Interview with Don Oscar Miro-Quesada Solevo

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Dear Friend and Listener:

Today’s edition of Planet Waves FM features a rare interview with don Oscar Miro-Quesada Solevo, a Peruvian medicine man. My conversation with don Oscar covers three topics: the total solar eclipse of Aug. 21, 2017; the internet; and the nature and meaning of sex.

Don Oscar Miro-Quesada Solevo, a Peruvian medicine man, is my guest.

You may reach don Oscar on his website, Heart of the Healer. The interview occupies the last half of the program, beginning after Simon and Garfunkel’s “America,” in case you want to skip right to it.

In the first segment of the program I talk about patriotism really being about civic involvement. We think of it as waving the flag and eating cheeseburgers; yet really it’s about taking care of our communities.

In the second segment, I look at three of the charts leading into the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse: the chart for today, the Full Moon on Sunday (which is conjunct Pluto), and the July 23 Leo New Moon. This eclipse is so meaningful that it is preceded by a New Moon in the same sign.

In the third segment, a reading of the chart for the Declaration of Independence becomes a live reading of that document. This, I annotate with examples of how the commentary is relevant today.

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With love,

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