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Audio Interviews—Alternate Perceptions Magazine, December 2020




Hosted by Brent Raynes





Tonya Madia, RYT, RMT, LMT, is an author, Reiki Master, medium, yoga teacher, massage therapist, and certified hypnotist (with a focus on past life regression) who believes in the importance of cultivating and trusting your intuition. She has seen firsthand how practices such as yoga, meditation, and Reiki lead to a deeper awareness and understanding of the natural intuitive abilities that we all possess, and for the past decade she has been teaching others how to develop these life-enhancing skills. Her lifelong experiences with the paranormal and encounters as a medium have led her to state with surety that consciousness can survive the death of the physical body. She is frequently invited to investigate everything from private residences and cemeteries to retail stores and community centers and feels blessed to be called on so often to help others on their life journey.

Joey Madia, when he is not investigating or writing about strange phenomena, is a screenwriter, playwright, novelist, actor, director, and Escape room designer. He specializes in bringing true stories to the stage, page, and screen. His screenplay The Man at the Foot of the Bed (a paranormal thriller based on a true story) has been a two-time Official Selection and a Beverly Hills Film Festival invitee. His novel series, The Stanton Chronicles, combines history, mystery, and the paranormal. He applies the skills of a story analyst and training in a variety of spiritual systems to his paranormal investigations.







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The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Native American Indian Mounds & Earthworks


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Friday, December 03, 2021