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  • 02:01

    PSHRadio speaks to MJ Dickson

    in Paranormal

    Born in Zimbabwe and raised in South Africa, I relocated to the UK in 2010 on an amazing journey of spirituality and science. My mother is a sensitive; I wouldn’t go as far as saying a Psychic as she blocked her abilities out of fear. Even though she raised us to be very aware that our loved ones were “Always close by”, she would predict deaths in the family as well as other experiences and yet still somewhat sheltered me from it. My father was a military man and taught me that there was a logical explanation for everything although he never questioned my mothers “gift”. I had many strange paranormal experiences growing up; little did I know that my mother’s abilities had been passed down. It wasn’t until my early twenties that my abilities began to develop; it was at this time that I began questioning everything. I needed answers.  



    What made me different from everyone else? Why did I have these abilities? How did they work? I am an extremely curious person so once I took part in my first investigation I was hooked. I had to know more. I have been investigating the paranormal for five years now and during this time I have experienced numerous paranormal events as well as been able to document these events using various pieces of equipment and cameras.  


    Around 4 years ago I founded my own team - Sage Paranormal, while each of us have very different views and backgrounds, we work extremely well together. We all share a similar goal, to educate people with the hope that sharing our knowledge will ease their grief of losing a loved one. I lost my father 3 years ago and even though I am a Medium it was still crushing, this made me think how horrendous it must be for those that do not possess any abilities - to lose someone that close to them and that loss being so “final”. I set out on a mission to gather as much physical evidence of the paranormal as possible.

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  • "Get Fit Feel Fabulous with Britt" her Guest Diane Dickson of Peace Growers.

    in Lifestyle

    “Diane Dickson is co-founder and executive director of a local volunteer organization known as Peace Growers. The mission of Peace Growers is to promote and support local agriculture and other socially responsible projects by organizing volunteers and other resources, educating the community and especially by including people of all abilities, ethnicities and backgrounds.


    As a Board Certified Health Coach supporting adults with intellectual disabilities, Diane is keenly aware of the impact healthy living has on optimum brain functioning as well as overall quality of life. Peace Growers developed out of her dedication to increasing opportunities for people of all abilities to live as the highest versions of themselves.”

  • 00:47

    War of the Words Radio #112: Walker Vivian talks Conflict 29 Pro Muay Thai

    in MMA

    GUEST: Walker Vivian


    Conflict 29 stands to be one of the best cards of the year.


    Now, I know you’ve heard me say that a few times before, but I had not seen Conflict 29s roster then. Not only is the line up smashing, but the actual event itself has some fantastic perks in its return to Charlestons Memminger Auditorium. In case you have not heard yet, UFC ranked Heavyweight and world class Legend Andrei “The Pitbull” Arlovski will be in house alongside a ton of regional stars, many which will also be in the cage that night.


    The Pro Side of this card displays some of the best around in each division. The Ammy aspect of the card showcases a whole array of upcoming fireballs of the Southeast. The Muay Thai fight matches are just as enticing as any MMA match, and the environment and packed house will amplify all this tenfold. After all, the last Conflict event in Charleston sold out a month in advance.


    Join us today on this good Sunday as we sit down with pro fighter Walker Vivian. Slated to clash in a pro Muay Thai match against 2014 KO of the Year winner Mike Hazzard, this fight is every bit as electric as any MMA match this year!


     


    Ep #112 brought to You by Sor Sumrit Fight Store, ReHydrate, Cutmedic and Omega Attire

