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  • 01:50

    Pt 2 - 1972 Unity Caravan: Mad Bear Anderson, AMERICA SOON DESTROYED

    in Religion

    Prerecorded August 1972 in West Jordan, Utah


    Wallace "Mad Bear" Anderson (November 9, 1927 - December 10, 1985), was a merchant seaman, traveled internationally in the 50s and 60s, and wove together a global alliance of Indigenous elders, which became known as The White Roots of Peace Gatherings.


    Speaker Joseph Warm South Wind, Mixteca (Jose Rivera) yet lives - in San Francisco, California.


    The Late Janet McCloud (Nisqually, also known as Yet-Si-Blue, March 30, 1934–November 25, 2003) was a prominent Native American and indigenous rights activist. Her activism helped lead to the 1974 Boldt Decision, for which she was dubbed, "the Rosa Parks of the American Indian Movement."


    The Late Mildred Rhoades was one of the 17 original distributees owned land on the Redding Rancheria California, commonly known as the “flat”, when the Tribe was re-recognized by the federal government in 1986.

  • 02:00

    Pt 2 - 1972 Unity Caravan: Mad Bear Anderson, AMERICA SOON DESTROYED

    in Religion

    Prerecorded August 1972 in West Jordan, Utah


    Wallace "Mad Bear" Anderson (November 9, 1927 - December 10, 1985), was a merchant seaman, traveled internationally in the 50s and 60s, and wove together a global alliance of Indigenous elders, which became known as The White Roots of Peace Gatherings.


    Speaker Joseph Warm South Wind, Mixteca (Jose Rivera) yet lives - in San Francisco, California.


    The Late Janet McCloud (Nisqually, also known as Yet-Si-Blue, March 30, 1934–November 25, 2003) was a prominent Native American and indigenous rights activist. Her activism helped lead to the 1974 Boldt Decision, for which she was dubbed, "the Rosa Parks of the American Indian Movement."


    The Late Mildred Rhoades was one of the 17 original distributees owned land on the Redding Rancheria California, commonly known as the “flat”, when the Tribe was re-recognized by the federal government in 1986.

  • 02:00

    Pt 1 - 1972 Unity Caravan: Mad Bear Anderson, Thomas Banyacya, Janet McCloud

    in Religion

    Prerecorded August 1972 in West Jordan, Utah


    The late Hopi Spokesperson Zula Brinkerhoff, (passed April 08, 2002) author of "God's Chosen People in America," was the adopted daughter of the late David Monongye, Son of Yukiuma, keeper of the Fire Clan tablets, who founded Hotevilla in 1906. Gr. David is one of four Hopis (Thomas Banyacya, Dan Evehema, and Dan Katchongva) who revealed Hopi prophecies for the future, to the general public in 1946, after the use of the first two nuclear weapons on Japan


    First, you will hear Zula ( a mixed blood Cherokee) introduce the late Tuscarora 6 Nations Faithkeeper Wallace "Mad Bear" Anderson, the spiritual founder of The American Indian Movement. Zula braved Dickey Wilson's G.O.O.N. Squad five times in 1973 to take supplies to the blockaded protesters during The Siege at Wounded Knee.


    Wallace "Mad Bear" Anderson (November 9, 1927 - December 10, 1985), was a merchant seaman, traveled internationally in the 50s and 60s, and wove together a global alliance of Indigenous elders, which became known as The White Roots of Peace Gatherings.


    Speaker Joseph Warm South Wind, Mixteca (Jose Rivera) yet lives - in San Francisco, California.


    The Late Janet McCloud (Nisqually, also known as Yet-Si-Blue, March 30, 1934–November 25, 2003) was a prominent Native American and indigenous rights activist. Her activism helped lead to the 1974 Boldt Decision, for which she was dubbed, "the Rosa Parks of the American Indian Movement."


    The Late Mildred Rhoades was one of the 17 original distributees owned land on the Redding Rancheria California, commonly known as the “flat”, when the Tribe was re-recognized by the federal government in 1986.

