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  • 02:01

    The Knights of liberty show John F Kennedy

    in News

    The Knights of liberty show.


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    Today's date is November 22, 1963, the anniversary of John F. Kennedy's death. I was sent an article implying that a mobster did it named James Files. But the last photo in the article shows a photo of JFK riding in the Lincoln Ford next to Jackie with his left hand inside his jacket, which is the Freemason "Sign of the Master of the Second Veil". His other hand is raised in salute, so he is obviously saluting someone why ?. 


    I was doing an astrology chart for a Canadian soldier from Severn Falls in Machedash County in Ontario, Canada when her Progressed Chart for November 19 showed that she would be called up for military duty in early April around Easter. The nature of the threat appeared to be disease pandemic related. It showed she would be involved in burial of the dead. But most disturbing of all is that he Ascendant of the chart showed a Sabian symbol for that degree that said, "Obeying his conscience, a soldier disobeys military orders." It looks like she is going to be given military orders she is going to feel honour bound to disobey. What might they be?


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  • 00:59

    Who Killed John F Kennedy

    in Politics Conservative

    Dr. Jerome Corsi discusses his new eBook, Who Killed John F. Kennedy?  The eBook is a continuation of his bestseller, Who Really Killed JFK?  Corsi reports on the most important recent research into the JFK assassination, establishing irrefutable evidence documenting the assassination as an organized coup d’etat, not the act of a lone-gun assassin.


     


    By summarizing the most current cutting-edge research on the JFK assassination, Who Really Killed John F. Kennedy? – new Research into the JFK assassination sets the stage for 2017, twenty-five years after the passage of the JFK Records Act, when the National Archives is scheduled to release the final, yet classified government documents on the JFK assassination. This will hopefully include over 1,000 documents the CIA still withholds from the public on national security grounds.


     


     

  • 00:10

    Forget Me Not Fridays: John F. Kennedy

    in Lifestyle

    Join The Kendal Murray Show each Friday for Forget Me Not Fridays...   Kendal will bring various figures from past prominence to his show for your listening pleasure.  Hear from them in their own words!  This week's spotlight will shine on President John F. Kennedy

  • 00:27

    John F Kennedy Honored by America Meditating

    in Self Help

    America Meditating honors President John F. Kennedy with a special meditation and insights by Sister Jenna and Sister Gita on the power of life and how we lead.


    Born on May 29, 1917, in Brookline, Massachusetts, John F. Kennedy served in both the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate before becoming the 35th president in 1961. As president, Kennedy faced a number of foreign crises, especially in Cuba and Berlin, but managed to secure such achievements as the Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty and the Alliance for Progress. On November 22, 1963, Kennedy was assassinated while riding in a motorcade in Dallas, Texas.


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  • 01:59

    51 Years Later: Dedicated To John F. Kennedy

    in US Government

    It's been 51 years since the United States lost it's last real president and Wake Up To The Truth Radio is dedicating an entire broadcast to the late hero that actually defended the American people from the tyranny that we are living in now. We will be playing speeches from President Kennedy as well as taking a deep look into the murder that has been covered up for years. Please join us in dedication to John F. Kennedy. We will be taking your calls as well.

  • 00:29

    John F. Kennedy University: An Interview with Dr. Alvin McLean

    in Psychology

    Join us as we interview Dr. Alvin McLean, Jr. to discuss his career, his passion for the field of psychology, and his mission to provide the next generation of behavioral health providers with the tools they need to practice their chosen specialty in today’s workforce.


    Alvin McLean, Jr. is a professor of clinical psychology and Co-Director of Clinical Training at John F. Kennedy University’s Doctorate in Clinical Psychology Program. For more information about his work please visit us here.


    Dr. Alvin McLean, Jr


    Professor


    College of Graduate and Professional Studies


    Clinical Psychology


    amclean@jfku.edu


    925.969.3599 Tel

  • 01:02

    Behind the Scenes of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy

    in Lifestyle

    In this special tribute, Award-Winning Journalist John Sparks talks about how he was there in Texas the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated 50 years ago today. Sparks talks with Rolonda about the anniversary and the legacy Kennedy leaves behind. Remembering JFK: A Texas Tribute.


    Also, news man Michael Horowicz talks about the legacy his father leaves behind as he was the garment work who made Mrs. Jackie Kennedy's famous pink suit - the one she continued to wear after her husband was assassinated even though it was covered in blood. "Let them see what they've done," said Mrs. Kennedy.


     

  • 02:01

    John F. Kennedy: Years of Lightning/Day of Drums

    in History

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    The program dramatizes the thousand days of John F. Kennedy’s presidency, from his inauguration in 1961 to his tragic death on November 22, 1963. The videotape emphasizes Kennedy’s and America’s hopes for his term as president

  • 00:19

    John F. Kennedy "Ask Not..."

    in Family

    We continue our famous speeches series with this classic call to hope and social engagement: President John F. Kennedy's inaugural address, January 20, 1961.

  • 01:00

    R Frederick Riddle Show : John F. Kennedy

    in History

    November 22nd is the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's assassination.  Tonight's show will be about the man and his presidency.


    R. Frederick Riddle is becoming known as an author of Christian Fiction, an editor of the controversial Riddle's Point of View, a blogger, and as host of his weekly BTR program: The R Frederick Riddle Show.


    Mr. Riddle is a born-again Christian with almost 40 years of Bible study and a life-time of studying the world at large.  He is also active in his church.


    Launching his radio show in 2012, he has been very happy with the opportunity to connect with others who may share his interest in the world events going on every day.  He can be reached at information@rfrederickriddle.com.


     


     

  • 02:02

    JOHN LENNON Afterlife Communication Channeled by Solana

    in Spirituality

     


    TONIGHT- Medium & Channeler SOLANA channels John Lennon in the afterlife. Join us for this celebration and Q&A of one of the most beloved men in our history, Mr. John Lennon. 


    The killing, on Dec. 8, 1980, marked a major social shift


    John Lennon’s death 34 years ago today triggered the same shock and outpouring of grief as the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and John F. Kennedy. So wrote critic Jay Cocks for his 1980 TIME cover story about the legacy of the late Beatle and his death by the hands of Mark David Chapman. The touching tribute — comments from Bruce Springsteen that are included in the piece may bring tears to your eyes — featured one memorable quote from Lennon’s wife, Yoko Ono: “This is not the end of an era,” she said in the days after he was killed. “The ’80s are still going to be a beautiful time, and John believed it.”


    But in his piece, Cocks makes the case for why Ono’s words were more wishful thinking than a truthful declaration.


    The band had broken up a decade before, but Lennon’s death signaled a shift more serious than the Beatles’ dissolution ever did. After all, the music of the Beatles would be around indefinitely, whether or not the band continued to record together.


    When Lennon died at age 40, however, everyone who had grown up with the Beatles was approaching middle age too. In addition to their sadness about Lennon’s death, they could not ignore their own mortality. “For everyone who cherished the sustaining myth of the Beatles,” Cocks wrote, “the murder was something else. It was an assassination, a ritual slaying of something that could hardly be named. Hope, perhaps; or idealism. Or time. Not only lost, but suddenly dislocated, fractured.”