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  • 02:00

    Spanish Coffee Hour (Late Night)

    in Social Networking

    Tonight on "It's My House" we are presenting  the "Spanish Coffee Hour" featuring Jaddian Forte.  Jaddian has a very diverse program in which one can get valuable tips on how to learn Spanish, prepare for trips to Mexico, vacation ideas, living in Mexico ideas and even opportunities to speak with some of the locals in Mexico.


    Jaddia will be LIVE STREAMING from Mexico.


    The call in number is: 619-768-2945 for the LIVE STREAM.


    Call to listen to "Spanish Coffee Hour  Radio" by dialing 712-432-8863,

  • 02:11

    Spanish Coffee Hour: Jaddian Forte

    in Social Networking

    Welcome to the "Spanish Coffee Hour" with your host Jaddian Forte.  Tonight Jaddian will give you the latest news, information, and talk to prepare anyone who wants to visit Mexico.  It could be for your first time or your 50th timie......he will have information for you.


    Do you want to learn Spanish........well then Jaddian will give you information on that as well.  He will supply you with the websites, learning tools, or what ever else you need to learn Spanish including guidance on how to meet the local in Mexico.


    Jaddian will be speaking to U tonight LIVE FROM MEXICO.

  • 01:04

    Spanish Coffee Hour with Jaddian Forte

    in Social Networking

    Tonight on "Black Towns Radio" Jaddian Forte is back with more entertaining confersation about Mexico, Latin America, and how to learn Spanish............plus exciting war stories.


    If one of your goals is to visit a foreign land this year in 2016, then tune and and take notes. Jaddian is an African American man who is currently living in Mexico.  When he moved there he didn't know the language, but now he is fluent in Spanish. He will offer you information on how to live, where to live and how to earn a living while in Mexico.

  • 02:03

    Sancista Brujo Luis joins on The Corner with the Spanish Tarot

    in Spirituality

    Sancista Luis is a first generation American, born from Puerto Rican parents. He was born in Northern Massachusettes where he still resides with his two daughters, granddaughters and his two dogs. Sancista Luis was born with a thin membrane over his face which his Grandmother proclamed would give him the gift of sight, although his eyes never fully developed within the womb and doctors told his mother he would probably be completely blind by the age of 3; this never came to pass but his poor physical eye sight, aided the young Luis in developing his senses at a very young age. A clairvoyant seer and Medium Channeler, as a child he would travel every summer to Puerto Rico with his parents where he learned to develop his Spiritual gifts with his Grandmother Juana and other mediums in an old shack that was used for Spiritual Veladas and Sesiones. As a teenager his intrests in Neo Paganism soon led him to the Afro Cuban Lukumi religion, where he recvieved his Collares and Warriors. In his late 20s he meet the late Puerto Rican Medium and Sancista Hector Luis Rodriguez who would become his Godfather in Sanse. A few years after that, he traveled to Bani, Dominican Republic where he recieved his baptism and Aplazamiento within the Dominican 21 Divison tradition. He later traveled to Venezuela and Colombia in his spiritual quest for all things related to Espiritismo and it was in Venezuela where he fell in love with the Tradition of Maria Lionza. Today Sancista Luis holds spiritual reuinions at his home, and does Spiritual Consultations at a local Haitian Botanica in Everett Massachusettes. He also conducts Misas with elder Cuban Babalocha Esteban Quintana. He is the author of Light and Progress; A Handbook for the Developing Mediums within the Puerto Rican Espiritismo Criollo Mesa Blanca System and translated Manbo Paula Wedo's Vodou Manual, Ayibobo; Gracias la Misericordia into Spanish.

  • 01:02

    Spanish Coffee Hour (How 2 Network Internationally)

    in Social Networking

    Tonight on "Living Off The Grid Radio" we shall be presenting the program "Spanish Coffee Hour".  Are you interested learning a foreign lanuage ? How about learning how to travel internationally on a budget ? Well tonight on Living On The Grid Radio you will have an opportunity to get information how to what we have just mentioned and more.


    Where are the parties and social life abroard ? Tune in and call in with information about what is happening across borders.


