A short biographical shetch of Dan Winter shows that he is a respected physicist, psychophysiologist, author, musician, computer wizard, and polygraphic researcher.
Graduating with honors from the University of Detroit, Dan pursued graduate studies in psychophysiology and the origin of languages. In addition to his academic background, he has worked as a Systems Analyst with IBM, an industrial metallurgist and crystallographer. He has undertaken many diverse studies, from quantum physics to modeling at the MIT space lab to developing the early biofeedback prototype equipment as Dr. Albert Axe's protégé.
Dan is an accomplished keyboard artist, and was once a church organist and choir director, all before reaching high school. He delights in playing computer keyboard music using sonic samples taken from biological events -- heart sounds, whale and dolphin songs, etc. His creative side emerges as playfulness with ideas which can be shared at different levels.
In the 1980's, he founded an alternative newspaper entitled the "Network of Light". He established a learning center experiment in collective bio-harmony called "Crystal Hill Farm." At Crystal Hill, Dan's extensive network grew as he hosted conferences with a prolific list of presenters on varied topics from sacred geometry to sustainable ecosystems. He maintained an elaborate computer/music/video facility where his computer animated videos on sacred geometry and "new age" physics evolved.
While directing Crystal Hill, Dan was Vice-President and Technical Director of S-S Electric, Inc. in Buffalo, which markets his engineered 3 Phase Conversion motor technology around the country.
By the early nineties, Dan relocated in the Blue Ridge Mountains and founded the San Graal School of Sacred Geometry and the Biodome Healing Center located in Waynesville, North Carolina. He has helped inspire many projects, including the group Planet heart biofeedback; the "Timeless Architecture" conference series with Henry MacLean; The Reviving Ancient Wisdoms Conference and Compendium with The fifth Way Mystery School.
Through the years, Dan has lectured on the evolution of consciousness, sacred geometry and coherent emotion at many national and international conferences. His theories in coherent emotion inspired the notable research at Millard Fillmore Hospital in Buffalo and the Heart Math Institute in California in the mid-nineties. Results published by Dr. Glen Rein provided conclusive evidence supporting Dan's heart entrainment theories. The effect of coherent ordering of the Heart harmonics during the feeling of compassion was measured replicably effecting the braiding/ the programming of DNA. Explained in an easy way, what he discovered is that emotions directly afect our genetics.
The one project that can be known for more people and thats totally inspired on Dan Winter is Darren Aronofsky's movie Pi, Faith in Chaos. The main character, Max Cohen, the hassidic jew that teaches Max about the mathematics in the Torah and the recurrence in the movie showing that everything is made up of spirals (phi), are based on Dan and a variety of his teachings. As a matter of fact, the movie should have been called Phi... not Pi. It was a last hour change of one of the producers.
Dan draws on many sources, including science, mythology, popular culture, and even channeled information, looking for ideas about the deep connectedness of all things and how the profound nature of our oneness can be approached from architecture or art, math or biology, electronics/computers or myth. With a powerful sense of the bridges between worlds, Dan has a talent for both poetry and rigor in his language and his twinkling eyes energy.
Dan's work in recent years has focussed on demonstrating through a stunning array of computer graphics, the way in which the musical waveforms associated with emotions (called sentics) turn out to embed pure geometry.
Among his many projects, Dan is developing a new breakthrough theory on gravity. He believes recursive nesting in field geometries is what creates the implosion "magnetic monopole" wind centering force we call gravity, and thus provides the clue on how to arrange magnetic long waves to repair gravity fabric and restore atmosphere retention.
Currently, Dan is a consultant on multimedia and virtual reality computer animation projects and travels and lectures around the world. He has produced over 50 videotapes on numerous subjects.
Recently, Dan Winter gave a conference at Huesca (Spain) participating in Expo Zaragoza 2008, joining Konstantine Korotkov, Ervin Laszlo, Minnie Hein, Masaru Emoto, and many others.
For further information on this multifaceted being, visit this links on our website, where you can find four recent articles from Dan plus some news we published related to Dan's work.
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