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Welcome! We will be airing another startlingly hopeful Planetary Makeover TV show live, featuring a documentary by Frances Oman.
This broadcast features another inspiring documentary that gives hope which we certainly need right now!
See and hear all about this 'star’ that appears to be technologically and spiritually the same as the one in Jesus’ time and that today announces the the dawn now of a world that works for everybody!
“Coincidence or Miracle?” Due to the extraordinarily timely coincidence that the day of our broadcast the world is poised to witness what astronomers call the Great Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn. It is rare for them to be close enough to each other to align -- the last time was in 1623. Online posts about this event claim that this will be the official change into the age of Aquarius, the age of synthesis and brotherhood. Please share this widely.
Miranda is the former president of the National Schools Boards Association (NSBA) based in the Washington, DC area. In her role as president and NSBA director, she traveled the U.S. as a leading voice and advocate for equity and excellence in education for more than 50 million children in our nation’s schools. She represented 90 thousand school board members on a national education tour to Central and Western Europe. Miranda is the past president of the Laurel School District Board of Trustees and past president of the Mississippi School Boards Association. She has more than 20 years of leadership experience on the local, state and national levels.
Miranda is a graduate of the University of Mississippi at Oxford, Mississippi with a degree in broadcast journalism with an emphasis in public relations. She worked in various roles as a newscaster, producer, and assistant news content director at a Hattiesburg, Mississippi television station. Former Governor Kirk Fordice appointed Miranda as a commissioner to the Mississippi Employment Security Commission, a position she held for eight years. She is a former member of the Board of Directors for the Greater Mississippi Girl Scouts and past president of the Mississippi Associated Press Broadcasters Association.