This show deals with alternate views and ways to deal with issues thinking outside of the box. This is a philosophical show discussing psychological issues, meditation, religious views, metaphysic’s, spirituality, physic abilities, aliens and even alternate ways of looking at every day issues. This is an interactive show with guests from all over the world presenting their way of thinking. Callers are encouraged to ask questions and promote discussion.
Don’t miss NO Whales In Captivity prez Annelise Sorg being interviewed today by Terrance Evans in his B.M.A.D.D. Show @ 1:00pm on CJSF.CA or 90.1 fm
Last night volunteers held up a banner outside the Vancouver Aquarium and let the world know that “scientists agree whales have rights”. About 500 guests arriving at the Vancouver Aquarium saw the banner. The guests also saw the dozens of security guards the aquarium had hired to intimidate protestors. Didn’t bother us any, but they sure made the aquarium look like a real high security whale jail.
Hear the Radio interview on www.thebmaddshow.com Dec 29th 2011 on CJSF.CA or 90.1 fm
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Audio : December 29th 2011 http://cjsf.ca/vanilla_archives/2011_December_29_13_00.mp3
Reported By Terrance Evans
B.C. NDP MLA Jagrup Brar will temporarily give up his home and salary and live on $610 welfare for
one month after accepting a challenge from campaign group Raise the Rates.
The Surrey Fleetwood MLA, who earned a monthly average of $10,546 in the last fiscal year, has agreed to spend January living on the income support and shelter allowance for a single person expected to look for work in British Columbia.
“I want to experience first-hand what life is like being on welfare or in poverty,” Brar said, speaking at the Surrey Urban Mission on Monday.
Raise the Rates, a coalition of B.C groups that want governments to reduce poverty, issued the challenge to all B.C. MLAs in May last year, hoping to increase welfare and raise the minimum wage in British Columbia.
“Obviously, if you have a families-first agenda, the first priority should be people on welfare,” coalition spokeswoman Jean Swanson said, issuing the challenge.
Welfare rates in B.C. were last increased in 2007. Equivalent rates total $599 in Ontario, $583 in Alberta and $913 in Saskatchewan.
CIA Officer Explains New World Order’s Demise
Russell Monsaratte With Terrance Evans on AlternateThought.ca Avatar
We Talk withRussell on Our soul and calming of the mind Russell Monsurate was born in Bombay, India. He was pre-occupied with seeking answers to the Big Questions very early in life. Yoga, Transactional Analysis, Vipassna, Reiki, Transcendental Meditation, Silva Mind Development and the Ultra Mind Coursewere some of the many courses he studied and practiced. One day a friend gave him a video, The Avatar Experience. He knew at once that he had found a pearl of great price!
Avatar Show With Russell Montserrate
Paul Elder Master Remote Viewer,Teacher and Author
Paul Elder has spent a lifetime studying human nature from a unique perspective. He is a survivor of three near-death experiences: a drowning at the age of 12, a car accident at 17, and a heart attack at the age of 41.
Along with the trauma and subsequent beauty of death came a series of spontaneous spiritual events — events that would rock his world, turning his belief system upside down, leaving him with some profound insights as to our true nature and purpose in the universe.
After spending nearly a decade as a Radio and Television news reporter, Elder ventured into a career of politics and business spanning more than 20 years. Forever grateful for his near-death experiences, his spiritual insights helped to mold and deeply influence his approach to politics, business, and life.
A trainer for the world renowned Monroe Institute, Paul lives on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, and spends his time writing, teaching, and speaking throughout the United States and Canada on the phenomenon of near-death and out-of-body experiences.
Show 1 Paul Elder
Show 2 Paul Elder Talks to Terrance Evans