Tonight Sages and Seers welcomes guest seer, Zach Panciera to the show. A personal friend of Mason’s, Zach is a gifted intuitive and clairvoyant, with the ability to read and interpret auras. 254 more words
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Guest summary: Porter Anderson is a journalist, critic, writer, and speaker in publishing.
Porter Anderson bio:
Porter Anderson, BA, MA, MFA, is a Fellow with the National Critics Institute and has done special readings in the psychology of the arts at the University of Bath, UK. 172 more words
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What is everyone asking? — And Zorra’s answers? Here is a brief outline…
Invocation. – Nancy Tate channels HORUS, from the Porthologos Library in Hollow and Inner Earth who tells how we have changed our future, set in place for Eternity. 198 more words
The reminder is, for this week and the next, K WAVe 6 Radio will only air two podcast’s each week – on Monday’s and Tuesday’s: The new news (say that fast a few times) is that our “Thoughts for Growth” podcast’s will air “by” 1:00 pm Eastern for the remainder of this year, so please take this time to catch up with our older podcast’s and shows… especially via 58 more words
Today’s live broadcast has already been done, BUT there is good news!
- Since today’s show was live, but not open to calls. You can listen to today’s episode in the BlogTalk Radio archives by clicking… 159 more words
Black men are being killed unjustly by policemen throughout the country, but should 'black on black' crime be the real focus of outrage? Tonight on "Conversations Of A Sistah"
Justice is long overdue and it hasn’t stopped demonstrators from seeking it, not just for Michael Brown but for Trayvon Martin, Eric Gardner, Sean Bell, John Crawford, Tamir Rice and the list goes on. 185 more words
Candy Leonard, the author of “Beatleness: How the Beatles and Their Fans Remade the World” joins us today for a live interview.
Candy will be discussing how John Lennon and his life influenced not only a generation, but the world then and now to see life holistically – that is, as a whole, not in parts. 120 more words