Spiritual Science


This new philosophy of a magic-oriented society, for which the psyche is an integral part of everyday life, conceives the Universe and all forms of life as a unitary whole (oneness), in which every action and every thought affects every part of the Universe. This philosophy finds spirit in every aspect of life; it believes that the species of our planet are undergoing a greater evolutionary change than that of each of us, a change inspired and generated by Mother Nature: Earth-Geea. From the perspective of the holographic philosophy, according to which the whole is present in each part and the action of any part necessarily influences the whole, it depends on each individual to change his lifestyle, depending on the needs of the planet. Emphasis is placed on the beliefs of each individual, every day and at any time, on the spiritual awareness of the interdependence of all phenomena at all levels of existence. (Serena Rouney Dougal – in her famous book „Where Science and Magic Meet”)

Spiritual Science is the deep, integrative and holistic knowledge of the laws of the Universe to reach that higher level at which the duality between material and spiritual laws disappears, and makes the transition to the unity of perception (oneness) through the unified study of life and cosmic evolution of everything we can perceive from universal existence.

Isaac Newton’s materialist and mechanical model has dominated for centuries the view of the Western world that we live in a mechanical universe of distinct particles of matter that interact according to precise physical laws and exist in objective dimensions of space and time. After the appearance of Einstein’s works and the paradigm of quantum physics, this mechanical vision gradually faded, being gradually replaced by a more spiritual science.

This appears as a third alternative, a spiritual vision of reality, superior to both conventional science and religion. Spiritual science builds on the old materialist science new integrative higher levels.

Mankind over time has been constantly preoccupied with spiritual science as an evolutionary path, both in the secular and religious traditions. Spiritual science has been adapted to the psychological profile of the people or peoples to whom it has been transmitted. In each case and in any of the religions or spiritual paths, knowledge began with cosmogony, which presented the evolution of the cosmos and the role of people in the Universe.

With the advent of classical science, sec. XVII, in Europe there is a separation, a separation between science and spirituality, which led to a much slower evolution of mankind.

„Ever since the rise of modern science in 17th century Europe, science and spirituality have been estranged. This has been worse than unfortunate because science and spirituality are major parts of human experience, and it won’t do to have them perennially at odds with each other. So one of the mega thought-memes of modern history has been trying to harmonize these two dimensions of experience that so powerfully influence our lives. The challenge is how to integrate them and do justice to the best they have to offer while being wary of the worst as well. Much of modern thought has struggled to make the divided soul of Western humanity whole and to reintegrate a broken human identity.” (Book Review: „Spiritual Science: Why Science Needs Spirituality to Make Sense of the World” by Steve Taylor, author  Michael Grosso)

Science has given mankind the first simple answers related to the laws of nature and the universe, which being then applied in the respective societies have generated their evolution and progress for the better. From non-religious ways (yoga, veda, samkya, Taoism, Shintoism, Native American and Indo-European shamanism) to which are added the various practices: feng-shui, vaastu, astrology, numerology, Kabbalah, etc., through various schools (Pythagoras, Aristotle’s high school, Plato’s Academy), through various social doctrines, classical materialist sciences (which present only a part of reality) or modern avant-garde sciences (quantum medicine, biology of faith, transpersonal psychology, biodynamic agriculture, quantum physics, resonance physics of Haramein, the applications of Keshe, Laszlo Erwin or David Wilcock.) All these present ways that have been shared with mankind to know the laws of nature and the Universe and to attune to the divine personal and collective plan.

The great challenge of the modern world is to achieve a harmonization between the two branches of human existence, between modern science and spiritual science, to achieve an integration between them to prepare humanity for the great leap of evolution.

We are here to contribute to this goal !



