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Arthur Blessitt

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Biography:

From 1969 to the year 2008, Arthur Blessitt walked into 315 countries (52 at war) carrying a 12' wooden cross. We walked over 38,000 miles through all seven continents including Antarctica. He was arrested or jailed 24 times and is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records. Arthur has held audience with many world and religious leaders including George W. Bush, Jimmy Carter, Pope John Paul II, Yasser Arafat and Momar Kadaffi. Arthur understands the power of the Cross and the hope it brings to people. On June 7, 2008, Arthur completed his walk in every nation.

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Education Reform

Appearing during the middle two hours, education reformer John Taylor Gatto offered a critique of the American school system. First hour guest, Arthur Blessitt spoke about his decades-long mission in which he carried a 12 foot wooden cross around the world. In the last hour, author Lionel Fanthorpe talked about his new book on lost treasure. ... More »

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