Headlined Guests that have appeared on BBS Radio TV
Janine Talty, D.O., M.P.H. Is board certified in Family Medicine by the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians. She specializes in clinical biomechanics, orthopedic medicine, and Osteopathic manipulative medicine. She holds two masters degrees. The first is in the field of Public Health, double majoring in Health Resources Management and Community Health Science, from the University of Illinois at Chicago, School of Public Health. The second is in Clinical Biomechanics, from Michigan State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr Talty attended medical school at Des Moines University and completed her internship and residency in Family Medicine and fellowship in Clinical Biomechanics at Michigan State University.
She is the medical director of the Wellness and Rehabilitation Center in Watsonville California and is an assistant clinical professor in the department of Manual Medicine at Michigan State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine in East Lansing Michigan. Her practice focuses on diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal diagnostic dilemmas of the spine and extremities, sports medicine, pain management, prolotherapy, Lyme disease and natural hormone balance for women and men. She is the author of Indigo Awakening (Elite Books, 2009). What makes her uniquely qualified to write a book on the lesser known phenomenon of the Indigo person, is that she is one.
Astrologer, writer and cultural commentator Jessica Murray brings to light the spiritual underpinnings that shape both the personal and collective experience of our time. In her private practice, Jessica draws from her knowledge of many metaphysical traditions to provide her clients with a sense of the big picture. Her readers and students are given an understanding of how they might respond, rather than merely react, to these turbulent times.
Jessica trained as a fine artist before graduating in 1973 from Brown University, where she studied Jungian psychology and linguistics. After a few years in a political theatre troupe, Jessica began a study of the symbolic language of archetypes, and has been practicing and teaching astrology in San Francisco for thirty-five years.
In addition to her monthly Skywatch , Jessica now offers a lecture series that describes the years of the Cardinal Crossroads (2008-2023), illuminating its major transits in vivid detail. Her book, Soul-Sick Nation: An Astrologer’s View of America, is an in-depth study of the United States from an astrological perspective. Jessica writes regular blogs on her website, and for multiple publications, including The Mountain Astrologer Magazine and DaykeeperJournal.com.
Jessica also offers a full range of astrological readings; by phone or in-office, in a professional, comfortable setting complete with a pot of fine tea.
Keith Amber began his spiritual path at the age of nine with the realization that he was winning almost every game he played by running over the competition with the use of his willpower. He stopped this behavior and started helping the underdog instead. In an attempt to figure out many of life's mysteries, he disciplined himself to read the Bible for a minimum of one hour per day during his three years in high school. After two years of college, at the age of 22, he left to train and work as a massage therapist and quickly became the manager of one of the largest health spas in Reno, Nevada. During this time, his spiritual gifts as a healer began to emerge. Ardently, he studied self-realization, Black Elk healing, and meditation.
After several years, Keith stopped working as a massage therapist and began a full time practice as a Spiritual Healer-Reader, Offering Sound Answers to Life's Tough Questions. He has worked with thousands of clients, helping them to understand the lessons they are learning on their path. This work exposed Keith to volumes of fascinating information about the inner workings of our lives and lessons and how to transform our daily lives and our souls.
Scott Catamas is an EMMY Award winning writer/producer of Educational Television and Master Relationship Coach. His programs have been enjoyed by millions worldwide, and he has become a sought after speaker and workshop presenter. Having facilitated over 500 classes, events and workshops throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia, Scott is now considered to be a Master Relationship Coach & Teacher . Personally coaching over 300 individuals, couples, families and small businesses, Scott’s work consistently develops and evolves in order to meet the needs of his clients. The co-founder of the Global Center of Compassion, he performs marriage ceremonies and leads bi-monthly retreats worldwide, for the LOVE COACH ACADEMY.
Whether he is speaking to a congregation, or providing keynote corporate events, Scott’s presentations are entertaining, inspiring and informative. He is flexible and skillfully adapts his presentations to meet the specific needs and interests of those in attendance. Often he invites other co-facilitators to join his events, whether local NVC teachers or experts in related fields. Through his LOVE COACH ACADEMY, Scott is training scores of other teachers to share and utilize his tools of COMPASSIONATE CONNECTIONS in their various fields of work and service.
