Posts tagged ‘Hawaii’

March 26, 2012

Arts in the Valley, Saturday March 24 (8pm), and Sunday, March 25, 2012 (2pm), 1480 KYOS AM, Merced, CA

by arthouseflower

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On March 24 & 26, Arts in the Valley host Kim McMillon interview British Channeler Tammy Majchrzak on Archangel Metatron and volcano videographer Leigh Hilbert.

To listen to Metatron Channeler Tammy Majchrzak, click onto the link:meditron

Who indeed is Metatron? I have been asked this by so many. I have surfed the net and its a mindfield of information and I would urge you to read and find what resonates for you. But ultimately Metatron is a healing Archangel, the holder of the keys to humanity, the flower of life, sacred Geometry and much much more.

He has been around for millennia and it has been said that he sits closest to the Creator, whomever that may be whether it is God, Jesus or energy, whichever is your belief system. He is the overseer of the energy grids of the Universe, the holder of the keys to humanity and life as we know it. He was present at the creation of the Universe, an overseeing energy light that was able to amend and fix as the world was created, as planets were created, as humanity and life was born.

Life is ever changing, ever evolving. If we look briefly at how we are born, we grow, we grow in height, in shape, in size, our mind also grows, then we reach adulthood and the growing stops, although as we get older we may shrink, our organs and bodies constantly changing. As children our energy is vibrant, as our bodies grow and we become adults. Our blueprint is set from before birth. What we will grow into, but how we look after ourselves and how we think has a great affect on how we grow and how we become…

Metatron holds the keys to the blueprint of  our very soul’s. His main work is to connect and transform the low frequencies that are in and around us, so that our vibrations are raised and we become the true light that we should be. Life often gets in the way, and issues, behaviours, experiences cloud our judgement, mind and behaviour. We literally suffocate our soul’s light.

Metatron again holds the keys, to uplifting us and moving us out of the darkness. He is an Archangel from the highest dimensions. He is able to move in and out of the Universe and reach anywhere in the Universe. He is omnipresent.  He comes to transform us and to bring us into the light.

If we look at ourselves as energy for a second. What frequency are you resonating at? how bright is your light? if your light is dark then you will feel low, if your light is bright, your frequency and energy vibrating high then you will feel uplifted.

Belief, Trust, Surrender – the main key ingredients of how we can work with Metatron. If we call upon him to assist us, we must be ready for great changes to take place. His work is to bring Mankind into a higher frequency. Releasing negativity, releasing drama, ego and victim mentallity. He knows you, he was there when you were created. He holds your blueprint in his hands. He is able, therefore, to reset and realign you to your true frequency, that which was before you became what you are now.

To end…how do I see Metatron is what I get asked so often. To answer this as honestly as I can, to me he is a radiant light, a moving light, a strong, high frequency energy…..he can have many faces, that which we wish to see in this 3 Dimensional living…but for me he is an energy, the highest of frequencies…and he brings comfort and movement and transformations on the highest levels…He is omnipresent, he is all that is, and he divinely guides and moves us to where we need to be. So for me he doesn’t have a face, a 3 dimensional visual/image, for me he is pure light energy, of the highest order. I hope this helps you. He will work with you all uniquely and this is the remarkable journey with Metatron.

Artist Leigh Hilbert’s Statement for Island of Hawaii images:

I primarily take pictures to honor and celebrate the natural beauty and wonders of this planet, including the creatures we share her with. It is my hope that each photo I take represents a small piece of this Big Island that I love. It gives me further pleasure to share my images with you.

The Island of Hawaii, known as the Big Island, has thirteen identifiable ecosystems ranging from starkly beautiful high altitude volcanic cones and lush jungles on one side to bone-dry cactus hills on the other. Seashores of rough lava rock interspersed with sandy beaches surround the island and its coastline is growing as molten lava surges from crater fissures and pumps into the sea. The exotic diversity of the Big Island’s ecology, history and culture leads to endless exciting photographic possibilities. It is a place of great passion and inspiration.

To listen to the interview with Leigh Hilbert, click onto the link:hawaii-1

For more than three decades Leigh’s award winning photos have been published in a variety of newspapers, magazines and books in the US, Canada, and Europe. His photos have also been displayed in numerous galleries; the first being in Sun Valley Idaho in 1972. Leigh taught courses in photography at a community college for two years.

In 1998 Leigh moved to the Island of Hawaii and has been exploring its diverse landscapes, creating a growing collection of incredible photographs that he loves to share with everyone. In Hawaii, besides appearing in Big Island art galleries and shows, his images have been used in leading TV news stories worldwide and have graced the front covers of local newspapers and he has published a limited edition lava book.

