Ingo Douglas Swann (September 14, 1933 – January 31, 2013) was known internationally as an artist, author, pioneering parapsychology practitioner and researcher. He is best known for his work in remote viewing (RV), a term he coined while working with Dr. Karlis Osis and Janet Lee Mitchell at the American Society for Psychical Research (ASPR), and as the creator of the protocols for Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV) while working at Stanford Research Institute (SRI) with Dr. Harold Puthoff and Russell Targ. He was the author of over twenty books ranging from an explorations of human consciousness and a survey of our innate human potentials to his adventures working with secret government agencies to remote viewing the Moon and Mars. He was featured in every American and British documentary on the subject of PSI phenomena and remote viewing and was interviewed or profiled in dozens of major magazines. His artwork can be found at The American Visionary Art Museum, The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Edgar Cayce’s Association for Research and Enlightenment (A.R.E), The Leslie Lohman Museum of Art, and ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives at the USC Libraries.

Ingo Swann next to a cat sculpture by Richard Butler and with his famous painting “Millennium” in the background, dated May 19, 2009 © Swann-Ryder Productions, LLC.

Detailed information about Ingo Swann’s life and work can be found on his website which is maintained and managed by Swann-Ryder Productions, LLC, represented by his niece Elly Flippen, as the manager of his estate.

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