Apollo 14 Edgar Mitchell Joins KESE' Board of Advisors
NEWSFLASH:On January 20th, Apollo 4 Astronaut EdgarMitchell joined KESE's Board of Advisers. We are deeply honored to welcome him on our Team.
From his Apollo 14 mission in 1971 as Lunar Module Pilot and sixth man to walk on the moon, Edgar Dean Mitchell retired from the U.S. Navy in 1972 to redirect his focus from “outer space” to “inner space.” He founded the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) in 1973 to explore the mysterious workings of consciousness, a reality we all know exists, yet that eludes adequate mainstream scientific definition. His intent was not only to establish scientific methods of research to uncover underlying principles, but also to find methods to apply appropriate efforts toward the sustainability of our fragile “Spaceship Earth.”
Dr. Mitchell’s extraordinary career personifies humankind’s irresistible urge to widen its horizons along with our basic human desire to explore the inner workings of the mind. More recently, his attention has gravitated to the Quantum Hologram and efforts toward collaborating with leading scientists around the world for additional consciousness studies and to explore methods to extract and utilize Zero Point Energy.
In memory of Dr. Mitchell.