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Positively Incorrect! with Scott Cluthe Presents Sophia !!!

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Join former Sirius Satellite daily tak show host Scott Cluthe as he talks with one of the most unique guests he has ever worked with, The Goddess Sophia! Kristina Keane, who "brings" Sophia to life through her voice, body and emotions, has always known that she was somehow different. Her life story is filled with inexplicable events, intensity, and sometimes scary moments. Stories from her childhood confirm that Sophia has always walked with her. At the age of three, she was asked what she wanted to be when she grew up. She confidently answered, "A messenger!" Perplexed, the adult probed, "A messenger? What's your message then?" With a firm knowingness, she smiled and replied, "God loves you!" Growing up in a Catholic household "God" was her frame of reference, yet now it is clear to her, that it was Sophia whispering in her ear all along. She also used to speak of an imaginary friend who lived in her closet and was waiting for the right time to come out and play. Many of her childhood photographs reveal orbs of light near or around her body. In one particular picture the light behind her takes on the shape of a women, with her hand on Kristina's head. Trying to fully describe Sophia is truly impossible. Sophia is not just a Goddess, she is "The" Goddess: the counterpart to God, equally profound, equally known and unknown, equally mysterious and misunderstood. She is the totality of every Goddess from every time, culture and religion, and to those that come to understand her: "Wisdom Incarnate". Yet, Sophia is not interested in reverent titles or adoration. She simply knows who she is, and is here to share her insights. She has a lot to say to the world, and about it. A common misconception is that Sophia is just about the feminine experience, yet she is not weighted one way or the other; she has much to offer equally to both men and women, all of which is filled with wonder, surprise and humor. Expect the unexpected! Sophia is the Greek word for Wisdom. This is t