Dr Carol Sue Rosin

Carol RosinThe Founder for the Institute for Security and Cooperation in Outer Space, ISCOS

World Peace Ambassador, International Association of Educators for World Peace, IAEWP (NGO, UN-ECOSOC)

An educator, international speaker, author, consultant to Space Age technology development projects, a space and missile defense consultant, future manufacturing technology forecasting consultant for sustainable living on earth and in space, Dr. Rosin advises decision makers and others about applications of technology and information services for human needs, environment, new energy, and peace and security, health and prosperity for all on earth and in space.

Co-authored the Outer Space Security and Development Treaty draft with distinguished colleagues: Apollo Astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell; Commander Will Miller, US Navy (Ret.); Dr, Abe Krieger, 37 year Boeing executive; Dr. C.B. Scott Jones, military/intelligence and Senior Advisor to Sen. Claiborne Pell; supported by the Hon. Paul Hellyer, former Minister of Defense of Canada. This Treaty is posted in several languages with bios on http://www.peaceinspace.com Dr. Rosin is Consultant to the Treaty Project that is A Project of P.E.A.C.E. Inc., the Peace and Emergency Action Coalition for Earth, a 501-C-3 founded by Dr. C.B. Scott Jones.  Currently working to get this Treaty signed and ratified into law.

  • First woman executive in an aerospace company, Corporate Manager of Fairchild Industries
  • Managed set up satellite educational programs for 5000 villages in India via the ATS-6, the Application technology satellite 6, the largest educational satellite in existence at that time
  • Helped orchestrated the first two-way audio/visual satellite communication systems in over 20 countries. Managed two-way satellite educational program development in Appalachia, Rocky Mountains, Washington state, Alaska, and satellite doctor and nurse training programs with US Veterans hospitals
  • Vice President Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce: third largest chamber in US. Created first industry-education Adopt-A-School program
  • With the late Dr. Wernher von Braun, visionary and “father of rocketry,” founded the national award-winning “It’s Your Turn…” program (won Science Teachers Gold Metal, Aerospace Education and Aviation Writers Awards) to motivate and educate youth, women and minorities in training programs technology jobs and career opportunities in technology fields to focus on solving urgent and potential problems of human needs, the environment, clean and safe energy systems for healing, education, poverty elimination, new marketplaces with stimulated economies and cooperative world security systems without space-based weapons specifically to replace war-based industries and mindsets
  • Spokesperson for the late rocket scientist Dr. Wernher von Braun, presenting his peace on earth and in space vision for local through global uses and applications of space age technology and information applied directly to solving urgent and potential challenges of human needs, the environment, and energy as humans evolve and learn from living, working, touring and traveling in space (without space-based weapons). First speech for von Braun was to 18,000 people at a National Education Association conference in 1974 demonstrating LIVE how satellites can be used as teaching tools worldwide
  • Founder, Institute for Security and Cooperation in Outer Space, ISCOS, 1983-Present. The original Board included Honorary Chairman, Sir Arthur C. Clarke, Dr. Issac Assimov, Dr. Buckminister (Bucky) Fuller, Attorney Daniel Sheehan, the late Dr. Rashmi Mayur, Advisory Board Chairman, Astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell (sixth man on the moon), and many other respected experts. Brought over 100 people to the UN Second Special Session on the Peaceful Uses and Exploration of Outer Space in 1982 to stand for no space-based weapons. Started the movement to “Stop Star Wars,” the “Leaky Umbrella Campaign,” the “Save Outer Space, SOS Campaign,” involving approximately 50 million people
  • Advisor to the New Energy Movement to encourage the research and development of new clean and safe alternative energy sources via project development and management in various countries
  • Official Advisor to the Peoples Republic of China on alternatives to missile defense and on applications of space technology in China. China and Russia have proposed a ban on all space-based weapons
  • Witness in the Disclosure Project at the National Press Club, May, 2001. Advisor to the Exopolitics Institute
  • Started the global movement to prevent the weaponizaton of space, the Stop Star Wars, Leaky Umbrella Campaign, Campaign to Save Outer Space (SOS Campaign), which some estimate to have involved over 50 million people. Appeared on numerous speaking platforms and media productions with members of the military industrial complex discussing feasible alternative technology programs that can replace dangerous, too costly, polluting, destabilizing weapons programs including a new form of missile defense based on cooperative information and technology application sharing for sustainable healthy living on earth as humans evolve into the universes
  • Traveled to Russia numerous times to discuss the ban on all space-based weapons. Brought the first list of joint international space ventures from the USSR to the USA, all of which have come to fruition
  • Initiated the first USSR-USA military-to-military meeting. Initiated the trip of the first NINE US Senators to the USSR
  • Consultant and/or speaker to numerous organizations, industries and military and government agencies including TRW on the Time Management Money system for the Space Shuttle, MX missile and weather satellites, IBM Europe, Walt Disney Productions on the creation of Space and Future Worlds at Disneyworld, General Electric, World Future Society, National Space Institute, Central Intelligence Agency, the US Space Foundation, the US Space Command and many international audiences.
  • Testified before the US Senate Arms Services Committee, the Congressional House Ways and Means Committee, and the US President’s Commission on Space
  • Space and Conversion Advisor to Presidential Candidate Reverend Jesse Jackson who introduced Rosin’s Space Development Initiative, SDI, to replace the Strategic Defense Initiative, SDI. Advised and briefed other presidential candidates, members of Congress, and other international dignitaries
  • Initiated the first legislation to stop anti-satellite (ASAT) testing with Congressman Les AuCoin, created the first legislation to ban all space-based weapons with Congressman Joe Moakley and Sen. Tom Harkin, and initiated the first bill that had a companion Treaty to ban space-based weapons with Congressman Dennis Kucinich and the Hon. Paul Hellyer, former Minister of Defense, in Canada
  • Keynote speaker at numerous international events and conferences including the California Democratic Convention in 1983 about Space Age technology R&D, technology applications and transfer, economics and marketing vision for new products and services, education and training programs for new jobs and careers for sustainable living and clean and safe environment and energy systems, future manufacturing technology forecasts for eliminating poverty and disease and for enhancing global education, data sharing, and business ventures, and for building creative new cooperative security and defense systems
  • Former National Chancellor and current World Peace Ambassador for the International Association of Educators for World Peace, UN/NGO in consultative status with the UN Economic and Social Council
  • Founder of the original World Entrepreneur Association to encourage integrity based new entrepreneurial businesses and training programs. Consults to businesses, government representatives, students, leaders and community organizations about possible new jobs and profits, products and services, technologies and information applied to better life in sustainable communities and regions
  • Miscellaneous: Space Consultant to Buckminister Fuller’s World Game, entertainment producer for LeCarpentier Stuart Productions, General in the First Earth Battalion, ski instructor, skating champion
  • As an example of a non-space-based weapons business in space, organized the launch into space of Dr. Leary’s cremated remains that flew from US Vandenberg Air Force Base to Madrid then to the Canary Islands, Spain to be launched into space by Celestis, Inc,, (with the ashes of friends: rocket scientist Dr. Kraft Ericke; space physicist Dr. Gerard O’Neill; founder of the International Space University Todd Hawley, and with cremated remains of Star Trek TV series creator Gene Roddenberry
  • Wrote the first International Aerospace Telephone Contact Book for the International Astronautical Federation Congress. Wrote or co-authored numerous papers including the “Socio-Economic Benefits of International Cooperation in Space.”
  • Among awards received is the United Societies in Space award for her 30 Years of Humanitarian Work for the Peaceful Uses of Space for Peace on Earth. Co-author with Dr. Charles Sheffield the book entitled SPACE CAREERS. Author and co-author of three forthcoming books
  • Former owner of a World Travel Awards winning international hotel, spa, restaurant, horse sanctuary, and conference center
  • Doctorate of Humanities for developing country work bestowed by Archbishop Gbedabo, Africa
  • Initiates and manages special projects that will provide an abundance of benefits and opportunities for all peoples, businesses, and governments for healthy, sustainable, happy, and prosperous futures filled with adventure, art and music in peace for all on earth and in space


