I was reading Ingo's PENETRATION again and still got confused on its truthfullness and its absurdities.. one time it sounds legit and the other times
its laughably bad.
Anyone here already connect the dots on Ingo swann's book PENETRATION regarding his secret task to remote view moon's farside (by some unknown agency)
and his feedback in a form of a book by George Leonard (Someone Else On The Moon) ? and on his take of certain biological non-human that living among
Regarding the Moon Remote View feedback , looking at the George Leonard's book and the photo presented in the book, my opinion is that his conclusion
are a bit too imaginative ASSUMING thats all the photographic data he scrutinized. If he arrived to his conclusion based on unpublished
farside/darkside moon landscape then its another matter. If this 'axelrod' guy really send this book to Ingo as a feedback, then the content of that
book is way too speculative and not the ones that ingo RV'ed.
My opinion on ingo swann is that he is telling the truth (mostly) on his life + job , but due to some reason he combine fiction with reality in his
Some oddities on Ingo Swann's Penetration's book :
- Ingo's remote viewing the moon, might it be clouded/influeced by other people's thinking ? i mean remote viewing can also gets diluted by public
perceptions just like that remote viewer who mitaken fictional Santa Claus as a terrorist flying in the north regions. So his moon remote viewing
results are all fiction ?
- For some reason this 'axelrod' guy said to ingo to keep their meetings secret for 10 years. why 10 years ? after all there are not a single written
contract between ingo and this guy. Is this how intelligence works ?
- The Alien female incident, where the 'twins' operatives said they are shadowing. I got a feeling these 'operatives' are really the ones that
shadowing ingo , and the fear reaction from ingo is from these guys and not from the females. Once these guys are seen by ingo they seem to pretend
that they are following the female and not ingo.
- Ingo's conversation with his friends , the 2 females that have great knowledge on goverment conspiracies. These 2 ladies also corroborate ingo's
fears that there already exist non-humans among us and they are dangerous.
One other interesting tidbits from these , Ingo Swan said he was tasked to RV moon in 1975. He was RV-ing some kind of life form (humanoid) that can
sense his 'presence'. Suddenly the operation (the whole ops) was terminated and everybody go home. When ingo asked if these guys are dangerous, his
handler said 'there's no conclusive evidence'. But its also said in the book that the agency also recruit other people to RV moon before ingo. And as
i recall the best RV-er are Ingo and Pat Price. Pat Price died suddenly (and painfully) in 1975. This pat price guy are the one that very interested
in UFO and their bases. I dont know if his death have any correlation to ingo's tasking. did Pat Price also RV moon before ingo ?
if the one who wrote this book is bob lazar or Lear or Dean or Greer i will just throw it out of my mind, but since its Ingo i have a feeling there is
a bit of truth in this book, just dont know which one is truth and which one is deception..
what do you think on Ingo Swan ?
edit on 7-7-2013 by milomilo because: S&P