Bernard Beitman, M.D., is the first psychiatrist since Carl Jung to systematize the study of coincidences. He is a former chair of Psychiatry at the University of Missouri-Columbia , where he became a world leader in the study of chest pain and panic disorder. He writes a blog for Psychology Today on coincidence and is the coauthor of the award-winning book Learning Psychotherapy. He has written several books; his latest book, Meaningful Coincidences: How and Why Synchronicity and Serendipity Happen, serves as a personal guide to using synchronicities and serendipities to inspire psychological, interpersonal, and spiritual growth. Dr. Bernard Beitman is Founding Director of The Coincidence Project, which encourages people to share their stories of meaningful coincidences, serendipity and synchronicity.
Nathaniel Gillis is a religious demonologist and author. After living in a haunted house, Nathaniel spent 20 years researching what it was he encountered. Nathaniel has sought to redefine the nature of haunting phenomena, ghosts and high strangeness. He’s often quoted for his concept of the demonic: “The reason they are playing by different rules is that they are playing a different game.” Having spent a decade in the deliverance ministry, Nathaniel decided to take what he learned and assist others in a more secular venue. Nathaniel is a thought leader in his field and has been on hundreds of podcasts and radio shows sharing his passion for helping people.
Avi Loeb is a theoretical physicist He is the Director of the Institute for Theory and Computation at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. He received a PhD in Physics from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel, and was a long-term member of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton.
Loeb was the Founding Director of Harvard’s Black Hole Initiative, and served as Chair of the Department of Astronomy from 2011 to 2020. He led the first international project supported by the Strategic Defense Initiative, and is the Head of Harvard’s Galileo Project. He is a former member of the President’s Council of Advisors on Space and Technology at the White House. Loeb is also a former chair of the Board on Physics and Astronomy of the National Academies from 2018 to 2021. In 2012, TIME magazine selected Loeb as one of the 25 most influential people in space. In 2020, From The Grapevine selected Loeb among the 14 most inspiring Israelites of the last decade.