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Anacalypsis – A Psychic Autobiography by Ingo Swann [ Download PDF ]

Ingo Swann wrote: “Anacalypsis – a Greek word – means an uncovering, a revelation or an unveiling. In its ancient and most/proper dramatic sense it meant a tearing away of the veil.” Ingos is available for free download Anacalypsis, an unfinished and unedited version of what he called his Psychological Autobiography … still in the format he was working on when he passed away in 2013.

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The Real Story of Remote Viewing – by Ingo Swann [ Download PDF ]

Ingo Swann wrote: “Anacalypsis – a Greek word – means an uncovering, a revelation or an unveiling. In its ancient and most/proper dramatic sense it meant a tearing away of the veil.” Ingos is available for free download Anacalypsis, an unfinished and unedited version of what he called his Psychological Autobiography … still in the format he was working on when he passed away in 2013.

Ingo began work on “The Real Story of Remote Viewing” in 1995 and posted his chapters on his BioMind Superpowers website as he wrote them … he decided that his recording of the story should be open and freely available for historical purposes and for those who happen to be interested. By 2013 he had completed 58 chapters and no doubt had more on his mind to share when he died.

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The narrative of RV research: analyzing phenomena – by Ingo Swann [ Download PDF ]

In 1997 Ingo wrote a letter to Jeffrey Mishlov in response to those in “The Field” who actively advise against the truth about remote viewing.

Mars exploration | CIA document

Download PDF: In 1984, remote viewers were already exploring our neighboring planet Mars. Spoiler: The Viewer found life there, long ago. Later views up to the present time have confirmed this data several times, by the way.

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