Barbara Marx Hubbard

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Barbara Marx Hubbard.

Barbara Marx Hubbard (born Barbara Marx; December 22, 1929 – April 10, 2019)[1] was an American futurist, author and public speaker. She was known for creating "The Synergy Engine"[2] and the "birthing" of humanity.[3] She was born in New York City. She was the Co-founder and president of the Foundation for Conscious Evolution.

She was the subject of a biography by author Neale Donald Walsch, The Mother of Invention: The Legacy of Barbara Marx Hubbard and the Future of "YOU."[4] Deepak Chopra called her, "the voice for conscious evolution."[5] In 1984, she was nominated for Vice President of the United States for the Democratic Party.[6] She lost the bid to Geraldine Ferraro.

On April 3, 2019, Hubbard was hospitalized for a knee infection. She died a week later on April 10 at a hospital in Loveland, Colorado, aged 89.[7]

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  1. Heal Your Life: Most Important Question: What would you ask the President? January 15, 2012.
  2. Dekel, G. The Synergy Engine.
  3. Lessons from Neale Donald Walsch ‘The Mother of Invention: The Legacy of Barbara Marx Hubbard and the Future of You’. Part 1, page VII
  4. The Foundation for Conscious Evolution Website: Mother of Invention
  5. "Barbara Marx Hubbard |". sunriseranch.org. Retrieved April 20, 2019.
  6. 1984 Democratic National Convention Speech
  7. University, Ubiquity. "Tribute to Barbara Marx Hubbard". Retrieved April 20, 2019.

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