It began with chronic synchronicities and déjà vu. It became slips in time, repeats of events, and shifts into a parallel world almost exactly the same but slightly off. In fact, that world may be our world. And Shawn may not be from here. If he didn’t think about that before this interview, he’s thinking about it now.

Afterwards, exclusively for subscribers, host Jeremy Vaeni draws upon his own experiences to bring us deep into the controversial question of psychedelics as a possible means for transcendence.
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An unnoticed infestation of moths in Turin Cathedral has reduced the Shroud of Turin to dust.
Head Conservator Monsignor Guido Sarducci of the Shroud of Turin Research Council believes that the dust
particles can be reassembled, which will return the shroud to a visible state, minus the areas of
linen that were actually consumed by the moths. “It will be exacting work, taking perhaps two hundred
years,” he said when questioned about the feasibility of such a project by the Roman newspaper
Scherzo Quotidiano. “Dust particle by dust particle, we will restore it,” he claimed.

In 2015, a final set of tests proved that the traditional route of the shroud from Palestine to Turkey, thenread more

What is thought? What is time? Who are we? Why is there a striking contrast between the Western mind and the First Peoples mind asking these same questions? We’ll discuss it with Lakota activist Tiokasin Ghosthorse before delving into the deeper reality of Mother Earth. Star Nations, and what it means to be common.

To learn more about Tiokasin, please visit: www.firstvoicesindigenousradio.org

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