Dr. Thomas G. Brophy
Thomas Brophy has a Ph.D. from the University of Colorado, was a research scientist at the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, Boulder, with NASA interplanetary spacecraft projects, and was a National Science Foundation exchange scientist with the University of Tokyo and Japan Space Program. Interests in fundamental theory led to broader studies involving the non-calculable and immeasurable aspects of the universe, and teaching Integral philosophy, and his book The Mechanism Demands a Mysticism. He is a former Dean of Administration at California Institute for Human Science. Recombining Integral philosophy with astrophysical dynamics led to his studies of the astro-archaeology of pre-historic and proto-historic Egypt, and his book The Origin Map. He has also worked in the IT/telecommunications industry, and found application for fundamental dynamics calculation techniques in gaming and investment theory.
He now teaches Integral theory, physics, and archaeoastronomy, and is proprietor of a consulting business. He has published peer reviewed scientific articles in premier journals including Icarus, Mediterranean Journal of Archaeology and Archaeometry, IEEE Journal, Science. He has been a featured presenter at numerous scientific conferences, as well as Integral spirituality meetings, in the United States, Europe, and Asia. He is coauthor of Black Genesis: the Prehistoric Origins of Ancient Egypt.