Scott JonesDr. Jones is founder and president of the Peace and Emergency Action Coalition for Earth. The principal function of P.E.A.C.E. is to oversee the development of the global Center for Sustainable Peace and Development system. Previous to this he was co-founder and president of the Human Potential Foundation. This was established in 1989, and conducted research into all conditions of humankind: physiological, psychological and spiritual, to assist the individual to achieve the highest levels of human potential in body, mind and spirit in order to compete and cooperate at personal excellence throughout life. Prior to this position he was Special Assistant to Senator Claiborne Pell from January 1985 until March 1991. Retiring as a Commander in the U.S. Navy, approximately half of his thirty-year naval career was spent in intelligence service overseas and in the United States. In post-navy careers he has taught at the university level and worked in the private sector research and development community involved in U.S. government sponsored projects for the Defense Nuclear Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency, U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command, and other organizations.

Intelligence Experience

As Assistant Naval Attaché and Naval Air Attaché to New Delhi, India and Katmandu, Nepal from January 1965 to June 1967, he was involved in intelligence collection and provided intelligence support to defense attachés throughout Southeast Asia, the Middle East and North Africa. This tour was followed by assignment to the Naval Scientific and Technical Intelligence Center where, as Head of the Missiles, Ordnance, and Astronautics Division, he directed the production of technical intelligence reports for the Navy and Defense Intelligence Agency at all classification levels. During this period he was Chairman of the Naval Missile Group, an interagency group that supported the Guided Missile and Astronautic Intelligence Committee. As Chief of the Navy’s Intelligence Anti-Ship Missile Task Force, he directed the effort that provided intelligence support for a critical anti-ship missile defense research and development effort. During this time he was a briefer to the President’s Scientific Advisory Committee, and testified before House and Senate committees and sub-committees of the Armed Services on technical naval intelligence.

Other intelligence assignments include three years as Chief of the Targets Development Branch in the Intelligence Directorate of Headquarters, U.S. European Command, and in intelligence related assignment in the National Military Command System Support Center.

Research Experience

Dr. Jones managed the Nuclear Test Personnel Review program under contract to the Defense Nuclear Agency. This program quantified the degree of radiological hazard incurred by Department of Defense personnel involved in atmospheric nuclear testing between 1946 and 1962. Extensive document search and retrieval from a large number of libraries, archives and record centers was involved. The recovered information and technical data was synthesized and converted into histories written for the layperson of each nuclear test operation

He participated in contracts with the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) in a project instructing analysts in quantitative methodologies and in development of self-paced learning modules on various methodologies including Event Sequence Network Analysis and Interpretative Structural Modeling. Also for the DIA he was involved in the transfer of advanced quantitative methodological software technology from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to DIA workspaces. For the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command he participated in systems design for increasing ADP support.

Of particular significance for the establishment of the global network of regional Centers for Sustainable Peace and Development, was an assignment as Chief, Procedures Branch, Data Division, National Military Command System Support Center (NMCSSC) February 1961 to August 1963. In this assignment he directed and managed activities concerned with the research, analysis, collection, and evaluation of all operational inputs to NMCSSC systems and with the system design of a computer model for depicting the Status of Forces and the Monitoring of Operational Plans (SOFMOP). Additionally he designed and then developed the database in support of this system. The principal operational plan monitored by SOFMOP was the Single Integrated Operational Plan (SIOP). The SIOP was the U.S. strategic nuclear attack plan against the Soviet Union, the Warsaw Pact, and the Peoples Republic of China. In order to war game the SIOP, he then was assigned to research and build a database of real U.S. target counterparts to the SIOP target database. This database was used in gaming by a Red Single Integrated Operational Plan (RSIOP). The target category list was extensive, e.g., command and control, industries, communications, transportation, military establishments, ports and cities, etc. His final assignment following the success of the SOFMOP system and the RISOP database development was to assist in the design of the Technical Development Plan for the National Military Command System.

In a subsequent assignment, 1970-1972, to the Intelligence Directorate of the U.S. European Command (EUCOM), he was responsible for another complex computer system design. Based upon a target category weighting system he designed, this program selected potential tactical nuclear targets in countries of EUCOM interest, but not covered by NATO’s tactical nuclear war plan. All categories from the Target Data Inventory (TDI) were considered.

A South Asia area specialist, he has traveled extensively throughout the region. His dissertation was, “How the Indian Lok Sabha Handles Defense Matters: An Institutional Study.”

He has led research into applied anomalous phenomena. Networking with the parapsychological community, he has worked throughout the executive branch to address issues of government support for basic parapsychological research, and to consider implications and application of these phenomena.

In 1985, he founded and was president of the Center for Applied Anomalous Phenomena. This non-profit educational and scientific research organization was chartered to conduct research and analysis of anomalous phenomena, their implications and applications. Anomalous phenomena include exceptional human capabilities. This Center was transferred into the Human Potential Foundation.

