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Our DNA is changing and the Earth Mother is ascending with our DNA changes. Shirley is very excited to share with us new up to date information and material about the energies of the number 6 and 8. We will also be discussing the new Divine Feminine and Divine Masculine energies that coincide with these numbers. She can bring in famous, well known cross over’s who wish to be heard on a public forum such as blog talk radio and has brought in such as Marilyn Monroe, Michael Jackson, John F Kennedy and others. She will also talk about the elementals for Spring and Summer and how important it is to work with them as the seeds that are planted now will influence the new age. Consciousness is changing and our perceptions are changing as well. The number 8 is the end of illusion and the new Divine potential in all of us is ready to make it-self known. We will speak about how the afterlife is connected to DNA patterns in the physical life and how it affects multi-dimensional realms that affect our everyday lives whether we are conscious of it or not.
Shirley Bolstok, was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. Her parents are Holocaust Survivors. She has authored books such as “Apples from the tree of Life, Impassioned Soul, and Grapes from the Vines of Life.” She is an energy healer, speaker, teacher as well as a medium who is able to connect with those on the other side and has spoken at the 11:11 Earth Star Conference in and has been guest on numerous radio shows. Shirley is a certified Matrix Energetics Practitioner, works with past lives, mediumistic information, frequencies and some other modalities. Questions about various healing systems are also invited. She reads and works with each individual as a part of the collective consciousness. . Her goal is to give each individual the tools to work with their own ascension and works with mapping within the Spiritual Physical and Emotional Bodies that lead to increased consciousness, abundance.
Freddie Gray's Murder & The Extermination of Black People In AmeriKKKa: The Baltimore Uprising & What Must Be Done for and by the Victims of the Black-African Holocaust.
Dr. Alli Muhammad goes deep into the Freddie Gray's case and exposes the lies at the root. And deals with the answers and overall solution to the problem of Black genocide at the hands of agents of the state.
Baba Osagyefo Olugbala Revolutionary Goon, General Dr. Alli Muhammad M.S., PhD, MD AKA "Super Nigga". Fights for us on many battlefields he is our BOLD REVOLUTIONARY BLACK POWER WARRIOR GENERAL. Dr. Alli Muhammad is the Chief-General-In-Command of the RBPP, the General in Command of the Black Race, Community, Nation and movement. BLACK POWER!!!!!!
On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will be discussing the events surrounding Freddie Grey's murder. We will discuss how acting out through violence is justified and how the demonic police and their demonic henchmen the White media paints inaccurate pictures of our holocaust in the USA. Join us.
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forbearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
1. Michael Warr & Mark Sabb speak about Black + Brown Lives Matter at the Red Poppy Art House Collective, 2698 Folsom @ 23rd Street, in San Francisco, a yearlong project which continues Thursday, April 30, 7 p.m. Can Art Save a Community? We also speak about another project, Tracing Poetic Memory.
2. Rob Melrose (director, co-founder, Cuttingball), Giovanni Adams (Frederick Douglass) and Andrew Saito (playwright) join us to talk about Cuttingball Theatre Resident playwright, Mr. Saito's work, Mount Misery opening May 8 through June 7 in San Francisco. Frederick Douglass meets Donald Rumsfeld in this provocative ghost story set in contemporary America at the plantation where Douglass lived as a 16 year old youth, recently purchased by Rumsfeld.
This week on the conversation when will the people in DC who serve use be treated like us. I would be living with Bubba in Fedral prison for the same things everyone in DC does. The Christian Holocaust is here who will stand up and stop it????? The circus is coming to town and before long you will be tired of all the clowns and there attacking each other only to end up with the same crap different day. Is there anyone really that is going to be what they say and be by the people for the people? Why is everything seemingly to be government envolved. If you are gay and want to get married go a head as long as no one is forcing any one to do something they don't believe in who cares. I feel we are asking the wrong questions???? That's not a protest, it's a riot and those are not the victims, they are the criminals my view on the Freddie Grey protesters. Again how many cars were flipped over and set on fire by whites after the OJ trial, my thoughts on that. Also what happened to Man United this past Sunday with the 3-nil loss to Everton. I will talk about all this and much much more so join me and be apart of the conversation.
Each of these acclaimed authors will sweep you away--to 1800s Paris, to German-control WWII Prague, and into the mind of a woman with bipolar disorder who can't remember whether she murdered her friend. Join us for interviews and book giveaways with:
Elizabeth Berg on The Dream Lover, a lush historical novel based on the sensuous life of 19th century writer George Sand
Kristy Cambron on A Sparrow in Terezin, a powerful story of hope, survival and two women, in two different times, whose lives are perilously bound by a Holocaust survivor
Susan Crawford on The Pocket Wife, a thrilling exploration of marriage, murder, and a woman on the edge of madness
Hosted by Cindy Wolfe Boynton. Visit Literary New England's blog for more book giveaways, author talk, event information and to listen to past episodes -- book-tatstic updates posted regularly!
If anyone still wonders, is still confused or even still care about why the Klan still has power, the Holocaust still bears us pain, the Trial of Tears still rings in the ears of Native Americans and slavery still has not been reconciled by a nation, this may just help you understand why. I simply call it the absence of closure because with any event or occurrence, there must be closure in order for the wound to heal and those wounded or effected by it to move on. We have not moved beyond these things because we have gotten no closure to them and now add to this wound more damage caused by the failure to get closure on the Wall Street wreckage of the economy and now the rising number of police involved shootings of unarmed people. Mount St Helen was once a quiet volcano until the heat built up and it blew. These situations must be fixed and the newer ones need to stop before this entire nation blows over.
The Holocaust Museum Central Florida 2015 Project reverses the trend of ignorance and denial about the Holocaust.
This museum is unlike any other of its kind, featuring the incredible artwork of students from elementary to high school age.
Designed to be viewed by all ages, this museum tells a heart-wrenching story through the eyes, hearts, and hands of young people dedicated to searching out and portraying the truth of this horrific chapter in world history.
The unique interactive nature of this museum allows visitors to speak to the young artists who share the true stories of of the people and events portrayed in these artistic creations.
Joining us tonight -- Diana van den Boogaard, Diana Watson, and Karel Reynolds.
Join Rabbi Hilbrant as he discusses the Holocaust Rembrance and the differences between Israel and other countries in terms of mourning and national observance. This episode will also address ongoing issues for the State of Israel protecting her borders and all around security.
As I have said many times before, I always learn something in presentations by Brother T. of London Black History Walks.
How has Black history influenced science fiction and sci-fi movies? Listen below.
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Great National Poetry Month edition of Poetry Super Higwhay Live this month which featured poets calling in to read their poems from Stubenville, Ohio, Canada, Long Island, New York, Bangor Maine, Birmingham, Alabama, New York City, New York and Redondo Beach, California. We also celebrated International Haiku Day and gave a shoutout to our annual Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day Issue!)