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Psychic Spectrum Radio 06 – 25 – 19 Michael Tsarion

The Psychic Spectrum Radio show will once again be talking with their longtime friend, Michael Tsarion. Michael is an author, researcher, Public Speaker, and someone who has one of the deepest understandings of the Metaphysical and it’s practices and background.

Michael will really pique your interests and will blow you away with some of the things he has uncovered and learned about the world around us.

Raised in Belfast, Northern Ireland, during the height of the “Troubles,” Michael began his revisionist studies by analyzing subliminal images in pop videos, billboards and magazine ad copy. He also began studying criminology and satanic cults after a spate of bizarre ritualistic murders occurred in Belfast in the mid-1970s.

Through his association with the Paul Solomon Foundation and his own world-renowned grandfather, Tara Singh, Michael witnessed at close hand key figures and orgs in the “New Age Movement,” and was able to see not only the movement’s occult underpinnings but its ability to create specific forms of delusion and magical child syndrome in those who blindly follow most Eastern and New Age precepts and personalities.

In 2007 Michael wrote his third book, Astro-Theology and Sidereal Mythology, and subsequently toured Britain, Europe and Australia, giving one-of-a-kind presentations.


Did you know you have psychic ability? That’s the belief of Sha’ron and Skip, hosts of The Psychic Spectrum Radio Show, and they want to help you release your inner power. Each week, Sha’ron and Skip further their life’s mission of teaching the entire spectrum in the metaphysical world, in order to awaken or facilitate one’s journey on their spiritual path.

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