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Who is Stephan A Schwartz?
Books:   
Opening to the Infinite: The Art & Science of Nonlocal Awareness (Nemoseen, 2007);
Mind Rover: Explorations with Remote Viewing (Nemoseen Press, 2001);
The Alexandria Project, (Delacorte: New York, 1983) (revised and reissued, (The Author’s Guild: New York, 2000));
The Secret Vaults of Time, (Grosset & Dunlap: New York, 1978) (revised and reissued, (The Author’s Guild: New York 2000) (Selected for The Classics of Consciousness Series, edited by Russell Targ. Hampton Roads: Charlottesville, 2005)
Book Chapters:   
 
World History (McGraw Hill: New York, 2001); Hot Chocolate for the Mystical Soul (Plume/Penguin: New York, 1998); Introduction to Creativity (Copley: New York, 1994); Stories from Omni, (Little Brown: New York, 1984).
Book Introductions and Prefaces:
 
One White Crow by George McMullen (Hampton Roads: Norfolk, 1993); The Psychic Detective by Cohn Wilson (Mercury: San Francisco, 1984).
Film, Video, DVDs and CDs:
 
Remote Viewing: The Gold Standard Course (producer and writer, Nemoseen Media, 2004)
Remote Viewing Through Time and Space (producer and writer, Nemoseen Media, 2004)
Traveling Through Time and Space (producer and writer, 2004)
Remote Viewing (producer, writer, and narrator, Nemoseen Media, 2003)
Before the Beginning (producer, writer, and narrator, Nemoseen Media, 2003)
Healing (producer, writer, and narrator, Nemoseen Media, 2003)
2050 (producer, writer, and narrator, Nemoseen Media, 2003)
Reflections on Vatican II (PBS Special, Advisory Board, Leech Communications, 1998);
Mind Over Matter (MCA/Universal series, executive producer and writer, Clearlight Productions, 1991);
Interspecies Communications (MCA/Universal, executive producer and writer, Clearlight Productions, 1991);
Crop Circles (MCA/Universal, executive producer and writer, Clearlight Productions, 1991);
Psychic Detectives (MCA/Universal, executive producer and writer, Clearlight Productions, 1991);
Healing (MCA/Universal, executive producer and writer, Clearlight Productions, 1991);
Psychic Detectives (ABC network prime time special, executive producer and writer, Clearlight Productions, 1989);
The Alexandria Project (documentary, expedition leader, executive producer and writer, Labrys Productions, 1979);
Project Deep Quest (syndicated series, expedition leader, producer and writer, Alan Landsburg Productions, 1977).
Conversations at the Smithsonian: Innovation, Technology and the Future (three-part series, writer and host, Smithsonian Institution, 1973);
National Treasures (documentary, writer, USIA Productions, 1972);
It’s a Small World (documentary, writer, USIA Productions, 1971); and,
Master of the House (feature, co-writer, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1965).
General Circulation Articles (newspapers and magazines):    
 
American Heritage, Attaché, Harpers, Intuition, Kindred Spirit (U.K.), New Age Journal, Omni, Seapower, Shift, Smithsonian, The Daily Press, The New York Times, The Times-Herald, The,Virginian-Pilot, The Washington Post, The Washington Star, Venture Inward
Government writing (speeches and articles) for:
 
Admiral Elmo Zumwalt, Chief of Naval Operations,
Admiral James Holloway, Chief of Naval Operations,
Richard M. Nixon,
James Schlesinger, Secretary of Defense, and
John Warner, as Secretary of the Navy and as Chairman of the Bicentennial Commission.
Peer-reviewed Journals, Proceedings, and Technical Reports:  
 
Schwartz, S. Deep Quest: An Experiment in Deep Ocean Psychic Archaeology and Distant Viewing. Invited Paper. Annual Meetings of the Southwestern Anthropology Association/ the Association for Transpersonal Anthropology. March 1978.

Schwartz, S. Associated Remote Viewing: A Protocol for Using Remote Viewing for Event Prediction. Annual Meetings of the Southwestern Anthropology Association/ Association for Transpersonal Anthropology. April 1979.

Schwartz, S. Project Deep Quest: A Prototype Experiment in the Application of Intuitively Derived Data in Marine Archaeology. Invited Paper. American Society for Psychical Research. January 1979.