Scott Blum is a filmmaker and international bestselling author of Waiting for Autumn and Summer's Path. He is also the co-founder of DailyOM, a popular self improvement website that offers inspirational messages, horoscopes and an on-line retail store. With over 1,200,000 subscribers it has become the premier on-line destination for providing motivational content, products and courses around the globe from some of today's best-selling authors and luminaries.
As a pioneer in the interactive Internet entertainment industry, Scott's career began as a software developer. By the time he was 18 he was providing software for the Commodore 64. He then went on to work for Capcom in Japan as one of the first American Nintendo programmers. Blum also worked for Sega and Taito and created over 15 video games for the Nintendo and Sega game machines, some of which have sold millions of copies.
Scott was hired to work at Starwave by Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft. While there, he produced Peter Gabriel's critically acclaimed "Eve" CD-ROM, which was the recipient of the prestigious Milia d'Or award for excellence in CD-ROM production. Scott then founded and was president of iMusic in 1995, which was the original pioneer of netcasting and one of the first sites to bridge the legitimate music industry with the Internet. Scott worked with such bands as Soundgarden, Alice in Chains, Smashing Pumpkins, No Doubt, and Ben Harper. It was the largest music community on the Internet, paving the way for other online communities like MySpace.
In 1999, he sold iMusic to music industry insider ARTISTdirect, which in turn sold iMusic to Apple. Scott spent five years at ARTISTdirect, acting as VP of Research and Development and leading product development for their advanced technology and digital music initiatives.
In 2004 Scott and his wife Madisyn Taylor founded DailyOM (www.dailyom.com) after wanting to merge their personal interests in spirituality with their professional lives. DailyOM has since become one of the premiere on-line destinations for non-denominational inspirational content, products and courses from some of today's best-selling authors and luminaries.
Scott's personal interest in metaphysics and spirituality has been an ongoing pursuit since an early age. Decidedly non-traditional, he has found himself in remarkably unique and profound metaphysical situations that he has begun to share in his series of books. Scott continues to write for this series of spiritual adventures which begins with Summer's Path (digital, January 2009 & hardcover, April 2010), Waiting for Autumn (hardcover, Spring 2009), Winter Moon Rises (hardcover, November 2011), all published by Hay House.
Scott also wrote and directed his first feature film, Walk-In which will be released in 2012.
Scott lives in the mountains of Ashland, Oregon with Madisyn Taylor (author of the DailyOM book), his wife, business partner and soul mate.
Panteha Naghi was born into a Jewish family in Tehran Iran in 1979 after one year after the Revolution during which Islamic fundamentalists finally took over the country. She grew up there--during the war with Iraq (it seems like no matter where I go, I can't escape being at war with Iraq!)--and finished 2nd grade. FREE IRANHer family moved to the U.S. in 1988. She completed her studies at St. John's University in New York in Philosophy and English. In 2004 Panteha became a Raelian and has become spokeperson for them. Panteha has been highly involved with Iran's Political Freedom and more recently been an intregal activist here in the US for a FREE IRAN.
In Panteha's words: "The youth of Iran, YOU ARE MY HEROES! I have been waiting for you to act all my life, and you have made my dream come true. We are with you, each and everyone of you. You are humanity's heroes, and I promise you: YOU WILL NOT DIE IN VAIN!"
Marilyn Gordon, BCH, CI is a board certified hypnotherapist, teacher, speaker, healer, school director and author with over thirty years of experience and a diverse and expansive background in teaching and healing. She is the award-winning founder and director of the Center for Hypnotherapy Certification in Oakland, California, has been recognized in 14 Who’s Whos, appears on radio and television, and gives numerous workshops. She is also the author of Extraordinary Healing: Transforming Your Consciousness, Your Energy System and Your Life, as well as other books, manuals, CDs and DVDs. She works in the area of profound mental-emotional-spiritual transformation. She does her best to bring compassion, inspiration, and love to all she does. Her purpose is to work with love and wisdom to amplify the good and talents in others and to assist them in transforming their consciousness and empowering their lives.
