriage of Heaven and Hell, and the little-understood
philosophy of solipsism so important to the hermetic individuation process. This is going to be a feast of ideas, so tune in and savor the mind food.
On Thursday, August 2nd, 2012, the Hermetic Hour, with host Poke Runyon, will re-broadcast a discussion on the revival of Magick as the supreme expression of a new Romantic movement in the second half of the 20th century. We will examine the original 18th century Romantic Movement in art and philosophy as a spiritual and intellectual rebellion against the dehumanizing aspects of the industrial revolution, carrying this on through the Victorian age of what we now reprise as "steam-punk" romanticism, to the death of all dreams and visions of beauty in the depressing horror of World War One. Then the cynical, jaded pseudo-romanticism of the "lost generation," typified by Aleister Crowleys visions of decadence. We will explain what romanticism is, and how Nazis, Bolsheviks, and devout Christians can all be equally "Romantic." We will look at the Faustian archetype, the Luciferian idea, Blakes Marriage of Heaven and Hell, and the little-understood philosophy of solipsism so important to the hermetic individuation process. This is going to be a feast of ideas, so tune in and savor the mind food.
Today's show is on a topic that will one day, late or soon, affect us all: death and dying. So much illusion and romanticism, horror, and just plain ridiculousness surround our ideas of death, so let's set the record straight. We'll talk about this subject from the perspectives of the dying and the living to get a thorough understanding and, by the end of the show, you'll realize that this is a loving universe that supports you entirely and that there is nothing to fear from this most natural process.
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Love Poems & Romanticism on Valentine Day Part 1.
Call in and say a special poem for that special someone, and hang with me and relationship coach Darwin-La'veon E'lom as we touch on romanticism and the aspect of love and terror. Are they related? How so or not?
Clara Bellino’s musical genesis is interesting and memorable, and easily translates into a hybrid of classic American songwriting mixed with the romanticism of French jazz and classical roots. It’s an intoxicating and charming mix of old world meets new with a…pardon the pun…French twist. What Bellino has managed to do with this set of songs is to show a versatility, deft vocal touch and an attention to detail that shines through every moment of the record.
Join us as Clara shares with us a new Listener Participation Project she is currently working on. This will be a very special Night With Daddy G and the lovely Clara Bellino!
Clara Bellino’s musical genesis is interesting andmemorable, and easily translates into a hybrid of classicAmerican songwriting mixed with the romanticism ofFrench jazz and classical roots. It’s an intoxicating andcharming mix of old world meets new with a…pardon thepun…French twist. What Bellino has managed to do withthis set of songs is to show a versatility, deft vocal touchand an attention to detail that shines through everymoment of the record. “Hand in Hand” is a Bobby Sharp ballad, and Bellinooffers up two very smooth and delightful interpretations onthis record. The first is a solo Bellino, with a vocal trackthat sounds liquid, languid and definitely sets a romantic,old-world tone. The second finds Bellino in a duet with thelate Bobby Sharp himself (who penned the classic“Unchain My Heart”), and the contrast of their voices issuch a refreshing blend of experience and tone. There isa vintage quality to the pairing, and sits easily as amodern gem of its own, but stands up to classic duets ofthe past.Clara Bellino’s artistry is what rings loud and clear aboveall of the individual and collectively interesting and uniquemoments on this record. She has a clear and intuitiveunderstanding of how to meld her upbringing with her ownmodern experience in the American music scene. She is aunique voice, but the music itself is universal. Both arewidely appealing, and Bellino’s infectious personalityshines.
Music defines Chase Bryant. At every level and in often unexpected ways, his truths are expressed in melody, lyrics, hooks and sounds … but his reality goes even deeper than that. Bryant’s heritage is defined by music. His upbringing, his craft, his inspiration and his obsessions are all centered in the same – which is good – because there’s no other way to explain how a 21-year-old Texan could already be a top-flight guitar player, head-turning songwriter, RED BOW recording artist and co-producer of his debut album.
Bryant focuses his muse on the commonalities people share. “We all have a destination,” he says. “We all have dreams we want to follow. I’m no different than anybody else, I just sing about it. It’s my job to put the party on and give people a good reason to have fun.” And that he does, whether it’s in the soaring groove of “Summertime Saturday High,” the sparkling “Fire,” unabashed romanticism of “Change Your Name” or the vocally-charged, guitar-shredding debut single “Take It On Back.”
This is the 387,390,390,930th time I'm going to open my face and say we need expanded comprehensive sex education.
This time around, I have very nice, very young person to provide much needed insight and dramatically improve the delivery of the idea.
Now this is the Sunday Show, So we'll have a nice walking start and work our way into the sprint.
Folks will be able to call in at 347-857-3937
We'll have a 21 minute class on consent with Phoenix Loco, the teacher.
We'll take a break after that for callers to jump in and comment.
From there, We'll have a little talky talk on Romanticism that kind of naturally spirals into "race" relations because when she and I get on the phone, that's just what happens.
Exploring the various levels of intimacy and romance
Also My new album Back To Intimacy is available at the following online locations
Check it out, and leave a review let us know what you think
On Itunes, search for Back To Intimacy
On Amazon search for The Nxt LeveL
The Nxt LeveL, aka Mario Coleman, surfaced onto the spoken word scene in 1996 with his provocative, romantic poetry. His blend of passion filled romanticism continues to stimulate and burn on the hearts and minds of today’s women. The Nxt LeveL writes and speaks as if each poem was crafted and designed especially for each woman. His blend of poetry is said to be, "disarming, arresting, atmospheric, visual and very intimate."
This week Andrew has a conversation with Nathan Lam Voung.
Born in Mississippi but living and working in Los Angeles, Lam is a hybrid artist working with many different mediums including performance, installation, photography, painting and drawing.
If you would like to call in and join the conversation please dial 914.338.0532 and press #1.
Tonight we are talking about whether women take advantage of nice men? What do yiu think?
Nice guy is a term in the general public discourse and in popular culture describing an adult or teenage male with friendly yet unassertive personality traits in the context of a relationship with a woman In the context of a relationship, it may also refer to traits of honesty, loyalty, romanticism, courtesy and respect. When used in a negative context (usually capitalised), a "Nice Guy" implies a male who is unassertive, does not express his true feelings and uses acts of ostensible friendship with the unstated aim of progressing to a romantic or sexual relationship.
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