Dr. Diane Hennacy Powell, M.D. will discuss her latest research results with autistic children who are reportedly telepathic. This will include a discussion of her collaboration with Jeff Tarrant, PhD, who is helping to brain map both members of the telepathic pair using qEEG. Learning more about the telepathic abilities of autistic children could provide tremendous insight into the nature of consciousness.
I want to learn about telepathy
I want to learn about autism
I want to learn about the nature of the mind and consciousness
Robert Ginsberg, Co-Founder and Vice President at Forever Family Foundation
In an effort to further the research of “afterlife science” and offer support to those who have lost loved ones, Bob co-founded Forever Family Foundation in 2004. This global not-for-profit organization works with scientists, researchers, medical doctors and mediums, who provide evidence that our minds can act independently of our brains and consciousness survives physical death. Bob is currently the vice-president of Forever Family Foundation, directs their medium evaluation certification process, hosts the Signs of Life radio show, and is the editor of Signs of Life magazine.
Diane Hennacy Powell, MD, Medical doctor, Researcher at Diane Hennacy Powell, MD
Diane Powell, M.D. is an author, public speaker, researcher and practicing psychiatrist. She has spoken in venues that vary from international scientific conferences to news and talk shows, including Dr. Phil. Her education has been both broad and deep. She feels honored to have trained and worked with some of the best minds of the century, including several Nobel laureates. She received her medical training at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and was taught by giants in their fields. As she delved deeply into science, it became increasingly apparent that our model for the brain and human consciousness was seriously flawed and incomplete. She chose to continue her research in the private sector and served as the Director of Research for the John E. Mack Institute (JEMI) after John, a former colleague at Harvard, passed in 2004. Her research interests included the neuroscience of extraordinary states of human consciousness and anomalous experiences. This is discussed in detail in her 2008 book The ESP Enigma: A Scientific Case for Psychic Phenomena. She continues to do cutting edge research involving telepathy, autism, and consciousness. www.dianehennacypowell.com