This is a pre-recorded interview with well known remote viewer, award-winning author, distinguished researcher, scientist and futurist, Stephan A. Schwartz.  We discuss remote viewing, nonlocal consciousness and his award-winning fiction book AWAKENING which features the rescue of an alien from a hidden military facility. 

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Stephan A. Schwartz Curriculum Vitae

Stephan A. Schwartz is a Distinguished Consulting Faculty of Saybrook University, and a BIAL fellow. He is an award-winning author of both fiction and non-fiction, columnist for the medical and consciousness research journal Explore, and editor of the daily web publication Schwartzreport.net in he covers trends that are affecting the future. His other academic and research appointments include: Senior Samueli Fellow for Brain,

Mind and Healing of the Samueli Institute; founder and Research Director of the Mobius laboratory; Executive Director of the Rhine Research Center; and Senior Fellow of The Philosophical Research Society. Government appointments include: Special Assistant for Research and Analysis to the Chief of Naval Operations, consultant to the Oceanographer of the Navy, member of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Secretary of Defense study Group on Innovation, Technology, and the Future. He has also been editorial staff member of National Geographic, Editor of Sea Power. And staff reporter and feature writer for The Daily Press and The Times Herald. For 40 years he has been studying the nature of consciousness, particularly that aspect independent of space and time. Schwartz is part of the small group that founded modern Remote Viewing research, and is the principal researcher studying the use of Remote Viewing in archaeology. Using Remote Viewing he discovered Cleopatra’s Palace, Marc Antony’s Timonium, ruins of the Lighthouse of Pharos, and sunken ships along the California coast, and in the Bahamas. He also uses remote viewing to examine the future. Since 1978, he has been getting people to remote view the year 2050, and out of that

has come a complex trend analysis, so successful it has been extended to a second research project focused on the year 2060. His submarine experiment, Deep Quest, helped determine that consciousness is not an electromagnetic phenomenon. Other areas of experimental study include research into long term trend analysis in a wide range of areas, creativity, meditation, and Therapeutic Intent/Healing. He is the author of more than 150 technical reports and published academic papers, 24 chapters, prefaces, and forwards of academic books in 8 disciplines: anthropology, archaeology, psychology, medicine, finance, chemistry, parapsychology, and American history. In addition to his academic writing he has written numerous magazine articles for Smithsonian,
OMNI, American History, American Heritage, The Washington Post, The New York Times, Huffington Post, Virginia-Pilot, Daily Press, and the Times Herald as well as other magazines and newspapers. He is the recipient of the Parapsychological Association Outstanding Contribution Award, OOOM Magazine (Germany) 100 Most Inspiring People in the World award, and the 2018 Albert Nelson Marquis Award for Outstanding Contributions. He has produced and written a number television documentaries, including Psychic Detectives ABC, Psychic Sea Hunt NBC, the series Report from the Unknown, MCA/Universal, It’s A Small World USIA, and has written four non-fiction books: The Secret Vaults of Time, The Alexandria Project, Mind Rover, Opening to the

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Infinite, and his latest, The 8 Laws of Change, winner of the 2016 Nautilus Book Award for Social Change, as well as three novels, Awakening – A Novel of Aliens and Consciousness Winner of the Book Excellence Award for Literary Excellence, The Vision – A Novel of Time and Consciousness, 2018, and The Amish Girl – A Novel of Death and Consciousness, 2019.. He is listed in: Who’s Who in the World, Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in the West, Who’s Who in Healthcare and Medicine.

Academic and Research Appointments:

Fellow of the William James Center for Consciousness Studies, Sofia University (2018- 2019)
Distinguished Consulting Faculty, Saybrook University (2014 to present)
Senior Samueli Fellow for Brain, Mind and Healing. Samueli Institute. (2010 to 2013) Scholar-in-Residence, Atlantic University (2007-2008)

BIAL Fundacao Fellow (2006 -2010), (2019-2021)
Research Associate, Cognitive Sciences Laboratory of the Laboratories for Fundamental Research (1997 2005);
Executive Director, The Rhine Research Center (2005 to 2006);
Public Spokesperson, Parapsychological Association (1996 to present);
Chairman and Research Director of The Mobius Society, (1977-1992);
Visiting Professor at John F. Kennedy University (1981-1983);
Senior Fellow of the Philosophical Research Society (1976-1979).

Government Appointments:

Special Assistant for Research and Analysis to the Chief of Naval Operations under Admirals Zumwalt and Holloway (Certificate of Commendation) (1971-1975); Consultant to the Oceanographer of the Navy (1973-76);
Member, The Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Secretary of Defense Discussion Group on Innovation, Technology and Society (1971-1975).

Government writing (speeches, congressional testimony, and articles) for:

Admiral Elmo Zumwalt, Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral James Holloway, Chief of Naval Operations, Richard M. Nixon, President
James Schlesinger, Secretary of Defense

John Warner, both as Secretary of the Navy and as Chairman of the Bicentennial Commission.

Scholarly Editorships:

Columnist, Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing;
Editor-in-Chief, Subtle Energies (Journal of the International Society for Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine);
Editorial Board, Phoenix: New Directions in the Study of Man (Journal of the
Association for Transpersonal Anthropology).

Book Editorships:

Is Consciousness Primary? Ed. Stephan A. Schwartz, Marjorie Woolacott, Gary E, Schwartz AAPS Press: Battle Ground, WA, 2020.

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The Matrix of Consciousness. Ed. Bob Good, with Dean Radin, Stephan A. Schwartz, Titus

Rivas, and Cathie Hill. IASOR Press, 2020

Columnist:

Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing (2005 to present)

General Circulation Editorships and Staff Writing:

Editor – www.Schwartzreport.net
Associate Editor, Seapower Magazine,
Editorial staff member, The National Geographic Magazine, Staff Reporter, The Daily Press ,
Staff Reporter, The Times-Herald; and,
Contributing Writer, The Virginian-Pilot.
Editorial Advisory Board, Intuition Magazine

Editorial Boards

Member Editorial Board EC Psychology and Psychiatry Journal
Member Editorial Board Current Research Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities

Expeditions:

• Grand Bahamas Banks, Project Leader and Research Director (1987-88), location of the Brig Leander and 18 other wreck sites;
• Jamaica, Team leader, Institute for Nautical Archaeology expedition (1985), survey of St. Ann’s Bay.

• Lake Erie (1984), location of the cargo vessel Dean Richmond.
• Alexandria, Egypt, Project Leader and Research Director (1979-80), resulted in the first modern mapping of the Eastern Harbour 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;
• Santa Catalina Island off the coast of California (1977), location of a previously unknown coaster cargo vessel.

Books:
Non-fiction:
The 8 Laws of Change, Inner Traditions Bear & Co. Rochester, VT, 2015 (Winner of the Nautilus Book Award for Social Change)
Opening to the Infinite, Nemoseen, Budha, TX, 2007;
Mind Rover, Nemoseen Press, Budha, TX, 2001;
The Alexandria Project, Delacorte: New York, 1983, Revised and reissued, The Author’s Guild: New York, 2000;
The Secret Vaults of Time, Grosset & Dunlap: New York, 1978. Revised and reissued, The Author’s Guild: New York 2000. Selected for The Classics of Consciousness Series, edited by Russell Targ. Hampton Roads: Charlottesville, 2005.

