Headlined Guests heard on BBS Radio Overview

Dr Allan Botkin discusses Induced After Life communication

Auctor, practitioner of IADC with PTSD

Christopher Speed and omega 3

Director of Omega Wellness

Healer, Sheldon JO

Healer and Teacher

Cindy Smith

Animal Communicator

Dr Nancy Kay

Veterinarian, Writer, Lecturer, Author

Dr Randy W Schekman

Nobel Prize winner, Editor, Doctorate in DNA replication, Professor, Investigator, Multi award winner

Dr. James E. Rothman

Fergus F. Wallace Professor of Biomedical Sciences at Yale, Chairman of Dept. of Cell Biology, Director of Nanobiology Institute, Professor, 2013 Nobel Prize in winner, and multi award winner

Professor Dr Thomas C Südhof

Biochemist, Professor, 2013 Nobel Prize winner, Doctor, Investigator

Professional Basketball Player

Dr. Dario Nardi

Founder and Director of Radiance House, Assistant Adjunct, Lecturer, Fellow at UCLA, Faculty Advisor, Writer, Doctorate in Systems Science

Stefan Vestappen

writer, world traveler, artist, and martial arts expert

1-Liter Hydroplane Driver

Penny Kelly

Author, teacher, speaker, publisher, personal and spiritual consultant, and Naturopathic physician

American Ninja Warrior Competitor

Da Vid Raphael

Founder of The Light Party

Christos Lightweaver


Doug Newsom

Co-founder/CEO of BBS Network, Inc. (BBS Radio)

Ayn Cates Sullivan

International Award Winning Author, Speaker and Seminar Leader

Dr Allan Botkin discusses Induced After Life communication
Christopher Speed and omega 3
Healer, Sheldon JO
Cindy Smith
Dr Nancy Kay
Dr Randy W Schekman
Dr. James E. Rothman
Professor Dr Thomas C Südhof
Dr. Dario Nardi
Stefan Vestappen
Penny Kelly
Da Vid Raphael
Christos Lightweaver
Doug Newsom
Ayn Cates Sullivan
Dr Allan Botkin discusses Induced After Life communication
Guest Occupation: Auctor, practitioner of IADC with PTSD
Guest Biography:

Allan L. Botkin earned his Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) degree from Baylor University in 1983 and then worked for the next 20 years at a Chicago area VA hospital specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). He has treated combat veterans from WWII, the Korean War, the Vietnam War and Desert Storm. Dr. Botkin and his colleagues were among the first in the country to regularly use a new and very powerful psychological procedure called eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR

In 1995 Dr. Botkin discovered (by accident) that a variation of EMDR reliably induced after-death communications (ADCs) in his patients. ADCs are experiences that nearly all people believe are authentic communications with deceased people. While Dr. Botkin has remained neutral with regard to the spiritual authenticity of his patients’ ADCs, he has maintained that the healing associated with these experiences goes well beyond what has even been considered possible in the fields of grief and trauma therapy. Dr. Botkin calls his new procedure induced after-death communication (IADC).

After leaving the VA in 2003 and founding The Center for Grief and Traumatic Loss, LLC in Libertyville, IL, Dr. Botkin and his IADC trained colleagues all over the world have induced many thousands of ADCs. His book is Induced After Death Communication: A Miraculous Therapy for Grief and Loss. Dr. Botkin has also published scientific papers on PTSD, EMDR, IADC and brain function.

Dr. Botkin’s websites are www.induced-adc.com and www.healingafterthewar.org

Guest Category: Medicine, Psychology, Self Help, Spiritual
Christopher Speed and omega 3
Guest Occupation: Director of Omega Wellness
Guest Biography:

Christopher Speed, MND, APO, is a tristate area based clinical nitritionist, sietitian, health expert and Director of Omega Wellness.

Chris was the Food and Nutrition Strategist for Oldways Preservation and Exchange, where he helped increase awareness of the healthfulness of a number of traditional eating patterns which ranged from Asian to Mediterranean diets. His particular interests lay in the dietary fat intake of these diets, especially the role of seafood and omega-3 fats as well as omega-6′s.

He was the first Global Director of Food and Nutrition Sciences at Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide, where he provided counsel to many food brands, raw ingredient manufacturers and prepared food/quick service restaurants so that they may best navigate the ever changing nutrition landscape.

Chris founded the North American chapter of Minami Nutrition USA, where he launched a unique supercritical CO2 extracted omega-3 supplement line into key retail accounts in North America and Europe, leading to its recent acquisition by Atrium Innovation. He is a much sought after presenter on all health issues related to omega-3 supplementation, designer made supplements that take into account up-to-date nutritional science and chronic disease needs, especially as it helps consumers balance their current excess intake of omega-6′s. He is a Master of Human Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Sydney, continues his academic work as an Associate Editor of the European Journal of Cancer Prevention and is an adjunct Lecturer at New York University Nutrition School.

Chris sits on the Expert Panel at Mission Ready to help consumers realize the full extent to which omega-3′s can support health and wellness, to elevate the health credentials of the supplement industry and promote greater dialogue around the health crisis that lies within diets that are deficient in omega-3′s and excess omega-6′s.

Guest Category: Health & Lifestyle, Medicine, Self Help
Healer, Sheldon JO
Guest Occupation: Healer and Teacher
Guest Biography:

Ordinary Miracles Series: Today we spotlight quite miracle workers doing extraordinary things.

Our Guest: Sheldon Jo

In this broadcast our special guest Sheldon Jo will talk about energy healing and his spiritual transformation though A Course In Miracles.

Sheldon Jo is a healer, and a student of A Course In Miracles. Through Prayer and meditation he discovered that his ‘touch’ has the power to assist with miraculous healings. Sheldon offers workshops as a step in sharing this gift with more people. He is currently on the Board of Director’s for the non-profit organization - Arts Unity Movement. http://artsunitymovement.com/

Guest Category: Energy Healing, Spiritual
Cindy Smith
Guest Occupation: Animal Communicator
Guest Biography:

Cindy Smith, Animal Communicator
Deepening the connections between people and animals.

