Ion Grumeza is a Romanian-born historian and independent scholar whose work has been published in the United States and Romania. His particular area of study is geo-political events and their effect upon nations and territorial configurations.
After completing his Masters degree at the University of Bucharest, he began studying in the United States. For the past thirty years, he has conducted independent studies at New York City Public Library, Yale University, and libraries abroad. He was the Project Director for Science and Religion Articles of Distinction, funded by the John Templeton Foundation and managed by Templeton Foundation Press, and he has a Ph.D. in Metaphysical Sciences. He has been a frequent guest on Radio Free Europe and the Voice of America. His articles on military and political events have been published in military magazines and journals, and he has lectured at private and public schools in the United States. He is a member of the Authors Guild of America.
Effectology is the culmination of a lifetime of studying philosophy, religion, history, and science.