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Fiction:

Awakening — A Novel of Aliens and Consciousness (Greenwood Press, 2017) (Winner of the 2018 Book Excellence Award for Literary Excellence)
The Vision — A Novel of Time and Consciousness (Greenwood Press, 2018)
The Amish Girl — A Novel of Death and Consciousness (Greenwood Press, 2019)

Book Chapters:

Mind Rover: Exploration With Nonlocal Consciousness in, Is Consciousness Primary? ed. Stephan A. Schwartz, Marjorie Woollacott, Gary E. Schwartz. AAPS Press: Battle Gound, Wa., 2020.
Explorations in the Non-Local, in Mysteries of Reality: Dialogues with Visionary Scientists. Ed. Gayle Kimball. IFF Press, 2021.

Nonlocal Consciousness and the Anthropology of Religion, in A Greater Reality. Ed. Rey Hernandez, Consciousness and Contact Research Institute, 2020.
Nonlocal Consciousness and the Anthropology of Religions and Spiritual Practices, The Oxford Handbook of Psychology and Spirituality, ed. Lisa Miller, Oxford: Oxford University Press, (in press, 2021).

Wellbeing in Beyond Fear and Rage: New Light from the Frontiers of Science and Spirituality. ed. Ervin Laszlo. Laszlo Institute, 2106.
A Reality Based on Consciousness in What is Reality: The New Map of Cosmos and Consciousness. ed. Ervin Laszlo. Select Books: New York, 2016. pp. 125-148.

Science, Shamanism, and Climate Change in The Impact of Rolling Thunder, Inner Traditions Bear & Co., 2016 .
Six Protocols, Neuroscience, and Near Death: An Emerging Paradigm Incorporating Nonlocal Consciousness in Mysteries of Consciousness. ed. Ingrid Fredriksson. McFarland: Jefferson, NC , 2015.
Through Time and Space: The Evidence for Remote Viewing in The Evidence for
Psi. ed. Damien Broderick and Ben Groetzel. McFarland: New York, 2015.
Explorations in the Infinite, in Men and Women of Parapsychology, Personal Reflections. ed. Rosemarie Pilkington. Esprit: San Antonio, TX, 2013, pp.307-341
The Mist Wolf in The Voice of Rolling Thunder – A Medicine Man’s Wisdom for Walking the Red Road. eds. Sidian Morning Star Jones and Stanley Krippner. Bear & Co.: Rochester, VT, 2013, pp.41-58 .
Nonlocality, Intention, and Observer Effects in Healing Studies: Laying a Foundation for the Future, Chpt 34 in The Oxford Handbook of Psychology and Spirituality. ed. Lisa J. Miller. Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2012.
Unconscious Decisions Have Consequences, in A Fuller View: Buckminster Fuller’s Vision. ed. L. Steven Sieden. Michael Weis: Studio City, CA, 2011, pp. 95-100.
Dimensions of Consciousness in Radiant Minds. ed. J. Millay, Doyle, CA, 2010. Chptr 8. The Antique Road Show: How Denier Movements Critique Evolution, Climate Change, and Nonlocal Consciousness. In Debating psychic experiences: Human potential or human illusion? eds. S. Krippner and H. Friedman. Praeger: Santa Barbara, CA:, 2010.
Nonlocality and Exceptional Experiences: A Study of Genius, Religious Epiphany, and the Psychic. In Advances in Parapsychological Research Volume 9. ed. S. Krippner. New York: Plenum Press, 2010.
World History McGraw Hill: New York, 2001.

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A Touch of Warmth in Hot Chocolate for the Mystical Soul Plume/Penguin: New York, 1998;
Genius in Introduction to Creativity. Copley: New York, 1994.
Project Deep Quest in Stories from Omni. Little Brown: New York, 1984.

Marea in Stories from Omni. Little Brown: New York, 1984.

Book Introductions, Forewords, and Prefaces:

Schwartz S. Foreword. Quantum Agriculture: Biodynamics and Beyond by Hugh Lovel. Quantum: Blairsville, GA, 2014
Schwartz S. A Matter of Proof, Foreword, The Reality of ESP by Russell Targ. Quest Books: Wheaton Il., 2012

Schwartz S. Introduction, One White Crow by George McMullen Hampton Roads: Norfolk, 1993;
Schwartz S. Introduction, The Psychic Detective by Cohn Wilson. Mercury: San Francisco, 1984.

Film, Video, DVDs and CDs:

A Feast of Stars (producer, writer, director Nemoseen Media and Storydome Productions, 2012) Looking into Your Future (producer, presenter, Nemoseen Media, 2008)
Meditation (producer, presenter, Nemoseen Media, 2008)
Hamonic Healing (producer, presenter, Nemoseen Media, 2008)

Remote Viewing: The Gold Standard Course (producer and writer, Nemoseen Media, 2004) Remote Viewing Through Time and Space (producer and writer, Nemoseen Media, 2004) Traveling Through Time and Space (producer and writer, 2004)
Remote Viewing (producer, writer, and narrator, Nemoseen Media, 2003)

Before the Beginning (producer, writer, and narrator, Nemoseen Media, 2003)
Healing (producer, writer, and narrator, Nemoseen Media, 2003)
2050 (producer, writer, and narrator, Nemoseen Media, 2003)
Reflections on Vatican II (PBS Special, Advisory Board, Leech Communications, 1998); Mind Over Matter (MCA/Universal series, executive producer and writer, Clearlight Productions, 1991);

Interspecies Communications (MCA/Universal, executive producer and writer, Clearlight Productions, 1991);
Crop Circles (MCA/Universal, executive producer and writer, Clearlight Productions, 1991);

Psychic Detectives (MCA/Universal, executive producer and writer, Clearlight Productions, 1991);
Healing (MCA/Universal, executive producer and writer, Clearlight Productions, 1991); Psychic Detectives (ABC network prime time special, executive producer and writer, Clearlight Productions, 1989);

The Alexandria Project (documentary, expedition leader, executive producer and writer, Mobius Productions, 1981);
Project Deep Quest (syndicated series, expedition leader, producer and writer, Alan Landsburg Productions, 1977).

Conversations at the Smithsonian: Innovation, Technology and the Future (three-part series, writer and host, Smithsonian Institution, 1973);

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National Treasures (documentary, writer, USIA Productions, 1972);
It’s a Small World (documentary, writer, USIA Productions, 1971); and,
Master of the House (feature, co-writer, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1965).

Peer-reviewed Journals, Proceedings, and Technical Reports:

Social Values, Social Outcomes, Social Transformation and Future Trend Analysis Research:
Schwartz, SA. “The Challenge and the Promise of Anomalous Research.” Subtle Energies. vol. 1 no. 2 1990. pp.iv-x.