I facilitate communication between people and the animals in their lives. The easiest way to think of it is to imagine you are speaking one language and your animal is speaking another. I act as a translator between the two of you. My goal is to deepen the connection through mutual respect, compassion and communication.

Communication seems to be one of the major themes of my life. I have a Masters in Education from the University of Northern Colorado. I’ve been a counselor in the mental health field and a teacher in the high school setting.

I worked with developmentally disabled adults for 14 years, many of whom had limited communication skills. They helped me develop my empathetic and telepathic skills as we worked together to communicate. I also worked as a high school teacher for years and found teens to be another misunderstood group. They taught me to listen deeply and not make assumptions based solely on behavior. They showed me great strength and heart in the face of difficult histories, as do many of the animals I meet. Often I find problems between animals and people to be simple misunderstandings.

I draw on these experiences, combined with 35 years of meditation practice in my work with animals. Recently, I’ve begun using sports performance training with people who team with their animals in competitive events. The combination of communication with your animal, and mentally preparing for the event yourself, can often improve performance for both of you!

Since communication is telepathic I don’t need to be in the presence of the animal or person. I work by phone or email with people all over the world.

Guest Category: Plant & Animals, Education, Pets and Animals, Philosophy, Self Help, Spiritual, Animal & Plant Communications
Dr Nancy Kay
Guest Occupation: Veterinarian, Writer, Lecturer, Author
Guest Biography:

Dr. Nancy Kay wanted to become a veterinarian for just about as long as she can remember. Her veterinary degree is from Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine, and she completed her residency training in small animal internal medicine at the University of California-Davis Veterinary School.

Dr. Kay is a board certified specialist in the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and published in several professional journals and textbooks. She lectures professionally to regional and national audiences, and one of her favorite lecture topics is communication between veterinarians and their clients. Since the release of her book, Speaking for Spot: Be the Advocate Your Dog Needs to Live a Happy, Healthy, Longer Life, Dr. Kay has lectured extensively and written numerous magazine articles on the topic of medical advocacy and veterinarian/client communication. She was a featured guest on the popular National Public Radio show, Fresh Air with Terry Gross. Dr. Kay's newest book is called, Your Dog's Best Health: A Dozen Reasonable Things to Expect From Your Vet.  Her award winning blog, "Spot Speaks" is posted weekly (www.speakingforspot.com/blog).  

Dr. Kay was selected by the American Animal Hospital Association to receive the 2009 Hill’s Animal Welfare and Humane Ethics Award. This award is given annually to a veterinarian or nonveterinarian who has advanced animal welfare through extraordinary service or by furthering humane principles, education, and understanding. Dr. Kay was selected as the 2011 Leo K. Bustad Companion Animal Veterinarian of the Year, an award presented every year by the American Veterinary Medical Association to a veterinarian whose work exemplifies and promotes the human animal bond. Dr. Kay has received several awards from the Dog Writer’s Association of America.

Dr. Kay's personal life revolves around her husband (also a veterinarian), her three children (none of whom aspire to be veterinarians) and their menagerie of four-legged family members. When she's not writing, she spends her spare moments in the garden or riding atop her favorite horse. Dr. Kay and her husband reside in Hendersonville, North Carolina.

Guest Category: Earth & Space, Plant & Animals, Health & Lifestyle, Medicine, Pets and Animals
Dr Randy W Schekman
Guest Occupation: Nobel Prize winner, Editor, Doctorate in DNA replication, Professor, Investigator, Multi award winner
Guest Biography:

Biography from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Randy_Schekman

Randy Wayne Schekman (born December 30, 1948) is a Nobel Prize-winning American cell biologist at the University of California, Berkeley,[6] and former editor-in-chief of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.[2][7][8] In 2011, he was announced as the editor of eLife, a new high-profile open-access journal published by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the Max Planck Society and the Wellcome Trust launching in 2012.[9] He was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 1992.[10] Schekman shared the 2013 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine with James Rothman and Thomas C. Südhof for their ground-breaking work on cell membrane vesicle trafficking.[5][11]

Schekman was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota, to Alfred Schekman, an electrical engineer and inventor.[12] He graduated from Western High School in Anaheim, California, in 1966.[13] He received a BA in Molecular Sciences from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), in 1971. He spent his third year at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, as an exchange student.[14][2] He received a PhD in 1975 from Stanford University for research on DNA replication working with Arthur Kornberg.[15] He was promoted to Associate Professor in 1984 and Professor in 1994.

Since 1991, Schekman has been a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator,[16] Division of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, at the University of California, Berkeley. The Schekman Lab at that university carries out research into molecular descriptions of the process of membrane assembly and vesicular traffic[17] in eukaryotic cells[18][19] including yeast.[20] Before that, he was a faculty member with the now disbanded Department of Biochemistry at the same university.

In 2002, Schekman received the Albert Lasker Award for Basic Medical Research[21] and Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize of Columbia University along with James Rothman for their discovery of cellular membrane trafficking, a process that cells use to organize their activities and communicate with their environment.[22] He was awarded the Massry Prize from the Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California, in 2010. Schekman is also a member of the Selection Committee for Life Science and Medicine which chooses winners of the Shaw Prize.

In 2013, he was elected a Foreign Member of the Royal Society. His nomination read:

Using a brilliantly conceived genetic screen, Schekman isolated sec mutants that accumulate secretory pathway intermediates, he cloned the corresponding genes and he established biochemical reactions that faithfully reproduced specific secretory pathway events. These studies transformed the secretion field, previously descriptive and morphological, into a molecular and mechanistic one. The cell-free reactions that Schekman established led to his isolation of the Sec61 translocation complex, the (COPII) vesicle coat complex, and the first purified inter-organelle transport vesicles. The Sec proteins are strikingly conserved and the trafficking mechanisms that Schekman discovered are at the heart of neurotransmission, hormone secretion, cholesterol homeostasis and metabolic regulation.[4]

Schekman, Thomas C. Südhof, and James Rothman were awarded the 2013 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine "for their discoveries of machinery regulating vesicle traffic, a major transport system in our cells".[5] Schekman "has already said he will donate his share of the prize money, $400,000, to create an endowment for the Esther and Wendy Schekman Chair in Basic Cancer Biology at UC Berkeley. Schekman’s mother and sister, for whom the post is named, both died of cancer." [23]

