• Do U Have A Greenwood/Rosewood Plan ?

    in Real Estate

    Today on "It's My House" we shall ask the question: "Do You Have A Greenwood/Rosewood Plan ?" 


    For those of you who do not know Greenwood was a "neighborhood" located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This neighborhood is known by it's more popular name, which is Black Wall Street.  In 1921 this neighborhood was destroyed via urban rioting. Parts of the neighborhood was rebuilt, however this neighborhood never returned 100% to it's formal glory. 


    Rosewood was a township located on the west of Florida. In 1923 this township was destroyed via rioting as well, however now it is a ghost town.


    We shall take a look both of these events and what we need to do today so we are not victims.

  • 01:09

    Trust Factors: Mandela v MLK v Rosewood v BWS

    in Real Estate

    Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss "Trust Factors", that is why we should ALL set up Trust entities to protect ourselves, protect our families, and protect our legacies. We shall use four cases to study.



    The Nelson Mandela Family Trust
    Infighting by the children of Martin Luther King
    Rosewood, Florida
    The Greenwood neighborhood of Tulsa, Oklahoma better known as Black Wall Street


    Have pen and paper ready to take notes and listen for our play back on: www.waterassetsradio.com


    Feel free to call in as well during the podcast.

  • 01:31

    International Psychic Natasha Rosewood

    in Spirituality

    Have you ever wondered if its possible to communicate to the other side, to your deceased family and friends?  Is there a heaven where we go after death?  International Psychic Natasha Rosewood discusses these subjects and provides free readings at 374-637-2650.
    As a world traveler, linguist and resident of five countries, Natasha Rosewood has studied people of many beliefs and cultures. Whether through writing books and columns, communicating through her TV and radio shows, seminars and special event talks, facilitating psychic development workshops or tuning into a client's energy, Natasha's mission is to empower people to utilize the full power of their minds by engaging their inherent intuitive abilities. Natasha has two book available:
    "Aaagh! I Think I'm Psychic (And You Can Be Too)" and "Aaagh! I thought You Were Dead (And Other Psychic Adventures),"  and she's working on two more books.
    Visit Natasha’s website at: www.natashapsychic.com

  • Why ask Why?

    in Current Events

    Why didn't she tell or why didn't she press charges? These are two questions that I cringe when women are violated and they come forward with allegations or the truth. I decided to do this show because of a male caller on another show who seemed to be very knowlegeable of the law decided to be vocal about why women do not press charges in Domestic Violence cases. He of course went in the direction of women who have lied and used the legal system to their advantage. I was screaming to myself that he was so off base. We all know how devastating a lie can be. Rosewood right here in Florida was destroyed and burned down because of a lie. While we know that some may do this. I am more focused that women who are telling the truth and cannot get justice or even be believed. We can't even consider the possibility of the truth which is irresponsible. I will speak about my own personal story. I will also speak about a certain story that is in the news. We have to get out of this thinking of that someone is always out to get someone or bring a person down. We have to stop questioning victims like they are doing something wrong because a popular celebrity may be involved. Rule of Law states that NO ONE is above the law. So if you break the law no matter who you are then you should be held accountable and punished accordingly. It really upsets especially when it is women who are accusing other women of lying when most of us have been violated in one way or another. I am simply saying that you should entertain the possibilty that they may be telling the truth.

  • 00:31

    Rosewater Review and Discussion

    in Entertainment

    Jon Stewart's directorial debut. Rosewood is the true story of journalist Maziar Bahari's capture and imprisonment in 2009 in Iran. Based on nothing more than his 'bearing witness' to the demonstrations following Iran's elections and his interview with Jason Jones of the Daily Show.

  • 01:30

    Manifest Dreams with Psychic Natasha Rosewood

    in Spirituality

    Have you always dreamed of having a successful career, the perfect job, a new home, new car or a loving relationship but you find it impossible to have such things?  Don't despair--international psychic Natasha Rosewood returns to discuss the steps for manifesting those dreams.
    As a world traveler, linguist and resident of five countries, Natasha has studied people of many beliefs and cultures. Whether through writing books and columns, communicating through her TV and radio shows, seminars and special event talks, facilitating psychic development workshops or tuning into a client's energy, Natasha's mission is to empower people to utilize the full power of their minds by engaging their inherent intuitive abilities. Natasha has two book available:
    "Aaagh! I Think I'm Psychic (And You Can Be Too)" and
    "Aaagh! I thought You Were Dead (And Other Psychic Adventures)"
    Visit Natasha’s website at: www.natashapsychic.com
     

  • 02:03
  • 01:04

    We Can All Be Psychic with Psychic Natasha Rosewood

    in Spirituality

    Join international psychic Natasha Rosewood as she discusses her remarkable psychic gift, the premonitions she's been given through the years and her contact with those on the "other side" in her books, Aaagh! I think I'm Psychic, and Aaagh! I thought You Were Dead.    
    We all have intuition, perhaps even a psychic ability. So why don't we use it? Fear of the unknown, fear of losing control, fear of meeting our dark side or the fear instilled in humankind during the Spanish Inquisition that still sits in our cellular memory and holds power over our otherwise unlimited minds? In this enlightening, entertaining and empowering book, Natasha brings the word "psychic" out of the witch's closet and into the light of the New Age.
    Website:  www.NatashaPsychic.com
     
