A doorway to magical realms, which leads within to find your answers. This is a place of healing and restoration of passion.. Whether fiction or non-fiction, Theresa Chaze will help you find new paths to healing and the wisdom many thought long gone.
Saturday, May 18, 2013
Spirit of a Nation: The Past, Present, and Future of Horses
have pulled our wagons. They pulled our plows. They carried our
soldiers as they defended our borders. They carried us across the
country and helped build our nation. They represented wealth and
poverty. They have been bred for strength, speed, and stamina.
Their bloodlines have created international stars and have been a
source of national pride. They have been healers and family pets.
They have been a source of an enjoyment in film and television.
They have created cultural ions and sub-cultures, which have spanned
generations. They are a national treasure, whose spirit represents
our nation's indomitable spirit and ability to overcome adversity.
honoring the past, present, and future of horses, it will cross
genres and combine the best elements of talk shows and documentaries.
From celebrities to wildlife advocates, Spirit of a Nation will
show the joys, challenges, and sometimes the heartache of loving
horses, while showcasing individuals, organizations and businesses
that cater to horse lovers.
like Mutual Omaha's Wild Kingdom, Spirit
of a Nation
combines the concepts a talk show with that of a documentary. It
will utilize both interviews and on scene location events to give the
viewers an insiders view of the horse world. More than a travelogue,
it will contain segments on current and frequently controversial
topics, veterinarian care, and horse related events across the
country, while honoring individuals and organizations in the horse
world. Spirit of a Nation combines the spontaneity of a talk show
with the informational aspects of a documentary.
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or wild horses please like go to it's page to like it and share its link
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Until You Walk
The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting with
physician and TV host Dr. Partha Nandi on May 16 at 1 pm eastern as
he shares his secrets to good health.
Dr. Partha Nandi
is a humorous, rap music loving down to earth physician whose goal is
to make medicine more understandable. With his spiritual background,
coupled with his no nonsense language, Dr. Nandi guides viewers
through difficult topics with empathy and clarity.
Ask Dr. Nandi is
a physician talk show shot in the host's hometown of Detroit,
Michigan. Unlike other medical shows, it offers more than a sound
bite and is not sensationalized as it discusses only one medical
topic per episode. “We talk about a problem in detail for people so
they understand it and know how to resolve it,” says Partha Nandi
MD. “This show offers real solutions. We like to say, ‘we’ll go
there’ and we will! We’re not afraid to tell the truth.” Nandi
closes every show with “Namaste”, a beautiful Hindi word meaning,
‘the light in me honors the light in you’.
on May 16 at 1 pm eastern to learn how bringing mind, body and
spiritual balance into your life from Dr. Partha Nandi .
The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to ask
questions. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.
Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting with magical dual Bobby and Jeramy Neugin on May 2, 2013 at 1 pm eastern as they talk about how they reclaimed their Native American heritage and how doing so influenced their careers.
Bobby and Jeramy Neugin, a father and son professional magic duo have performed throughout Oklahoma since making their debut two years ago. Located in Historic Lost City Oklahoma, They are the only Father and son professional magic act as well as being the only Cherokee performers, a rich heritage of Cherokee magicians going all the way back to their ancestor Rebbecca Neugin, the last surviving member of the Trail of Tears, who was known to dabble in magic and speak to helpful spirits known to the Cherokee as ‘the little people’. In order to make them stand out even more, they do tricks that no other magicians perform, including incorporating as many of their Indian legends as possible into the magic.
Known to perform dangerous illusions live, previous audiences have seen them describe Cherokee legends that involve bursts of fire followed by live swarms of red wasps emerging from the palms of their hands, Jeramy cutting his father Bobby’s arm, with live scorpions crawling from the wound, five foot black snakes hatching from hollow eggs, drawings of snakes becoming alive and crawling from the page at their command, smashing their hands on cups hiding deadly spikes, swallowing needles and razor blades, pulling dreams and nightmares from audience members heads while they hold a dream catcher, and their signature trick, Bobby setting his son Jeramy’s head on fire, burning him to a skull, and restoring him to life. Besides performing close-up, stage, and street magic they are also the only magicians working to preserve their Cherokee culture with magic. Because they are constantly growing and expanding their knowledge, they rarely perform the same show twice for any given audience.
