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This Just In: Talk to Me LIVE—Sunday 2/28

This post was written by Donald Michael Kraig
on February 26, 2010 | Comments (0)

I know it’s short notice, but I’ve just been invited back to be interviewed live on Witchtalk this Sunday, February 28, at 1:00 p.m. Pacific (4:00 p.m. Eastern) for two full hours.

Witchtalk is part of blogtalkradio, so you can hear it over the internet anywhere on earth. “Now with more than 14,000 listeners, Witchtalk is one of the most popular shows on BlogTalkRadio. With the sole intent of helping people understand and have a contact with Paganism and Witchcraft, Witchtalk brings you the best occult personalities right into your ears. This is not a radio show – this is something else!”

There are two ways you can actively participate. First, go to this link when the show starts and listen live. While there you can even enter the live chat room and text us questions or comments. The host, Karagan, will read your questions on the air. Or secondly, you can actually call in and talk to us directly at (718) 664-9228.

The subject I’ll be talking about?

“This time will be about the mystical Judaic doctrine called Kabbalah. Although its origins are rooted in deep antiquity, from the time of ancient Babylon, the wisdom of Kabbalah has remained virtually hidden from humanity since it appeared more than four thousand years ago. To this very day, only a few know what Kabbalah really is. For millennia, humanity was offered a wide variety of things under the name “Kabbalah”: spells, curses, and even miracles – all except for the method of Kabbalah itself. For over four thousand years, common understanding of Kabbalah has been cluttered with misconceptions and misinterpretations.”

I hope to hear from you this Sunday. Please call in or text us a question or two. However, if you can’t make it the show will be recorded and will stay on that page forever, so if you miss it on Sunday you can always either download it later or listen to it later on the page (“stream” it)  by playing it there.

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