• 01:02

    SOL LUCKMAN ON CONSCIOUS EVOLUTION THROUGH ART, FICTION, AND NON-FICTION

    in Culture

    ENVISION THIS:  consciousness creates our world!


    Sol Luckman is a prolific visual artist and innovator in the field of ink painting as well as a critically acclaimed author of fiction and nonfiction. Sol’s paintings are expressionistic works on canvas and paper that inspire the imagination, uplift the spirit, and amaze the eye.  His vision of the world is deeply shamanic, as a place not wholly solid, but informed by a kinetic vibrancy that is fundamentally conscious.


    Sol’s non-fiction presents a conscious healing method called Regenetics, allowing us to potentiate our DNA.  He presents an unparalleled synthesis of modern and ancient healing wisdom for anyone interested in alternative medicine, energy healing, consciousness research, quantum biology, human evolution, or personal enlightenment.  Sol’s Conscious Healing is a bestselling, reader-friendly narrative that details his experience of chronic illness and miraculous recovery thanks to Regenetics.  It provides scientific substantiation for the work of alternative healers from many orientations, clearly and convincingly making the case for energy work in general.


    In his fiction, Sol calls on us to awaken from our mass cultural illusion before we self-destruct.  His newest novel, Snooze, takes us on a great adventure that opens our minds to the possibility that imagination, dreams, visions, paranormal experiences, and lucid dreaming may hold the keys to resolving the ecological, economic, social, and political deadlocks we are currently experiencing.  His Beginners Luke series illustrate the power of living in the imagination—for only through it can we reinvent ourselves and our world.

  • 01:00

    Acclaimed Author Sol Luckman

    in Entertainment

    Next up on V&V Radio: Sol Luckman! The author of such internationally acclaimed works as "Conscious Healing" and the "Beginner's Luke" series, Sol's writings have been hailed as "paradigm-reworking" and "revolutionary." His ultimate goal: to show the reader that, as individuals, we, too, have choices and potentials and that there are no boundaries or rules to limit us. Don't miss this enlightening treat!

  • 01:02

    SOL System Radio with MJ - Women Are Not Having Enough Orgasms

    in Self Help

    Women are capable of having an orgasm every second, for hours.That means staying in a constant orgasmic state. For hours. Why haven't most women ever experienced anything close to this?

    What are men and women doing wrong that causes women to not fulfill their potential in terms of their arousal and orgasm? And why should men care about the answers to these questions?

  • 01:43

    W.A.R MUSIC SHOW 2

    in Current Events

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    www.cafepress.com/kamau301 clothing, bookbags, etc for AFRIKA'S REASCENSION


    PARENTAL ADVISORY IS ADVISED! (The 'colorful language' is ALL used in proper context)
    Also, while we here at Afrika's Reascension DO NOT condone the use of the n-word, we give these artists who use it a pass when listened to within the total context of their song.


    PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE SUPPORT these artists, so they will put out more MAGNIFICENT MUSIC as what we are showcasing here:


    SA ROC- http://sarocthemc.com/
    TAHIR RBG- http://tahir.bandcamp.com/
    THE REAL LIL DEE- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_qeGZwnc8dKnY3y3GM4n7A
    AFU RAKA WAX- http://ayewax.bandcamp.com/
    K RINO- http://www.southparkcoalition.net/apps/webstore/
    UNITED FRONT- http://everythinguf.weebly.com/


    PLAYLIST


    --UNITED FRONT & CIPHA INCOMPLETE-Support The Revolution
    --AFURAKA WAX-Speak No Ifa
    --TAHIR RBG-Altar Work
    --SA ROC-Asaase Yaa-Great Mother
    -----------------------------
    --SA ROC-Supernova (remix)
    --UNITED FRONT feat. TAHIR RBG-The Hate That Hate Produced
    --K RINO-House Of The Enemy
    --REAL LIL DEE-White World Terror
    --------------------------------
    --K RINO-Operation Genocide
    --REAL LIL DEE-U Afrikan
    --TAHIR RBG-Afrika
    --SA ROC-NationTime
    -----------------------------------
    --TAHIR RBG-Is It Real
    --AFURAKA WAX-Give It Back
    --SA ROC-Dark Matterz
    --K RINO-Hidden Agenda
    -----------------------------
    --REAL LIL DEE-Black Power
    --TAHIR RBG-They Need You


    --REAL LIL DEE-The Sky Is Falling
    --K RINO-Grand Deception
     


     

  • 01:44

    SOL System Radio with MJ - Remember When the Nation of Islam Was Relevant?

    in Self Help

    Over the past 20 years, the talk in the barber shops and hair salons has gone from
    "We don't have no Black leaders left, except for Farrakhan."
    to
    "We don't have no Black leaders left (period)"

    What happened? Let's get into it? And where does the Black community go from here, without the guiding influence of its last beacon of hope?