    Our call in number is (347-855-8802)  Call in for our LIVE STREAM.


    Thanks for listening to "Living Off The Grid Radio" .........for playback just go to the archieves here on Blog Talk Radio and you can play back the program ON DEMAND........... 24/7.


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  • 00:19

    Dr. Fred Says ... All About the Zija Int'l Opportunity in Spanish

    in Health

    Dr. Fred Says ... "All About Zija International" - in Spanish today


    Join Dr. Fred Valdes today as he speaks, in Spanish, to us about Zija International. 


    Each Wednesday, Dr. Valdes - along with his associate Dlynn Saumer - brings us up-to-date information on the state of health in the world today. 


    Presently Dr. Valdes teaches part-time at a medical school close to Miami. His background is emergency medicine and he has spent many years studying complementary medicine. Within his team are doctors, chiropractors. therapists, alternative health care practitioners and professional athletes.

  • 01:00

    Back to Spanish Cooking...

    in Food

    Ola from Flavor Living Radio...  There's a Spanish Theme in today's show. Listen in to Scoff and Quaff... and have your maracas,peppers and spices ready.  Spanish show with wine expert @colinonwine calling in from Moraira, Valencia with in the studio Nick Blythe, @paellafellawww.paellafella.co.uk , cooking up paella & more , & co-presented by Russell Burton-Lawrence. Sponsor...New E-Book at www.flavorliving.com  Author Shirley Wiggerman writes  The Folly of Performing Without A Rehearsal Short Stories and Food Thoughts...


     



     

  • 01:34

    Spanish Coffee Hour-Being A 1st Time Foreigner In Mexico - Jaddian Forte

    in Travel

    Tonight on "Black Towns Radio" we shall be featuring the "Spanish Coffee Hour".  Our guest host for this evening is Jaddian Forte who will be speaking on "Being A 1st Time Foregner In Mexico".


    Call in with ALL of your questions or comments and if you have live in Mexico, please call in and share your experiences.


    Call (646) 668-2083 to participate in our LIVE STREAM.


    Thank you for listening to Black Towns Radio and the Spanish  Coffee Hour.


    Have a great 2016 in properity and love.

  • 00:19

    Dr. Fred Says ... An overview of Moringa Oleifera (in Spanish)

    in Health

    Join Dr. Fred Valdes today at 2 pm EST as he conducts the show in Spanish. He will cover Moringa Oleifera and why Zija International's Moringa is far superior to any other Moringa available today. Plus, he will share the related products from Zija International.


    Presently Dr. Valdes teaches part-time at a medical school close to Miami. His background is emergency medicine and he has spent many years studying complementary medicine. Within his team are doctors, chiropractors. therapists, alternative health care practitioners and professional athletes.

  • 01:01

    Mexico, Sexico, - Spanish Speaking Dating Havens

    in Social Networking

    Tonight on "It's My House PM" we shall be exploring "International Off The Grid Dating Havens" where the majority of the populace speaks Spanish. 


    There are very popular dating/tourist locations around the world, but for the sophisticated International Player (male or female), but best places to meet people for social, business, or what ever are in "off the grid locations".  Tonight we shall start off in Mexico (for some its Sexico) and see where are some of the best locations to visit or even relocate to where Spanish is spoken.


    Call to Listen to "It's My House PM" @ 712-432-8863.

  • 02:02

    The Best of 2015: Education, Sports and The Arts. Should Americans Be Required to Learn Spanish?

    in Women

    We have had to fight for the right to be educated and in some cases, parents even went on a hunger strike to make a point that our children's lives are worth the sacrifice. Many young people have excelled in academics, music, dance, sports, and other areas of creativity and have demonstrated that if we just support their efforts with financial resources, they can rise to unlimited heights. Why is there such a fight to make sure every child is given an equal opportunity for self development? What stories and guests inspired you this year to give more and volunteer more in the development of our youth? Our guest today, Spanish language instructor Reba Brown, examines the need for Americans to become multi-lingual, and given the growth of the Spanish speaking population, would it make sense to make Spanish a second language requirement?