Lecture with Stephan A. Schwartz

One of the most rigorously tested, and fascinating uses of the extraordinary powers of the mind can be seen in the remote viewing work done in archaeological exploration. Stephan Schwartz has done more work in this area than anyone else and in his presentation, he will describe both his work, and earlier work by others, illustrating it all with rare photographs, and will film clips made as the work was carried out so that you can see two remote viewers actually locate a buried building, in the buried city of Marea in the Egyptian desert using nothing more than the powers of their minds.

Schwartz will begin with Frederick Bligh Bond’s reconstruction of Glastonbury Cathedral and Abbey one of England’s most famous religious shrines, the “early man” research done at the risk of their lives during the Nazis occupation of Poland by a team of scientists led by Stanislaw Poniatowski and remote viewer Stefan Ossowiecki. Then, the discovery of the Great Olmec Head in Mexico by Clarence Wolsey Weiant the discovery of lost Iroquois Indian sites by C.S. Reid in Canada and, finally, Schwartz’ own work beginning with the famous Deep Quest submarine experiment, then discovering Cleopatras’ Palace, Mark Antony’s Timonium, and one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world, The Lighthouse of Pharos, and the buried city of Marea in the Egyptian desert. And, finally, the location of Columbus’ caravel from his fourth voyage, in Jamaica and The Brig Leander in the Bahamas.


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