Stephan Schwartz

Stephan Schwartz
California Institute for Human Science

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February 2010 - May 2013
Samueli Institute
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  • Senior Samueli Fellow

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"This paper addresses the central idea of nonlocal consciousness: that all life is interconnected and interdependent, that we are part of a matrix of life, but even more fundamentally than spacetime itself arises from consciousness, not consciousness from spacetime. It is not a new idea. The excavation of burials dating to the Neolithic (≈ 10,200-2...
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This paper reports a preliminary survey of one of humanity's most historic harbors, Alexandria, Egypt. It constitutes one phase of a broader joint land/sea examination of the largest and most famous city to bear Alexander the Great's name. The research overall had two goals: 1.) To resolve locational uncertainties concerning the city's past configu...
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"Most discussions of religion center on dogmas and beliefs, either of a particular religion or a comparison across denomina- tions. I would like to look at religion from the perspective of a consciousness experimentalist, setting aside the dogmas and beliefs. When I look at religion, any religion, as an experimentalist, what I see is a cohort of pe...
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Benjamin Franklin's plan for American society.
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This paper examines what the Covid-19 pandemic has revealed about American healthcare.
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f all the specialty protocols used in remote viewing, none has captured quite so much attention as Asso- ciated (or Associative; originally “Associational”) Remote Viewing (ARV). It is not hard to under- stand why ARV has generated so much interest: you can make money doing it. I did so, turning $5,000 into $150,000; Russell Targ did so, making hun...
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In the fall of 1987 Mobius began fieldwork, under a license from the Bahamian Government, to carry out an archaeological survey in an area of the Grand Bahama Banks encompassing some 579.15 square miles (1500 sq. km). This report compares the Remote Viewing, electronic remote sensing, and visual search process used to locate the wreck site of a pre...
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In almost all discussions of the future that I see, hear, or read, the central theme is the coming crisis of climate change, and, I think, that is appropriate. It is going to take a multi-national coordinated effort to preserve civilization. The only modern precedent I can think of is the allied coordination of World War II, although that scale is...
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This is an interview conducted by Gayle Kimball for her book
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This paper reports the location and reconstruction of a Byzantine structure in the now buried city of Marea along the shores of Lake Maryut, some 44 km southwest of Alexandria, Egypt. A Pharonic trade center that was occupied until the 16th Century, the city has been long abandoned and lies buried around what formerly was the lakeshore. This paper...
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If you follow the news closely, as I do, beneath the criminality and corruption of the present administration, another trend flows like a subterranean river which will render all of the Sturm und Drang of the headlines an epiphenomenon, of little consequence when com- pared to this submerged trend. Water. Whether it is too much, too lit- tle, or th...
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An assessment of the social policies being implemented by New Zealand
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The United States of America, land of the free, home of the brave, has 4.4% of the world’s population and 22% of the people incarcerated. That works out to be 716 men and women per 100,000 of the national population. Compared to other Western democracies the U.S. is grotesquely out of line Denmark is 73 out of 100,000; Nor- way is 72 per 100,000; G...
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A visit to two villages that still share the nineteenth century's conviction that we can communicate with the dead.
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This essay addresses climate change and its impact on culture and society.
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In the fall of 1987 Mobius began fieldwork, under a license from the Bahamian Government, to carry out an archaeological survey in an area of the Grand Bahama Banks encompassing some 579.15 square miles (1500 sq. km). This report compares the Remote Viewing, electronic remote sensing, and visual search process used to locate the wreck site of a pre...
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The Columbus Caravel Project is a multi-phase research program designed to locate and excavate from St. Ann’s Bay, Jamaica the remains of Columbus’ last two ships, Capitana and Santiago de Palos. After an enforced exile, Columbus and his marooned crew were finally rescued. They departed for Hispaniola and Spain, leaving behind two of the oldest rec...
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For almost 200 years, the nature of consciousness has been largely explored from the assumption that it was an as yet not understood neurophysiological process entirely resident in the organism. Its inherent physicality became a canon. From this materialist perspective, moments of genius are genetics and conditioning, spiritual epiphany is delusion...
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This paper discusses the ancient anthropological linkage of water and wine with sacred rituals after these substances have been the focus of nonlocal perturbation. The paper reports the changes produced can be both physical, as well as a subjective aesthetic reaction arising when individuals have a sensorial interaction with such treated substances...
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Something very profound is happening in science, the paradigm is changing. Consciousness as a fundamental, particularly nonlocal non-physiological consciousness, is beginning to attract the interest of a growing number of researchers and physicians because the worldview of materialism is increasingly inconsistent with the reported experimental data...
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An examination of social policies and their effect on achieving social wellness, using Norway and the United States as case studies.
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Through standard techniques of infrared spectrophotometry, sterile water samples in randomly selected sealed vials evidence alteration of infrared (IR) spectra after being prox- imate to the palms of the hands of both Practising and Non-practising Therapy Practitioners, each of whom employed a personal variation of the Laying-on-of-Hands/Therapeuti...
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The Schwartzreport tracks emerging trends that will affect the world, particularly the United States. For EXPLORE it focuses on matters of health in the broadest sense of that term, including medical issues, changes in the biosphere, technology, and policy considerations, all of which will shape our culture and our lives.
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Applied Kinesiology (AK) is a diagnostic technique widely used within the Integrative Medical community. In essence, it posits that a question can be mentally held in a person's mind, sometimes while they are holding a substance like a vitamin, or a food sample, and by measuring relative muscular weakness an answer as to whether the substance or th...
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Guns and Abortion, the two most inflammatory issues in American culture, one, centered in religion, a study in government intrusion; the other a study in laissez faire usually discussed with violent passion in Second Amendment terms. Here is incoming National Rifle Association (NRA) president Jim Porter at his investiture: “… the very reason that t...
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Applied Kinesiology (AK) is a diagnostic technique widely used within the Integrative Medical community. In essence it posits that a question can be mentally held in a person’s mind, sometimes while they are holding a substance like a vitamin, or a food sample, and by measuring relative muscular weakness an answer as to whether the substance or the...
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Stephan A. Schwartz is the editor of the daily Web publication The Schwartzreport (http://www.schwartzreport.net), which concentrates on trends that will shape the future, an area of research he has been working in since the mid-1960s. He is also the Senior Samueli Fellow in Brain, Mind and Healing at the Samueli Institute. For over 35 years Schwar...
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Stephan A. Schwartz is the editor of the daily Web publication The Schwartzreport (http://www.schwartzreport.net), which concentrates on trends that will shape the future, an area of research he has been working in since the mid-1960s. He is also the Senior Samueli Fellow in Brain, Mind and Healing at the Samueli Institute. For over 35 years Schwar...

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An assessment of evidence that it is possible to manipulate people's perception of reality through nonlocal intention.