Prior to her role of Executive Director and President at The Monroe Institute, Nancy “Scooter” McMoneagle provided astrological services out of the Astrological Services Division of Intuitive Intelligence Applications, a company she co-owns and operates with her husband of remote viewing fame, Joseph McMoneagle. In her earlier career days, Nancy helped Bob Monroe to pioneer and create The Monroe Institute (TMI) for consciousness research and education. She later served as its Director from 1983 – 1991.
Nancy also served two terms as President of Nelson County’s Chamber of Commerce where she worked to enhance economic development and regional cooperation in her own and neighboring Virginia counties. As a result of her efforts, Nancy received the Community Builder’s Award from the Masons of the 21st Masonic District.
In addition to her international astrological practice, Nancy has been a freelance writer for Ivanhoe Broadcast News out of Winterhaven, Florida, and has written a number of articles for the Sydney Omarr Astrological Annual Guidebooks.
Nancy’s main focus and intent is to help individuals achieve a greater overview of their lives and to inspire within them a sense of enthusiasm about who they are and what they have to offer. Now, as the Executive Director and President of TMI, she will continue both personally and professionally to focus on exploring, understanding, and expanding greater levels of personal development, that, in turn, can lead each of us toward a growing awareness, realization, and utilization of our untapped talents and skills.
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Spatial Angle Modulation or SAM is a new audio support technology developed by The Monroe Institute within the context of contemporary scientific revelations about consciousness and neural microtubules which, based on a quantum mind hypothesis, supposes that consciousness consists of a series of discrete events or objective reductions (at ± 40Hz) of the quantum wave function within neural microtubules. We experience these as a continuous flow of consciousness, as do we individual frames in a movie-our consciousness appears continuous because the frames are happening in rapid succession.
Once modern science uncovered what appears to be a neurological basis for personal experiences such as intuition, inspiration, revelation, transcendence, ESP, NDE, etc., we set about developing an advanced sound technology founded on this new understanding. The result of this effort is an innovation based on the established principles of acoustic resonance and fits well into our long history of audio guidance systems.
SAM mimics the sound that a listener would hear in open air if a sound source emitting a single frequency tone were moving in an arc. This is achieved through the use of a stereophonic field presentation using earphones or speakers. The spatial angle of the apparent sound source location as it moves rapidly around the listener produces a modulation or change in the tone-a tremolo effect-as it is perceived by the listener. It is this tremolo effect coupled with the size and orientation of the arc produced that give SAM its ability to influence regional brain activity and changes in states of consciousness.
In practice, multiple signals (SAM arcs at different frequencies and locales) may be presented simultaneously. In addition to controlling the nominal frequency of the sound source and the frequency at which the arc effect is produced, there are several other parameters that can be adjusted to control spatial aspects of the signal and its measurable effects on regional neural activity and consciousness.