Dr. Simeon Hein is the director of the non-profit Institute for Resonance in Boulder, Colorado. The Institute is devoted to the study of subtle-energy sciences including remote viewing, crop circles and related subjects. Dr. Hein has a Ph.D. in sociology and has previously taught research methodology at Washington State University. Dr. Hein first learned remote viewing in 1996 and subsequently became involved in crop circle research. He believes that all crop circles, regardless of their origin, create energetic effects by virtue of their shape and the subtle interaction between humans, plants, and sacred geometry. In addition to assisting with Institute for Resonance crop circle tours he continues to offer online remote viewing classes. Simeon's most recent book is "Black Swan Ghosts: a Sociologist Encounters Witnesses to Unexplained Aerial Craft, Their Occupants, and Other Elements of the Multiverse."
In the first half of the program, guest host Rob Simone (email) welcomed Dr. Simeon Hein, director of the Institute for Resonance, for a discussion on his research into remote viewing, dark energy, crop circles, and... More »
The 'Human Calculator' Scott Flansburg joined Dr. Simeon Hein to discuss their attempt at making a crop circle, as well as anomalies associated with crop circles. Later in the program, Flansburg spoke about the numerical significance of 9/11, the Mayan Calendar and number patterns in the Bible.
Sunday's main guest, Dr. Simeon Hein, the director of the Institute for Resonance, a nonprofit in Boulder, Colorado, discussed his study of subtle-energy sciences. One of his conclusions is that most crop circles are man made. Prof. Ramon Lopez, the co-author of Storms from the Sun, appeared in the first hour, offering an analysis of the current solar flare cycle.
"I think of myself as an intergalactic sociologist," said Wednesday night's guest Dr. Simeon Hein, the Director of the Institute for Resonance. Hein is an expert in both crop circles and remote viewing. Calling crop circles a kind of "natural magic," he believes a group of 30-40 circle makers are mostly behind the... More »