Speakers in 2019

Speakers in 2019

January 25, 2019
Elizabeth Rauscher, PhD
J.J. Hurtak, PhD PhD
Desiree Hurtak, PhD

New advances in nonlocal mind-consciousness development and communications are introducing changes in our traditional paradigms of science. One unique development of communications has come through “remote viewing” that allows us to know the world and things around us that are beyond our five senses. In this new concept, the power of consciousness is clearly able to operate as a nonlocal perception, allowing us the ability to sense distance events or objects, as well as influence targets. According to Rauscher, nonlocality is described in complex eight space, that is, an eight-dimensional space, where time, past, present and future, and space come together in the now. More and more research is showing that our mind functions within a consciousness field that is nonlocal and may also be multidimensional. We are the observer, but in this reality, the observer can make a difference in the world around us.
Results are now overwhelmingly confirming that we are living in a quantum world with extended spacetime models. Rauscher and the Hurtaks will present their recent work both scientifically, as well as experimentally with remote viewing and the implementation of entangled quantum events involving this greater mind dynamics. Rauscher started and chaired the Fundamental Fysiks Group, at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and did experiments in remote viewing at SRI in the 1970s and Drs. Hurtak conducted research with Andrija Puharich using remote viewing on a global scale. Together they bring this research to the present and show how it also works in our daily lives.

Speakers' Bios

Elizabeth Rauscher, Ph.D. received her doctorate in physics from the University of California, Berkeley.  She is a cosmologist with an added focus on consciousness development. She was a nuclear scientist, astrophysicist and researcher at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL). She has also worked with Remote Viewing studies since the 1970s. Her main field of research includes: Nuclear and Atomic Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmological Models, Plasma Physics, Biomedical Engineering and Geophysics Monitoring and Data Analysis. Her most recent books are Mind Dynamics In Space and Time, co-authored with Drs. Hurtak and Orbiting the Moons of Pluto (World Scientific).
Her website is "http://elizabethrauscher.org/"
J. J. Hurtak, Ph.D., Ph.D. and Desiree Hurtak, Ph.D. are social scientists and have written, translated, and published numerous books. They are founders of The Academy For Future Science, an NGO (non-governmental organization) in association with the United Nations. Dr. J.J. Hurtak is the author of The Book of Knowledge: The Keys of Enoch® translated into over twenty-five languages. He is co-author of the End of Suffering with his colleague and remote viewing expert, physicist Russell Targ. Together the Hurtaks have also produced numerous films and music projects, providing an in depth look at science and the experience of consciousness development.
Their website is "https://futurescience.org"

February 22, 2019
Master Stephen Quong
Tao Geomancy: Geopathic Stress and Your Health

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Bio of Speaker

Stephen Quong has been involved in the study and practice of dowsing, radionics, energy healing and other esoteric practices since 1972. He is a certified practitioner and Senior Master and Senior Instructor of Qi-Mag Feng Shui and Tao Geomancy. The Qi-Mag International Feng Shui and Geobiology Institute was founded in 1990 by Dr. Jes T.Y. Lim. It is the world's largest Feng Shui college, with over 30,000 students and over 2,000 certified consultants practicing worldwide.
Stephen is also a world renown Vedic Astrologer. He holds numerous honorary titles in this field, and is the only American to be awarded the title of Life Fellow of the Indian Council of Astrological Sciences, which is the world's largest organization of practicing astrologers.
Speakers website:
https://jyotisha.com/bio.html
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Widespread international research now indicates that geopathic stress may be one of the primary causes of degenerative illnesses and chronic health conditions. These studies show a high level of correlation between major illnesses and sleeping or working over an area of geopathic stress.
Geopathic stress can be caused by many different factors, including the electromagnetic grid of the Earth, earthquake fault lines, tunnels, caves, construction sites, sewage pipes, underground streams, mineral deposits, noxious gases, radioactive rocks, geomagnetic and geological anomalies, burial sites, trauma and instability resulting from millions of years of earth changes, cosmo-biological influences, and all of the other traumas inflicted upon Nature by humans, their machines, and toxic wastes.

