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Elizabeth Valerie Ann Rauscher, PhD.

Elizabeth Rauscher

March 18th - July 3rd, 2019

I hope my achievements in life shall be these - that I will have fought for what was right and fair; that I will have risked for all that mattered; that I will have stood up for those who were in need; and that I will have left the earth a better place for what I've done and who I've been.

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Dr. Elizabeth Ann (E.A.) Rauscher of Apache Junction, Arizona passed away on July 3, 2019 from respiratory/heart complications at age 82.  She was preceded in death by her father, Philip J. Webster of Minnesota (1900-1992), and mother, Claire Elsa (née Söderblom) Webster of California (1901-1991).  She will be cremated for a scattering ceremony to be scheduled later in the year, while an online Memorial Service is planned for July 28th (with details pending).
 
She was born in Berkeley, California on March 18, 1937 and is predeceased by her second husband, William van Bise, of Lafayette, Louisiana.  She is survived by her son, Brent Rauscher and his wife, Cheryl, her grand-daughter, Brittany Williams, her great-grandchildren (Hallie, Sophie and Luke), her sister, Hope Sinclair, and her nieces & nephew (Darlene, Linda, Jessica and Steven).
 
Dr. Elizabeth A. Rauscher was an Astrophysicist, Nuclear Scientist and worked on the NASA space shuttle. She is a former researcher with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and the Stanford Research Institute (SRI). Rauscher held a PhD in Astrophysics, Nuclear Physics and Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley (UCB). She was one of the most groundbreaking thinkers in Quantum Physics and a pioneer in spin dynamics, torque and Coriolis forces relative to Einstein’s field equations and the Grand Unification Theory.
 
As a child, she built her own telescopes and cloud chamber.  That pursuit of science led to her achieving a Masters in Nuclear Physics in 1965 and her PhD under the renowned nuclear chemist, Glenn T. Seaborg, in 1978.  This was a remarkable accomplishment, being the only woman in her class - at that time women accounted for fewer than 5% of academic positions in US Universities.  She was active as a Physics Professor, research consultant, and graduate student adviser.

In 1975 Rauscher co-founded the Berkeley Fundamental Fysiks Group, an informal group of physicists who met weekly to discuss "quantum mysticism" and the philosophy of quantum physics and nurtured ideas which were unpopular at the time within the physics community, but which later, in part, formed the basis of quantum information science.


She was a member of APS, IEEE, AAAS, MAA, ANA, AAMI and a UN delegate/adviser (1979, 1989, 2002).  She authored over 280 scientific papers and 6 books, and has 5 U.S. patents and one European patent.  She founded several labs for scientific inquiry and has received numerous awards and grants and is listed in eleven Who’s Who, including Marquis’ Who’s Who, and Men and Women in Science and Technology.


Rauscher also had a deep interest in psychic phenomena and other paranormal claims which she studied over decades following rigid scientific investigative standards.


She loved nature, family and discovery - being an active supporter of many groups preserving our environment and who sought greater understanding of our natural world and the underlying physical principals of reality.


Everyone she met was a friend, whether bell-hop or Prince - she cared for them all and each knew her loving heart.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Rauscher


https://www.irva.org/conferences/speakers/rauscher.html


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Name Elizabeth Rauscher
Date of Birth March 18th
Date of Death July 3rd, 2019
Home Town Berkeley, CA, US 
Other City Apache Junction, AZ, US 
Interests ** Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Rauscher, ** Women in Science Podcast: https://itsrainmakingtime.com/dr-elizabeth-rauscher-remarkable-woman-science/, ** Remote Viewing: https://www.irva.org/conferences/speakers/rauscher.html, ** Wikiwand: https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Elizabeth_Rauscher
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Jj Fouchet published condolence .

Thank you for being Elizabeth.

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Dr. Rene Ryba Md. published comment .

To My Dearest Friend Eli! May you be having ride on the wings of angels! May you discover the Truth about everything, I know you have great time now, away from all the suffering. Miss our chats and meetings very much. Be Blessed my friend! With deepest sympathy to your family. Rene'.

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

George, such meaningful words from a good friend of hers - thank you!

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George Weissmann published comment .

Dear Elizabeth, It is with deep sadness and a profound sense of loss that I bid you farewell in this lifetime. You were an indefatigable and intrepid warrior and pioneer on the path to transformation, helping to integrate the complementary paradigms of science and spirituality/consciousness, exploring the far reaches of human capabilities, and illuminating the way with kindness and brilliance. From your comrade of the first hour, George Weissmann

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Linda Haynes published comment .

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Eve Cohen published condolence .