I teach workshops and courses, give teleseminars, have created books and manuals (the latest of which is The Wise Mind: The Brilliant Key to Life Transformation and Healing), as well as CDs and DVDs.
Dannion Brinkley is an internationally renowned author and speaker in the field of spirituality, self-development and Complimentary and Alternative Medicine. He’s the author of 3 international best selling books, Saved by the Light, At Peace in the Light, and Secrets of the Light, He has appeared on hundreds of television and radio shows and in 1994 his New York Times bestseller, Saved by the Light (VHS), was the highest rated made-for-television movie of all time (by the Fox Network).
Dannion’s deep understanding of and compassion for those who are suffering is anchored in his own personal experiences of enduring unimaginable pain and multiple near-death experiences. He’s been clinically dead for 28 minutes and had three of the most complete Near Death Experiences (NDEs) ever recorded.
His near death experiences range from—two lightening strikes, open-heart surgery, ruptured subdural hematomas—to brain surgery and a massive grand mal seizure. Drawing from these experiences, Dannion delivers his uniquely inspirational and insightful messages to diverse audiences worldwide on topics including Near-Death Experiences, Palliative and Hospice Care, and Complementary and Alternative Healing Practices.
Dannion’s near death experiences and panoramic life reviews engrained in him a sense of service and compassion. He has been a hospice volunteer for 33 years; has spent more than 26,000 hours at the bedside of dying veterans; and has been with 375 people when they drew their last breath.
In 1997, Dannion co-founded The Twilight Brigade, Compassion in Action in Los Angeles with a small but dedicated team of experience hospice volunteers and trainers. Since then, more than 5,300 have taken the volunteer training.
His vision is to grow the Twilight Brigade Chapters to be active in every VA VISN, with trained volunteers serving in every VA hospice unit in the country. This way, loved ones and VA providers have more access to the Twilight Brigade and truly no veteran at the end of their life will be alone.
Because of his work in healthcare and the VA, he has been active for more than 20 years in educating legislators and policymakers about the value of complementary therapies and urging for research and wider access. He was invited to the famed Chantilly meeting and has testified before Congress, a White House Commission, the National Academy of Sciences, and at numerous Alternative Medicine Advisory Committee meetings.
Dannion has received dozens of awards for his achievements and volunteer service, including the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award for Outstanding Volunteer Service, the VFW Women’s Auxiliary Cherished Heroes Award, the Courage and Valor Award from the National Foundation for Women Legislators and numerous VA Awards including the VA Special Secretary’s Award and the Heart of Hospice Award, the National Hospice and Palliative Care Association’s highest honor.
Dannion is a respected international speaker and delivers his uniquely inspirational and insightful messages to diverse audiences worldwide on topics including near death experiences, palliative and hospice care, and complementary and alternative healing practices.
To learn more, visit Dannion’s near death experiences or his speaking page.
Vice Chairman, Department of Urology
Chief of Robotics and Minimally Invasive Surgery
The Mount Sinai Medical Center
Dr. Samadi is a board certified urologic oncologist trained in open traditional and laparoscopic surgery and is an expert in robotic prostatectomy surgery. He is the Vice Chairman, Department of Urology, and Chief of Robotics and Minimally Invasive Surgery at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City. He has dedicated his distinguished career to the early detection, diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer and is considered one of the most prominent surgeons in his field.
- Over 4,000 successful robotic prostate surgeries
- Fellowships in open, laparoscopic and robotic surgery
- Developed his own advanced SMART surgery technique
- Entire procedure is performed by Dr. Samadi
- Minimal blood loss (no transfusion necessary)
- Personalized care before and after the procedure
- Always operates with the same team
- 96% of patients regain continence*
- 85% of patients regain sexual function*
- Director of Mount Sinai's Robotic Fellowship Program
- Fox News Medical "A-Team" expert
OLIVIA TEMPLE is an artist and writer, who has contributed to many wellknown magazines in the UK. She was co-author with her husband of Aesop: The Complete Fables (Penguin Classics). She organised the Egyptian, Greek and Italian archaeological research trips for the Project for Historical Dating, and took part in all the archaeometric dating work in Egypt with the permission of the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities. She works closely with her husband, she translated all the French early travellers’ reports on the Sphinx, consulted on and edited the book, and took many of the photos which appear in The Sphinx Mystery. She has co-designed this website. Olivia is also director of an opera and theatrical design archive.
