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Ingo Swann's Book Penetration?

From: Xavier Delamarre <xavier.delamarre.nul>
Date: Fri, 06 Apr 2007 00:59:15 +0300
Fwd Date: Fri, 06 Apr 2007 09:01:47 -0400
Subject: Ingo Swann's Book Penetration?

I would like to initiate a discussion on a fascinating book
published in 1998 by Ingo Swann, the father of Remote Viewing,
who worked for the Stargate Programme, Penetration - The
Question of Extraterrestrial & Human Telepathy.

This follows a request of the same kind made on the same list by
Jean-Luc Rivera (07 Sep 1999) who then already noted the
deafening silence concerning this book (still true today).

Swann claims that he was engaged, in 1975, in a cover operation
with a deep clandestine organisation that:

1. made him remote view non-human construction on the moon,

2. encounter a beautiful and dangerous ET female in an Los
Angeles supermarket (!),

3. experience the materialisation of a triangular-shaped UFO on
a lake in Alaska.

The questions now are:

Is there any likelihood that Swann is a liar, a hoaxer or (what
is different) a fantasy prone personality?

In the negative, which one of the following solutions is the
most probable?:

a. Swann has been the object of a manipulation or testing by a
group performing some kind of MK Ultra type operation.

Some elements point towards this direction, like for example,
his difficulty to remember the events a long time after they
occurred and the one-way conversation with Axelrod.

b. He was indeed used by a (well terrestrial) counter
intelligence service engaged in the study of the ET/UFO

Some elements speak against this theory ; Axelrod & the Twins
have a very bizarre way of behaving for covert operation
specialists : they regularly park their cars on no parking areas
in open public places, a thing that a professional of covert
operation would normally never do (except of course if these
persons were only visible to Swann...) ; their way of
scrambling phone lines is very unusual for the technology of the
time ; the warning in a powder attached to his desk blotter is
extremely baroque...

c. Swann was tested by a non-terrestrial (!) (counter)-
intelligence body to check his real telepathic aptitudes,

that could be a threat to them.

Swann himself envisages the possibility that he is engaged in a
space opera in which two different sets of ET troops were
fighting some kind of war on Earth .... (chapter 8).

On the whole, it is clear that Axelrod and his henchmen are more
interested in Swann's telepathic abilities than by ET activities
; they act in the three scenarios (moon sighting, ET female,
Alaska UFO) as if they were trying to evaluate what he is
capable to know through CRV. This observation is made by Swann
himself and it leads him to the paranoid speculation that
telepathy is actively and deliberately suppressed in our present
society in order to keep well guarded various secrets.

D. I keep also in mind the fact that the UFO phenomenon, having
displayed since the beginning and as a recurrent feature its
capacity to manipulate individuals with simple scenarios (CE 3/4,
most of them bizarre, absurd and poorly informative), could also
perhaps elaborate more sophisticated scenarios with a real
literary value (Swann's book is a good reading), up to the
social or political scenarios that have led some observers to
untenable conspiratorial positions.

I would appreciate to have the views of erudite researchers on
this astonishing book (J. Clark, S. Friedman, N. Pope?),
provided of course that they have seen it, being out of print
and very hard to find.

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