Aloha all, below is a very important article in American Chronicle that
analyses the remote viewing program that was implemented in the early
1970s at the Stanford Research Institute, and the recruitment of one of
the remote viewing stars into a black programs involving ETs. The article
describes the history of remote viewing as something first sponsored by
the CIA to identify the potential of psychic espionage, and then
operationalized for military intelligence agencies by those involved in
the Project Star Gate at SRI. The author of the article, Gary Bekkum,
uses recently released documentation to confirm this history and how
remote viewing was regarded seriously by various branches of the
intelligence community.

Most interesting in Bekkum's analysis is how the star of the CIA's remote
viewing program, Ingo Swann, was recruited by a covert operative, Mr
Axelrod, to spy on extraterrestrials. Swann remote viewed
extraterrestrials on the moon with bases on the dark side. In later
interviews, Swann said that they were breathing unaided thereby
suggesting there is an atmosphere on the moon. Most interesting was an
experience in a Los Angeles supermarket where Swann observed an
extraterrestrial female who was extremely attractive being followed by
two of Axelrod's operatives. Swann quickly exited the venue due to his
fear of what might happen. One can only imagine what may have happened if
Swan, not the bravest of men, actually approached or psychically
contacted the extraterrestrial to question her. Axelrod later contacted
Swann to discuss the extraterrestrial female and to warn him that she was
"extremely dangerous". Swann took Axelrod at his word, and never made an
effort to contact her again which with his psychic abilities, would not
have been too difficult.

What the above episode confirms is that stories of human looking
extraterrestrials being on Earth is very accurate, and that these ETs are
being monitored. One example of this is the following story I received
some time ago and 
posted on the prepare4contact forum. The Swan
revelation also confirms that the agencies do their best to frighten
people away from having anything to do with such ETs. This suggests that
we are being gradually indoctrinated with stories of grays, reptilians
released by 'abductees'; but those experiencing positive benevolent
contact with human looking extraterrestrials are prevented from coming
forward into the public, and their material suppressed. This would
support an eventual disclosure of the ET presence that would perpetuate
national security concerns.

Another interesting episode involves Swan being taken up to Alaska to
observe a UFO emerging from a lake. The UFO 'grew' in mid air suggesting
that extraterrestrials are able to manipulate time and space by adjusting
their size. This supports the theory of Eric Julien who in the Science of
Extraterrestrials, claims that it is through the ability to manipulate
size, that extraterrestrials are able to exploit the space time continuum
for traveling throughout the universe 
 for Julien's theory

Aloha, Michael E. Salla, PhD


To the Moon and Back, With Love
Gary S. Bekkum
August 3, 2006
Government consultant Ingo Swann's tale of covert extraterrestrial
activity on the moon takes on a new twist, now that the CIA STAR GATE
documents support many of his claims.

This is the bizarre true tale of Ingo Swann's psychic work for the U.S
Government, at various agencies including the CIA and the DIA (now
substantiated by the CIA release of roughly two thirds of the existing
STAR GATE documents) and his personal allegations of a mysterious black
operation that first contacted him during the peak of CIA sponsored
testing at the Stanford Research Institute.

If Ingo Swann is to be believed, and this coming from a man with top
secret clearance that in his day briefed and trained officers from the
USAF, the Defense Intelligence Agency, INSCOM, and many others too
numerous to mention, then there is some truth to the rumors of an
otherworldly intelligence working behind the scenes here on Earth. Not
only are they already here, according to Swann's testimony from a rare
out-of-print book, self-published in 1998, but they are building
something on the far side of the moon.

And they are not friendly.

The truth is stranger than fiction, and this story is guaranteed to
stretch the imagination right back into reality. For Ingo Swann, the
turning point leading into the cloak and dagger world of deep black ops
and weird requests for psychic surveillance of the moon and beyond began
in early 1975. When Swann published his tale in 1998, most of the CIA and
DIA classified documents from the secret STAR GATE program were still
unavailable to the general public. As this story goes to press, in the
summer of 2006, more than 80,000 pages of documents are close at hand
here at Starstream Research, including the results of medical and
psychological tests conducted on Mr. Swann as a result of his CIA
sponsored testing while working with SRI: The Stanford Research
Institute, in the 1970's.


