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January 5
Jane Via & VajraMa
Jane Via discusses The Roman Catholic Womenpriests movement.

VajraMa discusses her new book Natural Spiritual Authority of Women.

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January 12
Thaddeu Russel & Art Noble
Thaddeus Russell discusses how "Bad Women Made American the Home of the Free".

Art noble speaks on the subject of "there's more to sex than you think".

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January 19
Vicki Noble & Lauren Thyme
Vicki Noble, respected leader in the Women's Spirituality community discusses Matriarchal Studies - The New International Movement.

Lauren Thyme discusses practicing survival and flourishing after The Collapse

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January 26 Laura Flanders
Laura Flanders, host and founder of GRITtv is the author of Blue Grit and Bushwomen, a NY Times Bestseller. Tonight she will discuss her work, including her newest book, At The Tea Party - The Wing Nuts, Whack Jobs and Whitney-Whiteness of the New Republican Right...and Why We Should Take it Seriously.
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February 2
M. Macha Nightmare & Carl Ruck
M. Macha Nightmare, author, teacher and ritualist is among the founders of the Reclaiming Tradition, a member of the American Academy of Religion, the Marin Interfaith Council and theNature Religion Scholars Network, CPG and Cherry Hill Seminary will discuss the Celtic Goddess, Brigid and aspects of Building a Pagan Culture such as the role of Pagan clergy, politics and seminaries for Pagan study. AT THE BOTTOM OF THE HOUR, hear Dr. Carl Ruck, classicist and author of The Road to Eleusis: Unveiling the Secret of the Mysteries, discussing drug use in the mystery cults of Demeter and Persephone,women and the psychedelic movement and women in ancient cults.
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February 16
Kathe Schaaf & James William Gibson
The Alchemy of Women's Spiritual Leadership is our topic with Kathe Schaaf - one of the original co-founders of Gather the Women Global Matrix, who served on the leadership circle of that collaborative global community for five years.
James William Gibson, author of A Re-Enchanted World; A New Kinship with Nature will discuss a yearning for a spiritual connection with Nature that is making a broad comeback from Greenpeace eco-warriors to evangelical Christians preaching "creation care and geneticists speaking openly of human-animal kinship.
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February 21
Carolyn Niethammer & Alysia Tromblay
Carolyn Niethammer, author of Daughters of the Earth discusses Native American women, the ordinary and the extraordinary, including the fascinating Navajo woman leader Annie Dodge Wauneka. Niethammer explores the legacy of dignity, empowerment and purpose of these women often forgotten to history.
Alysia Tromblay will discusses the Bonpo people of Tibet who revere the Sherab Jamma, the Great Mother.

