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Barbara Marx Hubbard: Conscious Evolution

Tami Simon interviews leading futurist Barbara Marx Hubbard who explains that we are currently in a time where the “thinking field of humanity”—what Teilard de Chardin called the noosphere—is in the process of opening its eyes. Or in other words that the process of evolution is becoming conscious of itself… (43 minutes)

Carl Johan Calleman: Shifting Through the Underworlds

Tami Simon interviews scientist Carl Johan Calleman, PhD about his unique take on the significance of the Mayan Calendar. He shares with us some of the keystones of his view, including the 9 galactic underworlds and the all-important tree of life. (37 minutes)

Daniel Pinchbeck: The Many Angles of 2012

Tami Simon interviews journalist Daniel Pinchbeck, the author of 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl, in an exploration of the various views on the meaning of 2012 and examine their validity. By doing so we dive into the broad array of different perspectives, held across the world, on the importance of this quickly approaching date. (49 minutes)

Corinne McLaughlin: The Politics of Dynamic Change

Tami Simon interviews long-time social change agent and the co-author of Spiritual Politics, Corinne McLaughlin. Corinne explains the coming changes of 2012 in terms of their economic, political, and spiritual significance. She describes the unfolding of a higher evolutionary plan, and the growth in socially responsible businesses and non-adversarial, transpartisan politics. (49 minutes)

Dr. Ervin Laszlo: Tipping Points

Tami Simon interviews world-renowned systems theorist, Dr. Ervin Laszlo. He uses the principles of systems theory as a dynamic framework for understanding the coming changes we face as we approach the year 2012. Find out why dramatic shifts, called tipping points, in Earth’s living system are becoming more and more likely each day. (43 minutes)

Jean Houston: Jump Time

Tami Simon and Jean Houston discuss the nature of time and change in relation to 2012, a date that Houston finds humorous, yet important. She sees this time as a critical juncture point for humanity, which she calls “jump time,” and explains that throughout human history we have dealt with many such times, but that this one may have the greatest importance of all. (32 minutes)

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