Elizabeth delivering her lecture Examining the Existence of the Multiverse, August 2012, London.

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Eve Cohen published condolence .

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Eve Cohen published condolence .

Elizabeth at a conference in London August 2012 giving a lecture on Examining the Existence of the Multiverse. A very special and extraordinary person who's heart was even bigger than her huge intellect. She took so many people into her heart, making each one feel special. Her enthusiasm and joy affected everything around her. I am so lucky to have spent time with her over so many years.

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Neysa Narena published condolence .

Elizabeth impressed me with her great love and kindness to everyone she met. She was also quite beautiful--for her innate joyfulness shined upon everyone and everything around her. Elizabeth once told me that when she was a child, she decided to devote her life to help humanity, and to study Nature and Consciousness. Elizabeth wrote an article called 'The Meaning of Life' that I would like to share with you. It's published online at: https://excellencereporter.com/2016/11/30/dr-elizabeth-a-rauscher-the-meaning-of-life-and-knowing-the-universe-100-percent/

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Kina Merdinian published comment .

Meeting and working with Elizabeth was an unexpected gift in my life. Her knowledge and wisdom expanded my horizons and worldview. I grew intellectually, emotionally and spiritually through our adventures and projects together. I feel very blessed to have been able to provide support to her in furthering her impact on humanity. I trust "she'll be back soon to pick up where she left off," as she was a well of contributions yet to fully materialize. Sending you gratitude and love, Elizabeth, Sincerely, Kina Merdinian

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

Yes, that indeed was her purpose from childhood through her final day and all of us knew it as evident in her work, her talk, her desire...

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John Hutchison published condolence .

Sorry to hear about Elizabeth I knew her for a long time ,we met many times over the years , we had fun in Los Angeles we went into the ocean in Malibu when visiting Dennis Weaver we both loved Star Trek and hermin Zimmerman gave us a tour of the deep space nine sets , Elizabeth stayed a month with us in gold beach we often talked and go visit the and look over the ocean as it was only 150 feet that was about 2016 nesika beach Oregon I’ll dearly miss her we had many adventures hugss dear one here is a picture I took of Elizabeth in nesika beach

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Gian Carlo Tealdo Wensjoe published comment .

Light Love and Peace for her soul

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Linda Haynes published condolence .

Elizabeth was a light bearer, she lived her life her way as Frank Sinatra mentions in one of his famous ballads. She explored life as though it was something precious...to know her was to love her. What a remarkable woman and human being, she lit up a room. Her contributions and legacy will live on through upcoming generations to come. We love you Elizabeth. I would say you will be missed, but you have the magic to appear when you are in our thoughts...that is something special. -Gloria Strimpel (friend of Elizabeth & the family)

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Rafig Gurbanzada published comment .

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Warren Rauscher published condolence .

I was saddened to learn of my ex-wifes passing. She was the smartest woman I ever knew. She will be missed. Warren Rauscher (Brent's dad)

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

Thank you, Dad. For everyone to know, my father is the smartest man I ever knew - so, his tribute has great meaning and I'm certain there are many of mother's colleagues who would say the same too.

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Brent Rauscher published condolence .

Mom always believed that Truth is discernible by contemplative study of our world. Joy arises when we explore our boundaries with zest and confidence. Be thrilled in the face of obscured reality for when you encounter the Light, there is a clear assurance of Love! [This is the dedication page from her recent book]

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Brent Rauscher published condolence .

The memorial service will be a gathering for all of us on Sunday, July 28th. With everyone spread out across the world, we will convene by a group conference call. We would like to invite all friends, colleagues and family of Elizabeth A. Rauscher to join us in a web-based Memorial Celebration on July 28th, 2019 at 2:00PM California time, 5:00PM New York Time. Now is your time when each person who wishes to share can share. We would appreciate each tribute to be limited to no more than 5 minutes, and a few words are also fine. If you have pictures, please be ready to hold them up unless you are calling via phone. The Memorial will still stay open for as long as it is needed. We will go in the order at arrival of the participants to the meeting. People can come and go as they need to. To join the meeting please go to: https://zoom.us/j/443934114 You can also call in via phone by dialing 833-302-1536 (USA and CANADA, toll free) and using the meeting id of 443-934-114 (followed by #) If you have nothing you want to share, but your inner thoughts, that is fine. Join us anyway in remembrance.

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Thomas Kimbrough published condolence .