PROFESSOR ROBERT TEMPLE is author of a dozen challenging and provocative books, commencing with the international best-seller, The Sirius Mystery. His books have been translated into a total of 44 foreign languages. He combines solid academic scholarship with an ability to communicate with the mass public. He is Visiting Professor of the History and Philosophy of Science at Tsinghua University in Beijing, and previously held a similar position at an American university. For many years he was a science writer for the Sunday Times, the Guardian, and a science reporter for Time-Life, as well as a frequent reviewer for Nature and profile writer for The New Scientist. He is a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, and has been a member of the Egypt Exploration Society since the 1970s, as well as a member of numerous other academic societies. He has produced, written and presented a documentary for Channel Four and National Geographic Channels on his archaeological discoveries in Greece and Italy, and he was at one time an arts reviewer on BBC Radio 4’s ‘Kaleidoscope’. In 1993, his translation of the Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh was performed at the Royal National Theatre in London. With his wife, Olivia, he is co-author and translator of the first complete English version of Aesop’s Fables, which attracted a great deal of international press attention at the time of its release, as the earlier translations had suppressed some of the fables because of Victorian prudery.
Temple was a colleague of the late Dr. Joseph Needham of Cambridge, in association with whom he wrote The Genius of China, which has been approved as an official reference book (in Chinese) for the Chinese secondary school system, and which won five national awards in the USA. He has done archaeometric dating work and intensive exploration of closed sites in Egypt with the permission of the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities. His research into historical accounts of the Sphinx is the first comprehensive survey ever undertaken.
Dr Jude Currivan PhD is a cosmologist, planetary healer, international award-winning Hay House author, visionary and educator.
Growing up as the daughter of a coalminer, she is now based near Avebury, England. Jude has experienced multidimensional realities and researched consciousness, perennial wisdom and metaphysics since early childhood. She holds a Ph.D. in Archaeology at the University of Reading, researching ancient cosmologies and an Oxford University M.A. in Physics specializing in cosmology and quantum physics.
During a highly successful business career she obtained extensive experience in merging her intuitive gifts into practical and creative approaches for managing organizational and cultural change. Her corporate career culminated in her being the Group Finance Director of two major international companies and to her being in the early 1990s the most senior business woman in Britain.
In 1996, Jude was guided to take her work beyond the corporate world. In a well-grounded and accessible way, her work reconciles leading edge science, frontier research into consciousness and spiritual wisdom to explain and experience the emerging awareness of integral reality and is a leading pioneer of this revolutionary and empowering worldview.
Jude has also worked with the wisdom keepers of many traditions. She continues to lead groups on sacred journeys worldwide, including between 2001 and 2006 a series of pilgrimages to Egypt, South Africa, China, Alaska, Peru, Australia, New Zealand, Chile, Easter Island, Hawaii, Britain and Israel. The revelatory and transformational experiences of these journeys are shared in her book The 13th Step (Hay House 2007).
In 2004 she completed her Ph.D. thesis entitled Walking between Worlds, an exploration of ancient wisdom teachings, the landscape embodiment of cosmology and the connection between people, the Earth and the wider Cosmos.
Jude is also the author of The Wave, (O Books 2005), The 8th Chakra (Hay House 2006), CosMos – a co-creator’s guide to the whole-world (Hay House 2008) co-authored with Dr Ervin Laszlo, and Heart, Mind and Purpose (Hay House 2008) a double CD of her teachings and attunements.
Her latest book HOPE - Healing Our People & Earth is published by Hay House 4th July 2011
Her books are already being published in over 25 countries and 15 languages.
Jude works worldwide aiming to empower others, raise awareness and facilitate practical and sustainable harmony, co-creativity and wholeness. In addition to her writing and healing work she speaks regularly at international conferences, leads workshops and appears on US and UK television and radio.
