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⚠ Achtung Siehe Power vs. Truth (engl.) Januar 2013

⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

 

 

 

Einfärben von Zitaten desselben Autors in Zitateblocks

 

Zitat mit eigenem Rand

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partition - tables

 

Referenz: de.Wikiquote-Eintrag Ken Wilber

 

Reference: en.Wikiquote entry Ken Wilber

 

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, präsentiert von dem französisch-deutschen TV-Sender Arte *
Nachrichtensendung Arte Journal
, presented by the French German TV station Arte *

 

, präsentiert von dem deutschen Nachrichtenmagazin Der Spiegel *
, presented by the German weekly news magazine Der Spiegel *

 

, präsentiert von dem deutschen Nachrichtenmagazin Spiegel TV *

 

, präsentiert von dem österreichischen Kulturmagazin Aurora *

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen populärwissenschaftlichen Zeitschrift P.M. Magazin *

 

, präsentiert von der bayerischen Abonnement-Zeitung Augsburger Allgemeine *

 

, präsentiert von der überregionalen deutschen Zeitung Die Tageszeitung (taz) *

 

, präsentiert von der überregionalen österreichischen Tageszeitung Kurier *

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen Tageszeitung Sächsische Zeitung *

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen Monatszeitschrift Spektrum der Wissenschaft *

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen Webplattform Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten (DWN) *

 

, presented by the French multilingual news television channel Euronews *

 

, presented by the US American news and opinion website Salon *

 

, presented by the multinational US American business magazine Fortune *
, präsentiert von der US-amerikanischen Zeitschrift Fortune *

 

, presented by the English-language financial blog Zero Hedge, Tyler Durden *

 

, presented by American weekly news magazine Newsweek *
, präsentiert von dem US-amerikanischen Wochenmagazin Newsweek *

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen Tageszeitung Berliner Zeitung *
, präsentiert von der Schweizer Tageszeitung Neue Zürcher Zeitung (NZZ) *
, präsentiert von der Schweizer Sonntagszeitung NZZ am Sonntag *
, präsentiert von der Schweizer Wochenzeitung SonntagsZeitung *
, präsentiert von dem Schweizer Monatsmagazin NZZ Folio *
, präsentiert von dem Schweizer Wochenmagazin Die Weltwoche *
 , präsentiert von den Schweizer Video Nachrichten Kanal NZZ Standpunkte

 

, presented by the independent news website Mondoweiss *

 

, presented by the US American daily newspaper Mail Tribune *

 

, presented by the Stanford student-run, independent daily newspaper The Stanford Daily
, presented by the US American email news service Stanford Report *

 

, presented by the academic journal Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology *

 

, presented by the quarterly magazine on mythology and religious/cultural traditions Parabola *

 

, presented by the British daily newspaper The Times *
, presented by the British national "quality" Sunday newspaper The Sunday Times *

 

, präsentiert von der überregionalen deutschen Tageszeitung Die Welt *
, presented by the German nationwide daily newspaper Die Welt *
, präsentiert von der deutschen Mediengesellschaft WeltWelt N24 *

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen Zeitschrift für Kultur und Lebensart Das Magazin *

 

, präsentiert vom deutschen online TV-Sender COMPACTTV, Gastgeber Jürgen Elsässer *
, presented by the German online TV station COMPACTTV *

 

, presented by quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal Mind, published since 1876 by Oxford University Press *

 

, präsentiert von der Schweizer Wirtschaftszeitung Handelszeitung *

 

, presented by the free weekly digest Brain Pickings, host Maria Popova (*1984) Bulgarian critic, blogger, writer *

 

, presented by the British bi-monthly environmental magazine Resurgence & Ecologist *

 

, presented by the British daily newspaper The Guardian *

 

, presented by Activist Post *

 

, presented by the United States government-funded broadcasting organization Radio Liberty *

 

, presented by the British Sunday newspaper The Observer *

 

, presented by the US American daily middle-market newspaper USA Today *

 

, presented by The Duran, Alex Christoforou *

 

, presented by science, research and technology news aggregator Phys.org

 

, präsentiert von dem Onlinemagazin der Süddeutschen Zeitung Jetzt *

 

, presented by the weekly US American Sunday news program Full Measure, host Sharyl Attkisson (*1961) US American investigative correspondent in the Washington bureau for CBS News (1993-2014), journalist, author *

 

, presented by the independent, non-profitm academic Australian media outlet The Conversation *

 

, presented by German-owned American business, celebrity and technology news website Business Insider *
, präsentiert von der online Wirtschaftszeitung Business Insider Deutschland *

 

, presented by the US American large-distribution newspaper New York Herald (1835-1924) *
, presented by the US American newspaper New York Herald Tribune (1924-1966) *

 

, presented by the New Zealand public service radio broadcaster RNZ (Radio New Zealand) *

 

, presented by the English language newspaper International Herald Tribune *

 

, präsentiert von der zweiwöchentlich erscheinenden deutschen Frauenzeitschrift Brigitte *

 

, presented by the US American liberal Catholic newspaper National Catholic Reporter *

 

, presented by the newsmonthly magazine U.S. News & World Report *

 

, presented by the US American monthly Christian magazine Sojourners *
, präsentiert von dem US-amerikanischen christlichen Monatsmagazin Sojourners *
Rev. Jim Wallis (*1948) US American political activist, editor-in-chief of the magazine Sojourners, evangelical Christian writer
God's Politics. Why the Right Gets It Wrong and the Left Doesn't Get It, HarperOne, 11. January 2005
Rev. Jim Wallis (*1948) US-amerikanischer politischer Aktivist, Chefredakteur des Magazins Sojourners, evangelikalischer christlicher Autor

 

, presented by the US American magazine MIT Technology Review *

 

, presented by the weekly British conservative magazine The Spectator *

 

, presented by replicas website Mirror *

 

, presented by the bi-monthly US American magazine Mindful *

 

, presented by the US American Four Corners Magazine *

 

, presented by the US American monthly magazine of literature, politics, culture, finance, and the arts Harper's Magazine *

 

, präsentiert von dem deutschen Nachrichtenportal des Kölner Nachrichtensenders der RTL Group n-tv *

 

, präsentiert von der kostenlosen Schweizer Pendlerzeitung 20 Minuten *

 

, präsentiert von der Frauenbiografien-Datenbank Fembio *

 

, präsentiert von dem österreichischen Magazin alles roger? *

 

, präsentiert von der Schweizer Tageszeitung Oltner Tagblatt *
Dr. iur. Hans Derendinger (1920-1996) schweizerischer Anwalt, Notar, Fürsprecher, Redakteur des Oltner Tagblatts, Autor

 

, präsentiert von dem österreichischen Nachrichtenmagazin profil *

 

, presented by Collective Evolution, Arjun Walia, Joe Martino *

 

, presented by Washingtons Blog *

 

, presented by the US American daily evening television news program PBS NewsHour *

 

, presented by the online archive outlet whale.to *

 

, presented by the US American men's fashion and lifestyle magazine Esquire *

 

, presented by the weekly peer-reviewed scientific journal The Journal of Neuroscience *

 

, presented by the monthly peer-reviewed APA scientific journal Journal of Personality and Social Psychology *

 

, presented by the English scientific journal Journal of the Chemical Society *

 

, presented by the US American magazine The Atlantic *

 

, presented by the philosophical and cultural online magazine Aeon *

 

, presented by the progressive Jewish interfaith magazine Tikkun *
Michael Lerner (*1943) US American rabbi, visionary political activist, editor of the progressive Jewish interfaith magazine Tikkun, author

 

, presented by the free of charge monthly magazine The Philadelphia Trumpet, published by the Philadelphia Church of God *

 

, presented by Russian news website Russia Insider *

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen Tageszeitung Hamburger Abendblatt *

 

, präsentiert von dem deutschen Web-TV-Sender Welt im Wandel TV  *
Gastgeber Robert Fleischer, deutscher Geschäftsführer von Exopolitics.com Deutschand, Übersetzer, Journalist
Gastgeberin Dr. med. Sabine Helmbold,

 

, presented by Freeman TV, host Freeman, film maker, TV producer, radio talk show host, lecturer, author *

 

W. H. Freeman and Company *

 

, presented by the peer-reviewed academic journal of the American Psychological Association American Psychologist *

 

, präsentiert von dem Verlag Das Weisse Pferd,
Journal Das Friedensreich *
urchristliche Fachzeitschrift Das Weisse Pferd *

 

, presented by the independent mental health social network Psych Central  *

 

, präsentiert von dem Schweizer Non-Profit-Internet-Fernsehen Free Spirit®-TV *

 

, präsentiert von der englischen Boulevardzeitung The Sun *

 

, präsentiert von der oberösterreichischen regionalen Wochenzeitung und Onlinemedium Wochenblick *

 

, presented by the US American radio station Fade to Black, host Jimmy Church *

 

, präsentiert von der Schweizer Zeitschrift Spuren *

 

, presented by the US American peer-reviewed academic journal Journal of the American Academy of Religion,  published by the American Academy of Religion *

 

, presented by the British source of biographical data Who’s Who *
, präsentiert von dem Personenlexikon Who’s Who *

 

, präsentiert von dem einflussreichen englischsprachigen Management-Magazin Harvard Business Review (HBR) *
, presented by the bimonthly management magazine Harvard Business Review (HBR), published by Harvard Business Publishing (HBR) *

 

MIT Sloan Management Review *

 

, presented by the US American podcast OffPlanet TV, host Randy Maugans *

 

, presented by the US American monthly business publication Inc. magazine *

 

, presented by the quarterly US American magazine Utne Reader *

 

, presented by the US American TV station KMVT15, Mountain View, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, and Cupertino, California, program Present!, host and producer Mel Van Dusen *

 

, presented by the New Zealand online radio show The Vinny Eastwood Show, host Vinny Eastwood (*1984) *

 

, presented by the nonprofit open access scientific publishing project Public Library of Science (PLOS) *

 

, präsentiert von dem deutschen Web-TV Kanal Mystica TV, Gründer und Moderator Thomas Schmelzer *

 

, archived by the US American National Library of Medicine (NLM) / National Institutes of Health (NIH PMC) *

 

, presented by the US American web radio program A Fireside Chat, host Lance White [Zany Mystic] *

 

, veranstaltet von Anti Zensur Koalition, Gastgeber Ivo Sasek (*1956) schweizerischer Laienprediger, Gründer von Anti Zensur Koalition (AZK), Autor *

 

, presented by the conservative quarterly US American magazine City Journal *

 

, presented by the US American magazine Men's Health *

 

, presented by the magazine People *

 

, presented by the website for viral content Upworthy *

 

, presented by the US American peer-reviewed medical journal Psychological Medicine *

 

, presented by the independent, bimonthly Buddhist magazine Lion's Roar --- previously Shambala Sun *
, präsentiert von dem unabhängigen buddhistischen Magazin Lion's Roar *

 

, presented by the US American non-profit educational retreat center Omega Institute for Holistic Studies *

 

, presented by the US American web radio station Theatre of the Mind, host Kelly Howell *

 

, presented by the non-profit educational and harm-reduction resource The Vaults of Erowid *

 

, präsentiert von der US-amerikanischen Popkultur-Zeitschrift Rolling Stone *
, presented by the US American biweekly magazine on popular culture Rolling Stone *

 

, presented by the US American monthly men's lifestyle magazine Men's Journal *

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen Wochenzeitung Deutsches Allgemeines Sonntagsblatt *

 

, presented by the US American monthly magazine of literature, politics, culture, finance, and the arts Harper's Magazine *

 

, presented by the The Alex Jones Show InfoWars.com Prison Planet TV, host Alex Jones (*1974) US American radio host on New World Order topics, documentary filmmaker, author *

 

, presented by the US American magazine Wired *

 

, presented by the US American online magazine Slate *

 

, presented by the independent online publication Quanta Magazine *

 

, presented by the nonprofit, progressive news organization Truthout *

 

, presented by the US American nonprofit, non-governmental organization National Academy of Sciences (NAS) *

 

, presented by the independent, nonprofit theoretical research institute Santa Fe Institute (SFI) *

 

, presented by the US American Truth Frequency Radio, host Chris Geo *

 

, presented by the Book TV booktv.org, produced by the US American cable television network C-SPAN *

 

, presented by the worldwide lifestyle magazine of French origin Elle *

 

, presented by Sott.net, host Henry See, US American editor *
, presented by the Sott Radio Network, host *

 

, presented by the decentralized direct action group's website US Uncut *

 

, presented by the Russian government-controlled English speaking news agency Sputnik News Service *
, presented by the Soviet magazine Sputnik (1967-1991) *
, präsentiert von dem Nachrichtenportal des staatlich-russischen Medienunternehmen Rossija Sewodnja Sputnik *

 

, presented by PsyBlog, Jeremy Dean *

 

, presented by the US American liberal magazine on politics and arts The New Republic *

 

, presented by the One Radio Network, host Patrick Timpone *

 

, presented by the Legacy of Wisdom project *
, presented by the peer-reviewed academic journal Leonardo published by the MIT Press *

 

, recorded by the event video production company Fora.tv *
, gefilmt von der US-amerikanischen Videoproduktionsfirma Fora.tv *

 

, sponsored by the Book Passage, Corte Madera, California *

 

, sponsored by The Aspen Institute, Aspen, Colerado *

 

, sponsored by the World Economic Forum (WEF), host Klaus Schwab (*1938) *

 

, sponsored by the non-profit educational organization Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco, California *

 

, presented by Collective Evolution

 

, presented by the independent Canadian campus newspaper McGill Tribune

 

, presented by the US American monthly trade publication IndustryWeek

 

, presented by US American basic cable and satellite television station The History Channel new History
digitaler deutscher Bezahlfernsehkanal, Spartensender The History Channel

 

Oprah Winfrey [BW 500] (*1954) US-amerikanische Schauspielerin, Unternehmerin, Multimilliardärin, Talkshowmoderatorin, visionäre Philanthropin
Oprah Winfrey [LoC 500] (*1954) US American actress, talk show host, billionaire entrepreneur, visionary philanthropist
Super Soul Sunday

 

, präsentiert von der deutschsprachigen feministischen Publikumszeitschrift Emma

 

, presented by the US American quarterly academic journal Social Research

 

, presented the Californian question-and-answer website Quora

 

, präsentiert von der ersten deutschen Programmzeitschrift Hörzu

 

, präsentiert von dem US-amerikanischen Elephant Journal
, presented by the US American Elephant Journal

 

, präsentiert von der Schweizer Zeitschrift Sein

 

, presented by the US American basic cable and satellite news television channel Fox News [LoC 380/330]
, präsentiert von dem US-amerikanischen Kabel- und Satellit-Nachrichtensender Fox News Channel [BW 380/330]

 

, presented by the monthly magazine of the National Geographic Society National Geographic

 

, presented by WantToKnow, Fred Burks

 

, presented by Consortium News

 

, presented by the Greater Good Science Center, UC Berkeley

 

, presented by peer-reviewed academic journal Quarterly Journal of Economics published by Oxford University Press

 

, presented by the British conservative, middle-market daily tabloid newspaper Daily Mail

 

, presented by US web radio station Just Energy Radio, host Dr. Rita Louise, US American soul healer

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen Hörfunkanstalt Deutschlandradio
Hörprogramm Deutschlandfunk (DLF)   http://www.dradio.de/dlf/
, präsentiert von dem deutschen Radiosender Deutschlandfunk Kultur *

 

, presented by English daily newspaper The Daily Telegraph
, presented by English daily online broadsheet, The Telegraph
founded 1855, The Sunday Telegraph, Sunday printed edition, founded 1961

 

, presented by peer-reviewed academic journal in sexology Archives of Sexual Behavior

 

, presented by British illustrated history magazine History Today

 

, presented by the US American general-interest family magazine Reader's Digest

 

, presented by Research and Advocacy Digest

 

, presented by the politically conservative American news and opinion website and online news aggregator WorldNetDaily (WND)

 

, presented by US American conservative Christian organization Traditional Values Coalition

 

, presented by A Little More Sauce

 

, presented by Catholicicsm-centered news outlet Catholic News Agency (CNA)

 

, presented by British political and cultural magazine New Statesman

 

, presented by the independent scientific SAGE Journal

 

, presented by the US American men's initiative The Good Men Project *

 

, presented by the US American conservative opinion magazine The Weekly Standard *

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen Monatszeitschrift Bild der Wissenschaft *

 

, präsentiert von der ältesten österreichischen Tageszeitung der Welt Wiener Zeitung *

 

, presented by the US American broadcast network NBC News *

 

, presented by the bi-monthly US American magazine Current Affairs *

 

, presented by the US American magazine of popular culture, fashion, and current affairs Vanity Fair *

 

, presented by the US American Veritas Radio Show, host Mel Fabregas, Puerto Rican executive producer, parapolitical researcher  *

 

, präsentiert von der Schweizerischen Basler Zeitung *

 

, präsentiert von dem Basler Psi-Verein *

 

, presented by the controversial online outlet YourNewsWire, Sean Adl-Tabatabai *
renamed into NewsPunch

 

, presented by the controversial online outlet The Free Thought Project *

 

, presented by the Australian daily tabloid newspaper The Courier-Mail *

 

, presented by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation ABC Radio National, host Natasha Mitchell *

 

, presented by the news service of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation ABC News *

 

, presented by the US American broadcasting corporation ABC News *

 

, presented by the Canadian broadcasting corporation CBC News *

 

, presented by the US American government-funded multimedia news source and broadcasting institution Voice of America *

 

, presented by the US American newspaper The Seattle Times *

 

, präsentiert von dem deutschsprachigen Privatsender der RTL Group mit Sitz in Köln VOX *

 

, presented by the US American news and opinion website Vox owned by Vox Media *

 

, presented by the US American digital, print, and e-commerce media company Mental Floss? *

 

, presented by the peer-reviewed scientific journal Neuropsychopharmacology *

 

, presented by OpEd News, host *

 

, presented by The Rob Kall Bottom Up Radio Show, host Rob Kall, US American radio host *

 

, presented by the British weekly peer-reviewed medical journal The BMJ *

 

, presented by the discontinued US American bimonthly magazine Science & Spirit *
, präsentiert von dem Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wirtschaft, Expertengespräche HORIZONTE

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen Bild-Zeitung *

 

, präsentiert von dem deutschsprachigen kommerziell-journalistischen Weblog NeoPresse *

 

, presented by the satellite television channel University of California Television (UCTV), UC Santa Barbara *

 

, presented by the blogspot Auticulture, Jasun Horsley (*1967) English cultural commentator, podcaster, author *

 

, presented by the biannual academic journal published by the Johns Hopkins University Press Spiritus: A Journal of Christian Spirituality *

 

, presented by the Internet-based video streaming network HuffPost Live *
, presented by the international liberal-left commentary outlet HuffPost
, presented by the US American liberal-oriented online newspaper HuffPost
, präsentiert von der US-amerikanischen linksliberalen Onlinezeitung The Huffington Post *

 

, presented by the US American radio show Rense Radio Network, host Jeff Rense, US American independent investigative researcher, journalist

 

, presented by the stories outlet Medium *

 

, presented by the Proceedings of the Royal Society B *

 

, präsentiert von der wissenschaftlichen Fachzeitschrift herausgegeben von der britischen Royal Society Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society

 

, presented by syndicated television show Connie Martinson Talks Books, host Connie Martinson (*1932) US American television personality, member of the National Book Critics Circle *

 

, presented by the non-commercial US American media organization National Public Radio (NPR) *
Shankar Vedantam, Indian US American science correspondent for the non-commercial US American media organization NPR

 

, presented by Mediate *

 

, presented by the British Conscious.TV, host Iain McNay, British chairman of the independent record label Cherry Red Records *

 

, presented by the centre-left British online newspaper The Independent *

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen Frauenzeitschrift Petra *

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen evangelischen Vierteljahreszeitschrift Quatember *

 

, presented by the US American web radio station Shrink Rap Radio, psychology podcast #..., host David Van Nuys, Ph.D., US American professor emeritus of psychology Sonoma State University, California  *

 

, presented by the Canadian CBC Radio Tapestry, host Mary Hynes, Canadian journalist  *

 

TV-Dokumentation und Diskussionsrunde zum Thema
, präsentiert von dem deutschsprachigen öffentlich-rechtlichen Fernsehsender 3Sat, Sendung Scobel, Gastgeber Gert Scobel (*1959) deutscher Philosoph, Fernsehmoderator, Journalist, Autor     Gastdiskutierende:  Erstsendetermin  *
Sendung delta (bis 2008)
Sendung Nano
, presented by German TV station 3Sat, program Scobel, host Gert Scobel (*1959),

 

, presented by the US American web radio station New Dimensions, host Michael Toms
Justine Willis-Toms

 

, presented by the US American bimonthly magazine Psychology Today
, präsentiert von der deutschen Monatsfachzeitschrift Psychologie Heute

 

, presented by the bimonthly US American magazine Pacific Standard

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen Zeitschrift Lichtfokus

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen Zeitschrift Buddhismus Heute

 

, presented by the US American monthly magazine O, The Oprah Magazine

 

, presented by Project Camelot TV Network LLC, founder, CEO, host Kerry Cassidy, US American documentary filmmaker, investigative reporter, founder of Project Camelot

 

, presented by the US American daily newspaper New York Post

 

, presented by PsychAlive

 

, presented by the US American liberal feminist quarterly magazine Ms.

 

, presented by the US American popular science magazine Scientific American

 

, presented by the US American independent socialist magazine Monthly Review

 

, archived by the free MEDLINE database PubMed

 

, presented by the biweekly peer-reviewed scientific journal The Journal of Physiology

 

Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

 

, presented by the US American metaphysical, spiritual, holistic publication In Light Times

 

, presented by the US American science magazine Science
, präsentiert von dem US-amerikanischen Wissenschaftsmagazin Science

 

, presented by US American news website for topical science articles Science Daily

 

, presented by the US American peer-reviewed scientific journal Physical Review

 

, presented by the US American scientific journal Psychological Review

 

, presented by the US American conspiratorial news outlet Natural News

 

, presented by the byweekly US American magazine The New American (TNA) of the John Birch Society (JBS), William F. Jasper, senior editor

 

, presented by the monthly US American business magazine Fast Company

 

, presented by the scientific journal Current Biology

 

, presented by US American independent media Veterans Today
Gordon Duff, US-amerikanischer Marine Vietnam-Veteran, Hauptherausgeber von Veterans Today
Gordon Duff, US American Marine Vietnam veteran, senior editor of Veterans Today

 

, presented by the bimonthly peer-reviewed academic journal Psychological Bulletin

 

, presented by the nonprofit online magazine Edge

 

, presented by television channel broadcast in the UK and Ireland, On The Edge, host Theo Chalmers

 

, presented by the US American TV station PBS, interview show Charlie Rose, host Charlie Rose

 

, presented by US American web radio station KBOO, Portland,
program Radiozine, host Ralph Coulson
program , host Tom Park
Pathway Radio

 

, presented by fortnightly British journal of literary essays London Review of Books *

 

, presented by British web TV station Richplanet TV, host Richard D. Hall, British electrical and electronic engineer, North London

 

, presented by US American radio show For Good Reason, in association with the skeptic James Randi Association, host D.J. Grothe (*1973) US American speaker, writer

 

, presented by David Pakman Show, host David Pakman (*1984) US American television and radio host, political commentator

 

, presented by US American Public Radio Exchange (PRX)
, presented by US American TV channel MSNBC

 

, präsentiert von der mehrsprachigen, internationalen Zeitschrift Epoch Times
, presented by the multi-language international newspaper Epoch Times

 

, presented by the website Thought Catalog

 

, presented by the US American television news program CBS News, program 60 Minutes

 

, presented by monthly, peer-reviewed medical journal published by the American Medical Association JAMA Psychiatry

 

, presented by Gnostic Media Research & Publishing, founder and host Jan Irvin, US American ethnomycologist, independent researcher, political analyst, lecturer, blogger, author
Jan Irvin, US-amerikanischer Ethnomykologe, investigativer Forscher, politischer Beobachter, Gründer und Gastgeber der Webplattform Gnostic Media, Dozent, Blogger, Autor

 

Jan Irvin, US American ethnomycologist, independent researcher, blogger, host of Gnostic Media Podcast, lecturer, author
Jan Irvin, US-amerikanischer Ethnomykologe, investigativer Blogger, Gastgeber von Gnostic Media Podcast, Autor

 

, präsentiert von der überregionalen deutschen Wochenzeitung Die Zeit Zeit Online *

 

, präsentiert von dem deutschen Wirtschaftsmagazin Wirtschaftswoche *

 

, presented by the US American quarterly magazine Gnosis *

 

, präsentiert von dem vom russischen Staat finanzierten Auslandsfernsehsender Russia Today (RT)
Russia Today (RT) Deutsch
, presented by first Russian 24/7 English-language news channel Russia Today News (RT), host Abby Martin (*1984) US American journalist,
host Sophie Shevardnadze (*1978) Russian correspondent

 

, presented by progressive US American news website Truthdig

 

, presented by blog site Belle Jar

 

, presented by the US American online magazine Reality Sandwich

 

, presented by Future Primitive podcasts, host Joanna Harcourt-Smith, Swiss-born British socialite, lover of Timothy Leary, author

 

, presented by US American quarterly magazine Tricycle. The Buddhist Review

 

, präsentiert von dem deutschen Zweimonats-Wissenschaftsmagazin Raum & Zeit

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen anthroposophischen Zeitschrift info3

 

, presented by US American Capricorn Radio, host E. A. James Swagger, aired

 

, presented by Swedish web radio station Radio 3Fourteen, host Lana Lokteff, Swedish physicist, philosopher, bridge-builder

 

, presented by West Swedish web radio/TV station Red Ice Radio, host Henrik Palmgren, minutes duration, aired
http://www.henrikpalmgren.com/ (new)
http://www.redicecreations.com/radio/nonsubscriber.php (alt)

 

, presented by the Corbett Report, James Corbett, US American host

 

, presented by US American web radio station Talk to Tara.com, host Tara, minutes duration,

 

, presented by Canadian TV station TVO, program BIG Ideas, Ontario
TVOParents.com
host Steve Paikin (*1960) Canadian journalist, author, documentary producer
host Allan Gregg (*1952) Canadian political advisor, pollster, pundit  

 

, presented by Canadian TV station TVOparents, Ontario

 

, presented by PFV feministvoices.com

 

, presented by The Byte Show, host GeorgeAnn Hughes, Talihina, Oklahoma,

 

, presented by RSA Animate RSA Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, YouTube film, minutes duration, posted  2013

 

, präsentiert vom deutschen Kopp Verlag
, präsentiert von der deutschen Netzzeitung Kopp online
, präsentiert vom deutschen Internet-TV-Sender Kopp Media,

 


 , presented by the English-language weekly newspaper The Economist

 

, presented by the bi-weekly US American magazine New York Magazine

 

, presented by the New York-based monthly magazine High Times

 

, presented by the US American weekly news magazine TIME
, präsentiert von dem wöchentlich erscheinendem US-amerikanischen Nachrichtenmagazin TIME

 

, presented by the media outlet Timeline *

 

, presented by the US American online magazine Waking Times *

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen Online-Plattform für investigativen Journalismus KenFM betrieben von dem Berliner Medienunternehmen sector_b und Ken Jebsen (*1966) deutsch-iranischer Fernseh- und Radiomoderator, freischaffender Reporter (*2011)
Ken Jebsen (*1966) Iranian-German TV and radio moderator (*2011), non-embedded self-employed reporter *

 

, präsentiert vom US-amerikanischen Conscious Media Network via Gaiam TV, Gastgeberin, Regina Meredith   Gebührenpflichtig
, presented by US American Conscious Media Network via Gaiam TV, host Regina Meredith   Subject to fee

 

, presented by the daily newspaper The Times of India (TOI)

 

, presented by US American KPFA radio station Guns & Butter, host Bonnie Faulkner

 

, presented by the international daily newspaper The Wall Street Journal [LoC 435] *

 

, presented by the magazine In Context

 

, presented by Touchstones of the Sacred, founder and host Celedra Gildea, Ph.D., US American psychotherapist

 

, presented by US American/Canadian daily video news and documentary service The Real News Network (TRNN), host Paul Jay, Canadian filmmaker, journalist

 

, presented by Mother Jones

 

, presented by the US American weekly medical journal The New England Journal of Medicine

 

, presented by the US American semi-monthly magazine The New York Review of Books

 

, presented by the US American radio network Air America

 

, presented by US American TV talk/news show The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann, host Thom Hartmann... s.u.
, presented by TV station RT America, TH Program The Big Picture, host Thom Hartmann thomhartmann.com (*1951) US American radio host of a nationally syndicated radio show, The Thom Hartmann Program, former psychotherapist, entrepreneur, progressive political commentator, journalist, author

 

, präsentiert von dem deutschen TV-Sender ARD
Sendung Weltspiegel
TV-Talkshow Anne Will
MDR NDR
|SWR
WDR
wöchentliche Kultursendung ttt – titel, thesen, temperamente
Fernsehdiskussion Beckmann, Gastgeber Reinhold Beckmann (*1956) deutscher Fernsehmoderator, Sänger
Sendung ZAPP

 

, präsentiert von dem zweiten Hörfunkprogramm Bayern 2 des deutschen Fernsehsenders Bayerischen Rundfunk

 

, präsentiert vom deutschen Fernseh-Bildungskanal BR-alpha

 

, präsentiert von dem Schweizer Web-TV-Sender Alpenparlament.TV, Gastgeber Prof. Dr. Michael Vogt (*1953) deutscher Historiker, ehemals Honorarprofessor für Public Relations, Medien- und Kommunikationsmanagement
, präsentiert von online TV-Sender nexworld.TV, Gastgeber Prof. Dr. Michael Vogt (*1953) deutscher Historiker, ehemals Honorarprofessor für Public Relations, Medien- und Kommunikationsmanagement, Publizist
, präsentiert von online TV-Sender Quer-Denken TV, Gastgeber Prof. Dr. Michael Vogt (*1953) deutscher Historiker, ehemals Honorarprofessor für Public Relations, Medien- und Kommunikationsmanagement, Publizist
, presented by online TV station Quer-Denken TV, host Prof. Dr. Michael Vogt (*1953) German historian, former honorary professor for public relations, media and communication management, documentarian, political activist
, präsentiert von nexworld.TV, Sendung Meinungsbilder, Gastgeberin Vesna Kerstan

 

, presented by Australian based bi-monthly alternative news magazine Nexus
, präsentiert von der deutschen grenzwissenschaftlichen Zeitschrift NEXUS Magazin

 

, präsentiert von der Schweizer ZeitenSchrift

 

, presented by Canadian web radio station News for the Soul, Vancouver, host Nicole Whitney
News for the Soul Broadcasting
, präsentiert von dem kanadischen Webradiosender News for the Soul, Vancouver, Gastgeberin Nicole Whitney

 

, presented by the US American business magazine Forbes

 

, präsentiert von der US-amerikanischen Tageszeitung The New York Times *
, presented by the daily US American daily newspaper The New York Times *
, presented by the Sunday edition of The New York Times Magazine *
, presented by the Sunday Review, opinion section of The New York Times *
, presented by the US American weekly The New York Times Magazine *
The New York Times Book Review *

 

Chicago Tribune

 

, presented by the US American media website CNET *

 

, presented by Israel newspaper Hareetz

 

, presented by US American daily newspaper Los Angeles Times
, präsentiert von US-amerikanischen Tageszeitung Los Angeles Times

 

, presented by the US American online portal Quartz

 

, präsentiert vom österreichischen Webradiosender CropFM, Gastgeber Tarek Al-Ubaidi

 

, präsentiert von dem deutschen Nachrichtenmagazin Focus Focus online
Focus

 

, präsentiert von dem deutschsprachigen Privatsender der RTL Group RTL mit Sitz in Köln

 

, presented by US American webcast , host Terry Patten, US American integral evolutionary leader, coach, author
http://beyondawakeningseries.com/blog/terry-patten/

 

, präsentiert von Integrale Perspektiven

 

, presented by the peer-reviewed academic journal Journal of Nietzsche Studies

 

, presented by the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS), host Marilyn Schlitz, Ph.D. (*1957) US American medical anthropologist, senior research scientist, Research Institute of California Pacific Medical Center, co-founder of the Integral Health Network, president and CEO of the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) (2009-2012), writer on consciousness, healing, and consciousness-based healthcare
Dr. Marilyn Schlitz (*1957) US-amerikanische medizinische Anthropologin, wissenschaftliche Forscherin des menschlichen Potentials, Mitgründerin von Integral Health Network, Präsidentin und Geschäftsführerin von Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) (2009-2012), Autorin

 

, presented by the US American talk radio show Coast to Coast AM, host George Noory (*1950) US American radio talk show host
host Art Bell (*1945) US American founder of C2C, broadcaster, author
Ian Punnett (*1960) US American radio broadcaster, Episcopalian deacon
host John B. Wells, US American radio talk show host

 

, presented by the biweekly non-profit Christian news magazine WORLD

 

, presented by the US American talk show The View

 

, presented by host Amy Costello

 

, presented by MenAlive

 

, presented by the Irish daily newspaper Irish Examiner

 

, presented by Utne

 

, präsentiert von dem deutschen TV-Sender ARD, Sendung "Menschen bei Maischberger", Gastgeberin Sandra Maischberger (*1966) deutsche Talkshow-Gastgeberin, Journalistin, Autorin

 

, presented by US American web radio station KKUP, program Vibrational Voyage, host Anthony J. McGettigan

 

, präsentiert von dem deutschen online TV-Sender NuoViso.TV
, presented by German online TV station NuoVisoCom

 

, präsentiert von dem deutschen TV-Sender ZDF
Polittalkshow Markus Lanz, Gastgeber Markus Lanz
Sendung Frontal21
Nachrichtensendung Heute

 

, presented by US American cable and satellite television channel truTV (formerly Court TV)

 

, präsentiert von dem österreichischen TV-Sender ORF 2, Diskussionssendung Club 2 zum Thema  , Gastgeber Michael Köhmleier

 

, präsentiert von nexworld.TV, Sendung Gegen den Strom, Gastgeber Robert Stein

 

, präsentiert von der überregionalen deutschen Wochenzeitung Zeit Online

 

, präsentiert von dem deutschen unabhängigen Wirtschaftsmagazin enorm

 

, präsentiert von dem deutschen politischen Monatsmagazin Cicero

 

, presented by the US American general audience science magazine Discover

 

, presented by Discovery Channel

 

, presented by Blogtalkradio, , host
Know It All ABCs of Education

 

, presented by the US American daily newspaper The Washington Post

 

, presented by the US American Alternet

 

, presented by nonprofit, progressive US American daily online newsletter Truthout

 

, presented by US American radio station Wisconsin Public Radio, host Steve Paulson

 

, presented by science and science fiction magazine Omni

 

, presented by the academic journal Clinical Psychology Review

 

Science of Mind

 

, presented by Omni Art Salon, episode #137, host Geoffrey Milburn, Podcast,

 

, präsentiert von TV-Sendung Time To Do.ch des schweizerischen privaten TV-Senders Schweiz5, gastgebender Moderator Norbert Brakenwagen,

 

, presented by the peer-reviewed academic Journal of Humanistic Psychology

 

, presented by the British website BBC News Online

 

, presented by the British TV channel BBC News Health, James Gallagher, Britih science reporter

 

, presented by the British flagship TV channel BBC One

 

, presented by the British TV channel BBC Four
, presented by the British radio station owned and operated by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) BBC Radio 4

 

, presented by long-running British documentary television series on TV station BBC Horizon

 

, presented by the US American magazine The New Yorker *

 

, presented by The Science Network (TSN) *
, präsentiert von The Science Network (TSN) *

 

, präsentiert von der kritischen deutschen Zeitschrift Rubikon *

 

, directed by , produced by , presented by FilmFestival TV, Culture Unplugged,

 

, präsentiert vom österreichischen TV-Sender ServusTV, Talkshow Talk im Hangar-7, Gastgeber Ruprecht Eser, Salzburg, Österreich,
Gastgeber Michael Fleischhauer (*1969) österreichischer Journalist, Salzburg, Österreich,
Gastgeber Fritz Pleitgen

 

, präsentiert von der überregionalen deutschen Tageszeitung Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ)

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen Zeitung Der Tagesspiegel

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen Tageszeitung Süddeutsche Zeitung *

 

, präsentiert von der überregionalen Schweizer Tageszeitung Tages-Anzeiger

 

, präsentiert von dem deutschen Magazin evolve

 

, präsentiert von Pravda-TV.com

 

, presented by Blogtalkradio Shattering The Matrix, host Ari Kopel

 

, presented by the magazine YES!: A journal of positive futures, Bainbridge Island, Washington, interviewer and editor Sarah van Gelder, Jen Angel

 

, presented by Private Matters Productions, episode 24, host Max J. Van Praag, San Rafael

 

, presented by the US American non-profit TV station Democracy Now!, host Amy Goodman (*1957) US American broadcast journalist, syndicated columnist, investigative reporter, author
host Juan González (*1947) US American investigative reporter, progressive broadcast journalist
, präsentiert von dem US-amerikanischen Fernsehsender Democracy Now!, Gastgeberin Amy Goodman (*1957) US-amerikanische investigative Reporterin, TV-Journalistin, Kolumnistin, Autorin

 

, presented by the US American The Good Men Project
founded by Tom Matlack, US American entrepreneur, venture capitalist, author  *

 

, presented by the US American free web audio program Living Dialogues, Personal Life Media Inc., host Duncan Campbell (*1952) British television producer, freelance investigative journalist, author  *

 

, presented by US American web radio station KPFK, The Aware Show, host Lisa Garr  *

 

, präsentiert von der britischen medizinischen Fachzeitschrift The Lancet *
, presented by the United Kingdom-based medical magazine The Lancet

 

, presented by the peer-reviewed medical journal The Journal of Pathology *

 

, präsentiert von der monatlich erscheinenden deutschen Wirtschaftszeitschrift brand eins *

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen Monatszeitschrift Connection

 

, präsentiert von der deutschen Wochenzeitschrift Stern

 

, presented by the dissolved US American magazine What is Enlightenment? / EnlightenNext
, präsentiert von dem deutschen Magazin Was ist Erleuchtung?