Man needs for certainty in feeling, for the rigorous development of the will, a knowledge of the spiritual world. Although he can feel the grandeur, the beauty, the wisdom of the natural world in the widest way, it does not give him any answer to the question of his own being. (Rudolf Steiner)

  1. Angela Vasiu (former Professor, Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca)
  2. Traian Stănciulescu (Professor, Alexandru I. Cuza University,  Iași)
  3. Aurelian Burcu (Researcher, Professor, Institute for Human and Community Development, Cluj-Napoca)
  4. Crina Vereș (Researcher and Practitioner, Institute for Human and Community Development, Cluj-Napoca)
  5. Ion Mânzat (Professor, Roumanian Association of Transpersonal Pshychology)
  6. Ionel Mohîrță (Professor, University of Bucharest)
  7. Seba Chi (Researcher and Practitioner, Institute for Human and Community Development, Cluj-Napoca)
  8. Anca Munteanu (Professor, University of Timișoara)
  9. Dafina Suciu (Researcher and Practitioner, Institute for Human and Community Development, Cluj-Napoca)
  10. Iulian Negulescu (Lecturer, University of Bucharest)
  11. Matei Georgescu (Professor, Roumanian Association of Transpersonal Pshychology)
  12. Victor Vizauer (Researcher, Roumanian Academy, Institute of History, Cluj-Napoca)
  13. Mariana Mânzat (Lecturer, Roumanian Association of Transpersonal Pshychology)
  14. Radu Lucian Alexandru (Independent Researcher and Writer)
  15. Ela Balaj (Researcher and Practitioner, Institute for Human and Community Development, Cluj-Napoca)
  16. Christian Dikol (Independent Researcher and Writer)
  17. Mira Dikol (Independent Researcher and Writer)
  18. Adela Haru (Independent Researcher, Practitioner and Writer)
  19. Adrian Bucurescu (Independent Researcher and Writer)
  20. Eugen Lozovan (Independent Researcher and Writer)


„How can the divine Oneness be seen? In beautiful forms, breathtaking wonders, awe-inspiring miracles? The Tao is not obliged to present itself in this way. If you are willing to be lived by it, you will see it everywhere, even in the most ordinary things.”  (Lao Tzu)

  1. Rudolf Steiner
  2. David Wilcock
  3. Nassim Haramein
  4. Fritjof Capra
  5. Scarlat Demetrescu
  6. Adam Ramon
  7. Ervin Laszlo
  8. Allan Kardeck
  9. Max Heindell
  10. Charles Einstein
  11. Merhan Keshe
  12. Alvin Toffler
  13. Herman Maynard
  14. Helena Blavatski
  15. Bogdan Petriceicu Hașdeu
  16. Petre Densușianu
  17. Arthur Powell
  18. Annie Besant
  19. C.W. Leadbeater
  20. Manly P. Hall
  21. Michael Talbot
  22. Jaques Attali
  23. Ken Wilber
  24. Neale Donald Walsch
  25. Jose Arguelles
  26. Gregg Braden
  27. Ian Wicherink
  28. John Major Jenkins
  29. Carl John Calleman
  30. John Petersen
  31. Jeoff Stray
  32. Daniel Pinchbeck
  33. Petter Russell
  34. Daniel Winter
  35. Drunvalo Melchizedek
  36. Richard Hoagland
  37. Barbara Marx Hubbard
  38. James O’Dea
  39. Robert K. Sitler
  40. Llevelllyn Vaughan-Lee
  41. Richard Boylan
  42. Patrick Geryl
  43. P. Kaznacheev
  44. Abraham Maslow
  45. Bill McGuire
  46. Pakal Votan
  47. James L. Forberg
  48. Terence Mc. Kenna
  49. Deepak Chopra
  50. Ervin Lazlo
  51. Michael Drosnin
  52. Antony Robins
  53. Joel Barker
  54. Neville Goddard
  55. Moira Timms
  56. Marilyn Ferguson
  57. Helene Schucman
  58. Michael Sharp
  59. Steve Taylor
  60. Doreen Virtue
  61. Carroll Lee
  62. Suzanne Ward

And the list goes on and on…


For those who are awake the cosmos is one. (Heraclitus)

The list below is not intended to be quantitative, but contains only some of the university professors, scientists, and practitioners who have launched new sciences and theories that will change the way we perceive the world around us. It is a select and short list of pioneers who had the courage to face public and academic disapproval and to research, study and explain the reality in which we live in a different way from the classical one.