She was awarded the 2010 CIRCLE award by WON Buddhism International and sponsored by the United Nations, cited for her 'outstanding contribution towards planetary healing and expanding new forms of consciousness'
Along with others such as Ervin Laszlo, Deepak Chopra and Barbara Marx Hubbard she is also a member of the Worldshift20 Council.
Most know Mike Farrell from the ever popular TV series M*A*S*H. Fewer know that there's more to Mike Farrell than just his fame as B.J. Hunnicutt. Explore "Mike Farrell Online" and delve into the many features of Mike's life as actor, activist, writer and biker.
Michael Joseph Farrell was born on February 6, 1939 in St. Paul, Minnesota. At the age of 2 a move to Hollywood, where his father's work as a studio carpenter provided young Mike's first glimpse of the world behind the studio walls, began his fascination with the "movies, one he has never fully lost.
After graduating from Hollywood High and a hitch in the Marines, he worked a number of jobs - including a stint as private investigator - while pursuing a career as an actor, beginning with small parts in films like "The Graduate" and "The Americanization of Emily".
Stage roles and small parts on TV eventually landed him in the soap "Days of Our Lives", where he starred as Scott Banning for two years. "Days" was followed by leading roles in two series, "The Interns" and "The Man and The City," then a four-year contract with Universal Pictures.
Mike is best known for playing Captain B.J. Hunnicutt in the ever popular series M*A*S*H. His eight years with the memorable show allowed the opportunity to both write and direct several episodes, earning him nominations for Director's Guild and Emmy Awards.
His first production experience outside of ""M*A*S*H was the CBS-TV film "Memorial Day", in which he starred opposite Shelley Fabares.
On the documentary front, among many others, Farrell co-hosted "Saving the Wildlife" for PBS, hosted "The Best of the National Geographic Specials" and had a great adventure scuba diving with his children, Michael and Erin, among hundreds of sharks in French Polynesia for "The World of Audubon".
On December 31, 1984 Mike married actress Shelley Fabares (star of ABC-TVs "Coach")
Together with partner Marvin Minoff he formed 'Farrell/Minoff productions'. Farrell/Minoff's first production was "Dominick and Eugene", a film starring Tom Hulce and Ray Liotta. After making a number of TV movies, one of their more recent productions is "Patch Adams", starring Robin Williams.
Beyond the film industry, Mike is a very active and outspoken citizen. Promoting human rights and opposing the death penalty are two of his prime concerns, making him a regular lecturer to interested audiences.
In 1996 Mike was presented the Valentine Davies Award by the Writers Guild of America, given to members: "whose contribution to the entertainment industry and the community-at-large have brought dignity and honor to writers everywhere."
In February 1998 Farrell was appointed to a three-year term on the Commission on Judicial Performance, an 11 member California State Commission that adjudicates complaints against judges in the state.
1998 also brought him NBC-TV"'s "Providence" playing veterinarian Jim Hansen with cast-mates Melina Kanakaredes, Concetta Tomei, Paula Cale and Seth Peterson.
In 2002 Mike was elected First Vice President of the Screen Actors Guild in Los Angeles and served three years in that capacity.
In 2004 he received the Donald Wright Award from California Attorneys for Criminal Justice, only the third time in its 28 year history that the award has been presented to a recipient who was neither a lawyer nor a judge.
In his spare time Mike loves to read, spend time with his wife and kids and enjoys cross-country motorcycling. His bike trips have crisscrossed, amongst others, the US, Canada, Australia and Europe.
Mike Farrell is represented by Innovative Artists.
Just Call Me Mike: A Journey to Actor and Activist
by Mike Farrell
From its opening pages, Mike Farrell’s new memoir reveals the distinctive voice of a man for whom life is an ongoing odyssey of self-discovery, personal commitment, and uncompromising social engagement.
With deep insight and disarming candor, Farrell describes his early years as a timid but restless teenager in West Hollywood, delivering groceries to the homes of Jack Benny, Lucille Ball, Jimmy Stewart, and countless other celebrities, while dreaming of having his own career as an actor. In stark but riveting language, he relates his formative years as a Marine recruit, confused, conflicted, and eager to prove himself as a man.
