Ingo Swann


Ingo Swann was a clairvoyant capable of experiencing and/or perceiving the universe by jumping beyond the illusion of time and space.

Here are few quotes:

Turn away from fear, a totally silly emotion, and embrace love.

“Free up the mind from all the nonsense  that keeps us back from accomplishing greater things than we have done.”

“The greatest evil in the world is a closed mind.”

Consciousness is not the same thing as the human body.  He proved that the two could easily separate.

Ingo’s belief was that evil is a shadow and does not really exist.  Good is also a function of Maya, the illusion that we call our reality.  love is the only eternal reality.

It is the light and darkness, the Yin and Yang, but where darkness is merely the absence of light.

Both good and evil are aspects of Maya. As long as Maya exists, they exist. Within Maya they are real enough.

Maya is no longer an endlessly revolving wheel of pain and pleasure, but a ladder which can be climbed to consciousness of the Reality. From this standpoint, fortune and misfortune are both “mercies”-that is to say, opportunities.

“If all there is is now, then the rest is illusion, much as the ancient Hindus held. It is Maya.” Ingo Swann.

A great symphony does not come from a brain cell.” Similarly, he said, “the human is not created in God’s likeness, it is part of God.”

The body is a mechanism beyond the mind it hosts, as the mind it hosts is only a minute fragment of what is there.

All humans are equal on all aspects. Everyone is infinitely psychic.

“The body”, Ingo would say, “Is a construction, or form, created from energy. All form is naught but energy. There is energy and then there is consciousness that uses energy to create all form, including the body. It creates entire realities.

Atoms are energy. On close examination, we see energy, not mass. All matter is made of atomic structure right down to quarks, the smallest particles of the atom. When nuclear physicists refer to “mass”, they are not referring to anything solid.

The word “solid” is one of those made up labels no one understands because even when it is explained as a negative or positive charge this does not cause it to be understood.”

Ingo was convinced that humans are in constant communication with a fantastic source of all that is. Some call it The Akashic Record. He did not believe that Handel’s Messiah or any other great music came from brain tissue.

Although in summary, Ingo felt that “we” create our own realities, much as was held by Seth, the discarnate personality channeled by Jane Roberts in her list of channeled books. Where he differed and held firm was in his belief that we cannot know who or what “we” are. Beyond that, the “We” is ever changing. It is also perceived differently depending upon who is observing.

Late 1980 scientists were rediscovering an old fact, that anything stared at by a human being, especially with strong concentration, will change at that moment on some level beyond the perception of the unaided human eye.

Ancient Advanced Cosmology of Summer, Enuma Elish, The Epic of Creation

Long before pharaohs and the pyramid texts an ancient civilization man first known one possessed an advanced cosmology.

Six thousands years ago in ancient Summer what astronomers discovered in 1990 was already known. Not only the true nature and composition of the solar system including the farthest out planets but also the notion that there are other solar systems in the universe that their stars or suns can colapse or explode, that their planets can be thrown off course that life can be carried from one solar system to another.

Detailed cosmology was spelled out in writing.

One long text written on 7 tablets has reached us in its later Babylonian version.

It is named Epic of Creation or Enuma elish.

Outlining the process by which our solar system came into being the long text described how the Sun (Apsu) and its messanger Mercury (Mummu) were first joined by an older planet called Tiamat. How a pair of planets Venus and Mars (Lahamu and Lahmu) then classes betwèen the Sun and Tiamat, followed by two pairs between beyond Than at Jupiter and Saturn (Kosher and Anshar). and Uranus and Neptune (Anu and Nudimmud). Thr later two being planets being unknown to astronomers until 1781 and 1846 yet known and described by the Summerians millennia earlier.

Into that unstable solar system according to the Epic of Creation there appeared an invader from outer space another planet a planet not born in the family of Apsu but one that belonged to another star family and that was trust to wander in space.

Millennia before modern astronomy learned about pulsars and collapsing stars the Sumerian cosmology had already envisioned other planetary systems and collapsing or exploding stars that threw off their planets.

And so Enuma Elish related one such cast off planet reaching the outskirts of our Solar system began to be drawn into the mist.

The more the invader was drawn into the solar system center the more was forced into a collision course with Tiamat. Tiamat was split in two. One half was smashed into bits and pieces to become the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter and various comets the other half wounded but intact was thrust into a new orbit to become the planet Earth (Ki in Summerian). Shunted with it was largest satellite to become Earth’s moon.

The invader itself was caught into a permanent orbit around the Sun to become the solar system twelfth member Sun moon and 10 planets. The Summerians called it Movie I the planet if the crossing.  The Babylonians named it Marduk in honor of their national God.

It was during the celestial battle that seed of life brought by Nibiru from elsewhere was passed to Earth.

The Enûma Eliš (Akkadian Cuneiform: 𒂊𒉡𒈠𒂊𒇺, also spelled “Enuma Elish”), is the Babyloniancreation myth (named after its opening words). It was recovered by Austen Henry Layard in 1849 (in fragmentary form) in the ruined Library of Ashurbanipal at Nineveh (Mosul, Iraq), and published by George Smith in 1876. The Enûma Eliš has about a thousand lines and is recorded in Old Babylonian on seven clay tablets, each holding between 115 and 170 lines of Sumero-Akkadian cuneiform script. Most of Tablet V has never been recovered until 1950 in an Turkish site named Sultantepe.

The tablets are at Britis Museum in London.