- Directed Daydreaming: Evoking epiphany from a more-conscious mind
While on a clandestine mission in Russia, one Mensan narrowly escaped disaster, aided only by a practice used by some of the world's greatest thinkers — and some mind-clearing sonatas.
- By Don White, Illustrations by Jonathan Moore
- Pre-purchase testing
Pre-pay your testing session fee with an American Mensa Testing Voucher. You'll be emailed a uniquely numbered voucher to present when visiting one of our test locations.
- September 16, 2014
- Know your Mensa
In 1946 the first United Nations General Assembly meeting took place in London, the U.S. Army made first radar contact with the moon and the first automatic digital computer, ENIAC, was booted up at the University of Pennsylvania. It’s no surprise that 1946 also marks the year that the first Mensa meeting took place.
- Member spotlight: Robert Schaefer
A Mensa member since 2000, Robert Schaefer is a retired U.S. Army Special Forces officer, diplomat, international defense expert and award-winning author. Earlier in 2014, Robert served as a Russian security analyst for NBC during the Olympics.
- My Digital Memory
After sustaining a traumatic brain injury in an auto accident, Thomas Dixon was forced to record new experiences, one tweet at a time, lest he forget about them forever.
- By Thomas Dixon, Illustrations by Tim Ogline