New streaming service: PATH 11 focus on spirituality plus
INTERVIEW WITH April Hannah and Michael Habernig Co-founders of PATH 11
1. You are starting a brand-new streaming service focusing on the mysteries of life and death – why?
You can’t be a human being on earth and not ask yourself, why am I here? Where did I come from, and where will I go when I die? We both had these questions, a fear of death, struggled with existential questions about life, and decided to try and ﬁnd some answers. We have been ﬁlming and interviewing some of the top researchers of consciousness since 2008 and decided it was time to share what we learned with the world.
2. What kinds of content will subscribers ﬁnd on Path 11 TV?
Path 11 TV's content is different from other streaming services. There is original footage from spiritual, holistic, afterlife conferences and lectures for select audiences. There are inspirational stories of other people on a spiritual path, asking big questions about life. The shows investigate new and old alternative healing techniques that may help those on a spiritual path heal their bodies and minds. We will have an extensive spiritual library of fresh material for subscribers.
5. You interview people who have had past life experiences and seen UFO’s. Have either of you had any experiences like that?
April Hannah- I am a trained hypnotherapist, and during training, I explored my past lives. I recognized patterns and things reoccurring in this life. Those hypnotherapy experiences helped me heal some past life wounds I did not know existed had I not regressed and stayed open to the concept of past lives.
Michael Habernig- I saw a few UFOs during my childhood. I saw the famous Westchester Boomerang (Lights in a V-Shape) UFO in July of 1985 and again in late August 1993. The local media reported the UFO sighting witnessed throughout the Hudson Valley area of New York. The UFO made no noise and hovered for long periods eventually speeding oﬀ. The lights would not ﬂash or ﬂicker. They just remained bright white. When attending college in Poughkeepsie, New York, I saw a green-glowing obtuse triangle or pyramid-shaped UFO hovering over a farm in Duchess County. I pulled over to get a better look. It gave off a low pulsating hum. After a few minutes, the UFO rotated vertically 90 degrees then sped oﬀ. I tried to follow it, but could not keep up.
6. You have covered UFO conferences and talked to experts. Many people are skeptical of the existence of alien life forms – where do you stand?
We believe other life forms exist in the universe, but the question of aliens visiting our planet - well, that is still up for debate. Some think beings from other planets have visited; others argue alien sightings and experiences are time travelers from the future or the distant past. That is part of what we are looking to explore and document.
8. Do you think we’re any closer to solving some of the mysteries of life?
Researchers are ﬁnding that consciousness may live outside the brain, and it's a discovery that means anything is possible and that there is more to explore in the universe and here on earth.