The Native Americans always had people involved in magic. Shaman, Medicine man, witch, Conjurers- Each one was a specialized field, separate from each other, while all shared each of their beliefs. None used them more than the Cherokee. The Conjurer was known as the High Priests to the Cherokee People. They were called 'Conjurer' to others. They spoke to the dead, Guarded their people against the Supernatural, communicated with spirits in nature, as well as those that had departed from this world. They Spoke to and dealt with 'The Little People', helpful spirits to the Cherokee, similar to fairies and ghosts.They also predicted the fates of the tribes' members as well as the outcome of battles. They were the tradition keepers, the story tellers and the historians, using Magic and illusions as visual aides. They were an important part of Cherokee culture, as both adviser to the chiefs and to the people until 1801, when missionaries declared them evil and magic was wiped from our heritage. By 1820 Most Cherokee were practicing all the white ways of life, little regard being paid to what the white missionaries described as "heathen rites". Few Conjurers held on to the traditional beliefs and ways. In 1838 the removal called "The Trail of Tears" took place, one of the darkest most shameful events in U.S. history. Cherokee were forced out of home with just the clothes on their back, if that. Further knowledge of the Conjurer was lost. What was retained was only what they could remember. The missionaries were again waiting for them when they arrived in Oklahoma. It seemed the ways of old were long gone. Or so they thought. Some survived. Passed down from generation to generation. We are determined to bring the magic back to the tribes. We are the last two Conjurers left of the Cherokee Nation.
To learn more about Cherokee traditions from Bobby and Jeramy Neugin tune into http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze on May 2, 2013 at 1 pm eastern . The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to ask questions. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.
you ever met someone and suddenly felt love or hate? Yet for the life
of you couldn't remember meeting them before. Did you wonder why? Would
you want to remember? Would you want to know if the knowledge would save
Elizabeth was asked by her mentor to teach a writing
course at the small college. Since she never forgets a kindness, she
reluctantly agrees.. Arriving in town, she instantly regrets her
decision. She wants to run, but she is honor bound to stay. Even as a
the ghost of a small child begs her to forgive, the memories of
another time arouse feelings she doesn't understand and are unable to
control. When she meets Shane, Elizabeth is overwhelmed withhatred.
The feeling is mutual as Shane redirects her jealousy and rage from
Lynne to Elizabeth. By the time Elizabeth realizes what is happening it
is too late to run. Can she and the others learn how to forgive and
remember the love before the jealousy, hatred and need for revenge once
again take over their lives?
“Never Can Say Good-bye” is a traditional ghost story with a logline love and hate survive death.
You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting
with the up and coming actor, producer, and writer Matt Markey April
20, 2013 at 2 pm eastern as he talks about his
award winning romantic comedy, “Ricky”.
and raised in White Plains NY. Graduated with a BFA in Theatre from
the University of Rhode Island. Moved out to LA in 2002 to pursue the
dream. Earning smaller roles, Markey gained inspiration from Rocky
and Sylvester Stallone. It was his uncompromising commitment to
quality that give Markey the courage to challenge the status quo.
by his pals that the only way to win back smoldering ex-girlfriend
Tracy is to become a bona fide beefcake, aspiring actor Ricky McDown
heads to his local boxing gym, and begins a workout regimen that
would impress even his pugilistic personal hero Rocky Balboa. With
the help of pretty Janie Ricky is soon on the fast track to physical
fitness, but it will take more than a few bulbous muscles to win
Tracy back from the handsome lady-killer who's taken his place. But
this fight isn't over yet, before that final bell rings, Ricky will
prove that when it comes to love, he's a true contender.
