Suzanne Price

Suzanne Price is a visionary thinker, cultural anthropologist, independent researcher, writer, and professional presenter. In 2007 a long-time interest in Nikola Tesla’s work inspired her to research and develop an interpretive, consciousness model of how energy works that explore the quantum links between science and universal spirituality. She believes the past is the key to the future through a greater understanding of the way energy works. Suzanne received her B.A. from the University of Wyoming and M.A. from Tulane University in New Orleans. Ms. Price has previously presented her work at the SSE and BoulderEXO in Boulder; PRF in Denver, Future Energy Research and Teslatech Extraordinary Technology Conferences; and other forums.

The Great Pyramid: Advanced Energy Technology? Updates Suggest a Paradigm Shift

Sept 8, 2020

Planetary history is not necessarily what we have been led to believe. The purpose of the Great Pyramid, the last remaining monument of the seven wonders of the ancient world, may be far different from the one currently promoted by authorities of antiquity. The evidence suggests a paradigm shift in our view of predynastic Egyptians and similar ancient cultures.

Understanding Afterlife Communication: A Personal and Scientific Perspective with Suzanne Price

Nov 18, 2022

Suzanne’s husband died unexpectedly following surgery in the summer of 2020. Afterwards she began to receive various types of communications from him, both physical and subtle. Because of her spiritual and science training, she was able to better interpret, understand and respond to these communications.

Stephen Hatch

Stephen Hatch trained with Father Thomas Keating in the 1980s and has lived acontemplative life ever since. His life work is discovering and practicing the connection between Nature and contemplation. Stephen teaches two Christian Mysticism courses at Naropa University and is the author of “The Contemplative John Muir: Spiritual Quotations from the Great American Naturalist” (2012), and “Wilderness Mysticism: A Contemplative Christian Tradition” (2018). He was interviewed in the recent film: “The Unruly Mystic: John Muir&quot”; (2019). Stephen lives in Fort Collins and hikes, camps and backpacks whenever he can.

The Wilderness Mysticism of John Muir with Author and Educator Stephen Hatch

May 20, 2020

John Muir (1838-1914) is best known for his work in preserving the great natural areas of America.  He was an explorer, botanist, geologist, storyteller, and a founder of the Sierra Club.

Falling in Love with the World: An Introduction to Christian Mysticism with Stephen Hatch.

March 13, 2020

The presentation will focus on the lessons and insights that Stephen Hatch has gleaned through forty years of living as a “worldly monk” with a family.