Psychic Warrior: Inside the CIA's Star Gate Program: The True Story of a Soldier's Espionage and Awakening

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David Morehouse, a highly decorated, third-generation army officer, special-operations infantryman, and one of the army's elite airborne ranger company commanders, was labeled "destined to wear stars" by his superiors. But a mission in a remote desert valley in the Kingdom of Jordan changed his life forever. Wounded by a stray machine-gun bullet, he began to have inexplicable visions and haunting nightmares. His experiences redirected his brilliant future and led to a series of frightening glimpses into another ...
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David Morehouse, a highly decorated, third-generation army officer, special-operations infantryman, and one of the army's elite airborne ranger company commanders, was labeled "destined to wear stars" by his superiors. But a mission in a remote desert valley in the Kingdom of Jordan changed his life forever. Wounded by a stray machine-gun bullet, he began to have inexplicable visions and haunting nightmares. His experiences redirected his brilliant future and led to a series of frightening glimpses into another world. When Morehouse disclosed these occurrences to military authorities, they earmarked him for recruitment into Stargate, a top-secret clan of psychic spies backed by the Central Intelligence Agency. Psychic Warrior is the true story, told for the first time, of one man's journey into the CIA's most top-secret and successful psychic warfare operation. Soon after being recruited into Stargate, Morehouse realized that the government's eventual purpose was to take "remote viewing" into the realm of weaponry. Determined to prevent his gift from becoming an instrument of war, Morehouse embarked a campaign to blow the lid off the top-secret government program. The consequences to his family included numerous attempts on his life and the lives of his wife and children, as well as phone taps and alarming calls in the night, culminating in a court-martial that resulted in his resignation under duress. Yet Morehouse persevered in his quest to reveal the chilling lengths to which certain factions of the U.S. government will go to hide the truth. Psychic Warrior is a fascinating examination of the untapped power of the human subconscious and a moving story of one man's crusade to ensure that it is used for peace.
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The whiny testament of a former US Army officer who, after a stint of inner-space spying for covert agencies, turned on his erstwhile masters in a belated burst of moral outrage and was effectively cashiered.

The third generation of his family to pursue a military career, Morehouse became a model soldier. While on maneuvers with the Rangers in Jordan, however, the author stopped an errant machine-gun round. His helmet saved him, but he soon began having vivid out-of-body experiences and visions. Morehouse was steered by the psychologist he consulted into a hush-hush project funded by the CIA. At his new duty station the apprentice psychic developed his gift for remote viewing; this extrasensory faculty allows him to move (in something very like a fugue state) backward or forward through time and gather information while doing so. On his travels in the ether, the author claims to have "seen" Iraqis place canisters near blazing oil wells, which purportedly released slow- acting toxins to poison UN Coalition troops during the Persian Gulf conflict. Morehouse also asserts that he observed the kidnapping and murder by Arab terrorists of a USMC colonel in Beirut, helped track the terrorists who blew up Pan Am flight 103 over Scotland, and identified couriers transporting contraband drugs across US borders. Ultimately revolted by the allegedly nefarious (but undisclosed) uses to which remote viewing had been put, the author resolved to go public with his complaints. Even now, Morehouse professes amazement at the lengths to which the military would go to protect the secrecy of a highly classified project and shock at the realization that his beloved army was prepared to court-martial him on trumped-up charges.

A very different sort of war story, one that not only strains credulity but also begs rather a lot of questions about the scientific validity of paranormal visitations along what Morehouse presents as a sort of mental Internet.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780312147082
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 10/1/1996
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 6.40 (w) x 9.45 (h) x 0.93 (d)

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    I was overwhelmed with emotional conflicts by this story of a br

    I was overwhelmed with emotional conflicts by this story of a brave man and the most amazingly patient and persevering wife any man can deserve. I highly recommend this book! Sometimes one has to suspend ones' disbelief on the unknown.

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