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Complexity in the Transgendered Space

February 3, 2015

A short but robust commentary about aspects of the transgendered gestalt that have not been addressed. The listening public is invited to make comments that deepen and expand the conversation.

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Ishtar Babilu Dingir – Shamanism, Initiation, and Empowerment

January 26, 2015

Ishtar Babilu Dingir shares her insights into shamanism, alchemy, initiation, and the empowerment of experiencing a shamanic journey.

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Shaun Kirwan – The Spirit of The Land Matters

January 19, 2015

Drawing on his western Geomancy training and background in Shamanism and Buddhism, Georepairman Shaun Kirwan has developed intuitive techniques for earth healing and creating sacred space.

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Hugh Newman – Reconnecting Us To Our Ancestors

January 12, 2015

Hugh Newman, the founder of the yearly Megalithomania Conference, shares his passion for reconnecting us to the earth and our ancestors.

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Carol Pool – Laughter, Lore, and Creative Magic in Glastonbury

January 7, 2015

Every now and then you have a chance to meet someone who really understands the creative, magical realm. Renowned poetess Carol Pool stewards the mystery, the magic, and the wisdom of Glastonbury, England. Join us as we explore Glastonbury’s colorful history, Carol’s poetry, and the power of creativity.

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Sandie Camara – Psychic Accuracy and Integrity

December 26, 2014

Sandie Camara joins us to share about hypnotherapy, past life regression, and the many nuances and aspects of psychic work.

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Orgonite and Transmutation – Carol and Don Croft

December 2, 2013

Carol and Don Croft make beautiful orgone energy products that transmute toxic land and sea environments into thriving ecosystems. We discuss their book The Life Etheric, aerosol spraying, and advanced technologies.

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Richard Bach: A Special Gift For Christmas

December 24, 2012

This holiday season, we’d like to honor author Richard Bach and present our 2010 interview with him as a gift to our listeners. This timeless segment contains words of wisdom that are not only relevant to creative people, but to anyone trying to accomplish something. Richard Bach was turned down by the best of the best, and many even wanted to ban his book Jonathan Livingston Seagull, but it topped the New York Times Best Seller List for 38 weeks. Bach is currently recovering from a recent plane crash – this is why it’s important to honor people while they’re still alive for who they are and the wonderful works they have brought to us. Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all the listeners of It’s Rainmaking Time!®

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John Urwin – The Sassy Assassin in Newcastle

July 3, 2012

John Urwin was recruited into an assassination team so secret that its members were not allowed to know what it really was or who they were serving. Is he the real deal, or a character in an up-and-coming new film?

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