Advocacy Group Liaison
current AECES Liaison with Advocacy Groups [organizations
formed to advance a particular topic] is Stephen H.
Hall, a resident of Florida, USA.
Hall is a
graduate of the University of Central Florida with degrees
in General Studies and Psychology. He is a recently
retired state employee, having worked as a children's
services social worker and public school system administrator.
He currently works as a part-time technical facilitator
at Nova Southeastern University. During the Vietnam
era, Hall served in the U.S. Navy Reserve and spent
his active tour of duty on a submarine out of Charleston,
South Carolina. He retired from the Navy Reserve after
20 years of service.
currently pursues his interests in a variety of border
sciences. He first became interested in paranormal research
after hearing a presentation by Dr. David E. Jones,
professor of anthropology at UCF, who wrote a book titled
Visions of Time: experiments in psychic archeology.
He became interested in the study of the survival of
consciousness after attending a conference on the subject
hosted by Dr. Gary E. Schwartz at the University of
Arizona in 2002.
is an active member in the following organizations:
Spirituality and Paranormal Studies, Inc. (ASPSI)
Remote Viewing Association (IRVA)
Scientific Exploration (SSE)
Institute for Applied Research in Human Potential
for Noetic Sciences