Mar 22, 2019
Filmed Interview of
Federico Faggin by Nanci Trivellato
Presented by Roberto Miller

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Filmmaker Roberto Miller will present his video with Federico Faggin, the physicist, entrepreneur, and inventor of the microprocessor who has now turned his focus to study concepts such as consciousness, self, the nature of reality, and life beyond the ordinary material world. Faggin’s hour-long interview with consciousness researcher and author Nanci Trivellato is a refreshingly clear and balanced dialog on the fundamental aspects of consciousness and reality. The video will be followed by Q&A with Federico, Nanci and Roberto.
Federico Faggin, PhD, born in Vicenza, Italy, Federico Faggin received a Laurea degree in Physics, summa cum laude, from the University of Padua (1965), and in 1968 he moved to Silicon Valley, California, where he now lives.
Faggin gave life to a large number of state-of-the-art products and technologies since he was 19 years old, notable among them are: the design and construction of a small transistorized computer (Olivetti, 1961); the MOS Silicon Gate Technology (Fairchild, 1968);the world's first microprocessor (Intel, 1971); several highly successful microprocessors, among them the Intel 8080 (1974), and the Zilog Z80 (1976).Faggin also founded and directed Zilog, Inc. (1974), Cygnet Technologies, Inc. (1982), and Synaptics, Inc. (1986), where the Touchpad (1994) and the Touchscreen (1999) that have revolutionized the way we interface with our mobile devices were developed. He is currently dedicated to the science of consciousness through the Federico and Elvia Faggin Foundation [http://www.fagginfoundation.org/]
Federico Faggin received many international prizes and awards. Distinguished among them are the Marconi Prize (1988), the Kyoto Prize (1997), the induction into the US Inventors' Hall of Fame (1996), the 2009 National Medal of Technology and Innovation from President Barack Obama, the Enrico Fermi Award (2014), and many honorary degrees in science and engineering.
Nanci Trivellato, MSc. has specialized in Research Methods in Psychology, is a charter member of The International Academy of Consciousness [http://www.iacworld.org/] and The Institute of Applied Consciousness Technologies  [https://www.conscioustech.com/]. Involved in consciousness science since 1990, she has lectured around the world: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Cyprus, Finland, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Switzerland, the the UK, and the USA. She established The Journal of Consciousness [
http://jofc.org/telas/home/The Journal of Consciousness] of which she was editor for 15 years, and is author of the book Vibrational State and Energy Resonance [http://uk.iacworld.org/vibrational-state-and-energy-resonance/]. Nanci’s TEDx Talk How Out of Body Experiences Could Transform Yourself and Society [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMBNZspmn7I].
Roberto Miller is an award-winning filmmaker based in Mountain View at Pure Grain Digital Productions. His last film, Mandorla, set in Silicon Valley and France, is available on Gaia, iTunes, AppleTV, and Amazon Prime. His next film, called Ascension, with producing partner Liz Holdship, is about a professor in a divided world who leads an international team of scientists on a journey to other dimensions seeking the source of oneness in the universe. Roberto worked as a multi-media producer at Stanford University, made the first all-digital film in 1994 and video and commercials for companies such as Apple and HP before returning to filmmaking.
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May 3, 2019
#One Week Later#
Developing Your Intuition: Putting Theory into Practice
with
Diane Hennacy Powell, MD

Diane Powell, speaker

“Savants”, from the Latin “to know,” can access information without any explanation. Some can draw the periodic table, or speak a foreign language, without any prior exposure. The autistic twins studied by Oliver Sacks could generate 12 digit prime numbers without being able to do simple math, yet their abilities exceeded that of computers at the time. Savant abilities are so similar to ESP, they appear indistinguishable.

Many of the savant children Dr. Powell has studied appear to be highly telepathic. She will present their stories and some of the video footage from her controlled experiments with them. Dr. Powell will also discuss what savants and their brains might be telling us about how our brains really work. Rather than generating consciousness, our brains might merely detect, manipulate, and navigate it.

Neuroscientists primarily study our sensory systems and neurons, which are only ten percent of our brains. Dr. Powell proposes that this neurosensory system primarily detects, and responds to, local events. Detecting non-local events might involve an entirely different system. She will explain why she thinks this system might involve the brain’s ventricles, and the glial cells that make up the other 90%.

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TIME: Friday, May 3, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 7 p.m.)

PLACE: Unity Community Church – Y.E.S. Hall, 3391 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, CA

FMBR Workshop
Diane Hennacy Powell, MD

Developing Your Intuition: Putting theory Into Practice

The Rose Way Meditation was developed and taught by a Los Angeles psychic named Joe Koperski in the 1960’s and 70’s. The meditation involves visualizing light as it spirals upwards through the chakras, thereby opening the doors of perception. Practicing it can enable us to connect with our deeper selves, becoming more aware of who we are and our life’s purpose.  During this meditation, some people say they can access past lives. Others learn to see auras. In this interactive workshop, you will learn the Rose Way meditation, and other methods for self-discovery that Dr. Powell has used for over 30 years.  As a longtime student of the unconscious, she readily sees connections and symbolic meanings. Please come with any stories, dreams, and/ or artwork that you’d like to explore in a fun day of self-discovery.

Saturday, May 4, 2019, 10AM - 5PM
146 Main St. Los Altos, CA  94022
$150 FMBR paid members, $170 non-members

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