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Julia Assante

Special Guest

Biography:

Julia Assante is both a mystic and a scholar. She is a professional intuitive with four decades of experience with the afterlife, a past-life therapist, and an Interfaith minister. Her accuracy scores from clinical tests on telepathy and remote viewing (Columbia University) were off the charts. She teaches workshops in the US and Europe.

Academically, Julia is a specialist of the ancient Near East (PhD Columbia). She has taught at Columbia, Bryn Mawr, and the University of M√ľnster, published in many academic journals, and lectured worldwide. Her breakthrough interpretations of magico-religious rites have provoked revisions in all scholarship of antiquity.

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Physics News/ Afterlife Communications

In the first half, theoretical physicist and popularizer of science, Dr. Michio Kaku, discussed the latest science stories in the news, including monster solar flares, and the search for dark matter. In the latter half, scholar of Ancient Near-Eastern Studies, Julia Assante, who gave up the rigors of academia to pursue her passion for after-life science, talked about her exploration of the... More »

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