SafeSpace Teams

Safespace Special Team membership is offered to those unique individuals who wish to contribute their creative efforts and skills to bringing about one of the Safespace Projects special projects. An example of a Special Team activity was the recent project of creating the Fastwalkers full length HD documentary.

Interested? If so simply send us an email requesting membership. We will send you periodic update bulletins keeping you updated about future projects and activities you may have an opportunity to choose to participate in.

There are currently two different types of Safespace Team memberships available.

Both are offered “free of cost” to all individuals regardless of race, gender, age, occupation, creed or religion.

Safespace Team membership only requires your mental agreement to our mutual goal of working together as team members to create a better world. Please see “What Is Safespace” for our goals and objectives.

Safespace Special Team membership is offered to those unique individuals who wish to contribute their creative efforts and skills to bringing about one of the Safespace Projects special projects.

An example of a Special Team activity was the recent project of creating the Fastwalkers full length HD documentary. Interested? If so simply send us an email requesting membership. We will send you periodic update bulletins keeping you updated about future projects and activities you may have an opportunity to choose to participate in. This is your opportunity to become part of a great adventure. Regardless of your age, sex, race or occupation, the SafeSpace Project can use your help.

One of the first steps is of course to read the book and see if it “strikes a cord” or as some people say, “if it resonates with you on a higher harmonic.” Please remember when reading the book that the Safespace Team members reflected in the Safespace book are composite personalities created by the author. Total commitment as spoken about in the story is neither required, nor expected.

SafeSpace Team Members will enjoy special benefits and opportunities. Contact us now and please give us some information about yourself. Simply share with us your ideals, goals, and interests.

We are currently working on additional Safespace projects. We welcome any idea’s you might have and would enjoy knowing about your personal experiences.

Membership information will be held in strict confidence and will not be made public or sold. Your trust is important to us.

Ad Astra “To The Stars!” High Regards…. Robert D. Miles Creator/Founder


Early Members of SafeSpace Project

Dr. Harold E. Puthoff who passed away recently, and Ingo Swann were two of the early celebrity Safespace Team Members who assisted Safespace Team Founder Robert D. Miles to formulate plans for the creation of the Safespace Team and the fulfillment of the Safespace Briefing as outlined in the section of this website as the Safespace Mission Explained.

Dr. Harold E. Puthoff
co-founder and Vice President of Science and Technology of TTS Academy.

Since 1985, Dr. Puthoff has served as President and CEO of EarthTech International, Inc. (ETI), and Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin (IASA). 

He had published numerous papers on electron-beam devices, lasers and space propulsion and has patents ssued in the laser, communications, and energy fields.

Dr. Puthoff’s professional background spans more than five decades of research at General Electric, Sperry, the National Security Agency, Stanford University and SRI International. Dr. Puthoff regularly advises NASA , the Department of Defense and intelligence communities, corporations and foundations on leading-edge technologies and future technology trends. 

He earned his Ph.D. from Stanford University in 1967 and won a Who’s Who Lifetime Achievement in 2017 that recognizes individuals that have achieved greatness in their industry and have excelled in their field for at least 20 years.

The Story of Ingo Swann

Ingo Swann was a claimed psychic who called himself a “consciousness researcher who had sometimes experienced altered states of ‘consciousness'”. He said, “I don’t get ‘tested’, I only work with researchers on well-designed experiments.”[5]According to Russell Targ and Harold E. Puthoff, “Swann-inspired innovations” have led to impressive results in parapsychology. However, experiments not controlled by Swann have not been successful, and they are rarely mentioned, and if so, only in passing.

Ingo Swann (1933 – 2013), was the world’s foremost psychic. A visionary, an artist, a writer and an emblem of the downtown New York scene in the 1970s and 80s, Ingo is best known as the father of remote viewing, the ability to see distant events or places through extrasensory perception. He was a pioneer of the out-of-body experience — the act of perceiving the world from a location outside one’s physical body. In 1973, he viewed Jupiter’s rings, discovering them remotely years before NASA confirmed their existence.

In 1978, Ingo was involved in remote viewing experiments established by the U.S. Army and the CIA in collaboration with the Stanford Research Institute. This clandestine initiative — code-named Project Stargate — later became the basis for the movie The Men Who Stare at Goats, starring George Clooney and Jeff Bridges. For Stargate, Ingo and a group of psychics used their abilities to spy on Russia from Palo Alto, California, even remotely discovering a downed Soviet spy plane under jungle canopy in the African country of Zaire after the U.S. Department of Defense had deemed it lost.

Ingo and his pet chinchilla lived on the Bowery where he created cosmic art that can be found in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian. Many of his paintings — as well as his eclectic furniture, book and record collections — have a home in the rooms and public spaces of The High Line Hotel.

Raise a glass — and your cosmic consciousness — at our outdoor cocktail garden, which features a menu inspired by Ingo!

Painting:
Pollution Encroaching on the Source of All the Pure Water (1986)
Ingo Swann, 1933-2013

In 1978, Ingo was involved in remote viewing experiments established by the U.S. Army and the CIA in collaboration with the Stanford Research Institute. This clandestine initiative — code-named Project Stargate — later became the basis for the movie The Men Who Stare at Goats, starring George Clooney and Jeff Bridges. For Stargate, Ingo and a group of psychics used their abilities to spy on Russia from Palo Alto, California, even remotely discovering a downed Soviet spy plane under jungle canopy in the African country of Zaire after the U.S. Department of Defense had deemed it lost.

Ingo and his pet chinchilla lived on the Bowery where he created cosmic art that can be found in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian. Many of his paintings — as well as his eclectic furniture, book and record collections — have a home in the rooms and public spaces of The High Line Hotel.