The Author, Bio, Books
Chris H. Hardy
Bio & Published Books
Cognitive and systems scientist, PhD in psychological anthropology and ex-researcher at Princeton’s Psychophysical Research Laboratories, Chris H. Hardy has spent the last two decades investigating nonlocal consciousness and thought-provoking mind potentials. Author of more than fifty papers and about fifteen books on these subjects, she is an authority in the domain both in scientific terms and as an author and workshop facilitator.
She has developed a cognitive theory, posing a nonlocal consciousness, published in the US (Networks of meaning: A bridge between mind and matter. Westport, CT: Praeger. 1998), of which professor and author Allan Combs said: "This book may well be the first step to an entirely new and deeply human understanding of the mind."
Chris H. Hardy spends a lot of time traveling and exploring various knowledge systems and cultures, maintaining a keen interest in eastern religions, shamanism, and esoterica.
She presents regularly at various international conferences, and is a member of several scientific societies based in the US, exploring system theory, chaos theory, parapsychology, and consciousness studies.
SELECTED PUBLISHED WRITINGS
* 2017. Space Allies. (Exopolitics Sci-Fi series, 2) CreateSpace.
* 2016. Wars of the Anunnaki: Nuclear self-destruction in Ancient Sumer. Rochester, VT: Inner Traditions, Bear & Co.
* 2016. Butterfly Logic: Experimental Planet Earth. (Exopolitics Sci-Fi series) CreateSpace.
* 2015. Cosmic DNA at the Origin: A Hyperdimension before the Big Bang. The Infinite Spiral
Staircase Theory. USA: CreateSpace IPP, 2015.
* 2014. DNA of the Gods. The Anunnaki Creation of Eve and the Alien Battle for Humanity.
Rochester, VT: Inner Traditions, Bear & Co.
* 2011. The Sacred Network. Megaliths, Cathedrals, Ley lines, and the Power of Shared
Consciousness. Rochester, VT: Inner Traditions.
* 2008. Diverging Views. Terra Futura Publishing. (Printed in India.)
* 1998. Networks of Meaning: A Bridge between Mind and Matter. Ct: Praeger.
* 2016. Logique Papillon: Terre Planète Expérimentale. (Série SF exopolitique) CreateSpace.
* 2015. Réseaux énergétiques et conscience collective. Mégalithes, cathédrales, lignes telluriques. Paris: Dervy.
* 2012. La prédiction de Jung. Paris: Ed Dervy/Guy Trédaniel.
* 2008. Le Haut Chemin. Terra Futura Publishing. (Printed in India.)
* 2002. La pensée agissante. Ed. du Dauphin. Ed Violet.
* 1999. Découvrez la pensée positive. Ed. du Rocher.
* 1995. Le vécu de la transe. Ed. Du dauphin. (Lebaud 1991; Pocket 1996)
An unquenchable curiosity brought Chris H. Hardy to travel extensively to the East, Middle-East, and Africa to study the ancient paths of wisdom, while in parallel she tackled the novel scientific research on consciousness and psi (working at PRL Laboratories, in Princeton). All this led her to a PhD in cultural anthropology and several books – ranging from self-help books on visualization and positive thinking to a full-fledge theory of nonlocal consciousness (Networks of Meaning, NJ: Praeger, 1998, and La prédiction de Jung. Paris: Ed Dervy, 2012). She was the founder and president of a research association studying consciousness and mind capacities for a dozen years, started lecturing and giving workshops worldwide and since then her research took her into the new fields of consciousness studies, system theory, chaos theory. She has authored about fifty papers to date and is a member of several scientific societies based in the US; Hardy has presented papers regularly at international scientific conferences since the last 15 years.
Chris H. Hardy is or was a member of these scientific societies:
Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology and Life Science (SCTPLS);
International Society for Systems Sciences (ISSS);
Club of Budapest (Paris)
The parapsychological Association;
L’Association Française de Science des Systèmes Cybernétiques, Cognitifs et Techniques (AFSCET, Paris);
Systems Science European Union (also called UES);
Grec-B (multidisciplinary research association, Paris);
L'Association Française du Transpersonnel (Transpersonal psychology) Paris.
Scientific and Medical Network (SMN).
Mensa (US and France)