Tell Me What You See: Remote Viewing Cases from the World's Premier Psychic Spy

Tell Me What You See: Remote Viewing Cases from the World's Premier Psychic Spy

by Ed Dames U.S. Army (Ret.), Joel Harry Newman

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The unknown isn't so unbelievable in Dames’s hands.—George Noory

As the operations and training officer for the Defense Intelligence Agency's Psychic Intelligence Unit, Major Dames, with his team, used the practice of remote viewing to uncover accurate military intelligence. After retiring from the military, Dames turned his paranormal detective skills to finding missing persons, such as millionaire pilot Steve Fossett, whose plane vanished in Nevada, and a young Colorado girl named Christina White, who disappeared seemingly without a trace. He has even located one of the most legendary missing objects in history, the Ark of the Covenant.

In Tell Me What You See , Dames takes you behind the scenes of some of his most mind-bending cases.

  • Reveals true stories and fascinating secrets uncovered by the military's remote viewing teams—from intelligence on Soviet missile sites to the whereabouts of missing POWs in Vietnam to the location of the Ark of the Covenant
  • Maj. Dames is the most popular guest on George Noory's exceedingly popular radio show Coast to Coast AM

For anyone fascinated by the intersection of the military and the mysterious, Tell Me What You See is an amazing and completely absorbing must-read.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780470581773
Publisher: Turner Publishing Company
Publication date: 11/23/2010
Edition description: First Edition
Pages: 288
Sales rank: 585,998
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Major Edward A. Dames is a decorated military intelligence officer, an original member of the U.S. Army prototype remote viewing training program, and a former training and operations officer for the Defense Intelligence Agency's psychic intelligence collection unit. Currently executive director for the Matrix Intelligence Agency, a private consulting group, he also travels extensively teaching remote viewing to audiences around the world.

Joel Harry Newman is a former staff reporter and editor for the Los Angeles Herald Examiner and has contributed articles to Los Angeles Times Magazine, Hollywood Reporter, Details, and PDN, among many others.

Table of Contents

Foreword George Noory ix

Acknowledgments xiii

1 Time to Go 1

2 Surfing the Matrix 13

3 The Jersey Devil 29

4 For Christina 57

5 There Be Witches Here 107

6 Seeing through Walls 131

7 Ether Wars 151

8 POWs No More 187

9 Target: The Ark of the Covenant 219

10 A New and Younger World 247

Index 261

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Tell Me What You See: Remote Viewing Cases from the World's Premier Psychic Spy 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
DavesMuse More than 1 year ago
I was researching for more specific information about remote viewing. I know about it, and am acquainted with the out of body experience. My novel incorporates all of it, and I need INTEL, and "Tell Me What You See", helped. Major Ed Dames and Joel Newman gave a captivating review of the process. I would highly recommend this to anyone wanting to have access to insider information. If any professional remote viewers are remote viewing this ... I could use your input that perhaps one day makes it into ... Nook Books I am at
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Maj Dames is a beautiful writer and I was captivated by the stories of his life. The only issue I have with this book is lack of results. I would have liked to see RV at work finding the missing and saving the lost. All in all I enjoyed it though.
GEFL More than 1 year ago
I became interested in remote viewing (RV) while listening to "Coast to Coast." The author is a frequent guest. I'd planned to take the RV course and wanted to know more about it. This partly autobiographical book gives enough of an idea of what RV is about to recommend it for general information. Major Dames' autobiography is also quite interesting and worth reading. I am about half way through the book so far.
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