Dr. Brian O'Leary suffered the ridicule of his schoolfriends when – several years before Sputnik – he announced his intention to go to the moon. Yet by the age of 27 he was a member of NASA's astronaut program, slated to be one of the first to visit Mars. Several years later, he resigned (for various reasons) and took up a career in academia where he rubbed shoulders with – among many others – Carl Sagan at Cornell and the pioneering psi investigator Robert Jahn at the physics department at Princeton.
A near-death experience in a auto accident encouraged his exploration of the paranormal, and soon after he applied his considerable abilities to the investigation of Free ('overunity') Energy and psi phenomena. He authored several books and became a well-known Free Energy activist.
His list of personal friends reads like a Who's Who of notable paradigm-challenging researchers and out-of-the-box thinking scientists. In our interview we asked him to summarize his exceptional life, and present his vision for the future.
An optimistic, gentle man, Brian O'Leary is gifted to possess intellect, vision and graciousness in equal measure. We were delighted to spend time with him at his Vilcabamba home and are very much looking forward to continuing our friendship with him in 2009 and beyond.