Scientists featured in Solar (R)evolution
“I’m convinced that a change will come about in 2012...The question is: ‘When is 2012?...’” Dieter Broers is a world-renowned German biophysicist and best-selling author, whose worldview is one which fuses spirit and matter, two subjects which are currently viewed by the scientific world as being separate. He uses advanced science to describe a holistic existence.
Dieter Broers studied physics and electrical engineering in Kiel, Germany. Since 1980, he has conducted research in the field of frequency medicine and regulation therapy. Dr. Broers holds over 100 patents worldwide in 85 countries.
The core of his inventions include the effects of geomagnetic and electro-weak fields on biological organisms. His scientific efforts led him to consciousness science and the effects of these EM fields on biological systems and states of consciousness.
With the release of his book 'The Matrix Code', he began his career as a bestselling author. Besides 'Solar Revolution’, his popular works include 'Checklist 2012 - Seven Strategies on how to turn the crisis into opportunity', ‘Thoughts Create Reality’ and ‘(R)Evolution 2012’. His books and films had a significant impact in the German speaking countries and Russia. The author lives and works in Austria and Greece.
Rupert Sheldrake is mainly concerned with the "mysteries of everyday life". How do our thoughts and intuition work? "A good analogy is a cell phone," said Sheldrake, because the mind is far beyond that which is in our heads, according to his experiments.
The British author and biologist, Rupert Sheldrake, has taught at Clare College where he was head of research for biochemistry and cell biology until 1973. In 1981, he put forward the hypothesis of morphic fields and morphic resonance. They form the basis for his book, "The Memory of Nature". Since 2005 he is head of a psychically-oriented research project. Specialization: "morphic fields".
“And now we know - you can actually measure it - that cells give off light.... and when you have light being generated, you have access to information from the universe itself...” Michael A. Persinger is a cognitive neuroscience researcher and University professor with over 200 peer-reviewed publications. He is primarily notable for his experimental work in the field of neurotheology.
He organized the Behavioral Neuroscience Program at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario, which became one of the first to integrate chemistry, biology and psychology.
His primary research interests include the study of the biological effects of global geomagnetic activity, the effects of heavy metals in the water supply upon development, the mechanisms by which complex magnetic fields generated by human technology affect biological systems , the epidemiology of transient and unusual events (space-time transients). He received worldwide recognition for his research and development of the ‘God Helmet”.
"Our science has become dogmatic," says the studied experimental physicist and former UNESCO expert on physics. "When they are confronted with the Fringe sciences, the scientists, they close their eyes and think: The evil dog can't see me anymore." "... But the dog, he sees very well," says Professor Ernst Senkowski, who taught the Fundamentals of Physics and Electrical Engineering at the University for Applied Sciences Rheinland-Pfalz in Bingen/Germany.
Since 1974, Senkowski dealt with fringe science questions and focused on para-physics. He leads an independent experimental study of electromagnetic acoustic voices and coined the term "Instrumental Trans-communication".
Michael König speaks - as a physicist - from a possible hard "phase transition" that awaits us in the coming years. "Such a phase transition is probably also necessary for us to return to a healthier way of dealing with our environment and our resources."
Dr. Michael König is a physicist and quantum physicist. From 1987 to 2004, he headed the Institute for Mental Physics of St. Gallen and Zug in Switzerland. His scientific specialty includes the interaction between the mind and matter, from a quantum physics perspective.
Illobrand von Ludwiger
"It is good that the public is not that aware of the paranormal phenomena," says Illobrand von Ludwiger with a wink, though he himself has for many years professionally rigorously studied the UFO phenomenon. "Certainty should stand before truth."
The astrophysicist, Illobrand von Ludwiger has since 1964 worked as a physicist and systems analyst in the aerospace industry for the EADS. In 1974, he founded the Mutual UFO Network, a central European section of the American UFO society. The name, von Ludwiger, is well known due to the numerous books he wrote on UFO phenomena. For more than 30 years he devoted himself to UFO research and received the Dr. Hedri Prize in 1990. As a former student of Burkard Heim, his specialty is Gravitational Physics and Unified Field Theory.
“Margaret Mead said ‘It only takes a few good people with a like vision to change the model of what people believe’. I actually don’t think it takes that many, but they have to be coherent...”
Elizabeth A. Rauscher is a nuclear scientist, astrophysicist and has worked on a NASA space shuttle. She is a former researcher with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and the Stanford Research Institute.
Rauscher has a Ph.D.in Astrophysics, Nuclear Physics and Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley (UCB).
