Joan Bird has always been interested in the big questions: Who are we? Why are we here?
She uses a combination of science and spirituality to search for answers. In the introduction to her new book, she writes: “So I have a critical mind with a great respect for knowledge and scientific method. And I am comfortable with the fact that there are some things that science just can’t explain, at least not yet. Perhaps that is why I have always had an interest in those pieces of information that don’t quite fit into the dominant worldview.”
Bird has a Ph.D. in zoology and she’s a longtime member of the Institute of Noetic Sciences. She’s worked as a conservation biologist for the Montana Environmental Information Center, The Nature Conservancy and Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
A bit of synchronicity; I had just posted the item below about the Skinwalker ranch and portals, and was thinking I should mentioned Red Gate, Montana as one of those portals. I ended up not mentioning it, but saw this link on Lesley's blog a few moments later.
Red Gate is the area investigated some time ago by researcher Jim Marrs.