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Becoming a Cosmic Citizen - Physiological Effects of and Preparation for Contact

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GalacticU Radio Network

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This is a Best-Of Episode on the Physiological Effects of, and Preparation for, ET Contact, We cover Basic Meditation practice and benefits, UFO/ET Movie Reviews and more.

This is my 2nd Episode, which originally aired in January of 2015. It introduces how my radio program and book are literally a course in Ascension. We invite you to join us on this journey.

I am trying a new concept. Since I am now flying Charter every other week, and never know my schedule more than a few hours in advance when working, I have been doing a Best-Of episode on the weeks when I am on duty. However, on occasion I have a Monday evening free at a hotel where I could do a live show, and I have a number of great guest lined up, so I have Jan De Santi able to potentially do a short notice Live Show on Telepathy with me during a work week. If I know I’m going to be at a hotel and have decent internet, AND Jan is available that evening, we will substitute a live show on short notice, and move the Best-Of to another date.

And, concerning Best-Of episodes, I do a lot of Audio Editing before uploading those shows, removing most of the filler words (Uhh, Umm, Ya know) coughs, long pauses, technical difficulties and such. As I get better, I am also removing most of the appeals for live callers on replays, repairing dead end thoughts and multipath sentences, doing noise reduction and Click Removal, volume leveling, (I tend to be soft spoken), and generally time compress the show 5-10%, all to make it more listenable and to shorten the time, in this case from 2 hrs to 1:30. I DO NOT change the content or meaning of the show. It takes 8-12 hours of work to edit a show, I hope you appreciate my effort.

Don Daniels