Stephan A. Schwartz
My life has been spent exploring extraordinary human functioning, and how individuals and small groups can, and have, effected social change. I’ve done this both as an experimentalist in parapsychology, and by being privileged to have been a part of several major social transformations: civil rights in the 1960s, the transformation of the military from an elitist conscription organization to an all-voluntary meritocracy in the 70s, and citizen diplomacy between the United States and the Soviet Union in the 80s and 90s. Both the experiences and the research have convinced me that all life is inter-connected and interdependent.
Stephan A. Schwartz is author of the above and Editor of
The Schwartz Report: trends that will affect your future.
This daily international web publication is in favor of the earth, the
inter-connectedness and interdependence of all life, democracy, liberty,
and things that are life affirming. It also warns readers about actions,
and events that threaten those values.
Stephan is also the Senior Advisor to the Rhine Research Center, and its Director of Research. He is also a columist and Contributing Editor for Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing. His latest book is Opening to the Infinite: The Art & Science of Remote Viewing. He was Editor-in-Chief of Subtle Energies, Associate Editor of Seapower Magazine, Editorial staff member of The National Geographic Magazine, Staff Reporter for The Daily Press and The Times-Herald, Contributing Writer for The Virginian-Pilot, and on the Editorial Advisory Board of Phoenix: New Directions in the Study of Man.
He is coauthor of Virtual States and National Security: A Time for Reappraisal, and author of Therapeutic Intent and the Art of Observation, Dr. Franklin’s Plan, Disease of Distinction, The Last Lynching, A Touch of Warmth: A True Story, Franklin`s Forgotten Triumph: Scientific Testing, The Alexandria Project, The Secret Vaults Of Time: Psychic Archaeology And The Quest For Man’s Beginnings, and Mind Rover: Explorations with Remote Viewing.
Stephan was Project Leader and Research Director of an Expedition to Alexandria, Egypt in 1979–80. This resulted in the first modern mapping of the Eastern Harbor of Alexandria, and the location of numerous shipwrecks covering many centuries, as well as the Emporium and the Timonium, Mark Antony’s palace in Alexandria, the Ptolemaic Palace Complex of Cleopatra, the remains of the Lighthouse of Pharos, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, and a major civic building in the nearby buried city of Marea.
Read his talk The Challenge of Change. Watch his PBS interview! Listen to his interview on the Jeff Rense radio show.