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Making Life Brighter

Making Life Brighter

Thursday at 10 AM Pacific

November 03rd 2014:Iridology With Ellen Tart Jensen /The Million Tree Project

Don't miss this educational and inspirational show on November 3rd, 2014 at 10am with your host Winifred Adams. Expert Iridologist, Ellen Tart-Jensen will share her extensive knowledge of the colored portion of the iris and what it means in relation to our health, otherwise known as the study of Iridology. Ellen's Extensive background in nutrition, healing will be discussed as we showcase her brilliant book, Health is Your Birthright. Next up, meet Gashaw Tahir, recognized by the United Nations, The United States and Ethiopia and soon with a special via the LA Times for his ground-breaki

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Ellen Tart-Jensen

Ellen Tart-Jensen, Ph.D., D.Sc, CCII is a graduate of Appalachian State University, University of New Mexico, Westbrook University and the Open International University. She has studied and worked in the field of Iridology for 25 years and in the fields of Nutrition and Natural Healing Methods for 30 years. She is certified to teach Certification Classes by the International Iridology Practitioners Association (IIPA). Having taught numerous classes with Dr. Bernard Jensen, she is certified to teach Iridology and sign certificates by him. For two years, Tart-Jensen studied natural healing methods at the Prasura Natural Health Clinic in Switzerland. For five years she wrote articles, edited
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Gashaw A. Tahir

GASHAW TAHIR FOLLOWING FOOTSTEPS NOBEL PRIZE WINNER - Waangary Maathai In 2004 as most people will recall, Kenya's Wangari Maathai became the first African woman to win the Nobel Prize for her sterling work on the environment. Wangari Maathai started a campaign to plant tens of millions of trees across East Africa. Gashaw Tahir, an Ethiopian, seems to be following in the footsteps of Wangari Maathai and has so far collaborated with Ethiopian youth to plant 1 million trees on 11,000 acres of land in Ethiopia. Gashaw said recently in an interview with America.gov "My ultimate vision is making Africa green again," he says. "That inspires me, touches me, and moves me into action."
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