Marc Seifer

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Marc J. Seifer
Marc Seifer in Serbia in 2007
Born (1948-02-17) 17 February 1948 (age 71)
ResidenceRhode Island

Marc Jeffrey Seifer (born 17 February 1948) is an American author who has published books on handwriting analysis (Graphology), human consciousness and the mind, biographies of the inventor Nikola Tesla, and several works of fiction.[1]

Seifer suggests that, "The high-tech conveniences we take for granted -- the cellular phone and television, for example -- would not exist without Tesla."[2]

Seifer has been featured as a guest of Coast to Coast AM, hosted by George Noory, a late nite radio show focused on esotericism and the paranormal.[3]

Seifer is also an adjunct professor at Roger Williams University.[4]


  • Wizard: The Life and Times of Nikola Tesla. New York, NY: Birch Lane Press (hardback), 1996; Citadel Press, Carol Publishing Group/Kensington Books, (softcover) 1997. ISBN 0806519606
  • The Man Who Harnessed Niagara Falls. Kingston, RI: MetaScience Publications, 1991. Translated into Polish under the title Forgotten Prince of Energy, (2001) Avanti Publishers, Lomianki, Poland.
  • Inward Journey: From Freud to Gurdjieff, Kingston, RI: Doorway Press, 2003.
  • Transcending the Speed of Light: Consciousness, Quantum Physics & the Fifth Dimension, Rochester, VT: Inner Traditions, 2008.
  • Definitive Book of Handwriting Analysis, Franklin Lakes, NJ: Career Press, 2008.
  • Mr. Rhode Island: A Harrowing Courtroom Thriller. White Plains, NY: Polyphase Productions, 2010. (Stephen Rosati, co-author)
  • Rasputin’s Nephew: A Psi-Fi Thriller. Part I of the Rudy Styne Trilogy, 2011. (Originally released under the title Staretz Encounter.) Bloomingfield, IN: Authorhouse, 2001.
  • Doppelganger: A Family Saga, Part II of the Rudy Styne Trilogy: The WWI years, 2011.
  • Crystal Night: A Family Saga, Part III of the Rudy Styne Trilogy, The WWII years, 2011.


  1. ^ "Google search for author: Marc J. Seifer".
  2. ^ Jaleshgari, Ramin P. (February 23, 1997). "Shedding light on a neglected genius". New York Times.
  3. ^ "Guests: Marc Seifer". Premier Networks.
  4. ^ "Marc Seifer". Feinstein College of Arts and Sciences: Roger Williams University. Archived from the original on 2013-05-21.

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