In the early 1970's concerns began to float about the various
intelligence agencies over a psychic war gap with the Soviet Union.
Unknown to the general public, the Soviets were busy exploring fringe
science: application of the dark shadow of the paranormal world for

Swann's abilities had been tracked for some time, but they really
attracted the powers that be in Langley with the recording of an apparent
perturbation of delicate test equipment by Swann's mental perception. In
addition to disturbing the output of this sensitive instrument, Swann was
able to produce a rough description of the device, which he had never
seen previously.

In a letter dated June 27, 1972, Dr. Hal Puthoff of SRI wrote, "At the
suggestion of Russell Targ I am writing you about an observation in the
laboratory involving one Ingo Swann, a New York artist ... An interesting
side light of the experiment was that Ingo was able to describe rather
well what the interior of the device looked like, apparently with some
form of direct observation." Although redacted, it is likely that the
recipient of this letter was at the CIA. Apparently sponsorship of Dr.
Puthoff's interest in Swann's mental interaction with the test equipment
followed quickly.

Among the STAR GATE files is a Stanford Research Institute (SRI)
Technical Memorandum dated 22 February, 1973, prepared by Dr. Hal Puthoff
and Russell Targ, Contract Number 1471(S)73 and tagged by CIA/ORD #

"A program in biofield measurements was initiated in July, 1972 with a
preliminary experiment with Mr. [Ingo] Swann. In this work using a
shielded magnetometer, Mr. Swann apparently demonstrated an ability to
increase and decrease at will the magnetic field within a superconducting
magnetic shield. This experiment made use of an existing facility and we
have confidence that Mr. Swann had no prior knowledge of either the
apparatus or of our intended experiment."

An August, 1972 memo to the Chief of TSD/BAB at the CIA notes that, " ...
[name redacted] and somebody named [redacted] from [CIA] Life Sciences
are planning a trip to the West Coast on 11 August, when they will meet
Ingo Swann and have a chance to watch him flex his sphincter ... Life
Sciences is planning on forming a coordinating committee to work on ESP
and the data that is coming in ..."

When we contacted the unnamed former officer from CIA Life Sciences, he
confirmed the authenticity of the document, but denied any knowledge of
Swann's tale.

An undated draft memorandum from Deputy Director for Operations William
Colby, addressed to the "Director of Central Intelligence," reveals the
clandestine nature of CIA involvement in research using human subjects:

"Recently, two individuals, Mr. Uri Geller and Mr. Ingo Swann, appear to
have demonstrated certain of these abilities [paraphysical effects] under
controlled laboratory conditions. The abilities of these individuals
(unwitting of Agency [CIA] sponsorship) are being submitted to a serious
scientific investigation, part of which is being supported by the above
mentioned project."

An anonymous source, working in the alternative energy and transportation
industry recently commented that "Actually, they became interested in
Swann when he RV'ed [psychically remote viewed] some of their well-hidden
deep underground vaults, and the contents thereof. This was when they
approached SRI because they were finally truly scared about the reality
of RV [psychic remote viewing] as a tool in the hands of the Soviets."

Based upon the available records in STAR GATE, no one seems to have
seriously considered that all of these manifestations of the impossible
were strong indications of interference in human affairs by higher
intelligence with more powerful technologies at their disposal. Or did
they? Swann's account in his book suggests that someone lurking in the
shadows was paying very close attention; someone whose reach included the
often super-secret work done at SRI.

Starstream Research was able to uncover Swann's medical and psychological
test results from SRI documents, even though the test subjects were
referred to only as S1 through S6. One of the CIA memos failed to redact
the names of the participants, and it was simple enough to use the
process of elimination of sex and age to determine the identity of Ingo
Swann and Pat Price, two of SRI's early star performers.

According to the official record, Swann was in almost every way perfectly
normal. He certainly wasn't delusional, as the tests confirmed.

[SRI data on medical and psych tests

During the early days the CIA funded SRI research team harbored concerns
that the Soviet KGB would be interested in the work they were doing, and
always held in the back of their minds that they might someday be
kidnapped, or worse. Cold war paranoia was still in full bloom during the
early days of psychic-spy research.


Swann's departure from psychic experiments funded by the CIA, into the
mysterious black unknown, began with his recruitment by a man who called
himself "Mr. Axelrod."

