• 00:45

    Silver Millennium Radio - Episode 19: Trolley Awards & Evangelions

    in Entertainment

    Tonight is the 2014 Trolley Awards! I'm going to be honouring the best & worst of BlogTalkRadio trolls, taking some calls & conversing with the callers including you dumb trolls.


    On a serious note, I will be discussing Evangelion 1.11 & 2.22 which aired on Toonami last night, the differences between the films & the original series and asking callers what their favourite moments in Anime were.


    If you want to discuss the topics on hand, please call in at (516) 418-5668 or call our alternative line during or after the show at (218) 936-4971 & enter PIN # 227528# or you can also add me on Skype: HomerBouvier

  • 01:11

    Phenomenal R&B Singer L'Renee on Cruz Inc Radio

    in Entertainment

    LRENEE, an extensively passionate R&B vocalist with great power and range, has been recording her music since 2005 for fans around the world. Now she is a featured singer with Internationally known singer, KEM.
    Notable achievements include singing for the Detroit Pistons, acting in short films, song placement in films, serving as a spokesperson for charity S.A.F.E., and volunteering for non-profit organization, Haven. 


    More than 50 songs published and 7 albums produced comprise the L’Renee Musique Inc. current catalog:


     


        1. "Special Song" (2005)


        2. "2nd Chances" (2006)


        3. "Merry Christmas" (2007)


        4. "Jazz" (2008)


        5. "Europe" (2009)


        6.  Nathan R's "Grown Up Conversations"(2009)


        7. "Karaoke" (2010)


    With a fan base of over 100,000 devotees, that number continues to grow because of duet partner and background vocalist participation for Universal Motown Recording Artist Kem.


    Most importantly I am a music lover, animal lover, and budding crochet master.

  • 01:14

    End of Year Wrap With The Imitation Game & Into the Woods

    in Movies

    We're wrapping up the year in film and reviewing The Imitation Game, Into the Woods, and probably a lot of other things. We'll be talking awards, the best films, the worst films, upcoming shows, and what's hitting in the year ahead.

  • Books and Films that Inspired the O.T.A.

    in Radio

    On Christmas night December 25th, 2014 the Hermetic Hour with host Poke
    Runyon will present a special program in which Frater Thabion, your host
    and the founder of the Order of the Temple of Astarte, will trace the
    books and films that influenced and inspired him to create and develop
    his unique American system of Magick. I grew out of the Oz books and
    graduated to the Mars books (John Carter) then into a teenage
    fascination with Richard Shaver's hi-tech Lemurian survivor stories. I
    will go to my 1950s early college days watching films such as Jean
    Cocteau's Orpheus, and Orson Welles Black Magic (on Cagliostro and
    Mesmer) and move on through to a study of Voodoo in line with my
    Caribbean adventurer-fiction writer persona. The Saragossa Manuscript
    for Kabbalah and mirror magick, Graves The White Goddess. Then my
    illness which I tried to cure with self-hypnosis. This led to a serious
    study of hypnosis along with Tibetan Tantra (Evans-Wentz) and finally
    Western Magick. Mastering the Goetia with the mirror method led to
    Jungian psycho-philosophy and the study of anthropology culminating in a
    Master's Degree in the subject from California State University. During
    this program I created the modern Hermetically oriented Neo-Canaanite
    Seasonal ceremonies for our magical order The Temple of Astarte, The
    main purpose of our Goetia was to bring up and reestablish the Secret
    Goddess of old King Solomon himself. We use the 1770 Hermetic-Masonic rite of Crata Repoa as a structure for our system and I will discuss the sources behind this. Perhaps some of these books and teachings will help others to understand our perspective on the Western Tradition and what we expect to
    accomplish by what we call The Great Work.

  • 00:38

    Electra Film Survey

    in Film

    Before cinema, Euripides wrote the Greek tragedy Electra. Produced and filmed in Greece, starred Irene Papas in the classic tale of revenge. 


    Guest will be Tommy Trull, award winning playwright and professor at Rowan-Cabarrus College and adjunct professor at Greensboro College. 


     

  • 00:31

    Movies to Love: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?

    in Film

    Take a step back in time in the1967 Movie Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? This one is filled with laughs and lots of shocked faces. A couple truly deals with Joey’s (the daughter) challenges of bringing home a black fiancé, Was this love or rebelion?  The Drayton’s and the Prentice must come to terms in a true coming in of liberal situation it stars with  Spencer Tracy, Sidney Poitier, Katharine Hepburn. True gifted acting. Tune in Saturday at 6pm and test your truthfulness of being liberal at that place and time

  • 00:41

    Hot News: Section 181 extended to cover 2014 films.

    in Film

    Corky Kessler, top film attorney, discusses the funding extension of section 181 of the Jobs Act.

    To learn more about Carole Dean and From the Heart Productions please visit www.FromtheHeartProductions.com

  • THE AMERICAN INSURGENCY DEATHSQUAD & THE BLACK ORDER'S DOCTRINE of VIRTUE

    in Paranormal

    ®TSIRHC EHT MA I 


    1st HOUR: 


    This evening we will discuss the attempts by many to call themselves 'filmmakers', and where they go to steal the intellectual property of others so as to validate their own sloppy work.  And what they do to bring attention to their tired excuse for art..e.g. casting known actors to sponge off of their fame, and success.  This is because they have not an original idea or concept for what those who consider themselves, moviegoers- want to see in the theatre.  


