45 thoughts on “L. A. Marzulli on Hagman & Hagman! Tonight!

    • Greetings, L.A and friends.

      As for you, Seashoremary!!! Thanks for posting the ‘God on the Mountain’ song/video (yesterday’s blog)!

      Don’t know why or what it is but I seem to only cry when I’m happy. Just watched/listened to the video/song… should have had the kleenex at hand!

      Thank you very much.

    • @ Pete: You’re welcome! I hadn’t heard this song in a very long time but only God knows what we need because the song popped up in my spirit a few days ago and I know it was the Lord God ministering to me.

      Glad it helped you because the song came back to me when I was posting my comments on this blog.

      Blessings.

    • Mary … funny in a way …. But if the ban comes to Canada, I won’t give up my hair dryer without a struggle! Would take too long to dry the long dark tresses! What do they think we should do? Lie down on the floor with head over the heating/a/c vent? 😮

    • Hey Linda…I thought Paul Watson’s attitude was hilarious. There was a time when I didn’t have a hair dryer, so I would sit under my ceiling fan on high speed while putting on my makeup!

      We would have a serious problem if electricity gets cut off if martial law comes into effect, in which case, being that here it gets very hot (drought), all one has to do is bundle up wet hair (assuming they let us keep water), go outside in the hot sun and with wet hair it actually feels very good, keeps body temperature down.

      Ha, ha, ha! Now my toaster and kettles…well that’s another matter.

      Speaking of kettles, I once read a story where there was a small down, (back in the day) it was being attacked because the men were out hunting or something, I can’t remember…anyway the men were not around but the ladies got it together ran outside their cottages and defended themselves with pots and pans, kettles with hot oil, waving over their heads. The ladies actually won that battle!

      So, if we loose our hair dryers, fight for the kettles, pots and pans to defend yourself, it actually works!

      As for cooking eggs, here we can actually break an egg over the hood of a hot car and the egg is cooked! I’m not kidding it does get hot here. Now in winter, that’s another matter…no hot hoods available.

      Blessings.

  1. You may have something there, Jeff:
    And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars:And she being with child cried, travailing in birth, and pained to be delivered.
    And there appeared another wonder in heaven; and behold a great red dragon, having seven heads and ten horns, and seven crowns upon his heads. And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth: and the dragon stood before the woman which was ready to be delivered, for to devour her child as soon as it was born.

    It’s this time of year when Virgo has the sun in it’s ‘house’ and the moon under her feet.

  2. Latest on Joe Taylor from his Facebook page:

    “Joe Taylor
    August 29
    Thank you all for your concern and prayers. I won’t be able to answer everyone. I’m still pretty wiped out. This is my first day out of bed in three weeks. I’m mystified as to how this has started type 2 dibetes at the same time. I’m in good hands here. The others on the dinosaur dig did a good job in my absence.”

    It’s going to be a slow haul back up. Please keep praying for him.

    Also pray for Richard Shaw who is headed to Israel with a crew of people for the next couple of weeks or so.

  3. L.A. – I understand the importance of getting your message out, but I would say that I’ve not heard much in the way of the truth (as I understand things, and I’m a life long DC area resident) from Hagman and Hagman shows. I have listened many times, and their utterances about the government and other parties involved in national leadership are so untrue in my opinion, it’s literally laughable. If you want people to take you seriously, stay away from shows that spread lies, . Just a friendly word of advice…. Think about the conflicts of interest having Steve Quayle telling people that bank holidays and war are imminent, when they have interests in businesses which sell gold/precious metals and benefit from sales of survivalist inventory. Wonder how that’s working out????

    • ^^ Amen to that.

      A few quick points:

      The Hagmanns are Christians.

      They are also very fair and generous with their guests many of whom have differing views on numerous issues from each other and from the hosts.

      Does everyone agree with everyone on everything? No way.

      Any “tests of orthodoxy” issues? Not that I’m aware of.

      “http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cfp-radio/2014/08/29/russ-dizdar-on-the-hagmann-hagmann-report”

      ^^ Russ Dizdar was on last Thursday.