Schwartz, S. The Use of Intuitionally Derived Data in Archaeological Fieldwork. Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Anthropological Association/Association for Transpersonal Anthropology, 10 March 1980.

Schwartz, S. with Side-scan Sonar Survey by Harold E. Edgerton. A Preliminary Survey of the Eastern Harbour, Alexandria, Egypt Combining Both Technological and Extended Sensing Exploration. Annual Meetings of the Society for Underwater Archaeology. 11 January 1980.

Schwartz, S. The Ecuador Project: Remote Viewing in the Location and Reconstruction of a Pre-Columbian Site in Ecuador. Mobius Technical Report, 1980.

Schwartz, S. The Marea Probe: An Experiment in Applied Parapsychology involving the Location, Reconstruction, and Excavation of a Byzantine Structure - Marea, Egypt. Invited Paper. Annual Meetings of The American Research Center in Egypt. De Young Museum. 14 April 1980.

Schwartz, S. A Case Study of Intuitive Remote Sensing in Archaeological Seriation. Annual Meetings of the Southwestern Anthropology Association/ Association for Transpersonal Anthropology. 14 April 1980.

Schwartz, S. A Field Methodology for Collecting and Evaluating the Psychic Readings of Shamans and Fortune Tellers, Including a Case Study with Precognitive Aspects. Annual Meetings of the Southwestern Anthropology Association/the Association for Transpersonal Anthropology. April 1981.

Schwartz, S. Preliminary Report on a Prototype Applied Parapsychological Methodology for Utilization in Archaeology, with a Case Report. Research in Parapsychology 1981, Eds. William G. Roll, Robert L Morris, and Rhea White (Scarecrow: Metuchen, N.J. & London, 1982). pp. 25-27.

Schwartz, S. with De Mattei, R.J. The Mobius Psi-Q Test: Preliminary Findings (RB). Research in Parapsychology 1982, Eds. William G. Roll, John Beloff, and Rhea White (Scarecrow: Metuchen, N.J. & London, 1983). pp. 103-105.

Schwartz, S. The Past is Prologue: The Exploration of a New Context for Parapsychology. Research in Parapsychology 1982, Eds. William G. Roll, John Beloff, and Rhea White (Scarecrow: Metuchen, N.J. & London, 1983). pp. 256-257.

Schwartz, S. Applied and Laboratory Psi Research. Research in Parapsychology 1984, Eds. Rhea White and Jerry Solfvin (Scarecrow: Metuchen, N.J. & London, 1985). p. 122.

Schwartz, S. First Steps in Application Methodologies for Parapsychology. Invited Paper. Proceedings: Symposium on Applications of Anomalous Phenomena. 30 November - 1 December 1983.

Schwartz, S. Hidden Agendas in Parapsychology. Research in Parapsychology 1984, Eds. Rhea White and Jerry Solfvin. (Scarecrow: Metuchen, N.J. & London, 1985). pp. 104-105.

Schwartz, S. with De Mattei, R., and Schlitz, M. The Pecos Project: Reconstruction of Life in a Southwestern Indian Village Along the Lower Pecos River, Circa 8th Century A.D. American Anthropology Association Annual Meetings 1984.

Schwartz, S. Remote Viewing: An Applications-Oriented Perspective for Anthropology. Invited Paper in A Summary of Data and Theories from Parapsychology Relevant to Psychological Anthropology. 84th Annual Meeting American Anthropology Association. 1985.
Schwartz, S. Applications of Remote Viewing: Two Cases in Archaeology. Invited paper. Institute for Theoretical Problems (Moscow). 1986

Schwartz, S. De Mattei,R., Brame, E. and Spottiswoode, J. Infrared Spectra Alteration in Water Proximate to the Palms of Therapeutic Practitioners. Research in Parapsychology 1986, Eds. Debra H. Weiner and Roger D. Nelson. (Scarecrow: Metuchen, N.J. & London, 1987,). pp. 24-29.

Schwartz, S. and De Mattei, R. The Caravel Project. Research in Parapsychology 1987, Eds. Debra H. Weiner and Roger D. Nelson. (Scarecrow: Metuchen, N.J. & London, 1988). pp. 100-101.

Schwartz, S. De Mattei,R., Brame, E. and Spottiswoode, J. Infrared Spectra Alteration in Water Proximate to the Palms of Therapeutic Practitioners. Invited Paper. Annual Meetings of the Society for Scientific Exploration 1987.