I only met Dr. Elizabeth Rauscher one time, in February of this year, after being put in touch by a colleague who knew of my interest in bioelectromagnetics. She was a gracious host for the two or three hours that I visited that day in Arizona, and I regret not having been able to visit again. Since then I have learned a good deal more about her life and work. I believe the scientific community and the world has suffered a great loss with her passing. If the online memorial which is supposed to be tomorrow (?) would open to an acquaintance such as myself, I would be grateful to attend. Respectfully, Thomas Kimbrough, PhD

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

Indeed, the memorial service will be a gathering for all of us on Sunday, July 28th. With everyone spread out across the world, we will convene by a group conference call. The information is shown in a new post on this page. Thank you

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Hejna Bohdan published condolence .

Although I have not met Dr. Elizabeth Rauscher, I know about her important, tremendous and honourable work in helping Dr. Harramein. I regret her pass. Bohdan Hejna

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Daniel M Dubois published condolence .

Elizabeth Rauscher was a remarkablet scientist with an open mind. She presented papers in my CASYS conferences at Liège (Belgium) on COMPUTING ANTICIPATORY SYSTEMS. She was a very kind colleague and friend. I will never forget her, she will remain in my mind. Daniel

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Suzanne Price published condolence .

It was in 2013 or 14 when I visited several times with Elizabeth at her home in Apache Junction. I lived in Phoenix and we had become briefly acquainted at one of the Teslatech Conferences. I was impressed by Elizabeth's leadership with the Fun Fysiks group at Berkeley and was looking for a mentor to help me enhance my learning about the science of physics; she seemed a natural choice to contact. I told her I wanted to renew the "Fun Fysiks" aspect of our first meeting, and we laughed and enjoyed the egg salad sandwiches and goodies I brought with me. The first thing she said to me was, "What do you know about the war?" Probing me right out of the gate! I wasn't really sure which war she was talking about and was really not prepared to reveal what my actual answer might be. When I told her about my intentions she was again quite straight forward and said, "It's already been done!" I had been interested in exploring the bridge between universal spirituality and science/physics for several years and had found very little information regarding the particular perspective I was researching. Unbeknownst to me at the time, Elizabeth was about to publish her book on Orbiting the Moons of Pluto in which she and Richard Amoroso had worked out some very complex physics math problems that would help to unify the field. Although a mathematical solution was not what I was looking for in my quest, I feel Elizabeth's work has not been fully acknowledged and honored. I hope her true professional legacy will be properly recognized in the future.... Although a "mentorship" did not develop between us, I know our interests on a more cosmic consciousness and humanistic scale continue to be in sync. I remember those conversations sitting at a lakeside picnic table by one of the Superstition Mountains of Arizona where we shared heart-felt talks about our growing up years, aspirations, and life in general. I will not forget my feelings of compassion for her as she walked down some wooden stairs with great difficulty to reach the lake. Her determination was unstoppable! ….I feel more than ever an affinity of purpose with Elizabeth and her presence. At the 2019 Psychotronics Conference on July 28th the same day as your Memorial, I will also acknowledge some of Elizabeth's work during my presentation. She was a strong supporter of that group as well as Teslatech. Even though she has crossed over, in many ways she is still with us. We remain in sync in the heart of Spirit! With Love and Appreciation to Elizabeth.

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

So many first meet my mother through her work & conferences, but everyone gets to know her heart like you have. She will quickly challenge you to know where you stand and which direction you are heading - and then share all she has... knowledge, wisdom, compassion, purpose, aspirations and love. I am so glad you connected and met the spirit inside of her!

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Saul-Paul Sirag published condolence .

In the early summer of 1975, I went on a wonderful road trip with Elizabeth Rauscher in her old Chevy. It was a kind of Fundamental Fysiks Group expedition. She called it our “Space-time Odyssey,” and many strange things did happen. For example, we stopped off at Stanford University to pick up two metal pyramids for her private research into “pyramid power.” We needed to purchase up a large number of copper “Chore Boys” to stuff into the pyramids. (Some pyramid power mavens had claimed that copper stuffing increases the power coming out of the tip of the pyramid.) So Elizabeth and I made a stop at the Palo Alto Co-op to buy copper Chore Boys. We bought a whole case. When asked by the check-out clerk why we needed so many of these, I immediately said, “Oh, we need them as fuel for our rocket ship, so that we can get back to out home planet.” The clerk looked at us strangely, wondering whether our cash was for real. Traveling with Elizabeth had put me in the mood of “anything can happen”! Then we went down to Boulder Creek to visit Nick Herbert (a stalwart member of the Fundamental Fysiks Group). He got right into the swing of things and helped to stuff the two pyramids with the copper Core Boys. Then Nick took out his Wimshurst static-electricity generator (like the one I remembered from high school physics class) and proceeded to “charge” them up. The next day, Elizabeth and I went to Well-Springs on Alba Road in Ben Lomond. A couple of weeks earlier I had experienced three days of massage-to-music from Phyllis Harrison. I wanted to introduce Elizabeth to Phyllis and to give her a copy of Robert Lindner’s book, The Fifty Minute Hour. I had suggested to Phyllis that the “Jet Propelled Couch” physicist in Lindner’s book was her husband, Kiko Harrison. On the way to the main house at Well-Springs, Elizabeth and I each carried one of the metal pyramids. As we approached the house, we saw Marcel Vogel next to a huge redwood tree. With one hand on the tree, he was describing the vibes he was feeling to a group of eager students. Without missing a beat, Marcel said, “Here come the pyramids.” After all, Marcel was famous for the Vogel Crystals, which are cut precisely to the Great Pyramid angle of 51 deg., 51 min. and 51 sec. Presumably, Marcel had been discussing pyramid power and considered this just another synchronicity. Marcel worked for many years at the IBM San Jose Research Center, and was their liquid crystal expert. Perhaps his most popular invention was the “Day Glow” psychedelic pigments used for posters in the 1960s.

