In "Penetration," Ingo Swann, renowned psi researcher, reveals long-held secrets about a covert U.S. government "remote viewing" agency, which later was made famous by the book and movie, "The Men Who Stare At Goats."
This agency was so secret that it had no paper trail, and hence no written secrecy agreements (only verbal ones). Once Swann's agreement expired, he was free to tell of meetings in underground bunkers near Washington, D.C., and of being taken to a remote location near the Arctic Circle, where he witnessed the arrival of a huge UFO over the surface of an Alaskan lake.
This book discusses undeveloped human telepathy, and contrasts it with the probable existence of fully developed alien telepathy, which may have many different forms.
Swann also explores the fact that we officially know far more than we're admitting about the Moon, which sometimes exhibits unusual features.
"Penetration" is about ESP and telepathy - the means by which we can learn more about those not of this earth. Do we have the means to answer some very important questions about our reality? Inside these pages lie some of the possible answers.
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Ingo Swann is the father of remote viewing. Swann developed the protocol for and conducted the first-ever remote viewing experiment, and coined the term for it in 1971 while working with researchers at the American Society of Psychical Research in New York. Shortly thereafter, he and Dr. Harold E. Puthoff, Ph.D. conducted a remote viewing experiment that caught the attention of the CIA, leading to more than two decades of government involvement in the remote viewing program.
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Descripción Ingo Swann Books, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110966767403
Descripción Ingo Swann Books, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0966767403