Freer, Neil

Neil FreerNeil Freer (+ 25 March 2016) was a researcher, writer, lecturer, philosopher and poet who lived in Santa Fe, NM. Neil held a BA in English and did graduate work in Philosophy and Psychology at the New School for Social Research. (He had purposely foregone graduate degrees because they focus one more and more narrowly on a particular specialization, tend to constrain one's thought and exploration to the established, consensual paradigm of the moment and bind one to tenure, peer and funding pressures.) He has taught college courses in Philosophy and History of Religion, gave private and public seminars and lectures and has done over two hundred radio and TV interviews.

Neil is the author of Breaking the Godspell, a book which explores the ramifications of the archaeological, astronomical and genetic proof for our being a genetically engineered species and presents the ramifications of this new paradigm of human nature that resolves the Creationist-Evolutionary conflict. In his second book, God Games: What Do You Do Forever? he explores the ways in which we will live when, individually and collectively, we attain the unassailable integrity afforded by the restoration of our true genetic history. He outlines the species maturity of the new planetary civilization and describes the "god games" of immortality, four dimensional consciousness, life after the Law Of Everything, alien contact, that the new human will play. Neil’s work has appeared as part of the symposium, Of Heaven and Earth (Book Tree, 1996) which includes the paper he presented as invited guest speaker at the Zecharia Sitchin Day special event at the International Association For New Science conference in 1996. An essay "In The Middle of Whose Ship Are You Standing?" is included in David Pursglove’s Zen And The Art Of Close Encounters. A one hour interview with Jeffery Mishlove on Thinking Allowed was aired nationwide on PBS TV September 13th, 1999. He has presented at the Sedona Millennium Conference and The Prophets Conferences. Neil’s most recent public presentation was as keynote speaker at the International MUFON conference in Dearborn, MI in July of 2003. He has presented at the Arlington Institute, a Washington, D.C. futurist think tank to an audience of Pentagon officers. Principal website:

Neil Freer was a member of the Advisory Board of the Exopolitics Institute.