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  • 01:55

    Legacy of 1804 on Celebrating Bwa Kayiman Ceremony #Lof1804

    in Spirituality

    Your host from kiskeacity.com and guests Dr. Jerry and Yvrose Gilles of www.bookmanlit.com as we rehash the historic Bwa Kayiman ceremony on its anniversary.

    The ceremony and kickoff of the 13 year war that eventually led to the creation of Haiti and to Haiti freeing itself from slavery took place between August 14th 1791 and August 21st ,1791.

    Find out what the true purpose of the ceremony was and what was really sacrificed there as well as riveting historical details (citing sources) regarding it. Also, find out more who its leaders were and what motivated their quest for freedom.

    Lastly, was the ceremony merely religious or was it a religious gathering in preparation for a long war for freedom?

    Bwa Kayiman will be commemorated this Saturday in Prospect Park, Brooklyn from 3 to 9PM. More at kiskeacity.com.

    (This is a rebrodcast so no calls will be taken tonight.)

  • 01:56

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show

    in Art

    This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!

    Our first guest is Linda Livingston, persussionist and drummer who is featured at AfroSolo in the Gardens Concert tomorrow at Yerba Gardens, 3rd and Mission in San Francisco, 1-3 p.m. It is a free concert (afrosolo.org). She is also performing in the Emperor Jones production at the Cyclone Warehouse in San Francisco (415-420-8000).

    We close with a rebroadcast of an interview with Ben Vereen.

    Music: Ben Vereen's I've Got A Lot of Living to Do; Wolf Hawk Jaguar's Esu Exit; Boukman Eksperyans Gran Bwaile (A Vodou Spirit).

  • 02:00

    21 Divisions Dominican Vodou with Dalton Miller

    in Spirituality

    Join Host Christian Day, and Co-Host Leanne Marrama as they interview Dalton Miller "Ti Kalfou" a Servetor and Caballo of 21 Divisions Dominican Vodou, he will discuss the magical traditions, history, and similarities and dissimilarites to Haitian Vodou, and many other practices, join us as we reveal the true nature of this fascinating tradition, Wednesday Febuary 6th at 9:00 PM EST.

  • 01:35

    Ep 17: Divination and Spiritual Work with guest Houngan Kris

    in Spirituality

    Join Fiona Benjamin and Michael "Uncle Monkey" Lennon this Thursday, March 26 7pm Eastern as we talk about doing readings in conjunction with spiritual work. Our guest this week is the esteemed Houngan Kris. 

    Houngan Kris is an Initiated Houngan in Haitian Vodou as well as a diviner. He is a clairoyant and medium as well as being an empath. He Enjoys doing dream interpretation and is sought after to have spiritual work performed for clients. Houngan Kris has over 14 years of practical experience as a spiritiual reader, worker and advisor. 

    He works full time as a Houngan offering spiritual work preparing good luck baths, road opening baths, love baths to name a few as well as full rituals peformed on behalf of his clients. 

    He offers Readings via telephone, skype as well as email. He uses cards as his means of divination combined with his clairvoyant abilities to see what spiritual messages are are coming through for each client to provide them with the best information on a given situation. 

    Houngan Kris is an Iniated Houngan in the House of Sosyete Labelle Deesse Dereale and he is an international representative of their Vodou Temple.

    ?- What is a reading? - 

    What is the purpose of getting a reading? -

     What can one expect from getting a reading? -

     What questions do you, or can you ask in a reading? - Time frames - why things change in a reading sometimes? - Are we able to change the outcome that a reading predicts? - 

    Changing the outcome by being aware and take action - Changing the outcome by spiritual work - 

    What is spiritual work? - 

    Spiritual work and the importance of divining - How is a spiritual work performed? - What can be done with spiritual work, what do people seek - 

    Can anyone do spiritual work?



  • 02:56

    AKANFO NANASOM: Akan Abosom of the 7 Day Week and the 7 Karkaru (Chakras)

    in Education

    In this episode of AKANFO NANASOM, we examine the seven karkaru (chakras) and their relationship to the Abosom (Deities) of the Akan 7-day week and also the seven spiritual senses. The Abosom Who animate the solar. lunar and planetery bodies which govern the Akan seven-day week are the same Abosom from ancient Khanit and Kamit (Nubia and Egypt) that we continue to invoke and worship today: Awusi, Adwoa, Bena, Abenaa, Awuku, Akua, Yaw, Yaa, Aaba, Afi and Amen Men (Ausar, Auset, Heru Behdety, Sekhmet, Set, Nebt Het, Heru, Wadjet, Nekhebet, Het Heru and Amen Men). All Akan people are named after one of these Abosom.

    The term 'chakra' is a corruption of the term 'karkar' from ancient Kamit. This term predates sanskrit by thousands of years. We examine the karkaru as shrines of Abosom (Deities/Orisa/Vodou) within the spirit-bodies of Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans~Black People).

