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"Broadcasting the voices of the land and the deceased, host Khi Armand weaves together history, ethnography, and spiritual experience to explore the unique promises and challenges of our time."
Tune in and connect with the stories, people, and landscapes that make us human with host Khi Armand on this unique interdisciplinary show featuring guests from a wide variety of fields and backgrounds sharing their expertise on topics of biography, history, and places that matter.
Culture worker and spiritworker Khi Armand channels marginalized voices from deep within the recesses of our world toward the resolution and reconciliation that we need now.
Join our Christmas party with dog trainer Colleen Demling, David Chapman with the Llama Sanctuary of British Columbia, and several surprise guests. We have holiday music and all kinds of fun planned. We will have updates from guests who appeared earlier in the year, and clips from a few of our favorite shows of 2014.
Phones will be open in between guests. Call in to wish everyone a merry Christmas, tell us what you have liked or disliked about the show, who your favorite guests have been...
The purpose of channel is to assist humanity in learning how to apply the teachings and wisdom of Dr. and Master Zhi Gang Sha. Many are searching for the deep love, forgiveness, compassion and light with which the Divine Channels offer their teaching and guidance. They will need the practical techniques but will return for their love, forgiveness, compassion, and light.
About Master Robyn Rice:
When I met Master Sha, I realized what I had been missing in my healing practices was the focus on the soul. Master Sha’s teachings have empowered me to help so many experience miraculous results in an amazingly short period of time.
Master Sha is the most amazing example of an unconditional universal servant for us all. Master Sha offers so much love, compassion and hope to humanity and all souls. It is such an honor to be able to share Master Sha’s profound wisdom and teachings with humanity at this time of great need. I have always had a very special connection with animals and love spending time with them. Even as a child i found animals to be fascinating to watch, observe and interact with. It is one of my deepest desire to care for animals.
Not only did Master Sha offer me the wisdom and techniques to help me empower others to heal themselves but he also offered me many special blessings so that I was able to offer Divine healing blessings to humanity and animals.
The longer I have studied with Dr and Master Zhi Gang Sha, the more wisdom and soul healing miracles I and my animals have experienced. I am forever grateful that Master Sha has not only saved my life but he has also saved May - my dog's life. He also prolonged my beautiful cat, Uma's life; she lived until 21.5 years of age and received many blessings along the way.
Born in Louisiana, Wes Ricks' music is a by-product of his Choctaw Indian roots, but oddly enough, his musical journey began in Vietnam. From 1966 to 1967 he was a "River Rat" for the U.S. Navy patrolling the waters -- "a sitting duck" in a small 2-man boat, often 24-hour days, looking for Viet Cong and smugglers carrying contraband -- drugs, munitions and anything that would aid the enemy. After his tour of duty Wes signed up for guitar and keyboard lessons through the Phoenix VA Health System's Recreation Therapy program. But soon after, as he and his late wife, Margie walked through the Mall in Tempe, AZ the distinctive sound of a pentatonic flute being played by Native American flutist, Sagio called to him -- and Wes was hooked. His musical career was put on hold for 12 years, while he cared for his wife until her death in 2007. Now, he volunteers at the VA, travels and through his music Wes expresses his "inner self." His heritage, heartache, harrowing experiences and happiness are all part of his music. Oliver Wendell Holmes said: "Many people will die with their music still in them." But Wes Ricks won't be one of those people.
Call into live show 12/20/2014 at this 408-418-5050 access code 81810#
Join the Scorekeeper and the Big Dog as we discuss, argue and debate the issues of the week in sports. The Monday-Morning Quarterbacks (aka - The Cellar Dwellers) have a ball in engaging the listeners and have fun at the expense of our sports heroes and news-makers! Baseball, Football, Basketball, Golf, NASCAR, Soccer, Hockey, Volleyball, Tennis and even Rugby isn't safe when we are on the air! We ARE the international sports program and destination for the world! Join us every Saturday morning as we wake you up as we make up the first two hours of the best foue hours of sports on Saturday morning on BlogTalkRadio! Four hours of Sports? Yup! Join us and then immediately after us, the Couch Potato and Cuervo, the hardest working men in sports! By the way, we live in the REAL WORLD - NO FANTASY SPORTS IS PLAYED, DISCUSSED OR TIME WASTED ON THIS PROGRAM! Don't ask, we won't tell.
Snohomish county is a modern day Sodom & Gamorrah.. The headlines & debauchery NEVER cease, & these people have gotten so used to acting this way they don't even try to hide it as evidenced by some of the public records I have received. Why should they care, the morons of Snohomish county keep voting them BACK in & even though I have been giving them evidence for almost 4 years the Feds are still sitting in a corner with their collective thumbs up their butts & doing nothing. So we are going to just do sytories about them, even if it doesn't help it'll atleast make you laugh out loud.
Business Talk will feature Laurie Cardillo, Gallia County Dog Warden December 17 2014 Business Talk 1:00 pm
In 1940 for in South Carolina to young white girls was murdered by somebody the last two people to see them just so happen to be to young black boys. Now these two young boys haven't seen these girls riding by on their bikes. So they offered to help the police to find them. Of course, they never found the kids and the two black boys became only suspects.
One of the boys was named George Stinny age 14. He weighed about 85 pounds, skinny kid somehow, somewhere along the line the police decided they had to persons who murdered the little girls in his name was George Stinny
So there was an all-white jury. All men decided within two hours, that Mr. Stinny had murdered these two little girls. So for this 14-year-old little black boy they decided he must die in the electric chair. It has been said that his arms was too skinny for the straps to fit around so they selling more books. So is here to reach the metal helmet they put on his head to put the volts into his body three months from the day he went to court, they executed him. Let's have a conversation America on Internet about race and honest conversationAs a black man cannot imagine how I'm feeling now, but hatred. But the tears in my eyes for that little kid sitting in the electric chair being murdered by people who swore to uphold the law. Yes, America is have this conversation about race. Now
Oh Blimey, it's Christmas! When the Wonder Show decides to broadcast live from the big local Christmas light display, things take a turn for the destructive! That's right, MAN OF STEEL filmmaker Zack Snyder takes over the show, and chaos, carnage and mayhem are what it's all about! That, and holiday cheer.
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Welcome to Dance with Bipolar with Meg Dog and Doc Reimers, psychologist in NJ. Dance With Bipolar disorder is a talk show that views bipolar from a positive perspective. Meg Dog and I believe that you don’t have to fight your diagnosis or your family. The next few episodes are dedicated to helping you and your family members better manage emotions during the crazy holidays. Holidays force family members to interact with each other, sometimes re-igniting old family dynamics. It’s as if many of the feelings we have about our family lie dormant until the holidays hit us. We may feel like we are in a boxing ring with family members and relatives taking jabs at us. Don’t be knocked off your feet in “round 3” of the holidays. Call us and share what your family is like or any problems you believe you may encounter this holiday season. We will teach you a little about “emotional shadow boxing” so that the left hook won’t hurt at all.