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All Hurricanes originate off the coast of West Africa from the cape Verdi Islands. The scared Mer-Ka-Ba (water house) and the Menet are the Power of Spiritual connections between Egyptian historical events and the Power of the storm called Katrina is vivid to those of us who study the mystics. As I was speaking yesterday about the spirituality of Black People in New Orleans I realized that most people haven’t a clue of what true African Spirt is. So I am going to take it way back to that time when we worshipped the concepts of our ancestors we will compare the Mississippi Delta to the Nile Delta. To our Ancestors, the time of the Menet Necklace or the beaded collar, in New Orleans this culture is alive but buried. Did it ever occur to Black People who created the MARDI GRAS to coincide with the Epiphany or the Theophany means in the Greek language “Vision of God”. The beads thrown during the celebration are representative of the Menet given by Thoth to Hathor or the Daughter of Ra who was the EYE of Ra. " The deaths of so many Black People at the time before Katrina can be compared to Hathor warrior daughter of Ra who killed so many human beings it was said that she walked in Egypt and the blood of men was as high as her thigh high boots. To stop her from killing all of man Ra gave her in marriage to his most valiant warrior Horus or Thoth in the Greek language. The word Theophany derived its meaning from the legend from our ancestors of the Menet Necklace of Hathor given to her by Horus as a symbol of peace and unconditional love. She is represented as the River for it is said that it was a river of blood of men that she walked through. This is the same spirit called Ochoun that lives in the rivers of the world by the Youraba and it is a more ancient version. The Mississippi Delta the Nile Delta?
On Thursday 3rd September at 12 noon CT (7 pm SA time) we will talk with Nico Sagnelli of South African Family Relief Project.
Nico will give us an update on the terrible state of the white squatter camps and what is being done about them
A radio-active forum where new (original) music are played by Artists On Da Rise. This Blog Talk Radio Show purpose is to make the audience aware of Artists music that you can hear on the radio... We have so many great Artists out there with amazing songs but they don't have a platform to play it on because the major radio stations around the world is controlled by corporate money. We at ARTISTS ON DA RISE is here for independent Artist with great music. We are an advocate of independent music. Make sure to tune in and give support to the up and coming artists.
The Black Lives Matter campaign is expanding to a global peace movement, to be launched this weekend in Chicago at the African Festival of the Arts. The aim is to draw frustrated, angry youth who are exploding into acts of violence. Organizers say young people can be helped to channel their frustration into an effective movement for peace. Dr. Bambata Shakoor Abdullah discusses the strategy to attract young people to the new peace movement.
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NWP welcomes super chef, Pierre Thiam!
Chef, restaurateur, and cookbook author, Pierre Thiam was raised in Dakar, Senegal, a bustling and culturally diverse metropolis on the west coast of Africa. Although he developed an interest in the culinary arts at an early age, he studied physics and chemistry from the city’s Cheikh Anta Diop University. Thiam moved to New York in the late 1980s where he began working in a number of restaurants. His bottom-level entry steadily led upward, and by 2001 he opened his first restaurant, Yolele, a visionary African bistro in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. His second outlet, Le Grand-Dakar Restaurant followed, opening in neighboring Clinton Hill three years later; it quickly became a culinary and cultural locus for Africans from the continent and the Diaspora. Currently he owns Pierre Thiam Catering, which introduces a diverse, savvy New York clientele to contemporary interpretations of ethnic flavors; he also serves as consulting chef for a number of restaurants in the City and beyond. http://PierreThiam.com
The Forgiveness Dr., dr. michael and jeanie ryce are the founder and director of HeartLand, a self-healing center in the Ozark mountains. He is a world renowned lecturer and teacher on health and healing, with doctorates in Naturopathic Medicine and in Holistic Philosophy. The focus of his studies has combined bodymind principles, physics and ancient Aramaic studies into a unique body of pioneering work in the fields of self-healing, healing through relationships, anger and grief resolution, world peace and the inner process of Forgiveness. For more information visit www.whyagain.com
FOOTBALL, FOOTBALL AND MORE FOOTBALL!
