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

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

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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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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781429937818
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 1/15/1998
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 310
  • Sales rank: 288,093
  • File size: 312 KB

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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 May 12, 2014

    Somewhat intriging

    Must state the main character was obviously with post tramatic stress disorder, after near death experience. Besides the fact as young adult you start questioning others expectation of you. The people in charge did not work with best intentions but used him as lab rat. Is remote viewing viably? That is a question only you can answer.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 18, 2013

    Excellent read. Blew my mind!

    May the angel of David Morehouse always be with him and his family and bless him to use his heart to remember to listen for the truth. Like the previous reviewer I am also a proud American, but am finding myself becoming more disturbed my our governments willingness to hide the facts from its citizens. I am also greatly ashamed the U.S. government seems to look for ways to avoid responsibilty in caring for the soldiers who protect our and their freedom. Collectively as a nation, it is we who owe them everything for the opportunities and way of life we take for granted. I salute the forgotten heroes!!!


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  • Posted May 27, 2013

    I have read both "Psychic Warrior" books. One authored

    I have read both "Psychic Warrior" books. One authored by David Morehouse, and the other by Bob Mayer.
    For my money, and my quest of knowledge beyond the physical, and of one of seeking truths, I would have to recommend the Psychic Warrior, authored by David Morehouse.
    For (David Morehouse), one who was discredited so thoroughly, with extreme prejudice I do not believe a word of the allegations.
    I am acquainted with remote viewing and the out of body experience or adventures, as I would like to call them.
    There is more to us than what society and religious leaders want us to know, and I believe it is all about control, but you can believe what you wish. I do not care.
    From what I perceive about the whole experiences that Mr. Morehouse and many others have been through—he is correct in going forward, like a salmon migrating upstream looking for a place to lay his seeds of truth ... giving birth to those seeds the universe allows life, propagating newer truths.
    Our founding fathers—the ones that risked so much in the fight for freedom, warned us about government becoming too big, and all too powerful.
    That time has arrived.
    I have never been a part of any intelligence organization in or out of our government, and have a great love and respect for our beloved United States of America, and what our country stood for.
    I am writing a book of fiction "StarLight StarBright", that is partly psychological ware fare and partly action adventure. It is not based on any other work, nor is it on a distant planet. It is purely fiction.
    I do not know ... that if I were in the same shoes as David Morehouse, I would have had the guts to expose, his experiences, but I have a deep respect for him in doing so.
    To those of you who are seeking truths—I unconditionally recommend his book "Psychic Warrior", by David Morehouse.
    David Powell

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