Headlined Guests that have appeared on BBS Radio TV
Kathy Forti, Ph.D. is the author of the newly released Truth Book Series: STACKS Library of Truth and STACKS Awakening Truth, a sci-fi thriller which takes place in Washington, D.C.’s Library of Congress, where a library employee accidentally opens up an interdimensional portal into a library within a library, where all truth is stored.
Prior to penning her novels, she was a clinical psychologist with over 30 years of experience in the mental health field. Her knowledge of psychopathology adds unusual character depth to her stories.
As a direct result of her own near-death experience in 2003, where her heart stopped, Forti became more creative. This led to the development and patent of the Trinfinity8 and Ascension11 energetic software technology, now used by holistic healing practitioners worldwide.
With a degree in journalism, she worked for several years as an associate producer for CBS-TV. She also wrote a TV pilot script for STACKS that won a Slamdance Teleplay Award. She launched, with the help of Pacific Rock Productions, which was led by an Emmy-winning producer, an original 11-part web series called STACKS The Truth Can Kill You.
She has authored a non-fiction book as well: Fractals of God: A Psychologist’s Near-Death Experience & Journeys Into the Mystical, and a children’s book series: Freddie Brenner’s Mystical Adventures.
Forti is a blogger and was a keynote speaker for NEXUS Magazine in Australia in 2010 and 2015. She addresses subjects related to health, consciousness, spirituality and the weird and wonderful. For years, she has been leading ancient mystery school groups to Egypt, having explored the water tunnels under the Great Pyramid, as well as closed-off tunnels under the Sphinx. Sometimes referred to as “a female Indiana Jones” after finding alien artifacts in Mexico, she is, at heart, an ancient explorer of the origins of humanity.
Born in Chicago, Forti has called many cities her home, including New York City, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Kansas, and Prescott, Arizona. She currently resides in Maui, Hawaii. For more information, please consult: https://stackslibraryoftruth.com/
Shawn is the founder of 1st Responder Conferences and a retired deputy from the King County Sheriff's Office in Seattle, WA. Shawn retired in 2022 after 25 years of service as a Wellness and Resiliency Detective and a therapy K9 handler. Jeff Thomas is a retired deputy for the King County Sheriff's Office. He worked for the King County Sheriff's Office for 32 years. Shawn and Jeff have two handsome young men, Andrew who is a volunteer firefighter and Cooper who will be going into the Army ROTC program in the fall of 2023.
Ken Elliott is an artist and writer living in Castle Rock, Colorado.
He is a full-time artist, and someone who has experienced and collected astonishing stories for over 30 years.
His book, Manifesting 1, 2, 3 … and You Don’t Need #3 is not an ordinary Manifesting or Law of Attraction book.
The book contains critically new information beyond the Law of Attraction and makes the entire manifesting process amazingly simple. Special tools or talents are not necessary.
The book also provides an elegant tool for dealing with your worries and negative thoughts. Thoughts create, and you don’t want to empower the negative ones!
Ken has experienced sending objects in thought and having them appear in the home of someone gifted enough to describe what had been sent.
Ken learned that intentions instantaneously start to manifest on the Other Side.
Ken has commented, "I was fortunate. I directly learned that thought creates, and does so immediately.
“In this book, I relate how thoughts begin to form in the non-physical world, and how you can bring them into your life simply and efficiently! The information I gleaned is so simple, it is laughable.”
A number of true stories are included in the book to clarify concepts and for your encouragement.
This is a results-oriented book. Over and over, people tell Ken about their successes with Manifesting 1, 2, 3.
They say, “It just works!”
Start pointing yourself toward happiness and don't forget, there is a bonus…
For more information on Ken's lectures and workshops, visit his website: www.manifesting123.com
To view Ken's artworks, visit www.kenelliott.com
My guest Daniel Scranton is a verbal channel, spiritual teacher, and sound healer. He has been channeling the 12th-dimensional, non-physical collective known as The Creators since the Fall of 2010. Since then, a wide array of other guides and collectives have spoken through him. Some of those include: Archangel Michael, Archangel Gabriel, The Pleiadian High Council of Seven, and The Arcturian Council. He also discovered an ability to channel light languages, and healing overtones, and he has used this ability to help others heal themselves and manifest the reality they desire. Daniel works with individuals in one-on-one sessions, does group events, and teaches a variety of classes, including channeling classes. His daily channeled messages can be found at: danielscranton.com and on his YouTube channel, where you can watch him channel each new transmission.