      This was an incredible show and I think anyone who listens to this would be hard pressed to not be impressed. It was a Christ centered show.

      “http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cfp-radio/2014/08/22/paul-mcguire-on-the-hagmann-hagmann-report”

      Ditto with Paul McGuire a week prior.

      Greg: One remark you made that I’d like to see more specific elaboration on is this since this is an accusation that goes to integrity:

      “…but I would say that I’ve not heard much in the way of the truth

      ***(as I understand things, and I’m a life long DC area resident)***

      from Hagman and Hagman shows.

      I have listened many times, and their utterances about the government and other parties involved in national leadership are so untrue in my opinion, it’s literally laughable.”

      Statements like these don’t mean much without something concrete and specific to back them up. It looks like a drive-by attack as is.

      It’s possible that your understanding could be flawed and potentially through no fault of your own.

      Think about it. You’re right in the middle of the cesspool. It makes perfect sense that the haze of disinformation and lies would be thickest the closer to the source you get.

      So in any event I’d be interested to see more specificity and elaboration to at least try and understand what’s behind your accusation against the Hagmanns’ integrity.

    • Since Steve Quayle is a near permanent guest on the Hagman and Hagman show, and is purported to be a “christian”, please see the below text from the Alerts section of Stevequayle.com on March 13, 2013. 100% lies…
      BANK MANAGER VERIFIES CASH WITH DRAWL LIMITS AND REDUCED HOURS COMING TO US BANKS WITHIN 60 DAYS
      Gentlemen:
      Just received a call from a highly agitated bank manager who stated that within 60 days, banks will be greatly reducing their hours, days of operation, amount of withdrawals and a requirement to fill out “paperwork” if the amount is questioned by bank officials. Unless the form is completed, money will not be disbursed. What really irritated this manager is that after hearing our statements on the air, and receiving years of assurance that our positions and contacts were so much bravo sierra, now he hears from corporate people that it is apparently true after all. He said, “screw them, grab the money while you can.” The parameters given were banks open two days a week for four to five hours with below minimum staffs, increased security and greatly reduced amounts of actual cash in the vault. Amount of withdrawal will be held to $500-2000 per day per customer account–not customer. So my account could only have either my wife or I withdraw, not both. That level could change at ANY time. There is no plan (at least known) for automatic confiscation from accounts–yet, and he said that the banks hold the “ownership” authority and final disposition of any items found in safety deposit boxes. (surprise, surprise!) Withholding mortgage payments could result in expedited (30) day foreclosures and 15 day Sheriff’s locks on your front door.
      The Federal Reserve could and will initiate other more draconian restrictions on all aspects of “private” banking and access to any property held by banks. It could include forfeiture of your primary (paid for) residence if your summer cottage has a mortgage and you fail to pony up to keeping it current or any forthcoming restrictions on your accounts.
      Clearly, the only option is to close accounts or only keep funds that can be paid instantly to keep electric, water, or other critical accounts paid. Cash will be drying up—so, unless people hold precious metals, bullets (the new currency) or medicines, etc., you are screwed. Barter will be king. As the Colonel said yesterday, “the universe is contracting into the black hole. There is no way to escape its pull.” (Political/economic/social order black hole) Received at 1545 hours
      20 March 2013
      The Lawman

      Mar 20, 2013

      Now – if you read this, and this was actually going to happen, it would be pretty scary, don’t you think? Think it would convince readers to buy some gold and silver, and food/survival supplies from Mr. Quayle? I ask you – did these things happen? If you listen to Hagman and Hagman, you surely notice that there is some mystery guy named “V” who is basically saying the same things as above, and more….”end of the dollar” buy gold, etc… This is scary stuff to be throwing out there for folks who don’t know better. Lying about these things is in my view pure evil – but it does get listeners eh?

      Use your common sense. The Quayle Alert I posted above is directly from his website. Go look it up if you don’t believe me…

    • And Wait! There’s more! From the Infowars.com website November 5, 2010 re: Mr. Quayle…..

