offering modern tools of technology based on ancient principles of healing,
designed to assist group process and personal development
Products and Services
Ancient Technologies offers a wide array of products and services including:
Holotope – unique meditation technology using light, color, sound, form and beauty
Light Labyrinth with Music Visualizer– a multi-sensory experience of sound, quartz, and colored light technology
Spectacular Crystals – carefully selected by Kirby Seid and imported from around the world
Crystal Consultations and Artifacts – unique crystals or stones for specific transformational work
Custom-made Shamanic / Healing Tools – specific tools for your teaching, tradition, or healing practice
Private Light Labyrinth Sessions – one on one with our experienced facilitators
Day & Evening Workshops – inner exploration with the Holotope, Light Labyrinth and Quartz Crystals
Kirby Seid, our founder, also manages a gem and mineral business, traveling the world for crystals and ancient artifacts, and creating tools for shamanic practices. He has been teaching crystal workshops for the past 30 years. Kirby has a B.A. in Psychology and is dedicated to uniting the crystal/mineral kingdom with our spiritual human evolution. View Kirby’s amazing crystals for sale at www.seidcrystals.com
Randall Fontes, co-creator of the Holotope, studied light and meditation for over 50 years. From his very first memories he was fascinated with light, and he spent most of his life researching the scientific and mystical applications of light and color. He received a Masters in Psychology from Sonoma State University in conjunction with Stanford Research Institute. Randall collaborated with Harold Puthoff and Russell Targ at Stanford to develop Remote Viewing protocols. Because of his extensive research and development with light, and his work on “The Secret Life of Plants” movie, he was a guest on “The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson”, “The David Susskind Show” and the NBC special “Wild Sciences”.
Hillary Lynne is our managing partner: webmaster, copy-editor, facilitator, marketing and e-commerce director. She is a natural intuitive, and a graduate from California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo. In addition to our guidebooks, she produces all of our printed and digital materials, photography and promotional videos, and technical design for our software.
Darren Gibbs, our music visualizer designer, is a creative innovator and programmer extraordinaire. He is also a performance artist and musician. Darren has been experimenting at the intersection of sound, technology, and consciousness for many years. He has studied and taught visual arts & music technology at the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. He studied electronic music as a graduate student at Mills College in Oakland, California. Darren continues to create music, sound sculpture, and intermedia performances as well as pursuing his studies in Tai Chi, sound and shamanic healing, drumming, meditation, and yoga.
Yasi Poursamad, ResLight Player software designer for the Holotope computer interface. He has a passion for combining technology with live performance, and collaborated with Randall for many years on the Holotope software interface prior to Randall’s passing in 2019.
Christopher Harris, our “super-tech” engineer, has been involved in the electronics industry for the last 20 years in R&D and as an electronics instructor. Along with hand constructing each Light Labyrinth and our Holotope Projectors, Christopher has an uncanny ability to handle everything else we throw at him, from producing plaster replicas to customer support and custom installation. Chris claims his job is always exciting, “It’s like coming to work in a jelly bean factory.”
Rebekka Maestre is a personal and business coach, hypnotherapist and writer. She has been involved with our team for many years: organizing events and seminars, and co-authoring both the Light Labyrinth and Holotope guidebooks. She previously led Vision Team workshops and has managed, consulted, owned small businesses and retail stores, and taught in innovative programs for special needs children.