A CIA memorandum for the record dated 21 January, 1975, documents the
status of the SRI program just prior to Axelrod's appearance:

"In 1972 reports of paranormal activities being documented at SRI by Dr.
H. Puthoff and Mr. R. Targ reached the Agency. The original contracts
were [redacted] OTS/APB and [redacted] ORD/TC. A small work order type
contract (approximately $10,000) was initiated by [redacted] with the
permission of Dr. S. Gottlieb, D/OTS. This contract arranged for SRI to
administer controlled laboratory testing of Mr. Ingo Swann, a New York
City artist, with claimed paranormal abilities. Mr. Swann was tested and
produced significant data under controlled conditions."

We will only mention that Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, D/OTS was heavily involved
in the notorious CIA experimentation on human subjects using LSD, under a
project called MKULTRA.

In late February, 1975, Swann's affair with the mysterious operation
interested in extraterrestrial activity was initiated by a phone call
from a well placed acquaintance, who alerted Swann to a forthcoming
contact with a real-life man in the black.

Weeks later the call came in at 3AM, requesting Swann's presence in
Washington, D.C.

The mysterious contact from Mr. Axelrod directed Swann through a series
of covert meetings at various locations. In the first meeting Swann was
instructed to wait at the Museum of Natural History at the Smithsonian,
until he was contacted by Axelrod's operatives. In a scene worthy of a
Hollywood movie, Swann was subjected to a full body search while en-route
to the clandestine meeting. To prevent Swann from knowing the location of
Axelrod's secret underground lair, a black hood was placed over his head.

Needless to say, by this point Swann's mind was spinning, wondering what
on Earth he had gotten himself into.

The strange twists and turns of Swann's recruitment into black ops
psychic spying would eventually culminate in a close physical encounter
with what appeared to be an alien machine.

Who was this Mr. Axelrod? One legendary group of alleged deep black
government insiders, brought into the limelight by a series of 'leaked'
papers (unlike the STAR GATE files, which were officially released by the
CIA) is known as MAJESTIC. Our anonymous source questioned the likelihood
of Swann's mysterious Mr. Axelrod being involved with the so-called MJ-12
MAJESTIC group, which the FBI has declared as originating from bogus UFO
documents. Although the FBI has stated that the various MAJESTIC
documents are fakes, one of our other intelligence sources recently
suggested that the bogus documents may have been used to pass real
intelligence to the Russians.

Mr. Axelrod's mission statement to recruit Swann was purely verbal: there
was to be no paper trail; no secrecy statement; lending some evidence
that Axelrod's people might have been working under non-official-cover
(NOC) -- they would be denied by those in charge if their activities were
ever revealed.

Swann soon learned Axelrod's primary interests were less than Earthly. In
addition to the potential of remote viewing the lunar surface, Axelrod
also had a fascination with the concept of telepathy, the sharing of
thoughts in a conscious interface.

Confirmation that the human race had fallen under the finger of higher
intelligence with advanced technology was also a strong indication of the
correctness of the simulation argument: Any interaction between a
'natural' reality and a much more developed intelligence automatically
meant that simulation had entered the picture. The interface of
human-mind with alien-mind as a complex simulation scenario had not yet
been fully evaluated in the available CIA-sponsored research literature
of the time.

The personal mental environment is largely an assembled experience or
simulation based upon millions of years of development. The idea of
'telepathy' or the mind-to-mind interface is an artifice introduced to
bridge many individual simulations, each with their unique point of view
of the same natural environment: The world 'out there' in a telepathic
network merges the individual with an undivided whole.

Perhaps there was a general subconscious discomfort level and fear
induced by the knowledge that a higher intelligence appeared to have
developed a means of interacting directly with the human brain and higher
conscious mind functions as a form of communication, or worse, as
mind-control. Once a form of direct to brain communication was accepted,
a network of minds linked in a cosmic internet was the next logical

Recent research using functional MRI technology to read the state of a
human brain and correlate that state with behavior is an example of a
primitive means of interfacing mind and machine. The idea floating around
in government circles today is to use the fMRI to spot terrorists
intending to cause mayhem and destruction, by detecting their thoughts.
In a related story, the American Civil Liberties Union has raised
concerns that such devices are an invasion of privacy and may have been
used to interrogate suspected terrorists.