  • 01:54

    Pt 2 - Mad Bear Anderson, Janet McCloud, Mildred Rhoades - 1972 Unity Caravan

    in Spirituality

    Prerecorded August 1972 in West Jordan, Utah


    The late Hopi Spokesperson Zula Brinkerhoff, (passed April 08, 2002) author of "Gods' Chosen People in America," was the adopted daughter of the late David Monongye, Son of Yukiuma, keeper of the Fire Clan tablets, who founded Hotevilla in 1906. Gr. David is one of four Hopis (Thomas Banyacya, Dan Evehema, and Dan Katchongva) who revealed Hopi prophecies for the future, to the general public in 1946, after the use of the first two nuclear weapons on Japan


    You will hear Mad Bear introduce Howard Prune, Janet McCloud and Mildred Rhoades.


    Wallace "Mad Bear" Anderson (November 9, 1927 - December 10, 1985), was a merchant seaman, traveled internationally in the 50s and 60s, and wove together a global alliance of Indigenous elders, which became known as The White Roots of Peace Gatherings.


    The Late Janet McCloud (Nisqually, also known as Yet-Si-Blue, March 30, 1934–November 25, 2003) was a prominent Native American and indigenous rights activist. Her activism helped lead to the 1974 Boldt Decision, for which she was dubbed, "the Rosa Parks of the American Indian Movement."


    The Late Mildred Rhoades was one of the 17 original distributees owned land on the Redding Rancheria California, commonly known as the “flat”, when the Tribe was re-recognized by the federal government in 1986.


    Our sincerest thanks go out to Zula Brfinkerhoff's relative Jacob Conterio of Chiapas, MX for providing this archival recording.

  • 01:51

    Pt 1 - Mad Bear Anderson, Thomas Banyacya, Janet McCloud - 1972 Unity Caravan

    in Self Help

    Prerecorded August 1972 in West Jordan, Utah


    The late Hopi Spokesperson Zula Brinkerhoff, (passed April 08, 2002) author of "Gods' Chosen People in America," was the adopted daughter of the late David Monongye, Son of Yukiuma, keeper of the Fire Clan tablets, who founded Hotevilla in 1906. Gr. David is one of four Hopis (Thomas Banyacya, Dan Evehema, and Dan Katchongva) who revealed Hopi prophecies for the future, to the general public in 1946, after the use of the first two nuclear weapons on Japan


    First, you will hear Zula ( a mixed blood Cherokee) introduce the late Tuscarora 6 Nations Faithkeeper Wallace "Mad Bear" Anderson, the spiritual founder of The American Indian Movement. Zula braved Dickey Wilson's G.O.O.N. Squad five times in 1973 to take supplies to the blockaded protesters during The Siege at Wounded Knee.


    Wallace "Mad Bear" Anderson (November 9, 1927 - December 10, 1985), was a merchant seaman, traveled internationally in the 50s and 60s, and wove together a global alliance of Indigenous elders, which became known as The White Roots of Peace Gatherings.


    Speaker Joseph Warm South Wind, Mixteca (Jose Rivera) yet lives - in San Francisco, California.


    The Late Janet McCloud (Nisqually, also known as Yet-Si-Blue, March 30, 1934–November 25, 2003) was a prominent Native American and indigenous rights activist. Her activism helped lead to the 1974 Boldt Decision, for which she was dubbed, "the Rosa Parks of the American Indian Movement."


    The Late Mildred Rhoades was one of the 17 original distributees owned land on the Redding Rancheria California, commonly known as the “flat”, when the Tribe was re-recognized by the federal government in 1986.


    Our sincerest thanks go out to Zula Brfinkerhoff's relative Jacob Conterio of Chiapas, MX for providing this archival recording.

  • 02:05

    Memories of Mad Bear Anderson: A Medicine Man for All Time and All Nations

    in Paranormal

    Wallace Mad Bear Anderson from the Tuscarora tribe of the Iroquois Nation was one of the great Medicine Men of all time. He had a deep understanding of nature and Spirit. 


    Author Doug Boyd describes him as having a name that suited him, a name given to him by his grandmother due to his bad temper.


     "Mad Bear did not at all match my image of him.  I had never seen anyone quite like him before, yet it seemed very reasonable to me that there should be such a person.  His name suited him, or perhaps it was the other way around." ~Doug Boyd


    Mad Bear was recognized as a highly sophisticated, articulate, and skilled Medicine Man who traveled widely and lived and studied with Druids, Vikings,Tibetans, Hindu yogis, and various aboriginal peoples.  He was the catalyst for much healing, both personal and global.