In 1989, he and Senator Claiborne Pell co-founded the Human Potential Foundation that was involved in a number of research projects. These included a joint research effort with the Chinese Academy of Somatic Science in Beijing, in accelerated bone healing using qi gong; a sponsored symposium conducted by Russian medical scientists on psychoanalytical and psychocorrection computer technologies; a survey of attitudes of medical professionals toward death and the dying process and how these are translated into decisions about treatment of critical and terminal patients; the translation from Chinese of the book: Collected Works on Qi Gong Science.

Under the Center for Interspecies Communications, the Foundation conducted Projects Neptune Helper I and II, dolphin research with Atlantic Bottlenose and Spotted dolphins.

A major two-year program funded by Mr. Laurance Rockefeller began with meetings in the Clinton White House to encourage the administration to review the policy it inherited from previous administrations concerning secrecy about extraterrestrial contact with earth, and change the policy to more openness. The president discovered that he was not cleared for that program. Work with Mr. Rockefeller was completed with an international conference, When Cosmic Cultures Meet, in Washington, D.C. in May 1995. At the conference a wide spectrum of academic disciplines and interests assessed the implications, preparations and responses for the time when there is no ambiguity about the understanding that higher intelligences from cosmic cultures are meeting.

In November 1998, the Human Potential Foundation was dissolved and its principal undertaking, a global peace initiative, transferred to the newly established Peace and Emergency Action Coalition for Earth, Inc.

Teaching Experience

While in Germany on navy assignment, Dr. Jones taught political science in the University of Maryland overseas program at several Army posts from 1970 to 1972. His terminal naval assignment was at the University of Kansas as Associate Professor of Naval Science, 1973 to 1975. During this time he also taught undergraduate and graduate courses in the Department of Political Science. Retiring from the navy in 1975, he took a fulltime teaching position in political science at Casper College and the University of Wyoming at Casper from 1975 until 1978. In October 2000, he was a quest lecturer in the Peace Studies Program at the University of Missouri, Columbia, MO.


  • Ph.D., International Studies, American University, 1975. Dissertation: How the Indian Lok Sabha Handles Defense Matters - an Institutional Study
  • M.A., Government and Politics, University of Maryland, 1963. Thesis: -Mistreatment of Foreign Diplomats in the United States Since World War II
  • A.B., Government, George Washington University, 1961

Selected Publications

  • Technical Memorandum, Warning in Korea: Event Indicator and Source Analysis. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) (1978)
  • Self-Paced Learning Module: Event Sequence Networking, DIA/DE (1979)
  • Self-Paced Learning Module: Interpretive Structural Modeling (DIA/DE) (1979)
  • “Photographic Satellite Reconnaissance,” United States Naval Institute Proceedings, (June 1980)
  • CASTLE Series (1954), Defense Nuclear Agency (DNA) Technical Report (TR) 6035F (April 1982)
  • Operation ARGUS (1958), DNA TR 6039F (April 1982)
  • Operation REDWING (1956), DNA TR 6037 (August 1982)
  • Operation HARDTACK (1958), DNA TR 6038F (December 1982)
  • Operation IVY (1952), DNA TR 6036F (December 1982)
  • Operation DOMINIC (1962), DNA TR 6040F (February 1983
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  • Operation GREENHOUSE (1951), DNA TR 6034F (June 1983)
  • Operation SANDSTONE (1948), DNA TR 6033F (December 1983)
  • Operation CROSSROADS (1946), DNA TR 6032F (May 1984)
  • Proceedings: Symposium on Application of Anomalous Phenomena, KT-84-039 (R), Editor, August 1984
  • NEPTUNE HELPER: An Experiment in Inter-Species Communication and Intra-Species Non-communications. Center for Applied Anomalous Phenomena (February 1986)
  • Ethical and Legal Implications of Proven Survival. Center for Applied Anomalous Phenomena, October 1986.
  • Professional paper delivered at the Conference on Religion and Psychic Research, Unification Theological Seminary, Barrytown, New York, October 1986. Phoenix in the Labyrinth, Human Potential Foundation Press, 1995, Falls Church, VA. Proceedings: When Cosmic Cultures Meet, (ed.), Human Potential Foundation Press, 1997, Falls Church, VA.

Lectures (Selected)

  • “Options for a Planet in Peril,” Extraterrestrial Civilizations and World Peace Conference, Big Island, Hawaii, June 11, 2006.
  • “Modern Challenges and Opportunities: UFOs, Religion and Exopolitics,” Gulf Breeze, FL, November 11, 2007.
  • “Plan C: Preparing for Disclosure,” X-Conference, Gaithersburg, MD, April 17-20, 2008. Boards and Organizations
  • Peace and Emergency Action Coalition for Earth, Inc. (Kerrville, TX) Founder, President, Board member.
  • Wirkus Bioenergy Foundation (Bethesda, MD) board member.
  • The Peace and Justice Studies Association.
  • Society for Scientific Exploration.
  • Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy

Current Peace Programs

The principal program of P.E.A.C.E. Inc is the establishment of a global system of university-based Centers for Sustainable Peace and Development. Over seven years of planning and consultation with academic, political, spiritual, military, intelligence and business leaders has lead to the current system design. In November 2002, the University of Jordan was the first school to adopt the Sustainable Peace and Development (SPD) program. Subsequently, Makerere University in Uganda, Dar es Salaam University, and the University of Missouri have become SPD hosts. In 2006, Plan C was added to the SPD program. It is designed to recruit global universities and Think Tanks to start a dialogue on the consequences to peace, stability and growth when full disclosure of ET/Earth contact is made.

A second program is a recommendation made to President Obama to establish a cabinet level Peace Advisor position, and to encourage his global counterparts to do the same.

A third program is draft legislation for a federally funded international scholarship program to establish a Professional Peaceworker Corps.

A fourth program is a proposed Constitutional amendment that would additionally designate the President “the principal Peace Maker of the United States.” This would provide a legal basis for the institutionalization of peace in the United States by the establishment of a Department of Peace.

Peace & Emergency Action Coalition for Earth (P.E.A.C.E. Inc.)

