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Join KNOW THE LEDGE RADIO for a SPECIAL BROADCAST feat Mataji.
Last time she appeared on the program Mataji, which stands for "Respected Mother" brought an urgent message directly from the beloved mother of the sea, Yemaya.
Tonight she has another conveyance, another message from beyond that has to be shared in this timely manner with the human family.
There is much going on in the planet, on the planet, above the planets and beyond and it is incumbent on the children of the Light to identify the signs of the times and plan accordingly.
On Saturday March 22, the world will be celebrating Water Day in unison. Tonight hear Mataji's transmission from Yemaya about the state of the sacred waters and our beloved planet.
Shri Natha Devi Premananda, affectionately known as Mataji, Respected Spiritual Mother, has served as an instrument of light as Founder of Eagle Wings of Enlightenment Center in South Central Los Angeles in the community for the last 28 years.
Mataji is dedicated to the upliftment of World Peace and the spiritual teachings of oneness, compassion, universal wisdom and the Holy Scriptures of the East and West.
She guides individuals through their purpose of life, self realization and places them upon the path of Enlightenment. Mataji has given refuge to individuals over the years that were in need of shelter, guidance, counseling, and healing of their body, mind, and spirit.
TUNE IN for the TUNE UP. Class is in session!
Divine Dolls Creator Yvette Smith, "Mambo LaReina" is an Initiated Vodou Mambo to the level of Asogwe highest rank Priestess with Asson and crowned daughter of Yemanja, Yemaya, LaSirene.
Mambo LaReina is the Spiritual Creator of Divine Dolls - Voodoo/Spirit Dolls - where she artistically creates and ritually prepares these divine dolls and other Voodoo, Santeria inspired folk art including: Altar bottles, tear bottles, mini altars, sacred shrines, mojo bags, divine oils, handmade spiritual incense for rituals and decorated//blessed candles. These Divine Dolls and her spiritual art are an internet hit! Popular with entertainers, artists, magicians, witches and folk art collectors.
The Divine Dolls have a unique dark look, they are all made with love from the artist, who is 80 percent Roman Catholic, 15 percent Protestant, and 100 percent Vodou.
Team 360 members Miss Paula Cas, Oro Cas, Marsha Stires, and Tina Beck Fowler of The Jax City Spirit Hunters, and Scott Francis Kelly, Christy Wills.
Sabra Waldfogel grew up far from the South in Minneapolis. She studied history at Harvard University and received her Ph.D. in American History from the University of Minnesota. She has worked as a technical writer and has written about historic architecture for Old House Journal and Arts and Crafts Homes. Her short story "Yemaya” was recently published in Sixfold's January 2014 issue. Slave and Sister is her first novel.
Will they be rivals or allies? The age-old struggle between sisters is skillfully brought to life in Slave and Sister, by Sabra Waldfogel. In the antebellum South, relations between slaves and their owners are conflicted enough; if there are blood ties, the tension can become a lethal storm.
It was common in the antebellum South to raise a slave alongside the heir. But it was a surprise to both Adelaide and Rachel to discover they shared the same father. In a mesmerizing tale marked by impeccable historical accuracy, we begin by learning that scouts for General Sherman stumble upon a plantation that's anything but ordinary: it flies the Union flag and the freed slaves can read and write, and work the former plantation themselves.
We welcome Revolutionary Woman of Color performance artists Lady Dane Figueroa. Dubbed the Ancient Jazz Priestess of Mother Africa LADY DANE FIGUEROA EDIDI IS AN AFRICAN,CUBAN, NATVE AMERICAN TRANS PERFORMANCE ARTIST, AUTHOR, TEACHER, ORACLUR CONSULTANT, AND A FOUNDING MEMBER OF FORCE COLLISION. IN DECEMBER 2013 LADY DANE FIGUEROA EDIDI BECAME THE FIRST TRANS WOMAN OF COLOR AUTHOR IN DC TO PUBLISH A NOVEL OF FICTION (YEMAYA'S DAUGHTERS) WHOSE MAIN PROTAGONIST WAS A TRANS WOMAN. Lets get to know our sister better and find out how she became such a revolutionary artists!! We will also have a little fun and read a monologue or two and see if Kitty Bella acting chops are still are up to task!! LOL...JOIN US!!
Awo Orunmila Ifamola omo odun Oshebile, Olo Obatala Igbinlaye who for over thirty years has been performing Orisha music with many of the most prominent drummers of our time. Most notably – the late great Orlando “Puntilla” Rios, Oni Shango Obatilemi who was a leading exponent of Aña, Orisha and Afro -Cuban music in the United States for close to thirty years. Puntilla introduced Oshebile to his Oluo Siguayu (godfather) Gerardo “Taboada”Ferandez Ogbeyono Ifa who initiated Him into the Ifa Priesthood in March of 2001 in the home of Lazaro (ibae) and Fran Marquetti in Havana Cuba. In June of 1992 he was initiated as a priest of Obatala by Olo Oshun Evelyn (Okantomi) Smart and Oni Shango Chief ( Aya Ilu) Bey (ibae).
Join us as Awo Orunmila Ifamola talks about Yemaya the Goddess of the Ocean.