  • The44thAngieBowieBarnett&RickHuntRadioShow+CHRIS&VIVIENDAIR#44

    in Entertainment

    'CrossRoads to Freedom' defines Chris Dair's high-octane and sultry guitar playing and song-writing. Asked whether he played other instruments, "Yeah, I play bass, drums, percussion, harmonica, and some keyboard, and anything else I can get a good sound out of!" Dair, a French resident, brings the extremes of world musical guitar disciplines: Flamenco & the Blues to his musical compostion.   "Blues has this rawness, a simplicity and an undisguised passion in it’s expression of life’s experiences. I play many different styles of music, but my whole core of what I do comes from the blues, whether it be a Fusion Jazz or an Eastern improvisational piece, or a percussion piece it contains elements of the blues that grew up with me." Chris was captivated  by the genius of Jimi Hendrix and his musical university were the performers who filled London's venues, night-clubs and concer halls to inspire and thrill his performance. All these experiences have gifted is his guitar passion remarkable albums and hundreds of studio hours in film and television soundtrack recording.  In an interview with Glen when asked about Music. Chris replied: "It’s like breathing, if I stop, I die. I’ve been playing all my life and I could never give it up, that would be unthinkable. It’s more exciting now for me than it ever was. I wouldn’t know what to do if I didn’t have my music and didn‘t play. For me, what else is there?" Vivian Dair says of her musical experience: 'Melody and lyrics work together to tell a story of what life has given me. I sing with a celtic influence which I couldn't explain until I found that I have an Irish great grandmother, which kind of clarifies that for me. My style includes Psychedelic Blues Rock, Folk Rock, Ballads and so on. I am not influenced by anyone musically, I like all sorts of music, from Aaron Neville to Rammstein !'

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  • Sim Standard Radio Episode 66 - NBA Live 16 news, Madden 16 thoughts, and more!

    in Video Games

    Welcome back Sim Gamers. We are excited to have you join us for another show. We have some nice topics to discuss tonight and we can't wait to hear your thoughts. In the second hour we will open the line for your calls. Brief descriptions of tonight's topics are listed below. See you guys at 8pm EST. 


     


    NBA Live 16 Live Run, Pro AM, Summer Circuit - There is so much to talk about here. AzureEffect will be giving his hands on impressions of Live's new game modes. We will also discuss how Live fires back at NBA 2K with allowing free access to their new modes 10 days before 2K's early release. Is Live now a respectable competitor? Will more people make the switch or at least give live a try?


     


    Madden NFL 16 - Creative Director Rex Dickson is scheduled to call in tonight. As you guys may be aware right now some of us currently have Madden 16. We will give our thoughts of the state of the game. Is Madden 16 a win for the sim community? If so, why? Do you now believe in the Madden Devs? 


     


    Pro Evolution Soccer (PES 2016) - The PES 2016 demo is now available and we will give our thoughts on the demo. We will also discuss the recent video put out by myself (Sim) in regards to no game is perfect. I used the PES 2016 demo to showcase things that I would like to see improved in all sports games that are played on a grass field. 


     


     

  • 03:01

    Tech Talk on the SoftwareONE Radio Network - Denim Group, VMWare, Veeam

    in Technology

    Join SoftwareONE as we discuss how IT Security Best Practices with the Denim Group, Software Defined Datacenter with VMWare, Data Protection with Veeam, VMWare vSAN, Virtualization Trends, and The entire set of Office 365 Buying Strategies! The Playing field has changed. Are the new ways to buy Office 365 right for you? Tune in as we discuss IT Business topics that can improve the way you use technology to improve productivity while decreasing the cost of doing business. We will also have fun give aways including a $25 Gift Card for Starbucks to the first caller of each segment! Make sure to follow us on Twitter @SWORadioNetwork. So call in to ask a question, get an answer, give an answer, or contribute a new idea! The number to call is 347-637-1009. 


    12:00 EDT        John Dickson - Denim Group - IT Security Best Practices


    12:30 EDT        Kyle Geisler - VMWare - SDDC


    1:00 EDT          Sterling Wilson - Veeam - Data Protection


    1:30 EDT          Heath Cejka - SoftwareONE - vSAN


    2:00 EDT          Virtualization Playing Field


    2:30 EDT          Office 365 Buying Strategies

  • 02:01

    Positive People: Sisters On The Move - IT IS WHAT IT IS - Ron E. Jefferson

    in Women

    IT IS WHAT IT IS - on KLJN 107.7


    Host: Author Ron E. Jefferson -"Listen To The Men, Think For Yourself"


    Title: POSITIVE PEOPLE: Sisters On The Move


    Guests: State Senator STEPHANIE FLOWERS: Elected to State Senator of District 5 in 2010.
                 VIVIAN FLOWERS; COO; Univ. Ark. Med. Ctr (UAMS) Center for Diversity Affairs


     


    Producer:  LadyJaz


     


    Music:  AIN'T NO STOPPING US NOW by McFadden & Whitehead


    PHENOMENAL WOMAN by Maya Angelou 


    I BELIEVE I CAN FLY by R.Kelly 


    RIBBON IN THE SKY by Ahmir