Against a backdrop of artifacts, books and expansive paintings, including the epic 22 foot long Millennium, psychic, remote viewer and visionary artist Ingo Swann (1933-2013) reflects on his role in coining the term ‘Remote Viewing’, the use of co-ordinates in training, and his work as an artist. Swann discusses drawings and a clay model made on 1st May 1974 by airline pilot Robert Duval, whom Swann was training as a remote viewer.
Swann was a founder and a key participant of the Stargate Program (1978-1995), used by the US Military for psychic spying and intelligence gathering.
Footage for The Other Side was recorded in Ingo Swann’s studio and home on the Bowery, Lower East Side, New York in 2010.
Ingo Swann coined the term ‘Remote Viewing’ on 7th December 1971 at the American Society for Psychical Research (ASPR), New York. Swann was a founder in 1978 and a key participant of the Stargate Program (1978-1995), used by the US Military and intelligence agencies (including the CIA) for psychic spying and gathering of intelligence.