Terje G. Simonsen is a Norwegian Historian of Ideas and non-fiction author, specializing in the esoteric and occult. He is educated at the University of Oslo, where he also has taught introductory courses on philosophical and literary works. His dissertation on the anthroposophical journal Janus received much acclaim and was released as a book in 2001. In the prestigious series The Cultural Library and The World’s Holy Scriptures, Simonsen has published essays on I and Thou, the mystically inspired main work by the dialogue philosopher Martin Buber, and The First Book of Enoch, an esoteric text from antiquity. Simonsen has received several grants, and is a full member of ESSWE, the European Society for the Study of Western Esotericism.
And that is not all, there is SO much more that is the world Terje and we will get to hear more about him and his journey story during our wandering.
I highly recommend you coming to spend some time with us. We'll be chatting about his research and philosophy of the paranormal going back to ancient times. He notes that, while there is nearly 150 years of scientific research in parapsychology, the field is still marginalized within academia. Terje will also be talking with us about the responses to the paranormal within the field of theoretical physics as well as how he focuses on the practical applications of psi, and on the personal meaning of psi abilities.