Tune in Friday, June 16th to hear Ted Mahr, host of Out of This World from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. interview Michael Mariano Figueres Olsen, live from San Jose, Costa Rica. Michael is the son of the famous late President Figueres of Costa Rica, and the director of Intelligence and Security, the intelligence service of Costa Rica. Michael will be talking about how Costa Rica abolished its military in 1948, and other issues. The Costa Rican Military has been gone for nearly 70 years, since 1948. They have existed in peace despite civil wars and other conflicts experienced by most of its neighbors. Costa Rica’s army ceased to exist when disbanded December 1, 1948, by President Figueres Ferrer after Costa Rica won its civil war. Costa Rica has remained peaceful, despite its more bellicose neighbors. Learn more here.
For the United States, which spends over 50 percent of its gross national product on the military, Costa Rica provides a wonderful example of how a country can have a higher standard of living, with people living in harmony and peace, with a reduced crime rate, and more monies spent on education and the environment.
Ted is in Costa Rica this week, giving presentations and live radio interviews on humanity’s bright, beautiful future. Costa Rica has one of the highest standards of living in Latin America, with 25 percent of the country’s environment protected in natural parks and nature preserves. The country could provide a possible model for a future United States, when the military budget is reduced, and the monies spent on the military could be spend on education and the environment.
Ted Mahr, a man with a long interest in psychic and metaphysical phenomena. Taught to navigate the psychic world by his mother, Ted’s ability to tap into the “other side” and the programs expert guests, makes for a must-hear radio show unlike anything else on the airwaves.
During Out of This World, Ted brings his educational background to bear while interviewing his many guests. He has four degrees in five different subjects, including law, anthropology, urban planning, library science, and international economics. He has won awards for his research and writing and is a four-time international scholar to India (where he received two Fulbright grants to study law) and Australia (where he was a Visiting Research Fellow at Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia).
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