on April 20, 2013 at 2 pm eastern to learn more about next generation
film maker Matt Markey. The phone lines and chat will be available
for those who wish to ask questions. The phone number is (347)
Until You Walk
The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting with the
veteran, actor, producer, and director Larry Wilcox April 18, 2013 at
1 pm eastern as he talks about what's next for himself and the
Larry Wilcox has
seen show business from all sides - as an actor, producer, writer and
director. He notonly survived his fame as co-star of one of the most
popular television shows of the early 1980s, but he has turned his
five year stint on CHiP's into an enduring professional career on
both sides of the camera, finding solutions both in and out of show
thirty years after CHiP's debuted on NBC, Wilcox is still an
articulate, intelligent talent with a gravelly Wyoming accent.
Wilcox's portrayal of CHP Officer Jon Baker drew from his own
background;like Wilcox, Jon was a quiet but driven country boy making
good in the big city. In fact, Wilcox was born in California but
moved to Wyoming as an infant. Raised by a single mother (along with
two brothers and a sister), he remembers that the family had to work
hard to make ends meet.
out to California after his freshman year of college, Wilcox
contemplated a career in music until an acting coach encouraged him
to try performing. Soon, however, Wilcox joined the best, the Marines
(like his older brother). Although he was offered a stint as a Marine
Officer it required a 6-year additional enlistment and Wilcox decided
not to accept Marine Officer Training School and to pursue foreign
languages and embassy duty as an enlisted man. The day of his
departure, his orders were fouled up and he was sent to Vietnam
during the Tet Offensive, where he was part of a recon team inserted
with a T-16 survey piece of equipment mapping the mountain tops and
jungle for future fire bases where he also worked his math and slide
rule magic in a Fire Direction Control Center.
is presently is working on multiple TV projects including a
documentary on at-risk youth titled Flowers and Gardeners. He just
completed shooting for Mitsubishi in April of 2012 and began shooting
immediately a documentary about Land Grabs and Civil Liberties. He
also just shot a Pilot and Sizzle Reel (wrote, produced and Directed)
DIGGERS and is in discussions
with Networks. He is also producing and directing a CHIPS
Special in September 2012.
is also on the fore front of providing a very unique cross platform
digital distribution management solution for all verticals including
the entertainment business. Wilcox states that ingesting all
protocols and then selecting the screen they will be delivered to,
and then optimizing the content for that screen is where distribution
is going. Video production is taking up the majority of all online
business and will continue to grow in sales in double digits.
Retail, Medical, Education, Manufacturing and Entertainment are
primed to utilize cross platform solutions. Creating a content
marketing strategy and distributing that content will define
longevity for most businesses in the next five years.
a solid family man indulges in a myriad of hobbies, including
basketball, rodeo, WW II aircraft, reading philosophy, psychology,
guitar, and biographies of American business icons while being a life
long student of parenting and psychology.
on April 18, 2013 at 1 pm eastern to learn more about the entrainment
industry from Larry Wilcox. The phone lines and chat will be
available for those who wish to ask questions. The phone number is
Theresa Chaze has been described as the woman who plays with dragons, especially the dragons of the mind. She leads her readers to magical realms and others worlds. Her work is based on her philosophy that all peoples can live together in peace as long as we come from respect, not only for ourselves but those who follow different paths or beliefs. Whether fiction or non fiction, Ms Chaze uses her talent to help others find the path to healing and take back their own power. In many ways, she is a life coach who helps others find alternative life paths and regain their passion. Her work has been compared to Marion Zimmer Bradley and Anne McCaffrey with an adult version of Harry Potter mixed in. Theresa Chaze's major works so far include the first two novels of the Dragon Clan Trilogy , a ebook of Shadows, Out of the Shadows and Into the Light, and a fantasy ebook of short stories called, Sisters, Mother, Daughters. Her screenplay, Never Can Say Good-bye, is one of the 2006 winners of the Gloria Film Festival.