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Join host and Medium Pamela Marie Edmunds for tonight's show as she interviews Julia Assante the Author of "The Last Frontier; Exploring the Afterlife and Transforming Our Fear of Death."
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Julia Assante is both a mystic and a scholar. Her book, The Last Frontier: Exploring the Afterlife and Transforming Our Fear of Death, recently won the Nautilus Gold Award 2013 in the category of death, dying and grief. Publisher’s Weekly hailed it as “the most important book on the enigma of death since the groundbreaking work of Elizabeth Kubler-Ross.” Julia is a highly gifted professional intuitive with over four decades of experience with the afterlife. Her accuracy scores from clinical tests on telepathy and remote viewing, conducted at Columbia University in 1987, were off the charts. She teaches workshops in the US and Europe on remote viewing, healing arts, and aura reading, afterdeath communication, remembering the future, reincarnational recall, and conscious death. Julia has been a practicing past-life therapist since 1984 and an ordained minister of The New Seminary (NY), an Interfaith Seminary founded by Rabbi Joseph Gelberman and Sri Swami Satchidananda, where she also taught. Over the decades, she has worked in tandem with shamans, healers, and gurus from many non-western traditions.
As a scholar, Julia is a specialist of the ancient Near East (PhD Columbia University), with comprehensive knowledge of spiritual, religious and magical practices beginning with the dawn of writing in Egypt and Mesopotamia. She has taught at Columbia, Bryn Mawr, and the University of Münster (Germany), published in many academic journals, and lectured worldwide. Her breakthroughs in the interpretation of magico-religious rites of the ancient Near East have provoked revisions in all scholarship of antiquity, including biblical studies.
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