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THE REALITY For sixty-years a counterintelligence program has successfully run against the U.S. public to disinform and mystify the subject of UFOs and Extraterrestrial contact with earth. The SETI program has unwittingly aided that effort. There is absolutely no ambiguity about the reality of Extraterrestrial contact with the world, and its ancient roots are documented by hard archeological evidence

There is more than one disclosure strategy currently underway, and one very likely includes a threat spin designed to favor the military-industrial-congressional complex in the United States. This is certainly detrimental to the country and the world. Other countries are weary of waiting and suspicious of U.S. intentions. An intelligently coordinated disclosure based upon an open dialogue is the path to take.

Without a mature dialogue on the subject prior to formal acknowledgement of disclosure, avoidable fear, chaos and violence will occur.

Even with the dialogue, we will be in for some dicey times, as the return of Nibiru, Planet X, in this century must be addressed during disclosure. Planet X was rediscovered by the IRAS, NASA Dutch Infrared Imaging Satellite in ’83 and also covered up. To be complete and as constructively beneficial as possible to the planet, disclosure must include both acknowledgement of the general alien contact phenomenon and our own part alien history. This is a third, mature and robust paradigm which is also being suppressed.

ACADEME Students: Show this to your teachers and professors, talk about it – get into the game – this is the big one – speak up for your future.

Teachers and Professors: It is not too late to learn about what has been deliberately hidden and lied about. No security clearances needed, but courage is required.

Academic Presidents, Provosts, Deans and Principals: Time to stand up and meet the challenges of a fearless academic community pledged to seek the truth and talk about a future with extraordinary opportunities and challenges. You have the primary responsibility to prepare the global population of what disclosure of contact will mean.

RELIGIONS Quickly learn about our ancient Anunnaki extraterrestrial past, and the gods that came down. The Vatican has taken a public lead on how they intend to survive disclosure. It has officially stated, “The aliens are our brothers.”

Other religions have different opinions. Some evangelical Christians have stated that the aliens are the fallen angels. Whatever you think, believe, hope, or fear is going to be faced with a new reality. It is time to be talking about this. MILITARY AND INTELLIGENCE First of all, complete explanations and justice is due to the citizens abducted as part of the covert counterintelligence program. Amnesty must be considered for the sake of full, free information release and flow. No claims of security can trump the demands of justice.

In support of the new reality you are needed, but in ways vastly transformed from the historical record of your violent and clandestine service.

It will take highly disciplined work in difficult places to reverse the damage that unchecked avarice has done to the Earth. Increasing numbers of humanitarian undertakings will also be required because of the consequences of global warming and higher incidents of violent weather. Returning military from these missions will feel the pride of service to humanity, and this will be one key for admission into the Cosmic Community.

The technical and human capability of the intelligence community will be turned from threat assessments to a new genre – opportunity assessments. These completely unclassified, sources identified, assessments will identify developing opportunities for reconstruction and stabilization of civilization.

GOVERNMENTS AND THE UNITED NATIONS All governments with proof in hand; hold back on the formal acknowledgement of disclosure of sixty-plus years of Earth and Extraterrestrial contact. To minimize fear, chaos and possible violence we need at least six-months of mature dialogue about what disclosure will mean to each country and culture.

.S., Russia, clued country members of the European Space Agency, China, Japan and India, and close allies of this list who have been informed of what your photo satellites orbiting the moon have revealed on the backside of that orb; don’t talk about the ET structures there. That will be appropriate later.

All third world countries; get involved. Briefings are available to assist you in gaining a voice to avoid a round of techno-colonialism. If any country deserves a boost from cultures thousands of years more technologically advanced than Earth, it is you. But you must come to the table with knowledge about what to expect.

United Nations, if Earth can prove that it deserves to be invited to join the Cosmic Community, the Nation State system will have undoubtedly undergone a great transformation, and so will have you. To gain admittance into the Cosmic Community, Earth will have to be free of all weapons of mass destruction, and institutional violence ended. Can you keep your plans a secret until after the dialogue has taken place?

P . E . A . C . E . I n c . designs peace and conflict avoidance research and application programs for colleges and universities. Herbert Spencer nailed it when he said , “The great aim of education is not knowledge but action. ” The issues above are a huge challenge and opportunity for preemptive peace work and conflict avoidance. Our think tank, Cosmic Humanity, focuses 140 years of cumulative intense research, study, participation and experience on illuminating the leading edge of our species development and evolutionary trajectory. We really need to get a dialogue going on the subject before disclosure with a threat spin captures the headlines. Countries, communities, Think Tanks, colleges and universities desiring an extensive briefing on the ancient and modern history of this vital subject, and to engage in a conversation about what disclosure will mean to you and the world contact:


Edgar D MitchellBorn: September 17, 1930, Hereford, TexasDesignated naval aviator: 1954
Military test pilot: 1958-1972
Technical Director, Navy Space Systems: 1964-1965
Served with NASA and the Astronaut Corps: 1966-1972
Served on the backup crew for Apollo 10 and Apollo 16Lunar Module Pilot Apollo 14 lunar mission, January 31-February 9, 1971; became sixth man to walk on the moon.

BS Industrial Management, Carnegie Mellon University, 1952BS Aeronautics, US Naval Postgraduate School, 1961
ScD Aeronautics and Astronautics, Massachussetts Institute of Technology, 1964
EngD Engineering, New Mexico State University, 1971 (honorary)
ScD Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, 1971 (honorary)
ScD Engineering, University of Akron, 1979 (honorary)PhD Embry-Riddle University 1996 (honorary)

  • Founder, Institute of Noetic Sciences, 1973; Chairman 1973-1982

President, Edgar Mitchell Productions, 1980--
Public Speaker, Lecturer, Consultant, Author, 1972---
Author: "The Way of the Explorer" Putnam NY '96; "Psychic Exploration: A Challenge for Science", Putnam NY '74; numerous scientific papers and articles

Member, Society of Experimental Test Pilots 1966--
Member, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1963-1983
Member, International Platform Association, 1975-1983
Member, Explorers Club, 1972--
Member, World Futures Society, 1975--
Member, New York Academy of Sciences, 1975-1983
Member, Radio and Television Correspondents Association, 1972-- (honorary)

  • Notre Dame University, Albert Schmidt Lecturer, 1972
  • Rotary International Convention, Lausanne, Switzerland, keynote address, 1973
  • Outstanding Man of the Year, Carnegie Mellon Alumni, 1972
  • Drexel University, Engineering and Science Award, 1974
  • Kappa Sigma Man of the Year Award, 1972
  • Space Hall of Fame, inducted 1979
  • Kalamazoo College, John Fetzer Lecturer, 1979
  • Lowell Thomas Man of the Year Award, Explorer's Club, 1980
  • United Nations, New York, Earth Day Address, 1992
  • International University, Buckminister Fuller Lecturer, 1993
  • Astronaut Hall of Fame, inducted 1995
  • NBC Dateline, feature story, April 1996
  • Sightings, feature story, October 1996
  • Nominee, Nobel Peace Prize, 2005


My professional life has always been that of an explorer but it is divided into two distinct phases, the first encompasses the early years as a military officer, test pilot, engineer and astronaut exploring the outer limits of the physical world. The second phase has been that of a student, researcher and teacher exploring the inner experience with both subjective and objective methods. My dual interests have been life long, but the first was predominant during the early years and the second became dominant after the lunar exploration.

