The non-profit BOAS Network continues the live science series “Anthropology Straight Up” with presentations about psychics, mediums and shamans. Anyone who loves science, cocktails and social gatherings is invited.
The first presenter, psychic-medium Tony Morris, will share his insights on ancient wisdoms. After a 27-year career in corporate communications, where he held management posts with Fortune 500 firms like MCI Telecommunications, Coca-Cola and Brown-Forman, Morris had a major spiritual awakening and discovered he had special intuitive gifts. Since that awakening, he’s committed to help others achieve their own missions in life. In addition, he’s in the process of publishing his first book, Little Red Wagon, which details his own spiritual journey.
The second presenter, cultural anthropologist Dr. Kohanya Groff, will discuss the societal relevance of the supernatural. Groff received her Masters and Ph.D. in Anthropology at University of California, Riverside. Her research involved revitalization practices, polices and rights of contemporary Chumash American Indians. She is also the founder of BOAS Network, a non-profit providing a free information and education forum for anthropology with the goal to make science exciting and accessible through public outreach, social media and videos featured on their website http://boasnetwork.com. Anthropology Straight Up is designed to give speakers a place to showcase, promote and enlighten viewers into the world of anthropology.
LOCATION: Santa Barbara University Club, 1332 Santa Barbara Street 93101
DATE: September 28, 2017
TIME: cocktail service begins at 5pm. Presentations 5:30-6:30. Questions, meet and greet to follow.
Cost: Suggested Donation $15-$25. Tickets available at the door or through https://nightout.com/events/anthropology-medium/tickets
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