In December 2013, Schekman called for academic journal publishing reform and open access science publication by announcing that his lab at the University of California, Berkeley would no longer submit to the prestigious closed-access journals Nature, Cell and Science, citing their self-serving and deleterious effects on science.[24] He has criticized these journals for artificially restricting the number of publications accepted to drive up demand.[24] In addition, Schekman says the journals accept papers that will be cited often, increasing the prestige of the journal, rather than those which demonstrate important results.[24] Schekman has said the prestige and difficulty of publishing in these journals sometimes cause scientists to cut corners or pursue trends, rather than conduct research on important questions. Schekman is the current editor of eLife, an open access journal and competitor to Nature, Cell, and Science.[24] Papers are accepted into eLife based on review by working scientists.[24] Access to accepted papers is free.[24]

Guest Category: Earth & Space, Education, Health & Lifestyle, Medicine, Physics & Metaphysics, Science, Biology & Chemistry, Technology
Dr. James E. Rothman
Guest Occupation: Fergus F. Wallace Professor of Biomedical Sciences at Yale, Chairman of Dept. of Cell Biology, Director of Nanobiology Institute, Professor, 2013 Nobel Prize in winner, and multi award winner
Guest Biography:

Biography from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Rothman

James Edward Rothman (born November 3, 1950) is the Fergus F. Wallace Professor of Biomedical Sciences at Yale University, the Chairman of the Department of Cell Biology at Yale School of Medicine, and the Director of the Nanobiology Institute at the Yale West Campus. Rothman is also concurrently serving as adjunct professor of physiology and cellular biophysics at Columbia University. and a research professor at the Institute of Neurology, University College, London.Rothman was awarded the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, for his work on vesicle trafficking (shared with Randy Schekman and Thomas C. Südhof). He has also received many other honors, including the King Faisal International Prize in 1996, the Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize from Columbia University and the Albert Lasker Award for Basic Medical Research both in 2002.

Biography from: http://medicine.yale.edu/lab/rothman/people//james_rothman-2.profile?source=news

Professor James Rothman, the Wallace Professor of the Biomedical Sciences at Yale University, is one of the world's most distinguished biochemists and cell biologists. He is Chairman of the Yale School of Medicine’s Department of Cell Biology and is the Director and founder of the Nanobiology Institute on Yale’s new West Campus. Rothman graduated from Yale College (1971) where he studied physics. He received his Ph.D. degree in biological chemistry from Harvard (1976) and was a student at Harvard Medical School from 1971 to 1973. From 1976 to 1978, he completed a fellowship in the Department of Biology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. From 1978 to 1988, he was a professor in the Department of Biochemistry at Stanford University. Dr. Rothman was the E.R. Squibb Professor of Molecular Biology at Princeton University (1988-1991). He founded and chaired the Department of Cellular Biochemistry and Biophysics at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (1991-2004), where he held the Paul A. Marks Chair and served as Vice-Chairman of Sloan-Kettering. Prior to coming to Yale in 2008, Dr. Rothman was the Wu Professor of Chemical Biology in the Department of Physiology and Cellular Biophysics, and Director of Columbia University’s Sulzberger Genome Center.

Professor Rothman discovered key molecular machinery responsible for transfer of materials among compartments within cells, providing the conceptual framework for understanding such diverse and important processes as the release of insulin into the blood, communication between nerve cells in the brain, and the entry of viruses to infect cells. Numerous kinds of tiny membrane-enveloped vesicles ferry packets of enclosed cargo. Each type of vesicle must deliver its specialized cargo to the correct destination among the maze of distinct compartments that populate the cytoplasm of a complex animal cell. The delivery process, termed membrane fusion, is fundamental for physiology and medicine, as pathology in this process can cause metabolic, neuropsychiatric and other diseases. Rothman reconstituted vesicle budding and fusion in a cell-free system (1984) and discovered the complex of SNARE proteins (1993) which mediates membrane fusion and affords it specificity. He also uncovered the GTPase-switch mechanism which controls coated vesicle budding in the cell (1991).

Rothman has also contributed to other fields. Together with Gero Miesenbock, he showed how patterns of synaptic activity in neural networks could be recorded optically using encoded synapto-pHlourins (1998). He discovered that hsp70’s are ATPases (1986) and peptide binding proteins (1989), thereby revealing how these molecular chaperones cycle on and off proteins to control their folding/unfolding. On theoretical grounds, he proposed (1981) that the role of the Golgi is to iteratively purify proteins, using its cisternae like plates in a distillation tower, an idea now implicit in all models of Golgi dynamics; and he provided the first evidence of sequential processing and vectorial transport across the stack (1981-1985). Rothman’s current research concerns the biophysics of membrane fusion and its regulation in exocytosis; the dynamics of the Golgi apparatus at super-resolution; and the use of bio-inspired design in nanotechnology.

Dr. Rothman has received numerous awards and honors in recognition of his work on vesicle trafficking and membrane fusion, including the King Faisal International Prize for Science (1996), the Gairdner Foundation International Award (1996), the Lounsbery Award of the National Academy of Sciences (1997), the Heineken Foundation Prize of the Netherlands Academy of Sciences (2000), the Louisa Gross Horwitz prize of Columbia University (2002), the Lasker Basic Science Award (2002), the Kavli Prize in Neuroscience (2010), the Massry Prize (2010) and the EB. Wilson Medal (2010). He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences (1993) and its Institute of Medicine (1995), and a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1994).

October 7, 2011



Guest Category: Earth & Space, Education, Health & Lifestyle, Medicine, Physics & Metaphysics, Science, Technology
Professor Dr Thomas C Südhof
Guest Occupation: Biochemist, Professor, 2013 Nobel Prize winner, Doctor, Investigator
Guest Biography:

Biography from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_C._S%C3%BCdhof

Thomas Christian Südhof (born December 22, 1955) is a German-American biochemist well known for his study of synaptic transmission. Currently, he is a professor in the School of Medicine in the Department of Molecular and Cellular Physiology, and by courtesy in Neurology, and in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University.

