Soul Vision and Afterlife Revolution with Whitley Strieber

08-07-18 Soul Vision and Afterlife Revolution with Whitley Strieber

Whitley Strieber talks with Cynthia Sue Larson about the continuity of consciousness after death, the ‘soul-blindness’ of western civilization, and humanity’s species initiation.  Whitley describes his most extraordinary out-of-body experience (OBE), which was witnessed and corroborated, and ongoing collaboration with his wife Anne, who died in August 2015.  Whitley provides us with guidance for how we can individually overcome soul-blindness, as we come to realize that the soul is real, that we can learn what our soul wants from us, and that fear of death is based in ego and biological concerns, but we can witness evidence of survival of consciousness with continuing communication after death.

Whitley Strieber is a best-selling author of fiction (including The Wolfen, The Hunger, Warday, and Wolf of Shadows) and nonfiction (including Communion, Transformation, a New Vision of the Unexplained, and the Afterlife Revolution). Whitley’s Unknown Country website is among the oldest and largest websites, exploring questions and possible answers about mysterious topics of ‘high strangeness.’

Numinosity with Linda Morganstein

12-20-17 Numinosity with Linda Morganstein

Cynthia Sue Larson talks with Linda Morganstein about the transformative power of humor, optimism, and story telling for coping with challenges in life. Linda talks about how each of us can recognize our own wonderful story, and how it contributes to the bigger picture. Linda describes how she adopts four different narrative voices in her new book, Numinosity, which is written in the form of issues of a fictional illustrated magazine viewing highlights of her life and family from views of a radical psychologist, a cultural anthropologist, and a pretentious film director. Linda talks about how we’ve always lived in troubled times, yet we can recreate our stories to find meaning in the bigger picture.

Linda Morganstein is an award-winning author of novels, short stories, and poetry, who is the product of a Borscht Belt childhood in the Jewish hotels of the Catskills. In the 1970s, Linda dropped out of Vassar College and drove a VW van to California, where she lived in Sonoma County for many years. Later, she studied creative writing with Jane Smiley in Iowa. She currently resides in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Linda’s newest book is “Numinosity: A Fractured Memoir), an illustrated book modeled on the iconic Life magazine, weaving together a single story. Linda’s website is:

Who Are THEY with Aynne McAvoy

11-22-17 Who Are THEY with Aynne McAvoy

Cynthia Sue Larson talks with Aynne McAvoy about her experiences with angels starting in childhood that continued all through her life, including 30 years of service in law enforcement. Aynne shares some of the angelic messages, visions and guidance she’s received that have provided her with validation for the existence of angels, as well as first-hand accounts of life-saving and life-altering angelic encounters–and what kinds of advantages a close relationship with angels can bring.

Aynne McAvoy is an author, professional psychic astrologer and medium. Aynne is a Reiki master teacher and ordained minister who teaches metaphysical classes, writes regular feature columns, and is a guest on numerous radio programs. Aynne has produced weekly radio programs as a psychic astrologer, begun the All That’s Metaphysical group in Palm Coast, Florida, led a weekly drum group, and she was the director and promoter of Your New Life Expos in Syracuse, New York. Aynne ‘s website is:

Who Are You with Stan McDaniel

10-23-17  Who Are You with Stan McDaniel

Cynthia Sue Larson talks with Stan McDaniel about whether or not we are machines. While this might seem to be a ridiculous question, many modern scientists consider us to be mechanistic. McDaniel describes some of the issues with neo-Darwinism, in which values and purpose are blissfully ignored, and takes on the challenge of seeking an answer to considering a new view of time. McDaniel discusses similarities between Egyptian and modern times, and invites us to find ways to positively influence norms of thought.

Stan McDaniel is a an emeritus professor of philosophy at Sonoma State University in Northern California, where he taught for over 25 years. After his retirement in 1992, Stan wrote reviews of philosophical works for the Journal of Scientific Exploration. His most recent book is, “Are You Or Are You Not,” a book challenging commonly held ideas of the role of science in relation to Self and the World. Stan’s website is: