On Tuesday January 26, 2021, Dolores Cahill spoke at the inaugural The Greater Reset Activation! Dolores shares her vision of how to be free in the COVID1984 era.
Dolores is an Inventor, Founder and Shareholder of Companies, has been Granted & licensed Patents in Europe, USA & worldwide with applications in improving the early accurate diagnosis of disease (auto immune diseases & cancer). Her latest ventures are the World Freedom Alliance and FreedomAirway.
With more than 20 years expertise in high-throughput protein & antibody array, proteomics technology development, automation & biomedical applications in biomarker discovery, diagnostics & personalized medicine.
Richard Grove is an American conceptual artist and forensic historian who frames his groundbreaking research into epic multimedia productions to educate his audience. Richard bases his art-of-information compositions upon the thousands of hours of research he’s done into the history of Liberty and Freedom in the Western world. In 2015 his work was viewed by individuals in 186 countries, proving that his findings are both relevant and meaningful to people around the world. In 2012 he produced The Ultimate History Lesson with John Taylor Gatto, a 5-hour documentary exposing the foundations of American schooling.
Richard is also the founder of Autonomy, the University of Reason, as well as the host of the Grand Theft World podcast.
On Tuesday January 26, 2021, Lainie Liberti spoke at the inaugural The Greater Reset Activation! Lainie’s talk was about how we can create a new family culture that respects the children and does not teach them to mindlessly comply to authority.
Lainie is an author, speaker, community leader, teen coach and alternative education advocate who helped to spearhead the thriving worldschooling movement. Lainie co-foundered Project World School with her son in 2012. Liberti designs and co-facilitates the Project World School teen retreats as month-long immersive learning learning communities to support self directed teens from around the world. Over the last 8 years, Lainie has facilitated 20+ international retreats for almost 100 teens, learning through cultural immersion, examining personal values and exploring world views.
In addition, Lainie founded Project World School Family Summits , produced 7 in person international conferences for hundreds of families across Europe, Asia and Mexico since 2016. Lainie also launched the WeAreWorldschoolers.org serving her Facebook community of more than 10000 members.
On Tuesday January 26, 2021, Sayer Ji and Kelly Brogan spoke at the inaugural The Greater Reset Activation! Kelly and Sayer spoke about what it means to love in this time of division and chaos. They explored various themes related to reclaiming sovereignty, spiritually, emotionally, and physically.
Sayer Ji is founder of Greenmedinfo.com and author of REGENERATE: Unlocking Your Body’s Radical Resilience through the New Biology.
Kelly Brogan, M.D. is a holistic psychiatrist, author of the NY Times Bestselling book, A Mind of Your Own, Own Your Self, the children’s book, A Time For Rain, and co-editor of the landmark textbook, Integrative Therapies for Depression. She is the founder of the online healing program Vital Mind Reset, and the membership community, Vital Life Project.
On Tuesday January 26, 2021, Julianne Romanello spoke at the inaugural The Greater Reset Activation! Julianne will be speaking about the dark realities of how the education system, the surveillance state, and human capital bonds are affecting the future of education.
Julianne Romanello earned her doctorate in Political Philosophy from Baylor University (Waco, Texas) in 2012 upon completing her dissertation, “Political Philosophy and the Divine Ground: Eric Voegelin on Plato.” While at Baylor, Ms. Romanello earned the Richard D. Huff Distinguished Graduate Student in Political Science Award and passed Ph.D. comprehensive examinations with distinction. She had teaching roles in lower- and upper-division courses in subjects ranging from Political Philosophy and Literature to Environmental Policy and participated in several editing projects with senior faculty members (e.g. Professor Thomas Hibbs’ Arts of Darkness: Film Noir and the Religious Quest [Dallas, Texas: Spence Publishing, 2007] and issues of American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly). She also served as an editorial intern for Rhetoric & Public Affairs, published by Michigan State University Press and the Department of Communication at Baylor University.