In introduction my name is Susan Demeter St. Clair and I am a Canadian based anomalies researcher, editor, writer, webmaster, content manager, database administrator, copy editor, social media manager and information services professional.
Currently I am conducting scholarly research supervised by a Ph.D. qualified sponsor on military and institutional social dynamics.
I have provided the Canadian Forces College, and Department of National Defence with research, editing and proofreading services that utilised my strong understanding and expertise of scientific parapsychology its principals and concepts, anomalies and social dynamics, and how such dynamics may interact with individuals and institutions, such as the military. I have also provided data analysis, and development of a qualitative, and quantitative database for the Department of Defence Studies at the Canadian Forces College.
I have collaborated with the Koestler Unit at the University of Edinburgh on the Europsi research study, including data collection and analysis-qualification of collected reports of perceived exceptional human experiences and anomalies.
Maintain a consistent high level of accuracy and integrity when collecting data on individual and institutional responses to anomalies and exceptional human experiences, through in person, phone, and electronic correspondence interviews, and questionnaires. Utilise my strong verbal and written communication skills to effectively conduct interviews and interact with a wide variety of people following core values of respect and dignity.
Excellent writing, proofreading and editing skills for English language text publications that are designed to reach a wide and diverse potential readership.
Developed and maintained a number of websites, blogs, and set up and maintenance of successful companion social media profiles and online communications for the purpose of information hubs, and as a recruiting tool for military historical re-enactment groups.
My research interests include institutional, and change dynamics, responses to anomalies and how they may interact and enact change within groups, and large institutuions such as the military, and direct experimentation with social PSI. I am currently conducting a series of experiments based in part on the work of the late mathematician Dr A.R.G Owen that will be the focus of a future book on UFOs, social PSI, and Magick.
Co-Collaborator with artist Dora Garcia on a contemporary art exhibition on the theme of exceptional human experience, anomalies, and marginalization. Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery Harbourfront Centre, Toronto Ontario
I have a background in inside sales, marketing, client support, and office administration. My professional experience includes electronic, and print publishing, primarily for insurance and financial publications. I have worked within the music and recording industry in a similar capacity.
Contributed as a technical consultant and segement producer on various media projects including print, electronic, broadcast radio, film and television. In addition, I have been a regular on-air guest contributor to CFRB's Mind Shift with host Errol Bruce Knapp. A complete list can be provided upon request.
My public speaking engagements are varied, and include presentations on folklore, spooklights, and other anomalies for Skeptics Canada, Ontario Institute For Studies & Education, University of Toronto.
In my free time I am a historical re-enactor and interpreter of mostly the Regency era. I currently volunteer with Heritage Mississauga.
My complete CV is available upon request.
Taken June 2015 Regency time tripping, living history volunteer Fort York Toronto Na-Me-Res Pow-Wow with Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation in celebration of National Aboriginal Day.
My inspiration and interests are an eclectic mix and include such diverse subjects as Parapsychology, ParaSociology, social PSI, frontier science, anomalies, unidentified aerial phenomena, Western esoteric knowledge and philosophy, Chaos Magick, memorial art, social history, early female aviators, folklore, synchronicity, reality, time, and the impossible.