A National Department of Extraterrestrial Alliance
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WHO: Rebecca Hardcastle, Ph.D. is originator of the concept of
Exoconsciousnessâ?¢. This is the study of extraterrestrial dimensions of human consciousness: the processes, abilities and physical endowments that link us directly to the cosmos and its inhabitants.
Her formal education in philosophy and religion commenced at Otterbein College in Ohio. She then traveled to Basel, Switzerland to concentrate on continental philosophy. She holds a Master of Divinity in philosophical theology from Boston University and a Doctor of Philosophy in parapsychic science from American Institute of Holistic Theology.
She is the author of the forthcoming book,
Exoconsciousness: Your 21st Century Mind
WHO: Lynne D. Kitei, M.D. is an internationally-acclaimed physician and health educator, a leader in early disease detection and prevention.
Dr. Kitei received her BS in Secondary Science Education from Temple University and an M.D. from the Temple University School of Medicine. She was Chief Clinical Consultant at the world-renowned Arizona Heart Institute's Imaging/ Prevention/ Wellness Center in Phoenix, Arizona until coming forward with the "Phoenix Lights" project.
She is a key witness to the still-unexplained mass sighting that took place throughout Arizona on March 13, 1997 called the "Phoenix Lights." After years of private research and continued sightings of anomalous phenomena, Dr Kitei feels it is imperative to share the riveting data she has compiled in her bestselling book, The Phoenix Lights...A Skeptic's Discovery That We Are Not Alone (Hampton Roads Publishing, 2004) and her Internationally award winning Documentary, "The Phoenix Lights" (2005).
Dr. Kitei has been recognized in the Who's Who of American Women, was chosen as the Woman of the Year in Pennsylvania, and has been featured for her ground-breaking work in publications such as the Philadelphia Inquirer, TV Guide magazine, Runner magazine, Phoenix magazine, Physician's Management magazine and the LA Times Magazine.
WHO: Terri Donovan Mansfield experienced Air Force medical life for 22 years, including 2 years in Turkey. She so appreciated the sense of community that military bases exemplify for all active duty members and their dependents.
After she saw the words "May Peace Prevail on Earth" on an 8 foot Peace Pole in the Pentagon chapel in April 2003, she knew that the Dept. of Defense and the proposed Dept. of Peace can work side by side. Now, Terri is the executive director and co-founder of the Arizona Department of Peace Campaign.
The U.S. cabinet level Dept. of Peace will research, articulate, and facilitate nonviolent solutions to domestic and international conflicts. It is an idea started in 1792 in an essay by Dr. Benjamin Rush, who signed the Declaration of Independence ...an idea whose time has come. She is interested in promoting peaceful relations with extraterrestrial visitors, and ending efforts to weaponize space.