Stafford Betty

Stafford Betty

Biography:

Stafford Betty was attracted to religion from an early age. In college he majored in math, but his encounter with English literature, especially Wordsworth's poetry, took him in a completely new direction; and he won a teaching fellowship on the way to an M.A. in English. After a year in Vietnam and a crisis of faith, he entered a theology program at Fordham University. It was there that he learned Sanskrit and wrote his Ph.D. dissertation. From there he took a job at California State University in Bakersfield, where he has taught for over three decades. He has published eight books and many articles and essays on a wide variety of subjects. The afterlife is very much on his mind these days, and he speaks at national conferences on life after death. He also blogs for The Huffington Post.

He believes the purpose of life is to grow one's soul, with the eventual goal of coming home to God, whatever God may prove to be, in a relationship that is challenging, joyous, never-ending, and never stagnant. His views on this subject have been formed not by any religion's scripture or theology, but by paranormal research. His books "The Afterlife Unveiled" and "Heaven and Earth Unveiled" are products of this research, and his novel "The Imprisoned Splendor" brings it to life in a vivid fictional setting.

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Past Shows:

  • Afterlife Scenarios / UFOs & Time Travelers

    Stafford Betty described his concepts of the afterlife. Channeler and UFO experiencer Diane Tessman talked about her years of contact and received messages.More »
  • The Other Side & Soul Contracts

    Afterlife researcher Stafford Betty joined host Lisa Garr (email) to discuss Heaven and Hell, and how spirits speak through mediums to describe what it looks like on the Other Side. In the second half of the program, medium Thomas John revealed how to decode soul contracts and...More »

Last Night

Widowers & Relationships / KwiKwiyai Bigfoot
Widowers & Relationships / KwiKwiyai Bigfoot
Relationship coach Abel Keogh provided his unique insight into widower relationships. Followed by artist and Yakama Nation member Hollyanna CougarTracks, who discussed Bigfoot, and her experiences and relationship with the creature.
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