Psychic Warrior by David Morehouse is the true story of a highly
decorated army officer who became involved in the Army's remote viewing (RV) program.
Wounded by machine gunfire during
a training mission, Morehouse began to have inexplicable
visions and haunting nightmares. This experience
redirected his military career and landed him in the
government's top secret Stargate program for remote
viewing or psychic spying.
Remote viewing is the ability to extend
one's consciousness outside of the physical body. It is
different from an OBE in that the remote viewer maintains
the ability to answer questions aloud about what is being
seeing and heard at the same time in the remote location.
For nearly 20 years, United States
military intelligence delved into the dark world of
psychic espionage, recruiting a team of psychic spies to
serve as remote viewers. These individuals used their
paranormal gifts to transcend time and space and uncover
the highly guarded military secrets of other nations.
Although the Russians were ahead of the Americans in
the use of paranormal techniques for military spying, the
United States Army had to play catchup to the Russians by
developing its own similar remote viewing program.
The book explores the rise and fall of
David Morehouse and his military career. His downfall was
his desire to inform the world about the sinister uses
for remote viewing.
Like witchcraft, remote viewers have
the ability to influence positively or negatively, the
thinking of other people.
Morehouse felt the group's
leaders had their own diabolical agenda. The intensity of
this program tore his personal life apart.
Abduction readers will
notice the similarity between the onset of an OBE
abduction experience and the start of a remote viewing
session. The similarities are interesting. Perhaps that
is what abductees and remote viewers have common, the
ability to stretch their minds in ways that other people
A minor but interesting point is the
author's conversion as a young man from his family's
religion to Mormonism. Although no one has studied the
correlation between abductees and converts, it is a
pattern we have seen before at AAER.
Morehouse only briefly touches on the
subject of remote viewing for exploring alien worlds.
Unfortunately for us, he was never interested in pursuing
the alien agenda through remote viewing. Readers will find the book is hard to put down and
comes highly recommended.