Near-Death Experiences Featured at Local Forum

Joanne Koenig-Macko

Joanne Koenig-Macko, an internationally known angel artist, spiritual coach, healer and author, will talk about three intense, near-death experiences that changed her life forever, at the Chicago IANDS (International Association for Near-Death Studies) Forum for near-death, out-of-body and spiritual experiences from 2 to 5 p.m., July 9, at Evanston Hospital’s Frank Auditorium.

       Koenig-Macko is listed in Who’s Who of Women in Business and has thousands of clients worldwide that not only collect her inspirational art, but also consult her for spiritual energy healing. 

       Chicago IANDS, one of many affiliates around the world, began as a nonprofit organization in 1998 to provide a support and study group for those that have had a near-death experience or are interested in the subject.

Suggested donation is $20. Location: 2650 Ridge Ave. For more information, call 847-251-5758 or visit

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