• 02:00

    Wise Woman Media 4/18/14--Michael C. Ruppert's Legacy

    in Politics

    Special Guests are Carolyn Baker, PhD and Cheri Roberts.


    Tonight’s show honors the legacy of one of America’s great minds, author, whistle-blower, and truth teller, Michael C. Ruppert. Carolyn Baker, PhD and Cheri Roberts, two women who were in Michael's inner circle will speak about him, his projects, his website that helped people form sustainable communities called LIFEBOATS nationwide, his last days and the last radio show that was live broadcasted on Sunday, April 13th, 2014. Michael left this earth--plane later, on the same night.


    Please feel free to call in, join us in the chatroom or email your questions before the show to anitastewart@gmail.com. 


    Check out WISE WOMEN MEDIA for links to our social networks on Facebook and Twitter, complete show descriptions, archives of past shows and info on how to get in touch with us. We welcome feedback and suggestions for future guests.

  • 02:02

    DC RealTalk MyNBox Radio Show w/Darryl Cherry - "LETTING GO OF DEAD THINGS"

    in Relationships

    DC REAL TALK “MY ‘N BOX” LIVE RADIO SHOW – Join me in the morning from 8:00am to 10:00am (EST). This Saturday’s topic will be: “LETTING GO OF DEAD THINGS”. God has already spoken to you concerning this before; you just need another wake up call. Well this is it!!!! Join me tomorrow morning and we’ll talk about taking the necessary steps to let go of this dead situation and head toward the lifeboats just like Rose did in the movie “THE TITANIC. Don’t miss this show!!! You can listen to my show anywhere in the world by phone at (646) 721-9565 or by internet.


     

  • 00:16

    GLMX #92: Are You in the Lifeboat?

    in Religion


    On April 14, 1912, one of the greatest maritime disasters in history occured. Just a few days before, The Titanic -- a ship that was declared to be "unsinkable" -- set sail from England on its way to New York City. The Titanic was the greatest ship ever built up to that point in history. This was her maiden voyage. 2,223 people were on board for the celebratory journey. Only 710 people would survive.



    On the night of April 14, 1912 a lookout cried out "Iceberg! Iceberg ahead!" But it was too late. The ship was going too fast. The partially submerged iceberg ripped into the hull of the Titanic which caused the bottom of the ship to flood with water. The sad thing about this event was that in the twelve hours preceding the crash, the Titanic had received five warnings of icebergs. The sixth warning from the lookout came too late for anyone to do anything about it.



    Many people on the ship did not realize the tragic magnitude of the event. They still believed the "unsinkable" Titanic would sail on. Some people continued eating and drinking. Others retired to their beds. Some even went on deck to have snowball fights and to dance. However, reality soon set in -- the reality that the ship would indeed sink and the worse reality that there were not enough lifeboats on the Titanic. The builders of the Titanic had decided not to include as many lifeboats as they were supposed to. After all, the Titanic wasn't supposed to sink.

  • 00:36

    Titanic USA: America is the Titanic and the Titanic is Going Down (Part 3)

    in Religion


    The title of my message for today is "Titanic USA: America is the Titanic and the Titanic is Going Down".



    100 years ago, on April 14, 1912, a great tragedy occurred in the dark and murky waters of the northern Atlantic Ocean. A great ship -- the Titanic -- which everyone believed to be "unsinkable" struck an iceberg and sank beneath the ocean waters on her maiden voyage. The ship was hailed as a "moving city". It was the largest moving man-made object ever crafted. Titanic set sail from England to New York City with much fanfare and well-wishes. But it never reached its destination.



    The Titanic was warned of icebergs at least five times within the twelve hours before it met with tragedy. After icebergs were reported up ahead, the captains were so convinced of the ship's invincibility that they had the ship continue full speed ahead. They were so confident that the ship would not sink that they only had 16 lifeboats on board when a ship of that size carrying that many passengers was supposed to carry 48. The men who designed and commissioned the Titanic were so confident in their abilities that they even had the passengers convinced that the Titanic would not sink. While the ship was going down, people came out on deck and had snowball fights, some people put on lifejackets and danced, still others who heard the news simply rolled over and went back to sleep. In this tragedy, 1,514 people drowned, suffocated or froze to death in the icy waters. Only 710 people were saved. All the ingenuity, all the technological prowess, and all the safeguards (or lack thereof) could not keep the Titanic from sinking.



    I am here to tell you today, my friends, that there is another Titanic. And you and I are on it. That Titanic is the United States of America. Yes, I believe that America is the Titanic and the Titanic is going down. Allow me to share with you why this is so.

