Bilimoria, Edi – Dr.

Edi BilimoriaDr Edi D. Bilimoria DPhil, DIC, FIMechE, FEI, CEng, EurIng. An ardent student of the perennial philosophy for over forty years, Edi has given courses and lectured extensively in the UK, and internationally in California, The Netherlands, India and Australia. He has organized and chaired several major conferences. His written work has been published extensively in the fields of science and the esoteric philosophy. His book The Snake and the Rope was awarded the book prize in 2008 by the Scientific and Medical Network. He worked as Education Manager for the Theosophical Society in Australia developing study courses and study papers, researching, lecturing and organizing international conferences; as well as supervising the Research Library, National Media Library, National Members Lending Library and the development of the website. Professionally, Edi works as a Consultant Engineer to the oil and gas,  petrochemical, transport, and defence industries. He is a great lover of classical music, a choral singer and a life-long, accomplished and dedicated pianist.

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  • Bilimoria, Edi – Dr. Dr Edi D. Bilimoria DPhil, DIC, FIMechE, FEI, CEng, EurIng. An ardent student of the perennial philosophy for over forty years, Edi has given courses and lectured extensively in the UK, and internationally in California, The Netherlands, India and Australia. He has organized and chaired several major conferences. His written work has been published extensively ...
  • Bilimoria, Edi – Dr. Comments Edi Galileo Commision Response
  • Endorsements for the Galileo Commission Report Modern science has accomplished unprecedented goals in demonstrating the potential for humanity to understand and manipulate the world around us. However, much of its effect (i.e. science and technology used to wage war or enable injuring and killing others, as well as the wanton wreckage of our environment to the point of threatening great numbers ...
  • Is The Brain a ‘Wet Computer’: Are Humans ‘Lumbering Robots’? – The Closing Of The Scientific Mind – Please use the link below to access the paper. Is The Brain a ‘Wet Computer’: Are Humans ‘Lumbering Robots’? – The Closing Of The Scientific Mind – Edi Bilimoria
  • Members and Advisers Galileo Commission Co-ordinators Prof Dr Harald Walach (Germany and Poland), Professor, Medical University Poznan, Lecturer and Visiting Professor, Department of Psychology, University Witten-Herdecke David Lorimer (France), Programme Director SMN Richard Irwin (UK), Director SMN Advisers  Dr Eben Alexander III (US), neurosurgeon and author Prof Chris Bache (US), philosopher, Youngstown State University Anne Baring (UK), Jungian analyst and author Prof Imants Baruss (Canada), psychologist, King’s University College Dr Vasileios ...