Welcome to one of two MysTech websites! This website houses numerous free recordings and articles. These websites are devoted to understanding and driving technology’s impact on society for a healthy human evolution. Here, we examine the impact that human aspirations will have on future technology.

Technology relieves us of the drudgery of labor whether muscular or mental. It can be used constructively or destructively. As technology emancipates us from labor in various (perhaps all) fields, we will come to the question regarding the meaning of our humanity. This has already arisen in several movies. What does technology tell us about who we are and what can it tell us about the meaning to our lives? Does technology tell us about who we are by showing us what we are not? Do we better grasp life, the living, and the soul, the consciousness that we share because humanoids are capable only of an artificial life and artificial soul? Will we be able to experience the difference between artificial and real soul?

Technology has evolved from tools that extended the arm with hammers, to replacing the horse and ox with steam engines and later with combustion engines, to today’s robotics and artificial intelligence. ¬†What more is coming? Who will decide this? How will it become part of human and earthly life?

The initial focus here will be on resonance and the use of modulated frequencies to construct a viable interface that will prevent a machine from operating without a sufficient moral impulse. Today these radiations are electromagnetic but tomorrow they will perhaps be frequencies based on other “media.” Also, herein will be philosophical/scientific explorations of light, formative-forces, plus discussions of artificial intelligence and consciousness.

Lectures by faculty members are available free on this website here.


  1. Andrew, I am interested in registering for the webinar: Leonardo’s Christmas Tale, but my computer will not let me advance when I click on the link in the being human newsletter. I get: Warning: Potential Security Risk Ahead. Can you send me another way to access registration please?
    Heather Skilling

      1. If this happens for anyone else, it is because the link you are using is http: and not https:
        The best way around this problem is to remove the “www.” from the link. Then the redirect will work and use https (secure).

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