Thursday, November 26, 2009

Four Star Reviews For Magical Fantasy Novels

Reviews by Robert Medak

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Awakening the Dragon: Book One of the Dragon Clan Trilogy
By Theresa Chase

Who is Rachael, and why has she come to Coyote Springs? In a town of bigotry and religious zealots, Rachael is opening the Dragon’s Den bookstore. Why at this particular time has Rachael and her cats come to Coyote Springs? What of the people at “The Farm”, as the town’s people refer to it, is there something that Rachael must do? She has more questions than answers as she begins life in Coyote Springs.

Out of town, lies a cottage that the towns’ folk want burned down, why do they want it destroyed? The owner and rather powerful person in town, Kevin, will not allow its destruction. He doesn’t want it destroyed and doesn’t want to rent it out, why? People are afraid to enter the cottage. When they enter, strange things begin to happen to them physically. No one can stay in the cottage for any length of time. Kevin even has trouble lasting in the cottage for more than a few minutes before he becomes ill.

Along comes Rachael, she talks to the previous owner who is dead and is welcomed into the cottage. Is this some supernatural ability, or is there really something within Rachael growing stronger, why Rachael, and not someone from Coyote Springs? Is there a mission for her to complete that Rachael is unaware of as to why her mentor sent her to this particular town?

Cheyenne from the farm is someone that the House of Christ is against along with Rachael Franklin. Is there a real reason or is just that the members of the House of Christ don’t like someone who is different and will not conform to what the reverend and followers believe people should think and believe.

This is only a small glimmer into the story in Awakening the Dragon. You will have to read the book to find out the intricacies of the story.

This reviewer awards a four star rating to Awakening the Dragon.

Dragon Domain: Book Two of the Dragon Clan Trilogy
By Theresa Chaze

In this book, Cheyenne and Celeste have a parting of the ways all because of the one known as Dominic. Celeste and Dominic steal from Cheyenne. More happens to darken the mood at the farm. Cheyenne must come up with money to pay the farm’s mortgage payments. She could lose the farm. Also in Dragon Domain are some old friends from Awakening the Dragon like Rachael Franklin, Kevin, Carmen, and others. There are also some new characters in Dragon Domain.

The new characters come to the aid of Cheyenne and those from the dark side. The House of Christ and its supporters are back again with their bigotry and narrow-mindedness. There are some truths that will come out, that are not been spoken of, and a few twists that no one might expect. While Dragon Domain is the continuing saga in the trilogy, it also has some new information and characters that add to the depth of the Dragon Clan Trilogy. Waiting for the third book isn’t easy. A recommendation is to find all three and read them in sequence.

What happens in the forest when the new characters end up not showing up when expected? Will things turn out as Cheyenne hopes, or will the dark one prevail? This is a story of light and dark, good and evil from a nonreligious point of view. It is from a belief system within the participants involved in the struggle and their determination and inner strengths.

The House of Christ is of little use, and is more of a hinderance, by not allowing things to run their course. There are more things that we are unaware of than things that we do understand in the world around us. Dragon Domain explores some of them. It is up to the reader to believe or not. The book is fiction, but is it really?

This reviewer awards a four star rating to Dragon Domain.

I do get to review the third book, don't I?

Until You Walk the Path: Tiana Mirapae

Until You Walk the Path, You Won’t Know Where It Goes is pleased to host Shamanic Healer and Holistic Medicine Practitioner, Tiana Mirapae on November 29 at 5 pm eastern. Mirapae will be talking about how she combines traditional healing techniques with those which are more holistic and spiritual.

Tiana Mirapae, M.Ed. LCSW is a Psychotherapist and Holistic Medicine Practitioner in clinical practice with the Counseling & Gynecology Group in E. Longmeadow and Montague MA. Tiana specializes in integrative psychotherapy and a holistic approach to women's health issues for the treatment of PMS, menopause, infertility, male and female sexual dysfunction, PTSD, anxiety, depression and dissociative disorders. She does individual, couples, marital and sex therapy, EMDR, Tapas Acupressure, hypnotherapy and group therapy. Tiana is a consultant in natural medicine: classical homeopathy, herbal medicine and nutritional counseling.