From debilitating chronic fatigue to the US Open in 6 months’ time, Veronica Karaman knows something about developing a championship mentality for overcoming adversity to make the impossible possible. The founder of TrueChampionAcademy.com, she is a speaker, golf professional, and high performance coach for aspiring athletes and other achievers. She is also an 8-time best-selling author of The Champion’s Way: Core Foundations for Achieving Peak Performance in Sports and Life, and her newest book, God, Make Me a Champion! An Athlete’s Journey of Faith into the Power of Surrender. Her passion and mission in life is to release the inner champion in others.
It was through her own journey out of “outward success but inward brokenness” as an overachieving, performance-driven athlete that Veronica discovered a better way to do life and performance---from a place of love and acceptance.
Her 12 Module on-line training system, The Champion’s Way, is based on the four zones of performance: the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. Equipping athletes with a framework of thought as to how peak performance happens instills in them a holistic approach to achievement.
Veronica also helps her students develop the identity of a champion so they perform from the center of who they are and not from the illusive meaning of an outward goal.
Her greatest passion and joy is in helping faith-based athletes make the connection between their faith and competition.
A graduate of Duke University and Regent University, Veronica holds two master’s degrees. She currently lives in Pinehurst, North Carolina, where she still enjoys playing championship golf as a senior competitor. Her golf career highlight was playing in the 1989 Women’s US Open.
Landry has focused on novel approaches to intractable health problems, combining medicine and organic chemistry. His work on cocaine addiction led to the discovery of an artificial enzyme to degrade cocaine. His report on the enzyme, published in Science, was chosen by the American Chemical Society as one of the 25 most important chemistry papers in the world for 1993. An agent (Cocaine esterase) he co-developed to treat cocaine overdose has entered clinical trials from Tonix Pharmaceuticals. He founded the Columbia Organic Chemistry Collaborative Center and it is through this Center that he conducts his current work on drug discovery.
Landry discovered a new hormone deficiency syndrome: vasopressin deficiency in vasodilatory shock. In pioneering the use of vasopressin to treat septic shock and vasodilatory shock after cardiopulmonary bypass, he changed clinical practice for these life-threatening conditions. He also founded ICU nephrology at Columbia, introducing continuous renal replacement therapy to treat renal failure in patients with shock.
Landry developed an alternative method for the production of human embryonic stem cells that relies on harvesting live, normal cells from embryos that—by objective, peer-reviewed criteria—have died of natural causes. Cells harvested from dead embryos would be covered under the established ethics governing transplantation of essential organs from deceased donors.
Shaun Monson is writer, director, and producer of documentary films.
His debut film, EARTHLINGS (2005), was narrated by Academy Award Nominee Joaquin Phoenix and is considered a milestone in documentary films for animal welfare organizations around the world. His follow-up film, UNITY (2015), which took 8 years to complete, features an astounding cast of 100 celebrity narrators.
In 2018 he co-produced the documentary DOMINION, narrated again by Joaquin Phoenix, along with Rooney Mara, Kat Von D, Sia, and Sadie Sink. The film is an updated look at modern-day factory farming.
During the pandemic in 2020, he released a series of short films beginning with GUARDIANS OF LIFE, about the wildfires in the Amazon and Australia. The film stars Joaquin Phoenix, Rosario Dawson, Oona Chaplain, Matthew Modine, Adria Arjona, Albert Hammond, and Q’orianka Kilcher.
He also directed the short film LIBERTY, again starring Joaquin Phoenix, which was filmed the day after winning the Academy Award for JOKER. The film is about the release of a mother and calf from a slaughterhouse.
Monson also produced and directed the film THERE WAS A KILLING, about the death of animal activist Regan Russell in Toronto.
In 2021, he produced and directed a follow-up to LIBERTY called INDIGO, released on Earth Day, where Phoenix visits the animals he rescued at a sanctuary one year later.
Monson, Phoenix, and Rooney collaborated again on a public service announcement called A CHECKERED PAST, which is about 42 primates at a sanctuary that closed, and they all needed to be re-homed.
