John DeSalvo is Director of the Great Pyramid of Giza Research Association. His most recent books are "The Lost Art of Enochian Magic" and "Decoding the Enochian Secrets." A former college professor and Dean of Student Affairs, his B.S. degree is in Physics and his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees are in Biophysics.
For over 30 years, Dr. DeSalvo was one of the scientists involved in studying the Shroud of Turin. He has lectured nationwide on the Shroud and in 1980 the International Platform Association designated him as one of the top 30 speakers in the nation.
Biophysicist with an interest in the ancient worlds, Dr. John DeSalvo, discussed his research into the power of crystals as well as their mystical counterpart, crystal skulls, and talked about the unusual properties associated with them. In the first hour, author and...More »
Biophysicist John DeSalvo discussed the latest scientific discoveries and testing on the Shroud of Turin, and theories on what produced the image First hour guest, Prof. Gary Schwartz talked about the implications of cellular memory on organ and tissue donations.More »
Biophysicist with an interest in the ancient worlds, Dr. John DeSalvo discussed his latest work on the lost art of Enochian Magic (book link), as well as research on the Crystal Skulls, and psychic abilities. First hour guest, science writer Hannah Holmes talked about...More »
Researcher and filmmaker Ken Klein discussed hidden Luciferian codes which he's deciphered primarily from the Book of Revelation. First hour guest, researcher John DeSalvo talked about paranormal aspects of Abraham Lincoln, on the 200th anniversary of his birthday.More »
Biophysicist with an interest in the ancient worlds, Dr. John DeSalvo discussed his research into the Seeress of Prevorst, a 19th century German mystic and clairvoyant who wrote and spoke in what she called "the language of the spirits." This could have been the original...More »
John DeSalvo, the Director of the Great Pyramid of Giza Research Association, shared findings that came from experiments done with pyramids constructed in Russia and the Ukraine. Tests done with some of the 17 fiberglass structures, which were constructed at a steeper angle than...More »