He is the co-awardee of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (with James Rothman and Randy Schekman) for work on vesicle trafficking.

A German native, Südhof was born in Göttingen in 1955. He spent his childhood in Göttingen and Hannover, and was a graduate from the Hannover Waldorf School in 1975. Südhof studied medicine at the RWTH Aachen University, Harvard University, and then the University of Göttingen where, in 1982, he obtained his M.D. The same year, Südhof finished work on his doctoral thesis, in which he described the structure and function of chromaffin cells, at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in the lab of Victor P. Whittaker. After a brief postdoctoral fellowship in Whittaker’s lab, Südhof moved to the United States in 1983, where he began postdoctoral training in the department of molecular genetics at the University of Texas Health Science Center (now the UT Southwestern Medical Center) in Dallas, Texas, under the supervision of Michael Stuart Brown and Joseph L. Goldstein.

During his postdoctoral fellowship, Südhof worked to describe the role of the LDL receptor in cholesterol metabolism, for which Brown and Goldstein were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1985. Südhof finished his postdoctoral training in 1986 and was made an investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. He was also given his own laboratory at UT Southwestern Medical Center where he focused on the Presynaptic Neuron for over 20 years.

In 2008, Südhof moved to Stanford University and is currently the Avram Goldstein Professor in the School of Medicine as well as a Professor of Molecular & Cellular Physiology, Psychiatry, and Neurology.

He ascribed his powers of analysis and concentration to boyhood lessons with his bassoon teacher, Herbert Tauscher.

Guest Category: Education, Health & Lifestyle, Medicine, Science, Biology & Chemistry, Technology
Guest Occupation: Professional Basketball Player
Guest Biography:

Brandon Hogg played 4 years of college basketball at Southern Illinois University.  Hogg was named an honorable mention All-American by the Division II Bulletin.  Hogg earned NABC first-team All-Midwest District, Daktronics second-team All-Midwest Region, first-team All-GLVC & Academic All-GLVC honors as a Senior in the 2011-2012 season.  After college Hogg signed to play professional basketball in Germany with the Noerdlingen Giants.  Hogg led the Giants in scoring with an average of 19.6ppg.  For the 2013-14 season, Hogg changed German teams and signed with the Schwelmer Baskets.  In the playoffs with the Baskets, Hogg averaged 16 points, 4.1 rebounds, 5.4 assists, and 2.6 steals per game.  Hogg is coming off a good showing in the Global Basketball Summer League in Las Vegas, NV.   

Guest Category: Sports & Recreation, Professional, High School, College
Dr. Dario Nardi
Guest Occupation: Founder and Director of Radiance House, Assistant Adjunct, Lecturer, Fellow at UCLA, Faculty Advisor, Writer, Doctorate in Systems Science
Guest Biography:

Can everyone find and be in their zone, like athletes and musicians?  Can your emotions be keeping you from achieving that zone in your life?  How can your emotions help you?  What can the brain tell us about who you are and what you are likely to do or not do, achieve or not achive?  Professor Dario Nardi has spent decades exploring these questions and so many more, and come up with answers that he shares in his books, classrooms and lectures.  Learn the secrets behind your brain you never knew existed and find your zone!

Dario Nardi – Bio

Radiance House
Dario is founder and director of Radiance House (www.RadianceHouse.com), a media and books publishing company, from 2007 to the present. Radiance House publishes high-quality workbooks, books, foldouts, reference cards, software and related materials in three subject areas: personality/organizational psychology, systems thinking, and fantasy gaming. Many book titles appear at www.Amazon.com or in affiliate online stores.
Clients span the globe and include brand name and governmental organizations that leverage the benefits of personality for understanding, teamwork, and leadership.

University Teaching
From 1998 – 2012, Dario taught as an assistant adjunct, lecturer or fellow at University of California (Los Angeles) in four programs including Program in Computing, Anthropology, Honors Collegium, and Human Complex Systems (www.hcs.ucla.edu).
Courses taught include: Intro. to Programming, Intro. to Programming for the Internet, Intro. to Computing for Social Science & Humanities, Artificial Intelligence, Modeling and Simulation of Social Systems, Modeling and Simulation Laboratory, and Artificial Culture Laboratory. He also acted as the Human Complex Systems faculty advisor and taught numerous independent study courses covering topics such as cognitive processes, neuroscience of personality, and game design. He wrote Modeling and Simulation in the Social Sciences. Moreover, after supervising over 1500 research projects, he edited a collection of best projects in Readings in Formal Modeling and Simulation in the Social Sciences. For details, see: www.radiancehouse.com/systems.htm
Dario supervised two instances of the Lake Arrowhead Annual Conference on Multi-Agent Modeling in the Social Sciences. He also wrote experiment-based software for fellow instructors on such topics as prospect theory and meme diffusion through friendship networks.
While at UCLA, Dario won three awards: the 2005 Copenhaver Award for Innovative Use of Technology in the Classroom, the Outstanding Professor Award, granted in 2007 by UCLA’s Mortor Board Honor Society, and the 2011 annual Distinguished Teaching award. Find more award information here www.oid.ucla.edu/faculty/teachingawards/nighthonor/2011-2012 and here http://old.oid.ucla.edu/edtech/bpcaward/bpc05recips.
As a popular instructor, Dario often used non-traditional techniques including outdoor live-group simulation activities, robot-human stage plays, and software-based audio-visual experimentation to teach New Science concepts such as emergence, attractors, nonlinear feedback, multi-agency, and living systems theory. He is a fan of tools such as Fuzzy Cognitive Maps and Multi-agent Models as ways to better understand complex phenomena.