 

, presented by US American web radio station Truth Connections Radio, host Kathrin Buckalew

 

, präsentiert von der österreichischen Tageszeitung Der Standard

 


 presented by the US American The Joyce Keller Show, WGBB AM 1240, Long Island, New York, host Joyce_Keller|Joyce Keller]], US American television and radio host, psychic medium, autho

 

, presented by the US American multimedia publishing company Sounds True, Insights at the Edge, host Tami Simon (*1963) US American founder and director of Sounds True *
, präsentiert von dem US-amerikanischen Multimediaverlag Sounds True, Insights at the Edge, Verlegerin und Gastgeberin Tami Simon (*1963) *

 

, presented by the educational podcast service Learn out Loud

 

, presented by the quarterly journal about the social, ethical, political, and policy dimensions of modern science and technology The New Atlantis

 

, presented by TEDx Talks, minutes duration, filmed , posted
, presented by TED Talks, minutes duration, filmed , posted
, presented by TEDx Talks, minutes duration, filmed , posted
, presented by TEDxKC Talks, minutes duration, filmed , posted
, presented by TED Global 2013, minutes duration, filmed , posted
TEDxObserver
TEDx Constitution Drive
TEDxSummit 2012, Doha, Qatar
TEDxBayArea
TED GLOBAL 2011, Edinburgh, Scotland

 

presented by webTV Juicy Living Tour Lilou Macé TV
host Lilou Macé (*1977) French-American webTV host, video blogger (*2005), speaker, interviewer, author

 

, sponsored by Authors@Google, Google Campus, Mountain View, California
, sponsored by Talks at Google, Los Angeles, California
, sponsored by Google Tech Talks, Google Campus, Mountain View, California

 

presented by Exopolitics Radio/TV, host Alfred Lambremont Webre (*1942) US American lawyer, futurist, peace activist, environmental activist, space activist, author

 

, presented by weekly free online publication The Space Review

 

, presented by US American daily broadsheet The Washington Times

 

, presented by the centre-left British online newspaper The Independent

 

, presented by English-language, Indian daily newspaper The Economic Times

 

, presented by the US American news website CNN edition, Health

 

, presented by US American TV channel CNN, program Larry King Live, host Larry King
, presented by US American TV channel OraTV, program Politicking, host Larry King

 

, presented by the US American web portal Big Think, minutes duration, posted
http://bigthink.com/
, präsentiert von dem US-amerikanischen Webportal Big Think

 

excerpted from DVD, presented by the weekly public television series Thinking Allowed (PBS) (1988-2002), host Jeffrey Mishlove, Ph.D., US American director of the Intuition Network, program dean of the University of Philosophical Research, TV host  *
, presented by the US American New Thinking Allowed TV *

 

, präsentiert von dem deutschen Nachrichtenportal des Kölner Nachrichtensenders RTL N-TV.de

 

, presented by the weekly British / U.S. news magazine The Week

 

, präsentiert vom Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen SRF, wöchentliche Dokumentarfilmsendung Sternstunde Kunst, Gastgeberin Barbara Bleisch, Gastgeberin Monika Maria Trost

 

Vimeo video ... presented by Dr. Nicholoas Beecroft, British consultant psychiatrist

 

, präsentiert vom schwedischen TV-Bildungskanal White TV, Gastgeber Dr. Henning Witte, deutsch-schwedischer-estländischer Rechtsanwalt, Aktivist, TV-Moderator
, presented by Swedish TV station White TV, host Dr. Henning Witte, German-Swedish-Estonian laywer, activist, TV host

 

, präsentiert von der aufgelösten deutschen Nachrichten-Website Netzeitung

 

, präsentiert vom deutschen TV-Bildungskanal Bewusst.TV,
Gastgeber Jo Conrad (*1958) deutscher TV-Moderator, esoterischer Autor
Gastgeberin Dagmar Neubronner (*1959) deutsche Diplombiologin, Bindungsforschungsassistentin, Verlegerin, Übersetzerin, TV-Moderatorin

 

, presented by Houston PBS, program Living Smart, #?, host Patricia Gras (*1960) US American television anchor, reporter, journalist

 

, presented by US radio station KPFA Coyote Network, host Caroline Casey, US American visionary activist astrologer

 

, presented by the US American leftist, liberal or progressive Progressive Radio Network] PRN.FM, program [[http://thegarynullshow.podbean.com/|Gary Null Show, host Gary Null (*1945) US American talk radio host, author on alternative and complementary medicine and nutrition

 

, presented by the US American magazine LIFE (1883-2000) *

 

, presented by the US American magazine Collier's (1888-1957) *

 

, presented by Integral Life, Corey W. deVos, US American webmaster and senior editor of KenWilber.com, writer
, präsentiert von Integral Life, Corey W. deVos, US-amerikanischer Webseitenverwalter, Cheflektor von KenWilber.com, Schriftsteller
, presented by Integral Naked

 

, presented by Jeff Salzman, US American integralist, public commentator of Daily Evolver

 

, presented by the triannual peer-reviewed academic journal New Formations

 

, presented by US American weekly business magazine Bloomberg Businessweek

 

, presented by Cato Institute

 

, präsentiert von dem deutschen Onlinemagazin Telepolis des Heise Zeitschriften Verlags

 

, presented by the British The Peoples Voice TV, program Dot-Connector, host Richie Allen
, presented by the British The Richie Allen Show, host Richie Allen

 

, presented by the US American online publication A Voice For Men (AVFM) *

 

, presented by web series Conversations with History via the satellite television channel University of California Television (UCTV), UC Santa Barbara, host Harry Kreisler, US American historian, Institute of International Studies  *

 

, presented by the US American web radio station The Freedomain Radio, A Voice for Men, host and founder Stefan Molyneux (*1966) Irish-born Canadian blogger/vlogger, podcaster on anarcho-capitalism, politics, secular ethics, atheism, right-libertarianism, cryptocurrencies, self-published author *

 

, presented by Integral Naked, host Stuart Davis, managing editor of KenWilber.com
, presented by Integral Life, host Stuart Davis, US American managing editor of KenWilber.com, actor, comedian, director, songwriter, writer

 

, presented by US American online news organization The Raw Story

 

, präsentiert von der englischsprachigen Fachzeitschrift Nature
, presented by the English multidisciplinary scientific journal Nature

 

, presented by Alliance for Natural Health USA (ANH-USA)

 

, presented by UK-based weekly English-language international science magazine New Scientist
, präsentiert von der internationalen populärwissenschaftlichen Fachzeitschrift New Scientist

 

, presented by US American webcast Buddha at the Gas Tank. Interviews with "ordinary" spiritually awakened people, host Rick Archer, US American former TM meditator

 

, episode #xxx, presented by US American web radio station Skeptiko Science at the tipping point, founder and host Alex Tsakiris

 

, präsentiert von der GWUP-Zeitschrift Skeptiker

 

Amnesty International
Amnesty International

 

Sarah Vowell (*1969) US American social commentator, essayist, journalist, author

 

Rosalyn Yalow (1921-2011) US American medical physicist, Nobel Prize co-laureate in physiology or medicine, 1977

 

Gary Renard, US American author
The Disappearance of the Universe, Fearless Books, 2003, Hay House, 2004

 

Roger Williams (1603-1683) English Protestant theologian, early proponent of religious freedom and the separation of church and state, provider of refuge for religious minorities, 1636, initiator of the first Baptist church in America

 

Andreas Anton, M.A., deutscher Soziologe, Kultur- und Sozialforscher der GPP, GfA, Autor
Michael Schetsche, Herausgeber, Michael K. Walter, Herausgeber, Konspiration. Soziologie des Verschwörungsdenkens, Springer VS, 30. November 2013
Unwirkliche Wirklichkeiten. Zur Wissenssoziologie von Verschwörungstheorien, Logos Berlin, 28. Februar 2011

 

Andreas von Bülow (*1937) deutscher SPD-Politiker, Autor von politischen Sachbüchern

 

Sean Stone (*1984) US American actor, film director, producer, cinematographer, TV show host, screenwriter, author

 

Daniel Kehlmann (*1975) Austrian-German writer
Fame, Rowohlt Verlag, 2009, English version, 2010

 

David DeSteno, Ph.D., US American professor of psychology, Northeastern University, author

 

Susan Joy Rennison, B.Sc., British physicist, geophysicist
Tuning the Diamonds. Electromagnetism and Spiritual Evolution, Joyfire Publishing, 2nd edition 15. September 2006

 

Sheena Iyengar, Ph.D. (*1969) US American professor of business, Columbia Business School, choice researcher

 

Robert Maurice Sapolsky, Ph.D. (*1957) US American professor of neurology, neurological sciences, neurosurgery and biological sciences, Stanford University

 

Michael Merzenich, Ph.D., US American professor emeritus of neuroscience, University of California, San Francisco, leading pioneer in brain plasticity research, author

 

James Mark Baldwin (1861-1934) US American philosopher, psychologist

 

Amartya Kumar Sen, CH (*1933) Indian philosopher, economist, Nobel Memorial Prize laureate in economic sciences, 1998

 

Morton Deutsch (1920-2017) US American social psychologist, researcher in conflict resolution

 

A. J. Muste (1885-1967) Dutch-born American clergyman, pacifist, social activist involved in US labor and civil rights movements

 

Dr. Inga Bostad, Norwegian philosopher, pro-rector of the University of Oslo (2009-2013)

 

Kenneth Roman (*1930) US American former CEO of advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide, author

 

Martha Nussbaum, Ph.D. (*1947) US American law and ancient Greek/Roman philosophy professor, University of Chicago, specialized in political philosophy, feminism, ethics, animal rights, author
Dr. Martha Nussbaum (*1947) US-amerikanische Professorin für Philosophie, vergleichende Literaturwissenschaften, Altphilologie, Rechtswissenschaften und Ethik, Universität von Chicago, Aristotelikerin, Feministin, Tierrechtlerin, Autorin

 

André Stern (*1971) französischer Musiker, Komponist, Gitarrenbaumeister, Referent, Journalist, Autor

 

Glenn Greenwald (*1967) US American lawyer, journalist who published on global surveillance programs disclosed by Edward Snowden, columnist, author

 

William Blum (*1933) Jewish-American historian, critic of United States foreign policy, former State Department computer related employee (mid-1960s-1967), opposed to the Vietnam War, journalist, author
Rogue State. A Guide to the World's Only Superpower, Common Courage Press, 2000, third edition 2006

 

Edward Snowden (*1983) US American whistleblower, computer professional, former system administrator for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and a counterintelligence trainer at the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), leaker of classified information from the National Security Agency (NSA) to the mainstream media, starting in June 2013
Edward Snowden (*1983) US-amerikanischer Whistleblower, ehemalige technische Fachkraft für die US-amerikanischen Geheimdienste CIA und DIA, Systemadministrator der NSA (†Mai 2013)

 

William Colby (1920-1996) US American director of central intelligence (CIA) (1973-1976)

 

David Jay Brown (*1961) US American parapsychologist, consciousness researcher, interviewer, writer

 

Jonas Gahr Store (*1960) Norwegian Labour Party politician, minister of foreign affairs, 2005-2012, minister of health and care services,  2012

 

Jürgen Habermas (*1929) German sociologist, philosopher (critical theory and pragmatism)

 

Joachim von Fiore (1135-1202) italienischer Geschichtstheologe, Esoteriker, Mystiker, Abt und Ordensgründer in Kalabrien
Joachim of Fiore (1135-1202) Italian theologian, esoteric, mystic, founder of the monastic order of San Giovanni in Fiore

 

Cato the Elder [The Censor, Wise, Ancient] (234-149 BC) Roman statesman, known for his conservatism and opposition to Hellenization

 

James Perloff, US American alternative researcher, speaker, journalist, author

 

Gerard Menuhin (*1948) britisch-Schweizer Sohn des Violinisten Yehudi Menuhin, Umweltschützer, Filmproduzent, Journalist, Publizist, Schriftsteller
Gerard Menuhin (*1948) British-Swiss son of the violinist Yehudi Menuhin, conservationist, journalist, novelist, writer
Baron Yehudi Menuhin (1916-1999) jüdischer US-amerikanischer-schweizerischer-britischer Violinist, größter Geigenvirtuose des 20. Jahrhunderts, Dirigent
Baron Yehudi Menuhin (1916-1999) Russian Jewish US American violinist, conductor

 

Chip Berlet publiceye.org (*1949) US American senior analyst at Political Research Associates (PRA), former vice president of the National Lawyers Guild, co-chair of Civil Liberties Committee, activist, specializing in the study of right-wing movements (religious right, white supremacists, homophobic groups, paramilitary organizations), investigative journalist, author

 

Matthew N. Lyons, US American independent historian focusing on social movements and systems of oppression

 

Prof. Ian Morris (*1960) britischer Althistoriker, Polyhistoriker, Archäologe, Stanford Universität, Kalifornien, Autor
Ian Morris, Ph.D. (*1960) British professor of archeology and history,Stanford University, California, author

 

Beverly Rubik, Ph.D., US American professor of biophysics, University of California at Berkeley (UCB), researcher of biofield science and energy medicine

 

Jacek Kugler, Ph.D., US American professor of political science, scholar of international relations, former chair of the department of politics and policy, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, California, president of International Studies Association (2004-2005) and Peace Science Society (1995-1996), editor of International Interactions professor of political science,

 

Stewart Swerdlow, US American linguist, hyperspace intuitive, "recruited" for specific government mind-control experiments, including 13 years at the Montauk Project, lecturer, author

 

Prof. Dieter Otten (*1943) deutscher Professor für Soziologie, Universität Osnabrück, Vorstand der Stiftung Internetforschung

 

Anatoly Fomenko, Ph.D. (*1945) Russian professor of mathematics, Moscow State University, member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, topologist, supporter of revising historical chronology

 

Eve Lorgen, US American UFO/alien abduction researcher, consultant in anomalous trauma, hypnotherapist, coach, author

 

Morten Tolboll, Danish philosopher, globetrotter, blogger

 

Dr. med. Joachim Bauer (*1951) deutscher Internist, Neurobiologe, Psychiater, Psychotherapeut, Molekularbiologe, Universitätsprofessor, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Freiburg, Sachbuchautor

 

Jordan Peterson, Ph.D. (*1962) Canadian clinical psychologist, professor of psychology, University of Toronto, political scientist, author

 

Don F. Jordan (*1941) US-amerikanischer Korrespondent, Moderator für Deutsche Welle-TV (1994-2001), Publizist

 

Louis Sass, US American professor of clinical psychology, Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, Rutgers University, expert in severe psychopathology, philosophy and psychology

 

Dr. Thomas Steininger (*1968) österreichischer Philosoph, Kulturaktivist, Hörfunkmoderator von evolve Radio, Journalist, ehemals WIE-Chefredakteur, Herausgeber des deutschen Magazins evolve
Dr. Thomas Steininger (*1968) Austrian philosopher, cultural activist, moderator of evolve Radio, former senior editor of WIE magazine, founder of the German magazine evolve

 

Richard L. Day, Ph.D. (1905-1989) US American professor of pediatrics, insider of the Rockefeller dynasty, author

 

Jules Feiffer (*1929) US American syndicated cartoonist

 

Thorwald Dethlefsen (1946-2010) deutscher esoterischer Autor
Schicksal als Chance. Das Urwissen zur Vollkommenheit des Menschen, Goldmann Verlag, 49. Auflage 1. Dezember 1980
Ödipus der Rätsellöser. Der Mensch zwischen Schuld und Erlösung, Goldmann Verlag, 1992

 

Dr. Rüdiger Dahlke (*1951) deutscher Psychotherapeut, Ganzheitsmediziner, Dozent, Autor
Thorwald Dethlefsen (1946-2010) (1946-2010) deutscher esoterischer Autor
Klassiker der Körper- und Krankheitssymbolik Krankheit als Weg. Deutung und Be-deutung der Krankheitsbilder, Mosaik Verlag bei Goldmann Verlag, 1. Auflage 1983, Bassermann Verlag, 3. Auflage 14. Juli 2008

 

Konstantin Meyl (*1952) deutscher Professor für Leistungselektronik, Hochschule Furtwangen, seit 1986, Elektroniker, Energietechniker
Konstantin Meyl (*1952) German professor of power electronics, University Furtwangen, since 1986, electronics engineer, energy technician

 

Phil Donahue (*1935) US American media personality, film producer, creator and host of
The Phil Donahue Show, writer

 

Bob Altemeyer (*1940) Canadian retired professor of psychology, University of Manitoba, producer of the scale for Right-wing authoritarianism, author
The Authoritarians, PDF, 2006

 

John Dean (*1938) US American White House counsel for US president Richard Nixon (1970-1973), columnist, author
Conservatives Without  Conscience, Viking Press, July 2006

 

Linda Moulton Howe (*1942) US American Regional Emmy award-winning documentary producer-writer-director-editor, investigative journalist

 

Eye-opening interview with Carol Rosin about the late Wernher von Braun, presented by interviewer [
Judith Reisman, Ph.D. drjudithreisman.com (*1935) US American professor of communications, social critic of the work and legacy of Alfred Kinsey, president of the Institute for Media Education, cultural conservative author
Kinsey, Crimes & Consequences
Judith Reisman, Ph.D. drjudithreisman.com (*1935) US-amerikanische Professoring der Kommunikationswissenschaft, seit 2011 Gastprofessorin, Liberty University, Virginia, Kritikerin der Person und des Werk des Sexualforschers Alfred Kinsey und der Pornographisierung der westlichen Gesellschaft

 

Ivor Armstrong Richards (1893-1979) influential English literary critic, rhetorician
The Meaning of Meaning, Principles of Literary Criticism, Practical Criticism, 1923 --- containing    Triangle of reference
Semiotisches Dreieck Relation zwischen Symbol, dem Begriff und dem damit gemeinten realen Ding

 

Firsthand Report on B4U-ACT Conference for ‘Minor-Attracted Persons’ – Aims at Normalizing Pedophilia, presented by americansfortruth.com, 22. August 2011
Featuring sexologist Fred Berlin presided over pro-pedophile conference
Fred Berlin, US American psychiatrist, sexologist specializing in sex offenses, consultant to the National Conference of Catholic Bishops' Ad Hoc Committee on Sexual Abuse
John Money, Ph.D. (1921-2006) US American professor of psychology, Johns-Hopkins University, controversioal sexologist, author

 

Peter R. Breggin, M.D. (*1936) US American psychiatrist, critic of biological psychiatry and psychiatric medication

 

Adam Winkler, Ph.D., US American professor of constitutional law, University of California, Los Angeles
Gunfight. The Battle over the Right to Bear Arms in America, W.W. Norton & Company, 1st edition 19. September 2011

 

Robert J. Shiller, Ph.D. (*1946) US American professor of economics, Yale School of Management's International Center for Finance, Yale University, Nobel laureate in economics, 2013, academic, author

 

George A. Akerlof, Ph.D. (*1940) US American professor of economics, University of California, Berkeley, Nobel laureate in economics, 2001

 

Susanne Posel, US American integral investigative journalist, radio host

 

Frances Vaughan, Ph.D. (†2017) US-amerikanische transpersonale Psychologin, Erzieherin, spirituelle Autorin
Frances Vaughan, Ph.D., US American transpersonal psychologist, educator, spiritual author
PhD Dr. Roger Walsh, australischer Professor für Psychiatrie, Philosophie und Anthropologie, Universität von Kalifornien, Irvine, Autor
Roger Walsh, Ph.D., M.D. (†2017) Australian professor of psychiatry, philosophy and anthropology, University of California, Irvine, author
[editors]: Paths Beyond Ego, Tarcher, 15. September 1993

 

Robert Emmons, Ph.D. (*1958) US American professor of psychology, UC Davis, California, specialized in psychology of personality, emotion, and religion

 

Masaru Emoto (1943-2014) Japanese entrepreneur, water researcher, author
Dr. Masaru Emoto (1943-2014) japanischer Unternehmer, Alternativmediziner, Parawissenschaftler, Wasserforscher, Autor

 

Joseph Banks Rhine [J. B. Rhine] (1895-1980) US American botanist, founder of scientific research in parapsychology, Duke University, founder of the Journal of Parapsychology, the Foundation for Research on the Nature of Man, and the Parapsychological Association

 

Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee (*1953) English psychologist, dream researcher, Sufi teacher, lineage successor in the Naqshbandiyya-Mujaddidiyya Sufi Order, lecturer, author
Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee (*1953) englischer Psychologe, Traumforscher, Lehrer der Naqschbandiyya-Mudschaddidiyya-Sufi-Linie (Nebenlinie der Naqschbandi-Tariqa), Redner, Autor

 

Douglas Thomas, Ph.D. (*1966) US American associate professor, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California, cultural historian, journalist, author

 

Marc Lewis, Ph.D. (*1951) US American professor of developmental neuroscience, expert in dynamic systems approaches to understanding the development of emotions and personality, Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands

 

Kenneth Wapnick, Ph.D. (1942-2013) US-amerikanischer Psychologe, Psychotherapeut, Gründer von Foundation for A Course in Miracles (FACIM), EKiW-Lehrer, Autor
Kenneth Wapnick, Ph.D. (1942-2013) US American psychologist, psychotherapist, founder of Foundation for A Course in Miracles (FACIM), ACIM teacher, author

 

Stephen S. Hall, Ph.D., US American professor of science journalism and explanatory journalism, Columbia University, award-winning science writer,

 

Mae-Wan Ho, Ph.D., HongKong-British geneticist, biophysicist, director of the Institute of Science in Society, co-founder of the International Science Panel on Genetic Modification, scientific advisor to the Third World Network

 

Jan Holden, Ph.D., US American associate professor of counseling and higher education, University of North Texas

 

Julian Assange (*1971) australischer politischer Aktivist, ehemaliger Computerhacker, Programmierer, Sprecher der Enthüllungsplattform WikiLeaks, investigativer Journalist,

 

Karlfried Graf Dürckheim (1896-1988) deutscher Diplomat, Psychotherapeut, Zen-Lehrer

 

Arianna Stassinopoulos-Huffington (*1950) Greek-American syndicated columnist, founder of the news website The Huffington Post, ex-wife of former Republican congressman Michael Huffington, conservative (until mid-1990s), liberal author (late 1990s)
Arianna Huffington (*1950) griechisch-US-amerikanische Journalistin, Mitbegründerin und Chefredakteurin der Online-Zeitung The Huffington Post, politische Blog-Autorin, Sachbuchautorin

 

Geraint Straker (1989) British philosopher

 

Jacques Schuster, deutsch-jüdischer Kolumnist

 

Frederic Vester

 

Igor Kufayev

 

Indira Gandhi

 

Lawrence Kohlberg

 

Diana, Princess of Wales (1961-1997) British first wife of Charles, Prince of Wales

 

Bill Moyers (*1934) US American political commentator, journalist
Bill Moyers (*1934) US-amerikanischer politischer Kommentator, Journalist

 

Max Born (1882-1970) German mathematician, physicist, instrumental in the development of quantum mechanics

 

Pluto

 

Lord Robert Winston, Ph.D. (*1940) British professor of British professor of science and society, University of Wolverhampton, physician, television presenter, politician

 

Boris Mouravieff (1890-1966) French historian, Christian esotericist, author
trilogy of 3 volumes Gnosis, Exoteric Cycle. Study and Commentaries on the Esoteric Tradition of Eastern Orthodoxy, Praxis Institute Press, 1st edition June 1990

 

Lizz Winstead (*1961) US American commedienne, co-creator of The Daily Show

 

Andreas Popp (*1961) deutscher Wirtschaftsforscher, Gesellschaftspolitiker, Mitglied der Wissensmanufaktur, Autor

 

Betty J. Kovacs, Ph.D. Kamlak.com US American professor emerita of comparative literature and theory of symbolic language, Pasadena City College, author

 

Alexander Marshack (1918-2004) US American independent scholar, Paleolithic archaeologist, journalist, author

 

Peter Orban (*1944) deutscher Psychologe, Astrologe, Therapeut, Familienaufsteller, Autor

 

Selma Lagerlöf (1858-1940) schwedische Schriftstellerin

 

Marco Bischof marcobischof.com (*1947) schweizerischer Wissenschaftshistoriker und -journalist, Autor der Grenzwissenschaft
Biophotonen. Das Licht in unseren Zellen, Verlag Zweitausendeins, Frankfurt, 522 Seiten, 1995, 13. Auflage 2000

 

Abraham Flexner (1866-1959) US American educator, producer of the Flexner Report to reform medical education in the United States, 1910, cofounder of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, member and secretary of the Rockefeller Foundation's General Education Board (1912-1925)

 

Matthew Henry (1662-1714) English Presbyterian minister, commentator on the Bible

 

Thomas Sheridan (*1964) Irish alternative artist, musician, independent researcher, broadcaster, public speaker, author

 

Kay Redfield Jamison (*1946) US American professor of psychiatry, John's Hopkins School of Medicine, clinical psychologist, struggling lifelong with manic-depressive illness

 

Anne Baring (*1931) British historian, Jungian psychoanalyst, feminist author
Jules Cashford, British professor of philosophy, psychologist, Jungian psychoanalyst, author
The Myth of The Goddess. Evolution of an Image, Viking 1991, Penguin Arkana, 1992, Penguin, reprint edition 1. June 1993

 

Dr. med. Larry Dossey (*1940) US-amerikanischer Internist, spiritueller Referent, visionärer Autor
Larry Dossey, M.D. (*1940) US American internist, pioneer of spiritualizing healthcare, public speaker, author on complementary medicine
Recovering the Soul. A Scientific and Spiritual Search, Bantam Books, November 1989
Healing Words. The Power of Prayer and the Practice of Medicine, HarperOne, 1st edition 19. January 1995
Reinventing Medicine. Beyond Mind-Body to a New Era of Healing, HarperOne, 1st edition 8. September 1999, 5. September 2000
Healing Beyond the Body. Medicine and the Infinite Reach of the Mind, Shambala, 2001, 1st edition 11. February 2003
The Power of Premonitions. How Knowing the Future Can Shape Our Lives, Dutton Adult, 1st edition 30. April 2009

 

Martin Gilens, Ph.D., US American professor of politics, Princeton University
Benjamin I. Page, Ph.D., US American professor of politics, Northwestern University

 

Sam Parnia, M.D., US American assistant professor of medicine, State University of New York, Stony Brook, leader of the AWARE Study of near-death experiences, author
Sam Parnia, M.D., US-amerikanischer Kardiologe, Intensivmediziner Universität Southampton, Nahtodforscher, Leiter der AWARE Study, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York

 

Prof. Michael Hudson (*1939) US-amerikanischer Professor der Wirtschaftswissenschaften, Historiker, Universität von Missouri-Kansas City, ehemaliger Wall Street-Analyst, Autor
Michael Hudson, Ph.D. (*1939) US American historian, professor of economics, University of Missouri, Kansas City, research associate, Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, former Wall Street analyst, author
The Bubble and Beyond. Fictitious Capital, Debt Deflation and Global Crisis, Islet, 1. July 2012

 

Neil Crofts, US American promoter of authentic leadership, author

 

Johannes Czwalina (*1952) deutscher Theologe, Unternehmensberater, Autor

 

An­dre­as Exner (*1973) österreichischer Ökologe, wertkritischer Publizist, Gewerkschafter in der Arbeiterkammer Kärnten

 

Jürgen Rose (*1958) ehemaliger deutscher Oberstleutnant der Bundeswehr, Vorstandsmitglied des pazifistischen Arbeitskreises Darmstädter Signal, deutscher Publizist

 

Peter Gold, US American professor of anthropology, California Institute of Integral Studies, research associate at the Laboratory of Anthropology, Museum of New Mexico, director of the Ancient Ways Project, tibetologist, practitioner of Tibet's Buddhist philosophy and musical traditions, author of four books on Tibetan culture

 

Konrad Lorenz, Ph.D. (1903-1989) Austrian zoologist, ethologist, ornithologist, Nobel Peace Prize laureate in physiology or medicine, 1973
Prof. Dr. Konrad Lorenz (1903-1989) österreichischer Professor für Psychologie, Zoologe, Tierpsychologe, Hauptvertreter der klassischen vergleichenden Verhaltensforschung (Ethologie), Nobelpreisträger für Physiologie oder Medizin, 1973
Die acht Todsünden der zivilisierten Menschheit, Serie Piper, München, 1. Auflage 1973, 29. Auflage 2002, 34. Auflage 2009

 

Albert Szent-Györgyi (1893-1986) Hungarian-born US American physiologist, biochemist, Nobel Peace Prize laureate in physiology or medicine, 1937

 

Sir William Henry Bragg (1862-1942) British physicist, chemist, mathematician, sportsman, Nobel Peace Prize laureate in physics, 1915

 

Bessel van der Kolk, Ph.D., US American professor of psychiatry, researcher in post-traumatic stress, Boston University, author

 

Amory Lovins (*1947) US American physicist, environmental scientist, chairman/chief scientist of the Rocky Mountain Institute, writer

 

L. Hunter Lovins (*1950) US American promoter of sustainable development, president of Natural Capitalism Solutions, author

 

Jerry I. Porras, US American professor, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University,  Lane professor emeritus of Organizational Behavior and Change, business and management analyst
Built to Last. Successful Habits of Visionary Companies, 26. October 1994

 

June Campbell (*1945) schottische Religionswissenschaftlerin, akademische Feministin, ehemalige Kagyu-Nonne, persönliche Übersetzerin des tibetischen Lamas Kalu Rinpoche (70iger Jahre)
June Campbell (*1945) Scottish religious scholar, academic feminist, Kagyu nun and personal translator of the Tibetan Lama Kalu Rinpoche (70ties)
Traveller in Space. Gender, Identity and Tibetan Buddhism, Continuum International Publishing Group, 1996, revised edition May 2002

 

Joseph Atwill, US-amerikanischer unabhängiger Bibelgelehrter, Autor
Das Messias-Rätsel. Die Geheimsache Jesus, Allegria, 11. September 2008
Joseph Atwill, US American independent Bible scholar, investigative researcher, author
Caesar's Messiah. The Roman Conspiracy to Invent Jesus, Ulysses Press, 15. April 2005

 

Robert Axelrod, Ph.D. (*1943) US American professor of political science and public policy, University of Michigan, consultant and speaker on behalf of the United Nations, the World Bank, and the U.S. Department of Defense, author
The Complexity of Cooperation. Agent-Based Models of Competition and Collaboration, Princeton University Press, 7. September 1997

 

Robert May, Ph.D. (*1936) Australian professor of theoretical ecology, universities Sydney and Princeton, chief scientific advisor to the United Kingdom government, president of the Royal Society, appointed member of the council of the British Science Association

 

John A. Rush, Ph.D., US American professor of anthropology, Sierra College, Rocklin, California, medical hypnotherapist, author

 

Eric Karlstrom, Ph.D.  (*1958) US American professor emeritus of geography, California State University

 

Scilla Elworthy (*1943) Scottish peace builder, founder of the NGO Oxford Research Group for effective dialogue between nuclear weapons policy-makers worldwide and their critics, 1982, executive director of the ORG (1982-2003), member of the World Future Council

 

Dieter Rohmann, deutscher Diplompsychologe, Kult-Ausstiegsberater

 

Deena Metzger, US American teacher, storyteller, medicine woman, healer, poet, essayist, novelist

 

Anne Michaels (*1958) Canadian novelist, poet
Fugitive Pieces, Vintage, 26. May 1998

 

John Dryden (1631-1700) English literary critic, translator, poet, playwright

 

Charles Wright Mills (1916-1962) US American professor of sociology, Columbia University (1946-1962), author
The Power Elite, 1956

 

Rauni Kilde, M.D. EUCACH.org (1939-2015) Finnish physician, lecturer on parapsychology, ufology and mind control since 1982, author
Dr. med. Rauni Kilde (1939-2015) finnische Ärztin, ehemalige Gesundheitsministerin, Referentin zu Parapsychologie, Ufologie und Bewusstseinskontrolle seit 1982, Autorin

 

William Stafford (1914-1993) US American poet
The Way It Is. New and Selected Poems, Graywolf Press, 1st edition 1. March 1999

 

OM Cedric Parkin (*1962) deutscher Advaita-Lehrer, Mystiker, Geschäftsmann, mystischer Buchautor
Die Geburt des Löwen, Lüchow, Taschenbuch, 1. Auflage 1998, Goldmann Arkana, März 2006

 

David Graeber, Ph.D. (*1961) US American associate professor of social anthropology, philosophical-political activist, author
Dr. David Graeber (*1961) US-amerikanischer Professor für soziale Ethnologie und Wirtschaft, London School of Economics and Political Science, philosophisch-politischer-anarchistischer Aktivist, Autor

 

Henry Corbin (1903-1978) French professor of Islamic Studies, Sorbonne in Paris, France, theologian, philosopher, author

 

Robert D. Hare, C.M., Ph.D. hare.org (*1934) Canadian professor of experimental psychology, researcher in psychopathology, psychophysiology, criminal psychology, developer of Hare Psychopathy Checklist-Revised (PCL-R), University of British Columbia
Robert D. Hare, C.M., Ph.D. (*1934) kanadischer emeritierter Professor für Kriminalpsychologie, Entwickler der Checkliste zur Ermittlung von Psychopathie, Universität von British Columbia

 

Edwin Hubbell Chapin (1814-1880) US American Universalist minister, orator, poet, editor of the Christian Leader
Edwin H. Chapin (1814-1880) US-amerikanischer Prediger, Dichter, Herausgeber der Zeitschrift Christian Leader

 

Gandalf
J. R. R. Tolkien [Work LoC 390] (1892-1973) English professor of philology, poet, writer    TvF 124
The Lord of the Rings [LoC 350] 3 volumes (1937-1949), George Allen & Unwin, United Kingdom, 29. July 1954, 11. November 1954, 20. October 1955
J. R. R. Tolkien [Werk BW 390] (1892-1973) englischer Professor für Philologie, Dichter, Fantasy-Literat
Der Herr der Ringe [BW 350] (1937-1949) 1969/1970

 

Garth Nix (*1963) Australian author, mostly of children's and young adult fantasy novels

 

Linda Moulton Howe (*1942) US American Regional Emmy award-winning documentary film maker, investigative journalist

 

Kevin P. Miller, US American award winning film producer and director, writer
Documentary Generation RX, YouTube film, 1:21:03 duration, posted 14. April 2013

 

Peter Bishop, Australian associate professor of communication and cultural studies, University of South Australia
Dreams of Power. Tibetan Buddhism and the Western Imagination, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, January 1993

 

Dick Gregory (1932-2017) US American comedian, social critic, social activist, entrepreneur, writer

 

Peter Block (*1940) US American consultant, speaker in the areas of organization development, community building, and civic engagement, author

 

Lucian of Samosata (125-past 180 AD) Roman rhetorician, satirist who wrote in the Greek language during the Second Sophistic

 

Kenneth O'Keefe (*1969) Irish-Palestinian citizen, humanitarian peace activist, former United States Marine and Gulf War veteran, renounced US citizenship in 2001

 

David Chalmers (*1966) Australian professor of philosophy, Australian National University, cognitive scientist on mind and language

 

Suzanne Segal (1955-1997) US American teacher about awakening, author
Collision With the Infinite. A Life Beyond the Personal Self, Blue Dove Press, 2nd edition November 1996
Suzanne Segal (1955-1997) US-amerikanische Lehrerin über das Erwachen, Autorin
Kollision mit der Unendlichkeit. Ein Leben jenseits des persönlichen Selbst, Übersetzer Heiner Siegelmann, Rowohlt, 3. Auflage März 2005

 

William Duncan Silkworth, M.D. (1873-1951) US American medical doctor specialised in the treatment of alcoholism, director of the Charles B. Towns Hospital for Drug and Alcohol Addictions in New York City in the 1930s

 

Saint Christopher [LoC 550]
Christophorus [BW 550]

 

Nicholas D. Kristof (*1959) US American journalist, The New York Times op-ed columnist, author, two-fold Pulitzer prize laureate
Sheryl WuDunn (*1959) US American business executive, philanthropy expert, lecturer, writer, Pulitzer Prize laureate
Half the Sky. Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide, Vintage, reprint edition 1. June 2010

 

Dorothea Dix (1802-1887) US American activist on behalf of the indigent insane

 

Robert Lawlor (*1938) US American mythographer, symbologist, translator, metaphysical author

 

Edward Leedskalnin (1887-1951) Latvian amateur sculptor, developer of theories on magnetism

 

William Irwin Thompson (*1938) US American cultural historian, social philosopher, cultural critic, mythologist, poet, writer
William Irwin Thompson (*1938) US-amerikanischer Sozialphilosoph, Kulturwissenschaftler und -kritiker, Dichter, Schriftsteller

 

Fulcanelli [Pseudonym] (*1877) French alchemist, esoteric author
Fulcanelli. Master Alchemist: Le Mystere des Cathedrales, Esoteric Intrepretation of the Hermetic Symbols of The Great Work, 1926, Brotherhood of Life, 1st edition 15. January 1984
Fulcanelli [Pseudonym] (*1877) französischer Alchemist, esoterischer Autor des 20. Jahrhunderts

 

Donna Hicks, Ph.D., US American psychologist, facilitator during international conflicts, associate at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, public educator, author

 

Reginald McKenna (1863-1943) British banker, chairman of the board, Midlands Bank of England, Liberal politician, Home Secretary and Chancellor of the Exchequer during the premiership of H. H. Asquith

 

Donna Hicks, Ph.D., US American facilitator during international conflicts, public educator, author

 

William Lyon Mackenzie King [Mackenzie King] (1874-1950) Canadian political leader (1920s-1940s), tenth Liberal prime minister of Canada

 

Pier Luigi Ighina (1908-2004) Italian free energy researcher

 

Stanley Allen Meyer (1940-1998) US American inventor of a free energy device

 

Louis Nizer (1902-1994) noted British American trial lawyer, senior partner of a law firm

 

William Sargant (1907-1988) controversial British psychiatrist, atheist, life-long depressive, drug-tester, promoter of psychosurgery, deep sleep treatment, electroconvulsive therapy and insulin shock therapy, consultant of British Secret Service MI5
Battle for the Mind. A Physiology of Conversion and Brainwashing – How Evangelists, Psychiatrists, Politicians, and Medicine Men Can Change Your Beliefs and Behavior, Heinemann, London, 1957, Malor Books, Cambridge, Massachusetts, reprint edition 1. October 1997

 

Wayne Teasdale (1945-2004) US American Catholic monk, educator, proponent of interspirituality, social justice campaigner, author
Bruder Wayne Teasdale (1945-2004) US-amerikanischer katholischer Mönch, interspiritueller Lehrer, interreligiöser Autor

 

Andrea Rossi (*1950) Italian entrepreneur, inventor of the Energy Catalyzer (cold fusion thermal power source)

 

Viktor Grebennikov (1927-2001) Russian scientist, entomologist, naturalist

 

Rev. Kevin D. Annett hiddenfromhistory.org (*1956) Canadian anthropologist, political scientist, defrocked minister, whistleblower, secretary of The Truth Commission into Genocide in Canada, filmproducer, author
secretary of the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State

 

Albert Bandura, Ph.D. (*1925) Canadian psychologist, David Starr Jordan professor emeritus of social science in psychology, Stanford University

 

Alexis Carrel (1873-1944) French surgeon, biologist, pioneer of vascular suturing techniques, Nobel laureate in physiology/medicine, 1912

 

Robert Provine, Ph.D. (*1943) US-amerikanischer Professor für Neuropsychologie, Universität von Maryland (UMBC), Lachwissenschaftler (Gelotologe)

 

John D. Rockefeller Jr. (1874-1960) US American businessman, Standard Oil industrialist, philanthropist, pivotal member of the prominent Rockefeller dynasty

 

David Rockefeller (1915-2017) US American banker, billionaire, "philanthropist", eugenicist, current patriarch of the Rockefeller family
autobiography Memoirs, Random House, New York, 2002
David Rockefeller, Sr. (1915-2017) US-amerikanischer Bankier, Milliardär, "Philanthrop", Staatsmann, Patriarch der Rockefeller-Familie
Autobiografie Erinnerungen eines Weltbankiers,

 

Marc Gafni (*1960) controversial US American "spiritual teacher", serial sexual offender, former orthodox rabbi associated with the Jewish renewal movement, speaker, author

 

Ignatius of Loyola (1491-1556) Spanish knight, hermit, theologian, priest since 1537, crypto-Jewish co-founder of the Society of Jesus (SJ), 1540, first Superior General of the Jesuits, 1541
Ignatius von Loyola (1491-1556) spanischer Ritter, Offizier, Theologe, Einsiedler, kryptojüdischer Mitbegründer und erster Superior des Jesuitenordens, Heiligsprechung 1622

 

Prof. Arvid Kappas [http://www.arvidkappas.com/about.html|arvidkappas.com]] deutscher Professor für Emotionspsychologie, Jacobs Universität Bremen, Intuitionsforscher

 

Colman McCarthy (*1938) US American pacifist, progressive, anarchist, long-time peace activist, director of the Center for Teaching Peace, Washington, D.C. (1969-1997), teacher, lecturer, journalist

 

Ivan Illich (1926-2002) Austrian US American theologian, Roman Catholic priest, philosopher, social critic of the Western culture, author
Ivan Illich (1926-2002) österreichisch-US-amerikanischer Theologe, katholischer Priester, Philosoph, sozialkritischer Autor

 

Peter Hans Kolvenbach, SJ (1928-2016) 29th Superior General of the largest male Catholic religious order [[wpe:Society_of_Jesus|Society of Jesus (SJ)] (1981-2008)

 

Wilfred Trotter, British head and neck surgeon, University College Hospital, London, author
Instincts of the Herd in Peace and War, 1st edition 1916, 2nd edition 1942

 

Peter König (*1956) deutscher Professor für Philosophie an der Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg

 

Peter König, Schweizer Ökonom, ehemaliger Mitarbeiter der Weltbank, Kritiker von Korruption und Ausbeutung, Autor

 

Eric Jon Phelps vaticanassassins.org (*1953) US American protagonist in the Truth Seeker movement, author
The Jesuits, closely related to the Knights of Malta, authored the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, control all secret agencies including KGB, CIA, Mossad, BND and SIS.

