Our Very Special Guest This Week: Tasha Lee
Lost Arts Radio Show on Sunday 4/17/16
Listen online: www.blogtalkradio.com/lostartsradio
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9pm EST / 6pm PST
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Host Richard Sacks will let the Lost Arts Radio listeners know up to date information on the condition of Lost Arts Radio Engineer / Producer Doug Diamond, who was in a serious auto accident on Monday, April 11, 2016. Tasha Lee (www.tashalee.org, www.whollyheal.com) will be coming in to discuss her ongoing work and experiences with raw food for healing, and dealing with Epilepsy and Type 1 Diabetes from a natural perspective. Tasha will also talk about what her experience with Morgellons Disease and chemtrail fallout has taught her, that others who suffer from the now worldwide aerial spray attacks on humanity that we are not supposed to know exist, may be able to use. Join us for an interesting discussion of some issues that affect all of us. Our motive here is just to explore ways we might find our way back to a somewhat normal and healthy life in an unstable and beseiged world. We hope you’ll have the chance to join us.
Join me, your host Richard Sacks, every week for fascinating discussions, amazing guests and useful information that you will not want to miss. If you want to support the work of Lost Arts Research Institute, please donate to our efforts at www.lostartsresearchinstitute.org, and tell others about the show. On the radio show website (www.lostartsradio.com) you will find links to the radio show archives, our articles, educational resources, announcements, and other features you will enjoy and learn from. Also on that site, be sure to sign up for our free newsletter. Our other site, (www.lostartsresearchinstitute.org), will deal with the work and larger project of the research Institute, which we hope you will support with donations that are now 100% tax deductible. That is the information we will get to talk about with you on the new Saturday morning radio show (11am EST / 8am PST on www.blogtalkradio.com/lostartsradio).
Thanks for being part of our family and we look forward to being with you on our next show. Feel free to communicate your comments and suggestions to me any time – I will read them all and respond as time permits.
Richard Sacks, Host