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ISIS Paranormal Radio with Dick Larson

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Dick Larson is a counselor with a background in education, business and communication. In addition to being a guest on radio talk shows nationwide, he has co-hosted a radio program and produced and hosted a series of public access television shows that air around the nation. Mr. Larson served in the US Air Force and as a special education teacher with the Los Angeles School District, and was a corporate business executive for over 20 years. Creator of the audiotape series "Points to Ponder," Larson is a native of Minnesota, where he obtained a degree in Sociology before duty in the Air Force ultimately brought him to the Los Angeles area in 1971. Larson’s familiarity with the spiritual side of life comes from his study of world religions and the ageless wisdom teachings, facilitating Christian adult Bible studies, and participating in meditation groups for many years. In these difficult times, he tends to be hopeful about our future and tries to help others see the positive as well. Larson entertains and inspires as he shares his strong conviction that we are now in a very special time of world change – one that marks the beginning of a new era of awareness which will offer tremendous opportunities for personal growth and enlightenment. Dick Larson, a long time student of the Ageless Wisdom teachings, says they are linked to an unprecedented planetary event that is just now taking place – the public emergence of the World Teacher for the Aquarian age. Tonight Larson will discuss who creates crop circles; how and why they do it; who the world teacher is and why he’s come now; who the Teacher is here to help, and what the Teacher’s presence means for our future.

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