1995-: Research, writing and publication of the “Way of the Explorer” with emphasis on exploring the Dyadic Model as an alternative to the Cartesian Duality. Research and publication of articles on the nature of the quantum hologram and its potential as the non-local mechanism for intuitive and other “paranormal” perceptions. Serve of the Board of Directors of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, the Board of Trustees of the Astronaut Scholarship Fund. Paid speaker/lecturer approximately 20 weekends a year in the US and abroad.

1992–1995: Independent study, research and teaching experimental learning strategies, adaptation of the methods developed during three decades by Lozanov, Suzuki, Shichida, Welch et al. Accelerated learning techniques, whereby individuals from infancy to old age may better utilize latent capabilities to absorb, retain, recall and utilize large quantities of information, with enhanced creativity, greater productivity, and an expanded sense of well being have been among the overlooked discoveries of the world of education. In response to the information explosion of modern times these alternative learning strategies are now being seriously studied as partial answer to the dilemma of "information overload" and the breakdown of the educational infrastructure. My interest in these methods is the natural outgrowth of twenty-three years of study of the processes and capabilities of human consciousness.

1991--1993: Created and taught a lecture/workshop series for corporations and the public on paradigm shift, societal alternatives and sustainable futures. This material has been presented to more than 1000 people in full day workshops, and in lecture form, to large audiences in the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and Mexico. Material from this series is still requested by program planners seeking to present an innovative program for their organizations. Responses to this lecture/workshop series focused my attention on the need for developing new techniques for learning in the "information society".

1988-1991: Sabatical and semi-retirement. This was a period of reflection and study. Professional activity consisted of a limited number of speaking engagements and consulting tenures with business organizations.

1983-1987: Consultant and Project Manager. Constructions Mecaniques du Normandy, Paris, France. First as a consultant, then as project manager I was responsible for the reorganization of the Information Management Systems of this old line French ship building company. The major task was to modernize the financial management with a new information system and to install new computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing to the shipyard operations. This $10 million project was nearing successful completion when the company was sold to new owners in 1987.

1983: Co-founded with astronaut Russell Schweickhart the Association of Space Explorers. From modest beginnings in Paris with three astronauts and four cosmonauts, then twenty-three astronauts and cosmonauts the following year, hosted by Constructions Mecaniques du Normandy , the ASE included in 1994, over 250 individuals, 95% of all living humans who have flown in space. With international headquarters in Switzerland and local organizations in the United States, Russia and Europe, ASE has annual meetings in different nations of the world to present educational and environmental programs to the public, and to promote peaceful and cooperative exploration of space. It is the professional organization for spacefarers of all nations.

1980--: President, Edgar Mitchell Productions. This entity was formed to house my lectures, workshops and consulting practice.

1979-1989: Director, member of the audit committee, Steego Corporation, NYSE (STG). Served as director and consultant to the chairman of the board. Steego is a mini-conglomerate with operations in trailer manufacturing, auto parts, industrial machinery and paper products. Its public shares were acquired and Steego was privatized in a friendly take-over in 1989.

1977-1978: Chairman of the Board and major stockholder, Information Sciences, Inc. Served as chairman of the board during acquisition by new investor group. Directed program of reorganization and selection of new permanent management team.

1973--: Founder and Chairman of the Board (until 1982), Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS), Sausalito, CA. I founded this non-profit foundation to conduct and sponsor research programs in the nature of human consciousness. It was founded to explore the upper ranges of human potential in order to learn new models for improving the human condition and, further, to thereby discover new paradigms that might produce sustainable societal alternatives. In the thirty-two years of its existence, IONS has become an international organization with in excess of 40,000 loyal members, numerous publications and research programs, and an annual conference attended by approximately 2000 members (1994). Though no longer active in day-to-day operations, I remain as a member of the board of directors.

1972--: 1972 was the beginning of the second phase of my professional career. It has centered on activities as a lecturer, consultant, author, independent scholar in consciousness studies, human potential and societal alternatives. My fundamental motivation for more than two decades has been to assist and support the discovery, creation and dissemination of better models for understanding human behaviours and capabilities which could lead toward sustainability of global civilization. It has been increasingly clear during these past two decades that the dominant paradigms embraced by the world's major cultural traditions and diverse national socio/economic/political policies do not meet the test of sustainability beyond the early years of the 21st century. My desire is to make a difference in the likely outcome and to help give birth to a paradigm emphasizing sustainability.

1966-1972: U.S. Astronaut Corp. I flew the Apollo 14 Lunar Expedition to the Fra Mauro highlands of the moon, with Admiral Alan Shepard and Colonel Stuart Roosa, January 31-February 9, 1971. I became the sixth human to walk on the moon. In addition, I served on the backup crew of Apollo 10 and Apollo 16. I served as team leader for the astronaut group selected in 1966. I retired from government service in October 1972.

1965-1966: U.S. Air Force Aerospace Research Pilot School. Preparation for astronaut duties, and certification as test pilot. I served as an instructor in advanced mathematics and navigation theory for astronaut candidates.

1964-1965: Technical Director for Naval Space Systems Division, Los Angeles, CA. I provided liaison between the U.S. Air Force and the Department of the Navy on military space development and exercised technical control over U.S. Navy manned space planning efforts.

1959-1964: Postgraduate study: US Naval Postgraduate School and the Massachussetts Institute of Technology.

1958-1959: Test pilot and tactics specialist for USN research and development squadron.

1952-1958: Operational pilot and squadron officer with the U.S. Navy both ashore and aboard aircraft carriers.