Personality Theory
Dario gained Myers-Briggs certification in 1994 under the instruction of Dr. Linda Berens (www.LindaBerens.com) and has been intimately involved in product development and research of personality-based tools ever since.
He is the author or coauthor of numerous books on personality including Neuroscience of Personality, 8 Keys to Self-Leadership, Multiple Intelligences and Personality Type, Character and Personality Type, An Introduction to the Personality Type Code, Quick Guide to 16 Personality Types in Organizations, and 16 Personality Types: Descriptions for Self-Discovery. These titles appear on Amazon and at www.RadianceHouse.com/psych.htm.  Moreover, he created the Interstrength Cognitive Assessment (www.Keys2Cognition.com), which profiles a person’s use of the 8 Jungian mental functions, and the NeuroPQ (www.NeuroPQ.com), which profiles a person’s use of various cognitive skills by brain region.
Dario has also authored self-help software tools including “Personality Types” and “Love Therapy” for the Apple iPhone / iPad. For details, visit www.PersonalityApps.com and www.LoveTherapyApps.com.
In 2009, Dario acted as the conference chair for the International Association of Psychological Type’s (www.aptinternational.org) biennial conference in Dallas, Texas. He regularly acts as a keynote speaker and webinar and workshop presenter for regional, national and international organizations such as Google Inc., Providence Tarzana Medical Center, CPP-Asia Pacific, Attentional Ltd, and Danish Center for Leadership, among others.
Dario takes a systems approach to personality. This includes the use of multiple complementary models to triangulate a person’s best-fit personality type. By “type”, he means a sustainable pattern of activity, or in mathematical terms, a strange attractor within a living dynamic system (after all, persons as implemented as dynamic systems, not as statistical ones).

Neuroscience Research
Since 2007, Dario has conducted intensive and varied hands-on neuroscience research using EEG technology. He focuses on practical application of the brain research and personality to coaching, counseling, educating, leading, and such. For a free 90-minute video for Google in 2011, please visit: www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGfhQTbcqmA.
For an in-depth report of his ongoing research, please see “Neuroscience of Personality: Brain-Savvy Insights for All Types of People” found at http://www.radiancehouse.com/itemLG_500.htm or on Amazon.
Interested persons can learn about workshops and webinars at: www.radiancehouse.com/workshops.htm or watch this video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOo4oVr46hs.
Dario’s research focuses on links between cognitive skills, emotional dynamics, personality characteristics, and behavior as expressed through local and global patterns of activity in the neocortex. In his research, he asks subjects to try a wide variety of tasks–from math and music to story-telling and speed-dating, over the course of 2-3 hours. During this time, subjects tend to display recurrent patterns in frequency and amplitude for use of particular neocortical regions as well as across the whole neocortex. Among the most interesting patterns is a “flow state” that occurs when a person engages in creative expertise or a pallet of other activities distinctly related to personality characteristics.
Dario’s system and methodology for neuroscience of personality is covered a pending patent. In addition to presenting ongoing results, he focusing on likely implications for skill development, coaching, communication, leadership, problem solving, education, and other application areas. As part of this, certified professions may use pencil-paper and free online self-assessment tools such as the NeuroPQ at www.NeuroPQ.com.
Recently, Dario is developing use of EEG with small TV and film audiences, gamers, students, and work groups to objectively evaluate and improve the effectiveness of particular media, material, and processes, such as the likely reception of a pilot TV show.

Educational Background
Dario conducted his doctorate in Systems Science (1995-1998) from the State University of New York (www.binghamton.edu/ssie/) and his bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering (1988-1992) from the University of Southern California (http://ame-www.usc.edu/), where he enjoyed USC’s Academic Scholarship for Excellence, a full-tuition undergraduate scholarship.
His educational background also includes East Asian languages and cultures and creative writing. Dario began studying Japanese as a high school freshman in 1984. In 1987, he acted as the student representative to greet the then-Crown Prince (now Emperor) of Japan in his trip to Washington D.C. Later, in 1989-1990, Dario attended Waseda University in Tokyo for his college sophomore year where he took courses in both English and Japanese.
As part of his dissertation work, Dario created SOCIALBOT, an animated interactive character that uses everyday English to share socially-relevant information. The informing approach to design was “social situated action” where intelligence involves coordination between agents. Socialbot is detailed here www.Socialbot.com and here www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfwa-ScdizI.

Dario has been involved in tabletop role-playing games since 1982. He is author 4 well-received hardcover game books including: Secrets of Pact Magic and Villains of Pact Magic the popular d20 system as well as Radiance Players Guide and Radiance Masters Guide, a standard-alone game for adventures “in Tesla’s gilded age of electrotech”. Finally, he is coauthor of Pact Magic Unbound Vol. 1 for use with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game by Paizo Publishing. See www.RadianceRpg.com, www.Facebook.com/RadianceRPG, www.PactMagic.com, and http://paizo.com/products/btpy8tyw for details.
Burning Man: Dario is a huge fan of this annual festival held in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert. He has attended every year since 2007. For more information: www.BurningMan.com and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burning_Man.
For relaxation, Dario enjoys the beach, hiking and surfing as well as speculative films and other media.

Formative Years
Dario was born on Jan 3, 1970 in Los Angeles, where he lived until age 5. He also lived in Ojai, California. At age 5 he moved to Acra Beach in Barbados, the southern-most island in the Caribbean. From 11 to 18 he lived in Bethesda, Maryland, a suburb of Washington D.C., and graduated Walt Whitman High School with honors and an all-expense paid trip to Japan in the summer of 1988, sponsored by the Japan-America Society via their Japan-American Society Summer Fellowship in Japan, in the spirit of promoting peace and cross-cultural understanding.

Guest Category: Business, Education, Health & Lifestyle, Philosophy, Science, Spiritual, Technology, Travel & Leisure, Variety
Stefan Vestappen
Guest Occupation: writer, world traveler, artist, and martial arts expert
Guest Biography:

Stefan H. Verstappen (born 1957, Toronto, Canada) has lived and traveled throughout China and East Asia. While in Asia he studied oriental art, culture, and Kung Fu. Verstappen is a master of the Lohan School of martial arts and one of the few westerners to have lived and studied Kung Fu in China.

When Stefan was researching history for his first book, ‘The Thirty Six Strategies of Ancient China’, he began to see a similar pattern common to history’s leaders, a pattern of ruthless self-interest that resulted in the deaths of countless billions of people and the destruction of dozens of civilizations.

Stefan’s recent Global Research TV interview with James Corbett HERE (YouTube) is an excellent overview of this subject of power elite psychopaths who are ethical infants – no social conscience.

