Impact of the New Multiverse Models on Our Ideas about the Paranormal

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This breaks many rules. Dr.  Simeon Hein, PhD delivers  new and cutting-edge findings about quantum mechanics, multiverse theory, and how they relate to our experience of paranormal phenomena. New multiverse models allow for interaction with other worlds. This creates the possibility that so-called “paranormal” is actually “normal.”  In this presentation we look at the latest multiverse theory, the “Many Interacting Worlds” (MIW) model and its impact on our understanding of many paranormal phenomena including remote viewing, channeling, ghosts, and UFO activity.

The “Many Interacting Worlds” (MIW) theory is an alternative to traditional Quantum Mechanics. The theory states that we are surrounded by a near infinite number of parallel realities that have the potential to interact with our own world. All well-known quantum effects that we see on a subatomic level are the outcome of the subtle interaction of these worlds. The interactions may sometimes manifest in our awareness and physical day-to-day reality as paranormal phenomena. In essence, in a multiverse, “paranormal” phenomena could be normal.

Speaker, Dr. Simeon Hein, PhD, Revolutionary Researcher, Author, Lecturer, Intuitive

Dr. Hein, researcher and practitioner of subtle-energy phenomenon, is devoted to the study of these sciences. Read his research and findings at, A prolific author, since the publication of Opening Minds, you can hear Dr. Heins participation in more than 300 radio and TV interviews. Dr. Hein will describe and show you the latest discoveries around the multiverse theory, and the “Many Interacting Worlds” (MIW) model. The MIW is an alternative to traditional Quantum Mechanics.

Simeon Hein received his Ph. D. in sociology from Washington State University in 1993 and is the author of Black Swan Ghosts: A sociologist encounters witnesses to unexplained aerial craft, their occupants, and other elements of our multiverse and Opening Minds: A Journey of Extraordinary Encounters, Crop Circles, and Resonance (Mount Baldy Press, Inc., 2002). His dissertation focused on the role of technology in social and economic change, specifically how technology can destroy information and interfere with natural evolutionary processes. A former sociology teacher, he now runs the non-profit Institute for Resonance in Boulder, CO and NYC: an organization he founded in 1997 that specializes in instructing people in the art of Resonant Viewing, Creative Intelligence and other subtle-energy phenomena such as crop circles.

He first learned remote viewing at the Farsight Institute in Atlanta in 1996. His blog, which is devoted to the study of subtle-energy sciences, is Since the publication of Opening Minds, Dr. Hein has participated in more than 300 radio and TV interviews. See more at–