Felix J. Frazer
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|Felix J. Frazer|
|Born||Felix Julian Frazer|
9 December 1891 
Manhattan, New York
|Died||2 June 1968 (76)|
Los Angeles, California
|Affiliations||Continental Committee on Technocracy; Builders of the Adytum|
Felix Julian Frazer (December 9, 1891 - June 2, 1968) was an American electrical engineer and research consultant who was associated with the Technocracy movement in the 1930s. As an investigator and consultant for the Works Progress Administration and Rural Electrification Administration, Frazer was assigned to observe and assist several fringe energy projects, including the work of T. Henry Moray (who later accused him of smashing a prototype radiant energy device), James D. Burke (a.k.a. Floyd B. Merrill, among other names), and Cyrus W. Ostrom.
- Loeb, Harold; Polakov, Walter Nicholas; Frazer, Felix J. (1935), The Chart of Plenty: A Study of America's Product Capacity Based On the Findings of the National Survey of Potential Product Capacity, New York: The Viking Press
- Frazer, Felix J. (1937), A Better Way Toward an Intensive, Mechanized and Integrated Agriculture: A Self Liquidating Agricultural Project, Pismo Beach, CA: Modern Pub. Co.
- Frazer, Felix; Morse, Elsa Peters (1948), Tomorrow's Money, Los Angeles: New Age Pub. Co., https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/004905154
- Frazer, Felix J. (1967), Parallel Paths to the Unseen Worlds, Los Angeles: Devorss & Co., https://www.amazon.com/Parallel-Paths-Unseen-Worlds-Frazer/dp/0875162983/?tag=apopheniacs-20
- "Interview with Felix J. Frazer", The Joe Pyne Radio Show, 15, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1WhtnOHeds — precise date undetermined