S.A. Stitz was born and raised amid the steel and concrete of New York City. His constant hunger to learn and understand the root of his strange abilities not found in those that he came to know enticed him to explore outside “normal” resources. While traveling the world Stan sought out tribal chieftains, ascetics, and shamans gaining knowledge about the legends, myths, folklore, and especially mystical events handed down throughout the ages.
Having a deep almost unworldly attraction to the Himalaya mountains Stan found himself in Nepal. It was there through a series of events that he was approached by a group of Red Hat Buddhist priests of the Nyingma school and Yellow Hat priests of the Gelugpa school. Together they visited many Buddhist and Hindu temples where he was asked to answer prepared questions and further to look and handle many different ancient items. Then after examining the items, he was asked to identify them and if pertinent explain their relation to him. Satisfied in their identification of him as an incarnate of high spiritual attainment they sent for a shaman of the Bon religion of Tibet (which predates Buddhism) to verify their findings. This the shaman did through ancient writings and astrological signs and events. For example: they found he was born in the year, month, day, and hour of the dragon according to the sans script charts. This too, was the exact date and time of awell-known, often written aboutprevious life he led in a region of Kashmir.
The priests insisted that Stan awaken and experience the truth of their finding through a form of meditation after he returned home. Through the years Stan awakened to learn of his previous lives, awakened the Path of Pure Mind leading to Ultimate Truth, and the why of his ability to utilize energy in numerous mystical ways. This too finally answered the reason for his unusual abilities and his original quest.
Stan created, wrote and editedthe monthly on-line spiritual newsletter Bridging Realities. Before he ended it in ’02 he had garnered over 250,000 subscribers in 80 countries, and still corresponds with of them today. Using Twitter one can read his daily posts @SA_Stitz and listen to his articles and poetry on Sound Cloud.