  • 00:35

    Titanic USA: America is the Titanic and the Titanic is Going Down (Part 2)

    in Religion


    The title of my message for today is "Titanic USA: America is the Titanic and the Titanic is Going Down".



    100 years ago, on April 14, 1912, a great tragedy occurred in the dark and murky waters of the northern Atlantic Ocean. A great ship -- the Titanic -- which everyone believed to be "unsinkable" struck an iceberg and sank beneath the ocean waters on her maiden voyage. The ship was hailed as a "moving city". It was the largest moving man-made object ever crafted. Titanic set sail from England to New York City with much fanfare and well-wishes. But it never reached its destination.



    The Titanic was warned of icebergs at least five times within the twelve hours before it met with tragedy. After icebergs were reported up ahead, the captains were so convinced of the ship's invincibility that they had the ship continue full speed ahead. They were so confident that the ship would not sink that they only had 16 lifeboats on board when a ship of that size carrying that many passengers was supposed to carry 48. The men who designed and commissioned the Titanic were so confident in their abilities that they even had the passengers convinced that the Titanic would not sink. While the ship was going down, people came out on deck and had snowball fights, some people put on lifejackets and danced, still others who heard the news simply rolled over and went back to sleep. In this tragedy, 1,514 people drowned, suffocated or froze to death in the icy waters. Only 710 people were saved. All the ingenuity, all the technological prowess, and all the safeguards (or lack thereof) could not keep the Titanic from sinking.



    I am here to tell you today, my friends, that there is another Titanic. And you and I are on it. That Titanic is the United States of America. Yes, I believe that America is the Titanic and the Titanic is going down. Allow me to share with you why this is so.

  • 00:36

    Titanic USA: America is the Titanic and the Titanic is Going Down (Part 1)

    in Religion


    The title of my message for today is "Titanic USA: America is the Titanic and the Titanic is Going Down".



    100 years ago, on April 14, 1912, a great tragedy occurred in the dark and murky waters of the northern Atlantic Ocean. A great ship -- the Titanic -- which everyone believed to be "unsinkable" struck an iceberg and sank beneath the ocean waters on her maiden voyage. The ship was hailed as a "moving city". It was the largest moving man-made object ever crafted. Titanic set sail from England to New York City with much fanfare and well-wishes. But it never reached its destination.



    The Titanic was warned of icebergs at least five times within the twelve hours before it met with tragedy. After icebergs were reported up ahead, the captains were so convinced of the ship's invincibility that they had the ship continue full speed ahead. They were so confident that the ship would not sink that they only had 16 lifeboats on board when a ship of that size carrying that many passengers was supposed to carry 48. The men who designed and commissioned the Titanic were so confident in their abilities that they even had the passengers convinced that the Titanic would not sink. While the ship was going down, people came out on deck and had snowball fights, some people put on lifejackets and danced, still others who heard the news simply rolled over and went back to sleep. In this tragedy, 1,514 people drowned, suffocated or froze to death in the icy waters. Only 710 people were saved. All the ingenuity, all the technological prowess, and all the safeguards (or lack thereof) could not keep the Titanic from sinking.



    I am here to tell you today, my friends, that there is another Titanic. And you and I are on it. That Titanic is the United States of America. Yes, I believe that America is the Titanic and the Titanic is going down. Allow me to share with you why this is so.

  • 00:16

    GLMX #92: Are You in the Lifeboat?

    in Christianity


     


    On April 14, 1912, one of the greatest maritime disasters in history occured. Just a few days before, The Titanic -- a ship that was declared to be "unsinkable" -- set sail from England on its way to New York City. The Titanic was the greatest ship ever built up to that point in history. This was her maiden voyage. 2,223 people were on board for the celebratory journey. Only 710 people would survive. 

     

    On the night of April 14, 1912 a lookout cried out "Iceberg! Iceberg ahead!" But it was too late. The ship was going too fast. The partially submerged iceberg ripped into the hull of the Titanic which caused the bottom of the ship to flood with water. The sad thing about this event was that in the twelve hours preceding the crash, the Titanic had received five warnings of icebergs. The sixth warning from the lookout came too late for anyone to do anything about it. 

     

    Many people on the ship did not realize the tragic magnitude of the event. They still believed the "unsinkable" Titanic would sail on. Some people continued eating and drinking. Others retired to their beds. Some even went on deck to have snowball fights and to dance. However, reality soon set in -- the reality that the ship would indeed sink and the worse reality that there were not enough lifeboats on the Titanic. The builders of the Titanic had decided not to include as many lifeboats as they were supposed to. After all, the Titanic wasn't supposed to sink. 

