Growing up, I had a couple friends whose parents worked as profs. at Laurentian University. The odd time when there was a science fair or a cool science presentation they would bring us along. About 10 years ago when I was just finishing up in highschool a very interesting person was to make a special visit at the University, his name was Ingo Swann.
At the time, I wasn't aware of who he was or what he was known for, but luckily my friend's dad the Prof. thought we would find this guy interesting...and it was interesting to say the least!
I got to witness a remote viewing experiment! They put Ingo blindfolded in a room full of different types of monitoring equipment and in a adjacent room they had L.U. students pick whatever objects they wanted and place them into small boxes...and he 'viewed' them all correctly! Needless to say I tracked down his book shortly after and it has forever changed the way I view many things.
The L.U. Professors put together this very interesting scientific paper about Ingo entitled 'Remote viewing with the artist Ingo Swann: Neuropsychological Profile, Electroencephalographic Correlates, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), and Possible Mechanisms'. (I know it's a mouth full)
Not many people know about this essay. Here is a link to the PDF:
(I went to school with Dr. Persinger's daughter, he's one of the authors on the paper)
If you recall, in Ingo's 'Penetration', near the end of the book he receives the book 'Someone Else is on Our Moon' by George Leonard as 'confirmation'. This is an amazing book if you are at all curious about the moon and what really might be goin on there. I tracked down a 1st ed. copy after much searching and it wasn't cheap but I'm sure you can find the PDF.
Hope that sheds some light
edit on 10-12-2012 by ArchaicDesigns because: Spelling