Transcending The World Religions with Peter Canova

PeterCanovaJeffrey’s fascinating conversation with brilliant author Peter Canova,  First Literary Prize winner at the Santa Barbara’s Writer’s Conference in California, and first place winner in  Francis Ford Coppola’s online Zoetrope Magazine for his first publicly circulated short story, The Blood of our Departed.

Peter continued his track record of writing excellence with the publication of Pope Annalisa, which immediately won the Nautilus and Independent Publishers Awards in quick succession followed by the National Best Book Award.

With twenty-five years of voluminous research behind him in both mainstream and alternative religious/spiritual studies, with a particular interest in early Christianity, Peter is a leading expert on Gnostic and other ancient spiritual traditions

In Pope Annalisa, Peter explores an ancient spiritual tradition which cut across not only Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, but also the so-called pagan mystery schools of ancient days.

Peter travels the country as a speaker on such topics as parallels between Gnostic mysticism and quantum physics, the Sacred Feminine, Mary Magdalene and the lost women of the Bible, and the secret teachings of Jesus.

Omni Art Salon theme music Song of a HU is provided by musician and composer David Young





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