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Audio Interviews—Alternate Perceptions Magazine, June 2016




Hosted by Brent Raynes and Chandra Harrison





Dr. Barbara Mango is a life-long experiencer of anomalous phenomena, including, but not limited to: visitations from passed loved ones, spontaneous past-life recall (which resulted in both a physical and phobic healing), spiritually transcendent, mediumistic, and empathic experiences.  As a result of these numerous and varied otherworldly experiences,  Dr. Mango decided to follow her passion in Metaphysics. She enrolled in the American Institute of Holistic Theology, where she received her MA and Ph.D. in Metaphysical Science. She chose to write her Dissertation on the near-death experience, as she found it to offer the strongest evidence yet to prove the existence of non-local consciousness and continuation of life after death.

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Dr. Mango currently researches, writes and speaks on the near-death experience, connectivity between the brain and consciousness, and her own personal paranormal encounters. She has been published on numerous websites, blogs, and in IANDS Vital Signs quarterly journal. Barbara is a Board Member of the PLR Institute (Past Life Regression Institute), which is dedicated to scientific research of past life therapy and its positive healing effects. She serves on the research committee for the Dr. Edgar Mitchell Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial Encounters.  Barbara is an Affiliate of the Love, Care, Share Foundation, founded by Kelly Walsh. She is currently working on a collaborative book with Kelly Walsh and world-renown near-death researcher, Dr. Penny Sartori.

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