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

Great story! I remember those pyramids - we kept one of them (with about an 18" base) in the foyer of the home in Berkeley - we placed food inside to see if it stayed fresh longer (but it didn't make a difference). Still that is part of living with Mom - even in BERKELEY, my family was just a bit different!

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Brent Rauscher published condolence .

From Robert Machen: "I am really saddened by Elizabeth's death. I have shared with a couple of friends who also knew Elizabeth along with my wife and they too were all very sad upon hearing of her passing. The world has lost a great lady with a brilliant mind and she is gone forever. But Elizabeth will live on in our hearts and in our memories. What a wonderful lady she was!"

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Brent Rauscher published condolence .

From P. M. H. Atwater, L.H.D. - "I knew your mother – not well – but enough to be more than impressed with her mind and where her ideas took her. I joined the ASD after I died in 1977 (am a three-time near-death experiencer), but heard of your mother years before when I discovered psychotronics, the “black box” of yore, and started doing lab experiments with my doctor/friend William G. Reimer. Yes, she was a genius, but more than that she was approachable and very understanding. We are all so very lucky she devoted herself to research and to finding answers to lofty questions. I value so much even just knowing her. Many blessings to you and your family."

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Ingrid Fredriksson published condolence .

Elizabeth Rauscher was together with Russel Targ coauthors in my first book on Consciousness "Aspects of Consciousness: Essays on Physics, Death and the Mind". I am so grateful to her, Thank you Elizabeth! R.I.P.

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Brent Rauscher published condolence .

My mother was certainly a very intelligent woman - a leader and ground-breaker for so many to enter the 'guys' club' of physics. She was challenged and too often disheartened in seeking equality where everyone is judged on their work. But she made a difference! And achieved so much, not only in research, but for humanity. I am so very proud of her work, her character, and her earnest desire to build a better world for the next generation of physicists - both the men AND the women.

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Monika Grüter published comment .

I agree!! The picture rocks!! And your comment to it, Brent, also rocks - just as much as Tshatiqua Farrar-Badda's comment. I am very happy that you share some of these precious images from the memory box with us. And it is quite unique how people who probably never cross paths reveal a language that expresses access to all that is: LOVE. Let's celebrate our fare-well feeling, knowing that death is the illusion - since the 3D plain is our temporal world where we learn to love.

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Tshatiqua Farrar-Baddal published comment .

I suffered a Wonderful 10 minute Heart Swell from your comment! This picture Rocks! Thanks for posting it. Though we may never cross paths, know that LOVE, that elusive stuff that we humans find so challenging to identify and embrace, is in abundance around you at All Times and that I AM surely a brilliant nano particulate in that Glow! The Best Brent!❤

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Kelly Kowalski published condolence .

I never met Elizabeth Rauscher but read all about her and quickly became a fan of her groundbreaking exploration into the world of science when few women were attempting such leaps. I have earmarked her words of wisdom in David Kaiser's book taken from the anniversary of the Fundamental Fysiks Group in 2000..."Most of everything, I think, is spirit, and a little is condensed out as matter...And interestingly enough, it only takes one experiment to find out you believe in life, because it only takes the birth of one child...We can have peace, love and joy on this planet, instead of war, crime and violence. Instead of warships, we need peaceships." I myself just lost my father, a remarkable man, I hope they are having a toast on the other side. Blessings to your family.

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Linda Haynes published condolence .