Schwartz, SA. “Kuhn, Context, and Revolution.” Subtle Energies. vol. 1 no 3. 1991. pp iv- ix.
Schwartz, SA. “The New Covenant Process: America’s Opportunity to Establish a Critical Consensus for the 90s and Beyond.” In Blueprint for Presidential Transition. Section. IV – Citizen Participation and Public Consensus. (The Blue Print for Presidential Transition Project: Los Angeles, 30 October 1992). An edited version appeared under the same title in

The New Paradigm Digest. Vol. 1. No. 4. Winter 1992. pp. 63-64.
Schwartz, SA. “A Soldier in the Sensoid Wars: Observations From 25 Years on Both Sides of the Battlefield. Media and Science.” Proceedings. Annual Meetings of the Parapsychology Association, 1996.
Schwartz, SA. “NIH and the Harkin Directive: Subtle Energies and Social Policy.”Proceedings.
Annual Meetings of the Society for the Anthropology of Consciousness. 1997.
Schwartz, SA. “An American Profile.” Explore (NY). 2005 Sep;1(5):338-9. PMID: 16781563.
Schroll M and Schwartz SA Whither Psi and Anthropology? An Incomplete History of SAC’s Origins, Its Relationship with Transpersonal Psychology and the Untold Stories of Castaneda’s Controversy. Anthropology of Consciousness 16:1, 6-24 2005.
Schwartz, SA. “Death on the Wing.” Explore (NY). 2005 Nov;1(6):433-6. PMID: 16781587.
Schwartz, SA. “A Chinese Puzzle.” Explore (NY). 2006 Jan;2(1):17-8. PMID: 16781603. Schwartz, SA. “Homo Superiorus.” Explore (NY). 2006 Mar;2(2):106-8. PMID: 16781623.
Schwartz, SA. “A Different Kind of Woman.” Explore (NY). 2006 May;2(3):198-9. PMID: 16781641.
Schwartz, SA. “The Hot and Cold of Success.” Explore (NY). 2006 Jul-Aug;2(4):302-3. PMID: 16846817.
Schwartz, SA. “A Soldier in the Sensoid Wars.” Explore (NY). 2006 Sep-Oct;2(5):394-8. PMID: 16979101.
Schwartz, SA. “Disease of Distinction.” Explore (NY). 2006 Nov-Dec;2(6):515-9. PMID: 17113492.
Schwartz, SA. “Where were you?” Explore (NY). 2006 Nov-Dec;2(6):486-7. PMID: 17113488
Schwartz, SA. “Water…Water… Hot and Salty.” Explore (NY) 2007 Jan-Feb;3(1):11-2. PMID: 17234562.
Schwartz, SA. “And Nary a Drop to Drink.” Explore (NY) 2007 Mar-Apr;3(2):95-7.

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PMID: 17362844.
Schwartz, SA. “The Governator and the New States Rights.” Explore (NY). 2007 July/August 2007, Vol. 3, No. 4. PMID: 17681255.
Schwartz, SA. “The Neuron Strategy.” Explore (NY) 2007 September/October. PMID: 17905354.
Schwartz SA. “By the numbers.” Explore (NY). 2007 Nov-Dec;3(6):558-60. PMID: 18005907.
Schroll MA and Schwartz SA. Whither Psi and Anthropology? An Incomplete History of SAC’s Origins, Its Relationship with Transpersonal Psychology and the Untold Stories of Castaneda’s Controversy. Anthropology of Consciousness 16:1:6-24 8 Jan 2008.
Schwartz SA. “Giving.” Explore (NY). 2008 Nov-Dec;4(6):357-8. PMID: 18984546 Schwartz SA. “Good news and a debt of gratitude.” Explore (NY). 2008 Sep- Oct;4(5):300-1. PMID:
18775399.
Schwartz SA. “Willful ignorance.” Explore (NY). 2008 Jul-Aug;4(4):232-4. PMID: 18602615.
Schwartz SA. “Leverage point.” Explore (NY). 2008 May-Jun;4(3):168-9. PMID: 18466846.
Schwartz SA. “An arrow through time.” Explore (NY). 2008 Mar-Apr;4(2):95-100. PMID: 18316052.
Schwartz SA. “The beingness doctrine.” Explore (NY). 2008 Jan-Feb;4(1):15-7. PMID: 18194786.
Schwartz SA. Genius. Explore (NY). 2009 Jan-Feb;5(1):16-9. PMID: 19114259
Schwartz SA. Migration. Explore (NY). 2009 Mar-Apr;5(2): PMID: 19272578
Schwartz SA. mind-body and the social dimension. Explore (NY). 2009 May- Jun;5(3):142-5. PMID: 19409361.
Reprinted: Connections Summer 20010 pp. 8-12
Schwartz SA. The Gift: Benjamin Franklin and the Creation of Micro-lending and American Philanthropy. Invited Paper Society for the History of the Early American Republic (SHEAR) annual meetings. Springfield, IL. 17 July 2009.
Schwartz SA. The illness profit industry and national security. Explore (NY). 2009 Jul- Aug;5(4):197-9. PMID: 19608109
Schwartz SA. The Vanishing Middle Class. Explore (NY). 2009 Nov-Dec; 5(6):327- 9.PMID: 19913758.
Schwartz SA. Mr South Whidbey, Globalization, and the Worship of Profit. Explore (NY). 2010 Jan;6(1):15-6. PMID: 20129307.
Schwartz SA. The Denier Movements Critique Evolution, Climate Change, and NonlocalConsciousness Explore. May 2010 (Vol. 6, Issue 3, Pages 135-142)
Schwartz SA. Nonlocal Linkage and the Social Dimension. Explore. (NY). 2009 Jul- Aug;5(4):197-9. PMID: 20362264.
Schwartz SA. The Breakdown of Ecosystems, and the Social Devastation That Must Inevitably Follow.
Explore. September/October 2010, Vol. 6, No. 5. pp. 293-294.
Schwartz SA. Healing the Seas – Acknowledging the Impact of Humans on the World Ocean. Explore. November 2010, Vol. 6, Issue 6, pp. 349-351.
Schwartz SA. A Portrait of American Societal Health. Explore. January 2011, Vol. 7, Issue 1, pp. 8-12.

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Schwartz SA. The Perfect storm, The Rise of Localism, and its Effects on National Wellness. Explore. Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 9-11, January 2012
Schwartz SA. Social Values, Social Wellness: Can We Know What Works? Explore. Volume 8 Issue 2, Pages 89-91, March 2012

Schwartz SA. The Vagina Battles and National Wellness. Explore.Volume 8, Issue 3 , Pages 154-157, May 2012
Schwartz SA. A Calculation of National Wellness. Explore. Volume 8, Issue 4 , Pages 220- 222, July 2012.

Schwartz SA. Climate Change and Willful Ignorance. Explore. Volume 8, Issue 5 , Pages 268-270, September 2012.
Schwartz SA. The Great Experiment: Genetically Modified Organisms, Scientific Integrity, and National Wellness. Explore. Volume 9, Issue 1, Pages 12-16, January 2013. Schwartz SA. The Transformation of the American Food System, and Its Effects on Wellness. Explore. The Journal of Science and Healing. Volume 9, Issue 4, Pages 206-210, July 2013.

Schwartz SA. Gun Deaths, The Invisible Epidemic, by the Numbers. Explore. Volume 9, Issue 5, Pages 274-276, September 2013.
Schwartz S. At the Cost of Your Life: Social Value, Social Wellness. Explore. Volume 9, Issue 6 , Pages 351-354, November 2013.

Schwartz S, The Heart of the Matter—The Deeper Meaning of Healing. Explore. Vol. 10, Issue 1, p10–12. December, 2013
Schwartz S. Suffer the Little Children: A Painful Truth. Explore. Vol. 10, Issue 2, p78–80 December 2013

Schwartz S. From One to the Many: The Social Implications of Nonlocal Perception. Explore. Vol. 10, Issue 3, p146–149. February 27 2014
Schwartz S. Quotidian Choices. Explore. Vol. 10, Issue 4, p 222–224. April 28 2014 Schwartz S. Wellness as the First Priority. Explore. Vol. 10, Issue 5, p 281–283. July 2 2014

Schwartz S. The Psychophysiology of Politics. Explore. Vol. 10, Issue 6, p 354–357. August 26 2014
Schwartz S. Two Roads Converged in a Yellowing Wood. Explore. Volume 11, Issue 2, p. 85-88. March 2015.

Schwartz S. A Strategy by Which to Face the Future. Explore. Vol. 11, Issue 3, p 177– 179. February 26 2015
Schwartz, S. Water is Destiny. Explore. Vol. 11, Issue 5, p342–345. July 3 2015 Schwartz S. A Tale of Two Countries, and A Question. Explore. Vol. 11, Issue 6, p 430– 432. August 26 2015

Schwartz S. Childhood, Wellness, and Nonlocal Consciousness. Explore. Vol. 12, Issue 2, p 86–89
December 18 2015
Schwartz S. Water is Destiny. Explore. Vol. 11, Issue 5, p342–345. July 3, 2015 Schwartz S. A Tale of Two Countries, and A Question. Explore. Vol. 11, Issue 6, p430– 432, August 26, 2015

Schwartz S. Science, Death, and Consciousness. Explore. Vol. 12, Issue 1, p15–17, October 29, 2015.
Schwartz S. Childhood, Wellness, and Nonlocal Consciousness. Vol. 12, Issue 2, p86–89, December 18, 2015

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Schwartz S. American Healthcare: A Profile in Shortages. Explore. Vol. 12, Issue 3, p167–170 March 2, 2016
Schwartz S. A Thought Experiment in Wellness: Suppose the United States Matched Norway. Explore. Vol. 12, Issue 4, p233–236, April 20, 2016.

Schwartz S. The Wellness Theorem: A Test of the Hypothesis. Explore. Vol. 12, Issue 5, p310–313, June 30, 2016.
Schwartz S. America’s Deadly Opioid Epidemic From Which Everyone But the Users Profits. Explore. July-August 2017, Vol. 13, Issue 4, pp. 240-242.

Schwartz S. America’s White Supremacy Crisis. Explore. September-October 2017, Vol. 13, Issue 5, pp.293-297.
Schwartz S. The Oncoming Challenge of Homo Superior. Explore, 2017, Vol. 13, Issue 6, pp. 364-366.

Schwartz S. Climate Change, Wellbeing, and Carbon. Explore, January-February 2018, Vol. 14, Issue 1, pp15-18.
Schwartz S. War, Climate Change and Migration. Explore. May-June-2018, Vol. 14, Issue 3, pp. 172-176.

Schwartz S. Why Doesn’t America Like Its Children? Explore, Volume 14, Issue 5, September 2018, Pages 324-328.
Schwartz S. Citation:
Stephan A Schwartz. “The Role of Nonlocal Consciousness in Creativity and Social Change.” EC Psychology and Psychiatry 7.10 (2018), pp. 665-678.

Schwartz S. Life, Death, and Financial Inequality Explore, Volume 15, Issue 1, January– February 2019, Pages 9-12.
Schwartz S. Impressions of Shanghai Explore, Volume 15, Issue 2, March–April 2019, Pages 90-94

Schwartz S. Psychiatry, Psychology, and Climate Change. EC Psychiatry and Psychology, Vol. 8, No. 7, 2019
Schwartz S. “How Would You Like to Spend the Day With Buckminster Fuller?” Explore. May/June 2019, Vo. 15, No. 3, pp: 178-180.

Schwartz S. The Gulag: America’s Moral Cancer. Explore. July/August 2019.
Schwartz S. The Test. Explore. Volume 15, Issue 5, September–October 2019, Pages 332-333. doi.org/10.1016/j.explore.2019.07.005.
Schwartz S. Water, Healthcare, and Destiny. Explore November-December 2019. doi.org/10.1016/j.explore.2019.08.017
Schwartz S. Covid-19 and The Documented Failure of the American Illness Profit System — We Have to Stop Treating our Doctors, Nurses, Healthcare Workers, and Ourselves this Way. Explore, May 2020.
Schwartz S. Climate change, Covid-19, preparedness, and consciousness
Explore. Volume 16, Issue 3May–June 2020, Pages 141-144.
Schwartz S. What would the world be like if the matrix of consciousness were recognized? Explore. Volume 16, Issue 2 March–April 2020, Pages 81-84.
Schwartz S. The transformation – nonlocal consciousness becomes a fundamental in our reality. Explore. Volume 16, Issue 1, January–February 2020 Pages 9-11.
Climate Change, Covid-19, preparedness, and consciousness. Explore. Volume 18, Issue 3, May-June 2020. Pages 141-144.

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Covid-19 and the documented failure of the American illness profit system — We have to stop treating our doctors, nurse, healthcare workers, and ourselves this way. Explore. Volume 16 Issue 4, July-August 2020. Pages 210-213.
Schwartz S. Life, Death, Hurricanes, Covid-19, and American Financial Inequality. Journal of Accounting and Finance. Vol 40 No. 4 2020 (in press).

Schwartz S. Police Brutality and Racism in America. Explore. Volume 16 Issue 5, September-October 2020.

Exceptional Human Performance Research:

Schwartz, SA. “Deep Quest: An Experiment in Deep Ocean Psychic Archaeology and Distant Viewing.” Invited Paper. Annual Meetings of the Southwestern Anthropology Association/ the Association for Transpersonal Anthropology. March 1978.
Schwartz, SA. “Associated Remote Viewing: A Protocol for Using Remote Viewing for Event Prediction.” Annual Meetings of the Southwestern Anthropology Association/ Association for Transpersonal Anthropology. April 1979.

Schwartz, SA. “Project Deep Quest: A Prototype Experiment in the Application of Intuitively Derived Data in Marine Archaeology.” Invited Paper. American Society for Psychical Research. January 1979.
Schwartz, SA. “The Use of Intuitionally Derived Data in Archaeological Fieldwork.” Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Anthropological Association/Association for Transpersonal Anthropology, 10 March 1980.

Schwartz, SA. with Side-scan Sonar Survey by Harold E. Edgerton. “A Preliminary Survey of the Eastern Harbour, Alexandria, Egypt Combining Both Technological and Extended Sensing Exploration.” Annual Meetings of the Society for Underwater Archaeology. 11 January 1980.

