“The Covenant” returns on The Aidan Project

The Aidan Project websiteI was really delighted and honored to be invited back on The Aidan Project “Live” podcast this past Friday. That’s within just six weeks of our initial conversation. I knew Aidan was serious when he said he wanted to help raise attention on my work, but I could have never anticipated such a wonderful support.

On the one hand, this new recording was a great opportunity to discuss some of the additional arguments made in the book that we didn’t have the chance to cover in the first podcast and discuss why I think the world should pay more attention to this research. On the other hand, it was also an opportunity to briefly touch on how this work has affected my own spiritual journey.

You can watch the hour-long video recording of this live event on Facebook. You can also watch a shortened half-hour version on youtube or directly on The Aidan Project.

Coming up next

The Right to Reason website

Keep an eye out as I will be featured next on The Right to Reason podcast. The recording already took place and the show is being edited. Host Robert Stanley told me it should get released by the end of the month. This was another fun recording and I think Robert got more than he expected out of it. This is actually quite typical. As people start looking into this work, they come to realize that there is a lot more substance than they had anticipated.

 

If you would like me to appear on your favorite podcast, please send that host a note and let him know about my work!

Finally, those  interested in checking out my book can download a free copy until 6 May 2018 via Smashwords using code HZ96M.

“The Covenant” returns on The Aidan Project
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  • April 15, 2018 at 12:08 pm
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    You are bringing amazing new ideas about how religion was brought forward so it’s no wonder that you are getting this response!
    I hope you did into Enki and Enlil too! 😉 and how they may very well be our first taste of good and evil!

    Thanks for all you do Bernard….miss you!

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