Given a few million or more years to advance their technology, one might
ask what kind of device might be evolved into the brain-mind of an alien

Axelrod debriefed Swann about his work at SRI, in particular the psychic
method that later came to be known as coordinate remote viewing. How did
it work? At first Axelrod limited discussions to the power of the group
mind, and discussion of 'memory' addressing. Were remote viewers
accessing the universal mind-computer? Thirty years prior to recent
serious discussions that humanity might exist in a simulation of reality,
Axelrod was probing Swann about a stored memory of all possible worlds
and outcomes, and a means of accessing this potential database underlying
reality. Dinner conversation also included discussion of telepathy:
mind-to-mind communication, something that the DIA would become very
interested in later, as shown by the STAR GATE files.

Soon the discussion turned to Swann's experimental remote viewing of the
planet Jupiter which had yielded apparent hits, like the existence of
rings around the planet. Axelrod was interested in Swann's 'trip' to
Jupiter, an attempt to see if he could psychically discover unknown
details about the gas giant that might later be confirmed by the NASA
Pioneer spacecraft.

And then he asked, "Ingo, what do you know about the moon?"


Swann had quickly agreed to accept $1000-a-day compensation to remote
view the moon.

Axelrod tasked Ingo with a series of moon coordinates. Unknown to Swann,
the targeted moon coordinates, about ten different locations, would bring
him mind-to-mind with what he soon realized was an unearthly
extraterrestrial presence.

Swann 'saw' with his mind's eye craters in darkness, and decided that he
must be seeing the hidden side of the moon, the side that always faces
away from the Earth. Upon achieving psychic 'contact' with the lunar
surface, Swann first came upon what looked like trails of tractor-tread
marks. Confusion set in until Swann realized that he was 'seeing'
intelligent activity and structures on the moon.

In the depths of a crater he viewed a green, dusty haze lit by banks of
artificial lights mounted on very large, tall towers. Swann was stunned
by the realization that 'someone' or 'something' appeared, under the
aegis of his mind's eye, to be building a base on the moon. He had been
inducted into an interplanetary operation and brought to Mr. Axelrod's
underground facility by the need to monitor extraterrestrial activities
in an unconventional way. Swann decided that Axelrod and company had been
given the task of psychically spying on the alien moon base because the
extraterrestrials had been less than friendly about conventional human

When Ingo sensed that he had been psychically 'spotted' by two of the
humanoid-looking inhabitants of the moon base, he questioned whether or
not he was at risk.

Axelrod was less than forthcoming.

"I spent the next few months wondering if the ET's were going to find me
and zap my brains out of existence."

After being released from his work at the underground facility, Swann
returned home and sketched what he could recall of the Axelrod sessions,
and locked them away until the late 1990's. They are reproduced in his
book. The sketch is dated March 14, 1975.

A recent TV documentary, "Apollo 11: The Untold Story," may have added
additional support to Swann's moon-base tale. Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz
Aldrin reported they had seen a UFO during their historic flight to land
the first man on the moon. "There was something out there, close enough
to be observed, and what could it be? Now, obviously the three of us
weren't going to blurt out, Hey, Houston, we've got something moving
alongside of us and we don't know what it is, you know? Can you tell us
what it is?"

Mr. Axelrod's reach even extended within SRI. At the time of first
contact, STAR GATE records prove that Swann was still officially unaware
that the experiments and tests at SRI were being conducted under the
auspices of the CIA. Taken at face value Swann's account could be
interpreted as the passing of information about CIA sponsored research to
a organization of unknown origin for an extended period of at least a
couple of years.

At one point Swann was instructed to relay to Axelrod the status of the
SRI psychic results. In a classic example of the spy art, Swann was
instructed to write the number 65 on a piece of paper to alert Axelrod
when they had achieved a 65 percent hit rate using remote viewing. One
might wonder if this was an indication of a security breach at SRI, or
merely a means of checking Swann's loyalty.


Sometime in the late summer of 1976, Swann made several trips between SRI
and Los Angeles to spend time with friends. Little did he know, but he
was about to encounter Axelrod's operatives again. During an ordinary
trip to a Hollywood supermarket he was attracted to a super-sexy woman.
As he stood near the scantily clad beauty, he experienced an
'electric-shock' that sent waves of goosebumps over his entire body, and
stood his hair on end. Swann interpreted this psychic alert as a warning
that all was not right with this woman.

In fact, he decided that she must be an extraterrestrial.

Swann's 'shocking' experience is far from unusual. It has been reported
in many cases that lead to paranormal activity. Starstream Research was
recently contacted about what appeared to be an animal mutilation that
produced a similar 'shocking' effect upon physical contact with the
carcass. We know of other cases involving telephone calls from weird
mechanical sounding voices, and from personal contact with another human
being that has had paraphysical experiences.

