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FIRST GUEST: Thomas Walker, author of "The Force Is With Us: The Higher Consciousness That Science Refuses to Accept"

Inspired by encounters with his son beyond the grave, Tom Walker discovered not only that the paranormal has been exhaustively studied but that convincing evidence supports its authenticity - despite modern science's rigid bias against it. He defines the force, which world esoteric traditions call prana or chi and Wilhelm Reich called orgone, as an energy field that gives movement and life to everything.

An enthralling narrator, Walker cites numerous studies and proven data from government scientists on telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition and psychokinesis - all of which make sense in light of the force. He concludes in line with theoretical physics that consciousness is the primary reality, offering persuasive evidence that what we experience in physical life is, in his words, "only a prelude to eternity."

SECOND GUEST: Rabbi Leah Novick, author of "On The Wings Of Shekhinah: Rediscovering Judaism's Divine Feminine"

On the Wings of Shekhinah takes readers on a guided walk through Jewish history and scripture, revealing along the way the feminine face of God, Shekhinah, a mystical figure that can be found in many traditional world religions but one who, until now, has merely been alluded to by the sages and patriarchal societies.

Rabbi Novick draws from the elements of the natural world, starting with the Torah and the many legends that emphasize the presence of the Shekhinah. She then discusses the Talmud and the ethical nature of the human relationship with the Divine Presence, who appears in the context of positive human activities such as study, prayer and charity.

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