Farrell humorously portrays his professional development from a young soap opera player on Days of Our Lives to the amiable star of two popular television series, M*A*S*H and Providence, to the respected producer of successful motion pictures like Dominick and Eugene and Patch Adams.
At the heart of his story, Farrell narrates his public struggle to be a responsible citizen of the world. From his firsthand accounts of the ravages of war and oppression in Cambodia, El Salvador, Somalia, Bosnia, Rwanda, and the Gaza Strip, to his tireless advocacy against capital punishment, to his deep commitment to environmental causes, Farrell portrays each of these experiences with passion, outrage, and stubborn optimism.
Susan Toney's soul-stirring mix of rock, pop, folk, and blues is an intimate, poetic journey to the deep recesses of the heart and the soul. Toney discovered piano, guitar and the transcendent power of music at age two. After studying music formally, she bucked the lessons and family pressures, setting out to forge her own artistic identity. "I held on to my spirit like a wild stallion, refusing to be broken," she says. "My voice as an artist became a light to question fear, doubt, authority, and in the process find my own honesty, hope and faith."
Strange Child is a winding road of mesmerizing songcraft that sounds both timeless and original. Toney's impassioned vocals yearn and plead with a raw emotion and edgy intensity, conspiring with the lucid awareness of her lyrics to touch the listener in the deeply personal ways that female singer-songwriter icons Carole King, Janis Ian and Joni Mitchell viscerally connected with their audiences. In "Carolina", she sings: "This journey's deep as it is long/ Weave my heart my soul my songs/ Out of pieces make me whole and strong". Toney's quest is our own too, and even when dreams are tarnished by reality, there'still room for hope, trust, and love.
Toney enlists an A-list lineup of session players to complement her acoustic work on her 812-C: guitarists Jeff Pevar (David Crosby) and Greg Leisz (k.d. lang), bassist/ co-producer Chad Watson (Janis Ian), percussionist/vocalist Arno Lucas (Al Jarreau, Rickie Lee Jones), and keyboardist Skip Edwards (Dwight Yoakam). The rootsy, atmospheric swaths of electric guitar, pedal steel, dobro and Hammond B3 call to mind the sonic moods of Daniel Lanois, and make Toney's music even more emotionally palpable.
Toney has won awards in the American Songwriting Festival and the Billboard Songwriting Contest. In July 1994, she was honored as Artist of the Month by the National Association of Songwriters, Acoustic Underground. She was voted "Unsigned Artist of the Year" by "Music Connection" in 1996. Toney is sought after in songwriter circles as a co-writer and solo performer. "Just Don't Mention Love" is featured in the Miramax film, Little City, and "Without You" in Girl Talk.
Her music has appeared in several major and independent films, including the Miramax, IEG, Inc. classic film “Little City”, featuring the main title track “Just Don’t Mention Love” ©2002 Susan Toney, Screaming Child Music (BMI), ℗&©2002 Strange Child Records. All Rights Reserved.
Independent Projects, Susan's Acting and Music will be featured in: Music Video: "The Trail Of Light And Dark", Music Documentary: "The Making Of Strange Child", Films: "She Smile Pretty", "Harmony & Melody", "The Mermaid" and "Mens'A Club." All Rights Reserved.
Performer/Actress: Recording Artist, Singer, Songwriter, Musician, Composer, Writer, Producer. "Love Is the Cure" CD ©2012, ℗&©2011; "Strange Child"CD ©2012, ℗&©2010 (CD Baby & Partners-Worldwide Retail/Physical/Digital Distribution Deal). Acting: Music, Film, Television, Theater, Commercials, VO's (AFTRA, SAG, iActor).
Business: CEO & President -"Strange Child Records; Screaming Child Music (BMI). Independent Record Label & Publishing Company (Music, Film, Television, Theater, Commercials, VO's); Susan's "Just Don't Mention Love" ©2002, is the featured Main Title Track for the Miramax, IEG, Inc's. Film classic "Little City." Several of her songs are Main, End and Title Tracks featured in Major and Independent Films and Television. Active Member AFTRA, SAG, iActor, AIMP and LAWIM. All Rights Reserved.
