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Author Topic: Ingo Swann Moves on!  (Read 647 times)
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« on: February 05, 2013, 00:03:59 »

 http://www.dailygrail.com/Mind-Mysteries/2013/2/Vale-Ingo-Swann-Remote-Viewing-Pioneer

 A true Pioneer of the Art of Remote Viewing has left us for his next duty!

 He was the "light" in bringing Remote Viewing to light.
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« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2013, 11:11:35 »

Wasn't he the inspiration for the movie, "The Men Who Stares At Goats"? I watched another movie from the 90's about remote viewing. It was about a retired FBI agent who used remote viewing to find serial killers. It had Ben Kingsley and the leading actress from the Matrix. It was very good.


Edit: I decided to not be lazy and answer this myself. I did not find where Ingo Swann was credited as an inspiration but Paul Smith certainly was, as well as Joe McMoneagle-the legend in my opinion. It's hard to think of Swann without Smith so I credit Swann personally. I can't believe I missed this news.

The movie with Kingsley is called, "Suspect Zero" and was made in 2004. Very dark and creepy but good none the less.
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