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February 23
Charles Eisenstein & Allan Johnson
Charles Eisenstein, author of The Ascent of Humanity, Sacred Economics discusses a revolution of human beingness - the transition from the separate self to the connected self, the self of inter-beingness. We will discuss his ideas for Circle Giving.
Allan Johnson will discuss his new book about domestic violence, "The First Thing and the Last"?
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MARCH 2011
March 9
Bob Walter
Bob Walter, myth activist, from the Joseph Campbell Foundation discusses the importance of understanding myth, what happens when myths become not metaphors but fact as in religion, how does it contribute to the agony of the world
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March 16
Marguerite Rigoglioso
Marguerite Rigoglioso, author of Virgin Mother Goddesses of Antiquity we will discuss evidence that Goddesses were once understood to have been virgin mother creatrix deities and how goddesses originally did not need male consorts.
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March 23
Laura Amazzone & Liz Fisher
Laura Amazzone, author of Goddess Durga and the Sacred Female Power will read from her new book and discuss various manifestations of Goddess Durga and how/why they are useful to women and men today.
Liz Fisher discusses "Lilith Meets the Green Man" as we look at pre-patriarchal mythologies which provide opportunities to revision female-male relationships in order to counter dangerous ideologies and some cult-like celebrities of today.
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March 30
Bobroff & Farris/Cyrstal Blanton
Gary Bobroff and K.D. Farris, Jungian authors, workshop facilitators, therapists and graduates of Pacifica Graduate Institute discuss Masculine and Feminine Archetypes in a way that we can determine the primary archetype that guides our life.
Cyrstal Blanton discusses Reponsible Priestessing
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APRIL 2011
April 6
Charlene Spretnak & Robin Williams
Charlene Spretnak, discusses her latest new book, Relational Reality: New Discoveries of Interrelatedness That Are Transforming the Modern World.
Robin Willians, author of Hawkmoon, discusses the roles of women in the Frontier West.
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April 13
Barbara Walker & Patrick McCollum
Beloved Foremother Barbara Walker will discuss her newest book, Man Made God which will include topics such as what's the basic excuse for oppression of women by all three so-called Abrahamic patriarchal religions.
Rev. Patrick McCollum discussing Goddess Thealogy Rising. Patrick will bring us up to date on the court case he's been waging for Tier Two religions not afforded the same rights at Tier One religions in our country.
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April 20
Steven Jones & Tom Quinn
Steven Jones, filmmaker of the new documentary on Olivia Robertson, one of the founders of the Fellowship of Isis, will discuss the making of the documentary and his insights from Lady Olivia Robertson after having spent so much time filming with her.
Thomas Quin, author, writer for print and television, documentary producer and director talks about his book, "What Do You Do with a Chocolate Jesus? - An Irreverent History of Christianity"
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April 27
Marie Jones & Y. Badoe
Marie Jones, author of The Trinity Secret: The Power of Three and the Code of Creation will discusses the concept of the trinity found in many religions.
Yaba Badoe, director/producer of the award winning documentary discussing the film Witches of Gambaga, about the extraordinary women condemned to live as witches in Northern Ghana.

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MAY 2011

May 5
Den Poitras
Den Poitras calls himself a radical male feminist who believes in parthenogenesis. Well, he doesn't really just believe in it - one of his best friends might possibly have accomplished it.

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May 18
Tami Kent
Tami Lynn Kent, author of Wild Feminine will discuss what she's learned from the female body's intact beauty and abundant creative potential that we can tap into to reweave our lives
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May 25
Jeanne Sable
Organic gardner and freelance writer specializing in farming and environmental issues, local food production and gardening discusses how the male-dominated Biotech Ag industry is attempting to disempower the feminine by defeating nature's propensity for abundance with the introduction of the so-called "terminator" gene in the late 1990's.
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May 30
Rene Barrett
Rene Barnett, producer of the docu-drama, Bloodline, the story of the bloodline of Jesus and Mary Magdalene, returns to the show with new information that has been revealed since the release of the aformentioned controversial movie several years ago.
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JUNE 2011

June 1
Rachel Tabachnick & Charlene Spretnak
Rachel Tabachnick, who has done extensive research on the ideology and methods of Sarah Palin's Church - Assemblies of God, will discuss her findings, as well as explain the ideas that have these Christians at war with the Queen of Heaven

Charlene Spretnak, author, scholar and foremother of Goddess Spirituality returns to discuss Mary, mother of Jesus, life-giver to the Messiah or God and why there is so much friction between Protestants and Catholic about Mary.

