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Rahasya Poe

Special Guest

Biography:

Living in a world where the options for creating a sustainable society are quickly disappearing, Rahasya Poe has spent many years questioning some of our most cherished and established answers that no longer serve us and are in fact dysfunctional and dangerous in today’s world. His journey has taken him from practicing meditation in India to the ruins of Peru to sitting with correnderos in Mexico and taking Ayuhaska in Brazil. He now publishes a magazine in northern California with his wife Dhara.

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Military Contractors / Belief Systems

In the first half, George Knapp welcomed William Hartung of the New America Foundation, for a discussion on how defense contractor Lockheed Martin has wielded inordinate power and shaped US foreign policy for decades. In the latter half, author Rahasya Poe talked about the consequences of maintaining beliefs that are out of touch with reality, and today's scientific knowledge. ... More »

Host: George Knapp
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