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  • 01:31

    Anita Meyer: Beyond the Bible Code

    in News

    About Beyond the Bible Code


    Both the designed patterns of the Hebrew letters and The Torah Codes describe a real phenomenon by illustrating intelligent and divine design. There is statistical evidence that the scriptures are of a divinely inspired, and supernatural, origin with a God's-eye-view of history, imbibed with the past, present and future. Moreover, including the schematics of a higher science, a wormhole could well be a porthole leading us directly to commune with God.


    Author Anita Meyer was born on June 29th 1967 in Augsburg Bavaria Germany on an American Army base. She graduated from Maine East High School in Park Ridge Illinois. Has a degree in Criminology. Off the beaten path, Anita is a religious procurement specialist who thoroughly engages in finding strong evidences for God's existence. She currently resides in Kenosha Wisconsin, is married and has two children.

    Author Anita Meyer has written these books to bridge the gap between both science and religion and to share God's truth with the world.
     

  • 02:09

    Someone is watching us

    in Indie Music

    We all know that America's "Great Seal" features the number 13 repeatedly to represent the 13 original colonies. But what most people don't know is that the number 13 actually played a very significant role in Ancient Egypt. Why is that important? Well, it's not hard to see America is highly influenced by ancient Egyptian culture... just look at our nation's capital. There's something that our history books are just not telling us, but is very well known among certain people apparently.


     


    Not to mention the fact that the Illuminati was founded May 1, 1776 in Bavaria (a state located in the southeast of Germany) and the United States' Continental Congress voted for Independence from Britain (giving birth to Democracy) on July 4, 1776. Not only is it odd the years match, it's odd that someone decided to lie to Americans and change the true date on the final edition of the Declaration of Independence that got approved. It wasn't the fourth of July  but the second of July that this happened. (July 8th was the first time the Declaration of Independence was read publicly and finally in August of that year it was signed, reference the letter John Adams wrote for further proof). Thenumber four must have held some important significance in the mind of whoever made that change. Also, research the theory that America was meant to be a new "utopia" similar to Atlantis by introducing Democracy. Apparently some people believe the East Coast of America (13 original colonies) is suppose to have even been the West Coast of Atlantis.

  • 01:01

    Meilin Ehlke Channels Music & Messages - Live Call In Event

    in Self Help

    Meilin Ehlke, world-renowned artist and healer, guides visionaries and thought leaders from around the the world through her canneled message, music and art.  From Bavaria, Germany, Meilin shows how globally people are shifting their thought consciousness to a wholeness of connection around the world


    Join us for this special LIVE call in event and be prepared with the wonderful wisdom and channeled gifts we will all benefit from.


    www.meilinehlke.com


    She is featured weekly on News For The Soul - visit www.newsforthesoul.com/shows/sacred-sounds-surprises


     

  • 01:47

    "Hitler's Table Talk" Study Hour: Episode 39

    in Education

    Carolyn Yeager and Ray Goodwin read and comment on the May 20-June 4, 1942 lunch and dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by aide Henry Picker. Included in this episode:



    Hitler explains how he raised the standard of living for showgirls and dancers;
    He describes in detail his assumption of power, including  his negotiations with Von Papen, Generals Schleicher and Hammerstein, and the "Old Gentleman" Hindenburg;
    How his relationship with Hindenburg became very warm and close;
    Treatment of spies and war-time criminals must be the most severe -- compares them to the idealist at the Front;
    Approves of a movie film about Lola Montez and Ludwig ! of Bavaria;
    Artists should be recognized in their lifetimes -- Mozart, Bruckner and Haydn -- Vienna compared to Munich as art capitals;
    Hitler advises to follow nature in designing aircraft and ships -- the importance and difficulty of invention;
    Murder in Prague -- Hitler reacts angrily to the assassination of the"irreplaceable" Reinhard Heydrich and orders that all must obey regulations intended to ensure their safety.

