It can be found at HackingTheAfterlife.com (audio only) or MartiniZone.com (video).
In this interview, Jennifer and I invite some unusual people to converse with us (based on the concept that we've done this before). In this case, I invited a Tibetan monk (Tsong Khapa) to answer some dialectical questions, and then take the unusual step of asking his mentor, the "deity" known as Manjushri to help him answer these questions. That's in the first part - the first 20 minutes. then in the second part, we interview someone who has shown up in our interviews before - especially in the book "Hacking the Afterlife" (known as Essie, Issa, or "the alpha and the omega."
It's not something for everyone, and won't make sense to but a few esoteric folks out there. But in my case, it was on my mind, and I wanted some clarification of something I'd discovered in the book "Tsong Khapa; Budda in the Land of Snows" by Thupten Jinpa. In the book - it turns out that Tsong Khapa was doing something similiar - using the medium Umapa to access the "Buddha" Manjushri to ask questions about emptiness. It's short and quick - about twenty minutes, but then after that, I ask the alpha and omega some questions. For fans of "Hacking the Afterlife" (book) they know he's shown up before - it's a way of showing that he's "never far from someone's heart" - not in the religious sense per se, but in the actual "I need some help here" "praying for help" sense.
Apologies to everyone who may be offended - scientists, religious folks... have I left anyone out? But this is an ongoing exercise in demonstrating that those who have left the planet are not gone - they just aren't here. Worth contemplating in the current situation where many of our friends will have left the planet by the time this coronavirus finds a vaccine or cure. Our loved ones are not gone - just not here. They are available through meditation, through deep hypnosis, through a medium - or even just "asking questions" (As I do in "Architecture of the Afterlife") The book shown at the beginning is the new book of these conversations Jennifer and I have had - it's called "Backstage Pass to the Flipside 3: Talking to the Afterlife with Jennifer Shaffer" and includes conversations with a variety of different people - famous and not famous, religious and not religious. Just like these.
Enjoy. Stay safe and "wash those mitts!"