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  • 01:21

    The Shiniest Little Rattlesnake Festival in Texas

    in Pets

    Join Danny & Andy as e recap the amazing Texas Rattlesnake Festival which took place in Round Rock Texas on Marh 8th & 9th.  Listen in to how history was made and how this event will shape the future of infamous Rattlesnake Roundups like Sweetwater and Freer which will likely become endangered species in their own right thanks to the Rattlesnake Festival and the amazing people behind this event.

    Before it's over, we'll go over some of the hatemail we've been recieving from Roundup Supporters and read them back in Dramatic Fashion, yo uwon't want to miss this!

    Once again, it's the world famous, award winning, History Making, UrbanJunglesRadio!



  • 00:07

    All of Iran's advanced enrichment centrifuges are moved to Fordo (Second Coming Watch Update #259)

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    All of Iran's advanced enrichment centrifuges are moved to Fordo. According to DEBKAfile, Iran's nuclear program's high-speed uranium enrichment plant has now been entirely sequestered in the fortified underground Fordo site. With the advanced IR-2 and IR-4 centrifuges, Iran's enrichment plants can turn out 20 percent enriched uranium at greater speed than ever before and so reach Iran's one-ton target in less than six months. Sources say that Tehran managed to install the last four clusters of centrifuges inside Fordo shortly before European Union foreign ministers approved toughened sanctions on Monday.

    Egyptian presidential adviser calls for changes to peace treaty with Israel. According to Israel National News, Egyptian presidential adviser Mohammed Ismat Seif Al-Dawla has called to urgently change the peace treaty signed in 1979 with Israel. Al-Dawla, an aide to President Mohammed Morsi, issued the call during a speech he delivered at a conference on "Camp David and its Impact on Egypt's National Security." The presidential adviser said that in its current form, the historic treaty maintains the national security of the "Zionist enemy" more than it helps Egypt's national security.

    Strong earthquake hits near Indonesia. According to the New Straits Times, an earthquake measuring 6.1 on the Richter Scale occurred in the Celebes Sea in Indonesia on yesterday. The Malaysian Meteorological Department reported that the epicentre of the quake was northwest of the Talaud Islands. The quake did not pose any threat of a tsunami.

    The Bible says in Matthew 24:36: "But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only."

    You can read these stories in more detail and get more prophecy-related news at SecondComingHerald.com

  • 03:06

    Coming Apocalypse

    in Current Events

    Pastor Paul Begley of Indiana will reveal where the Anti-Christ may arrive on the scene. Also an "Urgent Alert" has been issued to the West Coast of America as a cloud of Radiation has emanated from reactor # 3 at Fukushima Power Plant in Japan. Also Suicide bomber kills 16 in Russia Train Station. Also 18 year old Teen decapitated a man as a present for his Aunt for Christmas. Also Sec. of State John Kerry is headed back to Israel to work on the Middle East Peace Agreement. Also Israel warns against new Iranian centrifuges. Also Syria War a strike on a Christian village outside of Damascus kills 21 people. Also Syrian President Assad sends Pope Francis a private message. Also Cairo al-Azhar campus was torched and a student killed as the Muslim Brotherhood fight back against the Egyptian Government. These issues and much more with bible prophecy and the Powerful Word of God. Your host Pastor Paul Begley of Indiana.

  • 00:15

    News Alert: Obama Betrayed Israel And The World Will Pay!

    in Current Events

    According to the New York Post:

    Rep. Peter King, chairman of Homeland Security subcommittee on terrorism, called the bargain a “serious strategic mistake.”

    “The United States will ease sanctions on Iran making billions of dollars available to the Iranians while Iran does not have to dismantle any of their 19,000 centrifuges,” he said. “This agreement is a victory for Iran and a defeat for the United States and our allies in the Middle East, specifically Israel and Saudi Arabia.”

    That view was shared by Israel, America’s closest ally in the Middle East.

    “It’s not a historic agreement. It’s a historic mistake,” said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

    Did America through Barack Oama betray Israel?


    America...Let's Debate!


  • 00:07

    Israel strikes target in Syria; Egypt urged to cancel peace with Israel (Second Coming Watch Update

    in News

    1. According to The Associated Press, An Israeli military official says Israeli forces have hit a target inside Syria that was the source of mortar fire into the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. The official said that at least three shells landed near the Syrian frontier the previous evening, causing no injuries.