In the past few years Leigh has become known as a high definition videographer of Hawaii Island’s Kilauea lava flows and is working on his second feature length molten lava movie. When the lava is flowing outside the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Leigh provides much of the active movie footage used by local television and internet news, as well as national news outlets and also writes an in-depth daily lava flow blog that is read worldwide and included in the newest edition of Lonely Planet Big Island.

Leigh resides at Cape Kumukahi, Kapoho, on the Island of Hawaii.

When lava is flowing outside the national park, I do a bi-weekly lava field report for Big Island Video News, one sample of this can be watched here:

AND on this TV news site you can watch both news and raw video of lava taking out Gary Sleaik home on July 25th, 2010: AND also Jean Olson’s home being lost to molten lava on November 27th, 2010 here>>

On June 4th, 2010 I completed a feature length documentary film that closely covers a spectacular April to May 2010 surface flow of lava. Gallery link here:

I am currently working on a new feature length lava movie.

My Hawaiian Lava Daily Blog is exactly what the title says 😉 – Updates on the active Kilauea Volcano lava flow, particularly when it is flowing outside the Volcanoes National Park boundaries; my site can be opened here:

AND: You can see my short lava movie videos on my YouTube site here:

March 17, 2012

Arts in the Valley, Saturday, March 10, 8 pm, Sunday, March 11, 2 pm, 1480 KYOS AM, Merced, CA

by arthouseflower

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Arts in the Valley presents an impromptu jazz session with Roddy Jackson, Cheryl Lockett, and Gloria Coronas.

Click onto the link to listen to Roddy Jackson, Cheryl Lockett, and Gloria Coronas jammin’ arts jam

With his gravel-filled vocals and piano-pounding antics, Roddy Jackson was sort of a West Coast version of Jerry Lee Lewis in the late ’50s.  His legacy is a solid one, and he is one of the last true rockabilly pioneers still out on the circuit. Born as George Roderick Jackson in California around 1940, Jackson fronted the multi-racial Blue Notes out of Merced, CA, beginning in 1956, but once signed to Art Rupe’s Specialty Records imprint, Jackson became essentially a solo act. Specialty released three Jackson singles in 1958 and 1959, all produced by Sonny Bono, “I’ve Got My Sights on Someone New”/”Love at First Sight,” the double-sided classic “Hiccups”/”Moose on the Loose,” and “Any Old Town”/”Gloria.” Jackson was the real deal, an exciting performer who shouted out his material with explosive force, pummeling the piano like it was a personal threat to his well-being, and occasionally showing off his considerable saxophone skills as well.

Cheryl Lockett, a song stylist, whose riveting voice and warm style promises any listener an aesthetically pleasing and cohesive composition of music that flows like silk. Cheryl, a California native and gifted with many talents, cultivates, curate and presents an eclectic vision of sound that appeals to a diverse listening audience. A fusion of Jazz, Gospel, Blues, Pop, Funk and Afro-Cuban music reflect her vocal style. Flexible in multiple genres, this hot talent has filled every seat in all auditoriums she has graced. It is without wonder that Lockettʼs talent lead her to sharing the stage with Bay Area master musicians like Latin drummer/percussionists Raul Pineda, Jesus Diaz and Danilo Paiz, guitarist Rolando Morales, bassist Mark Van Waganengen and Rigoberto Lopez, pianist Gustavo Ramirez and the late Dave Wallace. In the Northern California region, Lockett has performed on numerous occasions with the DBaba Project.

Gloria (Lopez) Coronas comes from a line of musicians and entertainers.  Some professionals and some not, but they all love music.  We had hula dancers, ukulele players, guitar, saxophone, bass, mandolin, singers, and drummers. She started singing professionally at the age of 15 and her mother would accompany her wherever she had a gig.

She met and worked with jazz musicians and did shows in the Waikiki nightclubs and toured the islands.  Wherever her husband got stationed she managed to meet musicians and did shows in Japan, Philippines, Texas, Georgia, back to Hawaii, and then ended up in Merced in ’74.  Gloria started out as a Duo, her husband on guitar while she played the keyboard and sang.  At that time they were known as ‘THE ISLANDERS.  They changed their name to ‘THE CROWNS’ because some people thought they only played Hawaiian music.  At present, Gloria is doing a solo gig every Friday night at Fernando’s Bistro.

December 29, 2011

Arts in the Valley, Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 31 and Jan. 1, 2011, 8 PM, 1480 KYOS AM

by arthouseflower

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Join Arts in the Valley host Kim McMillon as she brings in the New Year with numerologist Sally Faubion discussing the 2012 election, and predictions for 2012.  Healer Kahu Kahealani Satchitananda will help bring in the New Year with a Hawaiian healing, and blessing.