 

Rima E. Laibow, M.D., US American physician, psychiatrist, activist, medical director of Natural Solutions Foundation
Rima E. Laibow, M.D., US-amerikanische Ärztin, Aktivistin, medizinische Direktorin von Natural Solutions Foundation

 

William Poundstone, US American columnist, skeptic, author

 

Charles Duhhig (*1974) US American journalist business section of The New York Times, Pulitzer prize laureate

 

John Hajnal (1924-2008) Hungarian-British academic in the fields of mathematics and economics (statistics)

 

Bruce Bueno de Mesquita (*1946) US American professor of political science, New York University, senior fellow of The Hoover Institution, Stanford University

 

Antony C. Sutton, Ph.D. (1925-2002) British-US American professor of economics, California State University Los Angeles, opposed research fellow of Hoover Institution, Stanford University (1968-1973), historian, writer
Antony C. Sutton, Ph.D. (1925-2002) britischer Ökonomie-Professor, California State University Los Angeles, angefeindeter Forschungsstipendiat der Hoover Institution, Stanford University (1968-1973), Historiker, Schriftsteller

 

Thomas Van Flandern (1940-2009) US American astronomer, lateral thinker, proponent of extra-terrestrial life, author specializing in celestial mechanics
Thomas Van Flandern (1940-2009) US-amerikanischer Astronom, Querdenker

 

Albertus Magnus, O.P. [Albert the Great, Albert of Cologne] (1193/1206-1280) German Dominican friar, bishop, Roman Catholic Doctor of the Church, saint, 1931
Albertus Magnus, O.P. [Albert der Große] (~1200-1280) deutscher Gelehrter, Bischof, Wegbereiter des christlichen Aristotelismus des Hochmittelalters war, römisch-katholischer Kirchenlehrer und Heiliger, 1931

 

Ursula K. Le Guin (*1929) US American author of short stories, children's books, novels, mainly in the genres of fantasy and science fiction
science fiction novel The Lathe of Heaven, Avon Books, 1971
Ursula Le Guin (*1929) US-amerikanische Autorin von Science-Fiction und Fantasy-Literatur
Science-Fiction-Roman Die Geißel des Himmels, Heyne, München, 1974

 

Rita Mae Brown (*1944) US American feminist, activist, screenwriter, mystery writer, writer
novel Sudden Death, Bantam, 1983

 

Akira Kurosawa (1910-1998) japanischer Filmregisseur, Filmproduzent
Akira Kurosawa (1910-1998) Japanese film director, screenwriter, producer, editor

 

C. Sue Carter, Ph.D., US American professor of psychiatry, biologist, zoologist, behavioral neuroendocrinologist

 

Robert Reich, Ph.D. (*1946) US American professor of economics and public politics, University of California, Berkeley, 22nd US secretary of labor (1993-1997), political commentator, author
Prof. Robert B. Reich (*1946) US-amerikanischer Professor für öffentliche Politik, UCB, Wirtschaftswissenschaftler, US-Arbeitsminister (1993-1997), politischer Kommentator, Autor

 

Samuel Beckett (1906-1989) irischer Schriftsteller, Nobelpreisträger für Literatur, 1969
Samuel Beckett (1906-1989) Irish writer, Nobel laureate in literature, 1969
absurdist play Waiting for Godot, premiered 5. January 1953

 

Orhan Pamuk (*1952) Turkish academic, screenwriter, novelist, Nobel laureate in literature, 2006

 

William Golding (1911-1993) English playwright, poet, novelist, Nobel laureate in literature, 1983
dystopian novel Lord of the Flies, Faber and Faber, United Kingdom, 17. September 1954
William Golding (1911-1993) englischer Dichter, Bühnenschriftsteller, Romanautor, Literaturnobelpreisträger, 1983
dytopischer Roman Herr der Fliegen,1954, Fischer-Taschenbuch-Verlag, München, 2008

 

wp:Halldòr_LaxnessHalldòr Laxness (1902-1998) isländischer Schriftsteller, Literaturnobelpreisträger

 

SJohn Dee (1527-1608/1609) Welsh mathematician, astronomer, astrologer, alchemist, master occultist, Hermetic philosopher, creator of Enochian magic, navigator, imperialist, consultant to Elizabeth I of England, first head of MI5

 

Edward Kelley (1555-1597) English Renaissance occultist, clairvoyant, self-declared spirit medium working with John Dee in his magical investigations

 

Rev. Dr. James W. Moore, US American former senior pastor, St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, Houston, Texas, author

 

Jeffrey Wolf Green (*1946) US-amerikanischer Astrologe, Begründer von Evolutionary Astrology
Jeffrey Wolf Green (*1946) US American astrologer, founder of Evolutionary Astrology

 

Johann Friedrich Schweitzer [John Frederick Helvetius] (1625-1709) Dutch physician of German extraction, alchemical writer

 

David Richo, Ph.D., M.F.T., US American psychotherapist, teacher, workshop leader, writer
David Richo, Ph.D., M.F.T., US-amerikanischer Psychotherapeut, Lehrer, Seminarleiter, Autor
Reif werden füreinander. Wie man in Beziehungen erwachsen wird – Die fünf Dimensionen authentischer Liebe, Windpferd, 1. Auflage 1. Februar 2009

 

Naomi Klein (*1970) Canadian social activist, political analyst of corporate globalization, author
The Shock Doctrine. The Rise of Disaster Capitalism, critical analysis of the history of neoliberal economics, Knopf Canada, 1st edition 2007

 

Thomas Norton (1433-1513) English alchemist, poet
Ordinal of Alchemy, 1477
Thomas Norton (1532-1584) English lawyer, politician, writer of verse

 

Michał Sędziwój [Michael Sendivogius] (1566-1636) Polish medical doctor, pioneer of chemistry, alchemist, philosopher

 

Russell Blaylock, M.D., Ph.D., US American retired neurosurgeon, author

 

Artephius (~*1130/1150) Jewish or Arabic hermetic philosopher, writer of alchemical texts

 

Anthony Daniels [Theodore Dalrymple] (*1949) English psychiatrist, retired prison physician, Kinsey biographer, author

 

James H. Jones, Kinsey biographer

 

Basil Valentine [Basilius Valentinus] Benedictian monk, alchemist, German speaking author
Basilius Valentinus, Benediktiner-Mönch, deutschsprachiger Autor alchemistischer Schriften, veröffentlichte Drucke seit 1599, Handschriften seit dem frühen 17. Jahrhundert

 

Count Bernard Trevisan (1406-1490) Italian alchemist
Bernhardus Trevisanus [Graf Bernhard von Tresne und Naygen, Bernadus Comes] (1406-1490) italienischer Alchemist

 

Rhea Powers (*1945) US American medium, past life therapist, spiritual teacher, author

 

David Meerman Scott (*1961) US American online marketing strategist, author

 

David E. Nichols, Ph.D. (*1944) US American pharmacologist, medicinal chemist, Purdue University

 

Hesiod (~750-~650 BC) Greek poet

 

Hypatia (351/370-415 AD) Greek female Neoplatonist philosopher in Roman Egypt, mathematician, head of the Platonist school at Alexandria, Egypt, teacher of philosophy and astronomy
Hypathia (~355-415 n. Chr.) griechische spätantike Mathematikerin in Alexandria, Ägypgten, Astronomin, neuplatonische Philosophin, gnostische Lehrerin

 

Eugene Mallove, BS, MS (1947-2004) US American scientist, science writer, editor, publisher of Infinite Energy magazine, founder of the non-profit organization New Energy Foundation

 

John Bedini John Bedini (* ) US American engineer, inventor of free energy devices

 

Eustace Mullins (1923-2010) populist US American political writer, biographer

 

James Paul Warburg (1896-1969) German-born American banker, financial adviser to US president Franklin D. Roosevelt, member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)
James Paul Warburg (1896-1969) deutsch-stämmiger US-amerikanischer Bankier, finanzieller Berater von US-Präsident, Mitglied des Rats für Auswärtige Angelegenheiten (RAB)
Peter Lindemann (*1951) US American engineer, free energy researcher, lecturer

 

Robert A. Johnson (*1921) US American Jungian analyst, lecturer, author

 

Adrian Bejan, Ph.D., Romanian-American professor of mechanical engineering, Duke University, discoverer of the constructal law of design and evolution in nature

 

Hans Jürgen Krysmanski (1935-2016) deutscher emeritierter Professor für Soziologie, Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität, Münster, Autor

 

Royal Raymond Rife (1888-1971) US American inventor, early exponent of high-magnification time-lapse cine-micrography

 

Arnold Keyserling (1922-2005) deutsch-österreichischer Professor für Philosophie, Religionswissenschaftler, Mathematiker, Redner, Schriftsteller
Arnold Keyserling (1922-2005) German professor of philosophy, University of Vienna,   Austria, religious scholar, mathematician, great-grandson of Otto von Bismarck, speaker, author

 

Andrija Puharich (1918-1995) US American medical and parapsychological researcher, medical inventor, author

 

Brian O'Leary (1940-2011) US American scientist, NASA astronaut, free energy researcher, author

 

William Dean A. Garner, US American biophysicist, US Army Ranger, corporate mercenary, literary agent, editor, independent parapolitical researcher, author

 

John Keel (1930-2009) US American journalist, influential UFOlogist

 

John Keely (1827-1898) US American inventor, expert in electromagnetic technologies, student of Nikola Tesla [LoC 460]

 

Guglielmo Marconi (1874-1937) Italian inventor, pioneer on long distance radio transmission and the radio telegraph system

 

Dr. Gerda Lerner (1920-2013) österreichisch-US-amerikanische emeritierte Professorin für Geschichte österreichischer Herkunft, Universität von Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, Pionierin der Frauengeschichte, Autorin
Die Entstehung des Patriarchats, Campus Verlag, 1991, Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag (dtv), 1997
Gerda Lerner, Ph.D. (1920-2013) Austrian US American professor emeritus of history, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, pioneer of women's history, teacher, author
The Creation of Patriarchy, Oxford University Press, 1986, 1st paperback edition 22. October 1987

 

George A. Bonanno, Ph.D., US American professor of clinical psychology, Teachers College, Columbia University, trauma researcher, author
The Other Side of Sadness. What the New Science of Bereavement Tells Us About Life After Loss, Basic Books, 1st edition 28. December 2010

 

Eric Paul Dollard (*1952) US American professor of electrical aetheric engineering, duplicator of Tesla's wireless power research

 

Carol Graham (*1962) US American professor of public policy, University of Maryland, senior fellow, Brookings Institution, research fellow, Institute for the Study of Labor

 

Jean-Claude Duvalier [Baby Doc] (*1951) Haitian dictatorial president (1971-1986), overthrown by a popular uprising

 

David van Biema, US American TIME journalist, religious author

 

Joi Ito (*1966) Japanese-American activist, entrepreneur, venture capitalist, director of the MIT Media Lab

 

David Ray Griffin (*1939) retired American professor of philosophy of religion and theology, political writer (editor)
Peter Dale Scott (*1929) Canadian-born diplomat, English professor, University of California, Berkeley, poet (editor)
9/11 and American Empire. Intellectuals Speak Out, Olive Branch Press, 23. August 2006

 

Carolyn Baker, Ph.D., US American life coach, radio host, author

 

Viktor Schauberger (1885-1958) Austrian forest caretaker, naturalist, biomimicry experimenter, inventor, philosopher

 

David Neville, Ph.D., MS, US American professor of German language and literature, Elon University, Elon, North Carolina

 

Thomas E. Bearden, MS, BS (*1931) US American nuclear and minor electronic engineer, mathematician

 

Simon Singh (*1964) britischer Produzent, freier Wissenschaftsjournalist, Autor
Simon Singh (*1964) British producer, popular science journalist, author

 

Walter Russell (1871-1963) US American polymath, natural philosopher, mystic, architect, painter, sculptor, builder, author (unified theory in physics and cosmogony)
Lao Russell (1904-1988) English visionary philosopher, coauthor
Home Study Course in Cosmic Consciousness (27 books, 3 CDs) 1950, revised edition 2001, 4th edition
A New Concept of the Universe, University of Science and Philosophy, revised edition June 1989
The Message of the Divine Iliad Vol. 1, University of Science and Philosophy, June 1971
Message of the Divine Iliad Vol. 2, University of Science and Philosophy, June 1971
The Universal One, University of Science and Philosophy, June 1974
A New Concept of the Universe, University of Science and Philosophy, revised edition June 1989
The Secret of Light, University of Science and Philosophy, 3rd edition 1994
Walter Russell (1871-1963) US-amerikanisches Universalgenie, Kosmologe, Naturphilosoph, Mystiker, Architekt, Maler, Bildhauer, Autor
Lao Russell (1904-1988) englische visionäre Philosophin, Mitautorin

 

James Van Praagh vanpraagh.com (*1958) US American clairvoyant, spiritual medium, television personality, coproducer of the CBS primetime series The Ghost Whisperer (2005-2010), author
James Van Praagh vanpraagh.com (*1958) US-amerikanischer hellsichtiges spirituelles Medium, TV-Persönlichkeit, Koproduzent der CBS Fantasy-Mystery-Fernsehserie Stimmen aus dem Jenseits (2005-2010), Autor

 

Joseph Mercola, M.D. (*1954) US American alternative medicine proponent, osteopathic physician, web entrepreneur

 

John Heywood (1497-1580) English writer of plays, poems, and proverbs

 

David Simon (*1960) US American journalist, writer and producer of television series, author

 

Mathias Bröckers broeckers.com (*1954) deutscher freier Journalist, Sachbuchautor

 

Dave Grossman (*1956) US American West Point professor of military science, Arkansas State University, retired lieutenant colonel, US Army, killologist, author specialized in the study of the psychology of killing
Gloria Degaetano, coauthor, Stop Teaching Our Kids to Kill. A Call to Action Against TV, Movie and Video Game Violence, Harmony, 1st edition 5. October 1999

 

Will Durant (1885-1981) US American historian, philosopher, writer (on behalf of the Rockefeller Foundation)

 

Karen Horney (1885-1952) German psychoanalyst

 

François de La Rochefoucauld (1613-1680) zeitweise politisch aktiver französischer Adeliger und Militär, Moralist, Schriftsteller

 

Henry P. Stapp, Ph.D. [LoC ~high 400s] (*1928) US American quantum physicist, UC Berkeley, California
Mindful Universe. Quantum Mechanics and the Participating Observer, 207 pages, Springer-Verlag Publishing, New York, 1st edition 30. January 2007, 2nd edition 28. June 2011
Prof. Henry P. Stapp (*1928) [BW hohe 400?] US-amerikanischer Quantenphysiker, UC Berkeley, Kalifornien

 

Thomas Samuel Kuhn (1922-1996) US American physicist, historian, philosopher of science, introduced the notion of "paradigm shift" to describe scientific revolutions
The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, International Encyclopedia of Unified Science, 1962, 4th edition 2012
Thomas Kuhn (1922-1996) US-amerikanischer Wissenschaftstheoretiker,  Wissenschaftshistoriker
Die Struktur wissenschaftlicher Revolutionen, International Encyclopedia of Unified Science, 1962, 4. Auflage 2012

 

Ernst Jünger (1895-1998) deutscher Offizier, Dandy, Insektenkundler, Schriftsteller
Ernst Jünger (1895-1998) German entomologist, soldier and officer, dandy, author

 

Tara Moss (*1973) Canadian-Australian former model, feminist, television presenter, UNICEF goodwill ambassador, 2007, journalist, novelist

 

Catharine MacKinnon, Ph.D., US American professor of law, University of Michigan, feminist
Toward a Feminist Theory of the State, First Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1989

 

Paul Karl Feyerabend (1924-1994) Austrian professor of philosophy, University of California, Berkeley (1958-1989), philosopher of science
Paul Karl Feyerabend (1924-1994) österreichischer Professor der Philosophie, Universität von Kalifornien in Berkeley (1958-1989), Wissenschaftstheoretiker

 

Gabrielle Roth (1941-2012) US American dancer, musician, developer of the 5Rhythms approach

 

Matt Taibbi (*1970) US American journalist, author

 

Julian B. Rotter (1916-2014) US American psychologist, developer of theories of social learning and locus of control
Julian B. Rotter (1916-2014) US-amerikanischer Psychologe, Entwickler der sozialen Lerntheorie und der Theorie der Kontrollüberzeugungen

 

Nadine J. Kaslow, Ph.D., US American professor of psychology, Emory University, 2014 president of the US American American Psychological Association (APA), editor of the Journal of Family Psychology

 

Charlotte Iserbyt, US American whistleblower, senior policy advisor of the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI), U.S. Department of Education und president Ronald Reagan (1981-1984), freelance writer

 

John Taylor Gatto johntaylorgatto.com (*1935) US American public school teacher in New York City, recipient of the New York State Teacher of the Year award, author
John Taylor Gatto johntaylorgatto.com (*1935) US-amerikanischer Lehrer an staatlichen Schulen in New York City, ausgezeichnet mit dem Lehrer des Jahres-Preises des Staates New York, Autor

 

Vilayanur S. Ramachandran, Ph.D. (*1951) Indian neuroscientist specialised in behavioral neurology and visual psychophysics, director of Center for Brain and Cognition, Psychology Department and the Neurosciences Program, University of California, San Diego

 

Stephen Aizenstat, Ph.D., US American depth psychologist, founding president of Pacifica Graduate Institute

 

Sam Levenson (1911-1980) US American comedian, television host, teacher, journalist, writer

 

Richard Restak, M.D. richardrestak.com (*1942) US American professor of neurology and neuropsychiatry, author

 

Andrew Delbanco (*1952) US American humanities professor, Columbia University, director of American Studies

 

Gregg Easterbrook (*1953) US American lecturer, senior editor of The New Republic, writer
The Progress Paradox. How Life Gets Better While People Feel Worse, Random House Trade Paperbacks, 2003, 9. November 2004
Sonic Boom. A Guide to Surviving and Thriving in the New Global Economy, Random House Trade Paperbacks, reprint edition 11. January 2011

 

Ted Gunderson (1928-2011) US American special agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Los Angeles, California, private investigator of systemic abuse by the CIA

 

Michael Savage (*1942) US American radio host of The Savage Nation, political commentator, author

 

Dan Ariely, Ph.D. (*1967) Israeli American professor of psychology and behavioral economics

 

Franz Boas (1858-1942) German-American anthropologist, pioneer of modern anthropology

 

Martin Heidegger (1889-1976) deutscher Philosoph (Phänomenologie und Existenzdeutung), Autor
Sein und Zeit, 1927
Martin Heidegger (1889-1976) German existentialist philosopher, author

 

Richard Feynmann (1918-1988) US American physicist known for integral formulation of quantum mechanics, the theory of quantum electrodynamics, Nobel laureate in physics, 1965
Richard Feynmann (1918-1988) US-amerikanischer Physiker, Nobelpreisträger für Physik, 1965

 

Niklas Luhmann (1927-1998) deutscher Soziologe, transdisziplinärer Sozialwissenschaftler, Gesellschaftstheoretiker, Begründer der soziologischen Systemtheorie, Autor
Ökologische Kommunikation, 1986, Springer-Verlag, 2004

 

Humberto Maturana (*1928) Chilean biologist, co-developer of concept of autopoiesis to biology, philosopher, constructivist, second-wave cybernetician
coauthor: Francisco Varela (1946-2001) Chilean biologist, neuroscientist, philosopher, constructivist, co-developer of concept of autopoiesis to biology, co-founder of the Mind and Life Institute
Autopoiesis and Cognition. The Realization of the Living, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 42, D. Reidel Publishing Company, 1st edition 1980
Humberto Maturana (*1928) chilenischer Biologe, Mitentwickler des Konzepts der Autopoiesis, Philosoph, radikaler Konstruktivist, Autor
Siegfried J. Schmidt, Herausgeber, Der Diskurs des Radikalen Konstruktivismus, Kapitel ..., Frankfurt am Main, 1987

 

Reza Aslan (*972) Iranian-American scholar of religions, associate professor of creative writing, University of California, Riverside, writer
No god but God. The Origins, Evolution, and Future of Islam, Random House, 15. March 2006
Zealot. The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth, Random House, 16. July 2013

 

Rubin Naiman, Ph.D., US American psychologist, clinical assistant professor of integrative medicine, sleep and dream researcher, University of Arizona, teacher, author

 

Andreas von Rétyi (*1963) deutscher Publizist, Autor populär- und parawissenschaftlicher Bücher zu NWO und Ufologie

 

Maja Storch majastorch.de (*1958) deutsche Projektleiterin am Lehrstuhl für pädagogische Psychologie, Universität Zürich, Trainerin, Psychodramatherapeutin, Autorin

 

Dr. José Manuel Rodriguez Delgado (1915-2011) spanischer Physiologe, Bewusstseins-Manipulator im Auftrag der US-Regierung/CIA Programm MKUltra
José Manuel Rodriguez Delgado, Ph.D. (1915-2011) Spanish professor of physiology, Medical School, Yale University, researcher on mind control on behalf of the CIA Program MKUltra through electrical stimulation of regions in the brain

 

Tertullian [Father of Latin Christianity, Founder of Western theology] (160-225 AD) Tunesian-Roman early Christian author, Christian apologist and a polemicist

 

John Lash metahistory.org (*1945) US American self-educated scholar of comparative mythology, metahistoric researcher, mystic, author
Not in His Image. Gnostic Vision, Sacred Ecology, and the Future of Belief, Chelsea Green Publishing, 1. November 2006

 

Sean Esbjörn-Hargens, Ph.D. (*1973) Swedish US American professor of Integral Studies, John F. Kennedy University, California, integral theorist, founding member of the Integral Institute

 

Sam Vaknin samvak (*1961) Israeli Macedonian journalist, editor-in-chief of the online magazine of politics Global Politician, publisher, author
Malignant Self-love. Narcissism Revisited, Narcissus Publications, Czech Republic, revised edition July 2001

 

Jungfrau Maria, galiläische Jüdin, Mutter Jesu, Mk 1,9 (NT)

 

Martin Niemöller (1892-1984) deutscher protestantischer Pastor, Nazi-Widerständler
Martin Niemöller (1892-1984) German anti-Nazi theologian, Lutheran pastor

 

Wilhelm Raabe (1831-1910) deutscher Erzähler, Romanschriftsteller des poetischen Realismus

 

Kate Chopin (1851-1904) US American author of short stories and novels

 

Clive Boddy, Ph.D., British professor of leadership and organisational behaviour, Middlesex University

 

Norman O. Brown (1913-2002) Mexican US American emeritus professor of humanities, classicist, University of California, Santa Cruz, author
Life Against Death. The Psychoanalytical Meaning of History, 1959
Love's Body, University of California Press, 1966, reprint edition 12. September 1990

 

Whitley Strieber (*1945) US American horror/sci-fi novelist, non-fiction writer, podcast talk show host of Dreamland

 

Maria Montessori (1870-1952) Italian physician, educator, philosopher of education, author on scientific pedagogy
The Secret of Childhood, 1936, Ballantine Books, 1st edition 12. January 1982

 

Stanley Monteith (1929-2014) US American retired orthopedic surgeon, radio host of Radio Liberty, author

 

Elmar Kupke (*1942) deutscher Aphoristiker, Stadtphilosoph
Aphorismen 1, Erscheinungsdatum unbekannt

 

Robert Evan Ornstein, Ph.D. (*1942) US American professor of psychology, consciousness researcher, author on wisdom traditions (Sufism)
The Right Mind. Making Sense of the Hemispheres, Mariner Books, 5. September 1998
New World New Mind. Moving Toward Conscious Evolution, Malor Books, September 2000
Robert Evan Ornstein, Ph.D. (*1942) US-amerikanischer Professor für Psychologie, Bewusstseinsforscher, Autor zu Weisheitstraditionen
Psychologie der Meditation, Fischer Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 1980

 

Carl Rogers, Ph.D. (1902-1987) influential American professor of psychology and psychiatry, University of Wisconsin, CIA MKUltra agent, co-founder of the humanistic approach to psychology, president of the American Psychological Association (APA) (1947), author
On Becoming a Person. A Therapist's View of Psychotherapy, Mariner Books, 1st edition 7. September 1995

 

B.F. Skinner (1904-1990) US American professor of psychology, Harvard University (1958-1974), behaviorist, social philosopher, MKUltra agent, inventor, author

 

Paul D. MacLean, M.D. (1913-2007) US American physician, neuroscientist

 

Lynn Margulis, Ph.D. (1938-2011) US American cell biologist, department of geosciences, University of Massachusetts Amherst, developer of the theory on the origin of eukaryotic organelles

 

Adam Weishaupt (1748-1830) German philosopher, Deist Freemason, founder of the Order of the Illuminati, author
Adam Weishaupt (1748-1830) deutscher Philosoph, Hochschullehrer, Deist, Freimaurer, Gründer des Illuminatenordens, Befürworter von Republikanismus, Autor

 

Oscar Miro-Quesada, Peruvian curandero, shamanic adept, originator of the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition of cross-cultural shamanism, founder of The Heart of the Healer Foundation (THOTH)

 

Rahm Emanuel (*1959) US American Democratic Party politician, 55th mayor of Chicago, 2011
Rahm Emanuel (*1959) US-amerikanischer Politiker der Demokratischen Partei, Stabschef des Weißen Hauses unter US-Präsident Barack Obama (2009-2010), 55. Bürgermeisters von Chicago, 2011

 

Bruce R. Powers, US American educator, consultant, writer
The Global Village. Transformations in World Life and Media in the 21st Century (Communication and Society), Oxford University Press, United States, reprint edition 17. September 1992
The Global Village

 

Michael R. Trimble, M.D. Ph.D., British professor of behavioural neurology, psychiatrist, author
The Soul in the Brain. The Cerebral Basis of Language, Art, and Belief, The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1st edition 16. April 2007

 

Peter Gold, US American professor of anthropology, California Institute of Integral Studies, research associate at the Laboratory of Anthropology, Museum of New Mexico, director of the Ancient Ways Project, tibetologist, practitioner of Tibet's Buddhist philosophy and musical traditions, author of four books on Tibetan culture

 

Michel Quoist (1918-1997) French Catholic priest, theologian, writer
bestselling book Prayers of Life, first published in French, 1954

 

Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) Scottish historical novelist, playwright, poet, popular throughout much of the world in the 19th century

 

Xi Jinping (*1953) general secretary, Communist Party of China, chairman of the Party Central Military Commission

 

Barbara Sher (*1935) US-amerikanische Karriere- und Lifestyle-Coach, Dozentin und Autorin zum Thema Zielerfüllung
Barbara Sher (*1935) US American career/lifestyle coach, speaker and author on goal achievement

 

Johann Gottfried Herder (1744-1803) deutscher Theologe, Geschichts- und Kultur-Philosoph der Weimarer Klassik, Übersetzer, Dichter, Schriftsteller

 

Nick Begich, US American independent researcher in the sciences and politics, political activist, speaker, author

 

Michael H. Hart (*1932) US American astrophysicist, history researcher, author of controversial articles and books

 

Ellen Hodgson Brown, US American attorney practicing civil litigation, author
Web of Debt. The Shocking Truth About Our Money System. The Sleight of Hand That Has Trapped Us in Debt and How We Can Break Free, Third Millennium Press, 1st edition 25. July 2007

 

Craig Hamilton, US-amerikanischer Pionier in emergierender evolutionärer Spiritualität, Chefredakteur des WIE-Magazins (1998-12/2006)
Craig Hamilton, US American pioneer in the emerging field of evolutionary spirituality, senior editor of magazine WIE (1998-12/2006)

 

Andrew Solomon, US American writer on politics, culture and psychology

 

Robert B. Cialdini, Ph.D. (*1945) US American Regents’ professor emeritus of psychology and marketing, Arizona State University, author
Influence. The Psychology of Persuasion, HarperBusiness, revised edition 26. December 2006
Robert B. Cialdini (*1945) US-amerikanischer Professor emeritus für Psychologie und Marketing, Arizona State Universität, Autor

 

George Vaillant, Ph.D. (*1934) US American professor of psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Triumphs of Experience. The Men of the Harvard Grant Study, Belknap Press, 1st edition 29. November 2012

 

Herman Daly (*1938) US American professor of ecological economics, school of public policy, University of Maryland, College Park, senior environmental economist, World Bank

 

David Duke (*1950) US American White nationalist, right-wing politician, former Grand Wizard of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, former Republican Louisiana State Representative, writer

 

John Mohawk (1945-2006) North American Native Seneca tribe historian, social activist, journalist, specialist on economic development and cultural survival of indigenous peoples, lecturer, writer

 

Morihei Ueshiba [Great Teacher] (1883-1969) Japanese philosopher, martial artist, creator of the martial art of aikido
John Stevens (translator), The Art of Peace, 10. November 1992

 

Karen Hudes, US-amerikanische Rechtswissenschaftlerin, Wirtschaftswissenschaftlerin, US Export Import Bank (1980-1985), Rechtsabteilung der Weltbank (1986-2007), Whistleblower
Karen Hudes, US American lawyer, economist, US Export Import Bank (1980-1985), senior counsel for the legal department of the World Bank (1986-2007), whistleblower

 

Walter Mischel, Ph.D. (*1930) US American professor of psychology specializing in personality theory and social psychology, Columbia University

 

Harry Harlow (1905-1981) US American psychologist, known for his maternal-separation and social isolation experiments on rhesus monkeys, University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

Solomon Asch (1907-1996) US American Gestalt psychologist, pioneer in social psychology

 

Elliot Aronson (*1932) US American psychologist, author

 

Carol Tavris, Ph.D. (*1944) US American social psychologist, author

 

Ivan Pavlov (1849-1936) Russian physiologist, Nobel laureate in physiology/medicine, 1904

 

Nikita Khrushchev

 

Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev [Political influence LoC 500] (*1931) Russian general secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (1985-1991), last head of state of the USSR due to Glasnost policy, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, 1990    TvsF 264
Michail Sergejewitsch Gorbatschow [Pol. Einfluss BW 500] (*1931) russischer Generalsekretär des Zentralkomitees der Kommunistischen Partei der Sowjetunion, letzter Präsident der Sowjetunion infolge der Glasnost- und Perestroika-Politik, Friedensnobelpreisträger, 1990

 

Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin [BW 405⇒80] (1870-1924) russischer Rechtsanwalt, marxistischer Theoretiker, kommunistischer Politiker, Begründer der Sowjetunion, Führer der Kommunistischen Partei  TvF 264
Vladimir Lenin [LoC 405⇒80] (1870-1924) Russian lawyer, economic theorist, Marxist political philosopher, revolutionary, creator of the Soviet Communist Party, leader of the 1917 October Revolution, founder of the USSR, author

 

Joseph Stalin [BW 70, Einfluss 90] (1878-1953) sowjetischer Politiker, Diktator während des Zweiten Weltkriegs (1941-1953)    TvF 264, 287
Joseph Stalin [LoC 70, Influence 90] (1878-1953) premier of the Soviet Union, dictator (1941-1953)

 

Vladimir Putin [BW 190] (*1952) russischer Staatspräsident, ehemaliger KGB-Agent
Vladimir Putin [LoC 190] (*1952) Russian president, former KGB agent   TvsF 265

 

Steve Pavlina, US American personal development blogger
Steve Pavlina, US-amerikanischer Blogger zu Themen der Persönlichkeitsentwicklung

 

Jack Canfield (*1944) US American motivational speaker, author

 

George Monbiot (*1963) English environmental and political activist, writer

 

Hugh Crichton-Miller (1877-1959) Scottish psychiatrist, founder of the Tavistock Clinic, London

 

Lord Alfred Milner (1854-1925) British statesman, colonial administrator influential in the formulation of foreign and domestic policy (mid-1890s-early 1920s), High Commissioner of the British Empire around the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902)

 

Camille Paglia, Ph.D. (*1947) US American professor of arts, University of the Arts,  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, since 1984, social critic, dissident feminist, author
Sexual Personae. Art and Decadence from Nefertiti to Emily Dickinson, 1990

 

Walter Lippmann (1889-1974) US American public intellectual, political commentator who coined the concept of Cold War, reporter, writer, Pulitzer prize laureate, 1958 and 1962
The Phantom Public, Transaction Publishers, 1925

 

Enno Schmidt (*1958) deutscher Künstler, Maler, Filmemacher, Initiator der Initiative Grundeinkommen

 

Micheal Langone, Ph.D., US American counseling psychologist specialized in research about "cultic" groups and psychological manipulation, executive director of the International Cultic Studies Association (ICSA), editor of the journal Cultic Studies Review

 

Andreas Müller (*1976) Kommunikationsdesigner, Kornkreisforscher, seit 1993, Gründer des ICCA – The International Crop Circle Archive Deutschland

 

Pamela Jaye Smith, US American international consultant/speaker, producer/director with over thirty years experience in features, TV, music videos, commercials, documentaries, corporate, and military films, and web series, author

 

Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926) böhmisch-österreichischer Dichter, Lyriker
Briefe an einen jungen Dichter, (1903-1908), veröffentlicht 1929
dreiteiliger Gedichtzyklus Das Stunden-Buch (1899-1903), Insel Verlag, Leipzig, 1905
Werke in drei Bänden, Insel Verlag, Leipzig, 1. Auflage 1966
Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926) Bohemian-Austrian poet, novelist
Duino Elegies, Insel Verlag, Leipzig, 1923
Letters to a Young Poet, written 1903-1908, published 1929
To Mister Kappus, chapter 7, Rome, 14. May 1904
The Book of Hours [Das Stunden-Buch], Insel Verlag, Leipzig, April 1905
Rilke's Book of Hours. Love Poems to God, Das Stunden-Buch, April 1905, Riverhead Trade, 8th edition 1. April 1997
The Selected Poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke, Vintage, English and German reissue edition 13. March 1989

 

Kofi Annan (*1938) Ghanaian diplomat, seventh United Nations secretary-general (1997-2006), founder of the Global AIDS and Health Fund, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, 2001
Kofi Annan (*1938) ghanaischer Diplomat, siebter Generalsekretär der Vereinten Nationen (1997-2006), Friedensnobelpreisträger, 2001

 

Ban Ki-moon (*1944) South Korean career diplomat, eighth United Nations secretary-general (2007-2016)
Ban Ki-moon (*1944) südkorenischer Diplomat, achter UN-Generalsekretär (2007-2016)

 

Herbert Agar (1897-1980) US American journalist, editor of the Louisville Courier-Journal, Pulitzer prize for history laureate, 1934

 

Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896) US American abolitionist, author
|Uncle Tom's Cabin, or, Life Among the Lowly (in two volumes), John P. Jewett and Company, 1852

 

Oscar Lukefahr, US American Catholic priest, theologian, writer

 

Michael Tellinger michaeltellinger.com South African songwriter, researcher, speaker, author

 

Malcolm X (1925-1965) US-amerikanischer Führer der Bürgerrechtsbewegung
Malcolm X (1925-1965) African-American Muslim minister, human rights activist

 

Thomas L. Thompson (*1939) US American-Danish biblical scholar, professor of theology associated with the Copenhagen School, University of Copenhagen (1993-2009)

 

Stanley Milgram (1933-1984) US American social psychologist
Obedience to Authority. An Experimental View, 1974, Harper Perennial Modern Classics, reprint edition 30. June 2009

 

Ernesto Cardenal (*1925) Nicaraguan suspended Catholic priest, known liberation theologian, socialist politician, poet
Ernesto Cardenal (*1925) nicaraguanischer suspendierter katholischer Priester, bekannter Vertreter der Befreiungstheologie, sozialistischer Politiker, Dichter

 

Christiane Northrup, M.D. (*1949) US American obstetrician, advocate for women’s health, speaker, author

 

Ananya Roy, Ph.D. (*1970) Indian scholar of international development, global poverty/urbanism, University of California, Berkeley, philosopher

 

Michael Harner (*1929) US American founder of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies, formulator of "core shamanism"

 

R. Gordon Wasson (1898-1986) US American ethnomycologist, ethnobotany researcher, vice president of J.P. Morgan & Co., author

 

Carl A. P. Ruck, Ph.D. (*1935) US American professor of mythology and religion, classical studies, Boston University, expert on ancient Greek ethnobotany, author

 

Louis Jolyon West, Ph.D. (1924-1999) US American psychiatrist, expert on brainwashing, mind control, torture, substance abuse, post traumatic stress disorder and violence

 

Sterling Seagrave (1937-2017) American historian, biographer, author of eleven non-fiction histories

 

Sean Martin (*1966) Anglo-Irish film director, writer

 

Günter Grass (1927-2015) German illustrator, graphic artist, sculptor, playwright, poet, novelist, Nobel laureate in literature, 1999
novel Dog Years [1963] Danzig Trilogy, Harcourt, Brace and World, 1965

 

Lord Pacal [K'inich Janaab' Pakal] (603-683) ruler of the Maya polity of Palenque, Mexico, in the Late Classic period of pre-Columbian Mesoamerican chronology

 

Charlotte Kasl, Ph.D. (*1938) US American psychologist, clinical councelor, author

 

Qin Shi Huang [Zhao Zheng] (259-210 BC) Chinese king of the Chinese State of Qin (246-221 BC) during the warring states period

 

Vandana Shiva (*1952) promovierte indische Physikerin, Aktivistin für Umwelt, biologische Vielfalt, Nachhaltigkeit, Frauenrechte, Autorin

 

John A. Rush, Ph.D., US American professor of anthropology, Sierra College, Rocklin, California, medical hypnotherapist, author
Entheogens and the Development of Culture. The Anthropology and Neurobiology of Ecstatic Experience, North Atlantic Books, 1st edition 30. July 2013

 

Daniel Estulin danielestulin.com (*1966) Lithuanian investigative journalist specialized in the Bilderberg Group, public speaker, author
The True Story of the Bilderberg Group, Walterville, Oregon, Trine Day, 2007, 2nd edition 14. February 2009
Daniel Estulin danielestulin.com (*1966) litauischer investigativer Journalist, spezialisiert auf Bilderberg-Konferenzen, Dozent, Autor

 

Nikos Kazantzakis (1883-1957) Greek philosopher, writer

 

Robin de Ruiter (*1951) niederländischer katholischer Fundamentalist, investigativer Autor

 

Mary C. Neal, M.D., US American orthopaedic surgeon, neardeather, author

 

Eliphas Levi (1810-1875) French mystic, ceremonial magician, occult author
Éliphas Lévi [Alphonse Louis Constant] (1810-1875) französischer Diakon, Wegbereiter des modernen Okkultismus, Schriftsteller

 

Arthur Edward Waite (1857-1942) British scholarly mystic, co-creator of the Rider-Waite Tarot deck, writer on occult and esoteric matters
Pictorial Key to the Tarot Part I, "The Veil and Its Symbols", 1911
Pictorial Key to the Tarot Part II, "The Doctrine of the Veil", 1911
Arthur Edward Waite (1857-1942) angloamerikanischer Miterfinder der Tarotkarten, Autor von okkultistischen Schriften über Hellsehen, Freimaurerei, Rosenkreuzertum, Kabbala, Alchemie

 

Dr. David Lewis Anderson, US-amerikanischer Physiker, Zeit(reisen)forscher, Leiter des Anderson Institutes
Dr. David Lewis Anderson, US American physicist, time travel researcher, director of the Anderson Institute on Time-Control Technology

 

David Lewis Anderson, US American physicist, time travel researcher

 

Peter Moon, US American investigative and occult writer on history, mindcontrol and timetravel

 

Pauline Gedge (*1945) Canadian novelist (science fiction, fantasy and horror)
historical fiction trilogies, Lords of the Two Lands and ''The King’s Men
The Twice Born, Penguin Canada, 4. September 2007

 

Rebecca Costa, US American sociobiologist, radio talk show host, public speaker, author
The Watchman's Rattle. A Radical New Theory of Collapse, Vanguard Press, 1st trade paper edition 13. November 2012

 

Bob Sullivan (*1968) award winning US American online journalist, founding member of msnbc.com, senior writer of the blog "The Red Tape Chronicles", bestselling author

 

Photios I of Constantinople [St. Photios the Great] (810-893) Turkish Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople (858-867 and 877-886)

 

Linda Kohanov, US American riding instructor, horse trainer, speaker, author
Linda Kohanov, US-amerikanische Reitlehrerin, Pferdetrainerin, Dozentin, Autorin

 

Stephanus (~1n. Chr. - †~36/40 n. Chr.) Diakon der Jerusalemer Urgemeinde, erster christlicher Märtyrer, gesteinigt von Pharisäern

 

Chrystia Freeland (*1968) Canadian politician, journalist, global editor-at-large, Reuters, writer

 

Edward FitzGerald (1809-1883) English poet, writer, translator of The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam

 

Theo Waigel (*1939) deutscher CSU-Vorsitzender (1988-1999), Bundesminister der Finanzen (1989-1998)

 

Marty Leeds, US American song writer, numerlogist, author
The Peacock's Tales. The Alchemical Writings of Claudia Pavonis, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Paperback, 27. January 2014

 

Walter Wink (1935-2012) US American biblical scholar, theologian, nonviolent activist in Progressive Christianity

 

Jeremy Rifkin (*1945) US American economist, political advisor and activist, founder and president of the Foundation On Economic Trends, public speaker, author
The End of Work. The Decline of the Global Labor Force and the Dawn of the Post-Market Era, Putnam Publishing Group, 1995
Jeremy Rifkin (*1945) US-amerikanischer Wirtschaftswissenschaftler, politischer Berater und Aktivist, Gründer und Leiter der Foundation On Economic Trends, Referent, Autor
Das Ende der Arbeit und ihre Zukunft. Neue Konzepte für das 21. Jahrhundert, Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag, 2005, 3. Auflage 8. Juni 2011

 

Frank O'Collins, Australian philosopher, knowledge architect, developer of open-model of Ucadia systems of language and information based on historic truth

 

James Dabbs, Ph.D. (1937-2004) US American professor of social psychology,  Georgia State University

 

Dr. phil. Daniele Ganser danieleganser.ch (*1972) schweizerischer Historiker, Universität St. Gallen, NATO-Kenner, Experte für verdeckte geostrategische Kriegsführung, Energie- und Friedensforscher, Gründer und Leiter von Swiss Institute for Peace and Energy Research (SIPER) (*2011), Autor
http://german.ruvr.ru/2014_09_02/Die-Nato-dehnt-sich-aus-und-nicht-Russland-7349/
Nato-Geheimarmeen in Europa. Inszenierter Terror und verdeckte Kriegsführung, Orell Fuessli, 1. April 2009
Daniele Ganser, Ph.D. danieleganser.ch (*1972) Swiss historian, University of St. Gallen, researcher on energy, geostrategic secret warfare, and peace, founder and director of the Swiss Institute for Peace and Energy Research (SIPER) (*2011)
NATO's Secret Armies. Operation GLADIO and Terrorism in Western Europe, Routledge, 5. February 2005

 

Sheldon Wolin, Ph.D. (1922-2015) US American professor emeritus of political theory, Princeton University, writer on contemporary politics

 

Nicco Mele, US American adjunct lecturer in public policy, leading expert in the integration of social media and Web 2.0 with politics, business, and communications

 

Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann (1916-2010) deutsche Professorin für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Universität Mainz, Gründerin des Instituts für Demoskopie, Allensbach
Renate Köcher, Die verletzte Nation, DVA Stuttgart, 1987

 

