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The future is quantum | An interview with Lee Carroll

Lee Carroll spent the first 20 years of his professional life as an audio engineer, after graduating from California Western University with a business and economics degree. That reputation has faded however, as he has become known around the world for his books, lectures, and presentations of the wisdom of a non-physical entity by the name of Kryon. I stumbled upon the Kryon books about 10 years ago, when a […]

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An unprecedented opportunity | An interview with Rev. angel Kyodo williams

Rev. angel Kyodo williams is an ordained Zen Buddhist priest, spiritual maverick, author, activist, and founder of CXC (Center for Transformative Change), in Berkeley, California, which is dedicated to “changing the way change is done.” Rather than encourage spiritual seekers to become more politically active, CXC supports social activists in becoming more spiritual. Rev. angel believes this is the only way we will “flip the switch” in people’s hearts so […]

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Preserving the wild human | An interview with Dr. Louis Herman

Dr. Louis G. Herman is a professor of political science at the University of Hawai‘i – West O‘ahu and the author of Future Primal: How Our Wilderness Origins Show Us the Way Forward, which reviewers have called “a stunning book that responds to the multiple crises of globalized humanity by recovering the classical project of political philosophy as the search for the best way to live.” Born into an orthodox […]

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Robert Salas

Aliens among us: An interview with retired Air Force officer Robert Salas

Robert Salas graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1964 and holds a master’s degree in aerospace engineering. In his seven years of active duty, from 1964-1971, he worked as a weapons controller, flew target drones, commanded inter-continental ballistic missiles as a launch officer, and participated as a missile propulsion engineer on the Titan III program. In March 1967, Salas was working the night shift as DMCCC (Deputy Crew […]

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