posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 04:09 AM
Originally posted by Whateva69
If i was half as talented as he is or as they say he is, i would use that ability for much much more than spying on extraterrestrials and what not.
Well, this what you have said is a huge underestimation of what that man actually did.
Let's see what he did not do.
Hi did not actively spy on ET, actually.
At the beginning of the session described in the book Penetration - he was not aware of what the remote viewing target is. Only later to figure out
what is possibly going on there (on the Moon) and much later to start to connecting the dots.
I admire that man very much for his writings, and the way how he tries to explain human cognition and perception from the broader perspective. It is
interesting that many times his focus is on what is omited from the concensus of public knowledge, what is not conceptualized yet, or what is fierecly
denied. As for example - common understanding of telepacy and clairvoyance is so disturbingly misleaded - no wander ridicule and dismissal of human
congential abilities is at the full spin, and the true knowledge suppressed.
From detecting what is lacking from broadly accepted cosmology, one can clearly starts to realize incompleteness speaks louder than what is inforced
as the truth.
One can easily fall into the conclusion that missing knowledge is normal at this stage of development and that science is undpoubtedly heading to
the greater level of understanding.
But then, when you learn that many things were discovered, and removed from the public eye...one has to wander - what is going on really.
To my oppinion Ingo Swann did much, much more than merely brag about his supernatural abilities, but he is a man much ahead of his time, and
knowledgable and educated so that perhaps many will not understand his writings. Last but not the least - the q of who financed the experiments
conducted at SRI is not to be taken lightly.
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