Fate Radio: Fate & Beyond ~ The Era of Global Awakening!
FATE Radio is committed to investigation and dialog about the evolution of Human Consciousness and the exploration of the Human Experience!
Artist, writer and spiritual intuitive
has spent the last forty years in a variety of creative and spiritual pursuits that have ultimately caused him to place his identity away from the corporeal personality and more toward recognizing “self” entirely as spirit. Educated in both the values of the prevailing society as well as having been raised by grandparents who contributed Native American spiritual and ethical insight to his growth, he now has devoted his life to mystical spirituality and unraveling the grand questions of life: Who are we? Where did we come from? Where are we going? His new radio program, FATE Radio, is a vehicle where Onefeather is able to dialogue with people and interview individuals who are committed to “doing the work”, to participating in the current wave of expanding consciousness. Over the coming months he'll be interviewing people who are implementing a variety of skills, healing modalities and spiritual practices that are a part of this quickening... a quickening that appears to be gaining momentum in the global awakening unfolding in the minds of mankind. The “Spirit” of humanity has struggled for eons with issues of survival, identity and visions of the future... the future is now upon us. Let's examine it, let's talk about how we feel, who we see ourselves becoming and how we can lift each other up with Compassion and Grace. Join Chris and his guests as they explore a wide variety of subjects during the coming months.
Tonight on FATE Radio
Sunday night May 19th, 2013
on Fate Radio...
Join host Onefeather for a dialog with Kathleen Marden and Denise Stoner about their new book The Alien Abduction Files. Why would two women separated by thousands of miles share a common thread involving alien abduction? Both cases are supported by multiple witnesses and have substantial evidence. Both women experienced missing time while driving with a companion, and were later taken from their homes. Both have been unwilling participants in ongoing experimental procedures that appear to follow family genetic lines. Both witnesses have given detailed descriptions of the crafts' interiors and technology, medical procedures, messages from the visitors, and the types of ETs they have encountered, including their society's hierarchical structure. Even more startling, both have independently described finding themselves on identical huge craft, within the same time-frame.
The Alien Abduction Files tonight on FATE Radio!
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Established in 1948 by Clark Publishing Company, Fate Magazine first appeared on world newsstands in spring of that year. Co-founded by Ray Palmer, editor of Amazing Stories magazine, and Curtis Fuller, an accomplished editor in his own right, the magazine's inaugural edition featured an article by Kenneth Arnold, who recounted his amazing UFO encounter in 1947. Arnold’s sighting marked the beginning of the modern UFO era, and his story propelled the fledgling Fate to national recognition.
Over the coming years FATE Magazine featured stories about the paranormal, psychic phenomena, speculation on dimensional travel, Big Foot, ghosts and haunted places around the world and a plethora of other subject matter that was previously the stuff of campfire storytelling and urban myth. FATE took the attitude, “Let’s see if we can prove if this is real”.
Curtis Fuller and his wife Mary took full control of Fate in 1955 when Palmer sold his interest in the venture. The Fullers expanded the magazine's focus, and increased readership to well over 100,000 subscribers.
In 1988, Fate was sold to Llewellyn Publications and the magazine became a part of a worldwide publishing house. In his final, farewell column, Curtis Fuller wrote, "Our purpose throughout this long time has been to explore and to report honestly the strangest facts of this strange world and the ones that don't fit into the general beliefs of the way things are."
Fate underwent a facelift in 1994, when Llewellyn decided to change it from digest pulp magazine to a full-size, full-color magazine. In 1998, the magazine celebrated 50 years of reporting the “unbelievable”. When asked to comment on how a magazine like Fate survived through five decades, Carl Llewellyn Weschcke said, "No product, especially a magazine, can stay around for fifty years unless it meets a need. Fate recognizes that the impossible can be possible; we explore the unknown so that it can be known."
In September 2001, Galde Press, Inc., owned by editor-in-chief Phyllis Galde, purchased Fate. Galde has continued Fate's reporting of the bizarre and unusual with active reader involvement in shaping the content of the magazine. Now, as Fate continues to bring readers the latest stories of the strange, the physical and metaphysical, the awakening to an expanded vision of life in all its various dimensions, FATE Magazine has become home to FATE Radio, the next step in contemplating the “Mystery and Wonders of our Universe”.
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