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Cindy Kaza-Redmond is a fantastic Medium with a huge international following! Tonight she joins the Medium At Large to take your calls and bring through messages and evidence from your loved ones in Spirit! Call early (6:45 pm ET) 661-621-7554.
Cindy has been extremely intuitive since very early childhood. At the tender age of 10 she had her first memorable experience with a spirit. Days after losing a childhood friend in a fatal car accident, Cindy woke up in the middle of the night to see her friend standing next to her bed. At the time, she dismissed this experience and convinced herself it was just a dream. It wasn’t until her early 20′s that she realized she was having psychic and mediumistic experiences all along.
Tonight grab a soda and your popcorn...it will be one of those nights
Also we will be talking about the most famous bike race in the world, the Tour De Fra or Tour of France… www.itsonlyabikerace.com
Muhadeans: Religon or cult or just another political party?
We surveyed 100 people, and they said I was out of my mind...
We'll convene one more session of Summer School to learn of the surveys, the hosts, how the game was played, and maybe some bloopers.
Also, a special announcement on a new show in the works.
We'll also have news on who's been booted from the Big Brother House.
Get your Chap Stick out, Richard Dawson, because it's Game Show Tonite!
Dr. Katherine A. Dettwyler is an anthropology professor at the University of Delaware in Newark, Delaware. She is also a lecturer, author and breastfeeding advocate.
Dr. Dettwyler is best known for her work studying the duration of breastfeeding in humans as it relates to other mammals, primarily the nonhuman primates. According to her research, the natural age of weaning is 2½ to 7 years old as determined by weight gain, length of gestation, dental eruption, and other factors. She also studies the cultural context of breasts and breastfeeding in the United States, and is currently doing research on women in the US who nurse their children longer than 3 years.
Please join Professor Griff & ZaZa Ali as we break down some of the recent films being produced & the real agendas being promoted. Three movies in particular - Anarchy, the purge... Dawn of the planet of the apes... & Lucy. We'll be building based on the works of Uri Dowbenko, aurthor of Hoodwinked, Watching movies with eyes wide open. Call in # 347-633-9644. 8pm EST / 5pm PST. Peace!
Dr. Alveda King is the daughter of civil right icon Alfred Daniel Williams King and the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. She is also a former professor, author, state legislator, actress, and presidential appointee. She is the full-time Pastoral Associate of African-American Outreach for the pro-life group, Priests for Life. Her latest book is entitled, King Rules: Ten Truths for You, Your Family, and Our Nation to Prosper.
Glo Smith is the leading Republican candidate seeking election to the U.S. House to represent the 5th Congressional District of Florida. She has a Master’s of Business Degree, and a 30 year career in public service and entrepreneurship.
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Shred guitar: It takes an extremely talented musician to be able to play this music. Alek is, and his latest album, an EP called Panopticon is a trip through his life and various emotions through different phases of his last decade.
From his Bandcamp page: During my last 10 years of professional music experience I went through many emotional states. Being in numerous different projects and acts gave me insight into a large scope of personal mindsets, ranging from experiencing the lowest of disapproval and despise, to the highest bliss of love and acceptation. This EP’s musical realm depicts all those emotions about the world and what they came down to. I look at it as a Panopticon, a perfect all seeing prison, where a single guard is the omni-observant. The big question stands: are we the guard, or the prisoner? I hope this music gets you a bit closer to my innermost world.
We are looking forward to hearing about his experiences and how they shaped this incredible musical masterpiece. We'll also be listening to 3 of the songs from the album.
Do not miss it!
The mystery of kingdom is abundance of the seed. There are Master sowing secrets. Sowing is a masterpiece of god
The process of the seed!
Once the conditions have been satisfied for the process of seed germination, it is just a matter of time that they turn into a seedling. Some seeds, especially the ones with hard coats like the sunflower, morning glory, dates, acorn, corn, etc. need a couple of hours pre-soaking to speed up the germination of seeds.
After the seeds are sowed, and the soil misted with water, it (water) gets absorbed by the seeds through its coat, and provides moisture to the embryo nestled in it. This activates enzymes that help in duplication of plant cells, and also gets them to use the energy or food stored in the seed to start nourishing the embryonic plant. With all the nourishment, the embryo becomes too large, and bursts open through the seed coat, in search of light to start its process of photosynthesis, and thus, the growing plant emerges. During the same time, even the roots sprout and head down in search of more food from the soil. Both the root and plant shoot move downwards and upwards, simultaneously and respectively. In no time then, you will see the seedling force its way through the soil.