    Let's examine [3] independent films with sizable budgets.  [2] of which, cast me in their 'pathetic' excuses for motion picture:  


    OPERATION REPO: THE MOVIE 


    HOPE CAFE and


    http://vimeo.com/38623346 - INVASION - Director's Cut   


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Midnight_Express_(film)   MIDNIGHT EXPRESS 


    2nd HOUR: 


    Update on theatrical production of the interest trailer at S. LAKE TAHOE, CA. / STATELINE NEVADA https://www.stage32.com/media/1051634468156091905 - WHERE ART THOU AMETHYSTOS?


    *DEATHSQUADS


    *SEPARATION of the SHEEP and GOATS


    AMERICAN INSURGENCY


    *THE BLACK ORDER'S DOCTRINE of VIRTUE


    ILLUMINATIONOITANIMULLI® Podcast ®DEVILWORSHIPIHSROWLIVED® Podcast ®DIVINATIONOITANIVID® Podcast ®MOONPHASE MAGICK® ®RUOHCTIWEB EHT [PST] ®TSIRHC EHT MA I are federally protected intellectual property of I ILLUMINATUS SWEARADIO & GIOVANNI SOVEREIGNE in association with THE SECRET SOCIETY GLOBAL RADIO FREQUENCY® [©All rights reserved 2014/2015]

  • What's going on ? Will 2015 be Blood Shed in the Americas ?

    in Spirituality

    The adoption of the Declaration of Independence—237 years ago today—can sometimes feel like an event not just from another time, but from another world. As depicted in John Trumbull’s now-iconic 19th-century painting of the founding fathers in Philadelphia, collectively creating the framework for the nation’s revolutionary political system, such an act of open rebellion by prominent, wealthy and established figures is literally inconceivable to most living Americans.


    The Revolutionary War, raging at that time, saw men young and old answer the Colonies’ call to fight the British redcoats. In their allegiance to the ideals of liberty, these rough troops — illustrated in countless paintings and drawings known to history students everywhere — shouldered the monumental task of defending a nation that was, in many respects, not yet truly born.


    But as alien as that epoch might feel, time and again we’re reminded that the past is not always as distant as it so often seems.


    In fact, some veterans who survived the Revolutionary War prospered well into their eighties, nineties and sometimes even beyond 100, living long enough to not only witness, but become part of, the era of the photograph.


    First daguerreotypes, and then glass-plate negatives became popular in the 1840s and 1850s; by 1853, some 70 years after the great and improbable American victory over the British, more than 3 million daguerreotypes a year were being produced in the United States alone.


    As these photographic means developed, and the generation that experienced the Revolution firsthand continued to dwindle, a desire to document these men — a rapidly vanishing, living link with history — emerged.



     

  • 01:59

    Evil Spirits Come but Refuse to Go! with Yahya Bandele

    in Religion

    Yahya Bandele is the Founder and Chairman of The C.O.F.A.H Network and the Creator, writer and director of the best selling Documentary on amazon.com "Hebrew or the So-Called Negro" Yahya will discuss current events, history, science and Geo-politics from a scriptural Hebrew Ysralite scriptural perspective. We also encourage caller participation and feedback


    View Yahya's feature films by clicking link https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=FLdws1o2agoBw-nqaYBjG9Yg


    View Yahya's Daily Video Blog https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLv4Ov4g0N91ikDd5zHMAmvxr2Fyhf9s7v


    Yahya's Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/yahya.bandele


    To learn more about COFAH log on to  www.cofah

  • Discover Janesville: Beloit International Film Festival | Teach Jamaica Teachers

    in Current Events

    Kristin Peterson is a Janesville native and a filmmaker.  While she is working on her own short film Dog*Walk, for the past 3 years, Kristin’s been closely involved with Beloit International Film Festival where she works as a programmer and other things.  We spoke about what Kristin learned from watching over 3,000 films, the importance of sound, and how we could get Angelina Jolie to work with small independent moviemakers.


    Amy Stevens is a professor of special education at UW-Whitewater.  Amy stopped in to talk about the work she does in Jamaica where she goes annually to help train local teachers, what she learned from her experience, how great the island nation’s needs are, and how little things from America, can make a huge difference in a one-room school house in Jamaica.


    Be in the know.  Discover Janesville.  


    Listen to past podcasts at www.DiscoverJanesville.com.  


    Follow the show on Facebook at Discover Janesville with Yuri Rashkin.  


    This program was brought to you by:


    Basics Cooperative: next Super Tuesday sale is coming up on January 6!


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    “Raising Abel, the Life of Faith” by Ronald Ragotzy, MD.


    United Arts Alliance: Promoting arts and connecting artists in Rock County.


    2015 Janesville Area Creativity awards: Celebrating creativity on January 31st 2015 at JPAC!


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