Schwartz, S. and De Mattei, R. with independent archaeological evaluation by Roger Smith, (Institute for Nautical Archaeology) Remote Viewing and the Search for Columbus' Los Caravels. Conference on Underwater Archaeology/Society of Historic Archaeology Annual Meetings 1987.

Schwartz, S. De Mattei,R., Brame, E. and Spottiswoode, J. Infrared Spectra Alteration in Water Proximate to the Palms of Therapeutic Practitioners. Proceedings. Annual Meetings of The Association of American Chemical Societies. 1988.

Schwartz, S. De Mattei, R., Brame, E. and Spottiswoode, J. Infrared Spectra Alteration in Water Proximate to the Palms of Therapeutic Practitioners. Invited paper. Popov Institute (Moscow) 1989.

Schwartz, S. and De Mattei, R. The Discovery of an American Brig: Fieldwork Involving Applied Archaeological Remote Viewing. Research in Parapsychology 1988, Eds. Linda A. Henkel and Rick E. Berger. (Scarecrow: Metuchen, N.J. & London, 1989). pp. 73-78.

Schwartz, S. and De Mattei, R. The Discovery of an American Brig: Fieldwork Involving Applied Archaeological Remote Viewing, Including a Comparison with Side Scan Sonar and Satellite Imagery. Proceedings. Conference on Underwater Archaeology/Society of Historic Archaeology Annual Meetings. 1989

Schwartz, S. Therapeutic Intent and the Art of Observation. Subtle Energies. Vol. 1. No. 1 pp. ii-viii. 1990.

Schwartz, S. De Mattei, R., Brame, E. and Spottiswoode, J. Infrared Spectra Alteration in Water Proximate to the Palms of Therapeutic Practitioners. Subtle Energies. vol. 1. no.1. pp 43-73. 1990.

Schwartz, S. "The Challenge and the Promise of Anomalous Research." Subtle Energies. vol. 1 no. 2 1990. pp.iv-x.

Schwartz,S. "Kuhn, Context, and Revolution." Subtle Energies. vol. 1 no 3. 1991. pp iv-ix.

Schwartz, S. The New Covenant Process: America's Opportunity to Establish a Critical Consensus for the 90s and Beyond. In Blueprint for Presidential Transition. Section. IV - Citizen Participation and Public Consensus. (The Blue Print for Presidential Transition Project: Los Angeles, 30 October 1992). An edited version appeared under the same title in The New Paradigm Digest. Vol. 1. No. 4. Winter 1992. pp. 63-64.

Schwartz, S. Anomalous Research and Strategies for Change. Invited Paper. Proceedings. TREAT VI Conference. March 1993

Schwartz, S. Intuition and Creativity. Invited paper. Proceedings of the Global Intuition Network Conference at the East-West Center. May 1994.

Schwartz, S. A Soldier in the Sensoid Wars: Observations From 25 Years on Both Sides of the Battlefield. Media and Science Panel. Proceedings. Annual Meetings of the Parapsychology Association, 1996.

Schwartz, S. NIH and the Harkin Directive: Subtle Energies and Social Policy." Proceedings. Annual Meetings of the Society for the Anthropology of Consciousness. 1997.

Schwartz, S. The Eastern Harbor of Alexandria, Egypt: A 16 Year Case Study in Science, the Media, and the Anomalous. Invited paper. 16th Annual Meeting of the Society for Scientific Exploration. 1997.

Schwartz, S. Effect of retroactive intercessory prayer. Correspondents showed misapprehension of principle. BMJ. 2002 Apr 27;324(7344):1038. PMID: 11977264

Schwartz, S. Remote Viewing: The History of an Idea. Invited paper. 22nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Scientific Exploration, 2003.

Schwartz, S. The Realm of the Will. Explore (NY). 2005 May;1(3):198-207. PMID: 16781531.

Schwartz, S. The Blind Protocol and its Place in Consciousness Research. Explore (NY). 2005 Jul;1(4):284-9. PMID: 16781550.

Schwartz, S. An American Profile. Explore (NY). 2005 Sep;1(5):338-9. PMID: 16781563.

Schwartz, S. Death on the Wing. Explore (NY). 2005 Nov;1(6):433-6. PMID: 16781587.

Schwartz, S. A Chinese Puzzle. Explore (NY). 2006 Jan;2(1):17-8. PMID: 16781603.

