Psychic Warrior – Inside the CIA’s Stargate Program: The True Story of a Soldier’s Espionage and Awaking
Psychic Warrior: The True Story of America's Foremost Psychic Spy and the Cover-Up of the CIA's Top-Secret Stargate Program
Author: David Morehouse
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks (1998)
Binding: Mass Market Paperback, 310 pages
Unwittingly plunged into a paranormal nightmare...
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.
MWSA 2005 Gold Medal for Military Non-Fiction
Secret Psychic Military Program – Remote Viewing In one of the most explosive revelations in decades, the military’s strange and top-secret program that used military personnel to spy on people by psychic “remote viewing”—former Army officer David Morehouse goes public with his book “Psychic Warrior – Inside the CIA’s Stargate Program: the True Story of a Soldier’s Espionage and Awaking."
The tale that Morehouse has to tell goes well beyond the normal range of what we think our military and the CIA is doing. Not only has our country been active in its research on psychic abilities—we have in fact, be been successfully getting information about people and places by the practice of something called “remote viewing” which allows our military to access any place in the world (or out of this world) by using just the mind.
This book goes into great details as to how Morehouse got himself involved in the program and how he eventually got kicked out of the Army for making it public. His personal struggles with his own mind, his family and the Army makes this story read like a sci-fi novel. This book will take the reader to a whole new world (universe) and open up many more questions about the power of the mind, what is reality and what is life.
I have only talked to David Morehouse on one occasion a couple of years ago at one of his public lectures in San Francisco, but the lecture only just added more to the mystery of this mystical life story. I highly recommend reading his book.
Reviewed by: Bill McDonald (2005)