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Beyond 2012 From Legend to Reality - Danial Pinchbeck

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Cross Aldous Huxley, H. P. Lovecraft, and Carlos Castaneda—each imbued with a twenty-first century aptitude for quantum theory and existential psychology—and you get the voice of Daniel Pinchbeck. And yet, nothing quite prepares us for the lucidity, rationale, and informed audacity of this seeker, skeptic, and cartographer of hidden realms. Pinchbeck has written for many publications, including Esquire, The New York Times Magazine, The Village Voice, and Rolling Stone. In 1994, he was chosen by The New York Times Magazine as one of “Thirty Under Thirty” destined to change our culture. His first book, Breaking Open the Head, was heralded as the most significant on psychedelic experimentation since the work of Terence McKenna. LA Weekley Magazine says of his most recent book - 2012, part memoir, part anthropological journey through many things spiritual, metaphysical, and just plain eerie, Pinchbeck illuminates not the world’s end but the many ways in which our social structures are disintegrating. Into 2012 Pinchbeck fits Jung, crop circles, Martin Heidegger’s critique of technology, the ecological theories of Rudolf Steiner, the parables of Christ, Jared Diamond’s Collapse, and even the confessions of Whitley Strieber. Pinchbeck lives in New York’s East Village, where he is editorial directory of Reality Sandwich. He writes a column, Prophet Motive, for Conscious Choice Magazine, Whole Life Times and Common Ground Magazine. He is co-creator of the animation project, PostModern Times and is Executive Producer of a new DVD called Beyond 2012: Evolving Perspectives On the Next Age. UFONAUT Radio is pleased to welcome Daniel Pinchbeck. Includes News and Items of Interest. 2-Hours commercial free.

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