Steve Daniels, Elizabeth’s nephew Brent, your Mom was proud of you. You gave her good reason to be proud. You are a good role model to your family and those around you. Elizabeth reminded us to take our work and passion seriously but not to take ourself and life too seriously. We will miss her but always keep our memories of her close.

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Hope Sinclair, Elizabeth’S Sister published condolence .

Elizabeth was a person with many interests and fields of exploration. She was a searcher of new ideas, of philosophy, art, and much more. She was a photographer, a writer, a scuba instructor, a hiker, a researcher, a teacher, and so much more. Some of the happiest and most interesting times in my life were those shared with Elizabeth, including shared experiences at Camp Lokoya, both in childhood, and as adults. Working with her on remote viewing projects was transformative for both of us. Elizabeth’s greatest gift was having brought Brent into the world. What a delight he is to our family and all who know him. Through Brent and Cheryl, Elizabeth has made possible Brittany and her precious children. Elizabeth has lived a very full and successful life, successful in having fulfilled her many interests, goals, and desires. She will be missed.

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Linda Haynes published condolence .

My favorite photo of us together- Linda (Elizabeth’s niece)♥️

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Brent Rauscher published condolence .

You would be right to presume this is not exactly a recent photo! ;-) This is my mother (on the left) and her Big Sister, Hope, on the right. I know how shocked and in grief my Aunt has been this week to have lost her Little Sister... She had an opportunity to talk by phone on the day Mom passed and relay her feelings, via stories of their childhood together, that had waited too long to express. I do wish for her - and all of us - to know the peace that comes from reconciliation and forgiveness! There is so much power to be gained from those two actions and blessings will follow. Be sure to MAKE your opportunities today so that you have no regrets or lost time - for the time we waste shall never be a source of joy. Hug somebody you love today!

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Linda Haynes published comment .

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Lisatully published condolence .

Elizabeth and I had many adventures over the last decade she had a beautiful spirit and was always a welcome houseguest. I was her wheelchair driver at several conferences: energy medicine and Tesla. she loved doing “wheelies” in the halls. When I drove her to Sedona to meet with Patrick Flanagan, she me pull over so she could have a remote viewing session of the pyramids with JJ Hurtak. No matter how many times I told her, she wouldn’t stop drinking Diet Coke. I hope we continue our adventures from the afterlife. I love, you Elizabeth

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

Ah... the Diet Coke! I made sure to NEVER run out of that... Thx for writing, sharing and loving my mom - she always had fun wherever she would go - even while limited to that wheelchair. That's a child-like wisdom to live to the fullest.

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Johnkhutchison published condolence .

Just wanted to upload another picture of my dearest friend Elizabeth I’ll upload a video of us somewhere

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Tshatiqua Farrar-Baddal published condolence .

I saw Dr. Rauscher for the first (and only) time, until now, in a documentary featuring her dear friends Drs. Hurtak a few years ago, showcased in NYC. I do not even remember what she said. I feel it was something about flowers and the cosmos. What transfixed me, in those brief moments she sat before the camera, was her Purity and Beauty. She had one finger on Love and the other on All Creation and I recognized that her facets were smooth and reflected brilliantly. There are many honorable pioneers on the planet; three of my favorite are Drs. Hurtak and Nassim Haramein who publicized their adoration of her. To hear of her journey beyond sent my heart to them first. Fireworks have been lit for me knowing that her legacy lives on through Beloveds Brent & Linda. I Laugh, Cry, Sing, Study, Invent, Dance and Celebrate a Life Well-Lived with All of You on this Memorial. It's going to be fun getting to know you better Honorable Dr. Rauscher!!❤ Smiles

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

You are so wonderful to express this for us! I love your summary of her speech that day with a take-away of her pure loving nature - for all of us.

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Twich published condolence .

She had an amazing career.

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Brenda published condolence .

Elizabeth and I loved to hang out at hotel pools and people watch. (She said she liked to look at the men's legs :) Such a hoot you were in flesh Elizabeth. We had lot's of fun together. Always talking about when we could get together again. The world knows you and remembers you for your brilliant mind. I Elizabeth remember you for not only your brilliant mind but also your soft, sweet heart, your hopes and dreams we talked about and your desire to help make our world a better place to be in. Goodbye Elizabeth. I called you a month ago to say hi and tell you I love you. In spirit I know you received my message. No more wheelchair and achy knees. You are free to visit us all. Now I will light a lamp for you and sing for you, a song of love. Your friend always oxoxxo Brenda p.s Elizabeth. I am finally writing the book you always encouraged me to write. I love you always.

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

Brenda, it is so wonderful to read your words and learn of mom's encouragement and sharing fun times with you! I wish you well the best in writing as it will take all your heart to write it - and that makes all the difference. Thx for the blessing today.

