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Open Minds: Joan Grant’s Lost Works with Jane Lahr (August 2015)

Season 5, Episode 37
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Jane Lahr brings forward some of the lost works of Joan Grant so that we all may benefit from these profound teachings. Joan Grant had a knack for documenting the turbulent events of her past lives into novels that were easily accepted as works fiction. However, she chose not to publish some of her most poignant works, such as her lifetime as a Native American and the time she spent with Jesus and Mary Magdalene. This interview with Regina Meredith was originally webcast August 11, 2015.

Jane Lahr has recalled previous lifetimes with Joan Grant's help and assisted in finding publishers for her books in the USA. With a life in the publishing industry, Lahr is the co-editor of Love: A Celebration in Art & Literature, editor of The Celtic Quest, and author of Searching for Mary Magdalene: A Journey in Art & Literature. She is a partner in Lahr & Partners,llc and co- edited, with Nicola Bennett and Sophia Rosoff, Joan Grant ~ Speaking from the Heart ~ Ethics, Reincarnation and What it Means to be Human.

Regina Meredith
Jane Lahr


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katwomantxstyle73, posted on April 12, 2016

another interesting interview about Joan Grant's past lives and insights as well as Jane Lahr's own work..... I enjoy getting to hear shares like this, thank you!

joyspirited, posted on September 27, 2015

My mother loved Joan Grants books. On my parents bookshelves in the 1960s. This is when I was introduced to the writings of Joan Grant, Labsong T Rampa, Seth, Steiner and more. At six, I came to my mom crying asking about what happens when we die. This is when the afterlife and the concept of reincarnation was introduced to me and gave me great comfort. Reading these books were very soothing. Nearly 50 years later, these, along with chariots of the Gods, the thornbirds, and life after life(Raymond Moody) and other great books are still going strong. excellent content. It will be great if you can Interview Jane more about her books. great subject on women in religions, tribes and Mary Magdalene.

lynn19, posted on October 11, 2015

I, myself, devoured all of her books in the early '70s along with Labsong Rampa and Seth. I've been happily noting the references to the gentlemen in other programs here on GaiamTV; what completion to find the 'far memory' books again. Truly, life does come full circle.

darsiramirez, posted on September 5, 2015

Now to which book should I begin?

Bioedjc, posted on August 24, 2015

Jesus was not crucified, a person named Simon took his place.

wpiston, posted on August 17, 2015

I can't wait to read the Winged Pharaoh! Great interview Regina and thank you Jane for sharing all of this with us!

williamconnerty, posted on August 16, 2015

Well, another door has been opened for me. I look forward to reading Joan Grant's books. I'll hold them close to my heart as I do with Daniel Meurois-Givaudan books. In particular his classic "The way of the Essene". Peace to you all at GaiamTV

auroradesigns, posted on August 16, 2015

As I was growing up and on my journey, I heard of Joan Grant,, but Ithought her books were historical fiction and thus didn't read them. However., on a parallel path, I discovered Ellaine Pagels' Gnostic Gospels around 1980 and it opened my eyes to the politics of the church . I researched the teachings of Christ thru the translated gospels from the source -Nag Hammadi
library and his unadulterated words in the new testament such as "the kingdom of is within" , 'those without sin throw the first stone", etc. Yes, Joan's books are full of wisdom and are just as relevant as when they were published over 80 years ago.

rsdesign2, posted on August 15, 2015

First of all I want to let you know that I really enjoyed the interview with Jane Lahr on the Lost Works of Joan Grant. I can’t wait to read Far Memory and the rest of Joan Grant’s books.
I would also recommend to both Regina and Jane that they read Magdalene’s Black Rose. The Love Story of Jesus and His Beloved. Jesus did have reddish strawberry blonde hair and blue eyes. Mother Mary also had blue eyes and was small and petite. Mary Magdalene was born near the Caspian Sea on the dark of the moon in Scorpio. She and Mother Mary both were priestesses of Isis and Mary Magdalene was specially taught by the High Priestess Claredeenah and Goddess Isis herself. Magdalene also had 12 Holy Women or Disciples that did a lot of the important work because their hearts were open.

abby6, posted on August 13, 2015

#synchronicity, my father is from Czestochowa. He died in 1995.

"The Jasna Góra Monastery (Polish: Jasna Góra, Luminous Mount, Hungarian: Fényes Hegy, Latin: Clarus Mons) in Częstochowa, Poland, is the most famous Polish shrine to the Virgin Mary and the country's greatest place of pilgrimage – for many its spiritual capital. The image of the Black Madonna of Częstochowa, also known as Our Lady of Częstochowa, to which miraculous powers are attributed, is Jasna Góra's most precious treasure." [wiki]

Note: according to google translate צלה is "The Shadow" that is one of the meanings, and it is female because of the ה. You noted an alternative meaning that Adam's wife was formed from צלה not from a rib. She is his anima.

marama, posted on August 13, 2015

Regina did well to keep this interview on track....thank you

lauraphoto07, posted on August 12, 2015

I think it would be great if had a section for kids! Plus, please check out Soka University and Soka Education. This is based on humanism and educating the child to develop and tap into their own potential (very simply stated). Thank you!

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phoenixhansen, posted on August 11, 2015

Another excellent interview from both Regina and Jane Lahr. I got serious goose bumps when Jane said the first thing the new Pharaoh said to the people was to "Seek happiness as lesser men seek power". Whoa, so very true. Thanks both Jane and Regina, we need to hear those words today more than ever before!

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