Book Review: Penetration – the Question of Extraterrestrial and Human Telepathy

Title: Penetration – the Question of Extraterrestrial and Human Telepathy
Author: Ingo Swann


You don’t have to be a mindreader to like the book

If you’ve read about remote viewing, the name Ingo Swann, will probably come to light. He is one of the founding fathers of remote viewing. If you don’t believe in remote viewing, you would have to wonder why the Russians and the Americans delved into the field for many years. Millions of dollars were spent. For you doubters, I think it would be hard to hoodwink both of these governments for such a long period of time. This book is divided into three parts, ultrasecret goings-on, moon activities, and earth side telepathy versus space side telepathy. The first chapter, deals with the initial establishment of a research project at Stanford research Institute funded by the central intelligence agency. It explains, how upon trying to defeat the boredom of practicing normal targets, they tried to view off the earth. Later in 1975 Ingo Swann reveals that he’s approached by a “spook”and hired to remote view the moon. As you can guess, he doesn’t see Swiss cheese. The second chapter deals with the moon, more specifically scientific problems with the moon that ours place exploration has shown. The last chapter is sort of a philosophical discussion of how telepathy works. I found Penetration to be a very interesting book. I believe that the story he tells is true and that he was hired by the government to a remote view the moon. The oddities that our scientific exploration of the moon found tend to reinforce what he states in the book. Even if you’re not a true believer, and you keep a slightly open mind, you will find the book thought-provoking.
— The Crackpot (aka Kenneth Hoffman)

Rating:                     4-Stars