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Linda Haynes published comment .

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Vergilia Dakin published condolence .

I have loving memories of Elizabeth in the many years she worked/talked with my husband Henry Dakin, as well as the times she visited our home in San Francisco. She is surely blessed by the free spirits of the world.

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

Thank you for relaying that her love is such a nice memory.

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Mark Rohrbaugh published condolence .

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

Such good puppies!

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Mark Rohrbaugh published comment .

Elizabeth with Dutchess, Buster, and Mark on the right. 7/12/2017.

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Jacob Teitelbaum published condolence .

She followed the path less travelled by. And that made all the difference. Thanks for everything Elizabeth! Blessings on your next adventure

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Linda Haynes published comment .

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Jean Maria Arrigo published condolence .

Elizabeth was a light too many. I only knew her via telephone and through her work. To foster her legacy, I located an oral historian and archivist to conduct an oral history of her life and organize her papers for the archive at her alma mater: 2012 Papers and Oral History of Elizabeth Rauscher, PhD, (nuclear, astrophysics, and paranormal classified research for the U.S. government). Regional Oral History Office, Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

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Linda Haynes published comment .

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

please reach me directly as I have some more items for the library to complete that effort.

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Carole Punt published condolence .

I had the privilege of interviewing Elizabeth a few times by telephone about her experiences with Bob Beck. She was such a spark--physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually! She spoke of the fun they had shared as early members of the USPA. She sent me this picture of a meeting she missed in 1984 but the group made sure to include her by adding her picture to the photo. Carole Punt

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Linda Haynes published comment .

She was a spark indeed!♥️

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Mark Rohrbaugh published condolence .

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Mark Rohrbaugh published comment .

Elizabeth with Dutchess, Giordan, & Buster July 12, 2017

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Mark Rohrbaugh published comment .

Elizabeth visiting July 12th, 2017 with Dutchess & Buster and Mark Rohrbaugh on the right.

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Marysol González Sterling published condolence .

Thank you for your work I missed meeting you You were coming to visit this June when you strength left you forever Have a wonderful journey into the light MarrSOLiris Duyucytu

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Mark Rohrbaugh published condolence .

Elizabeth just lived down the road from my wife Lyz and I and welcomed us into her home. We just met over the last couple of years and really enjoyed talking with her about physics, unsolved problems, and current events. Last time I saw her about she shared she had solved a MAJOR 100 year old physics problem and would be writing about it. She was very kind and loved our dogs. Wish I would have spent more time with her. She continued in her work until the end. Her work lives on forever. Very inspirational person and a real trailblazer and expert in physics.

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Anthony Davis published condolence .

Thank you for your light work, love and insight. Through your work you will continue to bless the World. Kadoish kadoish kadoish adanoi sabaoth!

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Monika Grüter published condolence .

Since I kew Elizabeth, I felt a little safer. I knew the power of her mind and the beautiful marriage of heart, logic and math - Elizabeth is a truther and where she is now, she certainly moves on in this spirit. I met Elizabeth only by skype conferences and phonecalls, and small e-mail exchange. She shared her loving thouhgts with me, lent me her hand when I was in despair because I had to let my mother go - who ascended in April 2015. Now I feel Elizabeth experiences her a great awakening in the next dimension. Just continue, Elizabeth! My heart is with you and will always be.

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Monika Grüter published comment .

Dear Brent! I feel blessed to be able to talk to you now. I was always curious about you and think of some parallel paths: my mum's name was also Elizabeth and she was a true angel by heart. In my life never found anyone as non-ego based and loving on a general basis. She would have been an excellent scientist, if not born to a poor farmer's family in 1924, when everybody was struggeling so very hard. That was one connection I immediately picked up with your mother, too. One of my best friends is Michael Hyson and I talk to him on skype at least once a week. A second synchronicity was to learn that your mum wanted to meet another "third" Elizabeth in Spain right around the time she decided to ascend! I am right now trying to join forces (based on sound and light technology...). Another synchronicity: I am born in 1962, but on the 22nd of August. I am sending you very much love and light!!! And I hug you.

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

Monika, thank you so much for your words on her impact upon you! I am glad she made you feel the comfort of safety and the assurance of truth. She was a fountain of love known to so many, I feel privileged. And my condolences on your loss as I learn how to face the challenges we both have - may you have comfort and assurance.

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Jennifer Fillmore published condolence .

It was fun to share time with you. Best to you on your continued journey. I look forward to revisiting your work. Much Love.

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Jean J. Chu published condolence .

