Marilynn Hughes

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Marilynn Hughes
NationalityAmerican
OccupationAuthor, Mystic, Spiritual Teacher
Known forAuthor, out-of-body travel
Websitewww.outofbodytravel.org

Marilynn Erika Hughes is a spiritual author, teacher, speaker and one of the world's known individuals on out-of-body experiences. She appeared on various radio and television programs to discuss her experiences about out-of-body travel.[1]

Marilynn served for two years as one of the original board members of The Dr. Edgar Mitchell Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial Experiences.[2]

Marilynn founded The Out-of-Body Travel Foundation in 2003 with a mission to "Reduce Spiritual and Physical Hunger Worldwide". Marilynn was invited to speak at various events and conferences about her work and experiences including "The International Institute of Integral Human Sciences Conference 2012 (United Nations NGO)", "The International YOG Festival 2013 (by C.M. Bhandari, former ambassador to India)", and "The London Conference for Consciousness and Human Evolution 2014.[3] She is also one of the fifth epochal ambassador’s for the "Urantia Revelation".[4]

Marilynn Hughes was a research Subject in "Extra-Planetary Experiences" a book by Thomas James Streicher.[5]

Marilynn was also a research object and included in many books and topics such as "Encyclopedia of the Unseen World"[6], "Why Science Is Wrong" by Alex Tsakiris,[7] "Out-of-Body Exloring" by Preston Dennett, "Christian Theologian Claims Near Death Experience Not Communication With Divine"[8]. "Third Eye Witness" book series by Kathi Ann Bjorkman is based on Marilynn Hughes experiences.

Biography[edit]

Marilynn Erika Hughes was born in Glendora, California. She grew up in Dayton, Ohio. Her mother, Erika Marianna Grundig Spicer Allen was a bookkeeper who emigrated from Germany and her father, John Austin Spicer, was a mathematician who worked for Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. He served as a Radio Operator in the Korean War. According to her autobiography "Evergreen: The Autobiography of a Mystic", she was married at a young age to Andrew Michael Hughes and had three children, two daughters and a son. She had a career in radio broadcasting until her first two books were published by Hampton Roads Publishing in 1991 and 1992.

She started her career in broadcasting as a news anchor, reporter, and producer.[9]

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Marilynn has written saveral books, journals, magazines and CD's on Out-of-Body Travel and Comparative Religious Mysticism. She also authored the first and to date only English Language Encyclopedia of Ancient Sacred Texts, “The Voice of the Prophets: Wisdom of the Ages in Twelve Volumes”.[10]

  • Out-of-Body Travel: The Mystic Knowledge Series, published:3 January 2008, ISBN 1105276589, 9781105276583
  • The Mystical Captive, published:15 March 2017, ISBN 9781105273728
  • The Solitary Series: A Trilogy in One Volume published:21 September 2015, ISBN 9781517407780
  • The Mysteries of the Redemption: A Treatise on Out-of-Body Travel and Mysticism - Art Book, published: 4 August 2003, ISBN 9781411617148
  • The Solitary, published: 17 February 2014, ISBN 9781494237264
  • Michael Jackson: The Afterlife Experiences, published: 31 December 2011, ISBN 9781105275074[11]
  • Michael Jackson's Afterlife Experiences (A Trilogy in One Volume), published: 25 February 2013, ISBN 9781482634785
  • The Voice of the Prophets: Wisdom of the Ages, published: 5 November 2005, ISBN 9781105276255

Filmography[edit]

Marilynn Hughes did a feature length spiritual documentary The Road to Armageddon which was released in 2012.[12] She did appear in four episodes of "Swedenborg and Life". And also involved in the documentary and television series "The Afterlife Uncovered".[13]

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