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J.J. Hurtak (born James Joachim Hurtak, 1940) is an American social scientist, linguist, futurist, and author. Hurtak's work encompasses a diverse array of disciplines, including religion and philosophy, space law, environmental sciences, remote sensing, and unconventional theories in the fields of planetary sciences and archaeology. Through the "Academy for Future Science," Hurtak works internationally to encourage people to embrace new and emerging technologies.
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Hurtak attended the University of Minnesota for his M.A. and Ph. D. in History and Oriental Studies (1968, post-graduate studies in 1990). He went on to complete a second Ph.D in Social Sciences and Linguistics at the University of California, Irvine in 1977. In 1992, He completed a M.Th. in early Greek-Coptic texts at Luther Seminary, with a thesis on Coptic language structure. He was a member of the original faculty at the California Institute of the Arts School of Critical Studies and is director and writer of the award-winning films Merkabah: Voyage of a Star Seed (1998), an animated film about merkabah mysticism, and Light Body (2005). He has appeared in several film documentaries, including Voices of the Amazon and Beyond (2012), The Hidden Hand (2013), and Solar Revolution (2012). Hurtak also collaborated with influential jazz musician Alice Coltrane on her album, Sacred Language of Ascension (2007) and collaborated with Steven Halpern for the album Sacred Name Sacred Codes (2012).
Hurtak has written and translated more than fifteen books, including commentaries on ancient mystical and gnostic texts such as the Pistis Sophia. In 2006 he co-authored The End of Suffering: Fearless Living in Troubled Times, with physicist Russell Targ. He was a consultant for Sidney Sheldon's bestseller, The Doomsday Conspiracy. In 1970, Hurtak participated at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. Hurtak says he seeks to bring cooperation between science and consciousness. Some of Hurtak's work can be seen as metaphysical and mystical in nature, overlaid by his extensive work in comparative religion and research on the topic of extraterrestrial life. In 1995, he was a speaker at the historic first disclosure conference in Washington D.C., "When Cosmic Cultures Meet," sponsored by the Human Potential Foundation and he has contributed to the Journal of Space Law published by the National Center for Remote Sensing, Air and Space Law and the Annals of Air and Space Law, McGill University.
In 1974, Hurtak and his wife founded the Academy for Future Science (AFFS), a non-profit organization and United Nations non-governmental organization, supporting technologies research and education, environmental studies, and philosophy.
Hurtak spoke at the United Nations Rio +20 Conference on Sustainable Development (Brazil, 2012). He and AFFS associates presented two new technologies at the UN World Summit for Sustainable Development (Johannesburg, 2002), and he also spoke at the United Nations 60th Annual DPI/NGO Conference on Climate Change (New York, 2007) where he and AFFS associates introduced new methods of water purification for developing countries.Hurtak, J. J. (1988), The Use of Remote Sensing and Electromagnetic Sound Penetration in the Study of Fault Zones, Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX: NASA: Lunar and Planetary Institute, pp. 519–520
Hurtak, J. J. (1993), Hydrogen: The fuel for the future, Fort Collins, CO.: Colorado State University, pp. 445–458
Hurtak, J. J. (1995), Energy Technologies for the 21st Century: Substitutes for Fossil Fuel 2, pp. 433–439
Hurtak, J. J. (1998), Legislation and Space Law Concepts Proposed for the Eventual Industrialization of Mars by Man, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO., pp. 853–864
Hurtak, J. J. (2001), "Awakening to our Consciousness Identity", Research News and Opportunities in Science and Theology (Durham, North Carolina) 1 (7): 16, ISSN 1530-6410
Hurtak, J.J.; Desiree Hurtak (7 May 2010), "Understanding the Consciousness Field" (PDF), The Open Information Science Journal 2011 (3): 23–27, retrieved 5 January 2014
Hurtak, J.J.; Elizabeth A. Rauscher and D.E. Hurtak (2013), Universal Scaling Laws in Quantum Theory and Cosmology, World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., pp. 376–387, ISBN 9789814504782
Hurtak, J.J. (1970). Gnosticism: Mystery of Mysteries. Los Gatos, CA: Academy for Future Science. ISBN 096034506X.
Hurtak, J.J. (1973). The Book of Knowledge: The Keys of Enoch. Los Gatos, CA: Academy for Future Science. ISBN 0960345043.
Hurtak, J.J.; Brian Crowley (1986). The Face on Mars. Australia: MacMillan. ISBN 0725105135.
Hurtak, J.J.; Desiree Hurtak (1999). Pistis Sophia: A Coptic Text of Gnosis with Commentary. Los Gatos, CA: Academy for Future Science. ISBN 1892139030.
Hurtak, J.J.; Russell Targ (2006). The End of Suffering: Fearless Living in Troubled Times. Charlottesville, VA: Hampton Roads Publishing. ISBN 1571744681.
Voice of Africa: Study of a Zulu Shaman (with Susan Cochran) (1987)
Merkabah: Voyage of a Star Seed (1998)
The Light Body: Divine Image in Humanity (2005)
Voice of Africa: Credo Mutwa (2013)
The Living Capstone (with Paul Thomas Burns) (1997)
The Opening of the Great Pyramid (with Paul Thomas Burns) (2007)
Rea Ho Boka (with the Mighty Voice Cultural Choir, South Africa) (2009)
Three pieces (with Jocelyn B. Smith) performed at Das Zeitzeugenkonzert (German Symphonic Orchestra, Berlin) (2010)
Sacred Name Sacred Codes (with Steven Halpern) (2012)