James. J. Hurtak

Year of birth : 1940
Education : University of California, Berkeley, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Website : www.futurescience.org

Books by the Master

" Gnosticism"... "The Book of Knowledge"... “Consciousness, Energy, and Future Science”... “The Seventy-Two Living Divine Names of the Most High " ... " An Introduction to the Keys of Enoch " ... " The End of Suffering " ... " The Overself Awakening " ... " Pistis Sophia: A Coptic Gnostic Text with Commentary " ... " The Scrolls of Adam and Eve " ... " Face on Mars : Evidence of a Lost Martian Civilization " ... " The Reality of the Masters of Light " ... " The Gospel of Mary " ... " The Five Bodies: A Explanation of the Five Light Bodies " ... " The Guiding Hand " ... " The Scientific Confirmations of the Keys of Enoch (2 Vol. Set) " ... " Our Higher Heritage: The Significance of the Holy Scriptures " ... " Beyond Darwinism " ... " The Holy Sephiroth and the Keys of Enoch " ... " Metatron: The Work of El Shaddai " ... " The Great Transformation of Man " ... " Lord's Prayer " ... " CATECHISM - The Basic Teachings of the Living Word " ... " The Scrolls of Titus and Philemon - Building the Family of Light on Earth "


James 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.

Founder and President of The Academy for Future Science, an international NGO (non-government organization). He is a social scientist, futurist, remote sensing and space law specialist. He is author of twenty books, his best-seller is The Keys of Enoch®. Among his other books is one he co-authored with physicist, Russell Targ, entitled End of Suffering. 

Hurtak has accomplished extensive archeological studies in Egypt and was one of the principal discoverers in 1997 of the “Tomb of Osiris” on the Giza Plateau. He also worked in the pyramids of Mexico and Egypt doing GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar) and acoustic sound tests. He is research director of the Great Pyramid of Giza Research Association.