      BANK HOLIDAY RUMORS SWIRL AMIDST CURRENCY CRISIS
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      Paul Joseph Watson
      Infowars.com
      November 5, 2010
      With the world on the verge of a currency war as the Federal Reserve follows through on its dollar-killing quantitative easing program, rumors are once again swirling of a “bank holiday,” during which US citizens will be prevented from withdrawing money or at least limited in the amount of the withdrawal they can make.

      The bank holiday is rumored to be set for next week, with Thursday November 11 pinpointed as the likeliest date.

      According to radio host Steve Quayle, a pastor was told by one of the managers of a prominent east coast bank that banks would close for an undetermined amount of time, and that when they reopened, “all withdrawals by checks would be limited to $500 per week – no matter what the balance in the account is.”

      Limiting the amount of money customers can withdraw or blocking the facility altogether reminds us of a Citigroup advisory that was sent to customers at the start of the year which stated that the bank reserved “the right to require (7) days advance notice before permitting a withdrawal from all checking accounts.” The story stoked fears that financial institutions were preparing for bank runs.

      On his website, Quayle asks, “When in U.S. History has a sitting President taken off on an overseas trip for an extended period of time, with 65 airplanes, 34 warships reportedly 3,000 people including his friends and cohorts, at the pinnacle of an economic and political upheaval?”

      Fears of a bank holiday first arose in June of last year, when it was rumored that banks would close their doors in early September. Concern was fueled by reports that US embassies in foreign countries were purchasing large quantities of local currency.

      With Brazil and other countries now threatening to take drastic currency measures to protect themselves against a dollar crisis, a similar financial environment is stoking identical fears.

      Bank holidays are not without precedent in the United States. On March 5 1933, newly elected Franklin Roosevelt declared a “bank holiday” that lasted four days, during which he rammed through the Emergency Banking Act which granted FDR near dictatorial control over the dealings of banks. The Act also forced every citizen and business in the country to relinquish their gold in exchange for paper currency.

      The 1933 bank holiday served as a face-saving mechanism for many financial institutions – thousands of them never reopened after the closure period had ended.

      While we expect it to be business as usual next week and the rumors to subside as they did last year, the mere fact that this fear keeps cropping up shows how jittery the economic landscape is right now.

      Indeed, the debate is no longer about whether the US financial system and the dollar will come crashing down or not, but if that inevitable process will be characterized as a sudden collapse or death by a thousand cuts. The latter seems to be more likely, with a few lurches and leaps along the way, the first of which was Ben Bernanke’s announcement on Tuesday that the Fed will buy $600 billion of U.S. government bonds over the next eight months.

      The blame for this turmoil can be laid firmly at the feet of Bernanke, acting at the behest of the Fed’s owners, who having promised in June last year that they would not monetize the debt of the U.S. government. have now embarked upon a “mad experiment” that will precipitate “the collapse of the US dollar paper standard,” as CLSA’s Chris Wood describes it.

      As the Honorable Louis McFadden, Chairman of the House Banking and Currency Committee, warned in 1933, the Fed does not care that it is killing the dollar because its role is to represent the interests of its international owners and its Wall Street cronies, not the American people.

      “Some people think that the Federal Reserve Banks are United States Government institutions. They are private monopolies which prey upon the people of these United States for the benefit of themselves and their foreign customers; foreign and domestic speculators and swindlers; and rich and predatory money lenders,” said McFadden.

      So while the happy clappers on Wall Street are drunkenly celebrating the fact that their artificially inflated stock market is surging solely as a result of the value of the dollar being eviscerated, Main Street is hunkering down for a long winter, beset by worries about hyperinflation, rising food prices and gas price hikes, as oil follows gold’s meteoric rise, again solely as a result of the Fed’s decision to debase the greenback.

      Financial upheaval has been matched by political upheaval, and we can only hope that Congressman Ron Paul and his son, Senator in waiting Rand Paul, can build momentum to finally cut out the cancer that is destroying America – by ending the Fed for good.

