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Demonologist Dr. Jerry Williams will cover King Solomon and the Legend of lesser key of Solomon known as the Ars Goeita and 72 order of the Demonic. Dr. Jerry explains the myth and legend behind King Solomon and how he had control of the order of Demons to build his Temple.
Exorcisms- Demon infestation: Dr. Jerry will cover what happens in a Demonic Infestation and the different types of Exorcisms that the public is unaware of as people only know the Catholic Exorcism-Ritual Rite....
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ARS Radio proudly welcomes Scream Paranormal Research to the show Friday night October 22nd 8pm central 9 eastern LIVE from the Haunted Prison event in Mount Holly, NJ. Tune in to hear first hand accounts of spirit activity from the Scream Paranormal team members and much, much more. Our call lines will be open for questions by dialing # 347-826-7311
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
St. John Vianney – the Cure’ of Ars was a French priest and the patron saint of parish priests. He was renowned as a confessor and for his supernatural powers.
We welcome Psychic medium Gemini Rose to the show. Gemini Rose has been been giving psychic readings for eight years. Gemini Rose became aware of her gifts as a child. Then, nearly a decade ago, she decided to delve into exploring them further from a spiritual and self-growth perspective. Tonight we will be discussing her gift in • Dream analysis - Interpreting the significance and meanings of dreams and their symbols. Call Inn's welcome, 347-826-7311
please check out her website to learn more about her amazing gift! http://www.readingsbygeminirose.com/AboutGeminiRose.html
JESSICA CHEN, Artistic Director of J CHEN PROJECT, is an inspirational speaker, international teacher and a social entrepreneur. She has taught master classes, workshops and seminars across the globe including Semester at Sea, Yale University, Boston University, Mt. Holyoke, University of California Santa Barbara and Orange County School of the Arts. Her work has been featured world wide including the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai and the Amnesty International Arts Festival in Washington D.C.
Chen’s choreography has been presented at New York Live Arts Studio Series, Brooklyn Museum of Art, HERE Arts Center, Ars Nova and has received support from organizations including Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Fund for Creative Communities, New York University Asian Pacific American Institute and Asian American Arts Alliance.
Recent educational projects include the launch of her summer dance intensive the Mentorship Program in NYC for aspiring dancers. Commissioned by Dixon Place over the past two years, she curated “TRANSLATE (the voices of dance)” a festival for emerging choreographers.
A brief introduction to PowerCom ARS - We provide Audience Response Systems to a public/private speakers, teachers, Entrepreneurs to help to enhance interactive communication and data collection and real time feedback for all kinds of events like seminars, conferences, field surveys etc. From the boardroom to the classroom and beyond, We will talk about Audiemce response diverse systems for every type of audience response user worldwide!
Things took a violent turn in last week's The Walking Dead. And violent in a different kind of way than we've seen before. Rick snapped, and as a result, the citizens of Alexandria aren't feeling warm and fuzzy towards Rick's group any longer. The Season 5 finale, "Conquer," will see trouble brewing inside the gates. That trouble is just as likely to come from internal threats as external ones.
Daryl faces his challenges of his own while on the run. Flip through the below photo gallery to get a peek at what's ahead.
Write on the Edge is a blog talk radio show that features GLBTQ, BDSM, and Erotica authors, characters, and issues. An edgier, more adult, and taboo radio show, WOE is intended for an adult audience because of its saucy conversations and riskier subjects.
This week's guests are Denny Upkins and Patricia Eddy!
Dennis R. Upkins is a speculative fiction author and an Atlanta, Ga. native. A lifelong geek and a hopeless comic book guy, his genres of choice are often superhero fantasy, urban fantasy and YA. Both his books, Hollowstone and West of Sunset, were released by Parker Publishing. Upkins served as a contributor for Ars Marginal, Black Girl Dangerous, Prism Comics, Geeks Out, Nerds of Color. Org, Nashville Geek Life, and Comicbook.com.
