March, 2014 Newsletter
Aliens and Man
Jerry Kroth, Ph.D. a professor from Santa Clara University will be speaking on the topic from his latest book, "Aliens And Man: A Synopsis Of Facts And Beliefs" (New York: Algora). This is a comprehensive survey of all the "best evidence" from archeology, mythology, UFOs, crop circles, and even looks at biological evidence.
When he discusses archaeological "ancient astronaut" evidence, he will examine scholarship and commentary on the Nazca lines, the Great Pyramid, the Voynich manuscript, and Pumapunku and other strange anomalous items. The examination of ancient mythology and stories of Gods coming and going are legion, and approaching this material both in a Jungian context as well as an "alien" context is quite unusual.
The review of UFO evidence tries to cover "best evidence" and that includes Roswell, Iceland, Bentwaters and other notable cases.
Dr. Kroth will also review the subject of crop circles, particularly the peer-reviewed studies which have successfully deciphered almost twenty circles. This is a multi-media presentation with numerous film clips. Discussion and comments will follow.
TIME: Friday, 7:30 p.m., MARCH 28, 2014
PLACE: Unity Community Church – Y.E.S. Hall, 3391 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto
(doors open at 7 p.m.)
Jerry Kroth, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor Emeritus from Santa Clara University in California. His teaching assignments include psychotherapy and personality theory, dreamwork, and research methods. He has an abiding therapeutic interest in working with dreams, personal oracles, and the applications of dream theory to psychohistory.
Dr. Kroth's twelve prior books were in the areas of counseling psychology, child sexual abuse, learning disorders, metapsychology, and research methodology. In addition, he has written and presented over seventy papers on anxiety, child development, mass psychology, synchronicity, the dream process, psychohistory and collective psychology. His more recent works are "Conspiracy In Camelot: The Complete History Of The Assassination" of John Fitzgerald Kennedy (New York: Algora, 2003) and "American Crazy: A Voyage To The Dark Side Of The American Dream" (Genotype), "Aliens And Man: A Synopsis Of Facts And Beliefs" (Algora), "Psyche's Exile: An Empirical Odyssey In Search Of The Soul" (Libre digital), and "The Lindbergh Kidnapping: Mobs, Mass Psychology, And Myth" (Pubit).
These texts are available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, as well as his website collectivepsych.com.
Members get in FREE.
A $15 donation is asked of non-members at the door.
Students with ID, a $5 donation is asked.
Relationships: Science, Consciousness, Spirituality and Nature of the Universe
Course/Workshop: Jerry Gin, Ph.D.
Jerry Gin will teach a 2 day course/workshop about the Relationships: Science, Consciousness, Spirituality and Nature of the Universe. The course will review a wide range of subjects and disciplines so that attendees can participate in their own "mind-being" journey and conclusions about the nature of consciousness and our connection to each other and all of creation.
The course will be on
April 5th and 6th, 9:30 AM -- 4:30 PM
Los Altos Masonic Lodge
146 Main St, Los Altos
Jerry's passionate interests are in the areas of mind-being: consciousness, healing, spirituality and all other related topics. He believes that exposing/educating more of the population to the world of consciousness/mind-being will help raise the level of consciousness and thus produce a better society. This coincides with one of the goals of I-ASC and is one of Jerry's objectives as Chairman for I-ASC.
Jerry has spent 40 years in the health care/pharmaceutical/diagnostic/biotechnology areas. Jerry has co-founded and led several companies in this area. Prior to this he has worked in the upper levels of national pharmaceutical and diagnostic businesses. Jerry has conducted research at the National Institutes of Health and is certified by the American Association for Clinical Chemistry and the American Society of Clinical Pathologists.
2014 SSE Conference
The 33rd Annual Conference of the Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE) will be held near San Francisco, California on June 5 -- 7, 2014 (Thursday through Saturday). FMBR is proud to be the local host for the event.
CALL FOR PAPERS
The overall theme of the conference is "The Mysterious Universe." Invited speakers will help define themes to be developed further by our own SSE membership, and the program will include papers assessing progress and social/political issues in areas of longstanding interest to SSE members. All conference sessions will be held in the hotel ballroom.
Theme 1: The Conscious Lab: New Research in Consciousness
"Mind-Matter Interaction Experiments Involving Light"
"Material Science Challenges to Define the Fleischmann and Pons Effect by Applying the Scientific Method"
Gary Nolan, Stanford University (Invited Speaker)
"DNA Analysis of the Atacama Humanoid"
Titles and abstracts for contributed papers should be sent to the Program Chairman: Adam Curry, E-mail: email@example.com. Electronic submission is required.
Institute for the Advancement of Science and Consciousness (I-ASC)
Courses, Workshops and Additional Offerings
In conjunction with our monthly presentations, IASC will periodically offer courses and workshops designed to introduce participants to a variety of subjects related to science and consciousness. Exploration of these subjects may result in a better understanding of human capabilities which have been largely overlooked. Jean Millay, PhD, Jerry Kroth, PhD, Jerry Gin, PhD, Mali Burgess, PhD and others have volunteered to share their expertise and their findings with us as we strive to better understand the nature of reality and our place within the cosmos.
In April, Jerry Gin will offer a 2 day workshop the relationship between science, consciousness, spirituality and nature of the universe. The course will be a broad overview of information, covering awareness in plants and bacteria, remote viewing, out of body experience, quantum mechanics, zero point energy, theories on the nature of matter, torsion energy, torus as the fundamental structure, alternative healing methods, subtle energy, mass consciousness, BioGeometry, sacred geometry, theory of process and creation, enlightenment and spirituality. In the process, we will review works of many of the key scientists, healers, and spiritual leaders in the world. Each subject itself is a course the overview will offer the participant a chance to look at a wide range of subjects so that they can participate in their own mind-being journey. If there is demand, the course may be offered at various times during the year.
I-ASC Study Group
In addition to the courses and workshops, I-ASC has been holding a study group on the second Saturday of each month at 4:30 -- 6:30 pm in Santa Clara. We cover various subjects of interest; for example torsion energy, BioGeometry, zero point energy, latest theories on nature of matter, Theory of Process as described by Bob Whitehouse, creation from a point, biophotons and DNA, phantom DNA, free energy, etc.
UPCOMING FRIEND EVENTS
March 8: 1:30 pm San Jose Dowsers blog, San Jose: Seann Xenja speaking on
Feng Shui, Dowsing, and Natural Crystals
Foundation for Mind-Being Research
P.O. Box 449, Los Altos, Ca 94023-0449