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Jonathan Womack


Jonathan Womack began leaving his body in the fall of 1965 at the age of 6. A year later, after watching an episode of “The New Adventures of Superman”, Jonathan assumed a ghostly version of the Man of Steel for his astral excursions, a practice that continues to this day. Jonathan receives alarm signals from people on the physical plane as well as the spirit realms and has learned how to move heavy objects, travel into the past, and visit the Home of Souls.

Jonathan became involved in the martial arts in his teens and spent ten years training in the Korean styles. He began his writing career in 1999 with his debut novel, A Cry for a Hero, a science factional story involving the out of body superhero, Ram. Jonathan launched his publishing company, Charles River Press, in 2003 as a way of publishing his books as well as the stories of other talented writers.

He is a licensed electronic technician and a retired IT/Media tech, having spent thirty-three years providing tech services to corporations and higher education institutions in Boston and Cambridge.

Today, Jonathan is the Executive Producer at Mind World Entertainment and has just launched a new TV series, “The OBE Show, Metaphysics and More” on Amazon Prime.