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Tell Me What You See: Remote Viewing Cases from the World's Premier Psychic Spy
"The unknown isn't so unbelievable in Dames's hands."--George NooryAs the operations and training officer for the Defense Intelligence Agency's Psychic Intelligence Unit, Major Dames, with his team, used the practice of remote viewing to uncover accurate military intelligence. After retiring from the military, Dames turned his paranormal detective skills to finding missing ...more
ebook, 288 pages
Published November 19th 2010 by John Wiley & Sons
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Mar 20, 2016 Heidi The Hippie Librarian rated it liked it · review of another edition
Books by former remote viewers from the military are such a trip to read. From Lyn Buchanan to David Morehouse, these guys were/are on the cutting edge of consciousness exploration. But, don't go to these books for feel good stories. I'm sure that it is because they were all trained as human weapons to root out threats to the government, but they all seem so dark and obsessed with shadows. Even when Major Dames sets out to have a "fun" RV session on the Ark of the Covenant, his viewers see mainl ...more
When Major Ed Dames was a guest on George Noory's COAST TO COAST AM radio program after I had just returned from a two-year stint teaching in China, he unnerved me with his dire predictions. He advised listeners to learn Mandarin, something I had tried to while in Anshan. Despite my efforts to learn it upon returning to China for another five-year tour of teaching duty, I was unable to devote much time to the lessons because of my heavy teaching load (not the kind of reasonable classroom sizes o ...more
I have followed Ed Dames ever since I first heard him on Art Bell years ago. I have taken remote viewing courses and can confirm that it works. The problem with this book is the same as in Ed Dames interviews, they are good stories that end up contradicting themselves from tale to tale. A good book but I don't think we will ever know the full story from Major Dames.
Apr 05, 2017 Ron Quartel rated it really liked it · review of another edition
It is remarkable what the USA military psychic spy unit was able to achieve and uncover. This book makes you feel like you are right there with them. I keep thinking - how would politicians act if they knew that they were unable to lie or hide secrets? I'd love to see remote viewing applied to see what is really going on in our governments and with our leaders. What if there were a way to fact check everything and force transparency? How different would our politicians and government be?