Is the reason that there is so much sorrow and suffering in the world due to natural causes, or is it because a small percentage of the population with a peculiar mental illness have taken control of society?

For a good understanding of this emotion-charged subject, view Stefan’s full documentary: ‘Defense Against the Psychopath'.   Based on the first chapter of Stefan’s book, ‘The Art of Urban Survival’, this instructional video has gone viral, explaining the types, characteristics, and modus operandi of the most ruthless predators on the planet.

A surge of social conscience in our new global social media has made this subject extremely timely – and urgent -- as is obvious in this new article: ‘Beyond the Insanity of MidEast War’.

Welcome Stefan Vestappen to Cosmic Love with Your Presence:)  

Guest Category: Arts, Education, History, Politics & Government, Psychology, Spiritual
Guest Occupation: 1-Liter Hydroplane Driver
Guest Biography:

Josh Culver enters his 4th year piloting the Y-19 Culver Racing 1-Liter Modified Hydroplane.  Culver, a Pasco, WA native, has been around hydroplane racing his entire life.  Josh is set to race this weekend at his home course in Kennewick, WA at the 2014 Columbia Cup on the Columbia River.  In 2011 Culver was the APBA West Coast Rookie Of The Year, & the 2011 SIRA Rookie Of The Year.

Guest Category: Sports & Recreation, Professional, Outdoor, College, Amateur
Penny Kelly
Guest Occupation: Author, teacher, speaker, publisher, personal and spiritual consultant, and Naturopathic physician
Guest Biography:

Penny Kelly is an author, teacher, speaker, publisher, personal and spiritual consultant, and Naturopathic physician. In 1979, while working as a tool and process engineer for Chrysler Corp, she experienced a full, spontaneous awakening of kundalini that completely changed her life. She left Chrysler and returned to school to study the brain, consciousness, perception, cognition, intelligence and intuition. This was followed by over a dozen years of work as an educational consultant specializing in the brain-compatible and accelerative teaching techniques of Dr. George Lozanov. 

In 1987, she moved to southwest Michigan and for 25 years has operated Lily Hill Farm and Learning Center. Today she travels, lectures, and teaches a variety of classes and workshops including Developing the Gift of IntuitionOrganic Gardening, and Getting Well Again Naturally. She maintains a large consulting practice,writes books and poetry, raises chickens, beef cows, and grows organic vegetables and small fruits.

For some years she has been involved in scientific research and investigations into consciousness at Pinelandia Laboratory near Ann Arbor, MI and has been the subject of some research as well.

She holds a degree in Humanistic Studies from Wayne State University, and a degree in Naturopathic Medicine from Clayton College of Natural Health. Penny is the mother of four children and has written six books.

The Evolving Human - A True Story of Awakening Kundalini

The Elves of Lily Hill Farm – A Partnership With Nature

Robes - A Book of Coming Changes

Getting Well Again, Naturally – From the Soil to the Stomach

Consciousness and Energy, Vol. 1 – Multi-dimensionality and a Theory of Consciousness, and

Consciousness and Energy, Vol. 2 – New Worlds of Energy

Penny lives, works, and writes in Lawton, MI, the far southwest corner of Michigan.

Guest Category: Food, Nutrition, Paranormal, Philosophy, Physics & Metaphysics, Access Consciousness, Animal & Plant Communications, Clairvoyant & Telepathic, Psychic & Intuitive
Guest Occupation: American Ninja Warrior Competitor
Guest Biography:

James McGrath is an American, who has competed five times in the American Ninja Warrior tournaments. In his first attempt, on American Ninja Warrior 2, his run ended early, when he failed on the Quad Steps.

On American Ninja Warrior 3, he was a walk on competitor from Seattle, WA who slept in a van to be a walk-on. In that competition he placed 29th in the Qualifying Round and 13th in the Semis. He did very well in Boot Camp and that earned him a spot in SASUKE 27. In the tournament, he was able to blitz through the first two stages with little trouble, completing Stage 1 in with 22.24 seconds to spare and had SASUKE 27's fastest Stage 2 time with 18.84 seconds left on the clock. However, he ultimately failed on the Ultimate Cliffhanger after failing the transition to the small fifth ledge.

He also competed on American Ninja Warrior 4 and was one of the favorites to earn total victory. He had the 2nd fastest time in the Northwest Regional Qualifiers, and the fastest time in the Northwest Regional Finals, giving him a late run in the Las Vegas Finals. He easily beat Stage 1 with just under 19 seconds to spare, making him of the 24 finalists to advance to Stage 2. However, his downfall came at Stage 2, where he suprisingly failed on the Slider Drop by making the bad choice of jumping before the drop, shifting his weight to one side and not landing the left side.

In American Ninja Warrior 5, McGrath completed the Venice Beach Finalists with the fastest time and he cleared the First Stage in the Las Vegas finals with 38.47 seconds left. In the second stage, he blazed through all the obstacles and finished with the second fastest time on the stage with 35.66 seconds left on the clock. On the third stage, however, he wasn't able to hang on while transitioning to the second board on the Floating Boards and failed.

In American Ninja Warrior: USA VS Japan, James was apart of team America. In the first stage, he went up against Yamamoto Shingo, and he beat him when he couldn't make it up the Soritatsu Kabe. Then, in the second stage, he went up against Asa Kazuma, he beat him as well, as he failed the Double Salmon Ladder and James did a victory lap on the stage. In the third stage, James went up against Urushihara Yuuji, where he went out on the Floating Boards again, but Yuuji also went on the same obstacle and James won the match barely by beating him to the second board by a few seconds. He was the only competitor to attempt all three stages.

So far, in American Ninja Warrior 6, he has completed the qualifying round in the second-fastest time. In the Venice Finals, he failed the Body Prop but still finished in the Top 15, qualifying him for the Las Vegas Finals.

