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Bryan Jameison

Special Guest

Biography:

Long acclaimed as a Master Past-Life regressionist, Bryan also isinternationally recognized as a true pioneer in the field of past-lifetherapy. After creating his own non-hypnotic method of past-life regressionin 1968, he went on to facilitate more than 25,000 regressions and trainnearly 2,000 others to become past-life regressionists in the United States,Canada and Western Europe.

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Past Shows:

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time journeyed back to May 21, 2002, when Art was joined by past life regressionist, Bryan Jameison, who discussed how discovering your past lives can help you in your current one. ... More »

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time

Bryan Jameison

Long acclaimed as a Master Past-Life regressionist, Bryan also isinternationally recognized as a true pioneer in the field of past-lifetherapy. After creating his own non-hypnotic method of past-life regressionin 1968, he went on to facilitate more than 25,000 regressions and trainnearly 2,000 others to become past-life regressionists in the United States,Canada and Western Europe. ... More »

Host: Art Bell
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