  • 00:29

    St. Emma of Austria

    in Religion

    Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org


    St. Emma of Austria - Hemma, also called Emma of Gurk, was born Countess of Zeltschach to a noble family called Peilenstein in present-day Pilštanj, Slovenia. They were related to the Liutpoldings of Bavaria and thus to Emperor Henry II. She was brought up at the Imperial court in Bamberg by the Empress Saint Cunigunde. She married Count Wilhelm of Friesach and of the Sanngau, by whom she had two sons, Hartwig and Wilhelm. Both of her sons and her husband were murdered, the latest of them probably in 1036. Hemma became wealthy through inheritance upon the death of her husband and sons.


    Countess Hemma used her great wealth for the benefit of the poor and was already venerated as a saint during her lifetime. In addition, she founded ten churches throughout present-day Carinthia, Austria. In 1043 she founded the Benedictine double monastery of Gurk Abbey, where she withdrew during the last years of her life.


    After her death, Gurk Abbey was dissolved by the Archbishop of Salzburg, Gebhard, who instead used the funds to set up the Diocese of Gurk-Klagenfurt in 1072. Admont Abbey, another Benedictine foundation in Austria, was founded in 1074 by the same Gebhard, and also owes its existence to Hemma's wealth.


    Since 1174 Hemma has been buried in the crypt of Gurk Cathedral, of which she is accounted the founder. She was beatified on 21 November 1287 and canonised on 5 January 1938 by Pope Pius XI. Her feast day is 27 June.[2]


    Hemma is the patron saint of the Diocese of Gurk-Klagenfurt as well as of the Austrian state of Carinthia, and her intercession is sought for childbirth and diseases of the eye.

  • 00:38

    Threestyle Featuring: Magdalena Chovancova

    in Entrepreneur

    Threestyle Bio :


     Magdalena was born in Ostrava, Czech Republic.


    She began to play the piano at the age of 6. Later on she learned to play the saxophone and flute. Still in her teens, she won several national music competitions and began recording and touring together with other musicians and bands. After her studies in Prague, she moved to Germany where she founded the Threestyle band together with Robert Fertl (guitar, bass, and trumpet) and her twin sister Gabriela Chovancova (drums, vibraphone). Since that time they have been touring the world on regular basis.


    Robert Fertl was born in Bavaria-Germany. He began playing the guitar at the age of 6. Later on he learned to play the trumpet. While studying in Munich Robert made rapid progress, winning National Guitar Competition with his own compositions, as well as First Place in the National Jazz Competition in Berlin. Robert recorded his first vinyl LP with the age of 18 years, together with his longtime teacher and mentor Richard Klimeck.


    After his studies in Germany he moved to Los Angeles 1989 to study the jazz guitar at the Musicians Institute Hollywood Los Angeles USA. During that period he played with several Los Angeles local bands and musicians. 


    In 2000 Robert and Magdalena founded the Threestyle band. Today Threestyle is focusing on their own compositions in various styles including smooth jazz, Latino, soul, funk,in 2009 Robert and Magdalena founded their record label welovemusic records. and has released 5solo albums.


    https://www.facebook.com/ThreestyleJazz


    https://www.facebook.com/magdalenasax?ref=hl


     

  • 03:08

    From King of Pop to Mahatma by Margott Schuerings

    in Spirituality

    I am so delighted to tell everyone that Author Margott Schürings will be our guest on a place in your heart radio. You will be astounded by her insight, I promise you. Here is a part of her writing that floored me;have a look.

    From King of Pop to Mahatma ~
    So listen up, don’t make a fight. Your talk is cheap, you’re not a man, you’re throwin’ stones, to hide your hands. -

    "May the one who is without mistakes throw the first stone", Master Jesus said. When we deduct from the number of stones that are thrown day by day the number of the ones that are without mistakes than the world would be overcrowded by perfect people.


    About the Author
    Margott Schuerings, born in 1947, Ph.D., psychologist and psychotherapist. Mother of three Brazilian-German sons and one granddaughter, lives in Bavaria, Germany. Her lifelong interest is to touch people's soul and get in contact with their essence and spirit. In 1992 she discovered the real Michael Jackson in his poem "Dancing the Dream" in the booklet to the album "Dangerous". "Dancers come and go in the twinkling of an eye, but the dance lives on ... I keep on dancing and dancing and then, it is the eternal dance of creation. The creator and creation merge into one wholeness of joy. I keep on dancing and dancing ....... and dancing, until there is only ....... the dance." Since then she is researching on the work of Michael Jackson. She was the first worldwide to publish and reveal Michael Jackson's spiritual level and wisdom. Her second book is a treasure chest for everyone who is interested in the life and legacy of the rare Great beings in this world, who can only be recognized by a wider consciousness and greater awareness. 

