The Ingo Swann Predictions

The Ingo Swann Predictions

In this article we will be taking a look at the Ingo Swann predictions, that were put together for the US government in the early 1970’s. The late Swann was at one time considered to be one of the US government’s foremost remote viewers – a specialised paranormal psychic who used extra-sensory perception to aid the officials in spying missions on the Russians.

 


A Man Called Axelrod


Back in 1975, Swann claimed that he was contacted by a mysterious figure who informed him that he would be receiving a phone call off a man known only as ‘Axelrod’. The man who was passing on this information claimed to be a highly-placed figure in Washington, D.C.

Swann took the tip-off seriously, and waited for the call…but a month later nothing had happened!

He was just about to give up on the informant’s advice when the call finally came through. He was asked to make a rendezvous in a mere matter of hours at the National Museum of Natural History at the Smithsonian.

Most people would have been slightly disturbed by this last minute arrangement, but it didn’t seem to bother Swann. He went to the arranged location and met with a man who looked very much like a marine.

After formalities were exchanged, Swann was taken by car to a second location where a helicopter was waiting to take him to an unknown destination.

He was then blindfolded then the helicopter took a thirty minute flight before landing. Swann was then bundled off the aircraft and into a elevator – the blindfold remained on.

The elevator seemed to take an age to eventually stop, but once it did, Swann’s blindfold was removed. He was then confronted by a man who claimed that he was the real ‘Axelrod’.

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What Did Axelrod Want?


Axelrod wasted no time coming to the point of the meeting: to find out the nature of remote-viewing.

He was looking to use Swann’s psychic powers in exchange for a large amount of money. In particular – he was interested in Swann remote viewing the moon.

Swann readily agreed to this task, as he was fully aware that many governments were interested in structures on the moon…he was also interested in the subject himself.

The remote viewing sessions were a huge success, and Swann was amazed by what he saw on the moon’s surface – spectacular imagery of what appeared to be a huge tower similar in size and structure to the Secretariat Building at the United Nations.

Axelrod then informed Swann that the moon-building was not man-made – it had been built by extraterrestrials.

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The Ingo Swann Predictions


Over the next few weeks Swann discovered many more ‘moon buildings’ in his remote viewing sessions. He described huge dome structures and strange alien machinery which seemed to be linked to some sort of mining operation. There were also a great deal of statue-like structures which were shaped like a cross.

In one session Swann described seeing many human-like people burrowing into the side of a moon-mountain…but for some reason these beings were all naked!

Axelrod decided to call off the operation because he was worried these moon-based entities might be aware that they were being spied on via astral-travel. He even told Swann that these beings could make a ‘personal call’ to his own residence.

Before they finally parted ways, Axelrod asked Swann if he knew about a man named George Leonard. Swann informed him that he had never heard of the name.

It eventually turned out that Axelrod was considering Swann to seek out the mysteries of the moon while Leonard, an author, was hard at work on a manuscript titled Somebody Else is on the Moon, which was finally published in 1977, focusing on the very issues about which Axelrod was so deeply troubled.

What are your thoughts on this strange incident – do you feel Ingo Swann told the truth about what really happened?

Was he observing a secret human facility on the moon…or was he witnessing alien beings at work?

How did George Leonard know so much about the subject?

So many questions – and no real answers!

Please leave your thoughts and opinions in the comment section below.