S.C.R.E.A.M. for P.e.a.c.e. Turns 100 with Acharya S.

S.C.R.E.A.M. for P.e.a.c.e.
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December 23, 2013

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Tune in to a very special broadcast as we record our 100th program with Radio Valencia. On this special day we will be interviewing academic pioneer and distinguished scholar Acharya S. (DM Murdock), author of “The Christ Conspiracy: The Greatest Story Ever Sold”, “Suns of God: Krishna, Buddha and Christ Unveiled”, and numerous other books and articles. She is considered worldwide to be one of the leading scholars in the field of Comparative Religion and her work provides irrefutable evidence that Jesus was not an historical figure, but rather a  construct of the ruling elite based upon previous mythical characters and the movements of the Sun and stars. Her work was the source material for the opening Astrotheological sequence of “Zeitgeist the Movie”, and has influenced the thinking and beliefs of millions of people throughout the world.
Today’s Topics 

Swell! With Us
Charlie Chaplin Screams for Peace

Acharya S. Interview
Truth be Known
2014 Astrotheology Calendar

Quick News Update
NDAA and Duck Dude
ISON Update
TPP
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2 responses to “S.C.R.E.A.M. for P.e.a.c.e. Turns 100 with Acharya S.

  1. Great show! I appreciate hearing Acharya S. describe her work and her experience with religious reaction thereto. The mythical aspects of the Jesus story do not actually support the notion that Jesus never existed in reality. All that they support is the idea that people made up stuff about him that is not true. There is a significant amount of evidence that the guy was real. Imagine what the story of George Washington would be like if fundamentalists burned all of the guy’s writings and any references to him that disagreed with fundamentalist doctrine. He would come across as some sort of magiical figure rather than a guy with wooden dentures who had difficulty controlling the temper of Alexander Hamilton.

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