Brandy Vaughan, an ex-Merck sales executive, is taking on the world’s most powerful industry by educating people worldwide about the dangers of pharmaceutical products, including vaccines and unnecessary medical treatments. Things that are literally killing us.
Brandy founded Learn The Risk, a 501(c)3 educational non-profit, as a response to the corruption she saw from the inside when she sold a drug for Merck that was killing tens of thousands of people. She left the pharmaceutical industry and felt she had no choice but to speak out when she realized the industry’s main agenda is to keep us all sick for profit.
In her words: “My mission in life has become clear: to create a healthier world by educating people on the real RISK of pharmaceutical products. And EMPOWER people to take back their health from an industry that profits only when people are ‘sick’.”
You will hear how doctors hide important information from their patients, how the government pays out MILLIONS to people with serious side effects from vaccinations secretly, and how many common health issues could actually be a vaccine reaction.
Everything your doctor won’t tell you, but you need to know. Listen to Brandy expose the eye-opening truth behind the “health” care system and tips to stay healthy naturally.
Since the 19th century Cuban music has been hugely popular and influential throughout the world. If you listen, you will hear traces in the tracks of pop, jazz, funk, rock, R&B and other genres of music so many of us listen to.
Professor Fernando (Fernan) Hernandez willl discuss how Cuban music has permeated the mainstream American music, particularly jazz, its rich history and the eras the impacted American Culture the most since the 30’s with the popular cha cha cha, conga, and the rumba.
Recently Nominated for Best Musical Artist by the 2018 International Christian Film & Music Festival with his song “99” from the “Project 99” album, Steve Pichan is a prolific artist whose musical expression of past, present and current events will leave you examining your own beliefs and trying to understand the world around you.
Click the link stevepichan.com to purchase songs found on Itunes, Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon and more.
With Co host Jorge E Broche, President of Tactical Group Investigations and believer in the afterlife…
An After Death Communication also known as ADC is a spiritual experience, that occurs when a person is contacted directly and spontaneously by a deceased family member or friend, without the use of psychics, mediums, rituals, or devices of any kind. It’s estimated that 60-120 million Americans – 20-40% of the population of the United States – have had one or more ADC experiences. Therefore, ADCs provide convincing new evidence for life after death.
Hello From Heaven! documents the firsthand accounts of people who believe they have been contacted by a loved one who has died, otherwise known as ADCs. The Guggenheims interviewed over 2000 people in the United States and Canada and collected over 3000 ADC accounts.
Since the book was wriiten, two new means of communication have been discovered, Mr Guggenheim will tell us about them and how you can be aware of these to use your perception and intuition to receive messages from your deceased loved ones.
El Casino De Los Congos For hundreds of years, hundreds of thousands of Africans were sold as slaves to Portugal, Britain, US, Brazil, Spain, and Cuba, as well as other countries. The Portuguese began bringing Africans to Cuba and then the Spaniards followed. By the 1800’s millions of Africans had been sold around the world.
This is the story of Ta Gundo Paredes Moré, son of a King in the Congo. Prince Ta Gundo is captured by slave traders and sold to Ramon Paredes, a plantation owner in Cuba and sold a second time to El Conde de Moré.
The story reveals what appears to be a curse, is only the beginning for what sets the stage for a Cuban musical legend to be born, Benny Moré who is revered to this day as El Bárbaro del Ritmo. The master of most Cuban popular genres, such as the bolero, son montuno, mambo, and guaracha.
Our guest, his grandson Dr. Roly Moré narrates intimate stories never told before about his family’s history.
In her own words: I embarked on this film journey from a promise to my mother, and my mother to my father, and my father to his Brothers and Sisters in Arms. The opportunity to one day tell their true life stories of what they and their families went through in the darkest period of Cuban History, in their generation. Much has been written, much has been said, yet those who truly fought in the mountains of La Sierra Maestra; have never really spoken their Truth.
This will be one of the many film projects we will embark on. The first must be in honor of The Constitutional Armed Forces of Cuba, the plight and exodus of so many Cubans in 1959 to the date. In their words, or their families!
To begin to heal 58 years of Cuban history, we must start with the men, women and their families who were murdered with no due process, who have been thrown in jail, who have been falsely accused and who lost everything. We will not judge, we will tell a story, to bring justice to light; for everyone deserves to tell their Story.
Bartolomé Maximiliano Moré (24 August 1919 – 19 February 1963), known as Benny Moré, was a Cuban singer, bandleader and songwriter. With his fluid tenor voice he triumphantly won the title of El Bárbaro del Ritmo, and El Sonero Mayor. With his grace, Moré eloquently merged musical genres such as the bolero, mambo, cha cha cha, son, guaracha, and son montuno. Benny was an engenious singer and composer, he is considered one of the most influential musician and popular singer Cuba has ever produced.
Roly More, MD “PhD”his prodigious grandson who lives in the USA pays tribute to his ancestry and Benny Moré’s Anniversary.
We will discuss the recent jon secada’s CD release paying tribute to Benny Moré.