Jean Piaget (1896-1980) schweizerischer Entwicklungspsychologe, Epistemologe, Entwickler der genetischen Epistemologie
Jean Piaget (1896-1980) Swiss developmental psychologist, philosopher, genetic epistemologist
The Psychology Of Intelligence, Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, 1953, Routledge, 2nd edition 26. June 2001

 

Alfred Adler (1870-1937) Austrian medical doctor, psychotherapist, founder of the school of individual psychology
Understanding Human Nature, Garden City Publishing Company, 1927

 

Steven Strogatz, Ph.D. (*1959) US American professor of applied mathematics, Cornell University, Ithaca

 

Jennifer Aaker, Ph.D. (*1967) US American professor of marketing, Stanford Graduate School of Business, social psychologist, author

 

Robert Powell, Ph.D., US American mathematician, eurythmist, movement therapist, cofounder of the Sophia Foundation of North America, lecturer, author

 

Lloyd Pye (1946-2013) US American paranormal researcher best known for his promotion of the Starchild skull, author

 

Stephen Prothero, Ph.D., US American professor, department of religion, Boston University, author
Religious Literacy. What Every American Needs to Know – And Doesn't, HarperOne, 1st edition 13. March 2007, reprint edition 11. March 2008

 

John Hagel III, US American consultant, co-chairman of the Deloitte Center for the Edge, speaker and author on the intersection of business strategy and information technology
..., John Seely Brown, Lang Davison, The Power of Pull. How Small Moves, Smartly Made, Can Set Big Things in Motion, Basic Books, April 2010, Trade Paper, 2nd edition 4. December 2012

 

Prof. Dr. Axel Honneth (*1949) deutscher Sozialphilosoph, Direktor des Instituts für Sozialforschung (IfS), Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main

 

Jon Ronson (*1967) Welsh documentary filmmaker, radio presenter, journalist, nonfiction author

 

James Forrestal (1892-1949) US American last Cabinet-level United States secretary of the Navy, first United States secretary of defense (194-1947), politically murdered

 

Hadewijch (Hadewych) von Antwerpen, belgische Begarde, Mystikerin

 

Richard Rolle [Richard Rolle of Hampole] (1290/1300-end September 1349) English religious writer, Bible translator, hermit

 

Mac Tonnies (1975-2009) US American blogger focusing on futurology, transhumanism and paranormal topics, author

 

Prahlad Jani (*1929) Indian sadhu, who lived without food and water since 1940
Prahlad Jani (*1929) indischer Asket, der seit 1940 ohne Nahrung und Trinkwasser lebt

 

Peter-Arthur Straubinger (*1970) österreichischer Filmregisseur, TV-Journalist, Autor

 

Rita M. Gross, Ph.D. (1943-2015) US American Buddhist scholar and lopön, professor of comparative studies in religion, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, feminist theologian, speaker, author,

 

Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling (1775-1854) German philosopher
philosophical work Ages of the World, 1811

 

Ralph Boes (*1957) deutscher Philosoph, Ergotherapeut, Aktivist gegen Hartz IV-Gesetzgebung und Vollzug, Gründungs- und Vorstandsmitglied der Bürgerinitiative bedingungsloses Grundeinkommen e.V., Berlin, Leiter der Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Geistesschulung, Autor
Gedanken vom Kosmos. Die Welt im Lichte idealischer Naturwissenschaft, Möllmann, CH, März 1998

 

Kenneth R. Miller, Ph.D. (*1948) US American professor of cell biology and molecular biology, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island

 

Jared Diamond, Ph.D. (*1937) US American professor of geography and physiology, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), anthropologist, author
The Third Chimpanzee, 1991
transdisciplinary nonfiction book Guns, Germs, and Steel, W. W. Norton, 1997
Collapse, 2005
The World Until Yesterday, 2012
Jared Diamond, Ph.D. (*1937) US-amerikanischer Professor für Geographie und Physiologie, UCLA, Anthropologe, Autor, Pulitzer-Preisträger

 

Karl V. von Frankreich [Der Weise] (1338-1380) französischer König aus dem Haus Valois (1364-1380)
Charles V of France [The Wise] (1338-1380) French king of the House of Valois (1364-1380)

 

Annette Jahnel (*1962) South African photographer, artist, world traveller touring with project "Searching for Galileo", public speaker, author
My Year of Beds, AJ Publishers (BoD), 18. May 2011

 

Maurice Nicoll (1884-1953) British psychiatrist, Fourth Way teacher, author

 

Richard M. Dolan (*1962) US American historian, ufologist, television personality

 

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Bart D. Ehrman, Ph.D. (*1955) US American professor of religious studies, New Testament scholar, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, historian, author

 

David Fitzgerald (*1984) US American historical researcher, associate member of Committee for the Scientific Examination of Religion, atheist activist, speaker, author

 

Robert M. Price (*1954) US American theologist, Johnnie Colemon Theological Seminary, professor of biblical criticism, Center for Inquiry Institute, philosopher, writer

 

Harald Kautz-Vella (*1966) deutscher Physiker, Geologe, unabhängiger investigativer Forscher, Referent, Übersetzer, Verleger, Autor
Harald Kautz-Vella (*1966) German physicist, geologist, independent investigative researcher, educator, speaker, translator, publisher, author

 

Roger D. Nelson, Ph.D., US American experimental psychologist, director of the Global Consciousness Project (GCP), an international, multi-laboratory collaboration founded in 1997 to study collective consciousness
PhD Roger D. Nelson, US-amerikanischer Professor für Psychologie, Direktor des internationalen Multilab-Forschungsprojekts Global Consciousness Project (GCP) zum Studium des kollektiven Bewusstseins, gegründet 1997

 

Joshua Greene, Ph.D., US American associate professor of the social sciences, Harvard University, psychologist, neuroscientist, philosopher

 

F. William Engdahl oilgeopolitics.net (*1944) US American German geopolitical analyst, historian, economic researcher, lecturer, freelance journalist, author
F. William Engdahl oilgeopolitics.net (*1944) deutsch-US-amerikanischer geopolitischer Analyst, Historiker, Wirtschaftsjournalist, Dozent, Publizist

 

Nichiren (1222-1282) Japanese Buddhist monk during the Kamakura period (1185-1333), who taught devotion to the Lotus Sutra [LoC 780]

 

Rev. Janet Regina Hyland (1933-2007) US American evangelical minister championing rights of humans and animals
Sexism Is a Sin. The Biblical Basis of Female Equality, Viatoris Publications, January 1995

 

[[wpe:Cyril_of_Alexandria|Cyril of Alexandria (376-444) Egyptian Roman Catholic Patriarch of Alexandria (412-444)

 

Richard Carrier, Ph.D. richardcarrier.info (*1969) US American professor of ancient history, Columbia University, philosopher, public speaker, author
Proving History. Bayes's Theorem and the Quest for the Historical Jesus, Prometheus Books, 24. April 2012

 

Benjamin Zablocki, Ph.D. (*1941) US American professor of sociology of religion and social psychology, Rutgers University, author on charismatic religious movements, cults, and brainwashing
Thomas Robbins, Ph.D. (*1943) US American professor of sociology, independent scholar of sociology of religion, author
Misunderstanding Cults. Searching for Objectivity in a Controversial Field, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 1. December 2001

 

Maureen Caudill, US American physicist, former non-believing university scholar trained in physics, computer sciences and research in artificial intelligence

 

Sonja Lyubomirsky, Ph.D., US American professor of psychology, University of California, Riverside

 

Joseph Dillard, Ph.D., US American psychotherapist, developer of dreamwork method Integral Deep Listening (IDL), author

 

Jimmy Wales (*1966) US American Internet entrepreneur, co-founder and promoter of the online non-profit encyclopedia Wikipedia

 

Charlotte Kasl, Ph.D., US American psychologist, author

 

John P. Holdren (*1944) US American professor of environmental policy, senior advisor to US president Barack Obama on science and technology issues, co-chair of the president’s council of advisors on science and technology (PCAST)

 

Simon Baron-Cohen, Ph.D. (*1958) British professor of developmental psychopathology, departments of psychiatry and psychology, University of Cambridge
Simon Baron-Cohen, Ph.D. (*1958) britischer Professor für Entwicklungspsychopathologie, Direktor des Autismus-Forschungszentrums (ARC), Universität von Cambridge

 

Donald L. Hilton Jr., M.D., US American neurological surgeon, Health Sciences Center, University of Texas, San Antonio

 

Penney Peirce (*1949) US American former art director, designer, intuitive empath, psychic medium

 

Thomas Hübl (*1971) österreichischer Medizinstudent, spiritueller Lehrer, Gründer von Academy of Inner Science

 

Neil deGrasse Tyson (*1958) US American astrophysicist

 

Laura Chinchilla (*1959) Costa Rican politician, first female president of Costa Rica (*2010)

 

Dr. Andrew Lobaczewski (1921-2007) Polish clinical psychologist, co-researcher and synthesizer of an interdisciplinary scientific study of pathocracy [political regimes run by psychopaths]
... Laura Knight-Jadczyk, US American editor, Political Ponerology. A Science on the Nature of Evil Adjusted for Political Purposes, Red Pill Press, April 2006, 2nd edition 4. April 2007
Dr. Andrew Lobaczewski (1921-2007) polnischer Psychiater, Mitforscher und letzter Verfasser einer interdisziplinären wissenschaftlichen Studie über Pathokratie  [politische Regime beherrscht von Psychopathen],
... Laura Knight-Jadczyk, US-amerikanische Herausgeberin, Politische Ponerologie [Kindle Edition], Les Editions Pilule Rouge, 1. Auflage 13. März 2012

 

John Welwood, Ph.D. johnwelwood.com US American clinical and transpersonal psychologist, psychotherapist, teacher, and author

 

Robert Monroe [BW 485] (1915-1995) US-amerikanischer Rundfunksprecher, Forscher von veränderten und außerkörperlichen Bewusstseinszuständen, Gründer von The Monroe Institute
Robert Monroe [LoC 485] (1915-1995) US American New York radio broadcasting executive, researcher into altered consciousness, founder of the The Monroe Institute

 

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (*1921) German husband of Queen Elizabeth II

 

Dr. Hans-Joachim Maaz (*1943) deutscher Psychiater, ärztlicher Psychoanalytiker, Autor

 

Queen Elizabeth II. (*1926) English Queen of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand (*1952)
Königin Elizabeth II. (*1926) konstitutionelle englische Monarchin des Vereinigten Königreichs, von Kanada, Australien und Neuseeland (*1952)

 

Charles, Prince of Wales (*1948) British heir to the throne, eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II

 

Margaret J. Wheatley, Ed.D. margaretwheatley.com (*1941) US American associate professor of management, researcher on organizational behavior, leadership consultant, co-founder and president emerita of the global charitable foundation The Berkana Institute, speaker, author
Deborah Frieze
So Far from Home- Lost and Found in Our Brave New World, Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 1st edition 8. October 2012

 

Margaret Thaler Singer, Ph.D. (1921-2003) US American adjunct professor of clinical psychology, University of California, Berkeley

 

Hans Jellouschek hans-jellouschek.de (*1939) deutsch-österreichischer Psychologe, Paartherapeut, Theologe, Autor

 

Frank Visser (*1958) Dutch psychologist of religion, former theosophist, Internet advertiser, author
Frank Visser (*1958) niederländischer Religionspsychologe, ehemaliger Theosoph, Internet-Werbungsstratege, Autor

 

Thomas Bernhard Seiler (*1925) schweizerischer emeritierter Professor, Fachbereich Psychologie, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Autor

 

Patricia Aburdene, US American trend forecaster, management speaker, author

 

Peter Spiegel peterspiegel.de (*1953) deutscher Unternehmensgründer, Gründer von Vorstand von Genisis-Institute.org, Sachbuchautor
Peter Spiegel peterspiegel.de (*1953) German entrepreneur, founder and leader of Genisis-Institute.org, author

 

Jon Rappoport (*1938) US American philosopher, investigative journalist, author on alternative medicine

 

Burkhard Heim (1925-2001) German theoretical physicist, developer of the Heim theory, a unified field theory
Burkhard Heim (1925-2001) deutscher theoretischer Physiker, Entwickler der Einheitlichen Feldtheorie ("Hyperraum", "Weltformel")

 

Katie Couric (*1957) US American talk show host, anchor journalist, author
Katie Couric (*1957) US-amerikanische Talkshow-Moderatorin, TV-Journalistin, Autorin

 

Jane Goodall (*1934) British primatologist, ethologist, anthropologist, UN Messenger of Peace
Jane Goodall (*1934) 1934 britische Primatologin, Anthropologin, Verhaltensforscherin (von Schimpansen in Tansania), Friedensbotschafterin der UNO

 

Rene Guenon [Shaykh 'Abd al-Wahid Yahya] (1886-1951) French intellectual, author of metaphysics, "sacred science", symbolism and initiation

 

Norbert Bischof (*1930) deutscher Honorarprofessor für Verhaltensforschung, Ludwigs-Maximilians-Universität, München, Psychologe, Systemtheoretiker
Das Rätsel Ödipus. Die biologischen Wurzeln des Urkonfliktes von Intimität und Autonomie, Piper, München, 1985

 

Catherine Austin Fitts, US American former managing director and member of the board of directors of the Wall Street investment bank Dillon, Read & Company Inc., former assistant secretary of housing and federal housing, whistle-blower

 

Elizabeth Loftus (*1944) US American cognitive psychologist, expert on human memory

 

Thomas W. Malone, Ph.D., US American professor of management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), founding director of the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence

 

Evelin Gerda Lindner, Ph.D., M.D. humiliationstudies.org (*1954) German physician, psychologist, transdisciplinary scholar in social sciences and humanities, human dignity researcher, founding president of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (HumanDHS)
A Dignity Economy. Creating an Economy that Serves Human Dignity and Preserves Our Planet, Dignity Press, 28. December 2011
DDr. Evelin Gerda Lindner (*1954) deutsche Ärztin, Psychologin, Würde- und Erniedrigungsforscherin, Gründerin und Präsidentin des Forschungsnetzwerks Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies

 

Linda M. Hartling, Ph.D., US American director of the Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, editor of the Journal of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (JHDHS)

 

William Isaacs, Ph.D., US American senior lecturer, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), co-founder of Center for Organizational Learning, expert in collective leadership, dialogue, design and implementation of organizational learning

 

David Boje, Ph.D. peaceaware.com US American professor of management, School of Business, New Mexico State University

 

Peter Watson (*1943) British cultural historian, research associate, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge (*1997), journalist, author
A Terrible Beauty. The People and Ideas That Shaped the Modern Mind. A History, Weidenfeld & Nicolson History, 15. November 2001
The Great Divide. Nature and Human Nature in the Old World and the New, 2012
Peter Watson (*1943) britischer Journalist, Kulturhistoriker, Autor
Das Lächeln der Medusa. die Geschichte des modernen Wissens, Goldmann Verlag, 1. November 2003 Geistesgeschichte des 20 Jahrhunderts

 

Frère Roger Schutz (1915-2005) schweizerischer Mönch, Gründer und lebenslanger Prior des internationalen ökumenischen Männerordens Gemeinschaft von Taizé in Frankreich (*1940)
Brother Roger (1915-2005) Swiss Christian leader, monastic founder of the ecumenical monastic community Taizé Community (*1940) in Burgundy, France

 

Prof. Dr. Helmut Renner, deutscher Klinikleiter für Strahlenmedizin, Klinikum Nürnberg, Initiator und Teilnehmer eines Gebetskreises

 

Wolfgang Wickler (*1931) deutscher Zoologe, Verhaltensforscher, Direktor der Ethologischen Abteilung, Max-Planck-Instituts für Verhaltensphysiologie, Seewiesen bei Starnberg, Publizist

 

Dean Hamer (*1951) US-amerikanischer Genetiker, Direktor der Genstruktur und -regulierungsabteilung, Nationales Krebs-Institut der Vereinigten Staaten (*2005)

 

Prof. Dr. Eberhard Hamer, deutscher Finanzwissenschaftler, Rechtsanwalt, Begründer der Mittelstandsökonomie, Mittelstandsinstitut Hannover

 

Manuel Lima (*1978) Portuguese-born senior UX designer, Microsoft Bing, researcher, founder of VisualComplexity.com, lecturer, author

 

http://www.thersa.org/__data/assets/file/0004/563656/20111208ManuelLima.mp3

 

Clement Attlee (1883-1967) British politician, prime minister of the United Kingdom (1945-1951), leader of the Labour Party (1935-1955)

 

John Micklethwait (*1962) British editor-in-chief of The Economist, author

 

Juan Enríquez biotechonomy.com Mexican futurist, founding director of the Harvard Business School Life Sciences Project

 

Hazel Henderson, Ph.D. (*1933) British futurist, economic iconoclast, social activist
Hazel Henderson (*1933) britisch-amerikanische Zukunftsforscherin und Expertin für alternative Ökonomie

 

Fridtjof Nansen (1861-1930) Norwegian researcher, explorer, diplomat, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, crucial player in the peaceful dissolution of the "union" between Norway and Sweden

 

Philip Clayton, Ph.D. (*1955) US American theologian, philosopher, Dean of Faculty, Claremont School of Theology, Provost, Claremont Lincoln University
Dr. Philip Clayton (*1955) US-amerikanischer Theologe, Philosoph, Dekan der Claremont School of Theology, Hochschulleiter, Claremont Lincoln University

 

Clayton Christensen, Ph.D. (*1952) US American Kim B. Clark professor of business administration, Harvard Business School

 

Thomas J. Scheff (*1929) US American professor emeritus on the sociology of emotions/relations, mental illness, restorative justice, and collective violence, UCSB

 

Wendy Walsh, Ph.D. (*1962) Canadian-American adjunct assistant professor of clinical psychology, California State University, Channel Islands, psychotherapist, actress, television commentator, author

 

Robert Pfaller (*1962) österreichischer Professor für Philosophie und Kulturwissenschaft, Universität für angewandte Kunst, Wien

 

James W. Fowler (1940-2015) US-amerikanischer Professor für Theologie und Entwicklungsychologie, Politik- und Sozialwissenschaftler, methodistischer Pastor, Autor
Stufen des Glaubens. Die Psychologie der menschlichen Entwicklung und die Suche nach Sinn, Gütersloher Verlagshaus, 2000
James W. Fowler (1940-2015) US American professor of theology and human developmental psychology, Emory University, political and social scientist, Methodist minister, author
Stages of Faith. The Psychology of Human Development and the Quest for Meaning, 1981, HarperOne, new edition 15. September 1995

 

Nicholas A. Christakis, M.D., Ph.D., MPH (*1962) Greek American professor of social and natural science, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachussetts, Yale University (*2013), New Haven, Connecticut, physician, author,
Prof. Dr. Nicholas A. Christakis (*1962) griechisch-amerikanischer Sozialwissenschaftler, Harvard Universität, Boston, Yale University (*2013), New Haven, Connecticut, Arzt, Autor

 

James H. Fowler, Ph.D. (*1970) US American social scientist specializing in social networks, cooperation, political participation, and genopolitics, professor of medical genetics, professor of political science, University of California, San Diego,
Dr. James H. Fowler (*1970) US-amerikanischer Sozialwissenschaftler, spezialisiert auf soziale Netzwerke, Kooperation, politisches Engagement und Genopolitik, Universität von Kalifornien, San Diego

 

D. Stephenson Bond, US American psychoanalyst, lecturer, author

 

Zoltan Istvan (*1973) US American-Hungarian futurist, philosopher, transhumanist, journalist, writer
selfpublished philosophical science fiction novel The Transhumanist Wager, 2013

 

J.P. Morgan [Field LoC 420] TvsF S. 129
Alexander Graham Bell [Field LoC 495, social impact 450] TvsF S. 129, 110

 

Paul Weyrich (1942-2008) US American religious conservative political activist and commentator, figurehead of the New Right, cofounder of the neoconserative think tank Heritage Foundation, 1979

 

Friedrich August von Hayek [F. A. Hayek] (1899-1992) Austrian-Hungarian-British  economist, philosopher known for defense of classical liberalism, cofounder of the neoconserative think tank Heritage Foundation, 1979

 

Martha Beck (*1962) US American sociologist, therapist, life coach, author

 

Walter Rathenau (1867-1922) German industrialist, assassinated politician, Foreign Minister of Germany during the Weimar Republic, writer
Walter Rathenau (1867-1922) deutscher Industrieller, liberaler Politiker (DDP), Reichsaußenminister, Opfer eines politischen Attentats der Organisation Consul, Schriftsteller

 

Dr. Alexander Berzin, US-amerikanischer Orientalist, Übersetzer tibetisch-buddhistischer Schriften

 

Robert Lustig, M.D., US American professor of clinical pediatrics, neuroendocrinologist, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)

 

Julian Nida-Rümelin, Ph.D. (*1954) German philosopher, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich
Prof. Dr. Julian Nida-Rümelin (*1954) deutscher Professor für Philosophie spezialisiert auf theoretische und angewandte Ethik, Entscheidungs- und Rationalitätstheorie, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München

 

Charles Kimball, Ph.D., US American presidential professor and director of religious studies, University of Oklahoma, Norman
When Religion Becomes Evil, HarperOne, 1st edition 3. September 2002

 

James Low, British Dzogchen teacher of the
Byangter and Khordong lineages of the late Chhimed Rigdzin Lama
Simply Being. Texts in the Dzogchen Tradition, 3rd edition CPI Antony Rowe, 2010

 

Paul Hellyer (*1923) kanadischer Unternehmer, Ingenieur, Politiker (Abgeordneter von drei Parteien), mehrfach Minister, Verteidigungsminister (1963-1967), Autor
Paul Hellyer, PC FRSA (*1923) Canadian engineer, entrepreneur, politician, minister of defence (1963-1967), commentator, writer
Citizen Hearing on Disclosure, National Press Club, Washington, D.C., April 29-May 3, 2013

 

Hervey M. Cleckley, M.D. (1903-1984) US American psychiatrist, pioneer in the field of psychopathy
The Mask of Sanity. An Attempt to Clarify Some Issues About the So-Called Psychopathic Personality, 1941, 1982

 

Jonah Lehrer (*1981) US American speaker, blogger, journalist, author specialized on psychology, humanity, neuroscience

 

Shelley Elizabeth Taylor, Ph.D. (*1946) US American professor of psychology, University of California, Los Angeles
The Tending Instinct. Women, Men, and the Biology of Relationships, Times Books, 2002, Holt Paperbacks, 1. May 2003

 

Eleanor Maccoby, Ph.D. (*1917) US American professor of developmental psychology and sex differences, Stanford University

 

John O. Lyons, US American professor emeritus of English, University of Wisconsin
The Invention of the Self. The Hinge of Consciousness in the Eighteenth Century, Southern Illinois University Press, 1st edition 1. June 1978

 

Vicki Noble (*1947) US American feminist historian, wisdom teacher, shamanic healer, author
Scientific Underpinnings of Matriarchal Social Organization and Gift Economy Behaviors, YouTube film, 11:10 minutes duration, posted 10. May 2012

 

David Lowry, Ph.D., British research consultant with specialist knowledge of UK and EU nuclear and environment policy

 

Glenn D. Wilson, Ph.D. (*1942) New Zealand professor of evolutionary psychology, expert on attitude and personality measurement, sexual attraction, deviation and dysfunction, partner compatibility

 

Marilyn Joy Waring, Ph.D., CNZM (*1952) New Zealand theorist of economic policy, member of parliament, activist for women's human rights and environmental issues, development consultant, United Nations expert, feminist author
If Women Counted. A New Feminist Economics [Counting for Nothing], University of Toronto Press, 1988, Harper Collins, November 1990
Dr. Marilyn Joy Waring, CNZM (*1952) neuseeländische Wirtschaftspolitikerin, Parlamentarierin, Sozial- und Umweltaktivistin, Feministin, Autorin

 

Marianne Gronemeyer (*1941) deutsche Erziehungswissenschaftlerin, Autorin

 

George Mikes (1912-1987) ungarisch-britischer Schriftsteller von humoristisch-satirischen Werken

 

David C. Korten davidkorten.org (*1937) US American professor of economics, Harvard Business School, political activist, critic of corporate globalization, expert in psychology and behavioral systems, author
When Corporations Rule the World, Mcgraw-Hill Professional, 2nd ediction, May 2001
When Corporations Rule the World, Kumarian Press, 1995, 2nd edition 2001
The Great Turning. From Empire to Earth Community, Kumarian Press, 1. October 2007

 

Richard Heinberg (*1950) US American environmentalist, educator, journalist, author
The End of Growth. Adapting to Our New Economic Reality, New Society Publishers, 1st edition 9. August 2011

 

Bill McKibben (*1960) US American environmentalist, journalist, author

 

Bill Nye [Science Guy] (*1955) US American scientist, science educator, television host, actor, comedian, writer

 

Neil Postman (1931-2003) US American media theorist, cultural critic, author
The End of Education. Redefining the Value of School, Vintage, 29. October 1996

 

Jeffrey Sachs, Ph.D. (*1954) US American professor of economics, director of The Earth Institute, Columbia University, NYC
The End of Poverty. Economic Possibilities for Our Time, Penguin Books, 30. December 2005, reprint edition 28. February 2006

 

Richard Susskind OBE (*1961) British independent adviser to international professional firms and national governments, speaker, author
The End of Lawyers? Rethinking the nature of legal services, Oxford University Press, 2008, revised edition 17. September 2010

 

Robert David Steele (*1952) US American activist, former Central Intelligence Agency clandestine services case officer, 20-year Marine Corps infantrist, promoter of open source intelligence (OSINT)

 

Ian Bremmer (*1969) US American political scientist on US foreign policy, states in transition, and global political risk, founder and president of Eurasia Group
The End of the Free Market. Who Wins the War Between States and Corporations?, Portfolio Hardcover, 13. May 2010

 

John Horgan (*1953) US American science journalist, contributing to Scientific American
The End of War McSweeney's, San Francisco, 17. January 2012

 

Wayne Hale, BS (*1954) US American NASA mechanical engineer, flight director and space shuttle program manager, Deputy Associate Administrator for Strategic Partnerships at NASA (2003-2005)

 

David Wolman, US American journalist, contributing editor of magazine Wired, author
The End of Money. Counterfeiters, Preachers, Techies, Dreamers – and the Coming Cashless Society, Da Capo Press, 14. February 2012

 

Vince Lombardi (1913-1970) US American football player, coach, executive

 

Michael Kimmel, Ph.D. (*1951) US American professor of sociology, gender researcher, Stony Brook University, New York, founder and editor of the academic journal Men and Masculinities, author

 

Shaun Rein, US American managing director of CMR, thought leader on strategy consulting
The End of Cheap China. Economic and Cultural Trends that Will Disrupt the World, Wiley, 1st edition 27. March 2012

 

Carla Hannaford, Ph.D., US American professor of biology, educator, consultant, author

 

Hanna Rosin (*1970) US American journalist, contributing editor, author
The End of Men. And the Rise of Women, Riverhead Hardcover, 1st edition 11. September 2012

 

David Agus, M.D. (*1965) US American professor of medicine and engineering, University of Southern California, co-founder of Navigenics, and Oncology.com
The End of Illness, Free Press Division of Simon & Schuster, New York, January 2012, reprint edition 16. October 2012

 

Jim Hightower (*1943) US American syndicated columnist, progressive political activist, commissioner of the Texas Department of Agriculture (1983-1991), author

 

Moises Naim (*1952) Libyan commentator on globalization, international politics, and economics, senior associate in the International Economics Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
The End of Power. From Boardrooms to Battlefields and Churches to States. Why Being In Charge Isn't What It Used to Be, Basic Books, 5. March 2013

 

US American anthropologist, negotiation and mediation specialist, co-founder of Program on Negotiation, Harvard University, director of the Project on Preventing War, Harvard University, speaker, author

 

William L. Ury, US American anthropologist, negotiation and mediation specialist, co-founder of Program on Negotiation, Harvard University, director of the Project on Preventing War, Harvard University, speaker, author
Getting to Peace. Transforming Conflict at Home, at Work, and in the World, Viking Adult, New York City, New York, 27. September 1999

 

Donna Freitas, US American author
The End of Sex. How Hookup Culture is Leaving a Generation Unhappy, Sexually Unfulfilled, and Confused About Intimacy, Basic Books, 1st edition 2. April 2013

 

Mark Passio, US American freedom activist, independent researcher, former awakened priest in the church of Satan, conference organizer, radio talk show host, public speaker

 

Barbara Kellerman Ph.D., US American professor of public leadership, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
The End of Leadership, HarperBusiness, 3. April 2012

 

Youngme Moon, Ph.D., US American professor of business administration, Harvard Business School

 

Tony Hsieh (*1973) US American internet entrepreneur, venture capitalist, CEO of the online shoe and clothing shop Zappos.com

 

Dr. med. Dietrich Klinghardt (*1950) deutscher Arzt, Erfinder von kinesiologisch-medizinischen Verfahren, Gründer der Klinghardt Academy, Vereinigte Staaten
Dietrich Klinghardt, M.D., Ph.D. (*1950) German physician, kinesiologist, healer, founder of the Klinghardt Academy, United States

 

Clay Shirky  (*1964) US American consultant, teacher on the social and economic effects of Internet technologies, assistant arts professor of New Media (Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP)), New York University, distinguished writer in residence at Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute

 

David P. Barash, Ph.D. (*1946) US American professor of psychology, University of Washington, evolutionary biologist specialized on human aggression, sexual behavior of animals and people, peace studies, author

 

Alain de Botton (*1969) Swiss-British philosopher, television presenter, entrepreneur, author
Status Anxiety, Pantheon, 1st edition 25. May 2004
Status Anxiety, Hamish Hamilton, 2004

 

Robert M. Stanley, US American corporate journalist for HONDA research and development, researcher of UFOs and ETs, editor of UNICUS magazine, owner, operator of The Unicus Radio Network, author

 

Mark Hyman, M.D. (*1959) US American family physician, founder and medical director of the UltraWellness Center, advocate of functional medicine, educative speaker, author

 

Prof. Dr. Gunter Dueck (*1951) deutscher Professor für Mathematik, visionärer Dozent, weltanschaulich-philosophischer Sachbuchautor
Topothesie. Der Mensch in artgerechter Haltung Springer, 1. Auflage 27. September 2004
Abschied vom Homo Oeconomicus. Warum wir eine neue ökonomische Vernunft brauchen, Eichborn Verlag, Februar 2008, 25. Januar 2010
Professionelle Intelligenz. Worauf es morgen ankommt, Eichborn Verlag, 23. August 2011, 2. Auflage 2013
Gunter Dueck, Ph.D. (*1951) German professor of mathematics, futurist, visionary speaker, omniphilosophic non-fiction author
Lean Brain Management, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1st Kindle edition 15. March 2008

 

Dr. Franz Hörmann franzhoermann.com (*1960) österreichischer visionärer Wirtschaftswissenschaftler, außerordentlicher Universitätsprofessor für Unternehmensrechnung, Institut für Revisions-, Treuhand- und Rechnungswesen, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien (2001-2013), Dozent, Autor
Dr. Franz Hörmann (*1960) Austrian visionary economist, assistant professor, department for business taxation and tax planning, University of Economics and Business Administration, Vienna, lecturer, author

 

Karl Hörmann (1915-2004) österreichischer Theologe

 

Sera Beak, US American scholar of comparative world religions, spiritual activist (redvolutionary), mentor, speaker, author

 

Harold Evans (*1928) British-born journalist, editor, writer

 

Gary Lachman garylachman.co.uk (*1955) US American cultural pundit, musician, writer on mysticism and the occult

 

William J. J. Gordon (1919-2003) US American inventor, psychologist

 

Martin Jacques (*1945) British academic, former magazine editor

 

Semir Osmanagić, Ph.D. [Sam Osmanagich] (*1960) Bosnian archeologist, principal investigator, founder and director of the Bosnian Pyramids of the Sun Foundation, owner of a metalworking company in Houston, Texas

 

Grant McCracken, Ph.D., US American professor of anthropology, Harvard Business School, director of the Institute of Contemporary Culture, blogger, author

 

Atul Gawande, M.D. (*1965) Indian US American surgeon, journalist, author

 

Dan Roam, US American founder and president of management-consulting firm Digital Roam Inc., author

 

Steven Pinker, Ph.D. (*1954) Canadian-born US American Johnstone professor of experimental psychology, Harvard University, cognitive scientist, linguist, popular science author
Steven Pinker (*1954) kanadisch-US-amerikanischer Johnstone Professor für experimentelle Psychologie, Harvard University, Erkenntnistheoretiker, Linguist, populärwissenschaftlicher Autor

 

Gary Haugen, US American social scientist, international lawyer, president and CEO of International Justice Mission (*1997)

 

Jonathan Gray, controversial Australian-New Zealand based writer on Biblical archaeology

 

Bas Kast (*1973) deutscher Psychologe, Autor

 

Arthur Osborne (1906-1970) English writer on spirituality and mysticism, disciple and biographer of Ramana Maharshi
Ramana Maharshi and the Path of Self-Knowledge, Sri Ramanasramam, 1. January 2006

 

John Eldredge (*1960) US American lecturer on Christianity, councelor, author
John Eldredge (*1960) US-amerikanischer Dozent im Bereich Christentum, Berater, Autor

 

Alexander von Suchten (~1520-1575) berühmter deutscher Alchemist, Arzt, Dichter
Alexander von Suchten (~1520-1575) German alchemist, physician, poet

 

Eirenaeus Philalethes [Nom de plume of George Starkey] (1628-1665) British physician, alchemist, author

 

Benedictus Figulus (1567-nach 1619 verschollen) deutscher Alchemist, Vertreter des Paracelsismus, Pfarrer, Dichter, Herausgeber im frühen 17. Jahrhundert
Benedictus Figulus (1567-missing since 1619) German alchemist, proponent of Paracelsism, pastor, poet, publisher in the early 17th century

 

James Lovelock (*1919) British independent scientist, environmentalist, futurist

 

Nicolas Flamel (~1330-~1413/1418) French alchemist, manuscript-seller, scrivener, author
Nicolas Flamel (~1330-~1413/1418) französischer Alchemist, Handschriften- und Immobilienhändler, Schreiber, Schriftsteller

 

Petrus Bonus of Ferrara fourteenth century Italien physician, writer on alchemy
Margarita preciosa novella, ~1330
The New Pearl Of Great Price. A Treatise Concerning the Treasure and Most Precious Stone of the Philosopher, ~1330
The Epistle of Bonus of Ferrara, 14th century
Introductio In Divinam Chemicae Artem, 1572

 

Marsilio Ficino [Marsilius Ficinus] (1433-1499) Italian Renaissance humanist philosopher, astrologer, first translator of Plato's complete extant works into Latin, reviver of Neoplatonism

 

Martin Altmeyer (*1948) deutscher Psychologe, Publizist, Autor zur Modernisierung der Psychoanalyse

 

George Ripley (1415-1490) English alchemist, author

 

Gary E. Schwartz, Ph.D., US-amerikanischer Professor für Parapsychologe, Universtät Tucson, Arizona, Biofeldforscher, Autor
Gary E. Schwartz, Ph.D., US American professor of medicine and parapsychology, University Tucson, Arizona, biofield researcher, author
The AfterLife Experiments, 2002
The Energy Healing Experiments, Atria Books, 2007

 

Henry Sidgwick (1838-1900) English utilitarian philosopher, economist, cofounder and first president of the Society for Psychical Research, member of the Metaphysical Society

 

Matthew Lieberman, Ph.D. (*1970) US American professor of social cognitive neuroscience (SCN), lab director of department of psychology, psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences, UCLA

 

Heinrich Seuse (1295/1297-1366) deutscher mittelalterlicher Mystiker, Seelsorger, Theologe,  Schüler von Meister Eckhart, Seliger der katholischen Kirche

 

Jan van Ruysbroek (1293/1294-1381) flämischer Mystiker, katholischer Theologe, Schriftsteller in mittelniederländischer Sprache
John of Ruysbroeck (1293/1294-1381) Flemish Catholic mystic, Catholic theologian, writer
The Kingdom of the Divine Lovers
The Twelve Beguines
The Spiritual Espousals
A Mirror of Eternal Blessedness
The Little Book of Enlightenment
The Sparkling Stone

 

Gerda Weiler gerda-weiler-stiftung.de (1921-1994) deutsche Psychologin, Pädagogin, Matriarchatsforscherin, Autorin
Das Matriarchat im Alten Israel, Kohlhammer, 1989, 9. Februar 2006
Ich brauche die Göttin. Zur Kulturgeschichte eines Symbols, fembio.org, Ulrike Helmer Verlag, 1997

 

Condoleezza Rice [LoC 480] (*1954) US American political scientist, diplomat, 66th United States Secretary of State

 

Franz Marc (1880-1916) deutscher Maler, Zeichner, Grafiker

 

Luisa Francia (*1949) deutsche Filmemacherin, Malerin, feministische Autorin
Eine Göttin für jeden Tag, Verlag Frauenoffensive, München, 1996

 

Richard Schwartz, Ph.D. selfleadership.org US American professor of marriage and family therapy, author

 

Dr. Stephan A. Schwartz, US-amerikanischer Kognitionswissenschaftler, Trend- und Zukunftsforscher, Samueli Institute, Laboratories for Fundamental Research, Autor
Stephan A. Schwartz, Ph.D., US American futurologist, senior fellow for Brain, Mind and Healing, Samueli Institute, cognitive sciences research associate, Laboratories for Fundamental Research, author

 

Richard Davidson, Ph.D. (*1951) US American Vilas professor of psychology and psychiatry, Waisman Laboratory for Brain Imaging and Behavior, University of Wisconsin-Madison, named among the 100 most influential people by TIME in 2006
Dr. Richard J. Davidson (*1951) US-amerikanischer Vilas Professor für Psychologie und Psychiatrie, Hirnforscher, Waisman Laboratory for Brain Imaging and Behavior, Universität von Wisconsin-Madison

 

Jeffrey Long, M.D., US American radiation oncologist, director of the Near Death Experience Research Foundation, board member of IANDS (International Association for Near-Death Studies)

 

Justin Martyr [Saint Justin] (~100-165 AD) Palestine early Christian church father, apologist, foremost interpreter of the theory of the Logos in the 2nd century
Justin der Märtyrer (~100-165 n. Chr.) palästinischer christlicher Märtyrer, Apologet, Kirchenvater, Kirchenlehrer des 2. Jahrhunderts, Philosoph

 

Gustave Flaubert (1821-1880) französischer Romancier, Schriftsteller
Gustave Flaubert (1821-1880) French novelist, author

 

Thomas Metzinger, Ph.D. (*1958) German philosopher, director of the department of philosophy, Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, adjunct fellow, Institute for Advanced Studies, Frankfurt
Prof. Thomas Metzinger (*1958) deutscher Professor für theoretische Philosophie, Universität Mainz

 

Dr. Dieter Broers (*1951) deutscher Biophysiker, interdisziplinärer Forscher, Autor
Dr. Dieter Broers (*1951) German biophysicist, interdisciplinarian researcher, author

 

James H. Fetzer [Jim Fetzer] (*1940) US American professor emeritus of philosophy of science, investigative researcher, author

 

Mitchell Gibson, M.D., US American former board-certified forensic psychiatrist, clairvoyant healer, healing researcher, artist, software developer, spiritual teacher, public speaker, author
The Living Soul, Tybro Publications, 10. November 2003

 

Prof. Bernd Rabehl (*1938) deutsches bekanntes Mitglied des Sozialistischen Deutschen Studentenbunds (SDS), Vordenker der APO bzw. des SDS, ehemals engster Vertrauter von Rudi Dutschke, Autor

 

Joseph von Eichendorff (1788-1857) deutscher romantischer Lyriker, Schriftsteller

 

Maria die Jüdin [Maria Prophetissa] (~1.-3. Jht. n. Chr.) ägyptische Erfinderin, Begründerin der Alchemie, bedeutendste Alchemistin der antiken westlichen Welt
Magic square, Maria the Jewess [Maria Prophetissa, Miriam the Prophetess] (~1st-3rd centuries AD) Egyptian inventor, first nonfictitious alchemist in the Western world

 

Frantz Fanon (1925-1961) Martinique-born Afro-French psychiatrist, philosopher, political radical, existentialist humanist, revolutionary, writer on post-colonial studies, critical theory, and Marxism Black Skin, White Masks, Éditions du Seuil, France, 1952, Grove Press, United States, 1967

 

Marguerite Rigoglioso, Ph.D., US American teacher of courses on women and religion, Dominican University of California, California, Institute of Integral Studies, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, author

 

Henry Morgenthau, Jr. (1891-1967) US American secretary of the treasury during the administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt, co-designer and financier of the New Deal

 

Hans Joachim Morgenthau (1904-1980) promoter of studies of international politics, contributor to international relations theory and international law
political science book Politics Among Nations. The Struggle for Power and Peace, 1948

 

Robert von Ranke-Graves [Robert Graves] (1895-1985) English scholar/translator/writer of antiquity specializing in Classical Greece and Rome, poet, novelist
The White Goddess, Farrar Straus & Giroux, reprint edition January 1997
Robert von Ranke-Graves (1895-1985) britischer Gelehrter und Übersetzer der altgrieschischen und altrömischen Geschichte, Dichter, Schriftsteller
Die Weiße Göttin. Sprache des Mythos, original erschienen 1948, Rowohlt Taschenbuch, 1985, 7. Auflage 2002

 