Schwartz, SA. “The Ecuador Project: Remote Viewing in the Location and Reconstruction of a Pre-Columbian Site in Ecuador.” Mobius Technical Report, 1980. Schwartz, SA. “The Marea Probe: An Experiment in Applied Parapsychology involving the Location, Reconstruction, and Excavation of a Byzantine Structure – Marea, Egypt.” Invited Paper. Annual Meetings of The American Research Center in Egypt. De Young Museum. 14 April 1980.
Schwartz, SA. “A Case Study of Intuitive Remote Sensing in Archaeological Seriation.” Annual Meetings of the Southwestern Anthropology Association/ Association for Transpersonal Anthropology. 14 April 1980.
Schwartz, SA. “A Field Methodology for Collecting and Evaluating the Psychic Readings of Shamans and Fortune Tellers, Including a Case Study with Precognitive Aspects.” Annual Meetings of the Southwestern Anthropology Association/the Association for Transpersonal Anthropology. April 1981.
Schwartz, SA. “Preliminary Report on a Prototype Applied Parapsychological Methodology for Utilization in Archaeology, with a Case Report.” Research in Parapsychology 1981, Eds. William G. Roll, Robert L Morris, and Rhea White (Scarecrow: Metuchen, N.J. & London, 1982. pp. 25-27.
Schwartz, SA. First Steps in Application Methodologies. Proceedings: Symposium on Applications of Anomalous Phenomena. November 1983.
Schwartz, SA. with De Mattei, RJ. “The Mobius Psi-Q Test: Preliminary Findings.” Research in Parapsychology 1982, Eds. William G. Roll, John Beloff, and Rhea White Scarecrow: Metuchen, N.J. & London, 1983). pp. 103-105.

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Schwartz, SA. “The Past is Prologue: The Exploration of a New Context for Parapsychology.” Research in Parapsychology 1982, Eds. William G. Roll, John Beloff, and Rhea White Scarecrow: Metuchen, N.J. & London, 1983. pp. 256-257.
Schwartz, SA. “Applied and Laboratory Psi Research.” Research in Parapsychology 1984, Eds. Rhea White and Jerry Solfvin (Scarecrow: Metuchen, N.J. & London, 1985). p. 122. Schwartz, SA. “First Steps in Application Methodologies for Parapsychology.” Invited Paper. Proceedings: Symposium on Applications of Anomalous Phenomena. 30 November – 1 December 1983.
Schwartz SA. Numinosity, Entropy, Intention, and Remote Viewing: Three Variables Subject to Manipulation. Invited Paper. Proceedings of Neuroscience and Consciousness conference. Seattle. 17-19 March 1983.
Schwartz, SA. “Hidden Agendas in Parapsychology.” Research in Parapsychology 1984, Eds. Rhea White and Jerry Solfvin. (Scarecrow: Metuchen, N.J. & London, 1985). pp. 104- 105.
Schwartz, SA. with De Mattei, R., and Schlitz, M. “The Pecos Project: Reconstruction of Life in a Southwestern Indian Village Along the Lower Pecos River, Circa 8th Century A.D.” American Anthropology Association Annual Meetings 1984.
Schwartz, SA. “Remote Viewing: An Applications-Oriented Perspective for Anthropology.” Invited Paper in A Summary of Data and Theories from Parapsychology Relevant to Psychological Anthropology. 84th Annual Meeting American Anthropology Association. 1985.
Schwartz, SA. “Applications of Remote Viewing: Two Cases in Archaeology.” Invited paper. Proceedings. Institute for Theoretical Problems (Moscow). 1986
Schwartz, SA. De Mattei,R., Brame, E. and Spottiswoode, J. “Infrared Spectra Alteration in Water Proximate to the Palms of Therapeutic Practitioners.” Research in Parapsychology 1986, Eds. Debra H. Weiner and Roger D. Nelson. (Scarecrow: Metuchen, N.J. & London, 1987,). pp. 24-29.
Schwartz, S. and De Mattei, R. “The Caravel Project.” Research in Parapsychology 1987, Eds.Debra H. Weiner and Roger D. Nelson. (Scarecrow: Metuchen, N.J. & London, 1988). pp.100-101.
Schwartz, SA. De Mattei,R., Brame, E. and Spottiswoode, J. “Infrared Spectra Alteration in Water Proximate to the Palms of Therapeutic Practitioners.” Invited Paper. Annual Meetings of the Society for Scientific Exploration 1987.
Schwartz, SA. and De Mattei, R. with independent archaeological evaluation by Roger Smith, (Institute for Nautical Archaeology) “Remote Viewing and the Search for Columbus’ Lost Caravels.” Conference on Underwater Archaeology/Society of Historic Archaeology Annual Meetings 1987.
Schwartz, SA. De Mattei,R., Brame, E. and Spottiswoode, J. “Infrared Spectra Alteration in Water Proximate to the Palms of Therapeutic Practitioners.” Proceedings. Annual Meetings of The Association of American Chemical Societies. 1988.
Schwartz, SA. De Mattei, R., Brame, E. and Spottiswoode, J. “Infrared Spectra Alteration in Water Proximate to the Palms of Therapeutic Practitioners.” Invited paper. Proceedings. Popov Institute (Moscow) 1989.
Schwartz, SA. and De Mattei, R. “The Discovery of an American Brig: Fieldwork Involving Applied Archaeological Remote Viewing.” Research in Parapsychology 1988, Eds. Linda A. Henkel and Rick E. Berger. (Scarecrow: Metuchen, N.J. & London, 1989). pp. 73-78.

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Schwartz, SA. and De Mattei, R. “The Discovery of an American Brig: Fieldwork Involving Applied Archaeological Remote Viewing, Including a Comparison with Side Scan Sonar and Satellite Imagery.” Proceedings. Conference on Underwater Archaeology/Society of Historic Archaeology Annual Meetings. 1989

Schwartz, SA. “Therapeutic Intent and the Art of Observation.” Subtle Energies. Vol. 1. No. 1 pp. ii-viii. 1990.
Schwartz, SA. De Mattei, R., Brame, E. and Spottiswoode, J. “Infrared Spectra Alteration in Water Proximate to the Palms of Therapeutic Practitioners.” Subtle Energies. vol. 1. no.1. pp 43-73. 1990.

Schwartz, SA. “Anomalous Research and Strategies for Change.” Invited Paper. Proceedings. TREAT VI Conference. March 1993
Schwartz, SA. “Intuition and Creativity.” Invited paper. Proceedings of the Global Intuition Network Conference at the East-West Center. May 1994.

Schwartz, SA. “The Eastern Harbor of Alexandria, Egypt: A 16 Year Case Study in Science, the Media, and the Anomalous.” Invited paper. 16th Annual Meeting of the Society for Scientific Exploration. 1997.
Schwartz, SA. “Effect of retroactive intercessory prayer. Correspondents showed misapprehension of principle.” BMJ. 2002 Apr 27;324(7344):1038. PMID: 11977264 Schwartz, SA. “Remote Viewing: The History of an Idea.” Invited paper. 22nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Scientific Exploration, 2003.