  • 00:46

    love is live

    in Education

    While AElus' thunders round us roar,And sweep impetuous o'er the plainBe still, O tyrant of the main;Nor let thy brow contracted frowns betray,While my Susanna skims the wat'ry way.The Pow'rpropitioushearsthe lay,


    The blue-ey'd daughters of the sea
    With sweeter cadence glide along,
    And Thames responsive joins the song.
    Pleas'd with their notes Sol sheds benign his ray,
    And double radiance decks the face of day.
    To court thee to Britannia's arms
    Serene the climes and mild the sky,
    Her region boasts unnumber'd charms,
    Thy welcome smiles in ev'ry eye.
    Thy promise, Neptune keep, record my pray'r,
    Not give my wishes to the empty air.
     

  • 00:23

    Recording Gospel Artist Wess Morgan

    in Radio

    It could be his powerful, soulful voice, or his refreshing delivery that makes inspirational artist Wess Morgan such a thrill to bear witness to. Or maybe it’s because he has walked on a rough path—one that might have made another falter—that makes his music so moving, so unique, and so unforgettable. But one thing is for certain, Wess, by the grace of God, has proven that he is strong, resilient, and one of the most talented and anointed gospel / inspirational artists of this generation.


    Born in Mississippi, but raised in Tennessee by an extremely musical family—his parents Joseph and Yolanda, both pastors, sang in and out of church—Wess knew at a young age that music and God was destined to be an integral part of his life. Along with his siblings, he began traveling with his parents, as they ministered the word of God through music, teaching, and preaching in churches across the United States.


    But at the age of 11, Wess began experimenting with drugs and alcohol, eventually becoming addicted to cocaine and finding himself in and out of juvenile detention centers for most of his teens and 20s. It was while in jail, and about to be sentenced for seriously injuring his friends—in a horrifying car crash in which he was high, drunk, and speeding—that he spoke to God and God actually answered him. “I just cried out to God and asked Him to forgive me for what happened and to help me get straight,” Wess remembers. “I asked Him for a strategy and He spoke one word to me and that was ‘accountability.’ And I’ve been clean ever since.” Pursuing a singing career had always been a deep desire for Wess, but his addictions kept robbing him of the chance. After he beat his addiction, he finally went into the studio with Tre Corley, the pair ende up writing and producing Wess first sol project, "Look at Me Now!

  • 01:47

    SOL System Radio with MJ: What the hell happened to Hip Hop?

    in Self Help

    What sparked the Golden Era of Hip Hop (1988-1994), and what ended it?

    We will discuss HOW, WHEN, AND WHY the United States Government decided to shut down the revolutionary potential of Hip Hop; and how that has shaped the direction of Hip Hop music and culture since then. 

    And why do they play the same strip club songs on the radio over and over and over?

  • 01:47

    SOL System Radio with MJ - Polyamory and Homophobia

    in Self Help

    We're getting into topics that people are uncomfortable with talking about. 

    Why monogamy is stupid. Why so many people are lying about being "faithful" to their partners. 

    And why the Black community is so afraid of homosexuality.

    And what does Malcolm X have to do with this?

  • 01:47

    SOL System Radio - Debut Episode

    in Self Help

    This is the debut episode of SOL System Radio with your host, MJ. MJ is an energy healer and the founder of SOL System Tantra, as well as a songwriter and blogger. Tonight's show answers the questions "Why Black Power?" and "Why Tantra?".

    MJ delivers his Truth raw and uncut in a way that only he can do it.

    You can read the accompanying blogs at http://completeconstructivechange.com/2015/01/30/why-black-power/

    and

    http://completeconstructivechange.com/2015/02/08/why-tantra/

  • 00:30

    MXMGBTR - 2/12 "True Life Experiences" Atlanta & King District - Benjamin Graham

    in Education

    A show dedicated to "True Life Experiences." MINGXMEDIAGROUP welcomes, Mr. Benjamin Graham - Atlanta's "BigMouthBen," from Homeless to King Historic District "Business Owner."  


    "Ben is a business owner, entertainer, & motivational speaker - It’s no surprise that Benjamin has a love for music that has lasted for over 30 years. Benjamin begin playing classical music on the string bass at the age of 12 and the trombone at the age of 15. He did not stop there he moved on to writing and performing rap songs as a teen. Ben took his love of music to University of Georgia where he majored in journalism and made a name for himself as a DJ for the college radio station as well as the neighborhood parties. He also opened up for the popular group De La Sol. While in college Ben started his own company Profitable Publishing in which he released his first CD titled “Live Your Dream”.


    After 20 years of drug abuse, stints of homelessness under the Auburn Avenue & Fort Street Bridge, and multiple arrest, Ben decided enough was enough. He was ready to win in life.  He left the drugs behind and started moving forward.  Determined to tell his story and encourage others to win in life, he rode the famous Yellow Bike around the streets of Atlanta eight to ten hours a day selling chips and soda, cleaning windows and parking lots to finance his dream. Benjamin’s ingenious leadership and marketing skills on the inner city streets of Atlanta not only helped financed his company but conveyed the importance of an honest day’s work to achieve one’s dreams."


    A show like "No Other," MINGXMEDIAGROUPBTR!


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