March 16, 2011, from 19h50 to 22h30
at Centre Malesherbes Grand amphithéâtre
108 boulevard Malesherbes
On March 16th at Centre Malesherbes Grand Amphitheatre in Paris, Joe will engage in a public dialogue with writer, director and journalist, Stéphane Allix, about remote viewing and whatever other topics arise from their conversation!
Stéphane is the president and founder of INREES, an organization whose objective is to help advance knowledge about the extraordinary and often misunderstood topics, . . . (more) →
» Read the rest: Joe In Dialogue with Stéphane Allix in Paris, France
A note from the webmaster:
Dr. Edwin C. May is Director of the Laboratories for Fundamental Research and the Cognitive Sciences Laboratory, and former Director of the research projects now collectively compiled under the name STAR GATE. The majority of science research in those projects was published by Dr. May, who is also author or co-author of some of the most groundbreaking papers in psi research history.
Dr. May is going to be live in an online text . . . (more) →
» Read the rest: Dr. May live online: 9-July @9pm Eastern
I’ll be doing a one hour show on Feb 9th, I believe it will be from 3-4 PM EST, and 1 PM Pacific time. For a radio station KVMR 89.5 FM, which can also be heard at . . . (more) →
» Read the rest: Radio: 9 Feb Eastern
Just a note that both Joe and Nancy have brief online interviews tomorrow if anybody has a chance to catch them.
It’s a webcast on the show Conscious Living. The show is also on iTunes.
Nancy is on (talking about Astrology) at 4:00 P.M. Eastern, and Joe is on (talking about Remote Viewing) at 6:00 P.M. . . . (more) →
» Read the rest: Brief Interviews Wed 6/25
A quick update to let you know about the latest goings-on and about what’s coming up. . .
The week following Easter, Joe and I attended the Council Grove Conference in Kansas – the first time in over 30 years for me, having gone there with my step-father, Bob Monroe, back in the mid-70s, and Joe’s first time there. The Council Grove Conference was begun forty years ago to provide a safe place for colleagues to . . . (more) →
» Read the rest: A Quick Update!
Today January 10, 2007, is Joe’s SIXTY-FIRST birthday! Our favorite psychic Capricorn has been around for some time now eh?!
Given he’s officially died more than once (!) and come awfully close goodness knows how many other times — from hard combat to medical — I think having him around for this day is a long string of miracles… that rocks.
I’m hijacking Joe and Scooter’s blog (webmaster key!) to post a note wishing Joe a very . . . (more) →
» Read the rest: Joe’s Birthday!
I want to thank all of you who have so kindly sent your thoughtful condolences to me and the rest of the family with the loss of our step-sister, Laurie Monroe, who died on December 18th from lung cancer. Though deeply saddened that she is no longer with us, I’m relieved for her that she’s not in pain anymore and doesn’t have to struggle to breathe. We will miss her wonderful exuberance and enthusiasm for . . . (more) →
» Read the rest: Many Thanks…
A quick update on Joe’s Activities . . .
Anyone who is a subscriber to Whitley Strieber’s Unknown Country will be happy to hear that Joe’s doing an interview with Whitley for his on-line website http://www.unknowncountry.com/subscribe/. They plan to post his interview on the site by Saturday the 2nd of December 2006. The interview will last approximately 45 minutes.
For the more TV-watching inclined, Joe recently completed filming a live, double-blind demonstration for the A&E Channel, . . . (more) →
» Read the rest: A few updates
For all you late-night radio talk show listeners, Joe will be on “Coast-to-Coast” with George Noory, Nov. 1st from 11:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m. PST – which, of course, on the East Coast will be November 2nd, 2:00 a.m. – 5:00 a.m. Nothing like a little middle of the night chat, eh?!
If you want to check out the Coast to Coast website about this show, it’s at:
P.S. 11/1 – Opened . . . (more) →
» Read the rest: Joe on Coast Nov 1
The new brace on my left leg has proven itself three times in four days. I hate to say it, but if I had not been using the cane as well, I might have gone down on my face anyway. So I take back anything I might have said about doctors in the negative.
As a result of the brace I no longer unconsciously move forward, putting weight on my left foot with my toes folded . . . (more) →
» Read the rest: Walking Sticks
For some reason I’ve lost interest in food. This seems to have begun back when my back became a major pain issue, which can be attributed to drugs. But, since I no longer take the drugs, the loss of interest must be attributed to something else.
They inserted four segments of cadaver bone between what is left of the leading edges of my vertebrae (L1-L2-L3-L4 and L5.) Maybe the bone donor died of anorexia or at sometime . . . (more) →
» Read the rest: Interest in Things
There were two important things our cat friend Bing loved to do most in this world; he loved to watch the sun rise and he loved to watch the sun set. He would attain a kitty-like altered state as though worshiping the sun as it came up in the morning and when it would set in the evening. When it was cloudy or rainy, he missed it.
This morning, sometime after sunrise, he wandered down into . . . (more) →
» Read the rest: THE BINGMAN