Jon Klimo has been continuously teaching in doctoral programs for the past 32 years and is currently starting his seventh year as a core faculty member in the clinical program at the San Francisco Bay Area campus of The American Schools of Professional Psychology, Argosy University. As a lifelong multi-disciplinarian, he has done extensive research, writing, teaching, and presentations in the areas of creativity, intuition, imagination, parapsychology, consciousness studies, new paradigm thought and new science, Ufology/Extraterrestriology, metaphysics and the transpersonal domain.
George Noory welcomed Prof. Jon Klimo for a discussion on suicide and the afterlife, as well as different forms of channeling, and the information that's been gleaned from it. First hour guest, advice columnist Amy Alkon (book link) talked about how to combat different forms of rudeness in society. ... More »Host: George Noory
Paranormal researcher Prof. Jon Klimo discussed his research into the nature of the afterlife, as well as channeled communications from ET sources. In the last hour, UFO activist Stephen Bassett talked about how lately there has been a flurry of interest in the scientific community about the possibility of ET life. ... More »Host: George Noory
Prof. Jon Klimo spoke about his research into channeling and contact with other realms. Channeling, which includes mediumship (communicating with deceased spirits), can be with any source that is outside oneself and is not from this level of reality. ... More »Host: George Noory
Parapsychologist and world's leading authority on the scientific investigation of channeling, Jon Klimo discussed what happens in the afterlife to those who commit suicide. ... More »Host: Art Bell