Guest Category: Sports & Recreation, Professional, Outdoor, Indoor, College
Da Vid Raphael
Guest Occupation: Founder of The Light Party
Guest Biography:
Da Vid is a wholistic Medical Director of The San Francisco Medical Research Foundation, and an artist who has created a revolutionary art form entitled Artainment. In addition he is the founder of The Light Party a wholistic new political paradigm party dedicated to Health, Peace, Prosperity, and Freedom For All.
One of his great passions is The Alcatraz Conversion Project, a Spiritual Visionary Project that seeks to convert Alcatraz Island from a place of pain and suffering into  a “JEWEL OF LIGHT“.  It aims to activate Powerful Forces for Cooperation, Reconciliation & Healing.



 Let us begin   with a profound philosophical concept: God/Goddess All That Is dwells within  us as us... In our heart of hearts, at the core of our being, the Supreme Being is intimately known to us as our own immortal Self, Our magical, mystical, and majestic I AM Presence. God/Dess  All That Is. There is no way we can separate ourselves from That which Was, Is, and Shall Be. We have always been one with life, we are one with life, and we will always be one with life. Any belief contrary to this constitutes denial. This denial, rooted in the belief in separation (sin/ignorance), generates fear. Fear, a third dimensional experience, is the root cause of dis-ease and the seven o'clock news. And what is it that we are afraid of? Is it the fear of death and/or the fear of the unknown, and/or becoming who we really are? In truth, it's all, and none of these, because in truth we already know the truth... THE TRUTH IS... and whatever we believe it to be. After profound philosophical deliberations I have come to realize my truth which is: God/Goddess Is, and so am I... And in this New Age of Awareness, we all are becoming conscious of this profound truth... God/Goddess Is, and so are We.
This is what the ancient prophets meant when they spoke of the coming of The New Age, the Second Coming of Christ Consciousness. We are referring to  ChristMichael , who is Archangel of Humanity, a vast solar being who resides within our day star ) and whose body is the evolving body of humanity. The esoteric understanding of Christianity, an evolving solar religion, is rooted in the awareness that the Son is the Sun. The ancient Egyptians who prayed to Ra (synonymous with Christ) were fully aware of this truth.... Indeed "The Son of God" is our Sun, the source of life itself... Scientists today are in agreement that we are living in a multi-dimensional holographic universe, where all is energy, all is light, and all is consciousness. E=MC2
As we become progressively aware of the fact that we are living in an infinite organic, multi-dimensional ever expanding, YES UNIVERSE, we are given the unprecedented opportunity to transform our lives in accordance with the understanding that we live in an infinitely abundant, benevolent, and super intelligent universe, governed by the law of love.
We are individually and collectively in the process of restructuring our fear/time based reality into a BuddhaChrist Conscious reality wherein "Health, Peace, and Freedom for All" abide. This transformation, guided by infinite intelligence and love, constitutes a Global Metanoia, the Armageddon (the end of the world). "The end of the world," a psycho-physiological event, constitutes the end of duality, and resides in the conscious understanding that life is free and so are we! This profound planetary transformation is being assisted by many factors/forces. The Earth has moved into the Aquarian Age, due to an actual astronomical event known as the Precession of the Equinoxes. Aquarius is the zodiacal sign of humanity, truth, and science (the search for truth). Truth sets us free.
Aquarius brings us into the influence of the all powerful Violet 1Ray, which is the frequency of freedom. The Piscean Age, ruled by Neptune (sacrifice) and Jupiter (religion), was a sacrificial and religious period initiated by Jesus, The Christ. The Aquarian Age, initiated by The Cosmic Christ of the Violet Flame, The Lord Saint Germain, and The Ascended Masters of Light, is governed by Uranus (freedom). This is a spiritual age of unprecedented freedom and liberation for all of humanity.The Violet Flame is being consciously invoked by planetary Light workers, to assist in our transformation into  spiritual freedom. The Violet Ray, a direct transmission and emanation of light form the Great Central Sun of All Creation is serving to transform and transmute fear on an atomic and sub-atomic level. The Violet Flame is accelerating an evolution/revolution into a higher frequency of light where "there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain; for the former things are passed away."
In fulfillment of prophecy, cycles within cycles are culminating together as we rapidly evolve into The Eternal Here and Now (the Fifth Dimension). This is substantiated by Hindu cosmology which reveals that we are now in The Diamond Age. The Diamond Age, an age of intense purification, is a transitional period between the Kali-Yuga (an age of ignorance/sin) into a Satya-Yuga, a glorious Golden Age of Light (The Aquarian Age, the New Heaven, the New Earth).
The Mayan Calendar places this cosmic moment in the Earth year 2012... This prophetic moment constitutes the Earth's  initial Ascension into the Fifth Dimension, a higher harmonic of light where peace, love, freedom, and multi-dimensional realities co-exist in joy. Also the Earth becomes an official member of the Intergalactic Confederation of Planets. In time what this means is that our beloved Space Brothers from other advanced, intergalactic civilizations will be free to visit, and share their awareness with us. How exciting!!
To summarize: We, humanity, are now passing through a gateway in our psycho-spiritual development. We have now come to a turning point in our evolution. We are witnessing, participating in, and experiencing the disintegration and reintegration of the socio-economic and philosophical matrix of this planet. We are becoming increasingly aware that we are co-creators of our own destiny. Our future is being created NOW, through the choices we are all making. We are part and parcel of a Poly-Tantric Multi- Dimensional Mind whose experience of itself is ecstatic. We are programmed for bliss!
We shall come to know that our limits are limitless as the light of pure reason shines within and without, dissolving and evaporating the shadows and the illusions of our collective "past," leading us onward, inward and upward, into heretofore un-imagined realms of pure experience. We are awakening to our true selves as sons and daughters of the most high, as children of the light, empowered by this light to live a life of freedom, love, and joy, consciously co-creating and manifesting a life here on Earth, which reflects the wisdom, love, and intelligence of our Creator.
Through the agency of grace (the spirit of guidance and education) we the collective and individualized embodiment of the one reality, partake of this reality, a sacred divinity. We are now experiencing a progressive transformation of consciousness, which is leading inexorably to a "time" where "There shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there by any more pain; for the former things are passed away." The keys to our collective liberation, our ascension, are faith and applied knowledge, along with the determination and forbearance to follow our intuitions and inspirations. Now is the time to celebrate our Ascension into a Golden Age, a New Epoch, A New World where Peace, Health, and Freedom for All . . . IS . . . Amen, Selah, Allelujah!!! To Learn More Pls. visit www.2012ascensionguide.com
Guest Category: Arts, Health & Lifestyle, Medicine, Paranormal, Philosophy, Physics & Metaphysics, Religion, Spiritual
Guest Occupation: Author
Guest Biography:

Robert Kopecky survived a childhood of loss and trauma. He traveled extensively, living a variety of lives; finally becoming an award-winning illustrator, art director, and animation designer for clients like The New York Times, and PBS Kids. The unusual course of his life was tragically punctuated by three dramatic, distinctly different "Near Death Experiences."

