"In 2006, he received the Alyce and Elmer Green Award for Innovation the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine.
"He has been researching his theories about life and its meaning for more than 30 years, as far back as the inception in the late 1970s of the Dragon Project (latterly the Dragon Project Trust), launched to bring together dowsers, scientists and other technical experts to investigate energy effects at megalithic sites...
"Like many an innovator before him, Harry has found himself on the fringe of science, but his recent work has become acceptable in orthodox scientific circles. His 1988 book, The Dark Side of the Brain: Major Discoveries in the Use of Kirlian Photography and Electrocrystal Therapy, co-authored with Roger Coghill, was made available as a Kindle edition in 2011. An in-depth exploration of Harry’s research by Jane and Grant Solomon, Harry Oldfield’s Invisible Universe, was published in 1998. "
Resources and articles
- kgmn Biographies, organizational web page, accessed June 12, 2014.