  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, ScD, Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1964; majors in physics and mathematics, minors in instrumentation and astronomy; Dissertation: "Guidance of Low Thrust Interplanetary Vehicles".
  • US Naval Postgraduate School, BS, Aeronautics, 1961; major in performance and aerospace testing, minor in mathematics.
  • Carnegie Mellon University, BS, Industrial Management, 1952; majors in industrial administration and accounting, minors in electrical engineering and engineering analysis.
  • USAF Aerospace Research Pilot School, Edwards Air Force Base, California, 1966; Certification in advanced research aerospace vehicles and experimental aircraft.


  • Presidential Medal of Freedom
  • USN Distinguished Service Medal
  • NASA Distinguished Service Medal
  • NASA Distinguished Service Award
  • NASA Group Achievement Award (three times)
  • USAF Aerospace Research Pilot School, First in Class Award
  • Medal of the City of New York
  • American Astronautical Society, Flight Achievement Award
  • Arnold Air Society, John F. Kennedy Award for Space Exploration
  • Carnegie Mellon University Alumni, Outstanding Man of the Year, 1972
  • Kappa Sigma, Man of the Year Award, 1972
  • Adventurers Club, Gold Medal Award for Exploration
  • Explorers Club, Lowell Thomas Award for Explorations in Human Consciousness, 1980
  • Drexel University, Engineering and Science Award for Explorations in Consciousness, 1974
  • Space Hall of Fame, inducted 1979
  • Astronaut Hall of Fame, inducted 1995
  • Nobel Peace Prize nominee, 2005


Divorced. One son, Adam Blakemore Mitchell from marriage to Sheilah Ann Sisco Ledbetter; two children from previous marriage to Louise Elizabeth Randall: Karlyn Mitchell-Pearce, PhD, Elizabeth Mitchell Kendall; three adopted children: Kimberly Ann Mitchell, Richard Paul Mitchell, Mary Beth Mitchell Johnson; nine grandchildren.


  • "Guidance of Low Thrust Interplanetary Vehicles", doctoral dissertation, Massachussetts Institute of Technology, 1964
  • "Mission Report of Apollo 14", Co-authored with the NASA Mission Control Team, 1971
  • "Geological Results of Apollo 14 Mission", Co-authored with the USGS Research Team, 1971
  • "An ESP Test from Apollo 14", Journal of Parapsychology, Vol 35, No 1, June 1971
  • "Awareness and Science", paper presented to the 125th meeting of the American Psychiatric Association panel of the APA Task Force on Transcultural Psychiatry, 1972
  • "Consciousness--the Ultimate Enigma", Albert Schmidt lecture, Notre Dame University, College of Science, 1972
  • "Planetary Problems and Planetary Fulfillment", address to the Nightingale-Conant Human Resources Convention, 1972
  • "Awareness in the New Age", address to the Mind Dynamics Convention, 1972
  • "Global Consciousness and the View from Space", Spiritual Frontiers, vol 4, no 4, 1972
  • "Awareness and Science", Science of Mind, January, 1973
  • "Noetics, the Emerging Science of Consciousness", 1973, private printing,
  • "Models of Consciousness", Firing Line, dialogue with William F. Buckley, Jr. 1973
  • "Planetary Problems and their Interrelationships", keynote address, Rotary International Convention, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1973
  • "Death and Consciousness: New Concepts in the Space Age", Philosophical Aspect of Thanatology, Columbia University Press, 1973
  • "Planetary Problems and the View From Space", The Adventurer, 1973
  • "Death and Consciousness", Journal of Altered States of Consciousness, vol 1, No 1, 1973
  • "A New Perspective on Man", The Way of the World, October, 1973
  • "Psychic Exploration, A Challenge for Science", with John White et al, G.P. Putnam & Sons, 1974
  • "Spaceship Earth", article, Science of Mind, January, 1974
  • "Inner Spaces" Edgar Mitchell, host, film and video, Hartley Productions, 1974
  • "The Ultimate Mystery" Edgar Mitchell, host, film and video, Hartley Productions, 1974
  • "Why Scientists take Psychic Research Seriously", interview, Business Week, January, 1974
  • "Consciousness Research, A New Frontier", invited lecture, Harvard University, 1974
  • "The Consciousness of Edgar Mitchell", interview, Human Behavior, January, 1974
  • "Outer Space to Inner Space, an Astronauts Odyssey", interview, Saturday Review, February 22, 1975
  • "Noetics, Outer Space to Inner Space", John Fetzer Lecture, Kalamazoo College, May, 1979
  • "Future Directions in Science", Convocation address, Dedication Ceremonies, University of Akron, September, 1979
  • "Implications of Mind Research", paper, Congressional Clearing House of the Future, U.S. Capitol, December, 1979.
  • "When Foxes Guard the Henhouse", 1987, unpublished manuscript on the deleterious effects of the Strategic Defense Initiative. Excerpts from this manuscript provided to the Office of Technology Assessment, U.S. Congress, during research and debate on SDI.
  • "Consciousness Research and the Paradigm Shift", address, Institute for Consciousness and Physics, Paris, 1991
  • "Change and the New World Order", seminar/workshop series, 1991, presented in numerous sessions of corporate and organizational training.
  • "Edgar Mitchell", interview, Visions magazine, July, 1992
  • "Where to Now", article, Science of Mind, August, 1992, vol 65 No 8.
  • "Paradigm Shift and the Global Dilemma", Buckminster Fuller Lecture, Southern International University, San Diego, CA, January, 1993
  • "Toward Understanding the Source of Values", paper, 4th International Conference on Science and Spirituality, Uxmal, Mexico, January, 1994
  • "The Shifting Needs in Education", workshop, Greater Edmonton Teachers Covention, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, February, 1994
  • "Space and the Environment", television interview on Animal Adventures with Jack Hanna, episode 26, 1994
  • “A Dyadic Model of Consciousness”, invited essay, 1995, World Futures, Vol.46 pp 69-78
  • “The Way of the Explorer” with Dwight Williams, G.P. Putnam’s Sons, New York, 1996; revised edition; Richter, Buenos Aires, 2001
  • “Science and Consciousness Meet!” with Peter Marcer, Ph.D. 1997; Institute of Noetic Sciences Monograph; Report on theory and experiment with the quantum hologram as a mechanism for intuitive and mystical functions.
  • “Space Flight as an Anticipatory Computing System” CASYS ‘99 Third International Conference; 2000 American Institute of Physics 1-56396-933-5/00
  • “Nature’s Mind: The Quantum Hologram”; International Journal of Computing Anticipatory Science, Vol. 7, 2000; pp 295
  • “The Physical Nature of Consciousness” with Peter Marcer, Advances in Consciousness Research, 2001, Vol 19, ISSN 1381-589X
  • “Self-reference, the Dimensionality and Scale of quantum Mechanical Effects, Critical Phenomena and Qualia.”, with Peter Marcer, Walter Schempp, International Journal of Computing Anticipatory Systems, 2002, Vol 13, pp 340-359


Will MillerCommander Miller is a graduate of Virginia Tech, holds a Master’s of Education degree from the College of William & Mary, and a Certificate in National Security Management from the Industrial College of the Armed Forces (ICAF).

