Jonathan Zap is an author, philosopher, journalist, and teacher who has written extensively on psychology and contemporary mythology. Jonathan attended the Bronx High School of Science, graduated from Ursinus College with honors in Philosophy and English, and received a Master’s Degree in English from NYU. He is the author of Crossing the Event Horizon—Human Metamorphosis and the Singularity Archetype, and his related sci-fi epic, Parallel Journeys.
He’s presented his work on the Singularity Archetype at the Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE) and the International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS). Jonathan has a background in Jungian psychology, paranormal research, literature, writing, and many other subjects. He uses his eclectic background to take a multi-disciplinary approach.
In the first half, author and adventurer Robert Young Pelton, who has traveled the globe working with private military contractors, discussed the instability in the Middle East, the refugee crisis in Europe, globalization of borders, and the continuous wars going on all over the...More »
Paranormal researcher and philosopher Jonathan Zap discussed the Singularity Archetype and its connections to UFOs, near death experiences (NDEs), and psychopathology. Defining the Singularity Archetype as a primordial image of an evolutionary crossing or event horizon, it's the...More »
John B. Wells was joined by paranormal researcher and philosopher, Jonathan Zap, who discussed how a disproportionate number of psychopaths on Wall St. and in govt. & corporate America are creating a culture with little concern for the future. In the first hour, physicist...More »
Researcher and philosopher Jonathan Zap discussed the surge in apocalyptic predictions and how they relate to the 'Singularity Archetype,' the collective unconscious, and the evolution of humanity. We live in a time when people believe the apocalypse is around the corner,...More »
Philosopher and paranormal investigator Jonathan Zap presented the concept that "mind parasites" (a term first coined in a sci-fi novel by Colin Wilson) could be feeding off the energy of humans and instigating their baser instincts.More »
Author, teacher, and philosopher Jonathan Zap shared intriguing ideas about prophecy, end times and the future of humankind. He noted that many past seers who predicted the end of the world erred on their timelines because they had anxiety over their own personal death or "event...More »