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June 8
Jean Shinoda Bolen
Noted Foremothers and Wayshower, author and activist, Jean Shinoda Bolen, will discuss her recently released new book, Like a Tree
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June 15
Leah Burton
Leah Burton discusses the dangerous trend toward Christian fundamentalism, particularly in the military.
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June 22
Judith Laxer & Z Budapest
At the top of the hour hear Rev. Judith Laxer discuss the temple she founded, Gaias Temple, now over a decade old.
Z Budapest, will discuss the late Merlin Stone and the upcoming events and happenings to honor, Merlin, our beloved Foremother who has passed on recently..
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June 29
Marie Jones & Meloney Hudson
Marie Jones, author of "PSIENCE: How New Discoveries in Quantum Physics and New Science May Explain the Existence of Paranormal Phenomena" explains the premise of her book, including how this relates to UFOS.  Then later in the show, Meloney Hudson will discuss her book, "Sexy, Spirited and Strong - Becoming a Positive Energy Woman"
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JULY 2011
July 6
Gary S. Bobroff
Gary S. Bobroff, M.A., graduate from Pacifica Graduate Institute of Santa Barbara, CA, takes a Jungian approach as he looks for meaning in the nature of the crop circle phenomenon being placed in grain and geocentric forms.
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July 13
Laine Doggett/Z. Budapest & Bobbie Grennier
Laine Doggett, Assoc. Prof of French at St. Mary's College in MD discusses her book, LOVE CURES - Healing & Love Magic in Old French Romance.
Z. Budapest and Bobbie Grennier giving us an update on the upcoming Merline Stone tribute.
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July 20
Musawa of We'Moon
Musawa, pioneer in earth-based women's spirituality, womyn's land communities and womyn's culture since the 1970's and founder of We'Moon: Gaia Rhythms of Womyn discusses the Sacred Feminine as she's experienced it through her connection with women from all walks of life including radical, feminist, and lesbian women, the connection to Mother Earth and women living close to the Earth in womyn's lands communities.

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July 25
Nancy Leatzow & Marguerite Rigoglioso
Nancy Leatzow, yogini, healer, beekeeper, ceremonialist and shakta discussing the problem of colony collapse as a response to patriarchy - which threatens bees on the planet and humankind's food supply. Marguerite Rigoglioso, author of Cult of Divine Birth in Ancient Greece and Virgin Mother, Goddess of Antiquity returns to the show.

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July 27
Dr. Pamela C. Berger
Dr. Pamela C. Berger of Boston College will discuss her films "Sorceress" and "Killian's Chronicles" which bring to the fore the clash of cultures in times past: Christianity vs. Women Healers and Vikings, Irish vs the Indigenous Tribes of North America before the Columbus "discovery".

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August 10
judika Illes
Tune in tonight or from the archives as Judika Illes discusses the Fox Sisters and Womens Influence on the Birth of Spiritualism
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August 24
Jan Caputi
Prof. Jane Caputi, author of three books against patriarchal domination: the Age of Sex Crime, Gossips, Gorgons and Crones: The Fates of the Earth and Goddesses and Monsters: Women, Myth, Power and Popular Culture. She also made the short documentary film, The ography of Everday Life and she's not working on a new one, Green Consciousness: Re-Attachment to Mother Earth.
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August 31
Jo Carson
Jo Carson, film maker of Dancing with Gaia discusses....Feraferia, the celebration of wilderness, both wild nature and our own inner wildness. Feraferia, a faerie faith of myths, legends and feeling tones of Faerie underlying everything.

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September 7
Virginia Beane Rutter
Virginia Beane Rutter discusses the Navaja Kinaalda ceremony and her book, Woman Changing Woman.

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September 14
Frank Schaeffer
New York Times Best Selling author, Frank Schaeffer, discusses his newest book: Sex, Mom and God: How the Bible's Strange Take on Sex Led to Crazy Polics - and How I Learned to Love Women and Jesus) Anyway.
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September 21
Karen Berg
Karen Berg, one of the founders of The Kaballah Center comes on the show to discuss her book, God Wears Lipstick. We'll be talking about the feminine face of God within Kabballistic thought, how women are more spiritually evolved and how Goddess ideals and Kabbalistic ideals are in sync.
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September 22
Patricia Cori
Patricia Cori, author of Where Pharaohs Dwell: One Mystic's Journey Through the Gates of Immortality, discusses her revelation of past lives and her connection with ancient Egypt.
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September 26
Alan Butler
Alan Butler, author of the new book City of the Goddess: Freemasons, the Sacred Feminine, and the Secret Beneath the Seat of Power in Washington D.C.. sheds light on finding the faces of the Sacred Feminine in our country's capital.
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Ocotober 3
Drake Spaeth & Angie Buchanan
Drake Spaeth discusses Jung's Red Book and the Impact of Archetype in Pagan Spirituality. We'll delve into the misunderstandings about archetypes and their true nature and power, the relationship between archetypes and deities.
Angie Buchanan, Founder and Director of Earth Traditions and Gaia's Womb will discuss the Critical Need for Pagan Ministry Training - including what's a minister, the difference between a priest/priestess and minister.

