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        Friday, Apr. 5th                                                        


Rick Levine

Wizard, Astrologer, Writer, Teacher, Cosmic Cowboy,

Rick Levine has been a professional astrologer since 1976 and a respected leader in the global astrology community. For more than 20 years, Rick’s daily horoscopes reached millions of readers online. His unique approach combines astrology and spirituality, science and religion, and the head and the heart.

         Friday, Apr. 12                                                         

Clete Keith


Author of Ghosts of Greystone Estate in Beverly Hills.

Clete Keith has over 20 years of experience, and 2 years of collecting stories. Clete is also the writer of The Different Shades of Hugh that was produced at The Road Theater in Los Angeles. The play received excellent reviews over the nine-week run. 

Chris Keith is the Producer of The Different Shades of Hugh, with his producing partner, Craig Berenson. Chris has worked for Walt Disney, Universal, Columbia, Discovery Channel, MGM, Sony, 20th Century Fox and Warner Bros., in a multitude of positions including producing, editing, post-production, animation and visual effects. Chris produced the film 3 Days Blind, written by Clete Keith, winning the TORONTO World of Comedy Film Festival.


Chris Keith

          Friday, Apr. 19th                                                     


Lama Lhanang Rinpoche

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The authors of "The Tibetan Book of the Dead for Beginners: A Guide to Living and Dying"

"Lama Lhanang Rinpoche, born and raised in Tibet and now teaching in the United States and internationally, partners with student and meditation teacher Mordy Levine to share teachings inspired by The Tibetan Book of the Dead. They make clear that “how we live is how we will die.” The book explores karma, impermanence, the bardos (or the “in-between”), and what happens next, sharing accessible practices to cultivate wisdom and compassion along the way. With empathy and warmth, Lama Lhanang and Levine offer support for readers grappling with their own mortality and those caring for loved ones transitioning from this lifetime.

The Tibetan Book of the Dead for Beginners helps readers cultivate courage and embrace the unknown―not just in the final days, but every day."

Mordy Levine

          Friday, Apr. 26th                                                     


Andrew Jones is a seasoned researcher with a long-standing involvement in Noah’s Ark studies, a journey that began in his teenage years during the early 1990s. His passion for the subject led him to his first visit to the Durupinar Noah’s Ark site in 1997 while he was still a college student. The expedition proved to be transformative, sparking a deep affection for both the region and its people. 

Andrew Jones


        Friday, May. 3rd                                                       


Jullian Lauren

New York Times best-selling author Jillian Lauren's personal, haunting account of confronting serial killer Samuel Little, and her determination to lift up the voices of his victims for the first time.

Jillian Lauren had no idea what she was getting into when she asked LAPD homicide detective Mitzi Roberts about the case she was most proud of. It was when she put Samuel Little, the now deceased serial killer, behind bars for killing three women in Los Angeles. In fact, Little had murdered approximately ninety women over six decades, but many were cold cases and Mitzi didn't have enough evidence (or jurisdiction) to prove it.

        Friday, May. 10th                                                     


Camille Sauvé

Author of Sorcerers of Stone: Architects of the Three Ages

Camille M. Sauvé is a graphic designer and an independent journalist and researcher who has lived in Pisac, Cusco, Peru for more than five years. Sorcerers of Stone: Architects of the Three Ages—Introduces those magicians of stone that perplexed the Spanish who came to Peru in the 15th and 16th centuries, (and visitors today) with their otherworldly abilities to create gigantic, complex, and fantastic forms in the living rock. Sorcerers of Stone also explores the three distinctive types of ancient construction that we see not only in Peru, but also in many other places around the world.

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