Schwartz, SA. “The Realm of the Will.” Explore (NY). 2005 May;1(3):198-207. PMID: 16781531.
Schwartz, SA. “The Blind Protocol and its Place in Consciousness Research.” Explore (NY). 2005

Jul;1(4):284-9. PMID: 16781550.
Schwartz SA and Dossey L. “Observations on Prayer and Intention Studies: Laying a Foundation for the Future.” Explore, 2009
Schwartz SA, Utts J, Spottiswoode J, Shade C, Tully L, Morris, W, and Nachman, G. A Study to Assess the Validity of Applied Kinesiology (AK) as a Diagnostic Tool and as a Nonlocal Proximity Effect.
Proceedings, Parapsychological Association Meetings, 2009).
Presented as selected paper, Parapsychological Association annual meetings, Seattle, WA. 17 July 2009, and as a selected paper at the BIAL Foundation Conference, Porto, Portugal. 8 April 2010.
Schwartz SA. A Secret in Plain Sight: Mediation and Human Performance. Explore. Explore (NY). 2009 Sep-Oct;5(5):263-4. PMID: 19733811.
Schwartz SA. Nonlocality and exceptional experiences: a study of genius, religious epiphany, and the psychic. Explore (NY). 2010 Jul-Aug;6(4):227-36. PMID: 20633837. Cited: IBSCR Research Review July 2010. The Institute for The Biocultural Study of Religion p. 19.
Schwartz S and Dossey L. Nonlocality, Intention, and Observer Effects in Healing Studies. Explore Explore (NY). 2010 Sep-Oct;6(5):295-307. doi: 10.1016/j.explore.2010.06.011
Schwartz SA, Utts J,Spottiswoode S, Shade C, Tully L, Morris W, Nachman G. A Study to Assess the Validity of Applied Kinesiology (AK) as a Diagnostic Tool and as a Nonlocal Proximity Effect. Proceedings International Research Congress on Integrative Medicine and Health. May 15-18 2012. p. 117

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Schwartz SA. Nonlocality, Near-Death Experiences, and the Challenge of Consciousness. Explore. Volume 8, Issue 6, Pages 326-330, November 2012.
Schwartz SA. Essay Review: Journeys to the Borderlands — Skeptics, Deniers, and Nonlocality. The Journal of Parapsychology. 2012 pp. 167-178.

Schwartz SA. Parapsychology in 2038. The Journal of Parapsychology. 2012.
Schwartz SA. Crossing the Threshold: Nonlocal Consciousness and the Burden of Proof. Explore.
Volume 9, Issue 2, pp. 77-81, March 2013.
Schwartz SA. False Equivalencies and the Mediocrity of Nonlocal Consciousness Research Criticism.
Explore. Volume 9, Issue 3, pp. 131-135, May 2013.
The Heart of the Matter—The Deeper Meaning of Healing. Explore. Volume 10, Issue 1 , pp. 10-12, January 2014.
Schwartz S, Utts, J, Spottiswoode J, Shade, C, Tully L, Morris W, and Nachman G. A Double-Blind, Randomized Study to Assess the Validity of Applied Kinesiology (AK) As a Diagnostic Tool and as a Nonlocal Proximity Effect. Explore. Volume 10, Issue 7, March 2014. pp. 99-108.
Schwartz S. The Creative Pattern, Nonlocal Consciousness, and Social Change. The Spanda Foundation Journal. Volume 1, 2014 pp. 33-44.
Schwartz S. The Implications of Nonlocality. Explore. Vol. 11, Issue 1, p8–10. October 30 2014
Schwartz S. The Anthropology of Creativity. The Global Journal of Anthropology. 2015 Schwartz S. The Implications of Nonlocality. Explore. Volume 11, Issue I, January 2015 Schwartz S. Six Protocols, Neuroscience, and Near Death: An Emerging Paradigm Incorporating Nonlocal Consciousness. Explore. Vol. 11, Issue 4, p 252–260. April 29 2015.
Schwartz S. Why Isn’t Consciousness a Fundamental in Science. Explore. Vol 12, Issue 6, pp 403-407.
Schwartz S. The Manipulation of Perceived Reality. Explore Jan/Feb 2017, Vol. 13. No. 1, pp. 12-15.
Schwartz S. The Unseen Force That Shapes the World. Explore. Dec 2016, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp 90–93.
Schwartz S. Non-Local Consciousness and the Anthropology of Dreams. Explore. Vol. 14, Issue 2, pp 107-110.
Schwartz S. The Role of Nonlocal Consciousness in Creativity and Social Change. EC Psychology and Psychiatry. Vol 7.No. 10 (2018), pp. 665-678.
Schwartz S. Finding Saddam Hussein: Study in Applied Remote Viewing. Edge Science December 2018 Vol. pp. 5-10.
Schwartz S. Water, Wine and the Sacred, an Anthropological View of Substances Altered by Intentioned Awareness, Including Objective and Aesthetic Effects
Explore, Volume 15, Issue 1, January–February 2019, Pages 13-18.
Schwartz S. Nonlocal Consciousness and the Anthropology of Religion
Explore, Volume 14, Issue 6, November 2018, Pages 402-405.
Schwartz S. Kuhn, Consciousness, and Paradigms Explore, Volume 14, Issue 4, July– August 2018, Pages 254-261.
Schwartz S., De Mattei R, and Smith R. The Location, Description, and Reconstruction of Marine Sites Through Remote Viewing, Including Comparison With Aerial

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Photography, Geological Coring, and Electronic Remote Sensing. Zeitschrift fur̈ Anomalistik. Volume 19 (2019), pp. 113–139.
Schwartz S. The Location and Reconstruction of a Byzantine Structure in Marea, Egypt, Including a Comparison of Electronic Remote Sensing and Remote Viewing. Journal of Scientific Exploration, 2019, Vol. 33, No. 3, pp. 451–480.

Schwartz S, and De Mattei R. The Discovery of an American Brig:
Fieldwork Involving Applied Remote Viewing Including a Comparison with Electronic Remote Sensing. Journal of Scientific Exploration, Vol. 34, No. 1, pp. 62–92, 2020. Schwartz S. The Origins of ARV. Mindfield, Vol. 12, No. 1 2020 pp. 5-16.

General Circulation Articles (newspapers and magazines):

American Heritage American History Attaché
Harpers

Intuition
Kindred Spirit (U.K.) New Age Journal Omni
Parabola
Seapower
Shift
Smithsonian
The Daily Press
The New York Times The Times-Herald The Virginian-Pilot The Washington Post The Washington Star Venture Inward

Selection of General Circulation Publications (2000 to present):

Schwartz SA. “George Mason: Forgotten Founder.” Smithsonian. May 2000. Vol. 31, No. 2.
Schwartz SA. “Dr. Franklin’s Plan.” Smithsonian. June 2001. Vol. 33. No. 3.
Schwartz SA. “A Sacred Space.” (Antietam) Attaché. September 2003.

Schwartz SA. “Franklin’s Forgotten Triumph.” American Heritage. October 2004. Schwartz SA. “Spirit World” (American Spiritualism). American Heritage. April 2005. Schwartz SA. “Opening to the Infinite.” Shift. May 2006. No. 10.
Schwartz SA. “Ben Franklin’s Gift That Keeps on Giving.” American History. February 2009. Vol. 43.

