Ryan Hite (born February 3, 1993), is an American author, philosopher, and student best known for his first work, Through Minds’ Eyes, and books based off it. He is also known as the founder of the Hitian Philosophy and the Church of the Americas Foundation. He is currently a student at the University of Colorado at Boulder and is well known for some of his freelance work as well. He is the webmaster for Hite Magazine and the Church of the Americas Foundation blog. He is also an influential blogger on religion, politics, and happenings at the University of Colorado.
His works and blog have won him critical acclaim. His book is published through Hay House, by way of the self-publishing division, Balboa Press. He is also the brainchild of C-City and the Hite Corporation, according to his website, and is working on many writing projects as well.
Ryan was born and raised in Conifer, Colorado, and moved to the town of Littleton in 2000. He attended Chatfield Senior High School and graduated in 2011. He moved to Boulder to attend the University of Colorado in 2011 and is expected to graduate in 2015 with a degree in Environmental Design.
Ryan was a member of the Roman Catholic Church before developing his own philosophy starting in 2011 after being greatly influenced by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In 2012, he developed Through Minds’ Eyes as a reaction to his experiences during his first year in Boulder and released his first work in 2013, when he was just a sophomore in college.
Ryan’s eclectic spiritual journey began in May of 2009 during a vision that he had. The dreams and visions went without notice until his freshman year of college, during which time, he went through many experiences revolving around a group of people that now consist of fourteen of the closest friends that he ever had.
Shortly after his freshman year of college, he started to publish a book entitled Through Minds’ Eyes and finished it in the Fall of 2012. It was picked up by Hay House and was published through Balboa Press in March of 2014. It served as the inspiration for the founding of the Church of the Americas Foundation and Hite Magazine, and it would also serve as the primary text for the philosophy that is now being advocated by Ryan in his professional work.
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