Edgar D. Mitchell, ScD

1930 - 2016

Terri with Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell, ScD, 2011 inductee honoree in the Leonardo da Vinci Society for the Study of Thinking

During his 1971 Space Mission, Edgar became the 6th man to walk on the Moon. On his return from the moon, Edgar experienced an epiphany of consciousness, knowing that we are all connected, that we are all One. He founded the Institute of Noetic Sciences to study the connection between science and religion and healing and consciousness.

As a pacifist and a promoter of ETI reality, he later founded Quantrek, now closed. He and his science team researched the application of the quantum hologram as well as zero point energy, the most powerful, cleanest, cheapest, safest, most ubiquitous form of energy for the planet. ZPE will power cars, trains, planes, sea-going vessels, space ships, as well as our homes and buildings.

Edgar defines Zero Point Energy as:

  1. ZPE is the ultimate energy source from which all matter derives.  We will learn to utilize it in due course as the ultimate source of energy for all the needs of a civilization.
  2. Most likely, the use of ZPE depends upon our better understanding of the role of neutrinos. Because zero point energy is not generally understood in physics to be primarily related to consciousness matters relating to intention and awareness; and believed by some to manifest in certain neutrinos, Edgar, Suzanne Mendelssohn and others specializing in consciousness physics, feel especially positioned to lead in the quest for ZPE as the ideal source of cheap, inexhaustible, nonpolluting energy.

With Edgar's encouragement, Suzanne Mendelssohn, PhD, Science Intuitive for Tau Neutrino Zero Point Energy, is working with other scientists to create a ZPE Movement.

Before his death on February 4, 2016, Edgar had two Zero Point Energy consultancies.

 β€œFor my entire life I have been interested in cosmology; specifically in what was the beginning of everything. ZPE (zero point energy) seems to be the basic source.”

Edgar D. Mitchell, Apollo 14 astronaut, 6th man to walk on the Moon