  • 00:29

    St. Mathilda

    in Religion

    Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org


    St. Mathilda - St. Mathilda von Ringelheim was a noblewoman in early 10th century Germany. Raised and educated by her grandmother in the older woman’s monastery, her beauty and virtue caught the notice of Duke Otto I of Saxony, who thereafter arranged for her to marry his son Duke Henry “the Fowler” of Saxony. Upon the death of both his father and the heirless King Conrad I, Henry succeeded Otto and became king of East Francia, with Mathilda thus becoming his queen. They had five children, including St. Bruno the Great, Otto the Great, who became Holy Roman Emperor, and Duke Henry of Bavaria. It was these two latter siblings who took up much of Mathilda’s attention for the rest of her life, for they were always fighting wars against one another, with Henry usually being the instigator. She also spent much of her time depleting both sons’ treasuries, as she was always funding some charitable effort. Indeed, this is what accounted for her reputation as a saint. When she wasn’t feeding or clothing the poor, she was building huge monasteries, convents, and abbeys. She endowed the canonries of many cathedrals, churches, and such, and she helped advance the cause of education and the arts by providing financing for these endeavors, as well. Queen Mathilda was also someone dedicated to prayer, often spending much of her free time in this fashion. Indeed, when she was finally able to retire from public life, she laid aside her crown and entered Quedlinburg Abbey as a simple nun with no special privileges or considerations given to her.

  • 00:34

    Frankfurt: Rhine, Main and Apple Wine

    in Travel

    Join Travel Brigade in Frankfurt, Germany, to discover a city with amazing history but also has a modern skyline that is unique in Europe. From going to the top of Main Tower to overlook the river running through the city, to trying local food and drink at the Apple Wine Festival, to leaving a lock on the Iron Bridge that celebrates a couple’s love, we’ll take in all that this amazing city has to offer. Thanks to a large international airport that connects to the autobahn and regional trains, Frankfurt is also a great base for exploring the entire Frankfurt Rhine-Main Region, which includes everything from vineyards, wineries and spas in the Rheingau to the edge of Bavaria to tracing the trail of the Brothers Grimm on the Fairy Tale Route. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.

  • 00:34

    Frankfurt: Rhine, Main and Apple Wine

    in Travel

    Join Travel Brigade in Frankfurt, Germany, to discover a city with amazing history but also has a modern skyline that is unique in Europe. From going to the top of Main Tower to overlook the river running through the city, to trying local food and drink at the Apple Wine Festival, to leaving a lock on the Iron Bridge that celebrates a couple’s love, we’ll take in all that this amazing city has to offer. Thanks to a large international airport that connects to the autobahn and regional trains, Frankfurt is also a great base for exploring the entire Frankfurt Rhine-Main Region, which includes everything from vineyards, wineries and spas in the Rheingau to the edge of Bavaria to tracing the trail of the Brothers Grimm on the Fairy Tale Route. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.

  • 00:34

    Frankfurt: Rhine, Main and Apple Wine

    in Travel

    Join Travel Brigade in Frankfurt, Germany, to discover a city with amazing history but also has a modern skyline that is unique in Europe. From going to the top of Main Tower to overlook the river running through the city, to trying local food and drink at the Apple Wine Festival, to leaving a lock on the Iron Bridge that celebrates a couple’s love, we’ll take in all that this amazing city has to offer. Thanks to a large international airport that connects to the autobahn and regional trains, Frankfurt is also a great base for exploring the entire Frankfurt Rhine-Main Region, which includes everything from vineyards, wineries and spas in the Rheingau to the edge of Bavaria to tracing the trail of the Brothers Grimm on the Fairy Tale Route. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.