     

  • 01:50

    Goins Book, Author Cynthia Goins Hoelescher

    in Social Networking

    Cynthia Goins Hoelescher, an author, historian and descendant of the Murchison/Goins family. Cyndie will share details of her familial ties and her upcoming chapter of the Goins Book. Her lines are from Pocket Creek, North Carolina. These include Daniel Goins (1824-1907) who married Margaret Goins (1839-1891) and descendents. Rebecca Goins (1829-1921) who married Benjamin Goins. Margaret Goins was the daughter of William and Kissiah Sinclair Goins whose lines left Moore County after the Civil War. William and Kissiah died in Indiana, but their children may be found in Kentucky, Missouri and one child took the Oregon Trail and settled in Pitt, Oregon. Daniel and Rebecca Goins are children of Leah Goins (1790-1864). Leah had at least one other son, John Goins who immigrated to Texas in the 1850's shortly before Leah's brother, William Goyens, Jr died in Nacogdoches, Texas. Also from Pocket Creek, Moore County, NC are the Rosewood Massacre ancestor Goinses, Ed, Martin and Lucien Goins who learned turpentine distillery from the Murchison plantation owners (thought to be the White contributors to these illegitimate children of Leah Goins). Leah and her daughter Rebecca Goins were labeled as Croatan Indians in vital records of Moore County, NC and their descendents have been elected Lumbee council members.


    For more information about these families, please visit Cyndie's blog here http://cghoelscher.backintyme.biz/


    Visit Backintyme.biz to order a copy of Carolina Genesis, Beyond The Color Line where Cyndie writes about the Goins family or many other wonderful titles and further reading suggestions at our book store. www.backintyme.biz

  • 02:57

    Tribute to Aaliyah on Underground Wednesday

    in Radio

    Aaliyah Dana Haughton (January 16, 1979 – August 25, 2001) was an American singer, dancer, actress, and model. She was born in Brooklyn, New York, and raised in Detroit, Michigan. At the age of 10, she appeared on the television show Star Search and performed in concert alongside Gladys Knight. At age 12, Aaliyah signed with Jive Records and her uncle Barry Hankerson's Blackground Records. After Hankerson signed a distribution deal with Jive Records, he signed Aaliyah to his Blackground Records label at the age of 12. Hankerson later introduced her to recording artist and producer R. Kelly, who became Aaliyah's mentor, as well as lead songwriter and producer of the album, which was recorded when she was 14. With the release of Age Ain't Nothing but a Number, rumors circulated of a relationship between Aaliyah and R. Kelly. Shortly after, there was speculation about a secret marriage with the release of "Age Ain't Nothing but a Number" and the adult content that Kelly had written for Aaliyah. On August 25, 2001, Aaliyah and the eight others on board—pilot Luis Morales III, hair stylist Eric Forman, Anthony Dodd, security guard Scott Gallin, video producer Douglas Kratz, stylist Christopher Maldonado, and Blackground Records employees Keith Wallace and Gina Smith—were all killed. After the service, 22 white doves were released to symbolize each year of Aaliyah's life. Aaliyah was interred in a private room at the end of a corridor in the Rosewood Mausoleum at the Ferncliff Cemetery in Hartsdale, New York. The inscription at the bottom of Aaliyah's portrait at the funeral read: "We Were Given a Queen, We Were Given an Angel."

  • 01:30

    HONORED TO HAVE KEN SAGOES

    in Movies

    Ken Sagoes, born in Stockbridge, Georgia and raised in Atlanta, is an award winning writer and actor who has over 100 film, TV, and stage credits.

    He attended Kennesaw State University and studied writing and directing under the UCLA Extension program. Sagoes also studied under two entertainment legends, Edmund J. Cambridge and Marlon Brando.

    He's a former staff writer with Paramount Television, won a CableAce Award and was a HUMANITAS Prize Finalist for writing and co-starring in Disney Channel's "On Promised Land".

    Sagoes has written fourteen plays and over thirty-five screenplays. As a stage actor, he has received several awards, including a NAACP Theater nomination for Ted Lange's critically acclaimed play, "George Washington's Boy".

    In film, he is best known for the role of "Kincaid", one of the Dream Warriors in the classic horror films, A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET, 3 & 4, making him the first African-American actor to survive a major horror film and return for a sequel. He's also known for John Singleton's "ROSEWOOD" as the loveable "Big Baby" and the role of "Darryl" with Martin Lawrence in the hit series, "What's Happening Now".

    In 1997, Sagoes founded GBC-Giving Back Corporation, a 501 (c) 3 organization that helps send inner city youth to summer camp and helps pay for books and supplies for college bound students. GBC also gives an Annual Toast/Roast to honor entertainment pioneers who have paved the way.

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