Author, lecturer and independent researcher, Steven Myers has studied the Great Pyramid for over twenty years to understand how this ancient wonder of the world was built and why. His research included traveling to Egypt to conduct extensive onsite research at the Giza Plateau.
Steven Myers has written numerous magazine articles and given many lectures on the subject of the Great Pyramid. Compiling his research into two books which provide a comprehensive and detailed explanation of how the Great Pyramid was built and why. He has also founded a nonprofit foundation dedicated in understanding how and why the Great Pyramid was built. The mission of this foundation is to redevelop these ancient but advanced technologies to help our modern but troubled world.
J.M. DeBord began studying and interpreting dreams two decades ago, and now one of his personal dreams comes true with the publication of Dreams 1-2-3: Remember, Interpret, and Live Your Dreams, a groundbreaking book that makes dreams understandable for everyone and shows how they can be used for your benefit.
Dr. Joseph Gallenberger is a clinical psychologist with thirty years’ experience as a therapist. In 1992 be began to investigate psychokinesis (PK) which is the ability to influence matter through non-physical means. PK can be used to illuminate light bulbs, bend metal and plastic, sprout seeds in your hand, influence computers, dice and slot machines, and create healing and abundance – all just using the power of your mind.
Amy Vickers came on board the Starchild Project in 2004. Having been a student of archeology at university in Australia, a webmaster and a surgical assistant for a dental surgeon, she was immediately taken by the meaning of the Starchild skull and joined the team, where she now oversees and maintains much of the entire operation. She was present for many of the turning points, including the cutting of the bone which revealed the fibers woven into the matrix of the skull itself.