Interview Questions with Hindu Priest Greg Anderson

  1. Usually when people picture animal imagery in a religion, one of the first things that comes to mind, is cattle in Hinduism, Could you elaborate in this religion?
  2. Why are cows sacred in the Hindu religion?
  3. Do you by chance have any knowledge regarding the history of this particular custom?
  4. When reflecting on cows, do you think there is any insight people can gain on themselves?
  5. Obviously in America, people love beef. Being that you practice  Hinduism, I was curious as to what your thoughts are regarding this?
  6. If you could single out one key principle of Hinduism that separates itself from other religions, what would it be?
  7. Recently I’ve heard that one of the main principles of Hinduism is the idea that the past, present and future, all exist parallel with each other.  Could you elaborate on this?
  8. It seems as though cows are fairly egoless creatures, do you think that this principle is one of the reasons why cattle are considered sacred in the Hindu religion?
  9. What would you say Hinduism’s view are on spirits?
  10. We are all human and it is very common for us to get caught up in our daily lives and routines to the point where we don’t really think about the world around us. Do you think that practicing Hinduism relieves our jaded perception of the world, and if so, how?
  11. I think its fair to say that the Bay Area in general is  much different that the rest of the country. Especially regarding atmosphere and principles. Is it your opinion that the positive aspects Bay Area’s atmosphere reflect the principles of Hinduism in any way?

Interview with Psychic Suzanne Freed

Here are our questions we asked Suzanne Freed

  1. In your own words, what does it mean to be a psychic?
  2. What is a psychic phenomenon?
  3. What is a medium?
  4. When did you realize you had this gift?
  5. How long have you been a psychic?What do your duties consist of, being a psychic?
  6. Do you have a particular method when working with clients?
  7. Do you have a connection to the other side?
  8. How would you define “the other side’?
  9. Have you ever received information from the other side, regarding events, tragic or not, that occurred a very long time ago?
  10. What do you see or feel when getting in touch with the other side?
  11. What do you see or feel when getting in touch with the other side?
  12. Have you ever experienced anything disturbing from the other side (demonic entities) What was that like?
  13. Regarding your abilities, is there some form of spiritual guide, or do you have your own abilities which are independent of a spiritual guide?
  14. Can you explain the difference between earth-bound spirits and spirits who have crossed over?
  15. Do you think non-humans can be earth-bound?
  16. Why are some spirits earth-bound?
  17. Are you able to turn off your connection with the world so you can have time to yourself?
  18. Are you experienced in animal readings?
  19. Do you think the principles of “the other side” apply to animals as well?
  20. Have you ever known information regarding a criminal case or act of violence that no one else knew of?
  21. Can the energy of people or animals be drawn to a certain place even after death?
  22. Have you ever been to a location that you had no prior knowledge of, and felt a wave of “dark energy” so to speak? (Especially in the Bay Area)?

The Basic Story Of The Phantom Cow

I’ve always been fascinated with urban legends, but one of the main principles of “The Phantom Cow of Yerba Buena,” that makes stand out from other tales, is the subject matter and its story. It seems more mellow and somber compared to other urban legends such as “The Hook,” or “The Babysitter and the Man Upstairs.” The story of the Phantom Cow began before California was a state. It involves a mother cow and her calf who lived peacefully on the island of Yerba Buena until one day pirates showed up on the shores and devoured the mother’s calf. Ever since then, the Phantom Cow of Yerba Buena haunts the island at night, searching for her lost calf.