Although their theories are either publicly denied, rejected, or partially accepted, there are already secret applications in various fields, such as military, psychological, or energy.

Free energy:

  1. Michael Faraday
  2. James Clerk Maxwell
  3. Nikola Tesla
  4. Tom Bearden
  5. Jean Louis Naudin
  6. James A. Patterson
  7. Viktor Schauberger
  8. John Hutchinson
  9. Steven Greer
  10. Nikolai Kozyrev
  11. Olivier Heaviside – eliminated the scalar part of Maxwell’s theories

String theory:

  1. Edward Witten
  2. Brian Greene
  3. Steven Weinberg

The auric time scale:

  1. Ray Tomas
  2. Nikolai Kozyrev
  3. Serghei V Smelyakov
  4. Yuri Karpenco
  5. Geoff Stray
  6. Jose Arguelles
  7. Terrence McKenna
  8. Denis McKenna
  9. John Major Jenkins
  10. Will Hart


  1. Maurice Chatelain
  2. Robert P. Kirshner
  3. Joseph Silk
  4. David Wilcock – wilcock’s constant
  5. Simon E Shnoll
  6. Alexey Dimitriev
  7. Nikolai Kozyrev

Morphogenetic field theory :

  1. Rupert Sheldrake

Quantum body and shamanic techniques :

  1. Deepak Chopra

DNA – Shamanism – Biophotons:

  1. Fritz Popp – is the one who discovered the body’s photon emission
  2. Stuart Hamerhoff
  3. Alexander Gurvich
  4. David W. Deamer
  5. Pyotr Garjajev
  6. Vladimir Poponin
  7. Cleve Backster
  8. Fred Hoyle
  9. Simon Conway Morris
  10. Bruce Lipton
  11. Michael Behe
  12. Amit Goswami
  13. McKena – RES
  14. Francis Crick
  15. Rick Strassman
  16. Robert Wesson
  17. Frank Kamenetskii
  18. Luis Eduardo Luna
  19. Michael Harner
  20. Jean Pierre Chaumeil
  21. Graznya Fosar
  22. Franz Bludorf
  23. Doc Lew Childre
  24. Rollin McCraty
  25. Glen Rein
  26. Vladimir Poponin
  27. Sam Chang
  28. Adnan Mussaelian
  29. Gregory L. Little
  30. Piotr Gariaev
  31. Grazyna Gosar, Franz Bludorg
  32. Nancy Ann Tappe

Intelligent design theory:

  1. Michael Behe ​​- the founder of “intelligent design theory”
  2. Amit Goswami
  3. Bruce Lipton
  4. Fred Hoyle
  5. Simon Conway Morris
  6. John Kearns

Quantum / holographic memory – Quantum / holographic brain:

  1. Wilder Pinfield
  2. Karl Pribram
  3. Stuart Hamerhoff / Hameroff
  4. Roger Penrose
  5. Fritz Popp
  6. William Tiller
  7. maharishi Mahesh
  8. Deepak Chopra
  9. Russel Targ
  10. Harold Pithoff
  11. Karl Lashley
  12. Edgar Mitchell – Institute of Noetic Sciences
  13. David Bohm – universe holographic theory
  14. Walter Schempp – theory memories in physical vacuum

Holographic universe:

  1. David Bohm
  2. Karl Pribram

Quantum physics:

  1. Roger Penrose
  2. Paul La Violette
  3. David Thomson – Quantum Ether Dynamics Institute
  4. Jimm Bourassa
  5. David Bohm
  6. Amit Goswami
  7. Manfred Clynes
  8. Daniel Winter – Heart Coherence Team, Heart Tuner
  9. Erwin Schrodinger
  10. Fritjof Capra – author of “The Tao of physics”


