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  • 00:31

    Tap into Guidance & Support of Higher Realms - Resolve Issues

    in Business

    Imagine a life filled with happiness and purpose, where you are connected with the divine and perfect aspect of yourself, protected and guided by a loving angelic presence. Deep inside, you feel creative, passionate, and joyful — and all of that is reflected into every moment of your daily life.

                In Seven Cups of Consciousness: Change Your Life by Connecting to the Higher Realms (New World Library, September 15, 2015), trailblazing spiritual teacher and author Aleya Dao shares how this kind of life becomes possible when you learn to consciously connect with the resources in the higher realms.

                Her book outlines a step-by-step process built around the “Cups of Consciousness” that are designed to give readers access to other dimensions. The seven cups she offers are simple concepts, such as “You Live in an Multidimensional Reality,” “You Are Never Alone,” and “Your Challenges Can Help You Grow.” Energetic practices and audio meditations help readers release limiting patterns and gain access to a higher consciousness.

    “Aleya Dao cuts to the core of soul work, with simplicity and complexity; simplicity in how she delivers... complexity in how we choose to let go of what we have known. Seven Cups of Consciousness is highly recommended for deepening consciousness and connection into greater Divinity and Wholeness.”

    — Simran Singh - Author & Publisher 11:11 Magazine/Radio

    “Drink copiously from this cup of clarity, wisdom, and joyful energetic alignment that Aleya Dao offers to all who are thirsting to live from the Higher Self.”

    — Michael Bernard Beckwith, author of Life Visioning

  • 00:32

    Dr. Jonathan Gottschall on why men fight and why we like to watch

    in Psychology

    Welcome to Amy Alkon's HumanLab: The Science Between Us, a weekly show with the luminaries of behavioral science. 

    On this show, Dr. Jonathan Gottschall talks about his foray from bummed out adjunct English professor to the Mixed Marshall Arts world and his big cage fight -- along with the psychology driving violence and the fight rituals that actually contain it. His fascinating book we'll be discussing on the show: The Professor in the Cage: Why Men Fight and Why We Like to Watch. 

    Join me and all my fascinating guests every Sun from 7-7:30 pm PT and 10-10:30 pm ET, here at blogtalkradio.com/amyalkon or subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher.

    Please support the show by buying my science-based and funny book on how we call all behave less counterproductively, "Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck." It's only about $11 at Amazon, brand new. And along with positive reviews in the WSJ and other publications, Library Journal gave the book a starred review: "Verdict: Solid psychology and a wealth of helpful knowledge and rapier wit fill these pages. Highly recommended." 

  • 00:42

    November 22th 1963

    in Politics

    Crowds of excited people lined the streets and waved to the Kennedys. The car turned off Main Street at Dealey Plaza around 12:30 p.m. As it was passing the Texas School Book Depository, gunfire suddenly reverberated in the plaza.
    Bullets struck the president's neck and head and he slumped over toward Mrs. Kennedy. The governor was also hit in the chest.The car sped off to Parkland Memorial Hospital just a few minutes away. But little could be done for the President. A Catholic priest was summoned to administer the last rites, and at 1:00 p.m. John F. Kennedy was pronounced dead JFK Library

    Veteran Journalist Jerry Pippin reviews the events of the that day and the Warrent Report on the assassination of President Kennedy.

  • 00:30

    Agriculture Resources

    in Internet

    This program will be featuring my Subject Tracer™ and white paper Agriculture Resources. We will be highlighting the latest and greatest agriculture resources and sources covering search engines, subject directories, articles, guides and tracers....everything AGRICULTURE on the Internet!!!! We will also discussing my latest freely available Awareness Watch Newsletter V13N10 November 2015 featuring Healthcare Online Resources 2016 and my freely available November 2015 Zillman Column highlighting a special report Mom's and Parenting Resources  You may call in to ask your questions at (718)508-9839. The show is live and thirty minutes in length starting at 2:00pm EST on Saturday, November 21, 2015 and then archived for easy review and access. Listen, Call and Enjoy!!

  • 01:00

    The Prequel, Public Schools in the US Virgin Islands

    in Culture

    The United States Virgin Islands Dept. of Education (DOE) is an executive branch of the Govt. of the US Virgin Islands mandated under Titles 3 and 17 of the Virgin Islands Code. It is the largest governmental entity in the Virgin Islands and it functions as both a Local Education Agency (LEA) and a State-level Education Agency (SEA). The DOE is headed by a Commissioner at the SEA level and a District Superintendent at the 2 LEAs.