Patricia Monaghan (1946-2012) US American spiritual activist in the contemporary women's spirituality movement, poet, writer
Patricia Monaghan (1946-2012) US-amerikanische spirituelle Aktivistin in der zeitgenössischen Bewegung der weiblichen Spiritualität, Dichterin, Autorin
Lexikon der Göttinnen. Ein Standardwerk der Mythologie, O. W. Barth, München, 1. Auflage Januar 2000

 

Sylvia Brinton Perera, M.A., US American Jungian analyst, teacher, writer
Sylvia Brinton Perera, M.A., US-amerikanische Jungsche Analytikerin, Lehrerin, Autorin

 

Michael Coe, Ph.D. (*1929) US American archaeologist, anthropologist, epigrapher, CIA agent, inventor of the 2012 meme, author

 

Edward C. Whitmont, M.D. (1912-1998) US American Jungian psychoanalyst, homeopathic physician
Return of the Goddess, 1983, Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd., revised edition 1. March 1997
Dr. med. Edward C. Whitmont (1912-1998) US-amerikanischer homöopathischer Arzt, Jungscher Psychoanalytiker
Die Rückkehr der Göttin. Von der Kraft des Weiblichen in Inividuum und Gesellschaft, Kösel Verlag, 1982, 1989

 

Thabo Mbeki (*1942) South African politician, second post-apartheid president of South Africa (1999-2008)

 

Louis Brandeis (1856-1941) US American associate justice on the Supreme Court of the United States (1916-1939)
Louis Brandeis (1856-1941) US-amerikanischer Jurist, erster jüdischer Richter am Obersten Gerichtshof der Vereinigten Staaten (1916-1939)

 

Howard S. Friedman, Ph.D., US American professor of social psychology, UC Riverside, Leslie R. Martin, Ph.D., US American professor of psychology, La Sierra University and UC Riverside
The Longevity Project. Surprising Discoveries for Health and Long Life from the Landmark Eight-Decade Study, Plume, 28. February 2012
Howard S. Friedman, Ph.D., US-amerikanischer Professor der Sozialpsychologie, UC Riverside, Leslie R. Martin, Ph.D., US-amerikanische Professorin der Psychologie, La Sierra University und UC Riverside

 

Howard Friedman (*1972) US American associate professor of statistics, Columbia University, health economist, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), artist, writer
The Measure of a Nation. How to Regain America's Competitive Edge and Boost Our Global Standing, Prometheus Books, 1st edition 19. June 2012

 

Walter Cruttenden, US American amateur theoretical archaeo-astronomer, author of the binary theory of precession
Lost Star of Myth and Time, St. Lynn's Press, 2006

 

Herbert A. Simon (1916-2001) US American political scientist, interdisciplinary computational and social scientist, economist, sociologist, cognitive psychologist, professor, Carnegie Mellon University

 

Anthony Sutich (1907-1976) Mitbegründer der Transpersonalen Psychologie, Ende der 1960er Jahre

 

Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa (*1921) South African Zulu Sangoma

 

Jacque Fresco (1916-2017) US American industrial designer, self-educated architectural designer, inventor, social engineer, futurist, creator of The Venus Project, partnered with Roxanne Meadows, author

 

Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898) konservativer deutscher Staatsmann, Ministerpräsident von Preußen (1862-1890), Bundeskanzler des Norddeutschen Bundes (1867-1871), erster Reichskanzler des Deutschen Reiches (1871-1890), dessen Gründung er maßgeblich vorangetrieben hat
Otto of Bismarck (1815-1898) conservative German statesman, minister president of Prussia (1862-1890), chancellor of the North German Confederation (1867-1871), first chancellor architect and creator of the German Empire (1871-1890)

 

Gerd Gigerenzer, Ph.D., M.D. (*1947) German psychologist specialized in the use of bounded rationality and heuristics in decision making, director at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development, director of the Harding Center for Risk Literacy in Berlin, author
Prof. Dr. Gerd Gigerenzer (*1947) deutscher Psychologe, Direktor des Center for Adaptive Behavior and Cognition (ABC), Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung, München und Berlin (seit 1997), Autor
Bauchentscheidungen. Die Intelligenz des Unbewussten und die Macht der Intuition, Verlag Bertelsmann, München, März 2007

 

Alan Gauld (*1932) British psychologist, parapsychologist, author

 

T. Colin Campbel (*1934) US-amerikanischer emeritierter Hochschulprofessor der Biochemie, Cornell Universität, Ernährungsforscher

 

Colin Goldner (*1953) deutscher Psychologe, Wissenschaftsjournalist, Sachbuchautor

 

Daniel J. Benor, M.D. (*1941) Canadian psychiatric physician, wholistic psychotherapist, educator

 

Gerald G. Jampolsky, M.D. (*1925) US American physician, psychiatrist, UCSF, inspirational speaker, author on forgiveness and healing
Teach Only Love. The Twelve Principles of Attitudinal Healing, Atria Books/Beyond Words, 1st edition 1. May 2000
Dr. med. Gerald G. Jampolsky (*1925) US-amerikanischer Arzt, Psychiater, UCSF, Seminarleiter, Autor von Heilungs- und Vergebungsliteratur

 

Kevin Dutton, Ph.D. (*1967) British professor of experimental psychology, expert on the science of social influence, University of Oxford, author

 

Russell Targ (*1934) US American physicist, ESP researcher, developer of Remote viewing, co-founder of the Stanford Research Institute federally-funded program investigating psychic abilities in humans, 1972, author
Miracles of Mind. Exploring Nonlocal Consciousness and Spiritual Healing, 1998
The End of Suffering

 

Colin C. Tipping colintipping.com British professional educator, speaker, author
Colin C. Tipping colintipping.com britischer professioneller Ausbilder, Sprecher, Autor
Ich vergebe. Der radikale Abschied vom Opferdasein, J. Kamphausen Verlag, 2. Auflage 16. Februar 2004

 

David Frost (1939-2013) English media personality, television host, comedian, journalist, writer

 

Lenny Bruce (1925-1966) Jewish-American sardonic comedian, satirist, social critic

 

Tom Peters (*1942) US American writer on business management practices

 

Eric Ries (*1979 US American Silicon Valley entrepreneur, pioneer of the Lean Startup movement, author

 

Sheryl Sandberg (*1969) US American businesswoman, chief operating officer COO of Facebook, author

 

Sugata Mitra, Ph.D. (*1952) Indian polymath, professor of educational technology, School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences, Newcastle University, England
Dr. Sugata Mitra (*1952) indischer Universalgelehrter, Professor der pädagogischen Verfahrenskunde, Newcastle Universität, England

 

Seth Godin (*1960) US American entrepreneur, public speaker, author

 

Jose Ferreira, MBA (*1968) US American entrepreneur, founder and CEO of Knewton

 

Martin Nowak, Ph.D. (*1965) Austrian professor of biology and mathematics, director of the program for evolutionary dynamics, Harvard University

 

Daphne Koller (*1968) Israeli-American professor of computer science, Stanford University, MacArthur Fellowship recipient, co-founder of online education platform Coursera

 

John Ruskin (1819-1900) English prominent social thinker, philanthropist, art critic of the Victorian era, art patron, draughtsman, watercolourist

 

Stephen Heppell, British educator specialised in ICT in education, professor of media environments, Bournemouth University, Anglia Ruskin University

 

Don Tapscott (*1947) Canadian entrepreneur, business executive in the digital age, consultant, speaker, specialized in business strategy, organizational transformation, chairman of business strategy think tank New Paradigm (now nGenera Insight), founded 1993, author

 

Jerry L. Deffenbacher, Ph.D., US American behavioral psychologist, Colorado State University, cited in: Stephen J. Johnson, Ph.D., MFT, US American psychotherapist, marriage and family consultant, educator, founder and director of Men's Center of Los Angeles

 

Eknath Easwaran (1910-1999) Indian spiritual teacher of Passage Meditation, translator, interpreter of spiritual literature, author

 

Thomas d'Ansembourg (*1957) French psychotherapist, author
Being Genuine. Stop Being Nice, Start Being Real, Puddledancer Press, 1st edition 28. May 2007

 

Ezra T. Benson (1811-1869) US American apostle, member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church)

 

John Holt (1923-1985) US American educator, proponent of homeschooling or unschooling, pioneer in youth rights theory, author

 

Dr. Sheldon Deal, US American Touch for Health kinesiologist, president of the International College of Applied Kinesiology (ICAK) (1978-1983)
endorser of DH's book PvsF

 

John Marks Templeton (1912-2008) britisch-amerikanischer Geschäftsmann, Börseninvestor, Philanthrop               Templeton-Preis
Sir John Templeton (1912-2008) British US American stock investor, businessman, philanthropist, founder of the Templeton Foundation, 1987
Templeton Prize

 

Sir Martin Rees, OM, Kt, FRS (*1942) British cosmologist,  astrophysicist

 

Peter Krassa (1938-2005) Austrian parascientific author
Peter Krassa (1938-2005) österreichischer Autor parawissenschaftlicher Literatur

 

Calvin Coolidge (1872-1933) 30th US president (1923-1929), Republican lawyer

 

Henry Gray (1827-1861) English anatomist, surgeon, author
human anatomy textbook Gray's Anatomy, Churchill-Livingstone, Elsevier, 40th edition 2008

 

Sergius Golowin (1930-2006) schweizerischer Mythenforscher, Publizist, Autor

 

David Kirkpatrick davidkirkpatrick.wordpress.com (*1953) US American technology journalist, organizer of technology-oriented conferences, author

 

Dr. Judith Hand (*1940) US American evolutionary biologist, animal ethologist, pioneer in the emerging field of peace ethology, novelist

 

Kay Pollak (*1938) schwedischer Regisseur

 

Stephen J. Johnson, Ph.D., MFT, US American psychotherapist, marriage and family consultant, educator, founder and director of Men's Center of Los Angeles
The Sacred Path. The Way of the Spiritual Warrior. Journey of Mindful Manhood, Sacred Path Press, 1. October 2012

 

Martti Olavi Siirala (1922-2008) finnische Psychiaterin, Psychoanalytikerin, Philosophin, Autorin
Martti Olavi Siirala (1922-2008) Finnish psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, philosopher, author

 

Christopher Booker (*1937) English journalist, author
The Seven Basic Plots. Why We Tell Stories, Continuum International Publishing Group, 736 pages, January 2006
Christopher Booker (*1937) englischer Journalist, Autor

 

J. Z. Knight (*1946) US American founder of the neoreligious movement Ramtha's School of Enlightenment, mystic teacher, channel of the entity Ramtha, author
JZ Knight (*1946) US-amerikanische Gründerin einer neureligiösen Bewegung, seit 1978 Medium der geistigen Entität Ramtha

 

Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528) German painter, engraver, printmaker, mathematician, theorist from Nuremberg
Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528) deutscher Maler, Grafiker, Mathematiker, Kunsttheoretiker von europäischem Rang

 

Jill Purce, British musical healer, author
The Mystic Spiral. Journey of the Soul (Art and Imagination)'', Thames & Hudson, 17. June 1980

 

John Bowlby, M.D. (1907-1990) British pediatrician, psychologist, psychoanalyst, psychiatrist, expert in child development, pioneer in attachment theory
Dr. med. John Bowlby (1907-1990) britischer Kinderarzt, Psychologe, Psychoanalytiker,  Kinderpsychiater, Pionier der Bindungsforschung

 

Dr. Pamela Gerloff, US American co-author
Dr. Pamela Gerloff, US-amerikanischer Rankismus und Würdeforscherin, Project on Civic Reflection, Mitautorin

 

Carmen Boulter, Ph.D., Canadian professor of linguistics, Educational Research, University of Calgary, Canada, researcher on the sacred feminine in ancient Egypt and Greece, educator, author
Angels and Archetypes. An Evolutionary Map of Feminine Consciousness, Swan Raven & Co, March 1997  

 

Margaret Sanger (1879-1966) US American nurse, sex educator, birth control activist, eugeneicist, racist, founder of the American Birth Control League [Planned Parenthood]
The Truth About MARGRET SANGER. Planned Parenthood Duped America'', presented by Citizen magazine, 20. January 1992

 

John Stossel (*1947) US American investigative journalist, libertarian columnist, consumer reporter, author

 

Dr Vandana Shiva (*1952) Indian environmental activist, scientific advisor, pioneer of the alter-globalization movement, board member of the International Forum on Globalization, author

 

William Walker Atkinson (1862-1932) US American attorney, merchant,  occultist, pioneer of the American New Thought movement, publisher, author

 

Rebecca Saxe, US American associate professor of cognitive neuroscience, MIT, associate member of the McGovern Institute for Brain Research

 

Prof. Thomas Nagel (*1937) US-amerikanischer Professor für Philosophie, School of Law, New York Universität (seit 1980)
Thomas Nagel, Ph.D. (*1937) US American philosopher, University professor of philosophy and law, New York University (since 1980)

 

Larken Rose, US American liberty activist, tax protester, voluntary/anarchist speaker and author
The Most Dangerous Superstition, Iron Web Publications, 2011
Kicking the Dragon. Confessions of a Tax Heretic, IT Publishing, 2008

 

Joseph Chilton Pearce (1926-2016) US American author on human potential and child development
|Joseph Chilton Pearce (1926-2016) US-amerikanischer Autor zu Kindesentwicklung und Potenzialentfaltung

 

Adora Svitak (*1997) US American child prodigy, author

 

Philipp Lersch (1898-1972) deutscher Psychologe, Autor

 

Dawson Church, British US American doctor in http://www.dawsonchurch.com/images/ScienceBio.pdf|Integrative Healthcare]], Holos University, clinically certificied energy psychologist (C.EHP), researcher in the field of energy medicine, editor, author

 

Stewart Levine, US American creative problem solver, practicing lawyer, author
Getting to Resolution. Turning Conflict Into Collaboration, Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 1st edition 1998, 2nd edition 1. November 2009

 

Dominic Barter, German founder of Restorative Circles 2000, crime and violence conflict resolver in conjunction with Brazilian Department of Justice, since 2004

 

Dr. Abd’el Hakim Awyan, Egyptian, archeologist, wisdom-keeper

 

Edith Hamilton [Greatest woman classicist] (1867-1963) German US American educator, author
Mythology. Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes, Little, Brown and Company, 1942, Grand Central Publishing, reissue edition 1. May 2013

 

Eileen Workman, US American political scientist, economist, biologist, stockbroker and financial advisor at Wall Street (1991-2007), co-founder of the Universe Project, author

 

Eugen Drewermann (*1940) ehemals deutscher katholischer Theologe, suspendierter Priester, Kirchenkritiker, Psychoanalytiker, tiefenpsychologischer Exeget, Referent, Schriftsteller
Jesus von Nazareth. Befreiung zum Frieden, Band 1, Band 2, Walter Verlag, Zürich, Düsseldorf, 1997

 

Alfred Kinsey, Ph.D. (1894-1956) US American professor of entomology and zoology, biologist, sexologist, founder of the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, 1947, Indiana University, author
Alfred Kinsey, Ph.D. (1894-1956) US
Alfred Charles Kinsey, Ph.D. (1894-1956) US-amerikanischer Professor für Entomologie und Zoologie, Indiana Universität, Biologe, betrügerischer Sexualforscher, Autor
Kinsey-Report – The Kinsey Institute

 

Hugh Hefner (1926-2017) US-amerikanischer Verleger, Gründer und Chefredakteur des Männermagazins Playboy, Pamphletist der irreführenden Theorien des kriminellen US-amerikanischen Sexualforschers Alfred Charles Kinsey, Ph.D. (1894-1956)
Hugh Hefner (1926-2017)

 

McKinsey & Company – McKinsey & Company

 

Eric D. Beinhocker (*1968) US-amerikanischer Senior Fellow, McKinsey Global Institute, Forscher im Bereich Volks- und Betriebswirtschaft und öffentliche Ordnung
Eric D. Beinhocker (*1968) US American senior fellow, McKinsey Global Institute, researcher of business and political economics and Public Policy

 

Irenäus Eibl-Eibesfeldt (*1928) österreichischer Verhaltensforscher

 

Prof. Dr. Jens Rowold (*1974) deutscher Professor für Personalentwicklung und Veränderungsmanagement, Zentrum für Weiterbildung, Technische Universität Dortmund
Jens Rowold, Ph.D. (*1974) German professor of personnel development and change management, Technical University Dortmund

 

Gillian Caldwell, US American Human Rights advocate, consultant of foundations and non-profits, including the Center for Community Change and the Bertha Foundation

 

Leon Eisenberg, M.D., D.Sc. [Scientific father of ADHD] (1922-2009) US American child psychiatrist, social psychiatrist, medical educator
Leon Eisenberg, M.D. (1922-2009) US-amerikanischer Kinder- und Sozialpsychiater, medizinischer Dozent, Erfinder des psychiatrischen Krankheitsbilds Aufmerksamkeitsdefizit-/Hyperaktivitätssyndrom (ADHS)

 

Eva Herman (*1958) deutsche Fernsehmoderatorin, Autorin

 

Strephon Kaplan-Williams (1934-2009) US-amerikanischer Jungscher Traumforscher, Autor
Strephon Kaplan-Williams (1934-2009) US American Jungian dream researcher, author

 

Maria V. Snyder mariavsnyder.com US American meteorologist, novelist
Touch of Power, Mira, 20. December 2011

 

Robert M. Kaplan, Ph.D., Australian associate professor of forensic psychiatry, graduate school of medicine, University of Wollogong, historian, author

 

Michael Baigent (1948-2013) New Zealand speculative theorist, author
Richard Leigh (1943-2007) US American short story writer, novelist

 

Stanley Kubrick (1928-1999) US American film director, screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, editor

 

Mel Brooks (*1926) US American film director, film producer, screenwriter, composer, comedian, actor, lyricist

 

Rick Hanson, Ph.D. (*1949) US American neuropsychologist, co-founder of The Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom, author
Buddha’s Brain. The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom, New Harbinger, Oakland, California, 1st edition 1. November 2009

 

Rick Mendius, M.D., US American neurologist, teacher, author

 

Erik Erikson (1902-1994) German-born American developmental psychologist, psychoanalyst, developer o the theory on psychosocial development of human beings
Erik H. Erikson (1902-1994) deutsch-amerikanischer Psychoanalytiker, Vertreter der psychoanalytischen Ich-Psychologie, Neofreudianer

 

Jane Loevinger (1918-2008) US American developmental psychologist, developer of a theory of personality and maturing conscience
Jane Loevinger (1918-2008) US-amerikanische Entwicklungspsychologin, Erforscherin von Persönlichkeitsmerkmalen, familiären Interaktionsmustern und Gewissensbildung

 

Elizabeth Kucinich (*1977) US American director of public affairs for the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, wife of the U.S. Congressman and former Democratic presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich

 

Robin Morgan robinmorgan.us (*1941) US American child actor, political theorist, activist, feminist, lecturer, journalist, poet, author
Sisterhood is Powerful. An Anthology of Writings From The Women's Liberation Movement, Random House, 1970  
Anatomy of Freedom. Feminism, Physics, and Global Politics, W.W. Norton & Company, 1st edition 1982, 2nd edition 1. January 1990

 

Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859) deutscher Naturforscher, Mitbegründer der Geographie als empirischer Wissenschaft

 

Stanton Peele, Ph.D., J.D. peele.net (*1946) US American licensed psychologist, practicing psychotherapist, attorney, expert on alcoholism, addiction and addiction treatment, author
The Diseasing of America, Jossey-Bass, reissued paper edition 22. January 1999
Dr. Stanton Peele peele.net (*1946) US-amerikanischer Psychologe, Psychotherapeut, Rechtsanwalt, Suchtexperte, Autor

 

Archie Brodsky, US American research associate, Department of Psychiatry, Beth Israel-Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, coauthor

 

Joe Biden (*1942) 47th US vice president

 

Steve Biddulph (*1953) britisch-australischer Familienpsychologe- und therapeut, Männerforscher und -aktivist

 

Neil Howe fourthturning.com (*1951) US American historian, sociologist, economist, demographer, president of LifeCourse Associates, author
William Strauss (1947-2007) US American historian, playwright, theater director, lecturer, author
Strauss and Howe
Generations, 1991
Generations. The History of America's Future, 1584 to 2069, Harper Perennial, 30. September 1992
[[https://www.amazon.de/Fourth-Turning-William-Strauss
/dp/0767900464?tag=spiritualwiki-21|The Fourth Turning]], Broadway Books, reprint edition September 1997
William Strauss, Neil Howe und R.J. Matson, Millennials Rising. The Next Great Generation, Vintage, 5. September 2000

 

Jeff Jarvis (*1954) US American associate professor of journalism, Graduate School of Journalism, City University of New York, public speaker, former television critic

 

Steven Johnson (*1968) US American media theorist, popular science author

 

Donald James Wheal [Thomas Dresden] (1931-2008) British scriptwriter, television writer, non-fiction writer, novelist

 

Michael Mauboussin (*1964) US American adjunct professor of finance, Columbia Business School, managing director and head of Global Financial Strategies, Credit Suisse

 

Diotima of Mantinea, Greek-Arcadian female philosopher, Socrates' mentor
Diotima, altgriechisch-arkadische Philosophin, Sokrates Lehrerin

 

Steven Hassan (*1954) US-amerikanicher Ex-Moonie, Sektenausstiegsberater, psychologischer Berater, Autor
Steven Alan Hassan (*1954) US American ex-Moonie, cult exit educator, mental health consultant, author
Freedom of Mind. Helping Loved Ones Leave Controlling People, Cults, and Beliefs, Freedom of Mind Press, 14. June 2012

 

Peter D. Kramer (*1948) US American psychiatrist specializing in the area of depression, former Marshall scholar, faculty member of Brown Medical School author

 

Pablo Neruda (1904-1973) Chilean politician, poet, writer, Nobel laureate in literature, 1971
Pablo Neruda (1904-1973) chilenischer Politiker, Dichter, Schriftsteller, Nobelpreisträger für Literatur, 1971

 

Laurence Gardner (1943-2010) British researcher, lecturer, writer focusing on alternative history

 

Francesco Cossiga (1928-2010) Italian professor of constitutional law, University of Sassari, politician, 42nd Italian prime minister (1979-1980), 8th Italian president (1985-1992)

 

Alexander Lauterwasser (*1951) German cymatics researcher, photographer, author
Alexander Lauterwasser wasserklangbilder.de (*1951) deutscher Wasserforscher, Kymatik-Medienkünstler, Autor

 

Reinhold Niebuhr (1892-1971) US-amerikanischer Theologe, Philosoph, Politologe
Gelassenheits-Gebet bei den Treffen der AA-Selbsthilfegruppen (1941-1942)
Reinhold Niebuhr (1892-1971) US American professor of theology, Union Theological Seminary, ethicist, public intellectual, commentator on politics and public affairs
The Structure of Nations and Empires, 1959
Moral Man and Immoral Society. A Study in Ethics and Politics , Charles Scribner's Sons, 1932, Westminster John Knox Press, 2002, 2nd edition 18. January 2013

 

Marc Sautet (1947-1998) französischer Philosoph, Lehrer, Übersetzer (hauptsächlich Nietzsche), Autor
Ein Cafe für Sokrates. Philosophie für jedermann, btb Verlag, Düsseldorf/Zürich, 1999
Marc Sautet (1947-1998) French philosopher, teacher, translator (mainly of Nietzsche), writer

 

Dr. Hans Jenny (1904-1972) Swiss physician, natural scientist, father of cymatics

 

Heinrich Schmidt (1874-1935) deutscher Philosoph, Archivar
Philosophisches Wörterbuch, 19. Auflage 1943, Kröner Verlag Stuttgart, 23. vollständig neu bearbeitete Auflage 2009

 

Parker J. Palmer (*1939) US American educator, activist on education, community, leadership, spirituality and social change, author
Let Your Life Speak. Listening for the Voice of Vocation, Jossey Bass, 1st edition 10. September 1999

 

Paul Hawker, New Zealand US American TV series producer, author
Secret Affairs of the Soul. Ordinary people's extraordinary experiences of the sacred, Northstone Publishing Inc., 1. November 2000

 

Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac (1902-1984) britischer Physiker, Mitbegründer der Quantenphysik, Nobelpreisträger, 1933
Paul Dirac

 

Stephen H. Wolinsky, Ph.D., US-amerikanischer Lehrer für Selbsterforschung und den Kaschmirischen Shivaismus  
Stephen H. Wolinsky, Ph.D., US American teacher of self-enquiry and Kashmir Shaivism
http://members.chello.at/reni/wolinsky/

 

Secret Affairs of the Soul. Ordinary people's extraordinary experiences of the sacred, Northstone Publishing Inc., 1. November 2000

 

Albert Pike (1809-1891) US American attorney, Confederate officer, 33rd degree Freemason, writer
Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Supreme Council, Thirty Third Degree, of the Scottish Rite, Southern Jurisdiction of the United States, 1871, 1872

 

Catherine Crier (*1954) US American Emmy, du-Pont-Columbia, and Gracie Allen Award-winning journalist, CNN newscast co-anchor, youngest state judge to ever be elected in Texas, author

 

Nansook Hong (*1966) koreanisch-US-amerikanische Ex-Moonie, geschiedene Frau von Hyo Jin Moon (†2008), dem ältesten Sohn des Kultführers Sun Myung Mun, Autorin
Ich schaue nicht zurück. 14 Jahre Hölle: Ein Opfer der Mun-Sekte berichtet, Lübbe, 1. Februar 2000
Nansook Hong (*1966) Korean-American ex-Moonie, divorced wife of Hyo Jin Moon (†2008) eldest son and heir-apparent of cult leader Sun Myung Moon
In the Shadow of the Moons. My Life in the Reverend Sun Myung Moon's Family, autobiography, Little, Brown & Company, 1st edition 2. September 1998

 

Daniel Schacter, Ph.D. (*1952) US American professor of psychology, Harvard University, expert on psychological and biological aspects of human memory and amnesia

 

Felicitas Heyne heyne.com (*1966) deutsche Psychologin, Autorin

 

Ashok Gangadean, Ph.D. (*1953) Indian professor of philosophy, department chair, Haverford College, co-convenor of the World Commission on Global Consciousness and Spirituality

 

Friedrich Delitzsch (1850-1922) son of Lutheran theologian Franz Delitzsch (1813-1890), German Assyriologist, lecturer of Semitic languages, co-founder of the Deutsche Orientgesellschaft [German Oriental Society]
The Great Deception, 2 parts, 1920s
Friedrich Delitzsch (1850-1922) deutscher Assyriologe, Dozent für semitische Sprachen, Mitgründer der Deutschen Orientgesellschaft
Die große Täuschung. Kritische Betrachtungen zu den alttestamentlichen Berichten über Israels Eindringen in Kanaan, die Gottesoffenbarung vom Sinai und die Wirksamkeit der Propheten, 1920/1921, Neuauflage 1934
Die große Täuschung. Fortgesetzte kritische Betrachtungen zum Alten Testament, vornehmlich den Prophetenschriften und Psalmen, nebst Schlußfolgerungen, Zweiter Teil, 1921, Neuauflage 1926

Old Testament writings were borrowed from ancient Babylonian tales, including the stories of Genesis creation narrative and the Flood myth.

 

Be Scofield, US American activist, web designer, DJ, producer, blogger for magazine Tikkun, writer

 

Michael Persinger (*1945) kanadischer Professor für kognitive Neurowissenschaft, Forscher der Neurotheologie, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, Naturphilosoph
Michael Persinger (*1945) Canadian professor of cognitive neuro science, researcher in neurotheology, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, natural philosopher

 

Mary Anne Atwood (1817-1910) English writer on hermeticism and spiritual alchemy

 

Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim (1486-1535) deutscher humanistischer Gelehrter, Theologe, Jurist, Arzt, Astrologe, Alchemist, Okkultist, Autor
De Occulta Philosophia, 1510-1533
Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim (1486-1535) German humanist scholar, theologian, astrologer, lawyer, physician, alchemist, occult writer
De Occulta Philosophia (1510-1533)

 

Peter A. Levine, Ph.D. (*1942) US American therapist specializing in the treatment and understanding of chronic stress, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD, tonic immobility), developer of Somatic Experiencing®, educator, author
In an Unspoken Voice. How the Body Releases Trauma and Restores Goodness, North Atlantic Books, 1st edition 28. September 2010
Waking the Tiger. Healing Trauma

 

Piero Ferrucci (*1946) italienischer Philosoph, Psychotherapeut, ausgebildet in Psychosynthese
Unermeßlicher Reichtum, Rowohlt Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 1994

 

Randy Powell TheABHAkingdom.com US American mathematician, researcher

 

Robert Augustus Masters, Ph.D. robertmasters.com (*1947) Canadian psychologist, psychotherapist, former community cult leader, author

 

Robert Anton Wilson (1932-2007) US American polymath, philosopher, psychologist, futurist, civil libertarian, self-described agnostic mystic, editor, playwright, essayist, novelist, poet, author
Robert Anton Wilson (1932-2007) US-amerikanischer Philosoph, Anarchist, agnostischer Mystiker, Erfolgsautor
Romantrilogie Illuminatus!, 1969-1971

 

Michael Gurian michaelgurian.com US American family therapist, corporate consultant, social philosopher, global pioneer in the gender effectiveness movement, author

 

Roland Freisler (1893-1945) notorious Nazi lawyer and judge, State Secretary of the Reich Ministry of Justice, President of the People's Court (Volksgerichtshof)

 

Marko Rodin, US American mathematician, researcher

 

Bernard Jakoby sterbeforschung.de (*1957) deutscher Sterbeforscher, Nahtodexperte, Literaturwissenschaftler, Autor

 

Alexander Nevzorov (*1958) former Russian and Soviet TV journalist, former member of the Russian parliament, film director, founder of the horsemanship school, Nevzorov Haute Ecole

 

Mark Rashid, US American horse trainer, clinician

 

Arthur Burt (1912-2012) US American preacher

 

Stuart Chase (1888-1985) US American economist, engineer trained at MIT, author

 

Franz Werfel (1890-1945) Austrian-Bohemian poet, playwright, novelist

 

Geronimo (1829-1909) Native American leader of the Bedonkohe Apache, war chief

 

Stephen LaBerge (*1947) US American psychophysiologist, researcher scientific study of lucid dreaming

 

Genghis Khan (1162?-1227) founder and Great Khan (emperor) of the Mongol Empire

 

Nicolas de Condorcet (1743-1794) French philosopher, mathematician, early political scientist, developer of the Condorcet method in voting tally selects

 

Robert C. Fuller, Ph.D., US American professor of religious studies, Bradley University, author

 

Frithjof Bergmann (*1930) German-American professor emeritus of philosophy, University of Michigan, teaching courses on existentialism and continental philosophy

 

Leuren Moret, US American scientific geologist, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab and Nuclear Weapons Lab, Livermore, international radiation specialist, whistleblower on illegal depleted uranium munitions, advisor of the United Nations' subcommission, governments and communities

 

James J. Hurtak, Ph.D. (*1940) US American anthropologist, comparative religious scientist, scholar, founder and director of The Academy for Future Science, author
Dr. James J. Hurtak (*1940) US-amerikanischer Anthropologe, vergleichender Religionswissenschaftler, Gelehrter, Gründer und Leiter von The Academy for Future Science, Autor
Die Schlüssel des Enoch

 

Dr. Ron Smothermon, US-amerikanischer Arzt, Therapeut, Seminarleiter, Autor
Drehbuch für Meisterschaft im Leben, Context Verlag, 1986, J. Kamphausen Verlag, Bielefeld, Taschenbuch 11. Auflage 1. Januar 1996, 2002
Drehbuch 2 – Das Mann/Frau Buch. Die Transformation der Liebe, J. Kamphausen, 1992, 1. Januar 1994

 

Karl Rove (*1950) US American Republican political consultant and policy advisor, senior advisor and deputy chief of staff during the George W. Bush administration (2000-2007)

 

Richard Strozzi-Heckler, Ph.D. (*1944) US American professor of clinical psychology, coach, leadership consultant, author

 

Archibald Joseph Cronin (1896-1981) schottischer Arzt, Schriftsteller
Die Zitadelle, 1937
A. J. Cronin (1896-1981) Scottish physician, novelist
The Citadel, 1937

 

William R. Miller, Ph.D., US American professor of psychology and psychiatry, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, author

 

S. M. Miller, US American emeritus professor of sociology, Boston University, co-founder and long-time board member of UFE

 

Susan Brownmiller (*1935) US American feminist, social activist, journalist, author
Against Our Will. Men, Women, and Rape, Ballantine Books, 1. January 1975
Susan Brownmiller (*1935) US-amerikanische radikalfeministische Aktivistin, Journalistin Autorin

 

Thomas L. Friedman (*1953) US American Zionist journalist, columnist for The New York Times, 3-fold Pulitzer prize laureate

 

Ashleigh Brilliant (*1933) English syndicated cartoonist, author

 

Adam Hartung (*1957) US American entrepreneur, executive in three Fortune 100 companies, business consultant, speaker, columnist, author
Create Marketplace Disruption. How to Stay Ahead of the Competition, FT Press, 1st edition 7. August 2008

 

Thomas Frey futuristspeaker.com (*1954) US American executive director and senior futurist, DaVinci Institute

 

Vartan Gregorian (*1934) US Armenian-American academic, serving as the president of Carnegie Corporation of New York

 

http://www.nichtkampf-prinzip.de/impressum.htmlRüdiger Lenz, deutscher systemischer Therapeut, Referent, Sachbuchautor

 

Marie D. Jones, US American researcher, radio host, author

 

Maurice M. Cotterell (*1951) British electrical and communications engineer, mathematician, scientist, independent researcher, author
Maurice M. Cotterell (*1951) englischer Elektro- und Kommunikationsinginieur, Mathematiker, Wissenschaftler, Autor
Die ersten Götter – Kulturgründer von jenseits des Himmels, Heyne, München, 1999

 

Maurice M. Cotterell, British engineer, scientist, author
The Tutankhamun Prophecies. The Sacred Secret of the Mayas, Egyptians and Freemasons, Headline Book Publishing, 1st edition 28. January 1999

 

Alison Armstrong, US American men researcher, seminar leader, author
Making Sense of Men. A Woman's Guide to a Lifetime of Love, Care and Attention from All Men, Pax Programs, 15. February 2008

 

Brian Todd O'Leary, Ph.D. (1940-2011) US American scientist, former NASA astronaut, author
Brian Todd O'Leary, Ph.D. (1940-2011) US-amerikanischer Wissenschaftler, ehemaliger NASA-Astronaut, Autor

 

Anthony of Padua, O.F.M. [Anthony of Lisbon] (1195-1231) Portuguese Catholic priest, friar of the Franciscan Order
Antonius von Padua (1195-1231) [Antonius von Lissabon] portugiesischer Franziskaner, Prediger, Theologe, Heiliger der römisch-katholischen Kirche

 

Valerie V. Hunt, Ed.D., US American neurophysiological research scientist, bioengineer, healer, lecturer, author, professor emeritus of physiological science, University of California, Los Angeles

 

Valerie M. Hudson, Ph.D., US American professor of political science, The Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, since January 2012

 

Dr. Seuss [Theodor Seuss Geisel] (1904-1991) US American cartoonist, poet, writer of children's books

 

Lloyd deMause psychohistory.com (*1931) US American social thinker, lay psychoanalyst, director of The Association for Psychohistory, president of the International Psychohistorical Association, editor of The Journal of Psychohistory
The History of Childhood, 1974
[[https://www.amazon.de/History-Childhood-Master-Work/dp/1568215517/?tag=spiritualwiki-21|''The History of Childhood Jason Aronson, Inc.,  Northvale, New Jersey, 1. June 1995
Foundations of Psychohistory, Creative Roots Publisher, 1st edition January 1982
History of Childhood. The Untold Story of Child Abuse, Peter Bedrick Books, April 1988
Foundations of Psychohistory, Preface, Creative Roots Publisher, 1st edition January 1982
The Emotional Life Of Nations, Preface, Other Press, 17. June 2002
Lloyd deMause psychohistory.com (*1931) US-amerikanischer Sozialwissenschaftler, Laienpsychoanalytiker, Leiter der The Association for Psychohistory, Präsident der Internationalen psychohistorischen Vereinigung, Herausgeber von The Journal of Psychohistory
Aurel Ende, Herausgeber, Grundlagen der Psychohistorie. Psychohistorische Schriften, Suhrkamp Verlag, Frankfurt a.M., 1989

 

Selma Fraiberg (1918-1981) US American child psychoanalyst, social worker, author

 

Pamela Haag, Ph.D. marriageconfidential.com US American historian, feminist, author

 

Hans Dieter Leuenberger (1931-2007) schweizerischer Pfarrer, Psychotherapeut, Esoteriker

 

Christoph Martin Wieland (1733-1813) deutscher Dichter, Übersetzer, Herausgeber zur Zeit der Aufklärung
Der Teutsche Merkur

 

Peter Scholl-Latour (1924-2014) deutsch-französischer Publizist, Journalist

 

Philip Greven, Ph.D., US American assistant professor of early American history, University of British Columbia
The Protestant Temperament. Patterns of Child-Rearing, Religious Experience, and the Self in Early America, University Of Chicago Press, 15. September 1988

 

Allan G. Johnson, Ph.D., US American sociologist, public speaker, novelist, writer on social inequality
The Gender Knot. Unraveling Our Patriarchal Legacy, Temple University Press, 1st revised edition 29. April 2005

 

G. R. S. Mead [George Robert Stowe Mead] (1863-1933) English influential member of the Theosophical Society, founder of the Quest Society, translator, editor, author

 

Karlheinz Deschner (1924-2014) deutscher Religions- und Kirchenkritiker, Schriftsteller
Abermals krähte der Hahn. Eine kritische Kirchengeschichte, 4 Bände, Verlag H.E. Günther, Stuttgart 1962, Edition Enfer, Lahnstein, 2010 Kriminalgeschichte des Christentums, zehnbändiges Hauptwerk, 1986-März 2013

 

René Girard (1923-2015) French-born American historian, anthropological philosopher of social science, literary critic, author

 

Robert Kiyosaki (*1947) US American investor, businessman, motivational speaker, financial literacy activist, financial commentator, self-help author

 

Siri Hustvedt (*1955) US American essayist, novelist

 

Jaak Panksepp, Ph.D. (1943-2017) Estonian-born American professor of psychology, Bowling Green State University, psychobiologist, neuroscientist, College of Veterinary Medicine, Washington State University, author
Dr. Jaak Panksepp (1943-2017) estnisch-amerikanischer emeritierter Professor für Psychologie, Bowling Green State University, Ohio, Psychobiologe, Neurowissenschaftler spezialisiert auf des Spiel- und Sozialverhalten, College of Veterinary Medicine, Washington State University, Autor

 

Arvid Leyh (*1968) deutscher Wissenschaftsjournalist, Redaktionsleiter von DasGehirn.info, Podcaster, Autor
Arvid Leyh (*1968) German science journalist, editor-in-chief of DasGehirn.info, podcaster, author

 

Robert Eisenman, US American professor of Middle East religions, archaeology, and Islamic law, director of the Institute for the Study of Judaeo-Christian Origins, California State University, Long Beach, biblical scholar, historian, "road" poet, theoretical writer
James the Brother of Jesus. The Key to Unlocking the Secrets of early Christianity and the Dead Sea Scrolls, 1997

 

Norman Dodd (1899-1987) US American banker/bank manager, financial advisor, chief investigator for the 1953  United States House Select Committee to Investigate Tax-Exempt Foundations and Comparable Organizations initiated by US congressman B. Carroll Reece

 

Martin Bernal (1937-2013) British scholar of modern Chinese political history, professor emeritus of government and Near Eastern studies, Cornell University, Ithaca
Black Athena. The Afroasiatic Roots of Classical Civilization. The Fabrication of Ancient Greece 1785-1985, Volume 1, 1986, Rutgers University Press, 1. February 1991

 

Stan Gooch (1932-2010) British psychologist, author
Cities of Dreams. When Women Ruled the Earth, 1989, Aulis Publishers, 2nd edition 1. December 1995

 

Neil Kramer (*1972) British philosopher, teacher specializing in the fields of consciousness, metaphysics, and mysticism, speaker, author

 

Colin Ross, M.D., kanadisch-amerikanischer Psychiater, Kliniker, Gründer des Colin Ross Instituts für psychologisches Trauma, Autor
Colin Ross, M.D., Canadian-American psychiatrist, clinician, researcher, lecturer and author in the field of dissociation and trauma-related disorders

 

W. H. Auden (1907-1973) Anglo-American poet, famous writer of the 20th century

 

Nathan S. Kline, M.D. (1916-1983) US American psychiatrist, researcher on psychopharmacologic drugs

 

John M. Allegro johnallegro.org (1923-1988) British linguist scholar, archaeologist, Dead Sea Scrolls scholar, author
The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross. A Study of the Nature and Origins of Christianity Within the Fertility Cults of the Ancient Near East, Hodder and Stoughton Ltd., 1970

 

Hugh J. Schonfield (1901-1988) British Bible scholar specializing in the New Testament and the early development of the Christian religion and church
The Passover Plot. New Light on the History of Jesus, 1965

 

Michael Parenti (*1933) US American historian, culture critic, activist, political writer on scholarly and popular subjects

 

Howard Zinn, Ph.D. [BW 200] (1922-2010) einflussreicher US-amerikanischer emeritierter Professor für Politikwissenschaft, Boston Universität (1964-1988), progressiver Historiker, Akademischer Linker, Aktivist, Autor
Howard Zinn, Ph.D. [LoC 200] (1922-2010) US American professor of political science, Boston University (1964-1988), progressive historian, social activist, playwright, author    TvsF S. 209, 2005
A Real People's History of the United States. 1492-Present, Harper Collins, 1st edition 1980, 2010
''chapter 1
You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train. A Personal History of Our Times, Beacon Press, 5. September 2002

 

Dieter Wunderlich, deutscher Psychologe, Autor

 

Barbara G. Walker (*1930) US American cultural anthropology researcher, journalist, feminist author
The Woman's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets, Harper & Row, San Francisco, 1st edition 30. November 1983
Barbara G. Walker (*1930) US-amerikanische kulturanthropologische Forscherin, Journalistin, feministische Autorin
Das geheime Wissen der Frauen, Zweitausendeins, Frankfurt/Main, 1993, Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag (dtv), 1995, Arun-Verlag, 3. Auflage 17. Dezember 2007

 

Andre Vltchek (*1963) US American philosopher, filmmaker, photographer, investigative journalist, playwright, novelist

 

Noam Chomsky [BW 135-185] (*1928) US-amerikanischer Professor für Linguistik, Kognitionswissenschaftler, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), sozialer Aktivist
Sprache und Politik, Philo Verlag, 1999, 2. Auflage 2000
Noam Chomsky [LoC 135-185] (*1928) US American professor emeritus of linguistics, philosopher, cognitive scientist, social activist, author    TvsF S. 209, 2005
Hopes and Prospects, Haymarket Books, 1st edition 1. June 2010

 

Jacques Lacan [LoC 180] (1901-1981) controversial French psychoanalyst, psychiatrist, philosopher, post-structuralist
Jacques Lacan [BW 180]     TvsF S. 209, 2005

 

Edmund Husserl [LoC 195] [LoC 499] TvsF S. 209, TvsF S. 254
Edmund Husserl [BW 195] [BW 499]

 

Michel Foucault [LoC 190] (1926-1984) French philosopher, historian of ideas, social theorist, philologist, literary critic, author
Michel Foucault [BW 190]

 

Jean-Francois Lyotard [LoC 185]
Jean-Francois Lyotard [BW 185]

 

Rigoberta Menchú Tum [LoC 180] (*1959) indigenous Guatemalan K'iche', UNESCO goodwill ambassador, politician, author on the plight of Guatemala's indigenous peoples during and after the Guatemalan Civil War (1960-1996), promoter of indigenous rights, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, 1992
Rigoberta Menchú Tum [BW 180]    TvsF S. 209, 2005

 

Shirin Ebadi (*1947) Iranian lawyer, former judge, human rights activist, founder of Defenders of Human Rights Center in Iran, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, 2003

 

Gore Vidal [LoC 180] (1925-2012) US American political left advocate, author
Gore Vidal [BW 180] (1925-2012)    TvsF S. 209, 2005

 

Webster Tarpley (*1946) US American historian, economist, political analyst, critic of U.S. foreign and domestic policy, journalist, lecturer, conspiracy author

 

Petrarch [Francesco Petrarca, Father of Humanism] (1304-1374) Italian scholar, one of the earliest humanists, poet

 

Luce Irigaray [LoC 155] (*1932) Belgian philosopher, linguist, psychoanalyst, sociologist, cultural theorist, feminist
Speculum of the Other Woman, 1974
This Sex Which Is Not One, 1977
Luce Irigaray [BW 155] (*1932)    TvsF S. 209, 2005

 

Julia Kristeva [LoC 150] (*1941) Bulgarian-French professor of philosophy, University Paris Diderot, literary critic, psychoanalyst, sociologist, cultural theorist, critical analyst, feminist, novelist
Julia Kristeva [BW 150] (*1941)      TvsF S. 209, 2005

 

Herbert Marcuse [LoC 150] (1898-1979) German-American philosopher, sociologist, political theorist, associated with the Frankfurt School    TvsF S. 209, 2005
Herbert Marcuse [BW 150]

 

John D. Caputo [BW 185]     TvsF S. 209, 2005
John D. Caputo [LoC 185]

 

Jean Baudrillard [BW 175]      TvsF S. 209, 2005
Jean Baudrillard [LoC 175]

 

Ernst Fehr (*1956) Austrian economist, professor of microeconomics and experimental economic research (on fairness, reciprocity and bounded rationality), chairman of the department of economics, University of Zürich, Switzerland
Ernst Fehr (*1956) österreichischer Wirtschaftswissenschaftler, Professor für Mikroökonomik und Experimentelle Wirtschaftsforschung, Erforscher der Verhaltensökonomie, Direktor des Instituts für Volkswirtschaftslehre, seit 2011, Universität Zürich

 

Harald Schumann (*1957) deutscher investigativer Wirtschaftsjournalist, Diplom-Ingenieur, Sachbuchautor

 

Dr. med. John Virapen [John Rengen] (*1943) indischer ehemaliger Manager der Pharmakonzerne Eli Lilly (1980-1988) und Novo Nordisk, Whistleblower, Enthüllungsautor
Nebenwirkung Tod. Korruption in der Pharma-Industrie. Ein Ex-Manager packt aus, Mazaruni Publishing, 4. Auflage 21. November 2008
John Virapen, M.A. [John Rengen] (*1943) former Indian manager of pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly (1980-1988) and Novo Nordisk, whistleblower, author

 

Ō no Yasumaro (?-723) Japanese nobleman, bureaucrat, chronicler
Kojiki [Record of Ancient Matters] oldest Japanese extant chronicle, 711-712 AD
Ō no Yasumaro (?-723) japanischer adliger Hofbeamter, Gelehrter
Kojiki, 711-712 n. Chr.