In 1975, Rauscher co-founded the Berkeley Fundamental Fysiks Group, an informal group of physicists who met weekly to discuss quantum mysticism and the philosophy of quantum physics, which helped to nurture unpopular ideas at the time within science, but later formed the basis of quantum information science. Rauscher has an interest in nature, psychic healing and other paranormal phenomenon.
“The great poets and religions that have been talking about the heart as the source of wisdom and intuition have been right all along...”
Rollin McCraty is Director of Research at the Institute of HeartMath, a leading organization in understanding the role of the heart in health and mind-body healing. Led by McCraty, the HeartMath research team regularly collaborates with scientific, medical and educational institutions such as Stanford University and Miami Heart Research Institute to advance the healing potential of the mind-body connection.
McCraty and his team discovered a profound communication link between the heart and the brain. Although messages flow in both directions, surprisingly, more information seems to originate from the heart.
“Our mental functioning can now be demonstrated in a new language: the language of frequencies...”
Franz Halberg, born July 5, 1919, is a scientist and one of the founders of modern chronobiology. He first began his experiments in the 1940s and later founded the Chronobiology Laboratories at the University of Minnesota. Halberg published many papers also in the serials of the History Commission of International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy (IAGA), edited by Wilfried Schröder. He also published in "Wege zur Wissenschaft, Pathways to Science", edited by Wilfried Schröder his biography. He is a member of many international bodies, he has five titles as Dr. honoris causa, and was a member of the Leibniz Sozietät der Wissenschaften zu Berlin.
Franz Halberg was coined, “The Lord of Time.”
"We are virtually blind" is how the Italian astrophysicist and author Conforto describes our current situation. “After all, the cosmos comprises more than 95 percent of something that we can neither see nor measure. Though, ‘dark matter’ must exist, because the world we see cannot otherwise be explained.”
Giuliana Conforto taught analytical mechanics for many years at the University of Los Angeles and theoretical physics at the University of L'Aquila in Italy.
The astrophysicist, now living in Rome, focuses her research in the areas of post-relativistic theories and quantum cosmology. Based on neglected scientific research on the "dark matter" she presents a new perspective on our world. Conforto is a leading scientist on "organic physics". Specialization: black and white holes.
JJ & Desiree Hurtak
“We as a humanity occupy a consciousness reality that can be changed. And as we begin to use positive energy and creativity...we discover that we are multi-dimensional beings...”
JJ and Desiree Hurtak are social scientists, futurists and founders of The Academy for Future Science. Dr J.J. Hurtak is the author of ‘The Book of Knowledge: The Keys of Enoch’ translated into fourteen languages, and of the ‘End of Suffering’ that he co-authored with his colleague, physicist Russell Targ.
Together the Hurtaks have written several books including their latest book entitled ‘Overself Awakening’. The Hurtaks have worked extensively in developing countries, including the archeological sites of Giza and the Yucatan, and with indigenous cultures in various parts of the world.
“Belief is very limiting. It limits you because you begin to think that what you believe in, is the only thing that can exist. And that’s not true...!”
Francine Blake is a historian whose has spent twenty years studying ancient wisdom in a school of self-development brought to the West in 1917 by George Ivanovitch Gurdjieff.
Introduced to crop circles in 1987, Francine was immediately attracted to them, recognizing many of the symbols she had been studying. She joined the Centre for Crop Circle Studies (CCCS) in 1991, and in 1992 moved to Wiltshire with her family to be closer to the phenomenon. In 1995, she started the Wiltshire Crop Circle Study Group (WCCSG). She lectures extensively and has given many interviews on radio and television. She lives in the Pewsey Vale near Alton Barnes – the most active area for crop circles in the world – where she studies the phenomenon full time.
“If you think about spirituality as the study of invisible things - metaphysics, as it were – you can overlap between spiritual world views, and some of the world views that are coming out of contemporary physics...”
Dr. Rick Strassman is a medical doctor specialized in psychiatry with a fellowship in clinical psychopharmacology research. Dr. Strassman was a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine. He was also President and co-founder of the Cottonwood Research Foundation, which is dedicated to consciousness research.
Strassman was the first person in the United States, after twenty years of intermission, to embark on human research with psychedelic, hallucinogenic, or entheogenic substances.His research involved the powerful naturally-occurring compound, DMT or N,N-Dimethyl-tryptamine. He wrote about this research in his popular book, ‘DMT: The Spirit Molecule’, now in its 15th printing.