In 2022 he began adapting Dr. Michael Greger’s New York Times best-selling book HOW NOT TO DIE into a documentary film, a project that is ongoing.
He also directed the short film THE HEART WHISPERER about activists who are unsung heroes.
In 2023 he produced and directed THE DEER OF CATALINA, a short film about the plight of mule deer on the island.
He is currently developing a new project on alternative proteins that will help eliminate climate change, world hunger, and factory farming, but are dismissed through misinformation campaigns funded by animal agriculture. The film is entitled MASTERS OF CREATION.
Luis Oliart, Southern California guitarist, singer/songwriter, has been described as, “simply magical … totally captivating … compelling.” His sound blends funk, rock, soul and blues to produce music with a fresh groove and full of soul.
Oliart has entertained audiences at venues throughout the world, including, BB KIng’s, CBGB, Hard Rock Cafe, House of Blues, Key Club, Knitting Factory, The Bitter End, Troubadour and, yes, Carnegie Hall. Plus a long list of performances in Vancouver, Toronto, Thailand, Spain, France, Germany, Denmark, Greece and Switzerland.
Although he’s a talented multi-instrumentalist, often identified with his electric, acoustic and Dobro guitar wizardry, Luis has gotten rave reviews for his vocal chops and songwriting skills. As Music Connection Magazine’s Bernard Baur raved,
“Oliart weaves extraordinary rhythms and guitar percussion that are simply magical.”
Along the way, Luis managed to make the Top 50 on NBC’s Star Tomorrow, which also earned him the high praise from Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top.
Luis Oliart & The Hinges have just released their new single, “Hold On To Our Love,” which is a further of Oliart’s refinement of his unique “soul-funk-blues” songwriting and performances. The obvious appeal of Luis’ approach is seen weekly in Southern California venues where Luis Oliart & The Hinges have crowds up on their feet with sets that rely heavily on Oliart originals.
Luis Oliart said, “I wrote Hold On To Our Love so our band, The Hinges, would have a lively, happy song for our live shows. I am a fan of traditional African music and artists, so we’re striving to create a feeling that leans into that African sound of jubilation mixed it’s musical descendent, the American blues. It turned into a celebration in the studio when we were able to jam on this song with the same energy as in our live shows.”
Luis’ current band, Luis Oliart & The Hinge includes: Fishbone founders, Norwood Fisher & John Steward, Pharcyde keyboard legend, Chuck Boogie and guitarist Jay O’Keefe.
Famous actor, John Fiore, is best known for his role in HBO’s The Sopranos as Gigi Cestone. Fiore’s love for acting first began while he was still in high school and trying to figure out what he wanted to do with his life. Fiore was offered to be part of a play and deep inside he felt like he could really pull that together and actually act well. While playing in this show, Fiore felt a desire to pursue a career in acting. It was his talent that got Fiore strong roles like that of Gigi Cestone in The Sopranos, and NBC’s crime drama Law & Order where he played the role of detective Tony Profaci. Fiore’s most recent work was his role in Meet the Mobsters whereas the lead actor he portrays Johnny Slade, who is a wannabe singer. Fiore was also recently involved in playing the former Edgartown police chief, Dominick Arena, in the film Chappaquiddick. This film talks about a time when Ted Kennedy drove to Martha ’s Vineyard Bridge and his passenger, Mary Jo Kopechne drowns. The story is set in 1969 and the film was released in 2017. Apart from these major roles, Fiore was also seen on Showtime’s Brotherhood as Alphonse Nozzoli, and in Guiding Light as Vinnie Salerno. Fiore was born in Boston, Massachusetts. He now lives in Stoneham.
My guest Joy Baker is a remarkable and compassionate soul dedicated to guiding her clients on a profound journey of emotional release and healing. With a unique expertise in untangling the threads of trapped emotions resulting from trauma, Joy's work transcends conventional healing practices. Joy's mission is rooted in the understanding that trauma can silently shape our lives, affecting our emotions, actions, experiences, and even our physical well-being. Joy knows firsthand the importance of addressing these silent echoes of pain. Joy had a childhood marked by adversity – encompassing abuse, epilepsy, speech impediments, and relentless bullying - which ignited an unquenchable fire within her to rise above and heal it all. Clients who have had the privilege of experiencing her clearings and activations shed the weight of past traumas, paving the way for authenticity, empowerment, and a rekindled zest for life. Visit: http://www.CourageInAction.com/. Or email Joy at email@example.com
Hello, I am MJ (Mary Jo) Ross, and I’ve lived in Oklahoma since 1998. I have an extensive background in nonprofits and business, but I’m here to share things about me that are more personal.