Patricia D. Eddy fuels her writing with copious amounts of caffeine-she lives in Seattle, after all-and rewards herself with good Scotch and red wine. In between writing, editing, and mentoring other authors, she runs around lakes, reads late into the night, and is terribly addicted to Doctor Who and Sherlock. Her quirky-but-not-British husband never gives her grief for working long hours or occasionally talking to herself when she has disagreements with her characters.
Join author Wt Prater as he hosts this edgy, woefully delicious talk held in the whispers of the night each Thursday at 10pm central. OH, THE WOE!
Write On the Edge is produced by WON Radio as part of Writers Online Network (WON). More information about WON is available at www.writersonlinenetwork.com They can also be found on Facebook and Twitter @won_radio and @writersonnet
Michael Sapienza's first love was music. He received his Master of Music degree from Rice University and Bachelor of Music degree from Northwestern University and was a member of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago. Michael was awarded a position with the New World Symphony Orchestra. He served on faculty at the North Carolina Governor's School as instructor of trumpet and wind ensemble. He has performed with the Millar Brass Ensemble, Ars Viva Symphony Orchestra, Northwest Indiana Symphony, and Rockford Symphony. But, then something happened that change the trajectory of his life. "I remember the day when my mom called me and told me that she had been diagnosed with colon cancer. It was actually October 4, 2006. I was living in Miami Beach, Florida. I was playing in an orchestra. I moved back home about two months before she passed and we actually decided as a family to participate in scope it out 5k run/walk in her memory and our journey to form Chris4Life had begun." Now, I dedicate my entire time to fighting this most preventable disease and helping those who have been stricken with it in some way.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder occurs when a person is exposed to one or more traumatic events, such as sexual assault, warfare, serious injury, or threats of imminent death. The diagnosis may be given when a group of symptoms, such as disturbing recurring flashbacks, avoidance or numbing of memories of the event, and hyperarousal, continue for more than a month after the occurrence of a traumatic event. Most people having experienced a traumatizing event will not develop PTSD. People who experience assault-based trauma are more likely to develop PTSD, as opposed to people who experience non-assault based trauma such as witnessing trauma, accidents, and fire events. Children are less likely to experience PTSD after trauma than adults, especially if they are under ten years of age. War veterans are commonly at risk for PTSD. Tonite, we will discuss the issue from a veterans view point. We will be joined by the CEO of the ARS BELLUM FOUNDATION. Bridget Cronin. She will discuss how the foundation is helping many veterans and their families.
This show is sponsored by studentsforabetterfuture.comhttp://www.studentsforabetterfuture.com
hosts Doreen Finkle and Reuben Torres
Multi-talented performer Sam Harris joins host Robin Milling for a backstage chat about his one-man musical, 'Ham: A Musical Memoir,' now playing at Theater 511 at Ars Nova in New York City. Directed by Billy Porter, featuring pianist Todd Schroeder, the show is based on his autobiography, 'Ham: Slices of A Life.'
On stage Sam expertly tells stories, speaking about his life's journey from boyhood to the present; whether in song or candid monologues. He tells Robin he's embraced the term, 'ham,' recalling his earliest performance at three singing The Star Spangled Banner at a football game in Sand Springs, Oklahoma. Sam says performing is everything to him. 'It was my coping mechanism being a little bit of a different kind of kid growing up in rural, Baptist South; the buckle of the bible belt! For a burgeoning gay showbusiness kid it was a little freaky especially being born in the early 60s.'
And for those not born in the 60s, Star Search was the American Idol of it's day, where Sam won the 1983 grand champion singer with his rousing rendition of 'Over The Rainbow.' He tells Robin he accepts the legacy, along with his other accomplishments as an actor, a writer, and a recording aritst.
Sam talks about the cathartic experience he feels exorcising his demons on stage, although some things were left in the book such as his alcoholism; celebrating 11 years sober. Even though the show is personal to his life experience, he tells Robin it's universal. 'I don't think there's anybody who doesn't feel outside. I don't think there's anybody who doesn't need to be told 'you're enough.''
For more about Sam visit http://www.samharris.com/