Richard Gage, AIA, is a San Francisco Bay Area architect and a member of the American Institute of Architects. He has been an architect for over 23 years and has worked on most types of building construction, including numerous fire-proofed, steel-framed buildings. Most recently, he worked on the construction documents for a $400M mixed-use urban project with 1.2 million square feet of retail, a parking structure, and 320,000 square feet of mid-rise office space—altogether with about 1,200 tons of steel framing. Mr. Gage became interested in researching the destruction of the WTC high-rises after hearing on the radio the startling conclusions of reluctant 9/11 researcher David Ray Griffin in 2006, which launched his own unyielding quest for the truth about 9/11. Since founding Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, Gage has presented Blueprint for Truth all over the world, and he has appeared on radio shows and television spots.
BIO BELOW FROM: http://www.stuartwilde.com/about/stuart-wilde/
Stuart Wilde is considered by many the greatest living metaphysician in the world today. In the last twelve years he has had over 100,000 visions, which have taught him a vast body of information not available elsewhere. Many of the most famous New Age, New Thought writers and teachers have privately studied with him, or they have been greatly influenced by his work.
In 2001, Wilde discovered the Morph phenomenon, a process by which physical reality goes transparent and soapy-looking and humans dematerialize.
Watching the transcendental nature of Morph for eight years, he gradually wrote out in details the topography and exact nature of what is now known as the Aluna, Mirror-Worlds, sometimes referred to as the Spirit Worlds; much of that information has since been verified by many others, who have greatly added to his initial work.
In the 1980s, Wilde correctly described the etheric life-field around humans in precise detail. Previously, it was known only in vague terms in discussions about the human aura. Wilde wrote out the first of many precise and verifiable etheric exercises and sensations in his book The Quickening (Hay House 1995).
Over the last ten years, he has published hundreds of his visions, many of which have now come to pass.
He has written twenty books, which have sold in the millions, and they have been translated into fifteen languages.
Healing the Rift is the culmination of over twenty-five years of Leo Kim's involvement in science and commitment to spirituality. Having completed a Ph.D. in physical organic chemistry, he continued with a post-doctoral fellowship at MIT. Leo has over fifty scientific publications and patents, and he has edited a biotechnology book. Several of his publications are referenced in Healing the Rift, specifically in the chapters on evolution and origins of life.
Leo has organized panels for technological predictions. He has performed and managed research in chemistry, biochemistry, bioinformatics, catalysis, information technology, molecular biology, microbiology, and biotechnology. He was a visiting scientist in the Shell United Kingdom biochemical research laboratory, which earlier produced the Noble Prize-winning work of Sir John Cornforth. In the last several years, his interests have included physics and cosmology.
During his involvement with cancer patients, Leo became intrigued with healing, alternative medicine, Eastern traditional spirituality, and spiritual healing modalities. He has performed volunteer work in healing, and he is an on-going student of numerous healing methods.
During the last two decades, Leo was a chief technical officer and executive vice president of research in biotechnology companies. He developed a talent for describing complex technical concepts for executives, marketing groups, and the general public. He is currently the CEO of a venture-capital firm. He has been in contact with thousands of companies, creating cutting-edge science and technologies for our future. His position also requires Leo to distill complex technology into simple, easy-to-comprehend concepts and metaphors. Leo Kim is a popular public speaker with special training in television, radio, newspaper and magazine interviews.
Leo's professional memberships and affiliations include the New York Academy of Science, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Chemical Society, and the American Institute of Chemists. He is a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist and Certified Clinical Hypnoanesthesiologist. One of his hypnotherapy healings is described in the book. He has studied with and taken workshops from spiritual healers Depak Chopra and Bernie Siegel featured in Healing the Rift.
"Talk Radio Advocate" Francine Silverman is an author/publicist and radio host who honed her writing skills as a newspaper reporter and freelance writer.
Her latest book is Talk Radio Wants You: An Intimate Guide to 700 Shows and How to Get Invited (McFarland & Co. 2009), a National "Best Books 2009" award winner in the Business: Reference category. The book contains everything a potential guest needs to know before contacting a host, including the theme of the show and guest criteria.
