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in this special episode we present the first of a series of writings from John Knowles. This short vignette tells the story of Audrey, a college age girl who considers taking riskay photos for her boyfriend. With attention to detail and relatable characters, John creates scenes built to pull the reader in like a quiet observer given a rare opportunity.
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Guest will be Foster Corder- Host on Foster's Animal World on www.rmconair.com Internet Radio & Host on CWAPB (Conversations with a Pit Bull). Animal Rights Activists, Award Winning Photographer, Filmmaker and Entertainment Executive. Hollywood's Best Kept Secrets..
Armed with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from The Chicago Academy of Fine Arts, Corder opened Fosters Pet and Animal Photography studio, becoming the first African-American to do so. The business was an instant success. His high profile clients included the Kal Kan companies and Carnation. The latter putting Corder on a nationwide tour to photograph racehorses and award-winning canines. Seeking new creative challenges, Corder dissolved his company and created Blackbird Films. He assembled a team of established and up and coming directors for such clients as Mc Donalds and the California Lottery. His staff included world-renowned director Gordon Parks as well as then newcomers, Kevin Hooks, Forrest Whitaker and Bill Duke and others. - See more at: http://www.productionhub.com/profile/foster-corder#sthash.3XFv9KqW.dpuf
Based on the success of Blackbird, Capitol Records made Corder a career offer he couldn't refuse when he was named Director of Video Production, becoming the first African-American hired as a film executive in the record industry. During his tenure at Capitol, Corder supervised a staff that would swell to hundreds of cast and crew members relevant to the production's completion. Corder produced music videos for Tina Turner, Paul McCartney, Bonnie Raitt and the highly successful, 'Too Legit to Quit' and 'Addams Groove' starring M.C. Hammer, as well as many others
Hailed as “impressive,” “jaw-dropping,” “masterpiece” and “elegant” by media and artists alike when the original hardcover version was released in October 2013, 108 Rock Star Guitars received widespread accolades for its overall design and the artistry of the images—up-close portraits of the cherished guitars belonging to some of the world’s most iconic players. American Photo magazine named it one of the “Best Photo Books of the Year” for 2013, while Brian Setzer called it, “The classiest guitar book I have ever seen.” Additionally, Johnson provides personal anecdotes describing her 17-year quest to photograph these guitars and documents her travels from the backstage hallways of some of the world’s most famous venues to the artists’ private homes.
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Can People Be Rid of Their Virus’, Bacteria, Fungi and Protozoans Via a Remote Process Using a Photograph? Tom Paladino Picks Up Where Nikola Tesla and Galen Hieronymus Left Off Their Scalar Energy Research, Creating an Instrument that Can Disassemble 40,000+ Harmful Pathogens in the Body
Paladino’s mission is no less than to heal the world—to eliminate pathogens in everyone’s bodies globally. And he believes it can be done! He has passionately pursued his quest to harness Scalar Energy since he was a child first reading about Tesla and today, through his diligent study, development, research trial and error, he has the revolutionary breakthrough that does, in fact, control and direct the remarkable quantum energetic force of Scalar Energy.
Join us in this episode of Pandora's Box where I will be interviewing Tom Paladino about his Amazing Life's Mission.
On the January 14, 2015 edition of "Nature Of Reality Radio" I welcome Fahrusha who is a renowned professional psychic whose extraordinary gifts of extrasensory perception have been celebrated and appreciated far and wide. She is listed as one of the 20 best psychics in Woman's Own Magazine and as one of New York's Psychic Superstars in New York Magazine. As well, her work has received rave reviews in Patricia Collins' book Psychic New York, in Hans Holzer's 2001 edition ofPsychic Pages and Scott Harney's Esoteric Guide to New York.
Fahrusha's remarkable abilities have stunned clients ranging from an impressive list of celebrities and business executives to everyday people of all sorts. She has traveled to sacred places around the world to receive powerful Earth energies and has studied the paranormal and its various forms and history extensively. Her own amazing insights into other people's lives are achieved with both traditional and esoteric methods. Tarot card reading and palmistry are her most common techniques but photograph reading, reading animals by touching them, making energy balancing jewelry and coaching clients in creative visualization are other techniques which she employs. She also writes a blog at http://fahrusha.wordpress.com and records a podcast with Kate Valentine. She is currently developing a deck of oracle cards unlike most on the market and holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from Louisiana State University. She is available for events and for private readings in person or by phone.
Fahrusha's site: http://www.fahrusha.com
Tom Paladino is an engineer and researcher who has been studying Scalar Energy for over 25 years. He has invented an instrument to harness powerful Scalar Energy that is capable of disassembling pathogens in your body such as herpes, staph infection Hepatitis C, Candida, fungus’s, viruses and common germs.
