Dennis William Hauck

Dennis William Hauck is a researcher, author, and lecturer in consciousness studies. His primary focus is on levels of awareness and the mechanisms of transformation of consciousness. He works to document the evolution of a science of consciousness and merge various philosophical and scientific traditions into a unified theory of consciousness. He has also contributed to related areas, including psychology, the history of science, and the serious study of paranormal and mystical experiences. He is considered a leading authority on alchemy and Hermeticism. 

According to Dr. Bernard Lightman in his Companion to the History of Science: "Dennis William Hauck is a prolific author and has been at the center of efforts to institutionalize modern alchemy through a number of organizations, conferences, and journals. For Hauck, classical science has its limits, in that it can explain only our physical reality, not the deeper hidden reality from which the physical stems. He decided that alchemy offered one path to that hidden reality, and so, knowing that this path of discredited ‘pseudoscience’ might forever taint his career, Hauck decided it was worth the risk to discover solid evidence and challenge the dominant Newtonian paradigm.”

Hauck is curator of the Rosicrician Alchemy Museum, president of the International Alchemy Guild, and fouder of the Alchemy Study Program. More info on his career, books, articles, and lectures can be found at his webiste DWHauck.com. His complete bio is at http://dwhauck.com/bio.htm





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