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Lost Arts Radio Show #317 - Special Guest Dr. Thomas Cowan

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Modern education seems designed to eradicate that quality of awareness known as common sense, that was once actually common, at least in myths and legends of the old days. It seems the farther we go in today's educational system, the more foreign the idea of common sense becomes. This is especially evident in those among us known as scientists and doctors. Was common sense ever common? Running into a highly educated person today that obviously still has common sense makes the legends more believable. To me it is exciting and encouraging to meet such a person.

Enter Dr. Thomas Cowan, M.D., who introduces himself as "Tom" (www.drtomcowan.com). Tom is retired from general medical practice in San Francisco. He is a past vice-president of the Physicians' Association for Anthroposophical Medicine. He was a founding Board Member of the Weston A. Price Foundation, and is a current vice-president of that organization. He is the author of six books.

Dr. Cowan has looked at many areas of medicine with an open and inquiring mind. What he has observed and discovered, the new understandings he has shared with the world, in such diverse areas as the function of the human heart and circulatory system, and the real story of infectious disease, is directly relevant to current world events like the terrifying fake pandemic that quickly spread world wide and kills everything in its path, especially honesty and human freedom. Come with us and meet Dr. Cowan this Sunday. Not your typical drug-dispensing medical doctor to say the least. We are honored by his visit to the show and hope you enjoy the discussion.

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