To listen to numerologist Sally Faubion’s interview, click onto the link:numeroligist

Sally Faubion has been providing insight and guidance through numerology readings for 35 years. Her personal and group readings combine her unique intuition and expert knowledge of numerology with other metaphysical sciences. She has read thousands of people and never tires of helping individuals with her special gifts and knowledge.

Sally is the author of the well-received book, Motivational Numerology, and How Numbers Affect your Life, and has penned articles and columns for national magazines. She has created her own line of greeting cards, one of which is currently available on a wholesale basis. Other creations include calendars and software applications.

Sally is currently paving the way for additional products and books to be introduced in the near future.

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To listen to healer Kahealani, click onto the link:hawaii healer

Dr Kahu Kahealani Satchitananda is a Hawaiian Metaphysical Minister, Mentor, Ho’oponopono Practitioner, Respected Elder, Oneness Trainer, Author, and one of the pioneers of Holistic Dentistry. She is a woman of Purpose, Passion, Power, Prosperity and Inner Peace, committed 100% to the transformation, self-empowerment and upliftment of humanity and perpetuation of Hawaiian values in the spirit of aloha. She is founder of Hale Malamalama Ola Pono Hawaiian Holistic Healing Center on Big Island of Hawaii. and one of the founding members of Agape International Spiritual Center in Los Angeles.

Check out Rev. Kahealani on Facebook.

Living Life in Paradise

Dr. Rev. Kahealani Kawaiolamanaloa Satchitananda

Hawaiian Kingdom, Hawaii

Life Is Sacred! Cherish It!

November 3, 2011

Arts in the Valley, Saturday, October 29, 2011, 8 PM, 1480 KYOS AM

by arthouseflower

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On Saturday, October 29th, Arts in the Valley host Kim McMillon interviews retired professional baseball player, and artist David Baldwin; Public Outreach director Pam Moody regarding Last Hope Cat Kingdom’s upcoming fundraiser on November 5th, and Artist Vanessa Stretch will discuss the Holiday Affair- A fundraising event sponsored by Soroptimist International in Atwater on Saturday, November 5th.

To listen to David Baldwin’s interview, click onto the link:baseball
David Baldwin is a retired American professional baseball player, a right-handed, sidearm/submarine Major League pitcher.
Born in Tucson, Arizona, on March 30, 1938, Baldwin pitched for three years for the University of Arizona. In the 1959 College World Series he beat Fresno State 5 to 1 on a two-hitter and lost the final game of the series 5 to 3 to Oklahoma State. He signed with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1959 and pitched on three pennant winners in his first four years of pro ball. Later, he was a relief specialist for the Washington Senators (1966–69), Milwaukee Brewers (1970), and Chicago White Sox (1973).

After he retired from baseball in 1974 he earned a Ph.D. in genetics and an M.S. in systems engineering from the University of Arizona. He worked as a geneticist, engineer, and artist until his retirement in 2003. Subsequently, he has collaborated with other researchers studying the physics, physiology, and psychology of baseball. In addition, he has published his baseball memoir, Snake Jazz, and (under the pen name “DGB Featherkile”) a collection of his poetry, Limbic Hurly-Burly. Many of his poems have appeared in such journals as American Poetry Journal, Blue Unicorn, and Evansville Review. His poetry won the Atlanta Review’s 2007 International Publication Prize and the 2009 Fluvanna Prize from The Lyric.

Baldwin’s painting “Fugue for the Pepper Players” is in the collection of the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY, and was featured in Treasures of the Baseball Hall of Fame by John Thorn (1998) pp. 188–189.

To listen to Pam Moody’s interview, click onto the link:cat kingdom
Pam Moody, the Director of Public Outreach for Last Hope Cat Kingdom will discuss their upcoming fundraiser on Arts in the Valley. The Last Hope Cat Kingdom will hold its fundraiser, A Toast For Hope, at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 5 at the Boys and Girls Club, 615 W. 15th St. Select California wines and cheeses will be served and there will be live jazz music. The event will include an autograph signing by Oakland A’s pitcher Brian Fuentes, a live auction of team memorabilia, and a silent auction of original artwork, baseball memorabilia and gift certificates. Tickets are $35 in advance or $40 at the door. Call (209) 383-3741 or e-mail

To listen to Vanessa Stretch, click onto the link:accesories unlimited
Artist Vanessa Stretch will discuss the Holiday Affair- A fundraising event sponsored by Soroptimist International At the Atwater Community Center, November 5th from 9 am – 4 pm. The center is located at 760 E. Bellevue Road in Atwater. This brings in crafters’ from all over the county for a day of shopping, great food and companionship in the Christmas Spirit.

Vanessa will be showcasing her beautiful scarves. Stop by for an afternoon of fun, community, and art. For more information, call (209) 357-0931.

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