If you’ve been abused or know someone who has, I want you to know that there is healing no matter how bad the abuse is or was. It is possible to not only survive but also thrive. It’s not an easy journey, but it is worth it.
As a survivor of many types of abuse from birth to right before I started my senior year of high school, I was born into a generational satanic cult, sex trafficked by four family members, and experienced awful things you don’t want to imagine.
After years of feeling ashamed about what happened to me, I finally realized in 2022 that I was not the one who should be ashamed. The abusers should be. I discovered that telling my story and supporting other survivors has helped me heal. It also permits others to share their story.
Even after years of therapy, instead of using drugs, alcohol, cutting, starving, binging, or many other things to keep the feelings and memories deep inside and try to cut them off completely, I became a workaholic. After all, when you work seven days a week for years, it’s easy to ignore those feelings and memories.
As a single mom without child support, I quickly got caught up in work. As an executive director of up to six nonprofit state professional associations at the same time, I also owned a for-profit association management and consulting company. I helped start a national nonprofit on top of that.
Work travel kept me on the road 26 weekends a year for three straight years. I became severely burned out. I had to close my business because it was too dependent on me. It was excruciating because I discovered that my work was my identity. Knowing that I’m not meant for the corporate world, I opened a consulting business along the way and trained as a Small Business Transformation Coach to learn all the company “stuff” I didn’t know the first time.
I began volunteering with SCORE Tulsa as a mentor, helping business owners and nonprofit executives write business plans and guide their businesses toward a successful future. I also met a representative of The Demand Project through LinkedIn and became a volunteer with their organization which fights crimes against children.
Chad M. Bruckner is an author and motivational speaker from Allentown, PA. Chad served 13 years in Law Enforcement and 8 years in the U.S. Army Infantry. Chad was promoted to Sergeant at 20 and led combat missions in Iraq. Chad is a passionate advocate for veterans and police officers. Chad’s mission is to inspire and empower first responders and veterans to reach their full potential. Chad has developed training programs in wellness, leadership and resiliency; and publicly speaks on these issues. Chad is guided by his Faith and Core Values and has dedicated his life to serving others. Chad holds a Master’s Degree in Digital Forensics and a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice. Chad is married to the love of his life, Kristen, and they have 3 children. Chad loves Philly sports, music and film. Connect with Chad on socials!
My guest Krys Ra El Is a Spiritual Specialist and a Guide of Ether Physics. Krys offers easy to understand clarity on topics such as: Gravity, The Ether, Teleportation, and The Comprehension of Time. When Krys is in the role of Cosmic Guide, and Spiritual Specialist, he helps others remember their true spiritual nature while bringing forth knowledge and insights on Cosmology which includes interstellar communication and ways to transcend the 3D Earth conditions. He shares advice for those who are ready to become an interstellar citizen. Krys also assists others in organizing their business as spiritual organisms, while providing information on what it means to live-in alignment with God’s Law. Krys enjoys giving ordainment, wedding ceremonies, spiritual mentorship, and showing others how they too can administer over their lives aligned with the source.
A good brand with poor sales leaves you financially and mentally broken.
I am a physiotherapist, medical and health writer, and Copywriter.
I am here to help you restructure and build your health brand, website, and blogs with well-researched information.
Let me tell you how I will help you boost your sales and create your desired brand.
But before then, let me share my accomplishments with you.
In 2018, I received the Young best researcher award at a national physiotherapy association conference.
In 2022, my research work got published in an international journal.
Here is the link
I have written 200+ SEO medical and health articles on Fiverr and Upwork.
Back to the question, HOW WILL I IMPROVE YOUR BRAND VISIBILITY AND SALES WITH WORDS?
✔ I study and understand what your audience truly wants.
✔ I write well-researched content and copy
✔ I write articles and copy free of grammatical errors but speak the exact language of your audience
✔ I write emails and sales copy that address your audience's pain and give them reasons to buy from you.