Happy New Year 2014! YHOW gives thanks to the Great Mother Goddess for setting us free to live our power. The first Hour of Power show is dedicated to my Personal Egun! Iba ye Mabel Dawson, my mother, my Queen Mother, and an original Queen of Hearts member. Her life is my inspiration and she was my first teacher. Beautiful loving mother, sister and best friend shared the lessons of her life with her daughters. In honor of her memory, I share with you her and my other writings about her. As mother and grandma to her many grandchildren she was real and down to earth, no nonsense community mother and grandmother of all who entered her world. Mom had the deep love of Osun and the capacity to love all the children like Yemaya. My mother loved Mother Mary McLeod Bethune because she uplifted the lives of poor black people and she shared that vision of African American doing better with me. My mother loved her people and supported good for the community where we lived. Join me and celebrate your own mother. Call in 347-989-0180
During times of peril it is instinctive for man to call on his creator force for intervention...we call on the "Gods" for help when help is needed and we expect some sort of response. CORRECT?
Did you ever think the day would come when the Gods called on YOU for help?
That day my brothers and sisters has arrived.
The most perilous of scenarios is playing out in our very midst. The Ocean is dying. The radiation from Fukishima is uncontainable and there are entities both in planet and off planet that are making attempts to intercede but the overburdensome task is overwhelming.
This entities, or "dieties" as they are referred to in some spiritual systems are now calling for HELP from the very beings who pride themselves on calling on the dieties for help.
The roles have switched, are you up for the task?
Tonight we welcome a divine spirit in the personage of Mataji to deliver a pertinent message from Mother Goddess Yemaja and "Father" God.
Tune in tonight as Starhawk is with me to discuss the need for peaceful resistance and her book, and soon to be produced movie, The Fifth Sacred Thing. For those who might not know about Starhawk's book, we'll delve into the story and why it is so relevant considering the politics and spirituality of today.
In the second half of the show, Associate Professor Malgorzata Oleszkiewicz-Peralba will discuss her book, The Black Madonna in Latin America and Europe: Tradition and Transformation. We'll be delve into her research on Our Lady of Czestochowa in Poland, Guadalupe in Mexico and Yemaya and Aparecida in Brazil. We'll talk about syncretism of these Madonnas. Unofficial Saints are on our agenda: Sara La Kali, Santa Muerte and the Divine Fierce Feminine: demonized, sweetened, ridiculed and dismissed. Time permitting we'll chat about Baba Yaga in Slavic Culture and Pombagira of Brazil.
It's time to take a mystical journey on the Celestial Show with Celeste Morgan. With a Full Moon in Aquarius coming up and the ending of the Mercury Retrograde, let's explore the gift of release as we continue the conversation about "A Deeper Walk on the Path of Pleasure" to learn what needs to given away. Let go of your inhibitions and your fears and tap into the spice of your life. 7 is the energy running today. The number of Yemaya, the Great Mother of the Oceans. The number of the Chariot in Tarot and connected to the sign of CANCER. We will explore the spiritual depth of this special number and discover the naked truth of what truly makes us come alive. Celeste Morgan is an intuitive reader who also works extensively with numbers. Join her as she weaves stories using cards, music, and movies to provide you with a new outlook to experience the best in your life. Reclaim Your “ME Power” by spending your Sunday Night with Celeste and get ready to jump start your spiritual awakening and fall in love with YOU again. There will be on the air readings…so be sure to call in early! Call in 347 426 3346 or post your questions on "The Celestial Show with Celeste Morgan" fan (LIKE) page on Facebook.
Host Name: Judy Lopez
Length: 60 min - 120 min *varies
Joann Spotted Bear and Dia Nunez Yemaya Adebiti
Joann says -
I will stand up and fight, i will do what must be done to help save our people.
I sun dance and pray for the lives of others threw pray, So that there is no more alcohol or drugs,
i will wipe out the proverty genoiced and suicide among our people..i will leave a message that our people are alive and will continue to live,
I will give my life to our creator, so that we may continue to honor him and love him for the life and the earth he has given us..the breath of life..the water of fate and the way we are longer to live.
I will stand with our men so that kids may have a feature. i will be a inspiration to our women may they be able to stand with me. and we never have to stand alone.
I will see to it our Grand mother or grand father never have to cry again. over a unnecessary death . Threw genocide. that causes abuse..
Dia Nunez a Yorubian Priestess is asked:
1. What was the most defining moment in your life that set you on your spiritual path?
2. When did you realize you had a deeper connection with spirit and humanity.
3. When you were growing- up who inspired you spiritually?
4. What led you to become a Yoruba Priestess?
5. What does it mean to be a priestess in your spiritual tradition?
6. Why do you work with oils, and spiritual baths?
7. How do you know what baths to make for your self, and or others?
8. How important are spiritual baths, and how do the cycles of the moon correlate with that energy?
9. What are your favorite bath recipes?
10.What other elements go into making spiritual baths besides herbs, and oils.
Women Warrior, Women who teach and Women who are not afraid to stand up and take their roles in society. We have something to say!! Honoring and incorporating Indigenous feminine wisdom into our daily lives.
As a child in the late 1930’s, Carmen P. Rodriguez trained at the traditional Spiritualist Temple operated by her father in Cuba, and continues her spiritualist work to this day. She is a Lukumi priestess of 42 years to the Orisha Yemaya, and a founding member of the Church of the Lukumi Babalu Aye. Joining Carmen on the show and providing translation will be Oba Oriate Ernesto Pichardo, Lukumi Elder and president of the Church of the Lukumi Babalu Aye.