Live from Copan, Honduras: Bill Traster on the Mayan culture and calendar celebrations on December 21, 2012

Cycles Radio

“The Cycles of Change” Radio Show

with your host K. David Katzmire
Thursdays: 8pm Eastern, 5pm Pacific
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Discussions on where we were, where we are and
where we are going in changing world of universal rhythms.


~ This Week’s Guest: Bill Traster – December 20, 2012 at 8pm Eastern ~


Bill Traster in Copan, Honduras 2012 Bill Traster is interviewed live from Copan, Honduras by your host, K. David Katzmire who is also in Copan for upcoming events. Topics of discussion incluc Mayan history and local celebrations of the end of the Mayan Calendar. We will apprise you of Meso-American activies here in Copan in the eve the December 21, 2012!Tune in – call in – for a unique point of view and sharing.


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What is Cycles Radio?” Cycles Radio explores the Cycles of Change based on the study of your host, K. David Katzmire, who has developed the theory for more than three decades to understand the Cycles of Time. Universal patterns can be found in a person, a nation and in the eras of civilization on different scales of size and time. Therein lie undulating energies of physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual cycles that are replete through our lives in wonderful fractal patterns that we can discern once we unlock the simple code.


This fascinating discovery has led to notable accuracy in identifying the manifestations of energy that effect all aspects of our lives from; the leaders we choose, our business trends, scientific developments, arts & literature, music & entertainment, sports, fashion trends and much more, all moving to the same universal patterns. This weekly show is dedicated to exploring this inquiry further. Join us and see how these cycles may effect you in the days and years ahead and where you are in the tides of time.


Thank you,  K. David Katzmire