My plate is full in terms of speaking appearances and workshops across the globe for the rest of this year. I just returned from the 2019 Conference of the Society for Scientific Exploration, where I gave a talk about what ames scientific evidence scientific (surprisingly, as far as I can tell no such list has ever been offered). Stay tuned–once the SSE uploads the video of my talk I will let you know.
Next on the list is my upcoming talk at the annual convention of the Parapsychological Association (this year in Paris, France). Join me July 4-6, 2019 for my talk “What’s in a Name? A Lot, Actually.” Go to this link for further info and to register.
Immediately following the convention (June 7, 2019) Dr. Dean Radin, lead scientist for the Institute of Noetic Sciences and I will both be giving workshops in Paris for IRIS Intuition on the topic of “Exploring the Frontiers of Consciousness” (“Explorez les Frontières de la Conscience”). If you are in Paris and are conversant in either English or French, you can sign up to attend here.
There follows some remote viewing classes (see updated course schedule here), and then September 20-22, 2019 I will be one of the keynote speakers for the 43rd Annual International Conference of the Society for Psychical Research in Leicester, England. My topic is “A Brief Introduction to Remote Viewing: An overview of remote viewing – its history, applications, results, and the science behind it.”
Finally, I will be in Boulder, Colorado on November 15, 2019 to give two presentations. One for the local chapter of the Society for Scientific Exploration, and one later in the evening at the University of Colorado for Boulder Expo, an event organized by noted UFO journalist Paola Harris. I’ll publish more details of those events later.