No. 6.
Schwartz SA. “The Mist Wolf.” Parabola. February 2009.

The Huffington Post Columns:

Schwartz SA. Benjamin Franklin and a Modern American Portrait — Tax Cuts, Poverty, 14

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and Moving In. The Huffington Post. October 30, 2010 12:20 PM.

www .huffingtonpost.com/stephan-a-schwartz/benjamin-franklin-and-a- m_b_776393.html.
Schwartz SA. Benjamin Franklin and a Modern American Portrait of Physical Health and Hunger. The Huffington Post. November 1, 2010 04:48 PM.

www .huffingtonpost.com/stephan-a-schwartz/benjamin-franklin-and-a- m_1_b_776567.html.
Schwartz SA. Benjamin Franklin and a Modern American Portrait of Justice. nThe Huffington Post.

November 2, 2010 02:11 PM.

www .huffingtonpost.com/stephan-a-schwartz/benjamin-franklin-and-a- m_2_b_777469.html.
Schwartz SA. Willful Ignorance. The Huffington Post. November 9, 2010 06:05 PM. www .huffingtonpost.com/stephan-a-schwartz/willful-ignorance_b_780749.html Schwartz SA. Where Are the Family Doctors> The Huffington Post. November 17, 2010 02:49 PM.

www .huffingtonpost.com/stephan-a-schwartz/where-are-the-family- doct_b_784649.html.
The Illness Profit System, and National Security, Part One. The Huffington Post. December 14, 2010
05:05 AM www.huffingtonpost.com/stephan-a-schwartz/the-illness-profitsystem_ 1_b_796314.html.
The Illness Profit System and National Security, Part Two. The Huffington Post. December 23, 2010
11:22 AM www.huffingtonpost.com/stephan-a-schwartz/the-illness-profitsystem_ 2_b_798947.html
The Illness Profit System and National Security, Part Three. The Huffington Post. January 3, 2011
10:58 AM www.huffingtonpost.com/stephan-a-schwartz/the-illness-profitsystem_ 3_b_802568.html
Meditate on this: The Practice Can Heal You in Less Than 11 Hours. The Huffington Post. September
4, 2011. www.huffingtonpost.com/stephan-a-schwartz/effect-of-meditation-on- brain-b_941082.html.
A Sense of Proportion. The Huffington Post. June 14, 2013.
www .huffingtonpost.com/stephana-schwartz/surveillance-national security_b_3436083.html
American Healthcare – A Profile of Shortages Part I – Physicians. The Huffington Post. 05/31/2017 04:47 am ET.
www .huffingtonpost.com/entry/5925f999e4b0aa7207986a88

Awards:

Certificate of Commendation – Department of the Navy 1973
Winner of the 2016 Nautilus Book Award for Social Change for The 8 Laws of Change Recipient of the 2017 Parapsychological Association Outstanding Contribution Award OOOM Magazine (Germany) as one of “The 100 Most Inspiring People in the World,” 2018

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Albert Nelson Marquis Award for Outstanding Contributions, 2018
Winner of the Book Excellence Award for Literary Excellence, 2018, for the novel Awakening.
Rhine Mystery Short Story, third place winner, 2019.

Patents:

Des. 322,827 — 31 December 1991 — Thighmaster

Memberships:

Co-founder, Board of Directors, The Academy for the Advancement of Post-materialist Sciences
Co-founder, Past-President, Member, Board of Directors, The Society for the Anthropology of Consciousness (a unit of the American Anthropological Association); Founding Member and Member of the Board of Directors of The Society for Consciousness Studies (2017 to present)

Co-founder, Member, Board of Directors, International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine (1990-1991);
Co-founder, Director, and Past-president, International Remote Viewing Association; Member of the Advisory Board, The Track II Citizen Diplomacy Center (1987 to present);

Member and spokesperson of the Parapsychological Association (1991-2019) (former member of the Board of Directors);
Board of Advisors Scientific and Medical Network (2017 to present);
Board of Advisors (Futurist, Media & Arts, Diplomacy) Lifeboat Foundation; Advisory Board, New Dream Foundation;

Member of the Board of Directors, Northwest Language Academy and Cultural Center (2017 to present)
Member Society for the History of the Early American Republic;
Member American Anthropological Association;

Member American Association for the Advancement of Science; Member of The Author’s Guild;
Member of WGA West. (inactive);
Member PEN Center America.

Listed:

Who’s Who in the World
Who’s Who in America
Who’s Who in the West
Who’s Who in Healthcare and Medicine

Personal:

Married Hayden Oliver Gates (June 1981, widowed, 2001)
Married Ronlyn Arnatt (June 2010)
Two daughters: Katherine Rowland Schwartz, Lea Meyers (step-daughter)

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11 COMMENTS

  1. Did you say that HE solicited this interview with YOU? I thought I’d heard that in your roundtable with Jen, Sharnel and Laura. Whether it was part of *their* gameplan is my question. There doesn’t seem to be anything in it for them. It was a wakeup call as to the extent of the mind control and its capacity to hypnotize. Well done, as usual, Kerry, but this one is in a class by itself!

  2. This was painful to listen to, but I found it impossible to stop. Mr. Schwartz is a real case study in and of himself. Sadly, he’s in need of some serious mental health counseling. I tried to follow his “testimony”; however, he made so many statements that contradicted his own alleged expertise it was astonishing. Cases in point — his invention of remote viewing that he dated as far back as prehistoric mankind — then subsequently attempting to wriggle out of his scientific and factual posture by narrowing down his argument to stating it was a protocol that he invented. And/or that he later invented with all of the leading names commonly affiliated with that particular phenomenon. It’s baffling that Mr. Schwartz would say or believe that anyone (of a scientific bent or otherwise) would spend 5 years “reading everything available” to acquire a conceptual understanding of a subject — and only then attempt to explore the subject on an experiential level (he didn’t say “only”, but that was his implication in order to establish his academic authority). Life does not work that way…the more we immerse ourselves in anything the more the power of spirit, or the universe, or whatever descriptor one cares to use brings it into our awareness on a practical, observable basis. As a “researcher and scientist” it’s even more curious that an admitted encounter with a UFO elicited no further interest on his part…not even to avail himself in his apparent (extensive) remote viewing resources to further understand a fine-fine mystery. Perhaps he and his companion were abducted, anally probed, had most of their curiosity erased (at least regarding that incident), and released back to an unsuspecting world again? In any event, he did at least nail the whole climate change subject with finality…it is caused by man and man alone. Perhaps he has not yet seen the actual “data” on global temperatures not actually in a warming trend, rather revealing that we are in a cooling trend. It is a sad state of affairs that people Mr. Schwartz exist as is. I have to believe he serves some useful purpose for the bulk of humanity, maybe not what he imagines that purpose to be. Meanwhile, the great divide between higher consciousness and lockdowns, President Trump and administrator Biden, freedom and tyranny becomes more apparent every second, spreading out like waves from a pebble throw into a still pond. I suppose in Mr. Schwartz locked down world there is no violence against children or others who cannot protect themselves either. I wonder if he agrees that he — as a white male of privilege — is a racist?