Join us as Alex Carrington, defensive tackle for the Buffalo Bills, joins us to talk about the new season! He was drafted by the Bills in the third round of the 2010 NFL Draft. He played college football at Arkansas State and he's on Sports Palooza! Can't miss this!
We also talk about Will Smith's new movie "CONCUSSION" which has everyone buzzing about the effect it will have on the NFL; the new season of THE LEAGUE; "LIVING THE FANTASY," a documentary about FANTASY FOOTBALL and, of course, FOOTBALL!
With that whole back to school energy in the air, us DIGs (Divine It Girls) got to talking about how that first day of school in a new grade or new school could feel so tremendously awkward. Often, when we're in the upleveling process, entering a new level can feel awkward, and let me tell ya, honey, sometimes it is nowhere near pretty! But there's power in the ugliness and we want to show you how to access it. We'll "DIG" in, bring our A game for ya (that would be awkward AND awesome in this case!), and maybe get a little ugly so you can see the greatness that can come out of it. Join me, Jessica Nevins (http://www.jessicanevins.com) and my lovely badass co-host, Therese Tucker (http://www.blythestarlight.com) for a fun-filled, tip and trick packed show, yo.
Want even more amazingness in your life? Therese and I have created an EPIC 8-week telecourse to completely rock your world and create a red carpet life with all access to power, purpose and wealth. Learn more here: https://jessicanevins.leadpages.co/dig9915/
And as always, after the show, you can find us hanging out on Facebook. Our Divine It Girl Radio Page has launched, so put yo hands up to celebrate and holla at us! Here's the link: http://www.facebook.com/divineitgirlradio
What does it being an entrepreneur mean to you?
Financial security? Freedom to call the shots? Innovate? Expand into new products and markets? Sell to the highest bidder and buy an island in the sun? “Live the dream?”
Join host Hanna Hasl-Kelchner explore the magical and elusive mix of skills called entrepreneurship that can't be bottled or stuffed into a spreadsheet with serial entrepreneur and blu Cigs founder, Jason Healy.
Discover the business principles he applied to transform his 2009 dream of an electronic cigarette into the number one electronic cigarette in the US and a $135 million buyout by a Big Tobacco company in 2012, plus the down to earth advice he has for entrepreneurs like you to achieve more business success.
Jason’s Twitter profile says he is an aspiring recluse. As a result, it’s a great privilege and honor to have him share his wisdom and entrepreneurial insights on Business Confidential.
This program is proudly sponsored by the Legal Leverage® Academy, a division of Business M.O., LLC.
What does it take to be a woman with her own foundry and an artist? Join us as artist and foundress Insun Kim talks about art, metal, pouring bronze, and sculpting with stainless steel nails.
Insun Kim was born in South Korea. She studied painting at the Arts Students League in New York City. It was later, however, when she was working at the Tallix Art Foundry in Peekskill NY that she was first introduced to sculpture, working with great artists such as Reubin Kankian, Isamu Nogachi, John Chamberlain, Nancy Graves, and Frederick Douglas. These interactions proved to be some of the best and most valueable lessons she could have. She is a self-taught sculptor, highly skilled welder, and fabricator. Over the years, she has worked with many other materials such as wax and clay, but metal has always been the most appealing to her.
Insun Kim's work is based on her own experiences. Her work relates to themes of life and being alive. She says, "As a woman it is expected that you marry, have children and raise a family. There are many ups and downs in life whether they be the little everyday annoyances or the absolutely dreadful. My art has been there for me throughout such times and has provided me with a positive route to express myself. I love nature and being outdoors, and I also truly respect and cherish what god has made for us. From time to time I will find natural objects that seem to radiate beauty in their own way. It is my hope and my aim to merge this natural beauty with my personal experiences to produce an art, my art, which can channel and display both influences together."
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