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Psychic Warrior by David Morehouse

Psychic Warrior (1996)

by David Morehouse

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Mormon soldier is bamboozled into joining a Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) unit whose work had to be valid since, as the author concludes, it's budget hadn't yet been cut nor the program disallowed to exist. Later the author implies that he was persuaded to volunteer to make greater sense of his 'visionary messages' resulting from an earlier incident of head trauma. He argues for the superiority of remote viewing over tarot cards or channeling as being science-based but supplementary with other hard data. This book is Gnostic in orientation, reliant on the validity of hypnotic techniques, shrouded in borrowed military and intelligence terminology. This book fits into New Age/folklore genres.
  sacredheart25 | Jan 24, 2011 |
It might be a little too 'Hollywood' style, for the hype I guess, but this was the book that got me interested in Remote Viewing in the first place, so I guess it served its purpuse afterall. ( )
  marikach | Sep 14, 2007 |
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To my darling wife,
whose love has nourished me for longer than I can remember.
We are together, eternally.
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I lay there staring at the ceiling.
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An ex-army officer reveals his experiences working for the CIA as a psychic and his ultimate spiritual transformation and awakening that led him to expose the CIA's Stargate program and begin to work for peace
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Unwittingly plunged into a paranormal nightmare...

David Morehouse-A highly decorated, exemplary Army officer, special operations infantryman, and elite Airborne Ranger Company Commander. Wounded by machine-gun fire during a training mission, Morehouse began to have inexplicable visions and haunting nighmares-an experience that would redirect his military career and land him in the government's top-secret Stargate Program. His life would never be the same...

Stargate-For nearly two decades, the United States military intelligence community delved into the dark world of psychic espionage, recruiting a team of psychic spies to serve as "remote viewers," individuals who used their paranormal gifts to transcend time and space and uncover the highly guarded military secrets of other nations.

Unable to tell the shocking truth for fear of death-until now...

When David Morehouse walked through the doors of the Stargate Program, he had little idea what awaited him: a paranormal hell that would bring him to the front lines of some of the most horrific disasters in recent history-and nearly destroy him. In chilling detail, Morehouse describes his psychic espionage work as a remote viewer, from the shattering explosion of Pan Am Flight 103 to the choking smoke of Desert Storm, even further back in time to Hiroshima and the darkest days of Nazi Germany. And more startling yet is his account of the U.S. government, an organization bent on the destructive use of psychic powers-and on stopping the one man who was brave enough to blow the lid off their top-secret Stargate Program.

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