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The Alexandria Project

Schwartz, Stephan A.

 The author is Project Director of the Mobius Group—an organization dedicated to conducting scientific research into consciousness in which, by employing a team approach, both psychics and scientists, right and left brain, are used. Using this technique to solve an archaeological problem—the location of Alexander's tomb—Schwartz took a team of 22 persons to Egypt. While still in the U.S., he supplied 11 psychics with a map covering 40 square miles of the site of Alexandria. Using a technique similar to remote viewing, the psychics, working independently, pinpointed three small areas to be explored. In Egypt, the group worked with Egyptian archaeologists, following the leads provided by the psychics, as well as the on site assistance of two of the psychics, Hella Hammid and George McMullen. Their search appears to have located the main sites for further investigation, and led to making several finds not considered possible by using traditional archaeological techniques. Subsequent research was planned. The account in itself is absorbing, and as an exploration in psychic archaeology, it breaks new ground methodologically.
Publisher Information:New York: Delacorte Press/Eleanor Friede, 1983. 274p. 47 illus; Ind: 269-274
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