Elizabeth Rauscher has not left us, she has simply dropped her physical form. Be still and gently close your eyes, and Elizabeth is standing right next to you/us, with love in her eyes and her inspiring, joyful smile. She remains the wind under our wings. Let us move forward with her spirit supporting us all the way! What a way to live!! Love you, Elizabeth, my friend and colleague. Jean :-) in Ithaca, New York :-)

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Linda Haynes published condolence .

Elizabeth was contemplating the vast universe from a very early age!♥️

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Tyler published condolence .

1) You made me laugh. 2) You're brilliant. Love you forever and thank you for your sacrifices! - Tyler

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Ken published condolence .

I had the pleasure of listening to Elizabeth speak at Academy for Future Science seminars and at the 2018 Science of Consciousness conference in Tucson AZ. In Tucson, my partner and I personally chauffeured her around the conference in her wheelchair. She loved hanging out with us. I edited her slides too. She always had a swarm of interested physicists around her; an indication of her status as a leader in her field.

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

Yup, she was indeed an innovator and leader for so many - despite being in that wheel chair, she stood so tall in the field of scientific discovery. Thank you, Ken, for your love of my Mom to help her in so many kind ways - you are a generous person.

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Linda Haynes, Elizabeth’S Niece published condolence .

Elizabeth liked this description of her (I wrote this blurb to my half sister who wanted to meet her & asked what were Elizabeth’s favorite things & what was she like?: “My Auntie is all over the internet! One of her favorite things is to explore consciousness. She’s a strong woman & can do anything a man can do, she loves nature, giggling & laughing, raw cookie dough, traveling, staying up late, deep conversations, being silly & pondering & having fun in life & she loves animals...she likes hot tubbing & bending spoons...She has inventions & research papers & is the best Auntie in the world/& universe!”

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

I remember being raised on that raw cookie dough - back then, we had to mix it from scratch... and then it half of it before having to actually cook some. She is, as you say, a very eclectic personality with a diverse expertise!

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Kimberly Schipke published condolence .

Elizabeth and I spent the July of 2009 together where we sat, talked, shared papers, stories, wisdom and insights. Hottest on record. We would go swimming and eat prickly pear ice cream and drink a sarsaparilla soda in the Superstition mountains. We went on a magical mystery tour from Apache Junction up to Sedona then over to Carlsbad and up to San Jose, CA. It was an epic road trip and she was an excellent co-pilot keeping us entertained with her fascinating life stories. I spent couple Thanksgivings with her and we both shared a love of pumpkin pie. We both agreed that since we are adults we can eat our pumpkin pie BEFORE the meal... and so we did. This woman knew how to have fun. We shared a love of science and exchange of knowledge. She gave the most amazing hugs which were heartfelt. I will miss those the most. She could generate such a pure love field that just swallowed you up. So grateful for those moments. When I was there I found an anonymous quote that we both loved so I wrote it down for her and stuck it on her fridge... "I hope my achievements in life shall be these - that I will have fought for what was right and fair; that I will have risked for all that mattered; that I will have stood up for those who were in need; and that I will have left the earth a better place for what I've done and who I've been." You did all those thing Elizabeth and I intend to do the same. Thank you for your continued support from the higher harmonics of life. Dance dance dance sister! I love you!

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

She loved that mountain and going up there for the drive, the conversation, and the food (everyone should try that ice cream). And, yes, Pumpkin Pie is Mom' go-to favorite - essentially, she would eat Thanksgiving dinner every night of the week. I just took down that lil piece of paper from Mom's fridge... knowing it meant so much is few words and to preserve it. Thanks for your love, your story, you touching heart upon my Mother - and me.

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Larry Frascella published condolence .

Souls come into our reality from all different places. Some with vast more experience than others. Those Souls come with a mission.... To help their fellow Souls. When you meet someone with superior intelligence AND warmth and kindness like that of a child... behold! You are talking to one! Elizabeth Rauscher is one of those Souls!

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

So well said - we have a mission to serve one another and to express love deeply and often. She did that well and these message are a testament to her years of sharing. She was childlike even into her 80's! Her final hours were teasing two young children just like she was still only 8 years old. Thank you Larry.

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Dr Linda Lancaster published condolence .

My heart and love is always with Elizabeth! I am blessed to have known her and shared with her a deep understanding of the new sciences of life! Thank you Elizabeth for being in my life and you will never be forgotten for your amazing ability to share the knowledge of physics with us all!

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

And we are working diligently now to preserve her papers, books, conferences and more to keep moving with her influence on science and art! Thank you for you kind note.

