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On Saturday September 3rd at 4 PM EST, 3 PM CST, 1 PM PST depending upon your time zone. Luke Roebuck a qualified guppy judge will be the guest on The Under The Sea Radio Show. Discussion will generally be about what a judge looks for in judging show guppies. Tune into the Show to hear this discussion and listen to our many podcasts on the Under The Sea Radio Show!
On Tuesday September 25th 2012,at 10 PM EST,9 PM CST and 7 PM PST The Under The Sea Radio Show is pleased to have as a guest Mr Luke Roebuck from the International Fancy Guppy Association. Mr Roebuck is a fully accredited IFGA judge (Hear and See the other episode that Mr Roebuck was on The Under The Sea Radio Show Here! ) and has a wealth of knowledge in keeping and breeding fancy show guppies. There truly is an art to the knowledge in breeding International Show Guppies and the Under The Sea
On the Hermetic Hour this Thursday, March 3rd, 2011, at 8:00 p.m., the subject will be the American Keltic Neo-Pagan expression, specifically "The Roebuck," which is also called "the Clan of Tubal Cain" and, in its earlier
American version,"The Order of 1734." The elders of this tradition are Ann and Dave Finnin, who will be with us in the studio. Ann is the
author of "The Forge of Tubal Cain" (2008). Ann has been our guest before, discussing magical hypnosis. The main book behind Roy Bowers
This is a NATIONAL OUTRAGE. OR at least it should be but it appears this current administration doesn't give two hoots about this young Marine being chained to his bed in a Mexican jail.Meet Jon Hammar. As a Marine he endured nightmarish tension patrolling the war-ravaged streets of Iraq’s Fallujah. When he came home, the brutality of war still pinging around his brain, mental peace proved elusive. Surfing provided the only respite. Hammar carried a .410-bore Sears & Roebuck shotg
On Thursday, May 3rd, 2012, The Hermetic Hour, with host Poke Runyon, will present a discussion on one of the books most influential on the revival of Paganism, Witchcraft, and Magick in the post World War Two era: "1948's "The White Goddess" by poet laureate Robert Graves. The book is difficult read even for those well versed in myth-lore, and classical literature. Graves takes a poet's magical, and even whimsical, approach to what at first appears to be anthropology -- even though he warns the reader that he is not dealing with history as it was, but rather as the ancient and medieval bards imagined it to have been -- which is just as important as how it really was. His argument is that behind all true poetry lies the inspiration of a haunting, primordial muse: the prehistoric Moon Goddess of birth, youth, death and the phases of nature. He is a cultural diffusionist, spinning off from Frazer on a wild ride from ancient Greece to the Druids, tying together the whole warp and woof of Western esoteric lore from the Bible to the troubadours. The White Goddess had a major influence on Fred Adams and Svetlana's Feraferia, with the Tree Alphabet being a central element in Feraferian structure. The book was also a very strong influence on Roy Bowers Order of 1734, and the Roebuck of the Finnins. It has also had some influence on the O.T.A., and many other Pagan and Magical groups. So, tune in and plumb the mysteries of the Druid's Handbook, and the thinking Witch's Bible.
The Hermetic Hour for Thursday May 10th, 2012 will feature a discussion, moderated by host Poke Runyon, on the origins and the establishment of the "1734" Witchcraft tradition in the United States. This was an American version of Roy Bowers' (Robert Cochrane's) "Clan of Tubal Cain" that surfaced in England in the 1960s as a rival to the Gardnerian Craft. Bowers' claimed to belong to a hereditary tradition more indigenous and authentic than Gardner's popular version of "The Craft." While Gardner drew from Margeret Murray's "Witch Cult in Western Europe", Bowers drew from Robert Graves "The White Goddess." Bowers' American correspondent Joseph Wilson received numerous letters from Roy, forming an enigmatic, mystical corpus of material from which the talented Joe Wilson fashioned the American version called "1734" from a cypher included in the manuscripts. Like Johnny Appleseed, Joe Wilson seeded 1734 covens across the nation. Some of these groups still don't know where their Book of Shadows came from. As featured guests we will have Ann and Dave Finnin of the Roebuck, a "Clan of Tubal Cain," who are perhaps the most knowledgeable elders of the tradition. Ann is the author of "The Forge of Tubal Cain." We will cover the strange life and stranger death of Roy Bowers, the mysterious symbolism of the St. Uzec Menhir (1734's Stele of Revealing), the meaning(s) of "1734," the shamanic talents and prankster antics of Joe Wilson, and other tales of high adventure on the inner and outer planes -- so, if you want to know which witch is which, tune in and we'll lift the veil.
Creative Soul is a show dedicated to featuring creativity in all forms. Artists, musicians, poets, actors, photographers authors and dancers can share their stories and creativity with the world! Everyone is welcome! Today's guest R&B Vocalist and Member of Montaj Christopher "Cristyle" Roebuck
This broadcast of the Hermetic Hour, Thursday, November 11th, 2010 at 8:00 p.m., will feature a panel discussion on Hypnosis and Magick. Host Poke Runyon will introduce the topic, and review his landmark article on the subject published in 1978. Hypnosis and self-hypnosis have been the operative techniques behind visionary magick all the way back to ancient times, but this "secret" has been, and still is, being suppressed. Our call-in guest speaker will be Ann Finnin, First Lady of the Roebuck,
A radio program and call-in show for 21st century teachers from the professional learning community, Global Association for Teaching Excellence (GATE). Let us be your GATEway to instructional coaching, classroom praxis and technology innovation. Join us to share the experience of being a 21st Century teacher!
Robert Carlyle Byrd, the longest-serving member of Congress in United States history, who spent much of his career as a conservative Democrat and ended it by fiercely opposing the war in Iraq and questioning West Virginia's powerful coal industry, died Monday. He was 92.(The Charleston Gazette)
He said in 2000, "West Virginia has always had four friends: God Almighty, Sears Roebuck, Carter's Liver Pills and Robert C. Byrd."
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