Psychic spy Ingo Swann wrote one of the most bizarre accounts in the history of the paranormal war effort. According to Ingo Swann, a super-secret group, led by a mysterious “Mr. Axelrod” put him mind-to-mind and face-to-face against an extraterrestrial avatar in human form.
So why did we cancel our lunar missions? No plans for more lunar missions in America’s future. Decreased funding for our once thriving space agency steadily negates any definitive answer to this ever provocative moon mystery, as well. — Don Ecker, Dark Matters Radio
Conspiracy theorists have pointed to alleged ‘evidence’ to support the claim of an Alien Moon Base, but someone who should know — Apollo 14 Moonwalker astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell, a believer in alien visitation to the Earth — says NASA has not been hiding evidence of alien visitors and none of the astronauts have witnessed anything to support the claims.
I asked Dr. Mitchell about Ingo Swann, one of the CIA’s extraordinary human performance superstars in the 1970s, who once held a TOP SECRET security clearance and trained psychic spies for the military. In 1998, Swann self-published a small book about extraterrestrial visitors and his own personal encounters which began while he was working at the CIA-sponsored Stanford Research Institute on anomalous mental perceptions — psychic remote viewing of targets in the Soviet Union.
Swann was contacted by a mysterious “Mr. Axelrod” (a pseudonym) who had a target he needed to be ‘remote viewed’ — typically this was done by providing coordinates of the location. When Swann agreed to have a look — after being blind-folded with a bag over his head and strip searched and brought to a secret underground location — he was shocked to discover the target was on the lunar surface, and there, before his mind’s eye, were humanoid extraterrestrial beings staring right back at him, using the powers of their mind’s eye. And according to Swann, whatever these beings represented, they appeared to have super-human powers of perception far beyond anything he had previously encountered.
“Very suspicious of Ingo’s claims about black ops and aliens on the moon,” emailed Mitchell, who then added, “It is certainly possible and even likely that ETs have had operations on and around the moon, but nothing that we (NASA astronauts) have seen and reported.”
This was not exactly what lunar conspiracy theorists wanted to hear, but at least Mitchell left the door open for otherworldly possibilities.
“I know of quite a few credible stories of ET communication with earthlings.”
Are there aliens on the Moon? Has the government been covering up the evidence? Is there anything to Ingo Swann’s outrageous claims of extraterrestrial goings-on?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 personnel. Swann’s psychic methods were a key component in the mind-war arsenals of the USAF, the Army, The Navy, the Defense Intelligence Agency, and many others, hidden deep inside compartments of the government. In 1995, Swann’s secret army of mind-warriors were revealed by Secretary of Defense Robert Gates (appearing as the former Director of Central Intelligence) on ABC Nightline, with Ted Koppel. A few years later Swann wrote one of the most bizarre accounts in the history of the paranormal war effort, now documented by CIA sanctioned release of the once super-secret programs known as STAR GATE. According to Ingo Swann, and partially supported by documents from STAR GATE, a super-secret group, led by a mysterious “Mr. Axelrod” (his real name remains a closely held secret) — put him mind-to-mind and face-to-face against an extraterrestrial avatar in human form. The story of extraterrestrial human-mind to alien-mind telepathy, a dangerous personal encounter, and even 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.
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