    We examine our book and publication:

    ANKH - The Origin of the term 'Yoga' - KARA KASA - The Origin and Nature of the 'Chakra'


    NSAMANKOM and the Seven Senses



    Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan 

    Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu 

    Akwamu Nation in North America 


  • 00:54

    Enpotans kloch Ak Yon Seri Lot Zouti Nan Seremoni Vodou Ak Hougan Dieudonne.

    in Family

    Nan Ki kalite seromi ke yo sevi ak Kloch?

    Eske gen lwa espesyal ke yo rele ak kloch?

    Ki lot bagay ke yo ka itilize si yo pa gen kloch.

  • 02:00

    ASHE!!! Orishas are Changing Lives

    in Radio

    This show is going to be about the workings of Orishas in Santeria and Vodou and the general steps to most African Spirits. ASHE OGGUN and all the Orishas and African Spirits!!!!

  • 01:58

    Eske Lwa Vodou Ka Fé moun Vinn Masisi ak Madivinn? Eske Lwa Ankouraje Vyol?

    in Family

    Guest/Invite: Jean Marcel Sene, a.k.a. Sham Le Peintre, Dieudonne Jean Jacques, Hougan Journalist.

    Host/Prezantatris: Berlotte Antoine B.

    Listen on 712-432-9795; http://www.blogtalkradio.com/509rezo; http://tunein.com/radio/509Rezo-s219173/; http://509rezo.tumblr.com/; http://streema.com/radios/509Rezo;

    Emission pour la "Promotion de la Culture Haitienne / Emisyon Pou Pwomosyon Kilti Ayisyen/.

    Nous parlerons des pratiques religieuses, de la music,de la peinture, des poemes et de toutes les belles choses en haiti.Nou ap pale de pratike relijyon, mizik ,fe  penti, bel powezi, fason moun viv, ak lot bel bagay anko ki an Ayiti.


  • 02:01

    Interview with Sancista Brujo Luis & Florencio "Freddie" Guevar

    in Religion

    Join your host Candelo Kimbisa tonight as he interviews Sancista Brujo Luis and Florencio "Freddie" Guevar on the Corner!

    Sancista Brujo Luis was born in Massachusettes  He was born with "el velo" , the veil, a Caul membrane over his face, which his Grandmother a Medium and Herbalist claimed was a sign he would be a seer. As a child his Grandmother would conduct Sesiones and Veladas, and help him develop his spiritual faculties. In his late twenties he recieved his collares and guerrilleros in Lukumi and later underwent ceremonies in Puerto Rican Sanse and Dominican 21 Divisiones.

    Sancista Luis holds private Sesiones in his home as well as Misas and Hora Santas throughout Massachusettes and periodically attends Haitian Vodou Fetes in the Boston area. He translated into Spanish a manual on Haitian Vodou titled Ayibobo Gracias Misericordia, and is the author of Luz y Progreso, Light and Progress a Guide For developing Mediums in the Puerto Rican Mesa Blanca tradition. 

    Florencio "Freddie" Guevara hails from Bronx, NY. Mr. Guevara is a retired elementary school teacher with thirty years of experience in Puerto Rico and Florida. Married with two children & three grandchildren, Mr. Guevara currently resides in Florida. For over 50 years, Florencio Guevara has been providing readings, giving guidance and healing. He also conducts misa espirituales in many areas of the world. The word-of-mouth grapevine from clients always provides the endless knocks on his door. The spirits are the ones that always push to inform the world of good mediums everywhere. They're the best business cards available.  He is the author of Mesa Blanca The White Altar, published by Author House.

  • 02:00

    New Orleans Vodou & The Way Of The Weirdo

    in Spirituality

    Dr. Rita Louise is joined on Just Energy Radio this week by two guests, Kenaz Filan who will be talking about New Orleans Vodou and Jason Gregory who will discuss the way of the weirdo.
    Kenaz Filan
    New Orleans Vodou
    After a decade of solitary service to the lwa (spirits of Haitian Vodou), in 2003 Kenaz Filan was initiated at Société la Belle Venus #2, a Vodou House in Brooklyn, New York. Kenaz is the author of “The Haitian Vodou Handbook”, “Vodou Love Magic” and the forthcoming “Drawing Down the Spirits” with Raven Kaldera.
    Jason Gregory
    The Way Of The Weirdo
    Jason Gregory for years has been a researcher in the fields of suppressed history, esoteric knowledge and the origins of humanity. Growing up his whole life within the comforts of the west, he chose to live a more humble existence in the land of Asia. Jason's life in the east naturally moved him into the exploration of consciousness and the world within. In this journey he was profoundly influenced by the philosophies of Vedanta, Buddhism, Hermeticism and the way of the Tao.

  • 01:31

    HounganBaba-Nu Mensa Ogun...Haitian Vodou and ATlantis

    in Spirituality

    Groundbreaking author, R. A. Waldron is a High Priest of the Classical Nile Valley Indigenous way of life. R.A. Waldron is labeled an eclectic from spiritualists, scholars and celebrities who rave about The God Genes Decoded; however he is a humble priest seeking improvement and unity amongst all the races, cultures and religious groups for the benefit of us all.
    R.A. Waldron also known as HounganBaba-Nu Mensa Ogun will discuss Haitian Vodou, ATlantis and his book The God Genes Decoded