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Ingo Swann gets feedback regarding naked men on the moon
Remote viewer sees more than a "man in the moon"
The View from Marrs by Jim Marrs challenges bureaucratic secrecy and the status quo. Big Media watch out!
Naked male workers working under bright lights on the moon, tall buildings, exotic machinery, and strange vehicles leaving tracks in the lunar dust -
all this and much more was seen by Ingo Swann, the man most responsible for the phenomenon known as remote viewing.
Swann was invited to take a mental look at the moon by a man he knew only as Mr. Axelrod. This man might have been a real-life counterpart of the
cigarette-smoking man of X-Files fame. Mr. Axelrod claimed to be part of an ultra-secret government group investigating alien activities on both the
moon and the Earth. This actual "man in black" took Swann, blindfolded, to an underground government facility and had him agree to a remote viewing
Remote viewing is a psychic method of acquiring intuitive information about people, places and things. It was researched for more than a quarter of a
century, first by the CIA, and later by the U.S. Army, which created a unit of operational remote viewers to spy on the old Soviet Union and others.
Swann, who coined the name "remote viewing" as an alternative to the term "clairvoyance," studied the phenomenon at Stanford Research Institute
and helped train many of the Army's viewers.
During his remote viewing for Mr. Axelrod, Swann realized he was viewing scenes on our moon, but not anything remotely like the moon that we have
learned about. He saw water and a weak atmosphere on the moon, essentials for life. He also saw structures, machinery, bridges, tracks, and other
evidence of an active presence on this supposedly dead world. His incredible adventure with Mr. Axelrod and the moon is detailed in Swann's 1998 book
Penetration: The Question of Extraterrestrial and Human Telepathy.
But, as in so many bizarre remote viewing sessions, Swann received no immediate "feedback" following his strange mental vision of the moon. Swann
himself has stated that without adequate feedback, no remote viewing can be said to have taken place. It was about a year later when Swann felt as
though he finally got feedback on his strange mental journey to the moon.
It came in the form of a book published in 1976 titled Somebody Else Is On The Moon, by George H. Leonard. The book arrived in the mail with no return
name or address. In this book, almost impossible to find today, Leonard reproduced many NASA moon photographs as well as tapes from Apollo missions
and concluded that "a highly advanced underground civilization is working the surface of the moon - mining, manufacturing, communicating, and
"Leonard's book was filled with verifiable data, official photos, and sketches of structures, etc., he created from the photos," stated Swann.
"Many of Leonard.s sketches resembled some of mine."
"Yes indeed, the mysterious Mr. Axelrod had provided me feedback as promised, for there could be no doubt that it was his jolly self that sent
Leonard's book to me."
Swann's adventure with the moon occurred in 1975-76. Since then, several other authors claimed to have found the same evidence as Swann and Leonard,
regarding aliens on the moon.
In 1982, author William L. Brian II in his book, Moongate: Suppressed Findings of the U.S. Space Program, detailed information about activity on the
moon and posited "In all probability, the United States manned exploration of space never stopped after the Apollo missions. It is an interesting
possibility to consider that Russia might be sending cosmonauts on extended trips to the moon or other planets for up to six months using the Salyut 6
space station as a cover. Of so, what might the United States be doing, and could the Space Shuttle Project be another decoy for military space
By 1990, author Fred Steckling had printed five editions of his book, We Discovered Alien Bases on the Moon, a collection and analysis of 125 official
NASA photographs. Steckling too concluded there was water, atmosphere, even vegetation on the moon and, after a careful examination of the photos,
concluded, "There seems to exist a tremendous technology on the moon."
Since the books mentioned above are hard to locate, current researchers might study the second revised edition of the 1995 book by David Hatcher
Childress's, Extraterrestrial Archeology, available through Adventures Unlimited Press. This book is rife with NASA photos, drawings, and maps
detailing what the author says are pyramids, domes, robot mining vehicles, tunnels, bridges, and other structures on the moon.
Most compelling is a NASA blowup (NASA, VII Gassendi S 2.4) which shows two rounded objects leaving tracks across the lunar landscape. The larger
object leaves behind irregular track marks, while the smaller object appears to have rolled up the side of a moon crater, then moved down the crater
and out onto flat ground, leaving behind a slightly curved track.
Also fascinating are other photos. NASA No. 16-18918, which clearly shows a large oval object jutting out over the lip of a large moon crater, and No.
16-19265, which seems to show a large circular/domed object nestled next to 10 regularly-spaced objects, in what appears to be a partially underground
In 1968, a year before U.S. astronaunts landed on the moon, NASA published Technical Report R-277, titled Chronological Catalogue of Reported Lunar
Events, which lists more than 570 moon anomalies from 1540 to 1967. Some of the more intriguing events in this study include:
- A "star" was seen within the body of a crescent moon "directly between the points of her horns" on March 5, 1587.
- During March and April of 1787, Britain's Sir Frederick William Herschel, pioneer of the reflecting telescope and discoverer of Uranus, claimed to
have sighted three "bright spots," four "volcanoes," and lights moving "above the moon".
- In July 1821, a German astronomer reported sighting "brilliant flashing light spots". His was one of numerous reports of flashing or blinking
lights seen on the moon.
- In February 1877, a line or streak of light was seen stretching across the crater Eudoxus. This light was observed for about an hour, ruling out the
possibility that it was merely a meteorite striking the lunar surface with a flash.
- Two steaks of medium intensity light were recorded on June 14, 1940, in the crater Plato, a location where reports of lights have numbered in the
- A "black cloud surrounded by violet color" was seen in the Sea of Tranquility by Canadian astronomers on September 11, 1967.
- New York Herald Tribune science editor John J. O'Neill on July 29, 1953,claimed to have seen a 12-mile-long "bridge" straddling Mare Crisium.
After reporting his find to the Association of Lunar and Planetary Observers, O'Neill was scorned by astronomers. However, a month later, the
"bridge" was confirmed by British astronomer Dr. H.P. Wilkens, who told the BBC, "It looks artificial. It's almost incredible that such a thing
could have been formed in the first instance, or if it was formed, could have lasted during the ages in which the moon has been in existence."
Further confirmation came from Patrick Moore of the British Astronomical Association, who declared the "bridge" had "popped up" almost
Such Lunar Transient Phenomena (LTP) are well known among veteran astronomers. Bright and blinking lights, colorful displays, clouds, or mists have
been reported in many lunar craters, especially those of Aristarchus, Plato, Eratosthenes, Biela, Rabbi Levi, and Posidonius.
Then there are the numerous NASA photos of UFOs both on and near the moon. A 1972 16mm film taken from Apollo 16 (NASA File Roll 9361) clearly depicts
a spherical craft with a domed top, flying far over the moon's cratered surface. Just as amazing are photos of gigantic cigar-shaped objects
traversing the moon's face in NASA No. 16-19238 and 11-37-5438. A Lunar Orbiter IV photo (No. LO IV 89-H-3) depicts a large, cigar-shaped object
reflecting light while sitting on the surface near the crater Romer.
One thing seems clear - the moon is far from being a dead world. Something is happening on our moon, something so profound that, despite our
capability for further exploration, we are prevented from returning.
For further details on concerning UFOs and the moon, read Alien Agenda by Jim Marrs, available at bookstores everywhere. Also, Jim Marrs.s book on the
U. S. Government.s remote viewing program, Psi Spies, which was suppressed by the government in 1995.