Schwartz, S. Homo Superiorus. Explore (NY). 2006 Mar;2(2):106-8. PMID: 16781623.

Schwartz, S. A Different Kind of Woman. Explore (NY). 2006 May;2(3):198-9. PMID: 16781641.

Schwartz, S. The Hot and Cold of Success. Explore (NY). 2006 Jul-Aug;2(4):302-3. PMID: 16846817.

Schwartz, S. A Soldier in the Sensoid Wars. Explore (NY). 2006 Sep-Oct;2(5):394-8. PMID: 16979101.

Schwartz, S. Disease of Distinction. Explore (NY). 2006 Nov-Dec;2(6):515-9. PMID: 17113492.

Schwartz, S. Where were you? Explore (NY). 2006 Nov-Dec;2(6):486-7. PMID: 17113488

Schwartz, S. Water...Water... Hot and Salty. Explore (NY). 2007 Jan-Feb;3(1):11-2. PMID: 17234562.

Schwartz, S. And Nary a Drop to Drink. Explore (NY). 2007 Mar-Apr;3(2):95-7. PMID: 17362844.

Schwartz, S. The Governator and the New States Rights. Explore (NY). 2007 July/August 2007, Vol. 3, No. 4.
 

General Circulation Editorships and Staff Writing:  
 
Editor - www.SchwartzReport.net Associate Editor, Seapower Magazine, Editorial staff member, The National Geographic Magazine, Staff Reporter, The Daily Press , Staff Reporter, The Times-Herald; and, Contributing Writer, The Virginian-Pilot. Editorial Advisory Board, Intuition Magazine
Scholarly Editorships:     
 
Editor-in-Chief Subtle Energies (Journal of the International Society for Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine);
Editorial Advisory Board of Phoenix: New Directions in the Study of Man (Journal of the Association for Transpersonal Anthropology).
Columnist and Contributing Editor , Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing
Expeditions:   
 
• Grand Bahamas Banks, Project Leader and Research Director (1987-88), location of the Brig Leander and 18 other wreck sites; • Jamaica, Team leader, Institute for Nautical Archaeology expedition (1985), survey of St. Ann’s Bay. • Lake Erie (1984), location of the cargo vessel Dean Richmond. • Alexandria, Egypt, Project Leader and Research Director (1979-80), resulted in the first modern mapping of the Eastern Harbour of Alexandria, and the location of numerous shipwrecks covering many centuries, as well as the Emporium and the Timonium, Mark Antony’s palace in Alexandria, the Ptolemaic Palace Complex of Cleopatra, the remains of the Lighthouse of Pharos, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, and a major civic building in the nearby buried city of Marea; • Santa Catalina Island off the coast of California (1977), location of a previously unknown coaster cargo vessel;
Government Appointments:  
 
Special Assistant for Research and Analysis to the Chief of Naval Operations under Admirals Zumwalt and Holloway (Certificate of Commendation) (1971-1975);
Consultant to the Oceanographer of the Navy (1973-76);
Member, The Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Secretary of Defense Discussion Group on Innovation, Technology and Society (1971-1975).
Academic and Research Appointments:  
 
BIAL Fundacao Fellow (2006 to present);
Research Associate, Cognitive Sciences Laboratory of the Laboratories for Fundamental Research (1997 to present);
Senior Advisor and Director of Research, The Rhine Research Center (2005 to 2006);
Public Spokesperson, Parapsychological Association (1996 to present);
Chairman and Research Director of The Mobius Society, (1977-1992);
Visiting Professor at John F. Kennedy University (1981-1983);
Senior Fellow of the Philosophical Research Society (1976-1979).
Memberships:
 
Past-President and founding member of The Society for the Anthropology of Consciousness (a unit of the American Anthropology Association);
Member of the Board of Directors of The Russian American Center;
Member of the Board of Director and Spokesperson of the Parapsychological Association;
Founding member, Director, and Past-president, International Remote Viewing Association;
Member of the Board of Directors of The World Children’s Transplant Foundation (presently inactive);
Member of The Author’s Guild;
Member of WGA West. (inactive);
Member American Anthropology Association;
Member American Association for the Advancement of Science;
Member PEN Center America.
 
Personal:
 
Marriage (widower):
Hayden Oliver (Gates).
Two daughters, Katherine and Lea, a step-daughter.
 

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