Swann had little time to react, however, as his shock turned to panic.

Looking down the aisle he saw both of Mr. Axelrod's operatives, real-life
men in black; dressed not like the character played by Will Smith, in
suit and tie, but more like Arnold Schwarzenegger in "The Terminator,"
dressed in black jeans, boots and tank tops. They were watching the
strange, unearthly woman. Swann quickly left, knowing that Axelrod would
soon be calling.

The renewed phone contact by Axelrod was far from ordinary. First Swann
received a mysterious phone call from a female operative, directing him
to a different phone. The call ended in dead silence, suggesting that the
phone line had been cut and spliced into.

Once he reached the designated phone, Swann engaged in a scrambled
conversation with Axelrod, asking about the strange sexy woman in the

Axelrod warned, "I feel obliged to tell you that she is really

Apparently Swann believed that Axelrod's warning had confirmed his worst
fear. Not only were extraterrestrials on the moon, but they had
operatives here on Earth, among the ordinary people. If Axelrod was to be
believed, they were to be avoided at all possible cost.


Axelrod inquired about how the remote viewing work at SRI was going.

Axelrod told Ingo, "we have a special task." He needed to know when Swann
had reached 65 percent accuracy.

Axelrod instructed Ingo to place an ordinary sheet of paper with the
number 65 written on it under his ink blotter on his desk, in a secure
office at SRI, once the goal had been achieved.

In his book Swann mused about the possibilities: "Who were this Axelrod
and his henchmen / operatives anyway? CIA, KGB, Mossad, M-5, some
ultra-secret military goings-on?"

"Then one morning when I lifted the blotter the hair on my arms once
again stood up. The signal (the piece of paper with 65 written on it) was
gone. In its place was some dust-like powder in which a finger had
scrawled two words."

"Expect contact."

Swann continues: "The result of the promised 'contact' was that if I had
any doubts about whether they existed, such doubts were shortly to be
resolved. I almost got killed in the process."

"The expected contact came in July, 1977, a few days after I discovered
the message in the dust."

Swann was surprised to see Mr. Axelrod standing in the dining hall at
SRI. After a brief meet-up with Axelrod in the men's room, Swann was
directed to Axelrod's Jeep, waiting outside in the parking lot.

Axelrod drove Swann to a Lear Jet waiting at the San Jose airport, and
informed him that they might have an opportunity to see a UFO, "rather
close up."

After several hours of flight the plane made a covert landing without any
lights onto a dark runway. This was followed by a two-hour drive into
cold, dark mountains. Swann noticed that the van moved even after the
van's motor appeared to go silent.

Once they reached their destination, Axelrod, Swann and Axelrod's two
operatives hiked their way to the intended location.

Axelrod instructed Ingo, "Just observe, we'll debrief later ... Do not
move unless I tell you to. They detect heat, noise, motion like mad."

Swann, Axelrod and the two operatives watched, and waited. Above a small
lake, a gray fog began to rise. Swann was startled as the fog was
suddenly awash in luminous colors. Purple, red and yellow lightning bolts
silently shot out in all directions.

Then, suddenly an object appeared, fading into view over the lake waters.
Swann described the object as triangular, almost diamond shaped.

"As I remember it, the thing did not 'transport' itself. It GREW in place
right where it appeared."

With the appearance of the object a wind passed overhead, causing pine
cones and branches to fall to the ground. Swann writes that "ruby-red
laser beams" began shooting out from the object, which still appeared to
be growing in size, even though it remain stationary over the same
location above the lake. Swann estimated the fully visible object at
ninety feet wide.

Laser beams hit the trees, and in the commotion of blasting pine and
low-frequency pulsations, Swann was dragged out of harm's way by
Axelrod's operatives. A beam cracked the branches at the location they
had only moments before abandoned in urgent haste. Looking back for a
final glimpse, Swann noticed that the water of the lake was being sucked
up into the weird object.

Swann writes "I was virtually petrified with a kind of terror for which
there are few words to describe."

Upon returning to the airfield, Swann observed an USA-Alaska mail plane.
He surmised that they had been in far northern Alaska.

Axelrod explained, "Our mission will be disbanded shortly and the work
picked up by others, because of strategic security reasons involved ..."