Tiana is also a Shamanic Healer and Plant Spirit Medicine Practitioner and incorporates Reiki, Chi Gong and CranioSacral. Lady Tiana is ordained clergy; Priestess of the Well of Avalon Church. She is also the founder and director of S.O.P.H.I.A.; a Mystery School that teaches, mentors and empowers women on their Spiritual, Magickal and Medicine Path. SOPHIA: Society of Priests/Priestesses, Healers, Intuitives and Alchemists, will include men.

Tune at on November 22 at 5 pm eastern to listen to Tiana Mirapae talk about traditional and alternative healing methods .  Those who wish to speak to Mirapae or ask her questions may call in at (347) 324-3745 or participate in the interactive chat room, which is available on the show’s page. You may you Skype for free by using click to talk at the top of the page.

To reach Tiana Mirapae after the show, his site address is Theresa Chaze can be reach after the show at her site at

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

The Wrath The Return The Truth: Judgment Has Begun

The Wrath, The Return, The Truth examines real events and current affairs and considers how they continue to shape our nation and the world. This far-reaching spiritual guide explores the condition of todays church and presents a vision for the future of mankind. In 1996, diabetes sufferer Daniel Osorio suddenly lost his eyesight while driving on a highway. That night, while he slept, he began to experience extraordinary revelations that caused him to question world events. Here, using prophetical insight and the word of scripture, Osorio delves deep into some of the most momentous events of the twenty-first century, including the presidential elections, the World Trade Center catastrophe, earthquakes, hurricanes, tsunamis, and floods. Osorio includes a comprehensive biblical account of the events leading up to the second coming of Christ. Offering dream interpretation as well as a compelling analysis of what many churches may be omitting or inappropriately teaching, Osorio boldly puts forth a new world order. Will the church, New York City, and the world be prepared for what is likely to come? Find out as you join Osorio on an introspective and spiritual journey to make peace with the past and summon hope for a better future. About the Author Daniel Osorio was born in New York City. He has worked as a senior recruiter in an educational program, served as a legislative assistant to a councilman, and helped the disadvantaged within his community for more than ten years.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Until You Walk the Path: Stanley Livingston

On November 22 at 5 pm eastern, Until You Walk the Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will host Stanley Livingston as he talks about his career and his new project “The Actor’s Journey”.

Working on the small and silver screens, Livingston’s resume includes the titles actor, writer, director and producer. Although he is best known as Chip Douglas on the still popular comedy My Three Sons, he also appeared in other series and in feature films. He has written, produced and directed both feature films and TV series. His latest projects, The Actor’s Journey and The Actor’s Journey for Kids, teaches the business and entertainment industry skills from the point of view of 100 insiders who have worked in the industry both in front of and behind the camera. They share their personal experiences and their insights in order to help others to avoid the pit fall of the business.

Tune at on November 22 at 5 pm eastern to listen to Stanley Livingston talk about his amazing career and what it takes become successful in the entertainment industry .  Those who wish to speak to Stanley or ask him questions may call in at (347) 324-3745 or participate in the interactive chat room, which is available on the show’s page.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Until You Walk the Path: Ray Lane

Until You Walk the Path, You Don’t Know Where it Goes will be hosting singer/song writer Ray Lane on November 15 at 5 pm eastern.

Singer/songwriter Ray Lane returns to the Folk/Rock music scene with a story that is as compelling as it is haunting. Told in a collection of songs set to capture hearts and souls.
Ray shares with his listener’s experiences that speak to anyone who has loved and lost then found themselves alone searching for answers. With a distinct and unique voice set against a backdrop of beautifully orchestrated music, Ray Lane emerges from the blur of LA on a soul searching journey. Upon signing on with veteran producer/mixer David J Holman (Bush, No Doubt, Ever clear) Lane and holman have achieved that timeless alchemy of performance, production and song that will capture your imagination.

