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Alternate Perceptions Magazine, October 2020








Alternate Perceptions co-hosts



Barbara Mango, Ph.D.

Barbara received her MA and Ph.D. in Metaphysics. Prior to receiving her post graduate degrees, she worked as a pre-K educator and Reiki practitioner. She is the sole proprietor of A Healing Touch Reiki. Barbara currently researches, writes, and speaks about extraordinary phenomena and consciousness. Barbara is a Board Member of the PLR Institute (Past Life Research Institute). She also served on the research committee for the Dr. Edgar Mitchell Foundation. Barbara co-hosts Alternate Perception Radio with Brent Raynes (www.apmagazine.info). Convergence is her debut book. Additionally, she is a contributing author to the book, The Transformative Power of Near-Death Experiences, by Dr. Penny Sartori (Watkins, 2017). When not writing, Barbara can be found with her nose in a book, puttering in her garden, or playing with her three neurotic cats. She lives in the Northeast with her husband. She may be contacted at her website, www.extraordinaryexperiences.org or on twitter, @drbarbaramango.




Lynn Miller, MS

Lynn holds dual BA degrees in psychology and biology, and a MS in biology. For several years, she worked in the food industry as a microbiologist. Lynn served as an Adjunct Professor at Pensacola State College, where she taught botany, microbiology, and biology. She has taught high school biology and art, K-12 for thirteen years. Lynn is a collaborating author in the upcoming book “A Greater Reality.” Influenced by the work of William Buhlman, Lynn has practiced controlled out-of-body experiences since 2009. For over fifteen years, she has extensively researched consciousness.

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Path of Souls


New Book


The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Native American Indian Mounds & Earthworks


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Path of Souls


Books


Visitors from Hidden Realms

Ancient South America

Denisovan Origins

Freedom To Change: Why You Are The Way You Are and What You Can Do About It

Native American Mounds in Alabama: An Illustrated Guide to Public Sites


Sunday, October 25, 2020