Psychic Warrior

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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 ...

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Overview

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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"A crackling saga that makes the X-Files look like The Waltons." —The American

"A very different sort of war story." —Kirkus Reviews

"A dramatic tale told with flair." —Publishers Weekly

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780312964139
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 1/28/1998
  • Series: Psychic Warrior Series
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 310
  • Product dimensions: 4.25 (w) x 6.75 (h) x 0.81 (d)

Meet the Author

David Morehouse's military accomplishments include being selected as the top cadet commissioned into the regular Army in 1979-from over 2,500 cadets. He served as aide-de-camp for two Commanding Generals, commanded the Army's only separate Airborne Rifle Company, as well as an elite Airborne Ranger Company. He was second in command of the 2nd Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, and is highly decorated with numerous Defense, Joint, and Army commendations. He is a special operations infantryman whose combat special skills include the Master Parachutist Badge, Underwater Operations, Pathfinder Badge, and the coveted Ranger Tab. He has been awarded jump wings from six foreign nations.

He holds a masters degree in Military Arts and Science from the US Army's Command and General Staff College, and a doctorate in Education from LaSalle University. He writes and lectures on issues of global peace, and is the author of Nonlethal Weapons: War Without Death, published by Praeger Press. He was most recently invited to attend the Mikhail Gorbachev Foundation's 1995 State of the World Forum, where he served as a speaker and panel member for issues surrounding new approaches to conflict resolution in the coming millennium.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 13, 2007

    Outstanding

    This book is a wonderful read! Thanks David

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2003

    Remote Viewing.....and then some

    Phychic Warrior is really two books in one. Part of the book includes a good introduction to remote viewing, a technique referred to by some as "out-of-body" experiences. While it is hard for many to understand and accept, several authors have detailed the federal government's efforts at harnessing these abilities for national security motives. The other part of the book struggles at maintaining a semblance of credibility. Guardian angels, visits to other planets, dinner with long dead Indian gurus are but a few the author's "experiences" he details for us in this book. He charges that a huge government conspiracy spearheaded by the CIA set him up for a phony court-martial, harrassment of his friends and family, and finally attempts to kill him and his entire family. All of this simply to keep him from telling his story. What is left out is the real story of his pre court-martial investigation (a 900 page report is available from DOD upon request) and the truth of the charges against him. To believe this part of the book, you would have to believe that the CIA is so powerful that it can get a major general to get numerous people to levy very serious phoney charges against an army officer....just to keep him from leaking classified information. The reader can easily be forgiven for wondering whether the government created all of that to keep him quiet...or whether he created all of that to detract from his pending court martial. Other "facts" in the book are questionable. For example, he starts work at Sun Streak in late 1988 and on his first day at work is shown a CNN article about President Bush. He must mean President Reagan. All in all, though, it was an interesting read. For many readers, however, myself included, the not insignificant negatives referred to above tended to cast a disappointing shadow over the remote viewing scenarios he detailed. This was my first full length read on remote viewing, and in spite of the shortcomings of this book, I will likely read more on this fascinating subject.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2002

    Great reading!

    An unbelievably compelling book. A must-read for anyone interested in psychic issues or spirituality. The psychic spying aspect is fascinating as well. Once you begin reading this book you won't want to put it down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 4, 2001

    thought-provoking and disturbing

    This biography of an ex- Army Ranger who becomes able to see into both the past and the future after a head injury,delves into the process of remote viewing. He and his family are persecuted and almost killed when he tries to go public with the information that our government is using remote viewing for spying instead of for good such as finding a cure for cancer. It is well written and makes you wonder why almost 5 years after it was written, that the public is still unaware of what remote viewing is and it's effectiveness.

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