Can we have a discovery call so I can get to understand your brand?
Salman serves as the CEO of National Foot & Ankle Partners, a physician centric company focused on enabling independent foot & ankle surgery / podiatry practices to thrive.
As a husband to a practicing foot & ankle surgeon (a graduate of Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine), the rewards and challenges of foot & ankle healthcare is part of the family – and he has a deep appreciation and understanding for the professionals who practice it.
Salman himself is a physician by background and completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Cardiothoracic Transplantation Immunology at Yale University School of Medicine.
However, during the course of his medical training, he was increasingly captivated by how healthcare systems are developed and organized to allow healthcare delivery at scale. This prompted the decision to play a broader role within the healthcare ecosystem rather than practicing clinical medicine & surgery - and he found the ideal starting point through joining McKinsey & Company - a global management consulting firm.
At McKinsey & Company’s NYC office - Salman focused on serving clients across the full range of healthcare sectors, including pharmaceuticals, health insurance as well as government led health care services.
Salman subsequently went on to become a Principal in the Health Insurance and Hospital focused practice at The Boston Consulting Group, another global management consulting firm.
He thereafter served as the Head of Operations for an established and growth-stage health tech company called Zocdoc and oversaw the scale up of multiple operational teams serving small medical practice as well as large hospital clients
Prior to becoming CEO of National Foot & Ankle Partners, Salman founded and ran a thriving management consulting practice serving the operational and strategic needs of a wide variety of healthcare clients which included PE backed medical practice platforms as well as health insurance clients from the large nationals to local Blue plans.
Jack Evans was first elected to the Council of the District of Columbia in a 1991 special election and re-elected in 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004 and 2008. Jack was elected by his colleagues to serve as the Chair Pro Tempore (Vice Chair) of the DC Council in 2001.
Jack's work in DC politics and other organizations included: 1992, 1996 and 2000 Democratic National Conventions, as well as 2004 Howard Dean DC Co-Chair; 1992 and 1996 Bill Clinton's DC Co-Chair; 2008 Hillary Clinton DC Co-Chair; and DC Democratic Party Treasurer (1988-1991).
Jack received an economics degree with honors from the Wharton School in 1975 and a law degree from the University of Pittsburgh, School of Law in 1978. He began practicing law at the Securities and Exchange Commission in the Division of Enforcement.
Neeshad is an Environmentalist, and policy-oriented social change advocate, best known for his work on climate movement, environmental and climate policies in the Middle East. His core area of expertise includes analyzing global environmental and climate politics, Energy Transition, and sustainability issues. An active civil society member and has been a prominent presence at international climate summits especially UN Climate Summit (COP’s) since 2015 on various capacities, including role of youth and NGOs for climate action. He holds a master’s degree in Energy and Environmental Engineering and based in Doha, Qatar.
He was named in the Apolitical’s List of the 100 Most Influential People in Climate Policy in 2019 and 2022 respectively.
Neeshad is currently the Co-founder & Executive Director at the Arab Youth Climate Movement Qatar, a first registered youth lead non-profit association in the State of Qatar. He is a Board Member at Climate Action Network (CAN) Arab World and CoalitionWILD. UNESCO Youth Climate Action Network (YoU-CAN) and UNEP Youth Regional Facilitator for the Middle East. He is also a Non-Resident Fellow at Middle East Institute (MEI) and Agent of Change Fellow with Wilson Center.
His articles and interviews have appeared in Euro News, France24, Al Jazeera, BBC, Washington Post, WEF Agenda, Guardian, Anadolu Agency, Inside Arabia, The Gulf Times, Qatar Tribune, Qatar Today, Peninsula Qatar and others.
As a percussionist, Patrick Richey has traveled the globe performing, recording, and collaborating with musicians from India, Morocco, and everywhere in between. As a tabla player, he has accompanied such artists as Abhijit Banerjee and Tarang, AZA, Dave Stringer, Jai Uttal, Kali Ray, Arjun Baba, and C.C. White.
Richey has co-led music, kirtan workshops, yoga, and travel adventures in the Himalayas, Bali, Morocco, the Netherlands, Belgium, Mexico, and the United States. He studied tabla under Sri Abhiman Kaushal and Pandit Nandkumar Bhatlouande and received his M.A. in Music from the University of California, Santa Cruz.