Eventually, his path delivered him to his own “dark night of the soul,” followed by more than a decade of study, meditation, and service. The eventual transpersonal realization of what life (and death) are–and can be–inspired him to write and teach, passing along those lessons he’d learned the hard way. His first book, How to Survive Life (and Death), A Guide for Happiness in This World and Beyond, was published in 2014 by Conari Press.

He continues to design animation for ads, TV, and internet; and writes spiritual essays and memoir that appear in Spiritual Daily, Soul Life Times, Beliefnet, Gaiam TV, and more, and on his blog Art, Faith, and the Koko Lion, at RobertKopecky.blogspot.com. 

Guest Category: Arts, Philosophy, Religion, Science, Spiritual
Guest Biography:

I started out as a school teacher after my divorce I landed in music writing for the legends in country music not long after blessed to land my name in the songwriters hall of fame then my real blessing was given with my Company Conscious Music Entertainment since that time I have been writing songs for artist and Foundations branding their cause and titles in society. Now known as an International Award Winning Songwriter I realize my journey in education and music was only a greater plan for what God has intended in bringing the education of music and lyrics to the for front in Conscious Music. The Power of Music is not only defining our lives its building our characters and setting a standard for humanity.

Christos Lightweaver
Guest Occupation: MetaPhysician
Guest Biography:

Christos Lightweaver is the guest on Cosmic Love this Saturday, addressing the global powershift from highly centralized state power to highly decentralized public power as cultures enlightenment with ‘heart coherence’, the Mother of Net reality -- open ‘Source Code’ -- and the future of ‘Open Source Everything’.

Since 1970, Christos has been ‘coding’ the New American rEVOLUTION of social conscience in our ubiquitous global social networks. He is a self-professed ‘egg head’ who gets aHEAD with the power of wisdom with love, the “THRee-in-ONE” (THRONE) of the ‘Egg’ from which Cosmic LOVE is hatched.

As a long time member of the Cosmic Secret Service, Lightweaver has come out of the closet and is no longer ‘Anonymous’. He has openly coded the coordinates for Cosmic Law in sacred geometry frames of reference for a process of 2014 Global Transformation with interactive real-time mass-to-mass TeLeComm.

This open source code for global TeLeComm represents the ‘language of the angels’, a ‘frequency standard’ (heart coherence) at the heart of the next wave of the computer-Internet revolution from cyberspace to inner space – the ‘InnerNet’ at the heart of the Internet.

InnerNet Technology’ (IT) will harness quantum computing
Conceive IT and believe IT to achieve IT.

The naked Christos is ready to shamelessly bare all, beyond the faithless fear that is subservient to the inordinate love of power, and towards fearless faith in the ordained power of love for healing hearts and minds worldwide.

Welcome Christos Lightweaver to Cosmic LOVE with your Presence.

Guest Category: Earth & Space, Medicine, Philosophy, Physics & Metaphysics, Psychology, Spiritual, Divination, Technology, Variety
Doug Newsom
Guest Occupation: Co-founder/CEO of BBS Network, Inc. (BBS Radio)
Guest Biography:

Douglas Newsom is co-founder and CEO of BBS Network, Inc. (BBS Radio)

Doug is Kundalini Experiencer! A keen, bright eyed participant of thought and activity. A unique soul traveling new roads - deeper, more aware and full of Energy!

24 years experience in corporate business development from inception through till profitability and/or fully operational status. A creative, operations and entrepreneurial background; responsible for the successful creation, startup, management and development of a veritable dozen companies over the course of his career, and has raised in excess of $25 million in private equity on behalf of start-ups.

Deep experience in corporate finance; financial structures, funding strategies, methods, planning and structural implementation.

Deep experience in public relations, investor relations and the development and creation of investment materials.

Deep experience in research, organization, formulation, writing and implementation of business plans, offerings and agreements for the formulation of corporations, joint ventures, associations, partnerships and limited liability companies.

Background in sales and marketing of consumer products.

Advanced communication and problem solving skills.

Proficiency in computer hardware, software and the Internet Web development.

Specialties: Bilingual - German

Guest Category: Health & Lifestyle, Paranormal, Philosophy, Physics & Metaphysics, Politics & Government, Psychology, Self Help, Spiritual, Theory & Conspiracy
Ayn Cates Sullivan
Guest Occupation: International Award Winning Author, Speaker and Seminar Leader
Guest Biography:


About the Author

Ayn Cates Sullivan, MA, MFA, Ph.D. is an inspirational author and teacher. She holds a master’s degree in spiritual psychology from USM, and a masters and doctorate in literature from Columbia University and King’s College London. She currently lives with her husband, two children and variety of horses and pets on a ranch in Ojai, California. Her educational experiences coupled by life lead her into the study and practice of what makes one whole.

Ayn’s many inspirational books include Tracking The Deer, Consider This: Recovering Harmony & Balance Naturally, The Windhorse: Poems Of Illumination, and an award winning children’s series including: Sparkle & The Gift, Sparkle & The Light, Sparkle & The Fireflies (2015) and A Story Of Becoming.

Ayn practices loving partnership as a way to fully know and realize oneself with her husband of many years, John Patrick Sullivan. www.noendzone.com. The two can sometimes be found riding horses in the Topa Topa Mountains of Ojai or playing in the Pacific Ocean.

Guest Category: Arts, Education, Kids & Family, Paranormal, Physics & Metaphysics, Spiritual, Access Consciousness, Angel Communication, Psychic & Intuitive