He is a former Naval Officer, decorated Vietnam combat veteran, educator, advisor, futurist, and former briefer to U.S. Commanders-in-Chief, and senior Department of Defense (DoD) & White House Staff.

Commander Miller’s diverse positions and accomplishments include:


• Advisor to U.S. Space Command & the Supreme Allied Commander – Atlantic for World-War III, nuclear, technological, and natural disaster planning, survival & COOP.

• Senior Technology Support Officer; US Atlantic Command.

• Senior Analyst in future counter-threat planning, directed-energy weapons, space systems, & Navy space war-gaming; SAIC Corp.

• International Counterdrug Operations, detection & monitoring systems, programs, & technology; U.S. Southern Command.

• With the late Sir Arthur C. Clark and Apollo-14 Astronaut Ed Mitchell, served on an Advisory Board for Space Cooperation & Development. active member of the, the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars. Assistant Governor, Rotary International.

• CDR Miller is the grandson of Elton W. Miller, former Director of Aeronautics for NACA, predecessor of NASA.


CLEARANCES: Held Top Secret Clearance with Special Compartmented Information access – (TS/SCI).

Held Top Secret Clearance with Special Compartmented Information access – (TS/SCI)

Selected Awards

  • Department of “Defense Meritorious Service Medal”
  • Navy Achievement Medal with Combat Valor “V”
  • U.S. Army Commander's “Award for Superior Civilian Service”
  • Knighted – Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem


ABE KrigerAerospace Industry Experience and Accomplishments

• 37 year Career with The Boeing Company as Business Development Executive (25yrs.) structural engineer (12 yrs.) with the following highlights and accomplishments:

• Formulated the concept and played a key role in establishing the Boeing-Russian Space Cooperation Program that led to Boeing being awarded a $ 5.6 billion sole source contract to become the International Space Station Integrator. Established Strategic Relationships with major Russian space organizations.

• Formulated the concept, awarded the contract, and became Program Manager of a multi million dollar Global Nuclear Spent Fuel Storage and Logistics Feasibility Study involving US participation with more than 16 countries. • Established numerous Strategic Relationships in the areas of Space programs, Energy programs, Computer Aided Manufacturing

• Director of New Initiatives for Boeing Missiles and Space Division • Director of Boeing Engineering& Construction Alternative Energy Programs

• Senior structural engineer on the Lunar Orbiter Program, the first spacecraft to photograph the “backside” of the moon.

• 2 ½ year post retirement part time position as Director of Business Development - Boeing Seattle account for Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI)

Mental Health and Affordable Housing Related Experience and Accomplishments (Retirement)

• Founder and Chairman Emeritus of HERO House, a Clubhouse for Psychiatric Rehabilitation located in Bellevue, WA. Activities included a) preparing the Business Plan; b) fundraising; c) hiring Executive Director; d) leasing facility, etc.

• Principal Consultant to NAMI Skagit in planning the “Skagit Peers Connections Centers” which began operations in Mount Vernon, WA on September 2007.

• Awarded Year 2005 King County Exemplary Award for Innovation by the King County Mental Health Division.

• Led proposal preparation leading to the top ranked award ( $ 308,000) in the Year 2006 State of Washington DSHS procurement for Innovative Services in Mental Health

• Led an initiative to use Accessory Dwelling Units as a viable and affordable housing alternative for low income persons affected by serious mental illness

• Past Member of A Regional Coalition for Housing (ARCH) Citizens Advisory Board • Advisor to NAMI Eastside Board of Directors

• Numerous unpublished papers, computer models, etc. developed in support of the above activities.


  • Fictional Novella (River of Life) – Self publication in progress (Feb. 2011)
  • Autobiography – Unpublished (240 pg.) with photographs finished in 2008
  • Extensive technical writing

Educational Background

  • BS – Civil Engineering (University of California at Berkeley- 1958)
  • MS- Structural Engineering (University of Washington- 1963)
  • MBA- Marketing/ Finance (Seattle University Evening Program- 1971)
  • Foreign Languages: Russian and French

Personal Background

  • Born in Shanghai, China (Feb. 1936). Naturalized US citizen
  • Married 50+ years ( Daughter, Son and 3 grandchildren)
  • Tennis player –Past Golf player-Present and future


As the former Minister of Defence of Canada, the Honourable Paul T. Hellyer oversaw the integration and unification of the Royal Canadian Navy, Canadian Army, and the Royal Canadian Air Force into a single organization, the Canadian Forces.

Paul Hellyer is an aeronautical engineer, politician, writer and commentator who has had a long, distinguished and varied career.

Former Minister of Defence, Paul Hellyer is one of Canada’s best known and most controversial and courageous politicians. First elected in 1949, he was the youngest cabinet minister appointed to Louis S. St. Laurent’s government eight years later. He subsequently held senior posts in the governments of Lester B. Pearson and Pierre E. Trudeau. The following year, after achieving the rank of Senior Minister, he was later designated Deputy Prime Minister. He is the longest serving current member of the Privy Council, just ahead of Prince Philip.

Although Hellyer is well known for the unification of the Canadian Armed Forces and also for his 1968 chairmanship of the Task Force on Housing and Urban Development, Hellyer has maintained a life-long interest in macroeconomics.

Hellyer sat in Parliament as an Independent for several years. In 1997, Hellyer formed the Canadian Action Party (CAP) to provide voters with an economic nationalist option following the collapse of the National Party of Canada. Through the years, as a journalist and political commentator, he has continued to fight for economic reforms. He has authored several books including his most recent and important book, Light at the End of the Tunnel: A Survival Plan for the Human Species (2010).

Paul Hellyer was born and raised on a farm near Waterford, Ontario. His extensive business experience includes manufacturing, retailing, construction, land development, tourism and publishing. He has also been active in community affairs including in the arts. His multi-faceted career and expertise in economics, in addition to a near-lifetime in politics, gives Hellyer a rare perspective on what has gone wrong with world economies.

