Westbrook, Maine, USA – October 29, 2011 – Paranormal expert Ahura Z. Diliiza hosts new live weekly Q&A show on Unicovia NetTV.

Ask the Unicorn LIVE is a brand new web TV show hosted by Ahura Z. Diliiza; telepath, metaphysician and exorcist. The weekly 1-hour show features Mr. Diliiza answering paranormal and metaphysical questions live via webcam. Questions span a variety of topics from ghosts to demons, sleep paralysis, astral travel, dreams and many others.

“With the increasing popularity of paranormal ‘reality’ shows and movies there’s a lot of misinformation out there when it comes to the paranormal” says Diliiza. “People need a place where they can get answers that will help them.”

Mr. Diliiza is a professional educator who owns and operates Unicorn Cove School of Metaphysics in Westbrook, Maine. He also runs a paranormal protection organization to help people in emergency situations. He started Ask the Unicorn LIVE as an extension of his popular paranormal Q&A blog www.asktheunicorn.com.

“I have been asked many times over the years why I didn’t have a television show” says Diliiza. “I thought it was finally time to start one.”

Ask the Unicorn LIVE broadcasts live every Tuesday at 8:30 pm (EST) on Unicovia NetTV, www.livestream.com/unicovia. Live viewers can participate in a local chat room and ask questions for Mr. Diliiza to answer on the show. Questions can also be submitted in advance through the Ask the Unicorn website at www.asktheunicorn.com/questions.

Episodes are recorded each week and added to the regular daily lineup of programs on Unicovia NetTV. Archived episodes can be viewed on demand in the channel’s Video Library section at the bottom of the main channel page.

Ahura Z Diliiza is a natural telepath, metaphysician and paranormal expert. He has decades of experience dealing with extreme hauntings and has been educating students in the metaphysical arts and divine sciences for nearly 30 years. For more information visit www.ahuraz.com or www.unicorn-cove.com.


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