Richards Items:

1. ‘Explosive Shock’ As Britain Votes To Leave EU, Cameron Quits

2. Supreme Court Rules Against Texas Abortion Restrictions

3. Texas Lt. Gov: Abortion Ruling Devastating Blow

4. Iceland Forces England Exit to Continue Miracle Run at Euro 2016

5. USS Enterprise Boldly Goes From The Smithsonian’s Basement Into The Main Gallery


Daniel’s Items:

















Daniel Pinchbeck, Rick Doblin and Alex Grey Burning Man 2008

Daniel Pinchbeck, Rick Doblin, and Alex Grey – Burning Man 2003.


















Pinchbeck pic , Daniel’s Books and Projects

Daniel Pinchbeck is an American author with a passion for understanding consciousness and how we can expand it to find our truth. He is the author of Breaking Open the Head: A Psychedelic Journey into the Heart of Contemporary Shamanism and 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl. He is a co-founder of Evolver, a lifestyle community platform that publishes Reality Sandwich, an online magazine centered on spirituality, philosophy and activism. Philosophically influenced by the work of anthroposophist Rudolf Steiner, through his direct experience and research, Pinchbeck developed the hypothesis that shamanic and mystical views of reality have validity, and that the modern world had forfeited an understanding of intuitive aspects of being in its pursuit of rational materialism.







2 Comments so far:

  1. Jack Henry says:

    Richard; Most appreciate your commentary and understand why the political narrative is relevant now more than ever (not ad infinitum); however your guest Mr. Pinchbeck, was clearly uncomfortable with the topic, and tried mightily to steer the conversation back towards what he was better prepared (or suited) to expand on. My impression was that he got the short stick. Perhaps I’m alone in that analysis?
    Still listening….

    • Jay says:

      Jack is right. The guest deserved better last night. Pinchbeck has an interesting body of work which was barely touched on because Richard kept insisting on bringing up current political topics. A wasted opportunity, and he should be offered a return appearance where he can actually discuss his own ideas.