In 1967, Hellyer flew in by helicopter to officially inaugurate an Unidentified Flying Object landing pad in St. Paul, Alberta. The town had built the landing pad as its Canadian Centennial celebration project, and as a symbol of keeping space free from human warfare. The sign beside the pad says:

"The area under the World's First UFO Landing Pad was designated international by the Town of St. Paul as a symbol of our faith that mankind will maintain the outer universe free from national wars and strife. That future travel in space will be safe for all intergalactic beings, all visitors from earth or otherwise are welcome to this territory and to the Town of St. Paul.” In September 2005 he became the first person of cabinet rank in the G8 group of countries to state unequivocally that"

“UFO’s are as real as the airplanes flying overhead.” In 2007, the Ottawa Citizen reported that Hellyer is demanding that world governments disclose alien technology that could be used to solve problems such as that of climate change:
"I would like to see what (alien) technology there might be that could eliminate the burning of fossil fuels within a generation, and that could be a way to save our planet. We need to persuade governments to come clean on what they know. Some of us know they know quite a lot, and it might be enough to save our planet if applied quickly enough!"
"The reality is that extraterrestrial beings have been visiting earth for decades, and probably millennia, and have contributed considerably to our knowledge."
“The United States military are preparing weapons which could be used against the aliens, and they could get us into an intergalactic war without us ever having any warning! ”In recent years he has become more and more interested in the extraterrestrial presence, their superior technology, and the enormous benefits that all could experience from peaceful contact with cosmic cultures.

Paul Hellyer has been one of the most outspoken advocates of our time for the peaceful uses of space, and against the weaponization of space. He is well-respected for having introduced a previous Treaty to ban all space-based weapons.

Today the Honorable Paul Hellyer continues his determined and courageous stance with his call to all UN Nation State leaders to immediately sign and ratify the most vitally important new Treaty, the Outer Space Security and Development Treaty of 2011. This Treaty will ban all space-based weapons and, for the first time EVER in an official Treaty, acknowledge the existence of Cosmic Cultures.

BOOKS authored by the Honorable Paul Hellyer:

  • Agenda, a Plan for Action (1971)
  • Exit Inflation (1981)
  • Jobs for All: Capitalism on Trial (1984)
  • Damn the Torpedoes (1990)
  • Funny Money: A common sense alternative to mainline economics (1994)
  • Surviving the Global Financial Crisis: The Economics of Hope for Generation X (1996)
  • Evil Empire : Globalization's Darker Side (1997)
  • Stop: Think (1999)
  • Goodbye Canada (2001)
  • One Big Party: To Keep Canada Independent (2003)
  • A Miracle in Waiting (2010), update of Surviving the Global Financial Crisis
  • Light at the End of the Tunnel: A Survival Plan for the Human Species (2010)



Councillor Tamsin Williams, beginning in banking and finance and with over 20 years experience in various local government and political positions and through her work in Parliamentary campaigns in Great Britain, is Project Consultant to the Outer Space Security and Development Treaty of 2011, formulating a Plan of Action for it to be signed into world law. Tamsin has also worked as a UFO investigator with well know British UFO groups. She was a founder member of the first British MENSA UFO and Suppressed Technology Special Interest Group in the mid-1990s that published a regular newsletter on UFO phenomena and alternative propulsion.

Well known for her work as a key campaign team member and for her work on the strategic complexities of the political process, Tamsin has delivered and produced important policy in a number of issue areas in real terms. For example, she continually works to raise awareness about the ethical investment of public funds held in local government pension plans, including during the campaign to turn Cornwall into a Green Peninsula.

Tamsin persistently campaigns and organizes to promote healing ventures such as tourism for general well-being. In her local work, Tamsin has contributed PhD level research on the constitutional history of Cornwall and is an active campaigner for Cornish devolution. Among her successes, Cornwall has adopted and supports the International Day of Peace.

Her leadership in anti-bullying has successfully resulted in a strategy started in Cornish schools, which led the way nationally in England towards programs to stop childhood bullying and which raised awareness of the issue at a wider level.

Councillor Williams was formerly the Cornish Liberal Democrat Front Bench spokesperson for Children and Family Services. She is the Children and Young People’s Spokesperson for the far west of Cornwall . She has campaigned locally and nationally on Child Protection issues including with an intention to stop children being held in immigration detention centers. She has published numerous articles on a range of issues, with a particular emphasis on Child Protection Policy, with additional emphasis on the need for more accountability in local, national, and international child welfare social services. One of her most recent works on this subject was published in Local Government First magazine, after devastating cruelty and abuse resulted in the death of an infant, known in the UK as the Baby P Case.

Tamsin is committed to raising awareness of local, national, global, and universal issues including those of geo-engineering, chemtrails and other environmental issues, water, security and peace, children needs, and civil liberties. She has campaigned against the ID Card, and against fluoridation of local water supplies.

Tamsin activates and engages citizens so they can and will help transform policies that will remove restrictions on truth and freedom. An advocate of holding all elected representatives accountable within transparent governments, policies, and actions, Tamsin encourages all people to take ownership of their elected bodies and become empowered by voting and by getting involved in local, national, and international campaigns and issues that are important to them.

Tamsin is also a healer and presently works with healers and practitioners on a project focused upon healing the heart chakra of earth, and on clearing residual pain caused by war. She is a past life researcher, trained as a past life regression therapist/healer. She works with a number of practitioners on the integration of past life aspects and soul fragments into the whole being. She works on DNA activation, clearing and healing karma, and the effects of sexual abuse and rape together with other ascension readiness work. Trained as a remote viewer, Tamsin has utilized this skill in healing work since she is able to ‘see’ inside the body. Her work also focuses on social care and work with Alzheimer’s sufferers, specializing in reminiscence therapy and memory

A true believer in the human ability to create our own reality that includes real peace on earth and in space, Tamsin is committed to the creation of a peaceful world order, where the Indigenous and Cosmic Cultures are officially recognized, and where every child is appreciated, valued and given the essentials for a peaceful, happy, and healthy life. She believes the first step to securing our future is the true valuing of all life where every human being has sufficient food, clean water and housing, education and health care and a future in which we develop a new economy based on green and non-destructive space-age technology. She believes passionately that we can achieve this vision with the application of all of our talents towards preserving our amazing garden planet as we explore the universes in peace.

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