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Augustus Invictus is a 32 year old man who is best known as a radical philosopher and infamous social critic. He is Managing Partner of Imperium, P.A., the law firm he founded in 2013, in Orlando, Florida. He is also running for the vacated seat of Marco Rubio and hopes to be Florida's next Senator. As some of you may remember, Augustus gained the attention of the nation after his opponents began a smear campaign by bringing his Thelemic religion to the forefront, and focusing on a ritual sacrifice involving a goat and the consumption of it's blood. Many were outraged and the opponents of Augustus Invictus didn't miss one opportunity to add insult to injury as they took to Face Book to deepen the wounds by expounding, erroneously, on the stories they had already given the media. Augustus was accused of being many dark things, and through many interviews answering the same questions over and over again, has managed to allay those fears. Last week, once again Alan Grayson brought up the Pagan religion of Augustus Invictus as if that's a bad thing. Augustus is addressing the War on Drugs and the War on Terror among other things, but all his opponents want to do is talk about his religion. Why?
Meet Augustus Sol Invictus. He is the Libertarian Candidate running to fill Marco Rubio's Senate seat. Mr. Ivictus will discuss his campaign and his "Hot Topics" about the War on Drugs and the War on Terror.
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Happy Saturnalia! December 25th is the birth of pagan solar deity, Sol Invictus or Mithras -- should Christians celebrate a holiday that has it's roots in paganism?
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Hosts Raquel Okyay and Efrain Gonzalez III of Imploding the Illusion welcomes Special Guest U.S. Senate Candidate Augustus Invictus, starting at 9:30pm to give us his perspective of the Oregon standoff. At 10pm Special Guest LT Dan Wilson, retired Navy SEAL, health administrator, and author will be discussing his NEW book The A.S.K. Force.
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Have you ever heard this phrase: "I am the master of my fate: I am the captain of my soul"? What you may not know is that those two short sentences are the last two lines of a poem by English poet William Ernest Henley titled "Invictus", the Latin word for "invincible" or "unconquerable."
William Henley's poem is a poem of defiance in the face of great odds. At the age of 14, he contracted tuberculosis of the bone. A few years later, the disease progressed to his foot, and physicians announced that the only way to save his life was to amputate his leg directly below the knee. He underwent the amputation when he was just 17. Shortly thereafter, he was told that his other leg would have to be amputated. However, by enlisting the help of another doctor and undergoing intense surgery, he was able to save his other leg. This event, and his determination to live, enjoy, and control his life despite his circumstances, are what led him to write this poem while he was recovering in the hospital. Despite his disability, he survived with one foot intact and led an active life until his death at the age of 53.
Henley felt that he needed to be in control of his life, and he thought that he could control every aspect of his existence including what happened to him after he died. From his words, we see that he did not accept that there was an eternal being whom he could lean on for support in this life and for assurance of his destiny in the life to come. He wanted to be the "master" and "captain" of his entire existence.
However, the Bible tells us in Psalm 103 that we are but "dust." It goes on to say, "As for man, his days are as grass: as a flower of the field, so he flourisheth. For the wind passeth over it, and it is gone; and the place thereof shall know it no more."
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Tune in for another Historic Segement with one of Detroit's music Legends MELVIN DAVIS!!
Excerpt taken from DETROIT METRO TIMES
By Michael Hurtt
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It's easy to overlook, or not hear, Davis' vast musical contributions, because this giant was unjustly somewhat under the radar in the '60s and early '70s radio mainstream. But he was certainly there all along. He's the impossibly funky drummer behind guitarist Dennis Coffey and organist Lyman Woodard on the legendary, sample-worthy single "River Rouge"/"It's Your Thing"; the evocative lead vocalist on the 8th Day's AM soul staple "You've Got to Crawl (Before You Walk)"; the songwriter who penned J.J. Barnes' desperate ode "Chains of Love," which — in the hands of Detroit rock band the Dirtbombs — served as the musical centerpiece of the 2007 Julian Schnabel art-house film The Diving Bell and the Butterfly. Songwriter royalties aside, Davis is still not a household name.