    The DOE’s role as stipulated by Title 3, Chapter 7, Section 96, VI Code, encompasses the authority to exercise general control over the enforcement of laws relating to free public education in the Virgin Islands. Its responsibilities include the development, implementation, & monitoring of instructional programs for all K-12 students & adult learners, & provision of support services such as child nutrition, pupil transportation, library services, & the maintenance of educational facilities & offices under its purview. Services are provided at 33 buildings supporting 40 activity centers.

    In Fiscal year 2010, the DOE endeavored to address the needs of the 15,493 students enrolled in the system. 1,176 students territory wide were identified as students with disabilities and 519 as English Language Learners. Of the 1,056 students who were enrolled in 12th grade, 912 earned high school diplomas and an additional 16 graduated with certificates of completion.

    (St. Croix) 21-33 Hospital Street, Christiansted, St. Croix, 00820
    Phone: 340-773-1095 Fax: 340-778-8895 Email: ideas@doe.vi

    (St. Thomas) 1834 Kongens Gade, St. Thomas, VI 00802
    Phone: 340-774-0100 Fax: 340-779-7153 Email: ideas@doe.vi

  • 02:00

    #JusticeOrElse continues: BOYCOTT!!!!!!!

    in Current Events

    Join us Thursday night at 8pm EST as we discuss the Boycott of the major corporations. #JusticeOrElse lives on! Our featured guest will be Brother Chris Johnson; founder of Liberty Hall Press and a business coach. He is also a 2004 graduate of Sage College of Albany in Albany, NY. His mission, vision and purpose in life is to empower the human family to be self reliant and self sufficient. His most immediate and long term commitment is for the economic liberation of African people.

    Call in # is 1-424-258-9279 to comment, question or just Listen in.

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  • 01:07

    Author Chuck Greaves on books, wine and the Mob LIVE on Authors on the Air

    in Books

    Pam Stack, host of Authors on the Air, is pleased to welcome back to the studio, Chuck Greaves.  Based on a trove of newly discovered documents, Tom & Lucky (and George & Cokey Flo) tells the true story of a singular trial in American history: an epic clash between a crime-busting district attorney and an all-powerful mob boss who, in the crucible of a Manhattan courtroom, battle for the heart and soul of a dispirited nation. Blending elements of political thriller, courtroom drama, and hard-boiled pulp, author C. Joseph Greaves introduces readers to the likes of Al Capone, Dutch Schultz, Meyer Lansky, and Bugsy Siegel while taking readers behind the scenes of a corrupt criminal justice system in which sinners may be saints and heroes may prove to be the biggest villains of all. Chuck Greaves spent 25 years as an L.A. trial lawyer before turning his attention to fiction. His debut novel HUSH MONEY (Minotaur), a legal mystery, won the SouthWest Writers' International Writing Contest, received starred reviews from both Publishers Weekly and Library Journal, and was a Critics' Pick from Kirkus Reviews. HUSH MONEY has been named a finalist for numerous national awards and honors, including the Rocky Award (Left-Coast Crime), the Reviewers' Choice Award (RT Book Reviews), the Shamus Award (P.I. Writers of America) and the Audie Award for Best Mystery audiobook of 2012 (Audio Publishers Association.)

    This is a copyrighted podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC.

  • 02:00

    Post Paris: Just more of the same

    in Politics Conservative

    Obama won't budge. He insists we need to import hundreds of thousands of Musilm Syrian refugees for the diversity they'll bring. Obama says their inclusion in American cities will make us stronger. 

    An increasing number of both Republican and Democrat governors have said no to Syrian resettlment in their states. Does Obama move forward anyway, and force the potential Jihad threat on unwilling communities? 

    Meanwhile, it's apparently still official policy in the UK that Islamic Jihad should not be linked to Islam. 

    Ten years ago this month, Belgium authorities undertook a series of raids as they investigated a Belgium-born woman's suicide bomb attack on US troops in Iraq. Now, ten years later, Belgian authorities are conducting raids seeking those complicit with the attacks in Paris. 

    Ten years ago, Belgian Jihadists chose targets in Iraq. Now its Paris. 

    Sound like progress to you?