  1. Kirti Betai
  2. Mark Lehner
  3. Cristopher Dunn
  4. Bruce Cathy
  5. Jean Martineau
  6. Peter Lemusier
  7. Don Elkins
  8. Carla Rueckert

Torsion/scalar wave:

  1. Nikola Tesla
  2. Nikolai Kozyrev
  3. David Wilcock
  4. Eli Cartan
  5. Tom Bearden
  6. Harold Aspden
  7. William Tiller
  8. Dankachov
  9. Milo Wolf
  10. Paul La Violette
  11. Manfred Clynes
  12. Ervin Laszlo

Earth grid:

  1. Winfried Otto Schumann
  2. Ivan P. Sanderson
  3. Nikolai Goncharov
  4. Vyacheslav Morozov
  5. Valery Makarov
  6. William Becker
  7. Bethe Hagens
  8. Saskia Bosman
  9. Carl Munck
  10. Alexander Golod
  11. Kirti Betai – Daya Dhaar Self Care Centre
  12. James Lovelock
  13. Will Hart – earthquakes
  14. David Wilcock

Ether fields:

  1. Clerk Maxwell
  2. Albert Michaelson
  3. Edward Morley
  4. Michaelson Morley
  5. Milo Wolff
  6. Geoff Haselhurst
  7. William Clifford
  8. David Wilcock
  9. Belousov Zhabotinski
  10. David Thompson
  11. Jim Bourassa

Zero point field:

  1. Harold Puthoff
  2. John Wheeler
  3. Richard Feynman
  4. Tom Bearden
  5. James A. Patterson
  6. Viktor Schauberger
  7. Willis Lamb
  8. Jose Arguelles
  9. Terrence McKenna
  10. Simon E. Shnoll
  11. David Wilcock
  12. Alexey Dimitriev
  13. Will Hart
  14. Paul La Violette
  15. John Major Jenkins
  16. Lynn Mctaggert
  17. Jean Louis Naudin
  18. Olivier Heaviside
  19. John Hutchinson
  20. Steven Greer – disclosure project


  1. Angelika Gebhart Sayer
  2. Francis Huxley
  3. Hans Jenny
  4. Buckminster Fuller
  5. Ashmolean Museum
  6. Pythagoras
  7. Daniel Winter
  8. Charles Leadbeater
  9. Annie Besant
  10. David Thomson

Sacred geometry:

  1. Robert Lawlor
  2. Bruce Rawles
  3. Drunvalo Melchizedek
  4. Richard Hoagland
  5. David Wilcock
  6. Charles Leadbeter
  7. Annie Besant
  8. Robert P. Kirshner
  9. Robert J. Moon

New experiments:

  1. Russel Targ – telepathic transmission
  2. Harold Puthoff
  3. Jacobo Zylberbaum
  4. Tom Bearden
  5. V. Nachalov
  6. Ervin Laszlo
  7. Daniel Winter

The birth of the Universe:

  1. William Tiller
  2. Ervin Laszlo – integral system theory
  3. Richard Dawkins
  4. Ray Tomes – harmonics
  5. Maurice Chatelain
  6. Tom Bearden
  7. Nikolai koyzrev
  8. SV Snelyakov
  9. Karpenko
  10. Harold Aspden


  1. Deepak Chopra
  2. Robert John
  3. Amit Goswami
  4. David Bohm
  5. Grinberg-Zylberbaum
  6. Roger Penrose
  7. Masuru Emoto
  8. Jacques Beneviste
  9. Glen Rein – Sound energy research
  10. William Tiller
  11. David Schweitzer
  12. Ervin Laszlo

The journey of the soul:

  1. Terril Wilson
  2. Michael Newton
  3. Robert A. Monroe
  4. Ian Stevenson
  5. Alexandra David Neel
  6. Ivor James
  7. Ravindra Kumar
  8. Sir Fred Hoyle

And so on…