    "The purpose of good medicine is to make it simple. There's no need to create any opposing destructive force; that only makes more negative energy and more results and more problems.”  ~Mad Bear Anderson


    Join us tonight as Supernatural Girlz Patricia Baker and Becky Andreasson speak with Mad Bear’s apprentice and Sacred Son, Michael Bastine on Memories of Mad Bear.

  • 00:21

    Life's Short Stories

    in Entertainment

    This is Audio Art for your entertainment and purchasing. This tale's brought back by much popular demand. It seems like you can't get enough of the mean clergy colonel who, without batting an eye, would lay you low. Let me again tell you that this tale is strictly a work of fiction, no matter what you think you've heard or even seen, and bear no resemblance on any events and characters.


     

  • 00:56

    BASSIST JULIAN VAUGHN

    in Entertainment

    One of the most stylish and creative lead bassists of this wonderful time in C-jazz is the rising star Julian Vaughn whose fluid bass runs and compositions always seem to hit that special nerve in you that’s reserved for the smooth groove. Here on his latest released,Limitless, he continues to serve it up in abundance.


    Bringing in a few luminaries from his Trippin N Rhythm/Cutmore Records family (saxmen Lebron and Darren Rahn, keyboardist Nicholas Cole, and flutist Althea Rene) along with saxmen Marcus Anderson and Elan Trotman, the bassist loads up with heavy grooves and romantic seductions.


    The up-tempo but easy ridin’ lead track “Ride Along” firmly complements tracks like the energetic “Initiate” and calls a cool timeout for the fluid entrance of the more laid back romance-laden offering “All to Myself” and the mid-tempo R&Bish “Ecstacy.”


    Vaughn’s wonderful tribute to the late great Wayman Tisdale shows how much of an impact the jovial and greatly talented Tisdale had on Vaughan.
    We all love a great up-tempo jam, and Vaughn certainly offers his share here, but his skill with crafting slow- to mid-tempo tracks with tons of melody like the previously mentioned “All to Myself,” “I Will,” and “Say Yes” is equally as powerful and full of charm.


    Here is a bassist who is doing it the right way…feeling the genre and the groove and how it moves him and his music to always strive for excellence. As the album title could imply, his potential is truly Limitless. – Ronald Jackson, The Smooth Jazz Ride.

  • 01:11

    Habs360

    in Sports

    @Habs360 is a weekly podcast on the Montreal Canadiens hosted by Chris G (@chrisg1980). It is the most interactive and informative Canadiens podcast as we take your phone calls (1-877-455-4945) and read your tweets (@Habs360). 


    This week's topics:



    Canadiens drop the last 2 games against the Senators after taking a 3-0 lead
    Is it time for the Canadiens to panic?
    Craig Anderson winning the goalie matchup versus Carey Price
    Powerplay struggles continue into the playoffs.
    and lots more!

  • 01:31

    Reconnecting Your Dreams. Popular in Demand on The Morning Glory IVOHope

    in Self Help

    This week’s discussion is about empowering The Today’s aspiring entrepreneurs!!!! Did you know exploring avenues of creativity to find your passion is likely the quickest route to increase your change of Launching a successful business? The question is where do YOU start? Does it originate from a thought, dream and later turn into ones passion?


    Today on Demand....... Darlene A. Anderson shares with us the importance of “RECONNECTING TO YOUR DREAMS” VIA of keeping your DREAMS ALIVE!!!  


     


     


     


     


     

  • 00:55

    A Life-Changing Journey With 5 Business Builders: Week 4/53 Divine Choice

    in Goals

    Join us for a year-long series with five business builders known as Team Clarity, led by Christina Ervin.  Each week Team Clarity shares this journey with you for two primary reasons:



    they want those they hold near and dear to know about the changes they're making on multiple levels.  As they change, by listening to these classes, people who know Team Clarity members may opt to change along with them. 
    to share their stories with you. Follow their stories and life lessons to awaken all sorts of ah-ha's for you too!


    Our fourth show reveals a powerful secret to make healthy choices.  What is this secret?  How does this secret help or hurt us?  Listen and learn!


    Before you go, kindly consider:



    following this series by clicking on the Follow button near the top of this page.
    following us on Twitter and Google+
    clicking to access on all our on-demand shows.


    Music: Open Those Bright Eyes, Motivator and World Vice by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0.