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October 19
Abby Lieban
Abby Liebman, co-founder of the CA Womens Law Center and President and CEO of MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger discusses Activism 101.
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October 24
Devaa Haley
Devaa Haley, whose debut album Sacred Alchemy, discusses how sacred sound can awaken the full power and expression of the Sacred Feminine, how sound can be used for healing and explain how feminine archetypes have different sounds or energetic resonances.
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October 26
Janie Rezner
Janie Rezner, writer, artist, musician, and radio show host discusses her "Profound Journey to the Sacred Feminine: A Wake Up Call from Mother God"

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November 2
Mary Mackey & VajraMa
Mary Mackey discusses Recreating the Rituals of the Goddess....inspired by the research and writings of Marija Gimbutas, Mackey wrote three novels that make the Goddess-worshiping cultures of Old Europe come to life.
VajraMa discusses the Fourth Wave of Feminism - Embodied Spirituality giving rise to "More than a Grassroots Revolution: A Womb-Roots Evolution"
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November 9
Bernardo Kastrup
Bernardo Kastrup, author of Dreamed Up Reality, delves into the questions of reality: Are we living in the middle of an unfathomable cosmic drama?
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November 10
Vicy Alvear Shecter.
Vicky Alvear Shecter, author of Cleopatra's Moon brings Cleopatra VII (the Cleopatra most of us know) to life for us and helps us understand the role Isis and her mysteries played in the Greco Roman world.
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November 16
Prof. Candace Kant & Vickie Garrison
Candace Kant discussing the Heart of the Sun:  An Anthology in Exaltation of Sekhmet discussing the importance of Sekhmet and how this book expresses what our lion-headed warrioress/mother Goddess means to people, particularly women, today.

In the second part of the show, we are also discussing women's empowerment and how patriarchy tries to dis-empower women as we delve into the dangerous Dominionist Evangelical Quiverful Movement with Vickie Garrison.

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November 23
Lamont Wood & Philip Coppens
Lamont Wood, author of Out of Place in Time and Space discussing documented things that should not be there such as a 1460 painting showing a flying top helicopter, ancient manuscripts which speak of battles between Roman armies being defeated by huge machines and people writing about the moons of Mars about 150 years before they were discovered. 

In the second part of the show, Philip Coppens will discuss the new book he edited for Erich von Daniken, Odyssey of the Gods: The History of Extraterrestrial Contact in Ancient Greece and his own new book, The Ancient Alien Question.

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November 30
Rev. Billy Church & Prof. Gina Messina-Dysert
Rev. Billy of the Church of Earthalujah discusses his film, What Would Jesus Buy?, the Billy Pulpit and his Church of Stop Shopping!
Prof. Gina Messina-Dysert discusses The Feminism & Religion Project.
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December 14
Marie D. Jones & Petra Hensley
Marie D. Jones, discusse Destiny vs. Choice, the title of her newest book. 

Petra Hensley discusses her ordeal of kidnap, rape and ultimately surviving sexual slavery.

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December 21
Stavros Papageorghiou & Selena Fox
Stavros Papageorghiou discusses how Aphrodite influenced his life and inspired him to create this new documentary.

Crossing the threshold into the second part of the show, Selena Fox, beloved Foremother & Wayshower of Circle Sanctuary will discuss Pagan Studies and Yuletide Goddesses.

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December 28
Normandi Ellis & Dayna Winters
Normandi Ellis discussing her two new books:  Invoking the Scribes of Ancient Egypt: The Initiatory Path of the Spiritual Journal (coauthored with Gloria Taylor Brown) and Imagining the World into Existence: An Ancient Egyptian Manual of Consciousness.

Then in the second half of the show, Dayna Winters will break through the misconceptions about Wicca and talk about What's the Real Deal?

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