She authored two travel guidebooks, Catskills Alive (2000 and 2003) and Long Island Alive (2003), both published by Hunter Publishing.
Francine Silverman, host of, Ship to Shore with Silverman, on BBS RadioIn 2003, Fran started Book Promotion Newsletter for authors of all genres Bookpromotionnewsletter.com. The ezine spawned Book Marketing from A-Z (Infinity Publishing 2005), containing the best marketing strategies of 325 subscribers. The 400-page paperback is in alphabetical order for ease of use. The book received nearly 40 rave reviews from on-line reviewers.
In 2006, Fran started a publicity service and has gotten clients placed in the Boston Herald, Oklahoman and Chicago Tribune as well as on hundreds of Internet and terrestrial radio programs.
Fran is also author of 16 ebooks of talk radio shows, ranging from animals to sports.
Patrick Quillin, PhD,RD,CNS, an internationally respected author, lecturer, professor, consultant and recognized expert in the area of nutrition and cancer, has 27 years experience as a clinical nutritionist, of which 10 years were spent as the Vice President of Nutrition for Cancer Treatment Centers of America where he worked with thousands of cancer patients in a hospital setting. He has appeared on over 40 television shows and 220 radio shows nationwide and is a regular speaker for medical and trade conventions including ACAM, A4M, American Assn of Naturopathic Physicians, and Integrative Medicine. He has been a consultant to the National Institute of Health, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and many other groups. His 15 books sold over 1 million copies and included his best sellers Healing Nutrients and Beating Cancer with Nutrition (now translated into Japanese, Korean, and Chinese). He is also an accomplished musician, a successful inventor, and founder of 3 corporations.
Ben: Stewart, born January 14, 1983 in Seattle, Washington, is a musician, filmmaker and public speaker. He is best known for his three independently released documentary films Esoteric Agenda (2008), Kymatica (2009), and Ungrip (2011). Along with the films, Ben is singer/songwriter for the alternative rock group Hierosonic. The full scope of Ben's work with the films and the band has been called the 'Mecca for all artists and revolutionaries', regarding how his artwork ranges from revealing global conspiracy to examining the depths of consciousness.
Ben's appearance on the 2003 Lollapalooza Music Festival with Hierosonic was pivotal in his outlook at the music industry. This ultimately led to the years of research in all fields which led to his first film, Esoteric Agenda. Less than a year after this free online documentary grew international roots, he then decided to produce a follow up film. Kymatica was released in 2009 and went on to win 'Best Scientific Film' in the 2009 New York Independent Film Festival.
With notable public mentions such as Jesse Carmichael of Maroon 5, Anthony Burulcich of The Bravery, Alex Jones (PrisonPlanet / InfoWars), and Best Selling author Dr. Bruce Lipton, the music and films have sent a 'call to action' to all artists. Jared Gomez of Billboard artist He'd (PE) gave a shout out to Esoteric Agenda at the end of the single 'Stay Ready'. In 2010, Ben Co-produced the single 'Love or Illusion' with hip-hop group BXC in Chris 'Ludicrous' Bridges home studio with his long time producer Josh 'Igloo' Monroy.
As an Army brat, Ben moved with his family in and out of the country before high school. Since then, he has toured nationally with the band several times. At age 17 he enlisted in the U.S. Air Force as a crew chief on the C-130 aircraft. At the 193rd Air Guard unit in Central Pennsylvania, Ben mobilized for real world operations including Operation Enduring Freedom in March of 2003. After completing his six year enlistment, he began his solo world travels to South America, Australia, Canada and Europe for speaking tours as well as vision quests with native tribes in the Amazon rain forest, North American native reservations, and through Australia. Documenting every step of the way, all of his travels developed his thirst for knowledge, experience and art.
'All systems of government, much like the human mind, do not corrupt but become riddled. The trick is not to call the riddle a defect and then condemn it, but to explore it, experience it, embrace it, and eventually outgrow it like an old pair of shoes. That's how an artist approaches a bump in the road. Lord help us if we lose sight of the importance of art culture.' says Ben.