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Traveling Through the Stargate -Interview with Brandon Hall, author of Inception

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Debbie Solaris’ exciting new radio show will cover and discuss everything you ever wanted to know about extraterrestrial beings from other star systems and their connection to humans on planet Earth. Star people such as the Lyrans, Pleaidians, Sirians, Arcturians, Orions, and Andromedans, as well as other star groups that are not as benevolent or as well-known to humans at this time. What are these star people really like? How are they similar to and different from Earth humans? How are humans related to these extraterrestrial groups? What is their unique lifestyle and culture? There is so much to learn and explore about our galactic neighbors. 

With every episode series featuring the different star systems, I enjoy showcasing a talented starseed representing that particular star system's energy. This week I am excited to introduce Brandon J. Hall, an up and coming fantasy-genre author and Sirian starseed. Brandon uses a lot of his unique starseed knowledge and skills in his writing.

Brandon was born October 11, 1981. Very early in his life he’d developed a fondness for literature. He’s always aspired to share his voice, his vision, through the craft he’d so embraced. Having his art showcased during his elementary years at the Detroit Institute of Arts and praised throughout middle school he knew that his path was defined for him. After several publications in the magazine, Afterthoughts, throughout high school for his poetry and art he knew his passion was clear. After years of exploration and self-discovery he finally published his first novel in the year 2007, Reflections—The Chronicles of a Man Scorned. With that behind him he strives to place his name among those who have made him love the genre of fantasy by bringing his own unique quality to it. His newest series, Neuralian Chronicles—The Siede aims to do just that. Inception is the first book in this series. 

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