    • Greg..
      Looks to me that your problems is with Steve Quayle not the Hagmanns, and most of the things you are posting from Q-alerts are all coming to pass!
      Emanate war (middle east, ISIS, Hamas, Syria and the rest) Rising food prices, gas prices and hyperinflation, HELLO have you been to the store lately ($9.99 for two lb of bacon $5.95 a lb for ground beef $2.25 for a dz eggs) what a year ago cost $110 dollars now cost $175 for basically the same stuff ?
      ;
      ;
      L.A… listen to the Hagmanns show tonite GREAT SHOW, put out so much information in such a short time.
      Thanks for all you do, and God Bless!

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      — Nick Bostrom

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      — nome

    • @ recap, recap…
      – ribo, ribo
      – ribbet, ribbet
      – robot, robot
      – rabbit, rabbit
      – Ray bet, Ray bet
      – reboot, reboot

      rebop, rebop

      “http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ware_Tetralogy”

    • If Douglas R. Hofstadter could sufficiently quantify this statement:

      Jesus said unto them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Before Abraham was, I am.

      I would pay for his next haircut!

    • Hi, Nomemoleste, and friends.

      I much prefer that version (above) of American Pie to that of the madonna one (admittedly, I’ve never listened to her’s in its entirety) and I deny being the owner of the ‘Moog Plays Abba’ album that is among my vinyl records collection! I swear I do not know whom it belongs or how it got there! (my sisters are pretty mean to me, so I have my suspicions).

      A long, long, time ago I read a yarn about American Pie being a cryptic song about Christ and the Crucifixion but I think this “https://www.cfa.harvard.edu/~jdevor/links/TheMeaningOfAmericanPie.htm” is a more proper explanation.
      🙂

    • Great pointer Pete!

      @ fallen angels losing their autonomy
      @ humans losing their soul as x-humans
      @ androids “learning” to empathize

      Raybot already lost it…
      – lost future immortality
      – the 666 interface made
      – the damned ‘botics
      – de-dimensionalized

    • Re: David Hanson robots

      How creepy … sentient robots with “empathy” being “seeds of hope for our future”? …and childhood companions? (..not to mention other types of companions..) Some real entertainment would be putting all the “sentient” bots together one day with all the”killer” (Dalek?) bots to fight it out … don’t you think?! >:D

    • “David Hanson looks like a cross between Wolverine and Rip Taylor.” — True!

      Azureceu, maybe interesting to toss David Hanson into the robot fight too? But who knows …maybe one of his “sentients” will get angry one day and turn on him anyway!

    • “maybe one of his “sentients” will get angry one day and turn on him anyway”

      True true, as for an example once upon a time there was the heat gun and it turned against humanity and became the blower dryer and here we are today all frizzled about it.

  5. Happy Labor day to everyone. I am still wondering why Jerry Lewis got fired from the telethon. I hope MDA can carry on without him and the telethon.

    • I think I read somewhere that Jerry really wasn’t fired per se. It was because there is a cure for M.S. and Jerry wanted it released to the public. The “establishment” refused to cooperate with him.

      There is money $$$$ in telethons, billions, so it’s unlikely that the establishment will fold.

      The same is true for cancer, eBola virus–treatment and cures do exist but again, $$$ is involved in big pharma, etc.

      I’ve been working on the eBola virus treatment for an upcoming article and have come across the proven “inhibitor” that the U.S. Government contracted back in 2009.

      It took me a long time to find the government study (but I found it about a day or two ago) because sites were stating that the study existed but no one actually had the study available for viewing/researching it.

      In fact, the remedy, has a patent but the patent doesn’t carry the name eBola, but does have the term “hemorrhagic fever,” among many other uses for it.

      It’s nano particles associated with colloidal silver at 10 ppm.

      Evil has a face, like L.A. has stated…

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  7. Dear Mr. Marzulli,

    I want to take the opportunity to give you my heartfelt condolences regarding the passing of your father. I had hoped to give you this sooner but it seemed every time I logged onto your blog, the comments had already been shut off. I know it’s not easy saying goodbye to our heroes, I lost my own father not too long ago. It’s good to know they are no longer in pain, but it’s painful for us to be without them. Praise God we have Christ’s assurance that we will be together again in His name. God bless you and your family.

    Most sincerely,
    Your sister In Christ
    Laura Adams

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