Ingo Swann was the father of remote viewing and even coined the term while working on projects for the CIA and the US Army. He passed away on Feb. 1, 2013 at the age of 79.
talks to Jerry about Ingo Swann.
Buchanan was in
the Army Unit that Ingo had been a consultant working on
several remote viewing projects. Buchanan credits Swan for
his own success with remote viewing.
(recorded Feb. 11,
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who worked with Swann doing research on remote
viewing at Stanford University talks to Jerry about Ingo and
the subject of remote viewing.
(recorded Feb, 11, 2013)
Remote Viewing sketch left, described by Dick Allgire during the show:
- In our continuing
series of interviews with major Remote Viewers Jerry talks to Paul
H. Smith who operates a business centered around Remote Viewing in
Austin, Texas. Smith was exposed to Remote Viewing while serving
with the US Army. He tells Jerry about how the military used Remote
Viewing and relates some of the instances where it was used around