Please join us for a conversation with award-winning novelist, short story writer, poet, essayist and creative writing professor Elizabeth Cox.
Cox received the Robert Penn Warren Award for Fiction and was inducted into the Fellowship of Southern Writers in 2011. Her novel Night Talk received the Lillian Smith Award from the Southern Regional Council, the University of Georgia Libraries and Georgia Center for the Book.
In addition to four novels, Cox has published a recent collection of poetry I Have Told You and Told You and a collection of short stories called Bargains in the Real World. Of this story collection, poet Mary Oliver wrote, "Those who know Elizabeth Cox as a person and as a writer know that she is continually courageous and melodious and has never yet softened the difficult facts of the world. Her stories are treasures, full of truth, possibility, and beauty."
Two of her stories have been featured on NPR; “The Third of July” was an O’Henry Prize winner.
Cox has also received the North Carolina Fiction Award - Individual Artist Grant, a Massachusetts Arts Council Grant, and Fellowships from Yaddo and MacDowell writers’ colonies.
She was the 2003 Jack Kerouac Writer-in-Residence at the University of Massachusetts Lowell and has also taught at Duke University, University of Michigan, Tufts University, Boston University, the Bennington Low Residency Program, and MIT. She recently retired from the John Cobb Chair of Humanities at South Carolina's Wofford College, a chair she shared with her husband C. Michael Curtis.
Tiferet Journal is pleased to also offer to you our multiple award-winning The Tiferet Talk Interviews book. This book includes 12 exceptional interviews. It can be purchased in both print and Kindle formats at this link on Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/bu8m2zs
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! when Scott interviews two authors.
Nivine Richie is a wife, mother, and university professor. She has had the privilege of leading many ladies’ Bible studies or co-leading small groups with her husband, Pat, over the years. She is involved in women’s ministry in her local church and in the Christian faculty organization on campus. Her first book, Enduring Faith: An 8-week Devotional Study of the Book of Hebrews is published by Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas and is available on Amazon.
Rebecca Waters draws on her role as a wife, mother, and grandmother as well as her vast experience as an educator and researcher for her writing. She and her husband, Tom, have been married for over forty years and have three grown daughters. Her daughters are all married and mothers themselves to five precious little ones. Rebecca taught in the public school system for nineteen years, kindergarten through grade two. After receiving her doctorate from the University of Cincinnati, Rebecca taught college students seeking to be teachers at Cincinnati Christian University for the next fourteen years.
Rebecca’s first novel, Breathing on Her Own, was released on March 24, 2014 by Lighthouse of the Carolinas. It is available on Amazon.com in both print and Kindle versions and is also available through Barnes & Noble.
The best course of action conscious consumers can take to fight GMO's is to grow their own food. Thanks to popular urban aquaponics models, organic food can be grown sustainably and in areas where space and water are limited. Regardless of where you live or what method you choose to grow food, it all begins the same way…with a seed! In The Complete Guide to Saving Seeds by Robert Gough and Cheryl Moore-Gough, you will find the largest and most comprehensive resource available about seed saving. The book contains a myriad of priceless information that the educated and conscious gardener should know including: the botanical nomenclature, isolation requirements, seed collection process, germination information, information about invasives, which plants you cannot harvest seeds from, overwintering instructions, how to transplant and so much more! Cheryl Moore-Gough holds an M.S. in Plant Sciences from Montana State University, where she is now an adjunct assistant professor in horticulture. Cheryl has taught and coordinated the Montana Master Gardener program and has published numerous works alone and with her husband, Dr. Robert Gough, including five gardening books. She has written for Montana Magazine, Fine Gardening, American Nurseryman, and Zone 4 Magazine, and she hosts “Northern Gardening Tips,” which is broadcast by radio stations throughout Montana, Wyoming, and South Dakota on the Northern News Network. She has been gardening and saving seeds in Montana for 30 years. Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer is joined by special guest, Cheryl Moore-Gough to discuss her new book, The Complete Guide to Saving Seeds and learn what you need to do to save your own seeds. Stay tuned!