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Discovering the Magdalene Line with Kathleen McGowan

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Sara Vitale and Dawn Kaztin

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Angel Boy Art's Sara Vitale and Soulgineering's Dawn Katzin as we welcome international bestselling author Kathleen McGowan to Spiritual Perspectives, we will be discussing information found throughout the Expected One Series. Topics include the Gospel of Mary Magdalene, Is there or could there be a Book of Love written by Jesus' own hand or the Libro Rosso?  

Kathleen McGowan's debut novel, The Expected One, on the NY Times bestseller list. The sequel, The Book of Love, followed with a similar NY Times bestseller list debut. The latest novel in the series, The Poet Prince, tells an unprecedented story about the birth of Renaissance art and the secrets hidden in the greatest paintings in history.

Kathleen's unique style of historical fiction combines unprecedented field research with inspired storytelling. Her books have sold over a million copies and are published in almost 40 languages while appearing in approximately 80 countries.

Her first non-fiction work, The Source of Miracles, is a life-changing handbook about prayer and spiritual practice which was influenced by Kathleen's studies of Catharism in France.

In 2010, Kathleen teamed up with European bestseller and investigative journalist Philip Coppens to create the BBS Radio show, "The Spirit Revolution." She also appears with Coppens as an expert historical advisor in Season III of the History Channel's highest rated series, Ancient Aliens.

Kathleen is currently writing her fourth novel, The Tudor Heresy, an explosive and previously untold account of Anne Boleyn's heretical education in France. These lost years of Anne Boleyn have been thoroughly researched in multiple languages, using sources inexplicably ignored by most Tudor scholars, to provide an exciting and controversial. 

Join us for this very special day and time of Spiritual Perspectives Radio

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