The Ingo Swann Database
Regarding Superpowers of the Human Biomind

12.01.95  Statement By Ingo Swann In Response To September 1995 Statement by CIA
12.08.95  RV— Hey, Guys! What Are We Talking About?— Part 1
12.08.95  Message 1 Regarding Remote Viewing—For The Glory Of Our Species
12.10.95  RV—Hey, Guys! What Are We Talking About?—Part 2
12.10.95  Message 2 Regarding Remote Viewing—For The Glory Of Our Species
12.12.95  1973 Remote Viewing Probe Of The Planet Jupiter
12.27.95  RV And Our Species—Superpowers Of Mind
01.07.96  Superpowers Essay Series— Introduction
01.08.96  Superpowers Essay Series—Nomenclature
01.09.96  Superpowers Essay Series—RV As One Of The Sidhis
01.19.96  Remote Viewing—Central Issues and Problems
01.20.96  Remote Viewing Versus Its Skeptics
02.03.96  Remote Viewing Versus Telepathic Overlay
02.04.96  Remote Viewing and Intuition—Part 1
02.25.96  Remote Viewing and Signal-To-Noise Ratio
05.15.96  Superpowers Essay Series—Sensory Transducers
05.17.96  Superpowers Essay Series—Mental Information Processing Grids and Meaning Transducers
09.12.96  Paper Delivered at U.N.: Ongoing Discovery of Sensory Receptors
01.21.97  Towards Activating the Superpowers—Introduction
01.22.97  Towards Activating the Superpowers—Part 1: Non-conscious Participation In Social Consensus Realities
02.22.97  Towards Activating the Superpowers—Part 2: Information Processing Viruses and Their Clones
04.14.97  The Human Genome As The Ultimate Implication of the Superpowers
02.23.97  Towards Activating the Superpowers—Part 3: The Nature of Perception
03.01.97  Towards Activating the Superpowers—Part 4: "Information, Information Theory, Information Transfer"
08.15.97  Teaching and Learning Regarding the Superpowers of the Biomind—Introductory
10.15.97  Encountering Disorder and Complicating Factors Without Recognizing Them As Such
10.17.97  Teaching and Learning Regarding the Superpowers of the Biomind—Part 1
11.24.97  Trending Away From the Parapsychology Paradigm Toward a New Paradigm of Superpower Performance
12.12.97  Contaminants and "Noise"
03.01.98  Towards Activating the Superpowers—Part 5: Sentiency and Sensitivity
03.26.98  Towards Activating the Superpowers—Part 6: Reality Processing Vs. Recognition
10.06.98  Smaller Picture Vs Bigger Picture—Part 1: Preparing the 'Mind' to Integrate With Superpower Functions
10.08.98  Smaller Picture Vs Bigger Picture—Part 2: Our Amazing Species As A Bigger Picture
10.08.98  Smaller Picture Vs Bigger Picture—Part 3: Attempting to Identify Some Dynamics of Smaller-Picture Formats
10.14.98  Smaller Picture Vs Bigger Picture—Part 4: Some Structural Characteristics of Smaller Pictures
11.02.98  Knowledge—Status—Reality vs the Thresholds of Human Experiencing

11.10.98  Smaller Picture Vs Bigger Picture—Part 5: Social Groupings Vs The Individual Vs Margins of Awareness Vs Deprivations of Knowledge
11.10.98  Smaller Picture Vs Bigger Picture—Part 6: The Individual Vs Smaller and Bigger Pictures
11.16.98  The Superpower Faculties vs the Maps of the Mind
10.20.99  Awareness and the Superpowers vs A Conspiracy (?) to Suppress Knowledge of Awareness
10.20.99  Awareness and Perception vs Status of Individual "Realities"
11.11.99  Passive Awareness As Differentiated From Other Possible Kinds of Awareness
11.20.99  Systems vis-a-vis the Superpowers
06.08.02  Remote Viewing Processes and Layers of Meaning
08.08.05  The Coming Importance of the Question: Can the Superpowers Be Trained? Part I: Chapters 1 - 4

                Part II: Chapters 5 - 11

                Part III: Chapters 12 - 17

06.12.06  A Preliminary Bibliography of Scientific and Other Sources Containing Significant Clues For Research and Development of Remote Viewing  at Stanford Research Institute 1972-1985 

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Ingo Swann

Swann's 32-years of work is unified by four principal factors.

His focus was not on parapsychology models alone, but included the larger fields of extraordinary awareness and perception faculties. He understood these faculties to be naturally existing and always available within the human and which, at the species biomind level, transcend cultural and societal boundaries.

He had always been an advocate of a much-needed multidisciplinary approach to problems of human awareness thresholds and the delicate mental expertise that can be discovered about them.

He had basically viewed the phenomena of clairvoyance, telepathy, psychokinesis and remote viewing from the overall and bigger humankind level, rather than from the smaller personal, individual, or soci-specializing levels.

Since faculties for expanded awareness and perception exist as a full part of the human biomind at the species level, he had always considered it necessary to research, discover, and remedy social and cultural factors that prevent their nurturing and development.

                                                                           --Daz Smith