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The Age of Aquarius. The Dawn of a New Era. The “Shift”…. Whatever you want to call it, we are living in a time full of both promise and challenge. Join author Eric Rankin as he delves into any number of topics: From spirituality to energy medicine to dolphin intelligence to ancient aliens, no subject is too far outside of the box to discuss.
In 2010, Eric’s bestselling novel "The Aquarians” became Amazon's 2nd highest rated science fiction title, and he has been a guest on many TV and radio programs discussing humanity’s movement into the dawning Aquarian Age. For centuries, this "New Age" has been regarded as a time when the world will wake up to what mystics and shamans call the “Next Level” of consciousness.
Eric’s family began visiting Laguna in the early 1960s, and he actually lived in one of the Treasure Islands trailers where the Montage now stands. He vividly remembers having long talks with Eiler Larson, Laguna’s official greeter, and continues to enjoy strolling Laguna’s beautiful shoreline as often as possible.
In this episode, we explore the realms of blame and shame and, more importantly, how to move out of those realms. Pangs of guilt can serve a purpose: They are indicators that we should alter our course of action. But they are not to be stowed away forever, and this is what PollyAnna (yes, that's her real name) talks about. Also, at minute 17, with the help of Alfonso and Edilma Avendano playing crystal bowls and chimes, Eric leads a short meditation to help free ourselves from the bondage of shame, blame and guilt.
Many people believe that humanity has made contact with extraterrestrials, and in this show Eric takes us back 5,000 years when ancient Sumerians said they were visited by "Royal Sky Visitors." Were they lying, or does this explain how mankind made a cosmic leap from hunter-gatherer to inventing the first wheeled vehicle, the first written language, the first ceramics, the first pyramid and a mathematical system that birthed algebra and geometry? You may need to digest this show in little pieces at a time, but once the information takes hold of you, it may not let go! (Note: At minute 59, Eric mistakenly calls the symbol of two snakes climbing a staff an oroboros. Actually, this symbol is known as a caduceus, and the next symbol he talks about - a snake eating its own tail - is the oroboros.)
In this episode, guest Kerri Lake shares her experiences working as a horse trainer, which inspired her to write the book "Listening Like a Horse." During our conversation, Kerri reveals that there are many aspects of communicating with a horse that transfer over to human relationships. Kerri also leads inspirational workshops and has many deep and powerful insights to share throughout the whole show.