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April 9, 2009

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“Where Does Time Come From?" ”
My radio show today on "Turning Of The Wheel" was all about time. The segment was called "It's About Time," and literally it is about time. My guest was Michael Galileo and we spoke about the illusion of time. Time is a vital piece of what makes astrology accurate, so listen and learn...
Continued discussion in next show below...


June 11, 2011

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“It's About Time”
My radio show today on "Turning Of The Wheel" was all about time. The segment was called "It's About Time," and literally it is about time. My guest was Michael Galileo and we spoke about the illusion of time. Time is a vital piece of what makes astrology accurate, so listen and learn..


January 16, 2015


Audio: "Time and Effect"
Galileo was the well-known Italian physicist who played a major role in the forward discovery of the universe. He is considered the father of modern observational astronomy. Although this is not the real Galileo it is Michael Galileo, an explorer who has spent a life devoted to understanding time, motion, space, and distance. His remarkable discoveries are indeed valuable and hence he has adopted the psuedonym, Galileo to emphasize his work and interests. In this fascinating segment we discuss time and effect.


Tuesday, October 20, 2015


Video: "Turning of the Wheel" ~ It's About Time Pt. 1
We are all fascinated by the concept of time. It governs our days, marks our lives and measures our progress. And yet it cannot be replicated no matter how we try to capture it, it remains elusive. Understandably so, for time is nothing more than motion. As the planet Earth speeds through the cosmos at 18.75 miles per second, we literally see time fly, never to return again. In the blink of an eye we have moved further down the great stream of time. In that single second all of history is contained for time is cumulative and never stationary. Listen as host and astrologer, Chris Flisher speaks with author Michael Gallileo, about this marvel of science in this two-part episode.


Tuesday, October 20, 2015


Video: "Turning of the Wheel" ~ It's About Time Pt. 2
As discussed in the previous episode, time is an illusion of the highest order. We live our lives as the clock ticks away, and yet, we cannot make up time, nor can we stop it. Time is a measure of distance. As the earth moves through the cosmos on a continuous stream, we find that we cannot go back; only forward at a speed of 18.75 miles per second. Time is motion plain and simple. Listen as host and astrologer, Chris Flisher speaks with author Michael Gallileo about this amazing concept.




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