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Dr Marriah Star

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I talked with Bill Lauritzen about his spiritual path and professional work.

We will discuss his book "The INVENTION of God: The Natural Origins of Religion and Mythology". This book is the result of a lifetime of research, in which he uncovered some remarkable things that have been hidden for thousands of years.

You can find the book here: http://www.amazon.com/Invention-God-Natural-Mythology-Religion/dp/0978754336/ref=tmm_pap_title_0

His web site is http://www.earth360.com/

"Bill Lauritzen is an educator, scientist, and visionary. Sir Arthur C. Clarke, inventor of the communications satellite called Bill “some kind of genius.” Bill invented a new number system, designed a modern-day Stonehenge, called SpaceHenge, and wrote a paper explaining the value of geodesic domes. Because of his wide-ranging interests he has also been called a modern-day “renaissance man“. He is a distinguished graduate of the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. One of his advisors at the Air Force Academy was Roger Bate who co-wrote the Dover classic book on Astrodynamics and also stimulated Bill's lifelong interest in computer science. While at the Air Force Academy, Bill was named the Outstanding Graduate in both Behavioral Sciences and Philosophy. Bill received a master's degree from Purdue in Engineering Psychology. In the Air Force he designed jet cockpits as a usability engineer. He has taught in many schools the inner city of Los Angeles, at Otis College of Art and Design, at Los Angeles City College, at Johns Hopkins University (Center for Talented Youth), and at Columbia College Hollywood. He currently teaches at a national university in China, Xiamen University, where he is associated with the College of Foreign Language and Culture and the Brain-Like Intelligence Systems Laboratory.