"Next week you will be summoned for a complete physical examination,
ostensibly in line with overseeing the health status of the people on

project. We just want to be sure you experienced no physical damage. The
physicians performing the examination will be ordinary doctors who have
no knowledge of our existence."

Swann mentions that he sustained a leg injury while viewing the UFO. We
have yet to find any mention of this in the STAR GATE files.

According to Swann, "The last I saw of Mr. Axelrod was at the San Jose
airport, and so there ends the tale of my encounters with him and his
ultra-subterranean covert mission."


A CIA released memo on SRI stationary, dated November 2, 1978, from Hal
[Puthoff] states that, "Just a quick note. For what it's worth, Swann now
has a T/S [top secret] clearance with DoD [Dept. of Defense]."

Indeed, Swann was ushered into the inner sanctum of many top secret,
limited access military programs, coming as a result of the success of
the SRI psychic research. The turning point was the move from
experimental work into operational programs, and Swann's knowledge and
ability was to become the reference point for many. By 1984 he was
personally training military personnel to become working psychic spies.

The CIA's role had been moved from cutting edge research sponsor to
"tasking customer," with the various Department of Defense military
service elements taking the lead.

A summary of activity requested by Senate Appropriations Committee via
Congressionally Directed Action states:

"During the period between 1975 and 1979, the following DoD Service
elements supported psi [psychic] research:

[Note: The various programs were grouped together under a project titled

The U.S. Navy program was to evaluate an

individual's ability to perceive remote visual stimuli ...

The U.S Air Force National Air Intelligence Center, formerly the Foreign
Technology Division

(FTD), initiated its program by asking whether the phenomena existed and
whether it could be used to collect intelligence ... [redacted service or
agency] research effort focused on the use of RV [remote viewing] to
collect intelligence data ... "

Of potential interest to the Ingo Swann tale, the report continues with:

"The U.S. Army's Missile Research and Development Command (MIRADCOM) had
Stanford Research Institute (SRI) under contract from August 1977 to
1978. The work was done under the sponsorship of the Missile Intelligence
Agency (MIA). The object of the MIA program was to determine whether
selected individuals could interact and influence, by mental means only,
sensitive electronic equipment ..."

Curiously, the MIRADCOM program began in August 1977, one month following
Swann's alleged encounter with the alien machine in Alaska. The
implication was that remote perturbation, commonly called psychokinesis,
or mind over matter, could somehow be used to sabotage our nuclear
missile deterrent. Of the subjects tested at SRI, it was Swann that had
allegedly perturbed sensitive test equipment, and remote viewed the
interior of the device.

The report continues: "From May 1979 to September 1979, SRI assisted
MIRADCOM in developing sensitive measurement equipment for the experiment
[to test for remote perturbation by mind over matter] ... the Army
Material Systems Analysts Activity (AMSAA) extended the
applications-oriented research lines begun by other organizations ...
During this same period of time the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security
Command (USA INSCOM) was also asked whether RV [remote viewing] could be
used to collect intelligence data."

The report also notes that, "During the period that DoD Service
organizations were involved, DIA also pursued some aspects of
psychoenergetics [remote viewing and perturbation, mind over matter]. Its
activities were restricted, however, to aspects clearly related to threat
assessment and intelligence data collection. DIA contracted research with
SRI to train individuals to do RV [remote viewing] and supported attempts
by experienced remote viewers to collect intelligence on former Soviet
sites of operational interest."

Is there anything to be gleaned by looking closer at the various agencies
involved in the official record that might help to identify Mr. Axelrod
and his black operation? One possibility involves the numerous reports of
nuclear missiles going off-line when UFO's have buzzed the launch field.
This clearly registers as a major breach of the national security.
Perhaps there was concern that the UFO's buzzing air bases might be
related to sightings during various space missions, like the recent
revelation that a UFO had shadowed the Apollo 11 mission?

It is possible that target locations on the moon were selected based upon
observations of UFO's by the astronauts. It is also quite conceivable
that someone might have decided it was worth a try to have Swann, notable
for his Earthly remote viewing of super-secret installations here on
Earth, take a minds-eye view of the moonscape to see what was going on in
the darkness.

Fans of the hit television series, "The X-Files," will tell you that,
"The truth is out there."

For real-life psychic operative Ingo Swann, the truth is still in his
head, and he isn't talking anymore.

Note: Additional information and documentation are available at the

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