Peter Canova on Life Unscripted Radio

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April 12, 2012 from 9pm to 10pm

Peter Canova is a multi-award winning author, speaker, and inspirational visionary. His book, Pope Annalisa, won seven national book awards in less than a year of its publication. The theme underlying Peter’s body of work is that all people have the ability to transcend their ordinary consciousness and experience information from a higher source within themselves.

Thirty-five years of research to understand his own startling psychic experiences led Peter to realize that modern science is only rediscovering the astonishing teachings of ancient spiritual traditions concerning the creation and the true nature of the reality we perceive as physical beings. He supports his statements with powerful cross-referencing of ancient spiritual texts and the sciences of quantum physics and psychology to create what he calls and x and y axis of truth.

Peter has captivated many different interest groups on a variety of topics including artistic creativity, the holographic nature of our universe, the lost teachings of Judeo- Christianity, Mary Magdalene and the early women of the Church, the Sacred Feminine, spiritual vs. Darwinian evolution, the Third Way between science and religion, the intelligent nature of light, and the wisdom in creation myths.

Peter has been the subject of numerous radio and TV interviews and has spoken at a variety of high profile events including the Global Alliance for Transformational Entertainment where he was the kick- off presenter for a roster of speakers including Eckhart Tolle, Jim Carrey, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Jean Houston, Edward James Olmos, and Fred Alan Wolf. He has been a featured speaker at the Conscious

Living Expo, the New Living Expo, and the Unity Church National  Convention, and the National Convention for Religious Science.

Peter’s novel, Pope Annalisa, is the first book in a trilogy called The First Souls. Pope Annalisa is a spiritual thriller about an African nun who becomes the first female pope.

It has won numerous awards including the Nautilus Gold Award for visionary fiction formerly bestowed on such authors as Eckhart Tolle, Deepak Chopra, and the Dalai Lama.

Choosing to write a novel rather than a scholarly or non-fiction work was a conscious choice to better connect with his readers and communicate profound information. Peter has said, “No work can be personally transformative unless it engages both the heart and the mind of the viewer. To be touched intellectually is to be affected; to be touched emotionally is to be moved. To be touched by both is to be raised to a new perception of being. Helping people achieve that is my goal in life.”

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