Bob Gebelein graduated from Harvard with a BA in Mathematics in 1956, and then went on to have a legendary career as a computer programmer and creator of software systems. But the main focus of his adult life has been to create a new civilization, because of the threat of nuclear annihilation and other cultural problems. His methods are psychotherapy, withdrawal from the culture, and dream analysis. He succeeded in his quest by discovering how "human nature" itself can be changed, to compassion and altruism, to create a new kind of human being, who will then create a new civilization. He is a new civilization with a population of one.
His book, Re-Educating Myself describes his search and the answers that he found. "The Mental Environment" describes the network of lies from which he extricated himself. His original songs, on "Uncle Bobby's Record," now have an international following. Because he is writing from a new civilization, he can view the scientific establishment with some perspective, especially because he is not controlled by it. In his book "Dirty Science," he introduces original concepts such as "the mental senses," "mental warfare," and "psychological age," which make this work a step ahead of the present culture.
Chris Bartel discussed his work at and photography of Skinwalker Ranch along with art gallery curator Taras W. Matla. Bob Gebelein presented his issues with mainstream science regarding subjects like reincarnation. More »