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What I Consider to be Drunvalo’s Best Interview

March 25, 2010

Ok, since I’ve come out of the closet on my admiration for Drunvalo Melchizedek, let me direct you to possibly the best interview with him that I’m aware of.

I remember taking a friend who was skeptical about 9/11 being an inside job to a lecture by William Rodriguez, the WTC janitor who became a world-famous commentator on what happened on Sept. 11, 2001. He was so rivetting and convincing a speaker that my friend, from that moment on, accepted that 9/11 was an inside job.

When I wanted that same friend to get that 2012 was a real event that held tremendous promise for humanity, I showed her this video with Drunvalo. He is so balanced, wise, and grounded that she immediately got the reality of 2012.

Among other things, Drunvalo talks about his last life as a Pueblo Indian and the list of tasks he accepted to do in this lifetime. One interesting thing he confirms is Kryon’s assertion that the kundlini center of the Earth has moved from Tibet to Chile. He also discusses the predicted pole shift and how to prepare for it, the lifting of the galactic curfew around the planet, his dealings with the Maya, etc.

Unfortunately I can’t imbed this video in this post. It is mounted on Conscious Media Network, http://www.consciousmedianetwork.com. Please take some time to look at CMN’s other interviews, many of which are superlative, in much the same way that Project Camelot’s are.

So here is what I consider to be Drunvalo’s best interview:

http://www.consciousmedianetwork.com/members/drunvalo.htm

Namaste,

Steve

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