    2. According to The Jerusalem Post and Reuters, the Tamarod (“Rebellion”) movement in Egypt has joined a campaign calling to stop US aid to Egypt, and to cancel the 1979 Camp David peace treaty with Israel. The campaign is in response to what has been called “unacceptable” US interference in Egyptian political affairs, after US President Barack Obama decided to cancel a joint drill with the Egyptian military in response to the outbreak of violence in the country earlier this week.

    3. According to ITN and the Associated Press, a government news agency says the death toll in flooding in China‘s northeast and southeast has risen to 43 and that landslides have blocked a major train line.

    4. According to Reuters, Iran’s outgoing nuclear chief was quoted as saying by Iranian media that the country has installed 18,000 uranium-enrichment centrifuges.

    5. According to the Christian Post, Islamists burned down a Christian school, paraded three nuns on the streets like “prisoners of war,” and sexually abused two other female staff even as at least 58 attacks on Christians and their property were reported across Egypt over the last four days.

    You can read these stories in more detail and get more prophecy-related news at Second Coming Herald.com.

  • 00:08

    More Israeli attacks on Syria could come (Second Coming Watch #366)

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    1. According to The Times of Israel, an alleged Israeli airstrike on a weapons warehouse in Syria failed to destroy some of the Russian-made cruise missiles that were its target. American officials told the New York Times that while the Israeli strike destroyed the warehouse in which the weapons were stored, some of the missiles were seen moved from the site after the strike. The report also said that further Israeli attacks against targets in Syria are likely.

    2. According to the Jerusalem Post, the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations may have only just begun, but US Gen. John Allen is already on the ground working on security arrangements that might be part of a future agreement. A senior US official said, "The security arrangements are critical for any agreement, and therefore Gen. Allen is working on them."

    3. According to The New York Times, the United Nations' food agency said this week that it might not be able to meet its goal of aiding three million Syrians in July. The agency, the World Food Program, had reached only 2.4 million people as fighting intensified in areas near Damascus and Homs.

    4. According to The International Business Times, Iran's outgoing president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has said 5,000 new centrifuges are ready to start operating at the country's nuclear facilities. These are in addition to the 12,000 centrifuges already in operation.

    5. According to Ynet News, a video released by Syrian opposition forces which allegedly documents the tracking and interception of an army helicopter shows that rebels have managed to get their hands on Russian-made SA-8, or OSA, air defense systems, and now pose a direct threat on the Israeli, Lebanese and Syrian airspaces.

  • 00:11

    Violent thunderstorms cause chaos across southern Europe (Second Coming Watch Update #312)

    in News

    1. According to Euro News, violent thunderstorms and torrential rains have caused chaos across southern Europe. In Italy, much of the Sicilian city of Ca-ta-nia was turned into a raging river with strong waters carrying away vehicles. The situation was worse in Greece where one woman died and dozens of commuters were trapped in their cars after a torrential downpour swamped the capital city of Athens. 

    2. According to Reuters, Iran has begun installing advanced centrifuges at its main uranium enrichment plant, a defiant step that worries Western powers ahead of a resumption of talks with Tehran this week.

    3. According to The Christian Post, Sa-eed A-be-di-ni, the American pastor serving an 8-year prison sentence in Iran, is being pressured by his captors into converting back to Islam, but he says that that will never happen.

    4. According to The Los Angeles Times, much of the western United States continues to struggle with unusually dry conditions, raising the prospect of another year of wildfires, stunted crops and un-navigable stretches of river in various parts of the country. 

    5. According to The Telegraph of Great Britain, the Eurozone is expected to stay in a recession for another year. The European Commission painted a gloomy picture of the eurozone's troubled economy, saying that unemployment is "unacceptably high" and that hiring is expected "to shrink further for some quarters". 

    Jesus Christ said in Mark 13:35-37: "Watch ye therefore: for ye know not when the master of the house cometh, at even, or at midnight, or at the cockcrowing, or in the morning: Lest coming suddenly he find you sleeping. And what I say unto you I say unto all, Watch."

    You can read these stories in more detail and get more prophecy-related news at SecondComingHerald.com

  • 00:07

    UN says Southern Africa food shortages worsen (Second Coming Watch Update #263)

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    UN says Southern Africa food shortages worsen. According to the Associated Press, the United Nations deputy humanitarian chief says food shortages are "a chronic problem" in southern Africa and more than 5.5 million people in eight countries need aid this year, a 40 percent increase compared to 2011. Catherine Bragg, winding up a five-day southern Africa trip, said worsening food shortages are the result of drought or floods and rising world food prices. Food shortages are particularly acute in Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Malawi and Swaziland.

