January 23, 2015 · 3:02 pm
WSRadio Interview of Frederick Glaysher, January 11, 2015
Includes a reading of Black Elk on the Moon, discussion of consciousness, world religions, and the universe becoming aware of itself.
“He is the epic poet and visionary, and the author of two extraordinary books, The Myth of the Enlightenment and The Parliament of Poets. I recommend both.”
—Mike Schwager, The Enrichment Hour, POETRY, PEACE, ENLIGHTENMENT… WSRadio 23 minutes.
March 13, 2013 · 6:50 am
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“I loved this book as a help in focusing on our human family. The image of our green-blue planet from the moon is a symbol of humanity without borders. Perhaps this is the greatest image ever seen. “The indifferent wealthy, whose souls had grown cold, hardened against human cries of hunger and pain”. “Our duty is to give hope to the hopeless, love to the loveless, sustenance to the poor”. “The man that is kind and righteous, treating all as his own, attains immortal being.” The poets that are identified in this fascinating book see a universal brotherhood, as to why they are full of love for our planet. The eternal and universal creative process is in every man, women and child.”