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On this edition of Soul Winner Radio, Tony will interview his friend, Jorge Vasquez. Jorge, by all worldly accounts, should have been a statistic. He was a member of one of the world's most notorious and dangerous street gangs, both in Honduras and Los Angeles. He was also an interstate drug runner, until he was arrested and sent to prison.
While in prison, Jorge heard the gospel of Jesus Christ and came to genuine repentance and faith. His story of salvation by the grace of God alone, through faith alone, in Jesus Christ alone will encourage and challenge you.
Christian: this will be an episode you will want to share with your unsaved friends.
MON JUNE 29TH
" IN THE RAW :
Street Art "
Before it became absorbed by contemporary artist, it BELONGed TO THE STREETS! Bringing You Back to how it all started when Graffiti was called vandalism, & BEFORE Spray painting bikes, cars, and boards turned into the once popular show, " Pimp My Ride"
Special Guest JAMES TOP infamous Graffiti Artist, will tell the OURstory of Street Art in America, his part in it, and how he has transitioned his work into the NOW.
Along with A few other Street Artist, and Music to go w/ it.
PLUS WE WANT TO SEE YOUR ART KICKS!
You those BEAT-UP SNEAKERS with paint, glue, or whatever all over them that you love so much? Flood the NVT event wall w/ these pics for a DIGITAL EXHIBITION leading up to the showcase. The BEST KICKS get a SPECIAL PRIZE!
Hosted by "BE" The Poet & Visual Artist
9PM EST / 6PM PSD
CALL (347)996.5097 to LISTEN AND TALK to the host
OR Listen Online
MISSED THE EPISODE
ONLY IN THE HEAT: Summer Shenanigans
No worries Catch the Archived version.
LINK ( ) #NVT #FourAcesPresents
For G_d, For Country, For Freedom.
(Now your nightmare comes to life)
Dragged ya down below
Down to the devil's show
To be his guest forever
(Peace of mind is less than never)
Hate to twist your mind
But God ain't on your side
And old acquaintance severed
(Burn the world your last endeavor)
Flesh is burning
You can smell it in the air
Cause men like you have
Such an easy soul to steal (steal)
So stand in line while
They ink numbers in your head
You're now a slave
Until the end of time here
Nothing stops the madness,
Turning, haunting, yearning
Pull the trigger
You should have known
The price of evil
And it hurts to know
That you belong here, yeah
Ooh, it's your fuckin' nightmare
On this episode of The Freak Show, Ryan and Holly are joined by Josh Detwiler of Translating Phantoms.
Ever since I was a little kid I’ve always been into the paranormal. I can remember watching shows like Unsolved Mysteries and my favorite episodes were always the ones about ghosts and UFOs. Even though they scared the crap out of me, I couldn’t stop watching. The question of “do ghosts exist” has never really been a question for me. I have always believed. Growing up I played a lot of sports, I was involved in things that were more “the norm” for most people, but I was always drawn to the paranormal, it was always in the back of my mind. My teachers would get frustrated with me because the only books I wanted to read were things like Goosebumps and the Scary Stories series, I could never get into any of the books we were required to read. As I got older the paranormal still stuck with me, the ghost hunting shows started to pop up and I couldn’t help but watch them every time they were on. After watching those for so many years one day the thought just popped into my head that it was time to quit relying on TV and it was time to find out if this stuff was for real for myself, so I jumped in head first, investigating anywhere I thought could be haunted.
Now that I have years of investigating under my belt I do have some answers, but it seems the more I investigate the more questions I end up having. I always keep an open mind and remind myself every chance I get that even though I have my own opinions about the paranormal, I could be wrong. The only thing that is 100% fact in the paranormal is that nothing is 100% fact. None of us really know what is on the other side or what the other side really is. Always seek the truth and more importantly always question those who claim to have found it, trust no one, not even me, and research everything for yourself.
