Interview with Gail Neube
By Jean Tinder
Published in the January 2014 Shaumbra Magazine
For years now, Adamus gives his monthly message on the first Saturday of the month and approximately 24 hours later the text is posted online next to the audio and video recordings. This is a boon for the dedicated translation teams around the world who go right to work preparing it for many thousands more people who do not speak English. It is also helpful for those who prefer reading rather than listening to Adamus’ messages. In addition to the monthly Shouds, the Crimson Circle provides written transcripts to attendees of nearly all events with Adamus, usually less than two weeks later. All of this is made possible by the work of a very special, though usually unseen, staff member – Gail Neube!
Working from her home in New York, where her day job is working as a Word Processor in downtown Manhattan, Gail provides this small miracle each month. And, because it’s such an important part of the work we do, we wanted to get to know her a little better, so we had a phone conversation the other day. Continue reading