Swann was an artist, astrologer, author, and a well-known psychic. He became involved in parapsychology in Penetration is a strange book in which Swann tells about events that occurred to him in the s. Daz Smith asked Puthoff and Targ about their thoughts about the book. For what it is worth, to me the story reads as fiction. In they viewed the planet Mercury.
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Swann was an artist, astrologer, author, and a well-known psychic. He became involved in parapsychology in Penetration is a strange book in which Swann tells about events that occurred to him in the s. Daz Smith asked Puthoff and Targ about their thoughts about the book.
For what it is worth, to me the story reads as fiction. In they viewed the planet Mercury. He told Swann that he would get contacted by a Mr. Axelrod and urged Swann to help if he could and to ask no questions. About four weeks later Axelrod called. To cut the story short, Swann agreed to meet him, he gets picked up by two military-looking guys, gets frisked, and while wearing a black hood is taken to an underground facility.
Axelrod and Swann talk about remote viewing and, later over dinner, telepathy. It turns out that Axelrod wants Swann to view the dark side of the Moon. Redfern writes that at least seven attempts, all in vain, have been made to use the Freedom of Information Act to get documents about the project.
One of them just arched out—and never landed anywhere. There were a lot of domes of various sizes, round things, things like small saucers with windows … I found long tube-like things, machinery-tractor-like things going up and down hills, straight roads extending some miles, obelisks which had no apparent function p.
The reader gets the impression that Swann was utilized to confirm earlier suspicions. During the first remote viewing session Axelrod asks Swann if he is sure that he really sees actual lights when Swann gives an affirmative reply he breaks his pen.
After the initial shock, however, Axelrod does not seem surprised by what Swann reports, including that the Moon has an atmosphere.
Eventually Swann observes a group of naked humans and when two of them point at him Axelrod asks him to get away. Axelrod then decides that Swann has done enough. Swann asks whether they would have been able to kill a spying psychic. Before leaving Swann wrote fifteen pages about his thoughts about telepathy for Axelrod.
Those two pages of sketches are included in Penetration. Much of the rest of Penetration concerns Moon anomalies. Swann argues that the existence of an atmosphere and water on the Moon were discovered long before this was officially acknowledged. Swann believes that the Soviet Union and the U. She was dressed in the briefest of halters of pink with big yellow polka dots.
Beneath that were short-shorts so short that they barely existed. Far beneath that she wore a pair of platform high-heels about eight inches high. She had volumes of gorgeous black hair and her eyes were covered by purple sunglasses p. The hair on my arms practically stood at attention, and the hair on my neck definitely did … My throat went dry. My hands started shaking p. Then he noticed the two military-like types that he had met back in Both were clearly there to observe her.
Later in the book Axelrod and the two military-like types take Swann to a lake somewhere in the north to observe an UFO. The reader gets the impression that it arrives there at certain times to get water. Rather than just observing the UFO they all have to flee when the UFO appears to start killing off animals in the vicinity. In the last part of the book Swann writes about coverups, consciousness, and telepathy.
He argues that people in higher echelons fear telepathy and that extraterrestrials may fear it too. However, I think it is fair to say that the kind of telepathy that is feared is actually the science fiction kind, real mind-reading, probing memories and extracting information.
Swann thinks that Axelrod implied that the dangerous female had a type of telepathic ability that could be used for more than just transferring information. A special edition of Penetration was published in That edition includes a chapter about remote viewing of the planet Mars, first by Sherman and Swann in , later in , by Swann and four other individuals, one being Thomas McNear, who has contributed an Afterword.
The chapter was found in the draft book manuscript and was probably meant to be the first in a section about Mars. The descriptions about what was observed on Mars are sketchy, but buildings and ruins were seen. McNear acknowledges that he is still reluctant to discuss what the saw.
Schwartz suggests that the remote viewers might have seen the future rather than the present situation on Mars. Not mentioned in the book is that Swann appears to have returned to the Moon and to Mars.
Needless to say, Penetration is a strange book. My understanding is that it would have been even stranger if Swann had updated it. References McMoneagle, J. Mind Trek rev Ed. Redfern, N.
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Since , his name and work have been incorporated into most contemporary books about PSI and the "paranormal. His involvement in government research projects required the discovery of innovative approaches toward the actual realizing of subtle human energies. He viewed PSI powers as only parts of the larger spectrum of human sensing systems. Ingo was the author of over a dozen books. His publisher, Swann-Ryder Productions, has reissued most of his titles as ebooks, audio books and paperback books.
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