    Iran says Israel can expect more drone incursions. According to the Jerusalem Post, Mohammed Naqdi the head of Iran's Basij militia said that Israel can expect more drone infiltrations into its airspace in the future. The IAF shot down a small unmanned aerial vehicle as it flew over southern Israel earlier this month, in one of the most flagrant violations of the nation's airspace in years. 

    France says Iran seems on track for nukes by mid-2013. According to the Associated Press, France's foreign minister says Iran appears on track to reach the ability to produce a nuclear weapon by the first half of next year. Laurent Fabius told Europe-1 radio that unspecified experts "have established in an absolutely indisputable way" that Iran has compiled a full array of centrifuges that "apparently will allow the ability to go toward possession of the nuclear weapon by the first half of next year, the end of the first half."

    The Bible says in 1 Thessalonians 5:23: "And the very God of peace sanctify you wholly; and I pray God your whole spirit and soul and body be preserved blameless unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ."

    You can read these stories in more detail and get more prophecy-related news at SecondComingHerald.com

  • 00:08

    Boko Haram rejects peace talks and says it will carry out more attacks (Second Coming Watch Update #

    in News

    Boko Haram rejects peace talks and says it will carry out more attacks. According to The Daily Times, Nigerian religious sect Boko Haram ruled out holding peace talks with the government and threatened to strike media houses that it said are fighting the group "with the pen." The group's leader stated, "We are telling the government to understand that if it is not ready to embrace sharia (Islamic law) and the Koran, there shall be no peace."

    The Balkans region is hit by extreme drought and wildfires. According to The Associated Press, wildfires are destroying forests, rivers are being reduced to a trickle, crops are wilting on the scorched farmland and electricity supplies are running low. After the harshest winter in decades, the Balkans region in the southeast of Europe is now facing its hottest summer and the worst drought across the area in nearly 40 years. The record-setting average temperatures have ravaged crops, vegetables, fruit, and power production in a region that already is badly hit by the global economic crisis.

    Netanyahu points to 'more proof' that Iran is making progress toward nuclear weapons. According to The Times of Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the world has received yet more proof that Iran is “continuing to make accelerated progress toward achieving nuclear weapons." He spoke in response to a New York Times report warning that nuclear inspectors would soon report that Iran has installed “hundreds of new centrifuges in recent months” and may be ramping up nuclear fuel production. He said that Iran was making progress on its nuclear program “while totally ignoring international demands.”

  • 00:32

    Ashford Publishing Radio Presents Rich Miles

    in Social Networking

    A licensed contractor, Rich is currently working in commercial electrical contracting.  He also provides electrical services for the bio-tech industry specializing in equipment circuits, cold rooms, freezers, centrifuges, mass spec, fume hoods, vacuum pumps and emergency generators.

  • 00:08

    Iran Trumpets its Nuclear Advances and Deepens Standoff with the West (Second Coming Watch Update #1

    in News

    Iran trumpets its nuclear advances and deepens standoff with the West. According to Reuters, Iran proclaimed advances in nuclear know-how on Wednesday, including new centrifuges able to enrich uranium much faster, a move that may hasten a drift towards confrontation with the West over suspicions it is seeking the means to make atomic bombs. Tehran's resolve to pursue a nuclear program showed no sign of wavering despite Western sanctions inflicting increasing damage on its oil-based economy.

    Russia Would Use Nuclear Weapons to Stave Off Threats. According to Russian news agency RIA Novosti, Russian Gen. Nikolai Makarov said Russia would use nuclear weapons in response to any imminent threat to its national security. In a radio interview, he said, "We are certainly not planning to fight against the whole of NATO, but if there is a threat to the integrity of the Russian Federation, we have the right to use nuclear weapons, and we will."

    Thailand says Arrested Iranians Were Indeed Planning to Attack Israeli Diplomats. According to The Associated Press, Thailand's top policeman said three Iranians detained after accidentally setting off explosives in Bangkok were planning to attack Israeli diplomats. The allegation came after days of strong accusations by Israel that Iran was behind the botched plot as well as two others in India and the former Soviet republic of Georgia this week. Iran has denied the charges. Citing the similarity of bombs used in New Delhi and Tblisi, national police chief Gen. Prewpan Dhamapong said that Thai authorities now "know for certain that (the target) was Israeli diplomats."


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