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Fix has an M.A. degree in behavioral science from Simon Fraser University and is the author of several books promoting the paranormal. He has also written books about Edgar Cayce and has translated some of his works.
Fix is most well known for his book The Bone Peddlers: Selling Evolution (1984) in which he proposed the concept of "psychogenesis," which posits that humans started off as spirits but slowly descended into matter. This occult idea was first put forward by the psychic Edgar Cayce.
Fix described the theory as a form of spiritual evolution; however, it is actually a creationist idea as it rejects evolution and naturalistic processes. The first half of Bone Peddlers rejected common descent and evolution based on the fossil record and the back half discussed psychogenesis from paranormal and parapsychology studies. Fix believed that humans obtained their material bodies through psychokinesis. He also claimed that humans can cause objects to materialise just by thinking about them.
 Fix and creationists
Fix's book Bone Peddlers has been quote mined and lied about by hundreds of Christian creationists. Creationist authors in an attempt have tried to use Fix as an example that evolution is falling apart from a secular non-Christian viewpoint, however Fix is not a scientist. Fix is an occultist and the back half of his book discusses reincarnation, out-of body experiences, psychokinesis, spirits and extrasensory perception all these things are deemed "heretical" by orthodox Christianity yet Fix believed they were all a reality. It is not suprising that the Christians who quote from Fix ignore and are silent on his paranormal and occult ideas.
In an article titled The Evolution Deceit Muslim creationist Harun Yahya has quote mined Fix's book and has lied about Fix by calling him an "evolutionist biologist". Yahya might want to look up the definition of deceit he fits it very well.
Fix has been described as a "crackpot" by the scientific community who have claimed that his criticism of the fossil record has no validity and that Fix is not a scientist. Christian creationists like to promote Fix as someone who is skeptical of evolution from a non-creationist viewpoint; however his, ideas regarding human origins is still a form of creationism, and Fix denies common descent.
- Star Maps: Astonishing New Evidence from Ancient Civilizations and Modern Scientific Research of Man's Origins and Return to the Stars (1979)
- Pyramid Odyssey (1984)
- The Bone Peddlers: Selling Evolution (1984)
- Lake of Memory Rising: Return of the Five Ancient Truths at the Heart of Religion (2000)
- Edgar Cayce (2006)