Tune at on November 15 at 5 pm eastern to listen to Ray‘s music and learn more about his career. Those who wish to speak to Ray may call in at (347) 324-3745 or participate in the interactive chat room, which is available on the show’s page

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Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Benefit Concert to Bring Awareness to Domestic Abuse

Until You Walk the Path, You Don’t know Where it Goes is proud to host Christine Hill and Ross Morgan as they talk about the benefit concert and their docudrama, “A Daughter’s Hope.” Designed to raise funds to cover the production cost for “A Daughter’s Hope”, both Hill and Morgan hope to raise awareness of domestic violence and missing loved ones.

"A Daughter's Hope" is the fictional telling of the true life events of Michigan resident Christine Hill as she struggles to overcome an extraordinarily difficult and abusive life, the most painful part of which was the unexplained disappearance of her mother from the Florida Keys in 1981. While the case is still unresolved, this particular story focuses on Ms. Hill as she fights with setback after setback, only to become a stronger wife and mother to her own family.

West Michigan based musician, artist, and designer. Morgan is the vocalist in the rock band Holloway and co-owner of Seaway Sound Studios in Muskegon, MI. He has released two "solo" albums - 2001's "The September Edition" and 2005's "The World is Raving Mad.”. He is currently working on a new album and music video.

The December 2 concert, entitled, Always Have Hope, will feature Holloway with a special appearance by Night Toucher. It will be held in Billy’s Lounge in Easttown. All proceeds will go toward the production cost of “A Daughter’s Hope.”

Tune at on November 8 at 5 pm eastern to learn more about true cost of domestic violence. Those who wish to speak to Christine Hill and Ross Morgan may call in at (347) 324-3745 or participate in the interactive chat room, which is available on the show’s page.

Until You Walk the Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is an interactive internet radio show, which takes a broader look at the topic of spirituality. Instead of focusing on the religious aspects of life, it delves into how our spirits inspire us to be our best and highest selves. The goal is to give a venue to those who wish to share their inspiration, their wisdom and their courage. By sharing our experiences, we not only give encouragement others to reach for their dreams, but to also help

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Sunday, November 01, 2009

Wiccan and Paganism; Mainstream in America

News Reports in national/global press about the Wiccan Religion & Paganism
in the Mainstream in America.

New York Times:
On Religion: Paganism, Just Another Religion for Military and Academia
includes photos and interviews with Circle Sanctuary high priestess Selena
Fox and Pagan Studies scholar Dr. Michael York.

ABC News:
Real Witches Practice Samhain: Wicca on the Rise in U.S.
More Americans Are Wiccan, and Will Celebrate Samhain, Not Halloween,
includes interviews with Patti Wigington of About.Com: Paganism/Wicca, Don
Lewis of Witch School, and Selena Fox of Circle Sanctuary.

And Happy Halloween and Thanks to Barry Lynn and Americans United for
Separation of Church and State for publicly pointing out that Halloween in
America today is secular and is distinct from Samhain, the religious holiday
celebrated by Wiccans, Druids, and other Pagans.

Halloween in the Public Schools: It's Not So Scary

NETWORK: post these links to blogs, e-lists, websites, Facebook, Twitter,
other social networking sites.
Share good words about the need for equal rights in society for Pagans and
about this and other positive coverage of the Craft and Paganism at this
Samhain time.

Thank you!

Samhain Blessings!

Circle Times: Saturday, October 31, 2009

Alternative programming to NCIS: The newest military series Operation Home Base

Operation Home Base: A proposal
Theresa Chaze

Seeing the need, a small group creates grass roots organization called Operation Home Base to help those in the military and their dependants to meet the basic needs of life. Existing on donations of time, money and resources, they frequently have to dip into their own savings to keep the lights on. Coming from diverse backgrounds, personalities, and motivations, they put their differences aside and combine their talents to create a bridge between civilians and the military.

After months of trying to close them down, a representative from government offers OHB unlimited resources. The only catch is that along with the money and influence, they must accept the Government’s Advocate as the new head of their organization. Is it a honest humanitarian offer or are they once again trying to hide something? And if so, what?