In this episode we welcome Jamie Janover from the Resonance Project.
Jamie Janover was taught by Nassim Haramein how to deliver presentations on his unified field theory in 2008 as one of The Resonance Project’s original 12 emissaries. In 2012, he became the Resonance Project’s first Ambassador and took over for Nassim in teaching 3-day Delegate Programs. Jamie has delivered more than 250 comprehensive presentations and a dozen Delegate Program weekends on Nassim’s work at private events, conferences and festivals wold-wide in places as far-reaching as New Zealand, Egypt, India, Canada, Indonesia, Spain, Costa Rica, Australia, Portugal, Mexico and all-across the USA.
Jamie Janover has long been interested in the intersection of science and all things considered spiritual and metaphysical, so when he first came across Nassim Haramein lecturing at a music festival, all the dots connected. Ever since that time in the summer of 2002, he has been delving ever deeper into the world of unified physics and ancient cultures through the lens of Nassim Haramein’s theories, sharing resonant information in presentations he delivers while on tour as a musician.
Jamie Janover is recognized as a musical innovator. His endeavors include: being a master of the ancient percussion stringed instrument called the hammered dulcimer, (he won the National Hammered Dulcimer Championship in 2002), inventing and performing on an instrument he calls the "Mini-Kit" (a miniature amplified drum kit), playing Pyrocussion (fire drums) and creating the RealmsMobile (a recumbent tricycle with the mini-kit attached, enabling him to ride and play drums simultaneously). Jamie’s current main musical touring project is called Janover & reSunator with his partner (and RPF Emissary), Lezlie Sunshine Chang. By combining recent innovations in modern technology with the wisdom of ancient instruments, they achieve a balance between the electronic and the acoustic, the masculine and the feminine, to create a unified field: music reflective of and resonant with the nature of modern times.
When not playing music or lecturing on unified field theory, you can find Jamie connecting dots around the world in his extensive travels and collaborations in multiple creative realms including creating stunning images as a professional photographer and making sculpture works using natural found objects or produces music events, including a summer electronic music festival in Colorado called SONIC BLOOM.