  3. I thank you Kerry for #1 Attempting to extract REAL knowledge from this blinded to all else Person. #2 Commend you for skillfully using his own Mind Controlled Perception of the World, to actually oust his illogical reasoning ( i.e. believes in aliens, saw a craft, refuses to justify having no curiosity to use his remote viewing to connect to them?? yet goes into laugh at Kerry Cassidy when you try to reason with him that such advanced beings could build underground bases, enslave humans… This person is a huge ego, I am superior to you, I know it all, anything else is WOO WOO and disinformation. He’s so pompous, and triggered whenever you attempt to assess his OVERALL KNOWLEDGE. HE HAS NONE. He met Joe Biden Several Times=BOOM. He has disclosed he is a narrow minded, mind controlled, angry, short fused, programmed to believe HE IS AMONGST THE ELITE!! 100% Mason, Illuminati, NUT JOB. The Most Closed Minded, ignorant, rude, insult label all other-than-he narratives. ZERO Spiritual Senses. He can only use his physical blinder eyes in all he puts in his little remote viewer BOX. Sad but he is a POSTER CHILD for an example of a Completely Closed Minded Programmed angry little man BORG MINDED Soul. Laughs at Corruption, Laughs at Voter Fraud, Hates Trump, Hates Trump appointed Judges, No underground bases yet no Mining Engineer ( I AM and learned about the in College in 1983 when Germany was using bucket wheel excavation and Tunneling). When I worked for Fuller Industrial for 8 yrs, we supplied HATCH, Debeers with pipe for such projects. Wish Phil Schneider and I could take him to Strathconna, Falconbridge. Denison Mines Thousands of feet below with NO SUPPORT PILLARS in huge rooms Hundreds of feet in diameter. I ran Martec Industrial for years building multiple high tech assembly tooling / plants using “just declassified” military Tech ( Lasers, Cameras that see soul leave body) who trained me how to use it for automotive and high speed packaging / tooling Technology. The laser that cuts out a clearance triangle in your TUNDRA steering cross member Protomax Plant Barry Ontario, came from Military. The camera that that sees souls has been used to look at thousands of welds on a car assembly and tell a good spot weld from bad and data transfer to computer ( instead of paying person to plasma cut each 1″ x 1″ square, do button measurements, pull test, etc. Many times as I assembled an automotive assembly line by Tier 1 player, another make was happening on other side of curtain, and sometimes military projects. ( for validity: I took Instrumentation-Electronics-Cambrian. Grad Mining Engineering, Red seal Tool and Die maker +23 trades- Had relationship / engaged to one of Canada’s Secretary of the Chief of defence-Base Borden tank Div-DCIM Base-I helped Canadian Military load and blast Falconbridge ( Joe Zanchetta boss) chimneys in early 80’s + many classified contacts in 59 yr. It’s not about me. I am a just one of many light warriors much less informed than Kerry-Simon-Juan-++but in my 39 yrs research in Exopolitics oppinion.. This Guy knows SOME things ( Not ALL) about remote viewing, and sadly NOTHING ELSE, and will stay that way till the Draco recycle him for another tour of duty to also feed the archons. He has many more incarnations in 3-4D to Go. May Creator Bless you Kerry. My family and awake friends in Northern Ontario Canada LOVE YOU AND ALL YOU DO. The Toughest Job in the World. God Speed. Sending Loving and protection intent. SIlverbackSees ( not on any social media ).

  4. This guy is PURE reptilian. So the point is the reptilians sure have infitrated the military. The reptilians were in charge of mkultra. Glad to see he can’t mindscreen or hypnotize Kerry! Good wise woman!!! He can’t understand why you aren’t in a swoon in awe of him. We can’t just eat popcorn while this guy and cronies take over just feeding us mind candy hopium while in fact massively jabbing with point of harm major numbers of humans. THE shots to harm humans ARE real to turn us into some kind of grey borg creatures with a human shell.

  5. kept me off guard and disappointed …how can some one be so smart(according to him) and be so immature …he is living in a box and I don’t want to hear about him or from him again….He is miss informed at best and stupid at least …just blah blah…..dis informed and in for a huge shock….

  6. There is a certain large percentage of individuals who simply want to work, retire, die, then rinse and repeat all within the accepted reality. It doesn’t matter if these people are scientists, professors, entrepreneurs or janitors – they are simply not interested in exploring reality beyond ‘what everyone else agrees’ is ‘reality’.

    As we can see here, even a ‘remote viewer’ or the creator of ‘distance viewing’ can remain utterly blind, simply because he does not want to see what he does not want to see.

    This interview is also a cautionary tale on the brutal and crippling nature of ideology. This man is wholly devoted to leftism while thinking he is not in fact a leftist. Let this be a lesson to all of us, no matter ideas we have embraced, so that we do not substitute ‘knowledge’ for awareness or better yet, awareness for the essence of existence itself.

  7. Kerry is a very skilful and respectful interviewer. She is so important to the awakening of the planet and surely this was a very good reveal. She built her case strategically and it was clear that he is a deep state.
    Thank you Kerry for everything you do!!

  8. Notice when he said “for the good of all” and then listed fish, butterflies – never mentioned “animals” – he’s a repitilian. “What underground repitilian hidey-holes” = “Oh, you’re just precious.”

    This guy reminds me of the proud mason that rex bear on leakproject has interviewed twice – he was also saying humans are all responsible for “global warming” from his communication with the “aliens.”

    I’m guessing the deep state is throwing out these interviewees to the alternative media to strengthen their memes – They really are transparent in their idiotic reponses.

  9. This has been tedious….So much intellectual gobbledy gook- academics are the toughest nuts to crack. Seriously, I feel sorry that Kerry had to endure this, but on the other hand, its nice to see stupidity exposing itself- always asking for links, never interested in getting past their own judgements or need to be right to go research for themselves, yet always arrogant enough to insist that those whom have done the work- throw them a few links and prove everything for them on a golden plate. What a waste of space, this man has nothing more to offer than talking about himself.

  10. What a ball of contradictions. An immensely dishonest Deep Stater. What took the cake was when he said the recent election was the fairest election we’ve had. Holy guacamole! I long ago ceased being impressed by people with a long list of “peer-reviewed” articles. I guess it started with Dr. Starfield stating that most peer-reviewed articles are bought and paid for. This man just cemented it. I wonder what Lin Wood can dig up about this man ( just like he did with M. Pence), that made him discard his integrity.

  11. This guest is intellectually dishonest on so many levels it’s a shame. He invented remote viewing but doesn’t remote view. He’s seen a UFO but never thought to investigate it further, yet he claims to have such a background and rubs shoulders with the who’s who of extraordinary people but is published of fictional writing because he can’t prove it… Round and round he goes, where he stops is anyone’s guess. Wow, just wow. He’s a “Deep Stater” of the worst kind because he’s convinced himself and only himself, at least in his mind, that he no longer has anymore to learn or question – a total know it all. LMAO~

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