    Other topics as they arise.  We may even talk early Christmas shopping. We're seeing ads touting "black rifles" for under $600. Ammo also makes a great stocking stuffer.

    Friday's program starts promptly at nooon eastern.

    Note: This week's cover photo, preserved at the Library of Congress, shows "refugees" in Turkey in 1919. Photograph shows Armenian and possibly Turkish women with children, picking up wool to take home and weave into clothing for orphans. The women with their faces covered may be Armenian converts to Islam. There's stark contrast to the images of today's "refugees" now filling modern media.

  • 01:07

    Deepertruth: The Eucharistic Miracle of Augsburg Germany 1194-1199

    in Religion

    The Eucharistic miracle of Augsburg, is known locally as Wunderbarlichen Gutes –“The Miraculous Good”. It is described in numerous books and historical documents that can be consulted in the civic state library of Augsburg. A stolen Host was transformed into bleeding Flesh. In the course of the centuries, several analyses were completed of the Holy Particle that have always confirmed that human Flesh and Blood are present. Today the Convent of the Heileg Kreuz (Holy Cross) is taken care of by the Dominican Fathers.

    1194, a woman from Augsburg who was particularly devoted to the Most Holy Sacrament, received Holy communion. After communion, without being noticed, she put the Host in a handkerchief, took the Blessed Sacrament home and placed the Eucharistic Species in a container of wax inside a cupboard. In those days it was very difficult to find tabernacles in the church so as to be able to practice Eucharistic Worship. Only in 1264, with the introduction of the Feast of Corpus Domini (Corpus Christi) did such devotion become commonplace.

    Five years passed and on the 11th of May 1199, the woman, tormented by remorse, confessed to the superior of the convent of the Heilig Kreuz, Father Berthold, who had her bring the Host back. The priest opened up the wax covering that enclosed the Host and saw that the Holy Eucharist had been transformed into bleeding Flesh. The Host appeared “divided into two Parts connected together by the thin threads of the bleeding Flesh.” Father Berthold went immediately to the bishop of the city of Udalskalk who ordered that the Miraculous Host be “transferred, accompanied by the clergy and by the people into the cathedral and exhibited in an ostensorium of crystal for public worship.”

  • 00:40

    Should True Christians Celebrate Thanksgiving? November's Study, Tell A Friend!

    in Christianity

    Should Real Christians Celebrate Thanksgiving,  Will you be a stumbling Block...Let's Take It To The Word...

    You Can Now Check Out my Book, HE LIVES, A Living Testimony,  In 36 Locations In the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System, Atlanta Ga. If your community Library doesn't have it ask that they add it to their catalog of books. Thanks!

    I will read an excerpt from my book, HE LIVES A Living Testimony, and the study of the week, Should True Christians Celebrate Thanksgiving, Will You Be A Stumbling Block?  Let's Take It To The Word..

     Fill free to select/copy/and print any of the articles for discussion, from my website – http://www.jesusandweTalk.org. Also Music, other Biblical Topics, Inspirational quotes and more...

    Leave your salvation up to No Man; all should study to show themselves approved, 2Timothy 2:15 KJV. Follow me and be inspired and I hope I will shine some light on your world as was shown into mine.


    “If the discussion gets a bit too much for you, just put it on the shelf”

    I am not a Jehovah Witness, but I do witness for Jehovah!


  • 01:10

    Genealogy Institutes: GRIP, SLIG and IGHR

    in History

    The directors of IGHR (Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research), SLIG (Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy), and GRIP (Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh) join Jane in a round-table discussion of the genealogy institutes. Hear Peg Ivanyo from SLIG, Lori Northrup from IGHR and Elissa Scalise Powell from GRIP talk about what institutes are, what makes them different from genealogy conferences and other learning experiences, and what direction they think institutes are headed. Plus lots more!

    SLIG: http://www.infouga.org/aem.php?eid=16

    GRIP: http://www.gripitt.org/

    IGHR: http://ighr.samford.edu

    Photos: Co-Directors of GRIP, Elissa Scalise Powell, CG, CGL, and Deborah Lichtner Deal

    Jane Wilcox, with Elissa Scalise Powell, getting ready to give her "Finding American Women's Voices through the Centuries" talk at GRIP in June 2015

    Director of IGHR, Lori Northrup

    Director of SLIG, Peg Ivanyo

    SLIG Advanced Methods course participants