He only needs a photograph of you and he works on you remotely with this powerful energy. Working as an engineer, Tom has always resonated with the great scientist, Tesla, and is passionate and committed to harnessing this light energy for better human (and animal) health and to help fuel the Planet with much needed clean energy.
Tom Paladino's research and work with the scalar energy, began during his undergraduate years. He pursued a course of independent study in order to better understand and subsequently harness scalar energy.Scalar energy is also known as prana, chi, radiant energy, zero point energy, qi,orgone, eloptic.
After years of experimentation and modification, Tom Paladino has developed a technique using scalar energy that will transmute pathogens quickly and painlessly. This technique facilitates the use of photographs of people who desire to have pathogens transmuted in their bodies. Tom Paladino developed a treatment process whereby he is able to administer the scalar energy reverse-phase angle harmonic of a pathogen, thereby causing that agent of infection to disassemble or fall apart.
The adoption of the Declaration of Independence—237 years ago today—can sometimes feel like an event not just from another time, but from another world. As depicted in John Trumbull’s now-iconic 19th-century painting of the founding fathers in Philadelphia, collectively creating the framework for the nation’s revolutionary political system, such an act of open rebellion by prominent, wealthy and established figures is literally inconceivable to most living Americans.
The Revolutionary War, raging at that time, saw men young and old answer the Colonies’ call to fight the British redcoats. In their allegiance to the ideals of liberty, these rough troops — illustrated in countless paintings and drawings known to history students everywhere — shouldered the monumental task of defending a nation that was, in many respects, not yet truly born.
But as alien as that epoch might feel, time and again we’re reminded that the past is not always as distant as it so often seems.
In fact, some veterans who survived the Revolutionary War prospered well into their eighties, nineties and sometimes even beyond 100, living long enough to not only witness, but become part of, the era of the photograph.
First daguerreotypes, and then glass-plate negatives became popular in the 1840s and 1850s; by 1853, some 70 years after the great and improbable American victory over the British, more than 3 million daguerreotypes a year were being produced in the United States alone.
As these photographic means developed, and the generation that experienced the Revolution firsthand continued to dwindle, a desire to document these men — a rapidly vanishing, living link with history — emerged.
Paul Gaylon likes to be on the cutting edge. As President of Herbal Products & Development, he has studied herbs and formulated innovative herbal products and whole food concentrates for over 30 years. Through his extensive travels, he has become knowledgeable in native and foreign herbs. Paul has always been dedicated to implementing new concepts in health, nutrition, and herbology. Paul is an avid reader and researcher on the leading edge of herbal and health frontiers. His involvement in new product development in the U.S. has taken him to other countries for research and to photograph plants, herbs, and flora.
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Di started out photographing her son playing lacrosse when he was in 7th grade. Once he joined his high school lacrosse team, they had never had a parent who actually wanted to photograph the games,only pictures of their son's. Di wanted to make memories that would last the boys throughout their lives, so she took on the task. Di was the first full time team lacrosse photographer his high school ever had. Di started out using a Sony Super Steady Shot 15-200mm zoom lens and was their only photographer for her son's four years in high school. Di shot all his club tournaments as well. When her son went off to college, Di volunteered to be the team photographer for Metropolitan State University of Denver. After Di started writing for In Lacrosse We Trust, she also had her media credentials for full field access so Di started shooting the Outlaws games, the FIL and had the great opportunity to be at both the Outlaws semi-final playoff game and the MLL Championship game. In May of this year, Di bought a new camera, a Nikon D3200SLR with 3 different lenses. An 18-55mm zoom, a 55-200mm zoom & a 70-300mm zoom lense, and started getting even better shots. Now Di started her own photography business in the hopes that she can shoot lacrosse games, team photographs, etc. Di is in the process of setting up a website to begin selling some of her work. Di's Facebook page is Di Miller Photography. Di's Twitter account is @dimiller61. Di also posts pictures on her own FB page, Lacrosse is Awesome and the Metro State University of Denver Men's Lacrosse pages as well!
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Please join me tonight as we listen to a man describe multiple experiences he had over a number of years while hunting in California. The encounters happened all within a small radius of one another, while he and his family hunted.
We'll listen to his theory as to why the encounters were non threatening, and we'll discuss his theory as to why these creatures did not appear to be bothered by human presence, and why this might be a bonifide bigfoot hotspot.
Karl and I will also discuss the possibility of Sasquatch being able to see within varies ranges within the Infrared Spectrum, and how using game cameras might be successfully employ to photograph these elusive creatures. As always, thanks for listening! See you all tonight!
Alice J. Wisler, of Daniel's House Publications, will share how to write from memory by viewing a photograph of your loved one. This is the second segment in her BlogTalkRadio Writing the Heartache series. Alice is the author of three novels and two cookbooks of memory.
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