 

Guru Grath Sahib, heilige Schrift der Sikhs, Ang 1299, 1469-1708
Message of Guru Granth Sahib, living Guru of Sikhism, Shabad, 1469-1708
Guru Granth Sahib [Adi Granth]
Der Adigranth ["Buch des Uranfänglichen"], 1469-1708

 

Vardhamāna Mahāvīra (~497-425 v. Chr.) Indian 24th and last tirthankara of Jainism – (599-527 BC) older estimate
Sutrakritanga Sutra
Mahavira [Großer Held] (~497-425 v. Chr.) indischer Begründer der indischen Religion Jainismus, letzter der 24 Tirthankaras (Furtbereiter)

 

Alan Butler, British engineer, historical researcher and writer

 

Ilchi Lee (*1950) South Korean founder of mind-body training methods and Dahn yoga, author

 

Steven L. Hairfield, B.A., M.A., US American psychologist, theologian, metaphysician, author
Christian M. Kamerer (editor), Return to Innocence. Messages from the Ancients, Innercircle Publishing, 30. December 2003
Donald S. Moore (editor), The Twelve Sacred Principles of Karma, InnerCircle Publishing, 21. June 2009

 

Jim Carrey (*1962) Canadian-American actor, comedian, producer

 

William Bengston, Ph.D., US American professor of sociology, St. Joseph's College, New York, "failed skeptic", experimental researcher in energy healing arts

 

Sam Harris (*1967) US American neuroscientist, philosopher, public intellectual, co-founder and CEO of Project Reason, atheist, author
The End of Faith, 2004

 

Michael Shermer (*1954) US American historian of science, founder of The Skeptics Society, founding publisher of its magazine Skeptic, science writer

 

Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson (*1943) fünfter isländischer Staatspräsident

 

Cleve Backster (1924-2013) US American polygraph scientist experimenting with biocommunication in plant and animal cells in the 1960s, developer of the theory of primary perception, director of the Backster School of Lie Detection in San Diego, California

 

James Twyman, US-amerikanischer Filmproduzent, Musiker, Autor
James Twyman, US American filmmaker, musician, author

 

Anwar El Sadat (1918-1981) assassinated third president of Egypt (1970-1981)

 

Moshe Dayan (1915-1981) Israeli military leader, politician, fourth Chief of Staff of the Israel Defense Forces (1953-1958)

 

Louis Pasteur ['Father of microbiology'] [LoC 465/485] (1822-1895) French chemist, physician, microbiologist     RSMM 87, TvF 139
Louis Pasteur ['Vater der Mikrobiologie'] [BW 465/485] (1822-1895) französischer Arzt, Chemiker, Mikrobiologe

 

Robert Koch (1843-1910) German physician, founder of microbiology, Nobel Peace Prize laureate in physiology for his tuberculosis findings, 1905

 

Stephen Larsen, US American psychologist, founder of the Center for Symbolic Studies, author
The Fundamentalist Mind. How Polarized Thinking Imperils Us All, Quest Books, 1. January 2007
The Little Shaman's Book of Dreams

 

Peter R. Breggin, M.D. (*1936) US American psychiatrist, critic of biological psychiatry and psychiatric medication

 

Dion Fortune [Violet Mary Firth Evans] (1890-1946) British occultist, author

 

Richard Branson (*1950) English business magnate, founder and chairman of Virgin Group

 

Richard Boyd, Ph.D. (*1942) US American philosopher

 

Terence McKenna (1946-2000) US American ethnobotanist, philosopher, psychonaut, multidisciplinary researcher, lecturer, author on cyclical historic waves, MKUltra agent
Food of the Gods. The Search for the Original Tree of Knowledge A Radical History of Plants, Drugs, and Human Evolution, Bantam, reprint edition 1. January 1993

 

Don Lattin, US American recovered alcoholic, freelance journalist, author
Distilled Spirits. Getting High, Then Sober, with a Famous Writer, a Forgotten Philosopher, and a Hopeless Drunk, University of California Press, 1st edition 18. October 2012

 

Abram Hoffer, M.D., Ph.D. (1917-2009) Canadian psychiatrist, biochemist, agricultural chemist, medical activist
Abram Hoffer, M.D., Ph.D. (1917-2009) kanadischer Biochemiker, Psychiater

 

Anodea Judith (*1952) US American psychotherapist, historian, mythologist, lecturer on body/mind integration, author
The Global Heart Awakens. Humanity's Rite of Passage from the Love of Power to the Power of Love, Energy Psychology Press, 1. January 2010, Shift Books, 2nd edition 18. July 2013

 

Edward Young (1683-1765) englischer Dichter

 

J. Randolph (Randy) Richmond (†2017) US American publisher, Human Design System consultant, recovered alcoholism addict, author

 

Karl Ove Knausgård (*1968) Norwegian author

 

Dr. Candace Pert (1946- 2013) US-amerikanische Neuropharmakologin, Neuropsychoimmunologin, Autorin
Candace Pert (1946- 2013) US American neuropharmacologist, neuropsychoimmunologist, author
Molecules of Emotion. The Science Behind Mind-Body Medicine. Why You Feel the Way You Feel, Scribner, 1st Touchstone edition, 17. February 1999

 

Jean-Claude Juncker (*1954) luxemburgischer christlich-sozialer Politiker, Finanzminister (1989-2009), Premierminister (1995-2013), Vorsitzender der Euro-Gruppe (2005-2013), Präsident der Europäischen Kommission (*2014), Mitglied des NWO-orientierten Kommittees der 300
Jean-Claude Juncker (*1954) Luxembourgish politician, minister for finances (1989-2009), prime minister of Luxembourg (1995-2013), president of the European Commission, the executive branch of the European Union (EU) (*2014), member of the NWO focussed Committee of 300

 

Mary Elizabeth Lease (1850-1933) US American political activist, advocate of the suffrage and temperance movement, lecturer, writer
speech History Is A Weapon, ~1890

 

Moses Maimonides [Moses ben Maimon] (1135/38-1204) Spanish preeminent medieval Sephardic Jewish philosopher, astronomer, physician, prolific and influential Torah scholar of the Middle Ages
Moses Maimonides [Moses ben Maimon] (1135/38-1204) spanischer Philosoph des Mittelalters, Rechtsgelehrter, Astronom, Arzt, bedeutender jüdischer Torah-Gelehrter

 

Christa Meves (*1925) deutsche Kinder- und Jugendlichenpsychotherapeutin, Schriftstellerin

 

Bill Griffith Wilson [Bill W.] [LoC 540] (1895-1971) US American co-founder of the international mutual aid fellowship Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
A.A. Big Book, step 3
Alcoholics Anonymous – The Big Book online, 1st edition 1939, 4th edition 2001
Language of the Heart. Bill W's Grapevine Writings, Grapevine, October 1988
Spiritual Awakenings. Journeys of The Spirit, A.A. Grapevine, 2003
Alcoholics Anonymous, Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, AA World Services, 1st edition 10. February 2002
Bill Griffith Wilson [Bill W.] [BW 540] (1895-1971) US-amerikanischer Mitgründer der internationalen Selbsthilfevereinigung [[wp:Anonyme Alkoholiker|Anonyme Alkoholiker] (AA)

 

Paul Levy (*1956) US American psycho-activating healer, artist, author
Dispelling Wetiko. Breaking the Curse of Evil, North Atlantic Books, 15. January 2013

 

Thomas Becket (†1170) (†1170) englischer Lordkanzler, Erzbischof von Canterbury

 

Dwight Lyman Moody (1837-1899) US-amerikanischer Erweckungsprediger

 

Allan G. Hunter, Ph.D., British-born US American professor of literature, counselor, personal development workshop leader

 

Dr. William Hunter (1718-1783) schottischer Mediziner

 

Marshall Vian Summers (*1949) US American religious leader, founder of The Society – The New Message from God, author

 

Octavio Paz (1914-1998) Mexican diplomat, poet, writer, Nobel laureate in literature, 1990

 

Rodney Collin (1909-1956) British student of Peter D. Ouspensky, writer in the area of spiritual development

 

Peter D. Ouspensky [LoC 335] (1878-1947) Russian esotericist, student of George Ivanovich Gurdjieff, author
In Search of the Miraculous. Fragments of an Unknown Teaching, Harcourt, 1949

 

John G. Bennett (1897-1974) britischer Mathematiker, Wissenschaftler, Philosoph, Bewusstseinsforscher, spiritueller Lehrer, Autor
John G. Bennett (1897-1974) British mathematician, scientist, technologist, industrial research director, philosopher, consciousness researcher, spiritual teacher, author
Witness. The Autobiography of John G. Bennett, Omen Press, Tucson, 1974

 

Georges I. Gurdjeff (1866-1949) griechisch-armenischer Esoteriker, Komponist, Choreograph, Komponist, Lehrer des "Vierten Wegs", Schriftsteller
George Ivanovich Gurdjieff (1866-1949) Greek Armenian metaphysician, composer, choreograph, composer, spiritual teacher of the "Fourth Way", writer

 

John C. Lilly (1915-2001) US-amerikanischer Delfin- und Bewusstseinsforscher, Neurowissenschaftler, Philosoph, Psychoanalytiker, Psychonaut, Schriftsteller
seine Frau Antonietta Lena Lilly
Dr. John C. Lilly (1915-2001) US American physician, neuroscientist, psychoanalyst, psychonaut, philosopher, writer
Antonietta Lena Lilly (wife)
The dyadic cyclone. The autobiography of a couple, Paladin, 1978
E. J. Gold, co-author, Tanks for the Memories. Floatation Tank Talks, Gateways, Nevada City, 1995

 

E. J. Gold (*1941) US American artist, jazz musician, spiritual teacher in the "Fourth Way" tradition of G.I. Gurdjieff, author
Life In the Labyrinth, book 2 of Labyrinth Trilogy, Gateways Books, 2nd edition 1. March 1991

 

Bruno Martin (*1946) Übersetzer, Autor, Seminarleiter

 

Willis Harman (1918-1997) US American engineer, social scientist, visionary futurist, director of the Educational Policy Research Center, Stanford Research Institute (SRI), consultant to the White House in matters of CIA driven LSD research, president of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, California, author
Dr. Willis Harman (1918-1997) US-amerikanischer Ingenieur, Sozialwissenschaftler, visionärer Futurist, Direktor des Educational Policy Research Centers, Stanford Research Institute (SRI), Berater des Weißen Hauses bezüglich der CIA-gesteuerten LSD-Forschung, Leiter des Instituts der Noetischen Wissenschaften (IONS), Kalifornien, Autor

 

Thelma Moss, Ph.D. (1918-1997) US American psychologist, parapsychologist researching Kirlian photography and the human aura

 

Alfred Matthew Hubbard [Johnny Appleseed of LSD] (1901-1982) US American early proponent for the drug LSD during the 1950s

 

Myron Stolaroff (1920-2013) US American researcher of psychedelic psychotherapy with LSD, mescaline, and other drugs

 

Owsley Stanley [Bear] (1935-2011) US American figure of the San Francisco Bay Area counter-culture of the 1960s, LSD underground chemist

 

Ken Kessey (1935-2001) US American counter-cultural figure, CIA government agent, novelist, author
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Viking Press & Signet Books, 1962

 

Gerald Heard (1889-1971) Anglo-Irish historian, mystical philosopher, mentor to Bill Griffith Wilson, co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, educator, science writer

 

Carroll Quigley, Ph.D. (1910-1977) US American professor of history, theorist of the evolution of civilizations, Georgetown University, researcher on secret societies
Tragedy and Hope, The Macmillan Company, 1966
Carroll Quigley, Ph.D. (1910-1977) US-amerikanischer Professor für Geschichte, Zivilisationstheoretiker, Georgetown University, Erforscher von Geheimgesellschaften

 

Emily Esfahani Smith, Swiss-Canadian instructor in positive psychology, University of Pennsylvania, journalist, writer

 

Arno Gruen (1923-2015) German-Swiss psychologist, psychoanalyst, critic of civilization, author
... Hildegarde and Hunter Hannum, translators, The Insanity of Normality. Realism As Sickness. Toward Understanding Human Destructiveness, Grove/Atlantic, Inc., 1st edition July 1992
The Betrayal of the Self. Fear of Autonomy in Men and Women, Grove Press, New York, 1st edition March 1988
The Insanity of Normality. Realism As Sickness. Toward Understanding Human Destructiveness, translated by Hildegarde Hannum, Hunter Hannum, Grove/Atlantic, Inc., 1st English edition July 1992
Arno Gruen (1923-2015) deutsch-schweizerischer Psychologe, Psychoanalytiker, Zivilisationskritiker, Schriftsteller
Der Verrat am Selbst. Die Angst vor Autonomie bei Mann und Frau, 1986, Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag, Neuauflage 1. Januar 1992
Der Wahnsinn der Normalität. Realismus als Krankheit. Eine Theorie der menschlichen Destruktivität: Realismus als Krankheit: eine grundlegende Theorie zur menschlichen Destruktivität, Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag (dtv), 1. Januar 1992
Der Verlust des Mitgefühls. Über die Politik der Gleichgültigkeit, Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag, 1. Oktober 1997
Verratene Liebe – Falsche Götter, ECON Verlag, 1991, Klett-Cotta, 2. Auflage November 2003
Google books
Der Kampf um die Demokratie. Der Extremismus, die Gewalt und der Terror, Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag, 1. Oktober 2004

 

Kurt Lewin (1890-1947) German-American psychologist, modern pioneer of social, organizational, and applied psychology

 

Alan Watt (*1965) Scottish author, researcher, alternative media publicist, host of radio show Cutting Throught the Matrix on the Republic Broadcasting Network

 

John B. Watson (1878-1958) US American psychologist, founder of the psychological school of behaviorism, researcher on animal behavior, child rearing, and advertising

 

Brock Chisholm, M.D. (1896-1971) Canadian physician, psychiatrist, First World War veteran, first director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO), 1948, co-founder of World Federation of Mental Health (WFMH), 1948, president of WFMH (1957-1958)

 

Wilhelm Reich, M.D. (1897-1957) Austrian-American psychoanalyst, member of the second generation of psychoanalysts after Sigmund Freud, most radical figure in the history of psychiatry
The Mass Psychology of Fascism [Die Massenpsychologie des Faschismus], Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1933

 

Johann Gottlieb Fichte (1762-1814) deutscher politischer Philosoph, Begründer des deutschen Idealismus, Vater des deutschen Nationalismus, Autor
Sämtliche Werke Band I, 1965
Johann Gottlieb Fichte (1762-1814) German political philosopher, founding figure of German idealism, father of German nationalism, author

 

Arthur Koestler (1905-1983) Hungarian-British renegade of the Communist Party, journalist, author
Arthur Koestler (1905-1983) österreichisch-ungarischer Renegat der Kommunistischen Partei, Journalist, Schriftsteller

 

Thomas Drake (*1957) US-amerikanischer ehemaliger Angestellter der National Security Agency (NSA), Experte für Softwaretests, Whistleblower
Thomas Andrews Drake (*1957) US American former senior executive of the National Security Agency (NSA), US Air Force and Navy veteran, whistleblower

 

Susan Lindauer (*1963) US American journalist, antiwar activist, former Congressional staffer, U.S. Intelligence asset

 

Nigel Nicolson OBE (1917-2004) British politician, publisher, writer

 

Thomas M. Schmidt (*1960) deutscher Philosoph, römisch-katholischer Theologe

 

Dr. Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965) German-Alsatian theologian, physician, medical missionary, philosopher, humanist, organist, author
The Philosophy of Civilization, Prometheus Books, 1. March 1987
cited in: Viktor Frankl, The Unconscious God. Psychotherapy and Theology, Simon & Schuster, New York, 1975
Dr. Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965) deutsch-elsässischer Arzt, evangelischer Theologe, medizinischer Missionar, Kulturphilosoph, Humanist, Organist, Friedensnobelpreisträger, 1952, Autor
Albert Schweitzer. Selbstzeugnisse. Aus meiner Kindheit und Jugendzeit. Zwischen Wasser und Urwald. Briefe aus Lambarene, Deutscher Bücherbund, 1. Januar 1960
Kultur und Ethik, Verlag C.H.Beck, München, 1. Auflage 1996
Kulturphilosophie 1. Verfall und Wiederaufbau der Kultur / Kultur und Ethik, C.H. Beck, Neuauflage 23. August 2007
Das Albert Schweitzer Lesebuch, Verlag C.H.Beck, München, 4. Auflage, 25. August 2009

 

Robert Gass (*1948) US American leadership coach, organizational consultant, seminar leader, rock musician

 

Joanne K. Rowling (*1965) britische Erfolgsautorin
Weltbestseller Phantasy-Jugendroman-Serie Harry Potter, 2001-2011
Harry Potter (Filmserie) (2001-2011)
Joanne K. Rowling (*1965) British bestselling author
phantasy series, bestselling youth novel Harry Potter, Bloomsbury Publishing, 1997-2007

 

Aldous Huxley [LoC 485, work LoC 425] (1894-1963) English US American visionary "humanist", pacifist, counterculture hero, poet, dystopian essayist, writer on parapsychology and philosophical mysticism  TvF 124, 376

CAVEAT: AH was indoctrinated by the Great Beast 666, Aleister Crowley

collection of essays Music at Night, 1931
dystopian novel Brave New World, Chatto & Windus, United Kingdom, 1932
The Perennial Philosophy, Chatto & Windus, United Kingdom, Harper & Row, New York City, New York, 1945
Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow, Harper,  New York, 1952
The Devils of Loudun, 1952
The Doors of Perception, Chatto & Windus, United Kingdom, Harper & Row, United States, 1954
Brave New World Revisited, Harper & Brothers, New York, 1st edition 1. January 1957, 1958, Chatto & Windus, United Kingdom, 1959
The Devils of Loudan, non-fiction novel, 1952
Aldous Huxley [BW 485, Werk BW 425] (1894-1963) britisch-US-amerikanischer Kulturkritiker, Humanist, Pazifist, Visionär, parapsychologisch-philosophischer dystopischer Schriftsteller   TvF 124, 376
bedeutendstes Werk Schöne neue Welt, 1946

 

D. H. Lawrence (1885-1930) englischer Literaturkritiker, Maler, Dichter, Roman- und Bühnenschriftsteller
D. H. Lawrence (1885-1930) English literary critic, painter, poet, playwright, essayist, novelist
Aldous Huxley's homosexual lover
partially cencored pornographic novel Lady Chatterley's Lover, 1928

 

Laura Huxley (1911-2007) Italian-American wife of Aldous Huxley, musician, psychological counselor, lecturer, author

 

Francis Galton (1822-1911) English Victorian polymath (anthropologist, eugenicist, tropical explorer, geographer, inventor, meteorologist, proto-geneticist, psychometrician, statistician), cousin of Charles Darwin

 

Julian Huxley (1887-1975) English evolutionary biologist, eugenicist, proponent of natural selection, internationalist, secretary of the Zoological Society of London (1935-1942), first director of UNESCO (1946-1948), founding member of the World Wildlife Fund, author
Sir Julian Huxley (1887-1975) englischer Evolutionsbiologe, Eugeniker, Internationalist, Transhumanist, erster Direktor von UNESCO (1946-1948), Gründungsmitglied von World Wildlife Fund, Schriftsteller

 

Charles Galton Darwin (1887-1962) English physicist (Manhattan Project), grandson of Charles Darwin, director of the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) during World War II, top eugenicist
The Next Million Years, 1952, Praeger, 20. August 1973

 

Humphry Osmond (1917-2004) British-Canadian psychiatrist, inventor of the term word 'psychedelic', researcher on psychedelic drugs
Humphry Osmond (1917-2004) britischer Psychiater, Wortgeber des Begriffs 'psychedelisch', Erforscher der Wirkung von halluzinogenen Drogen auf die menschliche Psyche

 

Isabel Allende (*1942) Chilean American storyteller, novelist, writer of the "magic realist" tradition

 

Susanne Cook-Greuter, Ed.D., US American independent scholar, coach, consultant, cofounder of the think tank Integral Institute, Denver, Colorado, 1998

 

Germaine Greer (*1939) Australian academic, major feminist, journalist, author
The Female Eunuch, 1970, Harper Perennial, London, 2006
Germaine Greer (*1939) australische Intellektuelle, wichtigste Feministin des 20. Jahrhunderts, Anarchistin, Publizistin, Autorin

 

Howard Gardner, Ph.D. howardgardner.com (*1943) US American assistant professor of developmental psychology, Harvard Graduate School of Education, author
Changing Minds. The Art and Science of Changing Our Own and Other People's Minds, Original, Harvard Business Review Press, 1. March 2004
Howard Gardner, Ph.D. howardgardner.com (*1943) US-amerikanischer Assistenzprofessor der Entwicklungspsychologie, Graduate School of Education, Harvard Universität, Autor
Abschied vom IQ. Die Rahmen-Theorie der vielfachen Intelligenzen, Klett-Cotta, 4. Auflage September 2005

 

Avraham Burg (*1955) Israeli politician, businessman, member and speaker of the Knesset, chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel, interim president of Israel, author,
Avraham Burg (*1955) israelischer Sozialwissenschaftler, Geschäftsmann, hochrangiger Politiker der Arbeitspartei Awoda, Autor

 

Richard Florida, Ph.D. (*1957) US American professor of urban studies theory, developer of a new social and economic theory, Martin Prosperity Institute, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

 

Aung San Suu Kyi (*1945) Burmese opposition politician (2012-2016), leader of Myanmar's democracy movement, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, 1991

 

Marion Woodman (*1928) Canadian Jungian analyst, women's movement figure, mythopoetic author
Marion Woodman (*1928) kanadische Jungsche Analytikerin, frauenbewegte mythopoetiche Autorin

 

Carola Meier-Seethaler (*1927) deutsche Philosophin, Psychologin mit psychoanalytischer Schulung, Dozentin an einer sozialen Fachschule, Autorin

 

Connie Zweig, Ph.D., US American Jungian-oriented therapist, nondenominational minister, bestselling author (editor)
Jeremiah Abrams, US American psychotherapist (editor)
Meeting the Shadow. The Hidden Power of the Dark Side of Human Nature, Tarcher, 1st edition 1. April 1991

 

Norman Doidge, M.D. normandoidge.com Canadian US American psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, brain researcher, essayist
The Brain That Changes Itself. Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science, Viking Adult, 1st edition 15. March 2007
Dr. med. Norman Doidge, kanadisch-US-amerikanischer Psychiater, Psychoanalytiker, Hirnforscher, Autor

 

Rudolf Otto [BW 485] (1869-1937) einflussreicher deutscher Religionswissenschaftler, evangelischer Theologe   TvF 376
Das Heilige. Über das Irrationale in der Idee des Göttlichen und sein Verhältnis zum Rationalen, Trewendt & Granier, Breslau, 1917, 4. Auflage 1920 online, Beck, München, Nachdruck 18. März 2004
Rudolf Otto [LoC 485] (1869-1937) eminent German Lutheran theologian, scholar of comparative religion
The Idea of the Holy, Oxford University Press, 1923

 

Georg Simmel (1858-1918) deutscher Kulturphilosoph, Begründer der Formalen Soziologie, Konfliktsoziologe, Neukantianianer
Philosophie des Geldes, Duncker & Humblot Verlag, Berlin, 1900

 

Dr. rer. nat. John-Dylan Haynes (*1971) deutscher Professor für Theorie und Analyse weiträumiger Hirnsignale, Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience, Berlin, seit 2006

 

Andrew Newberg, M.D. andrewnewberg.com (*1966) US American neuro-scientist, adjunct professor of religious studies, radiologist, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Dr. med. Andrew Newberg andrewnewberg.com (*1966) US-amerikanischer Hirnforscher, außerordentlicher Professor für Religionswissenschaft, Pionier der Neurotheologie, Physiker der Nuklearmedizin, medizinische Fakultät der Universität von Pennsylvania

 

Mark Robert Waldman, US-amerikanischer Hirnforscher, Psychotherapeut, Center for Spirituality and the Mind, Universität von Pennsylvania, Autor
Mark Robert Waldman, US American brain researcher, psychotherapist, associate fellow, Center for Spirituality and the Mind, University of Pennsylvania, author
Words Can Change Your Brain. 12 Conversation Strategies to Build Trust, Resolve Conflict, and Increase Intimacy Hudson Street Press, 14. June 2012

 

James B. Glattfelder, Ph.D., former Swiss chair of systems design, empirical analyst of ownership relations of a large database of international companies, ETH, Zürich, independent author

 

Susan Cain (*1968) US American former corporate lawyer, negotiations consultant, self-described introvert, lecturer, author
Quiet. The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking, Crown Publishing Group, 24. January 2012

 

Albert Camus (1913-1960) algerisch-französischer Philosoph, Schriftsteller, Nobelpreisträger für Literatur, 1957
Albert Camus (1913-1960) French Algeria-born French philosopher, journalist, author, Nobel laureate in literature, 1957

 

Benjamin Bloom, Ph.D. (1913-1999) US American professor of educational psychology, developer of the taxonomy of educational objectives, theorist of mastery-learning

 

Wilhelm Wundt, M.D. [Father of experimental psychology] (1832-1920) German physician, physiologist, professor of psychology, founding figure of modern mechanistic psychology, philosopher, associated to the Leipzig School

 

James Earl Russell (1864-1945) US American developer of Teachers College leading into the advanced training of elementary and secondary school teachers, administrators, and supervisors in the United States (1897-1927)

 

Edward Thorndike, Ph.D. (1874-1949) US American professor of educational psychology, Teachers College, Columbia University, developer of the theory of connectionism, member of the board of the Psychological Corporation, president of the American Psychological Association (APA)

 

John Dewey [BW 455] (1859-1952) US-amerikanischer Philosoph, Begründer der funktionalen Psychologie, progressiver 'Pseudo'-Pädagoge, Sozialreformator
John Dewey [LoC 455] (1859-1952) US American founder of functional psychology, 'progressive' pseudo educational and social reformer, influential in education and social reform, pragmatist, co-founder of functional psychology, representative of progressive populist philosophies of schooling
Dewey was an early developer of the philosophy of pragmatism, the conformist education model adverse to critical thinking. It serves for cultural dumbing down via standardized tests in the US school system.
Human Nature and Conduct, 1922
The Public and its Problems, Holt Publishers, 1927

 

Thomas Malthus [LoC 480] (1766-1834) English scholar, influential in political economy and demography, popularizer of the economic theory of rent and theories about population         RSMM 87
An Essay on the Principle of Population, six editions (1798-1826)
Thomas Robert Malthus [BW 480] (1766-1834) britischer Ökonom, Vertreter der klassischen Nationalökonomie, Gelehrter     RSMM 87  BW 204, Werk Sozialdarwinismus?

 

Julia Butterfly Hill (*1974) US American environmental activist, tax redirection advocate
Julia Butterfly Hill (*1974) US-amerikanische Umweltaktivistin

 

James F. Masterson (1926-2010) prominent US American psychiatrist

 

Milton Glaser (*1929) US American graphic designer

 

Robert B. Laughlin, Ph.D. (*1950) US American professor of physics and applied physics, Stanford University, Nobel laureate in physics, 1998
A Different Universe. Reinventing Physics from the Bottom Down, ?
Robert B. Laughlin, Ph.D. (*1950) US-amerikanischer Professor für Physik, Nobelpreisträger für Physik, 1998

 

Gerhard Wisnewski (*1959) deutscher Filmautor, investigativer Enthüllungsjournalist, Schriftsteller

 

Prof. Peter Lösche (1939-2016) deutscher Professor für Politikwissenschaft, Universität Göttingen

 

Betty J. Kovacs, Ph.D. Kamlak.com US American professor emerita of comparative literature and theory of symbolic language, Pasadena City College, author
The Miracle of Death, Kamlak Center, 3. February 2003

 

Patrick O'Brian (1914-2000) English translator, novelist

 

Emmanuel Rosen (*1960) Israeli media personality, political analyst, journalist, author

 

Tom Rath tomrath.org US American senior scientist and advisor to Gallup, Inc., researcher, speaker, non-fiction author

 

Patrick Lencioni (*1965) US American writer on business and team management

 

Joseph P. Farrell (*1957) US American adjunct professor of patristic theology and apologetics, California Graduate School of Theology, philosopher, author on alternative history, historical revisionism, archaeology, and science/physics
Scott D. de Hart, Ph.D., US American philosopher, scholar in theology, author
The Philosopher's Stone. Alchemy and the Secret Research for Exotic Matter, Feral House, 7. Februar 2009
Joseph P. Farrell (*1957) US-amerikanischer Privatdozent für patristische Theologie und Apologetik, California Graduate School of Theology, Philosoph, Autor zu Themen alternative Geschichte, Geschichtsrevisionismus, Archäologie und Wissenschaft/Physik

 

Gerald Rosen, Ph.D. (1939-2010) US American professor of English literature, educator, novelist

 

Randi Gunther, Ph.D., US American marriage counsellor, author
Randi Gunther, Ph.D., US-amerikanische Eheberaterin, Autorin

 

Winfried Otto Schumann (1888-1974) German physicist, researcher of Schumann resonances
Winfried Otto Schumann, deutscher Physiker, Erforscher der Schumann-Resonanz

 

Moshé Feldenkrais (1904-1984) ukrainisch-jüdischer Physiker, Judolehrer, Entwickler der Feldenkrais-Methode

 

Jim Tucker (1934-2013) US American journalist, author
Jim Tucker's Bilderberg Diary

 

Jim Tucker, Ph.D., US American medical director of the Child and Family Psychiatry Clinic, associate professor of psychiatry and neurobehavioral sciences, reincarnation researcher, School of Medicine, University of Virginia
Jim Tucker, Ph.D., US-amerikanischer Professor der Psychiatrie und Neurowissenschaft, Universität Virginia, Reinkarnations- und Wahrnehmungsforscher

 

Christoph Martin Wieland (1733-1813) deutscher Dichter, Übersetzer, Herausgeber zur Zeit der Aufklärung
Der Teutsche Merkur

 

Wilfred Bion, DSO (1897-1979) British psychoanalyst, president of the British Psychoanalytical Society (1962-1965)

 

Dr. John Coleman (*1935) British-American former spy of MI6, researcher of systemic mass mind control, author
|Dr. John Coleman (*1935) britisch-amerikanischer Forscher der Neuen-Welt-Ordnung, Autor

 

Verena Kast (*1943) schweizerische Professorin für Psychologie, Universität Zürich, Dozentin und Lehranalytikerin, C. G. Jung-Institut, Zürich

 

Courtney Brown, Ph.D., US American mathematician, professor of social science, department of political science, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, founder and director of nonprofit research and educational organization The Farsight Institute dedicated to the study of a phenomenon of nonlocal consciousness known as remote viewing
Remote Viewing. The Science and Theory of Nonphysical Perception, Farsight Press, 28. March 2005

 

Che Guevara (1928-1967) argentinischer marxistischer Politiker, Guerillaführer, Autor

 

Timothy McVeigh (1968-2001) US American domestic terrorist, detonator of a truck bomb at the Oklahoma City Bombing, killing 168 people, injuring over 800 people

 

Anton Pawlowitsch Tschechow [Werk BW 460] (1860-1904) russischer Arzt, Dramatiker, Novellist, Schriftsteller   TvF 124
Anton Chekhov [Work LoC 460] (1860-1904) Russian physician, dramatist, author

 

Jane Austin [Work LoC 440]      TvF 124
Jane Austin [Werk BW 440]

 

Charles Baldwin [Work LoC 420]      TvF 124
Charles Baldwin [Werk BW 420]

 

L. Frank Baum [Work LoC 220] (1856-1919) US American author of fantasy novels    TvF 124
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz [LoC 220] children's novel, George M. Hill Company, Chicago, 17. May 1900
Lyman Frank Baum (1856-1919) [Werk BW 220]  US-amerikanischer Romanschriftsteller
Der Zauberer von Oz [BW 220]
Das zauberhafte Land [BW 445] Musical- und Kinderfilm mit Judy Garland
The Wizard of Oz [LoC 445] one of the first US American color movies, directed by Victor Fleming, 1939

 

Elizabeth Browning [Work LoC 460]      TvF 124
Elizabeth Browning [Werk BW 460]

 

Bill Bryson [Work LoC 420] (*1951) US American humorist, science and language author     TvF 124

 

Robert Browning [Work LoC 450] (1812-1889) English Victorian playwright, poet    TvF 124
Andrea del Sarto, 1855
Robert Browning [Werk BW 450] (1812-1889) englischer Dichter, Bühnenschriftsteller der viktorianischen Zeit

 

Truman Capote [Work LoC 200]      TvF 124
Truman Capote [Werk BW 200] (1924-1984) US-amerikanischer Schauspieler, Drehbuchautor, Schriftsteller

 

Ferdinand Sauerbruch
Ferdinand Sauerbruch

 

Salvador Allende Gossens  Sozialreformer

 

Kemal Atatürk (Mustafa Kemal Pascha)  Sozialreformer

 

Robert Owen Sozialreformer

 

Tom Clancy [Work LoC 405] (*1947) US American author on detailed espionage, military science, and techno thriller storylines      TvF 124

 

Harry Fielding [LoC 440, Work LoC 430]   TvF 124   RSMM 86
Harry Fielding [BW 440, Werk BW 430]

 

Jack London [Work LoC 420]    TvF 124
Jack London [Werk BW 420]

 

John Grisham [Work LoC 405]  TvF 124
John Grisham [Werk BW 405]

 

Lewis Sinclair [Work LoC 400]   TvF 124
Lewis Sinclair [Werk BW 400]

 

William Woodsworth [Work LoC 430] (1770-1850) English Romantic poet, major proponent of the Romantic Age            TvF 124
William Woodsworth [Werk BW 430]

 

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow [Work LoC 465] (1807-1882) US American educator, poet    TvF 124
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow [Werk BW 465] (1807-1882) US-amerikanischer Pädagoge, Dichter

 

Henry_Wadsworth_Longfellow|Henry Wadsworth Longfellow]] (1807-1882) poet and educator

 

Ajahn Brahm (*1951) British Theravada Buddhist monk

 

Norman Mailer [Work LoC 400] (1923-2007) US American film maker, actor, political candidate, journalist, essayist, playwright, novelist              TvF 124
Norman Mailer [Werk BW 400] (1923-2007) US-amerikanischer Filmproduzent, Schauspieler, politischer Kandidat, Journalist, Essayist, Bühnenschriftsteller, Romanautor

 

James Michener [Work LoC 420]    TvF 124
James Michener [Werk BW 420]

 

Margaret Mitchell [Work LoC 400]   TvF 124
Margaret Mitchell [Werk BW 400]

 

Ronn Owens [Work LoC 405] (*1945) US American top-rated talk radio host on KGO    TvF 124

 

Alice Walker [Werk BW 440] (*1944) US-amerikanische Feministin, politische Aktivistin, Dichterin, Autorin, Pulitzerpreisträgerin, 1983  TvF 124
Roman Im Tempel meines Herzens, 1989, Rowohlt, September 2000
Alice Walker [Work LoC 440] (*1944) US-American feminist, political activist, poet, author, recipient of the Pulitzer Prize (1983) and the National Book Award

 

Jeremy Paxman (*1950) English journalist, author, broadcaster for British TV station BBC since 1977

 

Rebecca Walker (*1969) US American third wave feminist, writer, named as one of the 50 future leaders of America by Time magazine
daughter of Alice Walker

 

Debbie Ford (1955-2013) US American coach, lecturer, self-help author

 

Kiss daddy goodnight. People prefer to think of incest as rare. But in every fourth family, a girl is sexually abused by a trusted adult. Debbie Taylor uncovers the dangerous truth behind the ‘safe’ family facade., New internationalist 138 [image, unknown], August 1984

