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Ron Rattner on finding 9/11 truth, Einstein, synchronicity, and spirituality

Ron Rattner

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Ron Rattner, a retired San Francisco attorney, is “a self-described ‘student of life’ matriculating on ‘the Earth branch of the Great Cosmic University.’ Although his formal education ended in 1958 (upon his graduation from the University of Chicago law school), he has since then enthusiastically pursued a course of informal continuing education, trying to learn about life from his experiences — both inner and outer.”

In this interview Ron recounts how he discovered 9/11 truth after watching my interview with Sean Hannity; tells an amazing Einstein synchronicity story; and explains how his worldview changed after a mystical experience.

3 Thoughts to “Ron Rattner on finding 9/11 truth, Einstein, synchronicity, and spirituality”

  1. Arden Kirkman

    I really enjoyed this interview. Here is my favorite Einstein quote:

    “I believe in the brotherhood of man and the uniqueness of the individual. If you ask me to prove what I believe, I cannot. There comes a point where the mind takes a higher plane of knowledge, but can never prove how it got there.”

  2. Hatch

    Salam alaykum Kevin, interesting interviews lately, like usual!
    I was wondering, as an addition to the interviews over the last few months with rabbis, priests, bishops and shia haters (!), how about an interview with a very inspirational teacher from within Sufism? There is one such person that i couldn’t recommend enough -a meeting on air of you two would really be one to remember!
    His name is Sheikh Hassan Dyck, a Sufi teacher and musician from Germany who belongs to one of the traditional orders, and there is no doubt he, like you, is hugely inspirational and I’m sure all your listeners would very much enjoy it. I can provide his email if you like, and also email him myself? My parents-in-law don’t shut up about this man,such is the inspiration he provides to them when he visits once a year, even though they’re not Muslim themselves, and not that his approach isn’t ‘traditional’, his talks show fascinating depth of traditional Islamic knowledge.
    Just as some suggestions, if you’re not sure what to talk about, perhaps topics such as the perception of Sufism people have today -Muslim and non-Muslim (interesting!), the spiritual nature of these times, the spiritual reasons behind events we see unfolding now, eschatological insights, interfaith efforts destiny of Sufism/religion in general, etc etc. (Just some ideas i just thought of). He’s also worked in war-torn Syria, and works tirelessly in his teaching role within the tariqa. It would be extremely interesting!

  3. Kevin Barrett

    Alaikum as-salaam,
    Sure, I would be happy to interview this Shaykh. Feel free to pass him my contact info. DrKevinBarrett(at)yahoo(dot)com

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