Susan Jones graduated with a high class honours degree in Mathematics and Education in 1990 from Nottingham University & worked in a leadership role in Education for 6 years. In the year 2000 Susan attained a distinction in an undergraduate diploma in British Archaeology and Prehistory from Oxford University and in 2006 gained a distinction in a Masters Degree in Science from Bournemouth University in the field of Osteoarchaeology. From 2006 to 2008 she worked as a research assistant and part time lecturer in zooarchaeology for Winchester University. Since then Susan has had her own business working as a freelance osteoarchaeologist producing specialist reports for a number of journals and publications.
Susan has a passionate interest in exploring the link between science and consciousness. She has met with a number of scientists and researchers that are exploring new research in the area of palaeotechnology, consciousness, energy fields & thought or intent induced processes and outcomes. She has developed interests in the area of quantum physics, sound & consciousness and since 2011 has followed Mahendra Trivedi’s research that explores the impact of experiments that explores the impact of thought induced biofield treatments on plants and non-living biofield treatment on a number of organic & inorganic, living & non-living materials within many fields of science. Susan under Mahendra Trivedi’s instruction has participated in a number of formal and informal materials.