 

Al Gore (*1948) 45th US American vice president (1993-2001), presenter of the documentary film An inconvenient truth, 2006

 

Naomi Wolf (*1962) US American political activist, social critic, former informal political consultant to Bill Clinton and Al Gore, leading spokesperson of the third wave of the feminist movement, author
The Beauty Myth, William Morrow and Company, 1991

Exposing the tyranny of the ideal of female beauty

Vagina. A New Biography, Ecco, 1st edition 11. September 2012
Naomi Wolf (*1962) US-amerikanische Literaturwissenschaftlerin, politische Aktivistin, führende Sprecherin der Dritten Welle des Feminismus, Schriftstellerin
Wie zerstört man eine Demokratie. Das 10-Punkte-Programm, Goldmann Verlag, 14. Juni 2010
Vagina. Eine Geschichte der Weiblichkeit, Rowohlt-Verlag, Reinbek bei Hamburg, 2. Mai 2013

 

Max Heindel (1865-1919) dänisch-US-amerikanischer Ingenieur, Theosoph, Rosenkreuzer, Begründer der rosenkreuzerischen Schule Rosicrucian Fellowship, Autor
Rosenkreuzer-Philosophie in Frage und Antwort, Band II, Rosenkreuzer Philosophie, verbesserte Neuauflage 1. Mai 1999
Die Rosenkreuzer-Weltanschauung oder Mystisches Christentum, Oceanside, California, 92049, The Rosicrucian Fellowship Rosicrucian.com Internetausgabe Dezember 1992
Max Heindel (1865-1919) Danish US American ingeneer, Christian occultist, astrologer, mystic, theosophist, Rosicrucian, founder of the Rosicrucian school Rosicrucian Fellowship, author

 

Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson, Ph.D. (*1941) US American psychoanalyst, critical author on Sigmund Freud's theoretical concepts and psychoanalysis
The Assault on Truth. Freud's Suppression of the Seduction Theory, 1984
Jeffrey Masson, Ph.D. (*1941) US-amerikanischer in Neuseeland lebender Psychoanalytiker, Kritiker der theoretischen Konzepte Sigmund Freuds, Autor
Gegen Therapie, Atheneum, 1988

 

Otto Kernberg (*1928) österreichisch-US-amerikanischer Professor für Psychiatrie, Weill Cornell Medical College, Psychoanalytiker
Otto F. Kernberg (*1928) Austrian American professor of psychiatry, Weill Cornell Medical College, psychoanalyst

 

Robert Penn Warren [Work LoC 435] (1905-1989) US American poet, novelist, literary critic, founder of New Criticism       TvF 124

 

Edith Wharton [Werk BW 405]
Edith Wharton [Work LoC 405]

 

Virginia Woolf [Work LoC 415] (1882-1941) English publisher, essayist, writer of short stories  TvF 124

 

Mary Shelley [Work LoC 360]      TvF 124
Mary Shelley [Werk BW 360]

 

Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822) major English Romantic lyric poet
true author (falsely attributed to his 2nd wife Mary Shelley), Frankenstein. The Modern Prometheus, novel, 1818
main character Victor Frankenstein
transhuman experiment Frankenstein's monster
Prometheus Unbound, C. and J. Ollier, London, 1820

 

Apollonius of Tyana [LoC 420] (~40-~120 AD) Greek Neopythagorean philosopher from the town of Tyana, Roman province of Cappadocia in Asia Minor, orator
Apollonios von Tyana [BW 420] (~40-~120 n. Chr.)  Stadt Tyana in Kappadokien und griechischer Philosoph der neopythagoräischen Tradition, Redner    RSMM 86

 

Aristophanes [LoC 455] (~446-~386 BC) Greek comic playwright, director of Old Comedy, ancient Athens   RSMM 86
Aristophanes [BW 455] (~446-~386 v. Chr.) griechischer Komödiendichter, bedeutender Vertreter der griechischen Komödie und des griechischen Theaters   RSMM 86

 

Michael Faraday [LoC 440, works 415] (1791-1867)    TvF 139,  RSMM 86
Michael Faraday [BW 440, Werk 415] (1791-1867) englischer Experimentalphysiker, Chemiker, Naturforscher, nach dem die Maßeinheit Farad benannt wurde

 

Ernest Rutherford, 1st Baron Rutherford of Nelson, OM, FRS [LoC 450] (1871-1937) New Zealand-born British chemist, physicist, father of nuclear physics    TvF 139

 

Ernest Becker (1924-1974) Jewish-American cultural anthropologist, interdisciplinary scientific thinker, writer, Pulitzer prize laureate, 1974
The Denial of Death, first published 1973, Free Press, New York, 1st edition 8. May 1997
Ernest Becker (1924-1974) US-amerikanischer Sozialanthropologe, interdisziplinärer Denker, Schriftsteller, Pulitzerpreisträger, 1974
Dynamik des Todes. Die Überwindung der Todesfurcht, Bertelsmann, 1976, Goldmann Wilhelm GmbH, Neuauflage Juni 1991

 

Edward Gibbon [LoC 445] (1737-1794) English historian, Member of Parliament
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, published in six volumes (between 1776-1788)     RSMM 86
Edward Gibbon [BW 445] (1737-1794)

 

William Gilbert [LoC 450] (1544-1603) English physician, physicist, astronomer, natural philosopher      RSMM 86
William Gilbert [BW 450] (1544-1603) englischer Arzt, Physiker, Wegbereiter der modernen naturwissenschaftlichen Forschung (Elektrizität)

 

Antoine Lavoisier [LoC 425] (1743-1794) [Father of modern chemistry"] French nobleman prominent in the histories of chemistry and biology     RSMM 86
Antoine Lavoisier [LoC 425] (1743-1794)

 

Lucretius [Titus Lucretius Carus] [LoC 420] (~97-~55 BC) Roman poet, philosopher     RSMM 86
Lukrez [Titus Lucretius Carus] [BW 420] (~97-~55 v. Chr.) römischer Dichter, Philosoph

 

Suetonius (69-122 AD) Roman historian of the equestrian order during the early Imperial era of the Roman Empire

 

Virius Nicomachus Flavianus [LoC 435] (~334-394) Roman historian, politician of the Roman Empire, grammarian    RSMM 86
Virius Nicomachus Flavianus [BW 435] (~334-394) spätantiker römischer Historiker, Politiker des Römischen Reichs, Schriftsteller

 

Jean Baptiste Joseph Fourier [LoC 410, works LoC 405] (1768-1830) French mathematician, physicist, investigator of the Fourier series (heat transfer and vibrations)  RSMM 86
Joseph Fourier [BW 410, Werk BW 405] (1768-1830) französischer Mathematiker und Physiker

 

Jürgen Todenhöfer (*1940) deutscher Jurist, Bundestagsabgeordneter der CDU (1972-1990), Vorstandsmitglied und Medienmanager des Burda-Konzerns (1987-2008), Publizist

 

show|Laurence Sterne [LoC 430] (1713-1768) Anglo-Irish novelist, Anglican clergyman    RSMM 86
show|Laurence Sterne [BW 430] (1713-1768) englischer Schriftsteller der Aufklärung, Vikar (Pfarrer) der Anglikanischen Kirche

 

Publius Cornelius Tacitus [Gaius] [LoC 420] (56-~120 AD) senator of the Roman Empire, historian     RSMM 86
Histories (Year of Four Emperors: downfall of Nero, rise of Vespasian, Titus, Domitian, rule of the Flavian Dynasty [69-96 AD]), 100-110 AD
Publius Cornelius Tacitus [Gaius] [BW 420] (58-~120 n. Chr.) bedeutender römischer Historiker, Senator des Römischen Reichs          RSMM 86

 

Thucydides [LoC 420] (~460-399/396 BC) Greek strategist, historian, author    RSMM 86
Thukydides [BW 420] (vor 454-399/396 v. Chr.) griechischer Stratege, herausragender antiker Historiker, Schriftsteller

 

Luther Burbank [LoC 450] (1849-1926) US American botanist, horticulturist, pioneer in agricultural science   TvF 139, RSMM 87
Luther Burbank [BW 450] (1849-1926) US-amerikanischer Botaniker, Pflanzenzüchter

 

Richard Evelyn Byrd, USN, Jr. [LoC 420] (1888-1957) US American naval admiral, polar explorer, pioneering aviator       RSMM 87
Richard Evelyn Byrd [BW 420] (1888-1957) US-amerikanischer Admiral der Marine, Polarforscher, Pionier der Luftfahrt

 

Sir Alexander Fleming, FRSE, FRS, FRCS [LoC 460] (1881-1955) Scottish biologist, pharmacologist, botanist, bacteriologist, discoverer of penicillin, 1928, Nobel laureate in physiology or medicine, 1945   RSMM 87
Sir Alexander Fleming [BW 460] (1881-1955) schottischer Botaniker, Bakteriologe, Pharmakologe, Entdecker des Antibiotikums Penicillin, Nobelpreisträger, 1945

 

Luigi Aloisio Galvani [LoC 450] (1737-1798) Italian physician, anatomist, biophysicist   RSMM 87
Luigi Aloisio Galvani [BW 450] (1737-1798) italienischer Arzt, Anatom, Biophysiker

 

Joachim Ringelnatz [Hans Gustav Bötticher] (1883-1934)
deutscher Kabarettist, Maler, Erzähler, Lyriker

 

Hermann von Helmholtz [LoC 460] (1821-1894) German physician, physicist, polymath, significant contributor to modern science   RSMM 87
Hermann von Helmholtz [Reichskanzler der Physik"] [BW 460] (1821-1894) deutscher Physiologe, Physiker, Universalgelehrter    RSMM 87

 

Thomas H. Huxley [LoC 460]    RSMM 87 TvsF 134
Thomas Huxley [BW 460]

 

Edward Jenner [LoC 450] (1749-1823) English physician, scientist, pioneer of smallpox vaccine                RSMM 87
Edward Jenner [BW 450] (1749-1823) englischer Landarzt, Entwickler der modernen Pockenschutzimpfung     RSMM 87

 

Harald Lesch (*1960) deutscher Professor für Physik, LMU München, Professor für Naturphilosophie, Hochschule für Philosophie München, Astrophysiker, Naturphilosoph, Wissenschaftsjournalist, Fernsehmoderator

 

Wilhelm Vossenkuhl (*1945) deutscher Professor für Philosophie, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Philosoph der Gegenwart, Autor

 

Friedrich August Kekulé [LoC 440] (1829-1896) deutscher Chemiker, Naturwissenschaftler, definierte die Basis der modernen Strukturtheorie der organischen Chemie   RSMM 87
Friedrich August Kekulé [BW 440] (1829-1896) prominent German organic chemist, principal founder of the theory of chemical structure   

 

William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin [Lord Kelvin] [LoC 450] (1824-1907) Irish-born British mathematical physicist, engineer, University of Glasgow     RSMM 87
William Thomson, 1. Baron Kelvin [Lord Kelvin] [BW 450] (1824-1907) irisch-britischer mathematischer Physiker, Ingenieur, Universität von Glasgow

 

Lorimer Moseley, Ph.D., Australian professor of neuroscience, University of South Australia, pain researcher, International Association for the Study of Pain

 

Mary Oliver (*1935) US American poet
New and Selected Poems, Volume One, Beacon Press, reprint edition 15. April 2004

 

Tamar Kron, Ph.D., Israelian professor of behavioral sciences, Jungian analyst,

 

Solomon Asch (1907-1996) Polish US American Gestalt psychologist, pioneer in social psychology
Solomon Asch (1907-1996) polnisch-US-amerikanischer Gestaltpsychologe, Pionier der Sozialpsychologie

 

Leon Festinger (1919-1989) US American social psychologist, known for cognitive dissonance and social comparison theory
A Theory of Cognitive Dissonance, Stanford University Press, 1963

 

Jed McKenna, US-amerikanischer Herausgeber spiritueller Literatur, Autor
Jed McKenna, US American publisher of spiritual literature, author

 

Leonard Wibberley (1915-1983) Irish-born US American writer who spent most of his life in the United States
The Mouse That Roared, Cold War satirical novel, Little Brown & Co, 1955

 

Ignaz Semmelweis, M.D. [LoC 460] (1818-1865) Hungarian physician, pioneer of antiseptic procedures    RSMM 87
Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis [BW 460] (1818-1865) ungarischer Arzt in Österreich-Ungarn, Pionier der Antisepsis, erste Studie von evidenzbasierter Medizin in Österreich (1847-1948)

 

Julian Jaynes (1920-1997) US American psychologist, author, The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind, Bicameralism (psychology), 1976, Mariner Books, 15. August 2000

 

Semmelweis-Reflex, unmittelbare Ablehnung einer Information oder wissenschaftlichen Entdeckung ohne weitere Überlegung oder Überprüfung des Sachverhalts

 

Iain McGilchrist, M.D. iainmcgilchrist.com (*1953) British psychiatrist, physician, literary scholar, New College, Oxford, neuroimaging researcher, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, writer
The Master and His Emissary. The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World, Yale University Press Publication, 30. October 2009, November 2010, Paperback, 6. August 2012

 

Giovanni Pico della Mirandola (1463-1494) Italian humanist, Renaissance philosopher
classical text Oration on the Dignity of Man, 1486
Giovanni Pico della Mirandola (1463-1494) italienischer Humanist,  Philosoph der Renaissance
klassische Rede Oratio de hominis dignitate [Rede über die Würde des Menschen]

 

Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg [BW 440] (1907-1944) deutscher Offizier der deutschen Wehrmacht, katholischer Aristokrat, zentrale Figur des militärischen Widerstandes gegen den Nationalsozialismus in Deutschland      TvF, S. 287, 2005
Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg [LoC 440] (1907-1944) German Wehrmacht army officer, Catholic aristocrat, central figure of the German Resistance movement, shot at a failed plot to assassinate dictator Adolf Hitler [LoC 430⇒40] (20. July 1944)

 

Lee Oswald Harvey [Social impact LoC 180]   TVF 111

 

Jack Ruby [Social impact LoC 180]   TVF 111

 

Harriet Tubman [Social impact LoC 350] (1822-1913) African-American abolitionist, humanitarian, Union spy, during the American Civil War   TVF 111

 

Jessica Utts, Ph.D. (*1952) US American professor of statistics, University of California at Davis, world’s leading statistician of consciousness research

 

Wright brothers Orville (1871-1948) and Wilbur (1867-1912) US American brothers, inventors, aviation pioneers
Gebrüder Orville und Wilbur Wright [Einfluss BW 455]
 Buch6 Hingabe an Gott, S. ?, 2009

 

Booker Taliaferro Washington [Social impact LoC 460] (1856-1915) African-US American educator, orator, advisor to Republican presidents, author   TVF 111

 

Sitting Bull [Social impact LoC 420] (1831-1890) Native American Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux holy man and tribal chief, leader of the resistance to United States government policies   TVF 111

 

Robert Sargent Shriver, Jr. [Social impact LoC 460] (1915-2011) US American statesman, activist   TVF 111

 

Babe Ruth [Influence LoC 440] (1895-1948) US American baseball player in Major League Baseball (MLB)   TVF 111

 

Knute Rockne [Influence LoC 455] (1888-1931) influential US American football player, coach, University of Notre Dame   TVF 111

 

Florence Nightingale [Influence LoC 465] (1820-1910) celebrated English nurse, statistician, writer, pioneer in nursing during the Crimean War
Florence Nightingale [Einfluss BW 465] (1820-1910) englische Begründerin der modernen westlichen Krankenpflege, einflussreiche Reformerin des Sanitätswesens und der Gesundheitsfürsorge in Großbritannien und Britisch-Indien, Autorin   TVF 111

 

Carrie Amelia Moore Nation (1846-1911) [Social impact LoC 235] radical member of the temperance movement opposing alcohol in pre-Prohibition America   TVF 111

 

Lewis and Clark Expedition [Social impact LoC 440] (1804-1806) led by Ohio Valley, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark    TVF 110

 

Geronimo [Social impact LoC 445] (1829-1909) prominent Native American leader of the Bedonkohe Apache, fighting against Mexico and the United States   TVF 110

 

Martha Graham [Social impact LoC 420] (1894-1991) influential US American modern dancer, choreographer   TVF 110

 

Dame Alicia Markova, DBE [Social impact LoC 475] (1910-2004) English ballerina,  choreographer, director, teacher of classical ballet    TVF 111

 

Fiorello La Guardia [Social impact LoC 460] (1882-1947) US American Republican Mayor of New York (1934-1945)   TVF 110

 

Bruce Lee [Social impact LoC 480]   TVF 110

 

Bobby Jones [Social impact LoC 485] (1902-1971) most successful US American amateur golfer, lawyer

 

Amelia Earhart [Social impact LoC 395] (1897-1937) US American aviation pioneer, author TvF 110

 

Charles M. Schulz (1922-2000) US American cartoonist

 

Thomas Jefferson ['US Founding Father'] (1743-1826) third US president (1801-1809), principal author of the Declaration of Independence [LoC 700/705], 4. July 1776              TvF 110

 

Benjamin Franklin (Der erste Amerikaner, Gründervater) [Einfluss BW 480] (1706-1705) nordamerikanischer Staatsmann, Okkultist, Universalgenie, Diplomat, Naturwissenschaftler, Erfinder, Aktivist, Drucker, Verleger, Schriftsteller  TvF 110
Benjamin Franklin [The First American, Founding Father] [Influence LoC 480] (1706-1705) US American statesman, political theorist, occultist, polymath, diplomat, civic activist, author
TvF 110
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, written 1771-1790, J. Parson's, London, 1st English reprint edition 1793

 

E. O. Wilson (*1929) US American biologist, researcher on sociobiology, biodiversity, island biogeography, theorist of consilience and biophilia, naturalist, conservationist, author

 

James Madison ['Father of the Constitution', US 'Founding Father'] (1751-1836) US American chief architect and author of the United States Bill of Rights [LoC 640], fourth US president (1809-1817)    TvF 110
Property, 29. March 1792
James Madison [[Vater der Verfassung, Gründervater] (1751-1836) US-amerikanischer Chefarchitekt und Verfasser der Bill of Rights der Vereinigten Staaten [BW 640], Dokument der ersten zehn Zusatzartikel zur Verfassung der Vereinigten Staaten, vierter US-Präsident (1809-1817)

 

United States Bill of Rights [LoC 640], 25. September 1789
Bill of Rights (Vereinigte_Staaten) [BW 640], 25. September 1789
Bestehend aus den ersten zehn Zusatzartikeln zur Verfassung der Vereinigten Staaten
1791: Trennung von Staat und Kirche, Religionsfreiheit, Meinungsfreiheit, Pressefreiheit, Versammlungsfreiheit, Recht auf Petitionen

 

Thomas Paine [US Founding Father] (1737-1809) British US American Enlightenment philosopher, intellectual, inventor, atheist, radical, revolutionary, pamphleteer, author    TVF ?
encyclopedia.com/topic/Thomas_Paine
The American Crisis, series of pre-revolutionary pamphlets (1776-1783)
Common Sense, bestselling pamphlet, blueprint of modern democracy, 1776
The Age of Reason. Being an Investigation of True and Fabulous Theology'', deistic pamphlet, published in three parts in 1794, 1795, and 1807
Thomas Paine (1737-1809) britisch-US-amerikanischer einflussreicher politisch-radikaler Intellektueller, Erfinder, atheistischer Revolutionär, Gründervater der Vereinigten Staaten im Zeitalter der Aufklärung, Schriftsteller    TVF =

 

Samuel Adams [US 'Founding Father'] (1722-1803) US American statesman, political philosopher, architect of the principles of American republicanism          TVF 110

 

Alexander Hamilton [US 'Founding Father'] (1755-1804) US American, soldier, economist, political philosopher, constitutional lawyer, first United States secretary of the treasury  TVF 110

monetized the debt, opened the way for the financial oligarchic elite

 

Dr. phil. Rudolf Sponsel (*1944) deutscher klinischer Psychologe, Psychotherapeut

 

James Wilson [US 'Founding Father'] (1742-1798) signer of the Declaration of Independence [LoC 700/705] (4. Juli 1776), legal theorist, original justice of the US Supreme Court    TVF 110

 

George Washington [US 'Founding Father'] [Influence LoC 455] (1732-1799) US American dominant military and political leader (1775-1799), presiding co-author of the U.S. Constitution [LoC 710] in 1787, first US president (1789-1797), Freemason   TVF 111

 

John Adams ['US Founding Father'] (1735-1826) US American statesman, diplomat, political theorist, champion of the Declaration of Independence [LoC 700/705] (4. Juli 1776), second US president (1797-1801)     TVF 110

 

Philip Livingston [US 'Founding Father'] (1716-1778) US American merchant, statesman from New York City, New York delegate to the Continental Congress (1775-1778), signer of the Declaration of Independence [LoC 700/705] (4. Juli 1776)    TVF 110

 

Patrick Henry [US 'Founding Father'] [Social impact LoC 455] (1736-1799) US American attorney, planter, orator, politician, governor of Virginia (1776-1779) and (1784-1786)   TVF 110

 

J. Edgar Hoover [Social impact LoC 255] (1895-1972) US American first director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of the United States (1924-1972), 33rd° Freemason    TVF 110
J. Edgar Hoover [Sozialer Einfluss BW 255] (1895-1972) US-amerikanischer Begründer und Direktor des Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) (1924-1972), 33. Grad Freimaurer

 

Nelson Bunker Hunt (1926-2014) US American oil company executive, former billionaire whose fortune collapsed  as a result of silver speculation

 

Josephine Baker [Social impact LoC 445]  TVF 110

 

George Balanchine [Social impact LoC 430]  TVF 110

 

John Wilkes Booth [Social impact LoC 135]  TVF 110

 

Anthony Comstock [Social impact LoC 250] TvF 110

 

Clarence Darrow [Social impact LoC 455] TvF 110

 

Agnes de Mille [Social impact LoC 425] TvF 110

 

Joe DiMaggio [Social impact LoC 480] TvF 110

 

Manfred von Richthofen ['Red Baron'] [LoC 385] German pilot for the Luftwaffe in World War I military   TvF 100

 

Betty Eadie [LoC 590] (*1942) US American author on near-death experiences (NDEs), Curtis Taylor
Embraced By The Light, Bantam, 1. September 1994

 

Seymour Martin Lipset, Ph.D. (1922-2006) Canadian political sociologist, senior fellow of The Hoover Institution, Stanford University, Hazel professor of public policy, George Mason University, American Exceptionalism. A Double Edged Sword, W.W. Norton & Company, 17. April 1997

 

Charles_Krauthammer (*1950) US American physician, syndicated columnist, political commentator, contributing editor of The Weekly Standard [LoC 440], 1983, The New Republic, 1981-present, The Washington Post, 1985-present, Pulitzer prize laureate

 

Ann Hart Coulter (*1961) US American lawyer, controversial conservative social and political commentator, syndicated columnist, author

 

Pierre Lévy (*1956) French philosopher, cultural theorist, media scholar researching cultural and cognitive impacts of digital technologies
Collective Intelligence. Mankind's Emerging World in Cyberspace, Perseus Book Group, 2000

 

Newt_Gingrich|Newton Leroy "Newt" Gingrich (*1943) US American politician, historian, 58th speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives (1995-1999), political consultant, candidate for the 2012 Republican Party presidential nominee, author

 

Dennis Prager (*1948) US American syndicated conservative radio talk show host and columnist, public speaker, author on Judeo-Christian and American values (E Pluribus Unum, In God We Trust, Liberty)

 

Michael Medved (*1948) US American syndicated radio host of The Michael Medved Show, political commentator and film critic, author

 

William Bennett (*1943) US American politician, US secretary of education (1985-1988), conservative pundit, political theorist

 

Mona Charen US American columnist, political analyst, bestselling author
Useful Idiots. How Liberals Got it Wrong in the Cold War and Still Blame America First, 2003
Do-Gooders. How Liberals Harm Those They Claim to Help — and the Rest of Us, 2005

 

Dinesh D'Souza (*1961) Indian US American president of The King's College, New York City, conservative political commentator, public intellectual speaker, author on Christian apologetics

 

Mark Reed Levin (*1957) US American lawyer, conservative commentator, syndicated host of the radio show The Mark Levin Show, author

 

Victor Davis Hanson (*1953) US American military historian, scholar of ancient warfare, columnist, political essayist, former classics professor

 

Pol Pot [LoC 35] (1925-1998) Cambodian Maoist revolutionary, leader of the Khmer Rouge (1963-1998)   TvsF 265

 

Jassir Arafat [BW 440⇒65] Gründungsmitglied der palästinensischen Befreiungsbewegung Fatah, Vorsitzender und Gründer der Partei PLO     TvF, S. 264, 2005

 

Mustafa Kemal Atarurk [LoC 250]    TvsF 264

 

Leon Trotsky [LoC 205] (1879-1940) Russian Marxist, intellectual, revolutionary, founder of the Politburo in the early Soviet Union, people's commissar for foreign affairs, leader of the Red Army   TvsF 264
Leo Trotzki [BW 205] (1879-1940) russischer Revolutionär, kommunistischer Politiker, marxistischer Theoretiker, Volkskommissar des Auswärtigen, für Kriegswesen, Ernährung, Transport, Verlagswesen, Gründer der Roten Armee

 

Justinian [BW 435] römischer Kaiser
Justinian [LoC 435] Roman Emperor
TvF 264

 

Mary Queen of Scots [LoC 340]  TvF 264

 

Oliver Cromwell [BW 208]
Oliver Cromwell [LoC 208]
TvF 264

 

englischer König Heinrich VIII. [BW 170]
King Henry VIII of England [LoC 170] British king
TvF 264

 

Iwan der Schreckliche [BW 55]
Ivan Vlad the Terrible [LoC 55]
TvF 264

 

Conquistadors [LoC 40]   TvF 264

 

Christoph Kolumbus [BW 320, Einfluss BW 375] (1451-1506) italienischer Seefahrer in spanischen Diensten, Entdecker Amerikas, 1492, Kolonisator, Frauenfeind, Rassist
Christopher Columbus [LoC 320, influence Loc 375] (1451-1506) Italian explorer, navigator, colonizer, misogynist, racist   TvF 110, 264

 

Charlemagne [Charles the Great] [Fallen ⇒LoC 230] (747/748-814) King of the Franks (768-814) who united most of Western Europe during the Middle Ages and laid the foundations for modern France and Germany, self-crowned West European emperor (12/800), grandson of Karl Martell   TvF 264
Karl der Große [Karolus Magnus] [Gefallen ⇒BW 230] (747/748-814) König des Fränkischen Reichs (768-814), selbstgekrönter westeuropäischer Kaiser (12/800), Enkel von Karl Martell

 

Friedrich der Große [BW 325] deutscher Kaiser
Frederick the Great [LoC 325] German Emperor
TvF 264

 

Francisco Franco [LoC 190]  TvsF 264

 

Gestapo [LoC 35]  TvsF 264

 

Heinrich Himmler [LoC 35] (1900-1945) German Reichsführer of the Schutzstaffel (SS), military commander, leading member of the Nazi Party (NSDAP) of Nazi Germany  TvsF 264

 

Nefertiti [LoC 205]  TvsF 264
Nofretete [Nefertiti] [BW 205] Hauptgemahlin des Pharao Echnaton im Alten Ägypten

 

Montezuma [LoC 45]     TvsF 264

 

Asklepios, altgriechischer Gott der Medizin und Heilkunst
Asclepius, god of medicine and healing in ancient Greek religion

 

Z'ev ben Shimon Halevi [Warren Kenton] (*1933) British teacher on the Toledano Tradition of Kabbalah, founding member of the Kabbalah Society, author

 

Pope Leo I [Leo the Great] [LoC 475] (~400-461) Italian aristocrat Bishop of Rome, head of the Christian Church (440-461), Doctor of the Church
Leo der Große [Papst Leo I.] [BW 475] (~400-461) italienischer Bischof von Rom (440-461), bedeutendes Oberhaupt der katholischen Kirche, Kirchenlehrer, Verteidiger der Lehre der römischen Reichskirche

 

Pope Leo XIII (1810-1903) Italian theologian, 256th Pope of the Roman Catholic Church (1878-1903), intellectual, developer of social teachings (encyclical Rerum Novarum)

 

Pope Gregory I [Gregory the Great] [LoC 475] (540-604) Italian Doctor of the Church, Latin Father, head of the Roman Catholic Church (590-604), prolific writer   TvsF 264
Gregor der Große [Gregorius, Papst Gregor I.]] [BW 475] (540-604) bedeutendes Oberhaupt der katholischen Kirche ab 590, jüngster der vier großen lateinischen Kirchenlehrer der Spätantike, Schriftsteller

 

Pope Leo [LoC 475]      TvsF 264

 

Queen Victoria [LoC 230]      TvsF 264

 

Russian Czars [LoC 55-385]      TvsF 264

 

Attila the Hun [LoC 90] TvF 264

 

Vikings, Huns, Goths [LoC 55-85]  TvF 264
Barbarian hordes [LoC 35-85]    TvF 264
Mongol hordes [LoC 70] TvF 264

 

Dschingis Khan [BW 140]
Ghenghis Khan [LoC 140]
TvF 264

 

Ramses I. [LoC 205]  TvsF 264
Ramses I. [BW 205] kinderreicher Pharao der 19. Dynastie im Alten Ägypten

 

Ramses II. [LoC 210]  TvsF 264

 

Rasputin [LoC 120]  TvsF 264

 

Maximilien Robespierre (1758-1794) French lawyer, politician, influential figure associated with the French Revolution and the Reign of Terror [LoC 405]  TvsF 264

 

François Duvalier [Papa Doc] [LoC 25] (1907-1971) haitianischer Politiker, Diktator von Haiti (1957-1971)    TvsF 264

 

Tutankhamun [Son/Sun of God] [King Tut] [LoC 200] (1341-1323 BC) Egyptian pharaoh of the 18th dynasty (1332-1323 BC) during the period of the New Kingdom    TvsF 264
Tutanchamun [Tutenchamun] [Sohn/Sonne Gottes] [BW 200] (1341-1323 v. Chr.) altägyptischer Pharao der 18. Dynastie (Neues Reich) (1332-1323 v. Chr.)

 

Manuel Noriega [LoC 60]  TvsF 264

 

Omar Kadafi [LoC 160-190], son of Muhammar Gaddafi  TvsF 265
Muammar al-Gaddafi
Muammar Gaddafi

 

Mahmud Abbas [BW 210+; Stand Januar 2005] [BW 230; Stand 2004] palästinensischer Staatspräsident, Nachfolger von Arafat   TvF 265

 

Europäische Union (EU) [BW 205] aus 27 europäischen Staaten bestehender Staatenverbund mit einer halben Milliarde Einwohner [Stand 2004]       TvF 265

 

Osama bin Laden [BW 40/70] (1957-2011) saudi-arabischer Gründer des lose weltweit operierenden Terrornetzwerks Al-Qaida, bestehend aus großteils sunnitischen dschihadistischen Organisationen    TvF 265 (BW 40)

 

Ali Hasan al-Madschid [Chemie-Ali] [BW 160] (1941-2010) irakischer Politiker, General, der Giftgas-Einsätze befahl, Vetter von Saddam Hussein, wegen Völkermordes viermal zum Tode verurteilt und hingerichtet    TvF 265

 

Hamid Karzai [LoC 415] Afghanistan     TvF 265

 

Mohammad Khatami [LoC 200] (*1943) Iranian scholar, Shiite theologian, Reformist politician, fifth president of Iran (1997-2005)   TvsF 265

 

Kim Jong-il [LoC 160] (1941-2011) supreme leader of North Korea (DPRK) (1994-2011)    TvsF 265
Kim Jong-il [BW 160] (1941-2011) oberster diktatorischer Machthaber der Demokratischen Volksrepublik Nordkoreas, Generalsekretär der Partei der Arbeit von Korea (PdAK), Vorsitzender der Nationalen Verteidigungskommission der Demokratischen Volksrepublik Korea, Oberster Befehlshaber der Koreanischen Volksarmee (KVA) [Stand 2004]  TvsF 265

 

Slobodan Milošević [BW 130] (1941-2006) Parteivorsitzender des Bundes der Kommunisten Serbiens (1986-1989), Präsident Serbiens (1989-1997) und Jugoslawiens (1997-2000), Gründer und langjähriger Parteichef der Sozialistischen Partei Serbiens (1990-2006)

 

Pervez Musharraf [LoC 425] (*1943) retired Pakistanian politician, four-star general,  tenth president of Pakistan (2001-2008)     TvsF 265
Pervez Musharraf [LoC 425] (*1943) zehnter Präsident Pakistans (2001-2008) durch einem unblutigen Militärputsch, pflegte einen USA-freundlichen diktatorischen Regierungsstil

 

Augusto Pinochet [LoC 155]  TvsF 265
Augusto Pinochet [BW 155] (1915-2006) chilenischer General, Diktator TvsF 265

 

Ariel Sharon [LoC 205]  TvsF 265

 

Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen
Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen

 

Marco Polo (1254-1324) Italian merchant traveller from Venice
... Rustichello da Pisa, Italian romance writer, Polo's autobiography introducing Europeans to Central Asia and China The Travels of Marco Polo, 1300

 

Arthur Compton

 

Louis de Broglie

 

Clinton Davisson

 

Lester Germer

 

Martha Stewart

 

John McCain

 

Julius Gordon, US American rabbi

 

George Berkeley, Bischof von Cloyne, 18. Jhdt.

 

Yogi Berra (1925-2015) US-amerikanischer Baseballspieler und -manager, bekannt für seine humoristisch-provokativen Zitate ("Yogiismen")
Yogi Berra (1925-2015) former US American Major League Baseball catcher, outfielder, manager, humorist

 

Ken Keyes (1921-1995) US American creator of the self-help system Living Love method, personal growth lecturer, author
The Handbook to Higher Consciousness, Love Line Books, 5th edition 1. January 1993

 

Paul Claudel (1868-1955) French diplomat, devout Catholic, younger brother of the sculptor Camille Claudel, dramatist, poet

 

Peter D'Adamo, M.D., US American naturopathic physician, author
co-author Catherine Whitney, Eat Right 4 Your Type. The Individualized Diet Solution to Staying Healthy, Living Longer & Achieving Your Ideal Weight, Putnam Adult, 1st edition 6. January 1997

 

Dunbar's number
Robin MacDonald Dunbar, Ph.D. (*1947) British anthropologist, specialist in primate behaviour, professor of evolutionary psychology, University of Oxford
research on village and tribe sizes, band-level tribal groups past 150 members
150 is the estimated size of a Neolithic farming village, the splitting point of Hutterite settlements, the basic unit size of professional armies in Roman antiquity and in modern times since the 16th century, appropriate company size
200 is the upper bound on the number of academics in a discipline's sub-specialization
Robin Dunbar, Ph.D. (*1947) britischer Professor für Evolutionspsychologie, Universität von Oxford, Professor für Anthropologie, University College, London (1994-2007)
Dunbar-Zahl, theoretische kognitive Gruppengöße von 150 Menschen, mit denen eine Einzelperson infolge der Größe und Funktion des Neocortex stabile soziale Beziehungen unterhalten kann

 

Lyndon B. Johnson (1908-1973) 36th US president (1963-1969)

 

Kelly Bryson, MA, MFT, US American licensed therapist, trainer for the International Center for Nonviolent Communication, consultant, lecturer, author
Don't Be Nice, Be Real. Balancing Passion for Self with Compassion for Others, Elite Books, 2nd edition 1. January 2010

 

Dorothee Sölle (1929-2003) deutsche evangelische feministische Befreiungstheologin, Pazifistin, Referentin, Schriftstellerin
Dorothee Sölle (1929-2003) German liberation theologian, pacifist, speaker, writer

 

Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968) US American Baptist minister, activist, leader of the African American civil rights movement, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, 1964
Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution, speech delivered at the National Cathedral, Washington, DC, 31. March 1968, Congressional record, 9. April 1968
Letter from Birmingham Jail, 16. April 1963
Strength to Love, 1963
Why We Can't Wait, 1963
Where Do We Go from Here. Chaos or Community?, Beacon Press, 1967, 2010
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968) US-amerikanischer Baptistenpastor, Aktivist, afro-amerikanischer Bürgerrechtler, Friedensnobelpreisträger, 1964

 

Befreiunngstheologen

  • Jesus [LoC 1000+]
  • Mahatma Gandhi [LoC 760] Indian spiritual activist leader, nonviolent freedom fighter
  • Mechthild of Magdeburg [LoC 640] German medieval member of the Béguines [precursor of women's liberation]
  • Annie Besant [LoC 530] British theosophist, women's rights activist, supporter of Irish and Indian self rule
  • Francis of Assisi [LoC 580]
  • John Calvin [LoC 580] French Swiss pastor during the Protestant Reformation
  • Martin Luther [LoC 580] (1483-1546) German Protestant reformer
  • Erasmus of Rotterdam [LoC 500] (1466/1469-1536) Dutch social critic
  • Joseph Smith, Jr. [LoC 510/520] (and above 400 in TvsF, 339)
  • Eleanor Roosevelt [LoC 495] advocate for civil rights, enhancer of the status of working women, chairwoman of the United Nations committee that drafted and approved the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  • Emma Curtis Hopkins [LoC 485] US American feminist, ordaining women at the Christian Science Theological Seminary, Chicago
  • Leo Tolstoy [LoC 420]
  • Dietrich Bonhoeffer German Lutheran pastor, martyr of the Nazi regime
  • Karl Barth [Church father of the 20th century] Swiss Reformed theologian, influential Christian thinker
  • Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Desmond Tutu
  • Pope Leo XIII
  • Adolph Kolping

 

Leonardo Boff (*1938) brasilianischer katholischer Theologe, Hauptvertreter der Befreiungstheologe, Verteidiger der Menschenrechte für Arme

 

James Cook (1728-1779) englischer Seefahrer, Entdecker

 

Paul Johnson (*1928) English Jesuit, historian, speechwriter, journalist, author
A History of the American People, opening paragraph, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1997

 

K. Paul Johnson, US American retired public library director, scholar of modern Western esotericism like Theosophy and Edgar Cayce
Initiates of Theosophical Masters, State University of New York Press, Albany, 1995

 

Marie E. P. König [Marie Emilie Paula Schwager] (1899-1988) deutsche autodidaktische Prähistorikerin, Höhlenforscherin, Münzforscherin

 

Johann Jakob Bachofen (1815-1887) Swiss professor for Roman law, University of Basel (1841-1845), jurist, anthropologist, antiquarian
Johann Jakob Bachofen (1815-1887) schweizerischer Professor des römischen Rechts, Universität von Basel (1841-1845), Rechtshistoriker, Altertumsforscher, Anthropologe
Das Mutterrecht. Eine Untersuchung über die Gynaikokratie der alten Welt nach ihrer religiösen und rechtlichen Natur, Suhrkamp Taschenbuch Verlag, 6. Januar 1975, 1982

 

Heide Göttner-Abendroth (*1941) German feminist advocating Modern Matriarchal Studies on matrilineal societies
Heide Göttner-Abendroth (*1941) deutsche Philosophin, Matriarchatsforscherin
Die Göttin und ihr Heros, W. Kohlhammer, 1980, Frauenoffensive, 1997, Neuerscheinung 2011

 

Madame Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1831-1891) deutsch-russische Okkultistin, spiritistisches Medium, Mitgründerin der Theosophischen Gesellschaft, 1875, Schriftstellerin
Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1831-1891) Russian-German occultist, spiritualist medium, 32° co-Freemason, cofounder of the Theosophical Society, 1875, author
The Secret Doctrine. The Synthesis of Science, Religion, and Philosophy, Volume 1 and 2, Theosophical University Press, 1888

  • Lucifer represents ... Life ... Thought ... Progress ... Civilization ... Liberty ... Independence ... Lucifer is the Logos ... the Serpent, the Savior. pages 171, 225, 255 (Volume II)

 

  • It is Satan who is the God of our planet and the only God.  pages 215, 216, 220, 245, 255, 533, (VI)

 

  • The Celestial Virgin which thus becomes the Mother of Gods and Devils at one and the same time [...]. Lucifer is divine and terrestrial Light, 'the Holy Ghost' and 'Satan' at one and the same time. page 539

 

James Webb (1946-1980) Scottish historian, biographer

 

Raymond Llull (1232-1315) Majorcan philosopher, logician, Franciscan tertiary, writer of the first major work of Catalan literature

 

Leonard Cohen (1934-2016) Canadian musician, depressive, singer-songwriter, poet, novelist

 

Hideki Yukawa (1907-1981) Japanese theoretical physicist, first Japanese Nobel laureate, 1949

 

Colonel Henry Steele Olcott (1832-1907) US American military officer, lawyer, journalist, lawyer co-founder and first president of the Theosophical Society, 1875, journalist

 

Anthony T. Padovano, US American professor of theology and literature, speaker, author

 

H. Ross Perot (*1930) US American businessman

 

Jim Bakker (*1940) US American televangelist, convicted for rape and accounting fraud

 

Curt Goetz (1888-1960) deutscher Schriftsteller

 

Curtis E. LeMay (1906-1990) US American Air Force General

 