On this epidoes of The Freak show, your hosts Ryan C Jones and Holly Mullins welcome special guest Dennis Estlock! Call in with your thoughts (347) 539-5549 and join the interactive chat room on our website www.IncubiIncarnate.com/FSlistenlive!
Dennis Estlock is a remote viewer and paranormal investigator...he is also the founder of Chicagoland Paranormal Researchers East - He is the the co-host of Full Spectrum Radio with Matt Maziarek which comes on every Wednesday night from 9-11 pm on the URN Radio network on Blogtalkradio.
Be sure to follow The Freak Show on Twitter @RHthefreakshow and connect with your hosts as well @HollyJ09 and @Rycj77! Follow the Incubi Incarnate Broadcast Network @IncubiIncarnate for all of your latest show updates and news!
On this episode of The Freak Show with your hosts Ryan C Jones and Holly Mullins, they are joined by Peter McCarthy, the host of Creepy Little Book, a series about the crazy occult history of our world.
A Philadelphia native, Peter, has a chip on his shoulder and heart of gold. Peter spent ten years as the singer / song writer. A life long comic book and sci-fi nerd, he has been obsessed with the unexplained and esoteric every since he was a wee lad with a library card.
The show is about history, sorcery, ancient world & spirit world.The occult, UFOs & extraterrestrials. Mysteries, legends, monsters. Like a drunken philosopher, sometimes irreverent sometime scholarly, He wants to make you laugh! He wants to make you learn! He'll explore beliefs you may have never have known existed and sprinkle in a healthy dose of fun.
be sure to check out Creepy Little Bookon YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/user/creepylittlebook
Happy Father's Day from Ryan, Holly and all the staff at Incubi Incarnate Broadcast Network!
On this episode of The Freak Show, your hosts Holly Mullins and Ryan C Jones are welcomed by the lovely Dr. Rebecca Housel, The Pop Culture Professor!
Dr. Rebecca Housel, the #PopCultureProfessor, is an international best-selling author and editor; her work in popular culture is published in nine languages and sold in 30 countries (and counting). Housel is an award-winning professor with a 20-year career in the classroom. She is also a national pop culture expert for publications like the LA Times, USA Today, Vibe.com, Salon.com, and, the Huffington Post. Dr. Housel is also an international speaker for Comic Cons around the world; she is best known for her shows on the Whedonverse & the history of the supernatural in pop culture stretching back 12,000 years. The Doc was on tour with Wizard World for 3 years as the first female scholar in the U.S. to study comics and as the first female moderator for Comic Con. She has worked with a long list of celebrity clients, like Henry Winkler, James Hong, Michael Madsen, Sean Astin, Curtis Armstrong, Grant Wilson, James Marsters, Jason David Frank, and more.
To find out more about the good Doctor, visit www.RebeccaHousel.com and follow her on Twitter @DocHousel!
Our guest for this Sunday evening is our own native Houstonian, "Deric Muhammad." Deric Muhammad is an accomplished Houston-based Activist/Organizer who addresses issues on behalf of the black community and other poor and under-served disenfranchised communities concerning Social Justice, Police Brutality, Racial Inequality, and Black Male Development.
Deric Muhammad believes that man is given power for one reason; "To Serve Others!" Deric Muhammad has been, for years, seen on local and national television stations addressing the tough issues faced by Black people in America. He says that he is unashamed of his love for Black people and thanks God every day for giving him the honor of serving his community.
In 2009 he independently produced and starred in a critically acclaimed documentary called “Raising Boys: Tips for Single Moms” that addresses the plight of Black women raising sons in the absence of a father. He recently launched a Houston-based Black Male Initiative called Project FORWARD that focuses on Stopping Inner-City Violence and creating Economic Development. His writings have been published in many newspapers and he has currently released his first self-published book A.S.A.P (A Street Activist Perspective).
For more information on Brother Deric Muhammad and his work visit his website at www.dericmuhammad.com
LET'S GET READY TO EVOLVE INTO HIGHER CONSCIOUSNESS...