Michael Grosso is a teacher, author, and painter, whose interests span psychical research, metaphysical art, the parapsychology of religion, and, primarily, philosophy. He received his Ph.D. in philosophy, and studied classical Greek, at Columbia University, and has taught at City University of New York, Marymount Manhattan College, and City University of New Jersey. He has published books on topics ranging from life after death to the mythologies of endtime.
He presently lives in Charlottesville, Virginia, where he is affiliated with the Division of Personality Studies of UVA. On the Board of Directors of the American Philosophical Practitioner's Association and reviews editor of its Journal, Michael conducts Wisdom Seminars, discussion groups that apply philosophy to problems of everyday life.
- Experiencing the Next World Now
- The Man Who Could Fly: St. Joseph of Copertino and the Mystery of Levitation
In the first half, author, and public speaker, Erin Elizabeth, who's had a passion for the healing arts for nearly 25 years, shared an update on a spate of dead holistic doctors. In the latter half, Professor of humanities and philosophy, Michael Grosso, discussed his study of St. Joseph of Copertino, who was known as a great mystic with an array of supernormal powers. ... More »Host: George Noory
Philosopher and author Michael Grosso discussed the evidence for life after death, which he has collected from various reports and accounts. The survival of consciousness beyond the bodily existence may be connected to an array of other paranormal phenomena, he suggested. For instance, he noted that descriptions of alien encounters overlap with reports of ghosts and afterlife (walking through... More »Host: George Noory