O. Carl Simonton, M.D. (1942-2009) US-amerikanischer Radiologe, Onkologe, Pionier der Psychoonkologie, Gründer des Simonton Cancer Centers (SCC)
O. Carl Simonton, M.D. (1942-2009) US American radiologist, oncologist, pioneer of psycho-oncology, founder of the Simonton Cancer Center (SCC)

 

Sir Josiah Charles Stamp (1880-1941) britischer Beamter, Industrieller, Direktor der Bank of England (1928-1941), Wirtschaftswissenschaftler, Statistiker, Schriftsteller
Josiah Charles Stamp, 1st Baron Stamp (1880-1941) British civil servant, industrialist, director of the Bank of England (1928-1941), economist, statistician, writer

 

Rodney King (*1965) black US American subjected to police brutality by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAP), 3. March 1991
Jury Could Hear Rodney King Today, 1. May 1992, 3rd day at court, Los Angeles riots 1992, cited in: The New York Times, Seth Mydans, 9. March 1993

 

Max Bazerman, Ph.D., US American professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School

 

Paul Kohtes (*1945) deutscher PR-Spezialist [Ketchum Pleon], Zen-Meditationslehrer, Führungskräfte- Coach, Autor

 

Pat Kane (*1964) Scottish musician, author
The Play Ethic. A Manifesto For a Different Way of Living, Macmillan, illustrated edition 3 September 2004

 

Robert Jay Lifton, M.D. (*1926) US American psychiatrist, researcher of the psychological causes and effects of war and political violence, developer of the theory of thought reform, author
Thought Reform and the Psychology of Totalism, Norton, New York, 1st edition 1961
Eight Criteria ...
Dr. med. Robert Jay Lifton (*1926)

 

James P. Carse, US-amerikanischer Professor der Theologie und Kirchengeschichte, New York University
Endliche und unendliche Spiele. Die Chancen des Lebens, Klett-Cotta, Stuttgart, Erstauflage 1986, 2. Auflage Oktober 1999
James P. Carse, US American professor emeritus of theology, literature of religion, history, New York University
Finite and Infinite Games, Ballantine Books, New York, 1987, Free Press, 5. January 2013

 

Aristotle Onassis (1906-1975) prominent Greek shipping magnate

 

Jorge Semprún Maura (1923-2011) spanischer Politiker, Schriftsteller, Drehbuchautor

 

Karl Pillemer, Ph.D., US American professor of human development and gerontology, Cornell University, Ithaca, Weill Cornell Medical College, director of Cornell Institute for Translational Research on Aging (CITRA) and the Legacy Project 30 Lessons for Living. Tried and True Advice from the Wisest Americans, Hudson Street Press, 10. November 2011

 

John McCarthy (*1956) British broadcaster, hostage in the Lebanon hostage crisis, 1986, journalist, writer

 

Harriet Lerner, Ph.D. harrietlerner.com (*1944) US American clinical psychologist, feminist, relationship expert, author
Marriage Rules. A Manual for the Married and the Coupled Up, Avery Gotham, reprint edition 31. December 2012

 

Courtney E. Martin (*1980) US American editor emeritus, Feministing.com, speaker, 3rd wave feminist writer

 

Marjorie Kelly, US American fellow, Tellus Institute, director, Cutting Edge Capital consulting

 

Silvio Gesell (1862-1930) deutscher Kaufmann, Finanztheoretiker, Sozialreformer, Begründer der Freiwirtschaftslehre

 

Dr. Rolf Froböse,
Die geheime Physik des Zufalls. Quantenphänomene und Schicksal, Verlag BoD Norderstedt, 2008

 

William K. Black (*1951) US American academic, lawyer, former bank regulator, author

 

Wesley Clark (*1944) US American retired general of the United States Army, Supreme Allied Commander Europe of NATO (1997-2000)

 

Ted Nace (*1956) US American environmentalist objecting corporate personhood, publisher, writer

 

Reinhard K. Sprenger, deutscher Unternehmensberater
Vertrauen führt, Campus-Verlag, Frankfurt, 2. Auflage 2004

 

Robert Weiss, LCSW, CSAT-S, US American founding director of The Sexual Recovery Institute

 

Jennifer P. Schneider, M.D., Ph.D., US American internal physician, expert in addiction medicine

 

Kirk J. Schneider, Ph.D., US American psychologist, existential-humanistic psychotherapist, author
The Polarized Mind. Why It's Killing Us and What We Can Do about It, University Professors Press, 17. April 2013

 

William Tecumseh Sherman (1820-1891) US American Union general during the Civil War, address to the graduating class of the Michigan Military Academy, 19. June 1879
William Tecumseh Sherman (1820-1891) US-amerikanischer Union General während des amerikanischen Bürgerkrieges
Ansprache vor Absolventen der Michigan Militärakademie, 19. Juni 1879

 

Robert Aron (1898-1975) French writer on politics and history
Robert Aron (1898-1975) französischer Autor zu politischen und historischen Themen

 

Elga Sorge (*1940) deutsche feministische Theologin

 

Raphael Patai [Ervin György Patai] (1910-1996) Hungarian-Jewish ethnographer, historian, Orientalist, anthropologist, author
Raphael Patai [Ervin György Patai] (1910-1996) ungarisch-jüdischer Ethnograph, Historiker, Orientalist, Anthropologe, Autor

 

June Singer, Ph.D. (1920-2004) US American Jungian analyst, member of the Jung Institute, San Francisco

 

Robert Edward Lee (1807-1870) US American career military officer, best known for having commanded the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia in the American Civil War

 

Francis Edward Smedley (1818-1864) English novelist

 

Smedley Butler (1881-1940) US American US Marine Corps major general, outspoken critic of U.S. military adventurism
War is a Racket, 1935

 

[[http://www.ted.com/index.php/speakers/richard_st_john.html...
|Richard St. John, US American success expert

 

Bernard Malamud (1914-1986) US American Jewish author of novels and short stories

 

Arundhati Roy (*1961) Indian political activist, social critic, essayist, novelist, Sydney Peace Prize recipient, 2004
Arundhati Roy (*1961) indische politische Aktivistin, Globalisierungskritikerin, Schriftstellerin

 

Malala Yousafzai (*1997) Pakistani human rights and education activist, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, 2014
Malala Yousafzai (*1997) pakistanische Kinderrechts- und Bildungsaktivistin, Friedensnobelpreisträgerin, 2014

 

Rachel Naomi Remen, M.D., US American clinical professor of family and community medicine, UCSF school of medicine, co-founder and medical director of the Commonweal Cancer Help Program, storyteller, author
Kitchen Table Wisdom. Stories That Heal, Riverhead Trade, 10th anniversary edition 1. August 2006

 

UniversalSantos Bonacci, UniversalTruthSchool.com, Australian astrotheologist, lecturer

 

Rob A. Okun, US American publisher and editor of Voice Male Magazine, executive director of the Men’s Resource Center for Change, activist and chronicler the profeminist men’s movement

 

Ben Abba, US American security consultant, remote reviewer, longevity researcher, author

 

Grigorij Petrowitsch Grabovoj, Russian researcher in projects Noosfera and SIGOR

 

Mark Merriman, M.D. US American anesthesiologist

 

Antony Flew (1923-2010) British philosopher of religion, recoverd atheist

 

William Arthur Ward (1921-1994) US American writer

 

Aaron Antonovsky (1923-1994) US-amerikanischer Professor der Medizinsoziologie, Vater der Salutogenese

 

Edward T. Hall (1914-2009) US American anthropologist, cross-cultural researcher, developer of the concept of social cohesion

 

Stendhal (1783-1842) französischer Schriftsteller
Stendhal (1783-1842) 19th-century French writer

 

Erich Kästner (1899-1974) deutscher Schriftsteller

 

Paul Shepard (1925-1996) US-amerikanischer Umweltschützer, Autor über Tiefenökologie
Paul Shepard (1925-1996) US American environmentalist, author on deep ecology ("Pleistocene paradigm")

 

Hans Jürgen Eysenck, Ph.D. (1916-1997) German-British professor of psychology, University of London, researcher on intelligence and personality types
Learning Theory and Behavior Therapy. In Behavior Therapy and the Neuroses, Pergamon Press, 1960
Decline and Fall of the Freudian Empire, Viking, 1985
Prof. Hans Eysenck (1916-1997) deutsch-britischer Professor für Psychologie, Typenforscher
Sigmund Freud. Niedergang und Ende der Psychoanalyse, List, München, 1985

 

Tobias Brocher (1917-1998) deutscher Professor für Sozialpsychologie, Frankfurt /M. und Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1962-1970), Psychoanalytiker, Leiter der Akademie für Psychotherapie in Stuttgart, stellvertretender Direktor des Sigmund-Freund-Instituts in Frankfurt
Von der Schwierigkeit zu lieben, Kreuz-Verlag, 12. Auflage 2002

 

Michael Ende (1929-1995) deutscher Schriftsteller
Momo. oder Die seltsame Geschichte von den Zeit-Dieben und von dem Kind, das den Menschen die gestohlene Zeit zurückbrachte, Märchenroman, K. Thienemann Verlag, 1973, Piper, München, November 2010

 

Simon Parkes (*1960) British councillor, Illuminati insider, mind control experiencer, activist, counselor, futurist
Simon Parkes (*1960) britischer ehemaliger Labour Stadtrat, Illuminati-Insider, Aufklärer zum Thema Bewusstseinskontrolle, Whistleblower-Aktivist, Futurist, Berater

 

George M. Lamsa (1892-1975) Assyrian native Aramaic speaker, translator of the Aramaic Peshitta Old and New Testaments into English, author
George M. Lamsa (1892-1975) assyrischer Bibelübersetzer aus dem Aramäischen ins Englische, Schriftsteller

 

Erhard Blanck (*1942) deutscher Heilpraktiker, Maler, Schriftsteller

 

Johannes Rau (1931-2006) deutscher Politiker, achter Bundespräsident der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (1999-2004)

 

Volker Dietzel (*1955) deutscher Regisseur, Autor

 

André Brie (*1950) deutscher Politiker (Die Linke), inoffizieller Mitarbeiter der DDR-Staatssicherheit, Mitglied des Europäischen Parlaments (1999-2009)

 

Laura Knight-Jadczyk (*1952) US American alternative multidisciplinary researcher, medium, author

 

Laura Kipnis, Ph.D. (*1956) US American professor of media studies, Northwestern University, cultural and media critic, video artist, author

 

Robert M. Schoch, Ph.D. (*1957) US American professor of geology and geophysics, associate professor of natural science, College of General Studies, Boston University, developer of the Sphinx water erosion hypothesis
Forgotten Civilization. The Role of Solar Outbursts in our Past and Future, Inner Traditions, 1st edition 22. August 2012

 

Timothy Leary (1920-1996) US-amerikanischer Psychologe, Protagonist für die Erforschung psychedelischer Drogen, CIA-Agent, Autor
Timothy Leary (1920-1996) US American psychologist, influential figure of the 60s counterculture, advocate for research of psychedelic drugs, CIA agent, writer
counterculture phrase in the 1960s: Turn on, tune in, drop out. [LoC 180], opening speech, press conference, New York City, 19. September 1966

 

Ralph Metzner, Ph.D. (*1936) German US American psychologist, psychedelic researcher with Timothy Leary and Richard Alpert in the early 1960s, Harvard University, writer

 

Jill Tarter (*1944) US American astronomer, director of the Center for SETI Research

 

Stephen Dinan, US American CEO of The Shift Network

 

Richard Moss, richardmoss.com US American visionary thinker, teacher, author on transformation, awareness and self-healing

 

Manetho

 

TLoC S. 220 (Chart: Calibrations of the Great Books of the Western World)


William Harvey [LoC 470]
Christian Huygens [LoC 465]
James Boswell, 9th Laird of Auchinleck [LoC 460] (1740-1795) Scottish lawyer, biographer of Samuel Johnson, diarist, author
Herman Melville [LoC 460]
William Gilbert [LoC 450]
Aristophanes [LoC 445]
Edward Gibbon [LoC 445]
Nicomachus of Gerasa [LoC 435]
Ptolemy [LoC 435]
Ptolemäus [LoC 435]
Laurence Sterne [LoC 430]
Antoine Laurent Lavoisier [LoC 425]
Apollonius [LoC 420]
Thukydides [BW 420] (460-395 v. Chr.) griechischer Historiker, Schriftsteller
Thucydides [LoC 420] (460-395 BC) Greek historian, author
History of the Peloponnesian War
Lucretius [LoC 420] (99-~55 BC) Roman philosopher, poet
Lukrez [Titus Lucretius Carus] (99-~55 v. Chr.) römischer Philosoph, Dichter
Michael Faraday [LoC 415]
Jean Baptiste Joseph Fourier [LoC 405]
Charles Fourier ?

 

Ward Churchill [Below LoC 200] TLoC S. 226
Harris Mirkin [Below LoC 200] TLoC S. 226

 

Akhenaten [LoC 220] TvF 264
Echnaton [LoC 220] TvF 264

 

Gebrüder Orville und Wilbur Wright

 

Sarah Kay

 

Ken Hudgins, US American author

 

Gary Smalley, US American family counselor, president and founder of the Smalley Relationship Center, author of books on family relationships from a Christian perspective

 

Wilhelm Weischedel (1905-1975) deutscher Philosoph
Philosophische Grenzgänge, Kohlhammer, 1967

 

Francis Crick (1916-2004) English molecular biologist, co-discoverer (with James Watson) of the double helix structure of the gene [LoC 440], 1953, Nobel laureate in medicine, 1962
Francis Crick (1916-2004) englischer Molekularbiologe, Entdecker des räumlichen DNS-Doppelhelix-Modells [BW 440] des Gens mit James Watson, 1953, Nobelpreisträger für Medizin, 1962

 

Robert O. Becker, Ph.D. (1923-2008) US American orthopedic surgeon, researcher in electrophysiology/electromedicine, Upstate Medical Center in State University of New York, Syracuse and Veterans Administration Hospital, Syracuse, New York
The Body Electric. Electromagnetism And The Foundation Of Life, William Morrow Paperbacks, 22. Juli 1998
pioneer in the field of regeneration and its relationship to electrical currents in living things, challenges the established mechanistic understanding of the body

 

Great Books of the Western World
Great Books of the Western World [LoC 468] single package of originally 54 volumes of books to present the western canon, published by Encyclopædia Britannica Inc., 1952
compiled by Mortimer Adler (1902-2001) US American philosopher of the Aristotelian and Thomistic traditions, educator, author

 

Dr. Dr. Annica Dahlström (*1941) schwedische Ärztin Genderforscherin, Universität von Göteborg
Dr. Dr. Annica Dahlström (*1941) Swedish physician, professor emerita of histology and neuroscience, Gothenburg University

 

Great White Brotherhood [LoC 560+/-] Theosophical spiritual community known as Ascended Masters
Große Weiße Bruderschaft [BW 560+/-] theosophische spirituelle Gemeinschaft von so genannten Aufgestiegenen Meistern

 

White Plum Asanga [LoC 505] Zen school in the Hakuyu Taizan Maezumi lineage, founded by Japanese Zen Buddhist teacher Taizan Maezumi [LoC 505]

 

Judith Horstman, US American professor of journalism, Fulbright scholar, author

 

Barbara Annis, US American expert on gender intelligence, leadership, and cultural intelligence

 

Vera F. Birkenbihl (1946-2011) deutsche Psychologin, Managementtrainerin, Sachbuchautorin

 

Hordur Torfason (*1945) Icelandic persecuted non grata human rights and democracy activist, leader of the Iceland political revolution, homosexual actor, singer, songwriter,

 

Prof. Dr. Manfred Spitzer (*1958) deutscher Professor für Psychiatrie und Neurodidaktik, Psychiatrische Universitätsklinik, Ulm, Psychologe, Autor

 

Vint Cerf [Father of the Internet] (*1943) US American computer scientist

 

Mooji (*1954) Jamaican satsang teacher, lineage holder of Indian guru

 

Sri Poonja-Ji HWI [Poonjaji, Papaji] [BW 370/520] (1910-1997) indischer hinduistischer spiritueller Advaita Vedanta-Lehrer, Schüler von Ramana Maharshi
Sri H. W. L. Poonja [Poonjaji, Papaji] [LoC 370/520] (1910-1997) Indian Hindu teacher of the Advaita Vedanta and Bhakti traditions, disciple of Ramana Maharishi?, nephew of Swami Rama Tirtha

 

Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell [LoC 525] (1857-1941) British lieutenant-general in the British Army, authoritarian imperialist, appropriating "founder" and Chief Scout of the international Scout Movement [LoC 450], writer
Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell, 1. Baron Baden-Powell OM, GCMG, GCVO, KCB [BW 525] (1857-1941) britischer Kavallerie-Offizier, autoritärer Imperialist, vereinnahmender "Gründer" der internationalen Pfadfinderbewegung [BW 450], Autor

 

 

ACTORS, SINGERS

 

, narrated by Morgan Freeman (*1937) US American actor, narrator, producer

 

Bob Dylan [Work LoC 500] (*1941) US American singer-songwriter, painter, poet, lyricist, Nobel laureate in literature, 2016
Bob Dylan [Werk BW 500] (*1941) US-amerikanischer Rocksänger, Liedermacher, Maler, Dichter, Lyiker, Nobelpreisträger in Literatur, 2016

 

George Harrison [Werk BW 540] (1943-2001) englischer Musiker, Songschreiber, Sänger, Bandmitglied der Beatles [BW 460]
George Harrison [Work LoC 540] (1943-2001) English musician, singer-songwriter, member of the British music band The Beatles [LoC 460]

 

John Lennon (1940-1980) English musician, singer-songwriter, founding member of the British music band The Beatles [LoC 460]
song Imagine
Yoko Ono (*1933) Japanese peace activist, multimedia artist, singer

 

Pablo Picasso [Werke BW 365] (1881-1973) spanischer Maler, Grafiker, Bildhauer
Pablo Picasso [Works LoC 365] (1881-1973) Spanish painter, graphic artist, sculptor

 

M. C. Escher (1898-1972) niederländischer Künstler, Grafiker
M. C. Escher (1898-1972) Dutch graphic artist

 

Ivan Shishkin (1831-1898) Russian landscape painter

 

Francisco Goya (1746-1828)

 

Andrea Mantegna (1431-1506) Italian painter, student of Roman archeology

 

Caspar David Friedrich (1774-1840) 19th-century German Romantic landscape painter
Caspar David Friedrich (1774-1840) bedeutendster deutscher Maler und Zeichner der deutschen Früh-Romantik

 

Emma Watson (*1990) British actress, model, activist

 

Carrie Fisher (1956-2016) US American actress, novelist, screenwriter, lecturer
autobiography Wishful Drinking, 2008

 

Wellesley Tudor Pole O.B.E. (1884-1968) British spiritualist, early British Bahá'í, working on behalf of Winston Churchill

 

Janis Joplin [Musik BW 495] (1943-1970) US-amerikanische MKUltra bewusstseinskontrollierte Sängerin, Liedermacherin, Tänzerin, Musikarrangeurin
Janis Joplin [Music LoC 495] (1943-1970) US American MKUltra mind-controlled singer, songwriter, painter, dancer, music arranger

 

Gabriel Barylli (*1957) österreichischer Schriftsteller, Schauspieler, Regisseur

 

Louis Armstrong [BW 590] (1901-1971) US-amerikanischer Jazztrompeter, Jazzsänger

 

Chris Rea (*1951) italienisch-irisch-gebürtiger britischer Bluessänger, Musiker, Komponist, Gitarrist, besiegte Bauchspeicheldrüsenkrebs mit 50-%iger Überlebenschance nach einer Duodenopankreatektomie, 2001
Chris Rea (*1951) British Blues singer, musician, survivor of a severe pancreatitis, was predicted a 50% chance of survival after an operation (pancreaticoduodenectomy) in 2001

 

Tom Bender, US American architect, visionary thinker of the green architecture and sustainability movements, strategic planner, feng-shui practitioner, editor, writer

 

Karl Valentin [Valentin Ludwig Fey] (1882-1948) deutscher Komiker, Volkssänger, Filmproduzent, Autor

 

Margaret Young (1891-1969) US American singer, comedienne
Margaret Young (1891-1969) US-amerikanische Sängerin, Komikerin

 

Barry Manilow, US-amerikanischer Sänger

 

Johnny Cash [BW 504] (1932-2003) US-amerikanischer Countrysänger
Johnny Cash [LoC 504] (1932-2003) US American Country singer

 

Nat King Cole [BW 470] (1919-1965) US-amerikanischer Sänger, Pianist und Jazzmusiker

 

Hector Berlioz (1803-1869) französischer Komponist, Musikkritiker

 

Giacomo Puccini [BW 550] (1858-1924) italienischer Komponist

 

Neil Peart (*1952) Canadian musician, drummer of the rock band Rush, author

 

Mendelson Joe (*1944) Canadian mixed-media artist, singer-songwriter, guitarist, painter, outspoken political activist, railer, raconteur
Alien. The Strange Life and Times of Mendelson Joe, 2000

 

Marian Anderson (1897-1993) US African-American contralto, celebrated singer of the twentieth century, first black person to perform at the Metropolitan Opera, New York City

 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [Werk BW 540] (1756-1791) österreichischer Komponist zur Zeit der Wiener Klassik
Oper in zwei Aufzügen Zauberflöte, Wien, 30. September 1791
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [Works LoC 540] (1756-1791) influential Austrian composer of the Classical era

 

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky [Works LoC 550] (1840-1893) influential Russian composer
Peter Ilitsch Tschaikowsky [Werk BW 550] (1840-1893) bedeutender russischer Komponist

 

Richard Wagner (1813-1883) German composer, conductor, theater director, polemicist, playwright, writer
Wilhelm Richard Wagner (1813- 883) deutscher Komponist, Dirigent, Theaterregisseur, Dramatiker, Schriftsteller

 

Malwida Freiin von Meysenbug (*1816-1903) deutsche politisch Aktive, Förderin von Friedrich Nietzsche und Richard Wagner, Schriftstellerin

 

Arvo Pärt (*1935) estnischer klassischer Komponist, Komponist zeitgenössischer Musik, zitiert in Harenberg Komponistenlexikon, Mannheim, 2004
Arvo Pärt (*1935) Estonian classical composer, prominent living composers of sacred music

 

Miles Davis (1926-1991) US American jazz musician, trumpeter, composer, bandleader

 

Johann Sebastian Bach [Work LoC 530] (1685-1750) influential German composer, organist, harpsichordist, violist of the Baroque Period
Johann Sebastian Bach [Werk BW 530] (1685-1750) bedeutender deutscher Musiker, Komponist, Orgel- und Klaviervirtuose des Barock

 

Henri Matisse [Henri Émile Benoît Matisse] [Work LoC 525] (1869-1954) französischer Maler, Grafiker, Zeichner, Bildhauer
Henri Matisse [Henri Émile Benoît Matisse] [Werk BW 525] (1869-1954) French artist, painter, draughtsman, printmaker, sculptor

 

Ludwig van Beethoven [Werk BW 510] (1770-1827) deutscher Komponist, Pianist
Ludwig van Beethoven [Works LoC 510] (1770-1827) German composer, pianist

 

George Frideric Handel [Works LoC 510] (1685-1759) German-British Baroque composer of operas, oratorios, anthems and organ concertos
Georg Friedrich Händel [Werk BW 510] (1685-1759) deutsch-britischer Barock-Komponist von 42 Opern und 25 Oratorien

 

Alfred Brendel (*1931) Czech Austrian pianist

 

Frédéric Chopin [Werk BW 500] (1810-1849) bedeutender Polnisch-französischer Pianist, Klavierkomponist
Frédéric Chopin [Work LoC 500] (1810-1849) Polish-French composer, virtuoso pianist, masters of Romantic music

 

Dieter Hildebrandt (1927-2013) deutscher Kabarettist, Schauspieler, Buchautor

 

Ernst Stankovski (*1928) österreichischer Schauspieler, Regisseur, Quizmaster, Chansonnier, Kabarettist

 

Hildegard Knef (1925-2002) deutsche Schauspielerin

 

Hape Kerkeling (*1964) deutscher Entertainer, Komiker, Moderator, Schauspieler, Sänger, Synchronsprecher, Autor
Ich bin dann mal weg, 22. Mai 2006

 

Dolly Parton (*1946) US American country singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, actress, philanthropist, author
Dolly Parton (*1946) US-amerikanische Country-Sängerin, Songschreiberin, Schauspielerin, Philanthropin, Autorin

 

Loretta Graziano Breuning, Ph.D., US American professor emerita of International Management, California State University, East Bay, founder of the Inner Mammal Institute
Beyond Cynical. Transcend Your Mammalian Negativity, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2. September 2013

 

Joanne Woodward (*1930) US American actress, film producer

 

Molière (1622-1673) French playwright, actor, the greatest masters, comedy in Western literature
Molière (1622-1673) französischer Schauspieler, Theaterdirektor, Dramatiker
Der Geizige, 1668

 

Liza Donnelly, American cartoonist at the US magazine The New Yorker since 1982

 

James Thurber (1894-1961) US American cartoonist, wit, author

 

Sophia Loren (*1934) italienische Filmschauspielerin
Sophia Loren (*1934) world class Italian actress

 

Hanna Schygulla (*1943) deutsche Schauspielerin, Sängerin

 

Theo Lingen (1903-1978) deutscher Schauspieler, Regisseur, Buchautor

 

Vicco von Bülow [Loriot] (1923-2011) deutscher Humorist, Karikaturist, Regisseur, Schauspieler, Bühnen- und Kostümbildner

 

Til Schweiger (*1963) deutscher Schauspieler, Drehbuchautor, Regisseur, Filmroduzent

 

André Heller (*1947) österreichischer Chansonnier, Aktionskünstler, Kulturmanager, Autor, Schauspieler

 

Sigourney Weaver (*1949) US-amerikanische Schauspielerin, weiblicher Actionstar

 

Gino Cervi (1901-1974) italienischer Filmschauspieler

 

Elvis Presley [BW 430] (1935-1977) US-amerikanischer Sänger, Schauspieler
Elvis Presley [LoC 430] (1935-1977) US American singer, actor

 

Malachy McCourt (*1931) Irish-American politician, actor, writer

 

Clint Eastwood (*1930) US American film actor, director, producer, composer, politician
movie Magnum Force
Clint Eastwood (*1930) US-amerikanischer Filmschauspieler, Filmregisseur und -produzent, Komponist, Politiker

 

David Bowie [David Robert Jones] (1947-2016) English popular musician, actor, record producer and arranger
David Bowie [David Robert Jones] (1947-2016) britischer Popmusiksänger, Musiker, Schauspieler, Musikproduzent und -arrangeur

 

David Lukoff, Ph.D., US American professor of clinical psychology, Loyola University of Chicago, Sofia University

 

Michael Jackson ['King of Pop'] (1958-2009) US American singer-songwriter, musician, recording artist, entertainer, dancer, philanthropist

 

George Carlin (1937-2008) controversial US American stand-up comedian, social critic, actor, author
George Carlin (1937-2008) umstrittener US-amerikanischer stand-up comedian, Gesellschaftskritiker, Schauspieler, Autor

 

Woody Allen (*1935) US-amerikanischer Filmregisseur, Schauspieler, Musiker, Komiker, Autor
Woody Allen (*1935) US American director, actor, comedian, jazz musician, screenwriter, playwright, author

 

Dustin Hoffman

 

JP Sears (*1981) US-American life coach, internet comedian

 

Arnold Schwarzenegger [Mr. Universe] (*1947) Austrian-American 38th governor of California (2003-2011), former professional bodybuilder, actor, model, businessman

 

Bill Cosby (*1937) US American comedian, actor, activist, educator, television producer, author

 

Konstantin Wecker (*1947) deutscher Musiker, Liedermacher, Komponist, Schauspieler, Autor

 

Alfred Hitchcock

 

Frank Sinatra

 

Hannity and Colmes [Program LoC 460] TvF 113

 

Donald Trump (*1946) US American business magnate, television personality, politician, 45th US president
Donald Trump (*1946) US-amerikanischer Unternehmer, TV-Persönlichkeit, Politiker, Politiker, 45. US-Präsident

 

Graf Folke Bernadotte

 

Richard de Martino

 

Xavier Naidoo (*1971) deutscher Soul- und R&B-Sänger, Gründungsmitglied der deutschen Musikgruppe Söhne Mannheims, Mitinitiator und Dozent an der Mannheimer Popakademie

 

Steven Wright (*1955) US American comedian, actor, writer

 

Edward Bellamy (1850-1898) US American socialist, author
Looking Backward. 2000-1887, utopian science fiction novel, Houghton Mifflin, 1888

 

Ingrid Bergmann (1915-1982) schwedische Schauspielerin
Ingrid Bergmann (1915-1982) Swedish actress

 

Jon Stewart (*1962) US American political satirist, actor, media critic, television host, stand-up comedian of The Daily Show, writer

 

Fox Mulder, fictional character in the TV series The X-Files
Fox Mulder, Filmfigur aus der US-amerikanischen TV-Serie Akte X

 

Lily Tomlin [LoC 460] (*1939) American actress, comedian, producer, writer
Lily Tomlin [BW 460] (*1939) US-amerikanische Schauspielerin, Kömodiantin, Produzentin, Schriftstellerin

 

Nicolas Cage (*1964) US American actor, producer, director

 

Ringo Starr (*1940) English musician, drummer for the Beatles [LoC 460], actor

 

Frank Crane (1873-1948) US American stage and film actor, director
Frank Crane (1873-1948) US-amerikanischer Bühnen- und Filmschauspieler, Filmregisseur

 

Robert Powell [LoC 575] (*1944) English television and film actor, famous for his title role in the TV miniseries Jesus of Nazareth, 1977
Robert Powell [BW 575] (*1944) britischer Fernseh- und Filmschauspieler, berühmt für die Titelrolle in der Bibelverfilmung Jesus of Nazareth, 1977

 

Christopher Reeve (1952-2004) US American actor, film director, producer, activist, screenwriter, author

 

Charlie Chaplin (1889-1977) englischstämmiger US-amerikanischer Schauspieler, Filmregisseur
Charlie Chaplin (1889-1977) English-born US American comedic actor, director

 

David Lynch (*1946) US American filmmaker, television director, visual artist, comic book artist, musician, occasional actor

 

Peter Alexander (1926-2011) österreichischer Sänger, Schauspieler

 

Pablo Casals (1876-1973) spanischer Cellist, Komponist, Dirigent

 

Bobby Goldsboro (*1941) US American pop and country singer-songwriter

 

Charlie Chaplin (1889-1977) englischstämmiger US-amerikanischer Schauspieler, Filmregisseur
Charlie Chaplin (1889-1977) English-born US American comedic actor, director

 

Ken Burns (*1953) US American film director, producer of documentary films

 

David Letterman

 

Jerry Seinfeld (*1954) US American stand-up comedian, actor, writer, television and film producer

 

Tippi Hedren (*1930) US American actress, former fashion model

 

Anne Hathaway (*1982) US American actress

 

Sidney Poitier (*1927) Bahamian American actor, film director, diplomat, author
The Measure of a Man. A Spiritual Autobiography, Oprah's Book Club, Harper San Francisco, 26. January 2007

 

Jimi Hendrix (1942-1970) US American guitarist, singer-songwriter

 

Sting (*1951) English musician, singer-songwriter, activist, philanthropist, actor

 

Jeff Bridges (*1949) US American actor, musician, Academy Award winner for best actor for his role in the drama film Crazy Heart, 2009

 

Bill Maher (*1956) US American stand-up comedian, satirist, actor, political commentator, television host, author

 

Sir Peter Ustinov (1921-2004) britischer Schauspieler, Regisseur, Komiker, Dramatiker, Schriftsteller
Achtung! Vorurteile, Hoffmann und Campe, 1. Auflage 10. Februar 2003
Sir Peter Ustinov (1921-2004) British actor, writer, director, comedian, dramatist, writer

 

Martin Scorsese (*1942) US American film historian, film director, screenwriter, producer, actor, non-profit organization founder of The Film Foundation, 1990

 

Douglas Fairbanks (1883-1939) US American actor, screenwriter, director, producer

 

Humphrey Bogart (1899-1957) US American actor, regarded as a cultural icon
Humphrey Bogart (1899-1957) US-amerikanischer Schauspieler, Kulturikone

 

Bing Crosby (1903-1977) US American singer, actor, golf lover

 

Daphne Merkin (*1954) US American literary critic, essayist, novelist, battling with depression

 

Patty Duke (1946-2016) US American actress, diagnosed with bipolar disorder [manic depression] in 1982, educator on mental health issues

 

Britney Spears (*1981) US American recording artist, entertainer

 

Bono [Paul David Hewson] (*1960) Irish singer (rock band U2), musician, venture capitalist, humanitarian

 

Werner Herzog (*1942) German film director, producer, screenwriter, actor, opera director

 

Jay Leno (*1950) US American comedian, actor, voice actor, producer, television host, writer
Jay Leno (*1950) US-amerikanischer Komiker, Fernsehmoderator

 

Jürgen von der Lippe (*1948) deutscher Fernsehmoderator, Entertainer, Schauspieler, Komiker, und Monika Cleves

 

Norman Mailer (1923-2007) US American political candidate, film maker, actor, journalist, essayist, playwright, novelist
Norman Mailer (1923-2007) US-amerikanischer politischer Kandidat, Journalist, Filmemacher, Schauspieler, Schriftsteller

 

Darryl F. Zanuck [Social impact LoC 425] (1902-1979) US American producer, director, major Hollywood studio executive, actor, writer     TVF 111

 

Stephen Colbert (*1964) US American satirist, comedian on The Daily Show and The Colbert Report, starting in 2005, actor, writer

 

Jesse Ventura (*1951) US American politician, 38th governor of Minnesota (1999-2003), veteran, wrestler, actor, author

 

Nathan Lee Chasing His Horse (*1976) US American actor, Lakota spiritual leader, member of the Rosebud Lakota Sioux Nation

 

Douglas Rushkoff (*1961) US American media theorist, writer, columnist, lecturer, graphic novelist, documentarian
Douglas Rushkoff (*1961) US-amerikanischer Medientheoretiker, Kolumnist, Referent, Autor, Dokumentarfilmer

 

Bon Jovi, US American rock band, Sayreville, New Jersey

 

Paul Simon (*1941) US American singer-songwriter, guitarist, poet
Garfunkel

 

Sharon Stone (*1958) US American actress, film producer, former fashion model

 

Carol Leifer (*1956) US American stand-up comedian, film producer, actress, writer

 

Cheri Oteri (*1962) US American comic actress, cast member on Saturday Night Live (1995-2000)

 

Joan Crawford (1905-1977) US-amerikanische Filmschauspielerin

 

Gino Cervi (1901-1974) italienischer Filmschauspieler

 

Audrey Hepburn (1929-1993) britisch-niederländische Schauspielerin, UNICEF-Sonderbotschafterin
Audrey Hepburn (1929-1993) British-Dutch actress, humanitarian, special ambassador for UNICEF
Music video of My Fair Lady, 1964

 

Rex Harrison (1908-1990) British actor

 

Judy Collins (*1939) US American social activist, folk and standards singer, songwriter

 

Katharine Hepburn (1907-2003) US American actress of film, stage, and television
middle-aged spinster, US American movie The African Queen, 1951

 

Susan Boyle [LoC 550] (*1961) Scottish singer
Susan Boyle [BW 550] (*1961) schottische Sängerin

 

Steven Spielberg (*1946) US American film director
Steven Spielberg (*1946) US-amerikanischer Filmregisseur

 

Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962) US American actress, singer, (presidential) model
Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962) US-amerikanische Schauspielerin, Sängerin, Modell

 

Andy Rooney (1919-2011) US American radio and television writer

 

Lee Grant (*1927) US American actress

 

Sandra Bullock (*1964) US American actress, movie producer

 

Nat King Cole [BW 470] (1919-1965) US-amerikanischer Sänger, Pianist und Jazzmusiker

 

Janis Joplin [Musik BW 495]

 

Carlos Santana [Musik BW 515]

 

Kate Bush (*1958) britische Sängerin, Pianistin, Songwriterin
Kate Bush (*1958) British singer, pianist, songwriter

 

Liza Minnelli

 

Kevin Costner

 

Walt Disney (1901-1966) US American business magnate in the animation industry, cartoonist, producer, director, screenwriter, voice actor, 33rd degree Freemason

 

Filmfigur Jedi-Meister Yoda in dem US-amerikanischen Film wp:Krieg_der_SterneKrieg der Sterne, produziert von 20th Century Fox, 1977
character Jedi master, Yoda in the US American movie Star Wars, produced by 20th Century Fox, 1977

 

Dean Martin

 

James Stewart

 

Dolly Parton

 

Grace Kelly

 

Robert Koch
Robert Koch

 

Max Scheler

 

Herbert Wehner, SPD-Politiker

 

Alexander Roda Roda (1872-1945) österreichischer Publizist, Schriftsteller

 

Diderod

 

The Beatles

 

Peter Tchaikovsky

 

Johnny Carson [LoC 480] (unconfirmed)

 

Aenne Perl, deutsche Aphoristikerin

 

Elvis Presley [BW 430] (1935-1977) US-amerikanischer Sänger, Schauspieler

 

Anthony Hopkins (*1937) Welsh actor of film, stage, and television, composer

 

Jim Collins, Ph.D. (*1965) US American professor of biomedical engineering, Boston University, investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), author

 

Deepak Malhorta, Ph.D., US American professor of business administration, Harvard Business School

 

Morten T. Hansen, Ph.D., US American management professor, University of California, Berkeley, INSEAD, France

 

Jeffrey Ford, Ph.D., US American professor of management, Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University

 

Adam Grant, Ph.D. (*1981) US American professor of organizational psychology, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, author

 

Chris Anderson (*1961) US American entrepreneur, editor-in-chief, author

 

Susan Scott, US American leadership development architect, public speaker, author

 

Jane Fonda (*1937) Academy Award-winning US American actress, political activist, philanthropist, speaker, author
Jane Fonda (*1937) US-amerikanische Schauspielerin, zweifache Oscar-Preisträgerin, politische Aktivistin, Philanthropin, Referentin, Autorin

 

Hall & Oates, US American musical duo

 

Bob Marley (1945-1981) Jamaican singer-songwriter, musician

 

Alec Baldwin III (*1958) US American actor

 

Tina Turner (*1939) US American singer, actress

 

Groucho Marx (1890-1977) US American comedian, entertainer, actor
Groucho Marx (1890-1977) US-amerikanischer Komödiant, Entertainer, Schauspieler

 

Roseanne Barr (*1952) US American actress, comedienne, television producer, director, 2012 presidential nominee of the California-based Peace and Freedom Party, writer

 

Anthony Zerbe (*1936) US American stage, film and Emmy-winning television actor, Omega Man

 

Helen Roberta Ossana, US American publisher and editor of Dream Network

 

Brigitte Bardot (*1934) former French actress singer, animal rights activist, fashion model, bestknown sex-symbol of the 1960s
Brigitte Bardot (*1934) französische Filmschauspielerin, Sängerin, Tierschutzaktivistin

 

Will Smith (*1968) US American producer, rapper, actor, CHILD ABUSER

 

Marlon Brando (1924-2004) US-amerikanischer Aktivist, Filmregisseur, Schauspieler
Der Pate, Film-Trilogie, 1972
Marlon Brando (1924-2004) US American activist, film director, actor

 

Hans Clarin (1929-2005) deutscher Schauspieler, Synchronsprecher

 

Kirk Douglas

 

Axel von Ambesser (1910-1988) deutscher Schauspieler, Filmregisseur, Autor

 

Ella Fitzgerald [First Lady of Song] [Work LoC 465] (1917-1996) US American jazz and song vocalist

 

Elizabeth Taylor

 

Shirley MacLaine (*1934) US American film and theater actress, singer, dancer, activist, author
Shirley MacLaine (*1934) US-amerikanische Film- und Theaterschauspielerin, Sängerin, Tänzerin, Aktivistin, Autorin

 

Barbra Streisand
Barbra Streisand (*1942) US-amerikanische Sängerin, Schauspielerin, Musicalschauspielerin

 

Volker Pispers (*1958) deutscher politischer Kabarettist

 

Harry Belafonte

 

Bruce Lee

 

Meryl Streep (*1949) US-amerikanische Schauspielerin
Film Adaption
Meryl Streep (*1949) US American award winning actress
movie Adaptation, 2002

 

 

Filmfiguren

Goldfinger (1964) third spy, movie of the James Bond film series

 

COMMENTATORS / EXPERTS of I AM documentary by Tom Shadyac

HeartMath Institute  [LoC 455/460] nonprofit research and education organization for reducing stress, self-regulating emotions and building energy, Boulder Creek, California, 1991

Field Notes on the Compassionate Life. A Search for the Soul of Kindness, Rodale Books, 1st edition 10. March 2005

  • John Francis [Planetwalker] (*1946) US American environmentalist
  • Daniel Quinn (*1935) US American environmentalist, recipient of the Turner Tomorrow Fellowship Award, 1991, writer

novel 'Ishmael
The Story of B, 1996

  • Ray Anderson (1934-2011) US American founder and chairman of Interface Inc., eminent manufacturer of modular carpets
  • Howard Zinn [LoC 200] (1922-2010)
  • Noam Chomsky [LoC 135-185] (*1928)
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