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John K Hutchison published condolence .

https://www.facebook.com/679091140/posts/10156911786371141?s=679091140&sfns=mo

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

Less than a full-day later, there are 50+ messages for Mom! From Robbert Bengt: "She was a great friend to me. I once drove her to a conference; we spoke for hours about cosmology and physics. We swam in her pool. She made physics and the math approachable. We talked about life. I miss her humor and her humanity, her heart and her understanding of so much that’s important". From Eva: "She was a friend and a Trailblazer in science. I devoted an entire chapter to her in my book CONSCIOUSNESS, Bridging The Gap Between Conventional Science and the New Super Science of Quantum Mechanics." ..and so much more...

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Ken published condolence .

Science of Consciousness Conference, Tuscon AZ, 2018

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

Somehow, tell me if I might be wrong, but Mom is always at the front & center of these conference photos! ;-)

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Elisabet Sahtouris published condolence .

I only met Elizabeth in person once, but followed her amazing pioneering work in foundational physics over many years and several email communications. She was way ahead of her time, as some of us oldsters still are! Many blessings on her new journey. I know she is with you Brent!!!!

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

I love that she has had such great influence and offered encouragement to you with just a single initial meeting followed by love and sharing over a durable relationship! That's my Mom! And I wish you greatness in your endeavors - enjoy every achievement.

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Nick Begich published condolence .

How the mighty has fallen....she rose up out of the challenges of being a brilliant soul, independent of spirit and pure in her integrity as a person. True to the pursuit of the truth no matter where the science would lead, she never stopped, never quit and always loved. She was an inspiration to me and a friend I was honored to have engaged in the best of conversations and mutual lifting of each other in a world that is hard often. We are not alone in the world and Elizabeth now rides the other side in her work in the Universe. My Creator bless her now as she is lifted into the arms of love…..

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Linda Haynes published comment .

I love this so much. So beautifully said & true.

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Brent Rauscher published comment .

So well said - "she never stopped, never quit and always loved." Thank you!

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Linda Haynes, Elizabeth’S Niece published condolence .

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Linda Haynes, Elizabeth’S Niece published condolence .

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Lorraine Specht published condolence .

Elizabeth, I will always treasure the many conversations we had about the human heart and its interdimensional connectivity. You were a one of a kind, brilliant woman whose life made a difference to all humans for your having passed this way on this world in this life. May your etheric heart carry you wherever you need to next go. Blessings, dear Elizabeth.

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Stanley Krippner published condolence .

My memories of Elizabeth are all positive. We worked together at Henry Dakin's Research Center in San Francisco. We traveled to Brazil together for an international conference. We had lunch together recently with the Hurtaks and I was delighted to receive a copy of their important new book. We share an interest in the Hopis and other native traditions. I will miss her, and so will countless others.

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Jeremy White published condolence .

Truly a sad occasion! In the short time that I have known Elizabeth a one in a billion type of individual! A true loss for humanity. All our love for Elizabeth where ever she is traveling too! Namaste!

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Kevin Orlowski published condolence .

Elizabeth reminded me of my dad...so creative, light hearted, and highly intelligent. I'm sure Elizabeth will continue to dazzle the Universe from the other side with her insights and inventions. We will continue to move forward with her work and bring her much needed blessings to the world. Thank you Elizabeth! Please say hi to my dad and we look forward to continuing working with you in love and light, spirit and truth.

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John K Hutchison published condolence .

Love to try and upload this picture see my other post below I took this picture of Elizabeth in 2016 she enjoyed staying with us for a month at nesika beach where we shared stories and views the ocean before that we communicated a lot met up in Los Angeles meeting Star Trek folks hanging out at Dennis weaver house playing in the ocean she got all wet my girl friend yin Gazda got Elizabeth dry cloths before that I met her in rino at the university and as well at Apache junction we have many letters and I’ll miss her dearly she was a great Star Trek fan may your soul travel far and wide in the universe

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David Farnsworth published condolence .

I new Elizabeth for a very very long time I have always wished her the very very best always and God Bless her I will always remember her as a good friend... Godspeed Elizabeth

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Sue Alexander published condolence .

Dear Brent, Thank you for your thoughtful and loving email. I met your mother only twice in casual business settings with mutual friends, and I could tell she was someone very special. I absolutely know she remains with us in spirit, and I can only imagine her jetting around the universe addressing mathematical challenges of all sorts. Bless you, and, yes, the whole human family at this most challenging time. Our first meeting was interesting. We had guests from Idaho with us and she came to see us from Phoenix. Turned out she and our Idaho guest were sort of childhood sweethearts. It was an interesting reunion. As I recall not much business happened that night! :)

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