• 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.

  • 00:14

    ALGONQUIN ELDER MIKE BASTINE: Sacred Waters Hold Earth's Destiny in the Balance

    in Religion

    ?Now, those unfamiliar with Native American spirituality may hear things you may think are just nuts but consider this: Why did Smithsanian/Harvard Astrophysicist Rudy Schilds come to the Elders several years ago, wanting to know where WE, a bunch of blanket Indians, got OUR information? We have had Rudy's attention for several years now. NOW, more and more academics are getting a clue, and a few are getting panicky... and are asking privately what do we do next? Mike tells them, "We would be glad to share the answers with you, but the answers are not market driven, so you might not like the answers!"


    The answers may just lie in one simple "break glass when all hope seems lost" ceremony Mad Bear shared with Mike long ago. 


    Mike Bastine is an Algonquin who was Mad Bear Anderson's what white folks call "apprentice" but what Injuns call "shit boy." He hung around with the Tuscarora Seer Mad Bear's household so much that he became family to Mad Bear. That was 40 years ago. 


    Nowadays, Mike is STILL Learning from the seeming "everyday" experiences that occured 40 years ago. Every once in a while, Mike has an "ah hah" moment as Creator reveals something "new" that he was shown 40 years ago.


     

  • 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.

  • 00:31

    UFC on Fox 14 recap, new #1 contender at 205, UFC 183: Silva vs Diaz breakdown

    in MMA

    This week the Majority Decision brings you UFC on Fox 14 recap. Anthony Johnson ran right through Alexander Gustafsson to become the number one contender in the 205 pound division, we will discuss how he did it and how he stacks up against Jon Jones. Dan Henderson fell to Gegard Mousasi in a controversial finish. What is next for the MMA legend? Next week at UFC 183 the greatest off all time, Anderson Silva returns to face Nick Diaz. We will take a look at this UFC dream fight.


    Listen to the Majority Decision every Sunday night at 10 PM central. Subscribe now!  

  • 00:30

    Old Time Radio Show Father Knows Best; The Skunk Has To Go

    in Books

    Join us for this delightful comedy of a Father Knows Best


    Father Knows Best is an American radio and television comedy series, which portrayed a middle class family life in the Midwest. Created by writer Ed James in the 1940s, and ran on radio from 1949 to 1954 and on television from 1954 to 1960.


    The series began August 25, 1949, on NBC Radio. Set in the Midwest, it starred Robert Young as the General Insurance agent Jim Anderson. His wife Margaret was first portrayed by June Whitley and later by Jean Vander Pyl. The Anderson children were Betty (Rhonda Williams), Bud (Ted Donaldson), and Kathy (Norma Jean Nilsson). Others in the cast were Eleanor Audley, Herb Vigran and Sam Edwards. Sponsored through most of its run by General Foods, the series aired Thursday evenings on NBC until March 25, 1954.


    Copyright Notice: We do not own the copyright to the show. The copyright (if was obtained) has passed and expired. This show is in the public domain most likely because there was no copyright. We do not sell or charge for airing the show, it has been provided for educational and entertainment purposes of Old Time Radio Shows.


     

  • 00:31

    Mwamba World Outreach Presents: It Shall Be Even As It Was Told Me.

    in Radio

    ACTS 27: 13- 44  THE STORM AT SEA.  


    vs.  13.  And when the South wind blew softly, supposing that they had their purpose, loosing thence , they sailed close by Crete.


    vs.  14.  But not long after there arose against it   tempestous wind, called  Euroclydon.  vs.  15.  And when the ship was caught, and could not bear up into the wind, we let her drive.  vs. 16.  And running under a certain island which is called Clauda,  we had much work to come by the boat:   vs. 17.  Which when they had taken up, they used helps, undergirding the ship; and fearing lest they should fall into the quick sands, strake sail and we were driven.

  • 00:12

    Legends Cricket cont'd

    in Sports

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