Psychic Warrior: The True Story of the CIA's Paranormal Espionage

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CLAIRVIEW BOOKS, 2000 - Parapsychology - 258 pages
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When David Morehouse - a highly decorated army officer - was hit by a stray bullet, he began to be plagued with visions and uncontrolled out-of-body experiences. As a consequence, he was recruited as a psychic spy for Stargate, a highly classified programme of espionage instigated by the CIA and the US Defence Department. Trained to develop spiritual, clairvoyant capacities, he became one of a select band of 'remote viewers' in pursuit of previously unattainable political and military secrets. When Morehouse discovered that the next step in the top-secret programme was 'remote influencing' - turning 'viewers' like himself into deadly weapons - he rebelled. In his efforts to expose the programme, he and his family endured the full force of the US intelligence community's attempts to silence him.
  

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Review: Psychic Warrior: The True Story of America's Foremost Psychic Spy and the Cover-Up of the CIA's Top-Secret Stargate Program

User Review  - Lucas Gili - Goodreads

This was a great book about remote viewing told by a high rank military man who had an accident during a training exercise and thereafter became trained in remote viewing. I highly recommend it. The ... Read full review

Review: Psychic Warrior: The True Story of America's Foremost Psychic Spy and the Cover-Up of the CIA's Top-Secret Stargate Program

User Review  - Donna - Goodreads

A compelling story that I enjoyed immensely. Honestly, this would be a great TV show/ movie. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
15
Section 3
26
Section 4
45
Section 5
79
Section 6
118
Section 7
118
Section 8
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Section 12
118
Section 13
123
Section 14
174
Section 15
196
Section 16
230
Section 17
243
Section 18
257
Section 19
261

Section 9
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Section 10
118
Section 11
118
Section 20
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