  • 00:19

    GLMX #91: The Sinking of the Unsinkable Titanic

    in Christianity


     


    Today, people all around the world are commemorating the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. From visiting the ship's birthplace in Belfast to hosting public exhibitions to walking through the Titanic Memorial Garden, many people all around the world are finding a way to remember what happened on that tragic day 100 years ago. 

     

    The Titanic was on its maiden voyage in April of 1912. The biggest, most luxurious ship you could ever imagine was built and it was ready to grace the ocean. Not only was it luxurious, but it was by far one of the largest vessels ever made. Every safety feature known at that time was on the Titanic. It was a fast vessel and to many people, it was considered to be unsinkable. In fact, one of the ship's designers said "Not even God could sink the Titanic." On a quiet, peaceful April morning in 1912, the luxurious ship set out from Liverpool, England headed to New York Harbor. It carried 2,223 people including some of the wealthiest people in the world. Passengers from all around the world were on board the Titanic for its maiden voyage. They enjoyed good food, fine entertainment, and many other pleasures that the ship offered. However, nearly halfway through its maiden voyage, the ship hit an iceberg and immediately started to sink. As the crew raced to get people into lifeboats, they were only able to get 710 people off the ship. Within two and a half hours, the entire ship was under water, everybody else on board drowned. This day started out like any other day, but when the Titanic sank, it resulted in the deaths of 1,514 people. This sinking of the Titanic is considered one of the deadliest peacetime maritime disasters in history. 

  • 00:15

    Triple Lutz Report--The Mother of All Crashes is Headed Our Way--Episode 128

    in Finance

    Michael Woody O'Brien has said, "Everybody with a 100 i.q. can see the Mother of All Financial Crashes is Coming...So why are so few people foaming their runways??" Which is just Michael's way of wondering why intelligent, well educated people refuse to see, what is as obvious as the nose on their faces. But we have all been through so much in the past decade, that our capacity to accept and anticipate still more negative events is at an end.

    The fact is, the cruise ship is headed for the iceberg. The captain's been informed, but he refuses to take any action as he doesn't believe it's there. But there are a number of passengers who've seen it and know that a collision is inevitable. And they also know that there's not enough lifeboats to rescue everyone. They've decided that they are not going down with the ship and have already gotten into a boat that is most likely to survive and insure their escape from the disaster. Hopefully, you've done the same and you and your family will survive the inevitable sinking.

    Please send your questions to kl@kerrylutz.com or call us at 347-460-LUTZ.

  • 00:58

    Essential Preparedness on Preparedness Radio

    in Family





    Original Air Date: Wednesday, September 29th, at 9:00PM CDT.


    This is 1 hour podcast of the September 29th Essential Preparedness the Living Foods Way show with KK Fowlkes and Chuck Juhn. Tonight's topic: what industrial agriculture has done to set us up for an inevitable collapse, including soil problems, water problems, antibiotic problems, energy problems, and distribution/subsidy problems. They also discuss transition communities and the lifeboat concept as possible solutions from a preparedness perspective.

  • 01:30

    Special Facebook Guest Farell Moughon

    in Social Networking

    From East Texas. Lived in Houston/Katy for the past 11 years during which time I was a safety manager for a offshore drilling company. I'm at retirement age but am re-tiring with a new set of tires to keep working for the next 11 years or more. In a previous company (where I also worked 11 years) I was a driller in the North Sea where I almost froze to death. My rig was slammed by a monster wave during a storm. All lifeboats were washed away so we had to evacuate by chopper. In Aberdeen I was offered a training job....and that's what I've been doing ever since...combined with a lot of safety management. I was a training instructor in the South of France, Nigeria, West Africa, Lafayette, La, Jackson, Mississippi and on lots of drilling rigs. My wife of 35 years passed away 4 years ago but before going she told me to get remarried and be happy.....so I did. God sent me Jane.....so now I am Tarzan swinging on the vines. Before getting into the drilling business, I was in a religious cult.....although I grew up in denominational churches. Was liberated when I saw the hypocracy of the leadership. I was a newspaper reporter at the time so I could verify what was coming out in the press about that group. The good news is: it is the only cult in America which has renounced its cultic doctrine and gone main-line christian....according to a christian magazine. A lot of prayer went into that transformation. A cult can be mind bending and it took me some time to get the poison out of me....but thank God I'm free and have been very active in churches and christian work in general for the past few decades. I sing with guitar at nursing homes, have done street witnessing in France and Israel and have taught a lot on what a cult is and what makes a group a cult. Interesting thing about cults is that about 80 percent of their membership come from main-line christian churches.

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