Ingo Swann wrote a SECRET Psychic Threat Assessment for the U.S. Government. What are we to make of his tale of a beautiful extraterrestrial alien avatar shopping in Los Angeles? A preview of the new book “To the Moon and Back, With Love”
(STARpod.org) — She was dressed in the briefest of halters of pink with big yellow polka dots. Beneath that were short-shorts so short they barely existed. Far beneath that she wore a pair of platform high-heels about eight inches high. She had volumes of gorgeous black hair, and her eyes were covered by purple sunglasses.
She was absolutely awesome.
And she was an Extraterrestrial Alien Avatar: an extraterrestrial being in human form.
So writes Ingo Swann in his 1998 self-published and long out-of-print book “Penetration: The Question of Extraterrestrial and Human Telepathy.”
Why should anyone in their right mind accept anything this outlandish with even an ounce of seriousness?
Because the author of this bizarre tale of aliens on the moon, psychic spying against extraterrestrial invaders, and too close encounters of the strange kind, was officially responsible for evaluating the “telepathy” threat posed against U.S. government interests.
We know for certain the government was worried about Soviet telepaths.
Swann’s encounters took place a few years before his name appeared on “Advanced Threat Technique Assessment,” a SECRET classified document prepared by SRI International and marked as “National Security Information.”
Yes, it’s just another chapter in the strange history of America’s psychic warriors – perhaps the strangest chapter in the cold war saga of paranormal competition with the former Soviet Union – making The Men Who Stare at Goats seem positively sane by comparison.
Quoting from the report:
The purpose of this program was to provide a basis for assessing psychoenergetic processes as an advanced threat technology that could be developed by the USSR.
Psychoenergetic processes include:
(1) The acquisition and description, by mental means, of information blocked from ordinary perception by distance or shielding and generally believed to be secure against such access.
(2) The production of physical effects such as the perturbation of equipment or instrumentation that appears to be well shielded against, or otherwise inaccessible to, human influence.
It would seem, if we are willing to accept Mr. Swann at face value, the Soviets were not the only psychoenergetic threat.
From the documentation of that era, we know there was a STIC Science and Technical Intelligence Committee looking at the problem, as well as something called “The Enigma Panel.”
One might suspect the American “extraterrestrial division” remains at a much deeper level, if it exists.
According to a widely held UFO legend, U.S. President Truman initiated a super-clandestine 12-member advisory committee called MAJESTIC, which is associated with the Joint Chiefs of Staff, as MAJIC MJ12.
With Ingo Swann’s report, officially released and marked as such by the CIA, one doesn’t need to appeal to alleged forgeries like the MAJESTIC MJ12 documents.
Clearly “mental superpowers” were taken seriously.
But what about the alleged alien presence?
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Swann was led to believe in his Alien Avatar experience by a mysterious “Mr. Axelrod” –- and the fact that Axelrod’s men happened to show up at the Hollywood supermarket along with the extraterrestrial.
One might reasonably assume that Axelrod was pulling Swann’s leg, or even covering for the fact that Swann had spotted his men. Yet Swann was on his way to becoming a national defense asset.
Swann, who was initially taken with the ravishing woman behind the shades, experienced a sudden “electrifying wave” pass through him –- a warning notice of the physical sort, quickly reinforced by the presence of Axelrod’s undercover operatives.
To add to the mystery, Axelrod would later warn Swann:
“I feel obliged to tell you she is very dangerous. If you ever see her again, especially if she approaches you, make every effort to put distance between you and her.”
Eventually Axelrod arranged to put Swann face to face and under laser fire from an unidentified flying object.
Can we believe this strange tale? It all comes down to interpretation. But one thing is clear: intelligence operatives are on the record concerning the use of UFOs and paranormal activities for intelligence operations.
This article was adapted from the book “To the Moon and Back, With Love” by Gary S. Bekkum.
Aliens on the Moon?
TO THE MOON AND BACK, WITH LOVE
Secrets of the CORE STORY of Extraterrestrial Alien Contact
His name is Ingo Swann. In the 1970s, he was one of America’s secret weapons brought to bear against the Soviet Union: a psychic spy, personally tested by the CIA. In the 1980s, Swann held a TOP SECRET clearance, and was instrumental in training Army and Defense Intelligence Agency personnel. Swann’s psychic methods were a key component in the mind-war arsenal of the USAF, the Army, the Navy, the Defense Intelligence Agency, and many others, hidden deep inside compartments of the government. The story of extraterrestrial human-mind to alien-mind telepathy, dangerous personal encounters, and a near-death experience of coming under laser fire from an extraterrestrial vehicle somewhere in the northern wilderness of Alaska, sounds like pages torn from a science fiction novel. The core of the story is the threat of invasive ‘telepathy’ to penetrate the human conscious experience.
Copyright (c) 2012 by Gary S. Bekkum — All rights reserved.