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The True Adventures of a Psychic Spy

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« Reply #15 on: July 01, 2007, 08:45:00 am »






REMOTE VIEWING AS A PUBLIC SERVICE



So what's in the future for "psychic warrior" David Morehouse?

"What I've been working on is Remote Viewing Technologies, a private company involved in information and training seminars for remote-viewing techniques," replies Morehouse. "Thus far we have not taught anyone in the private sector; only people in the commercial sector and law enforcement. We've been training police officers in remote viewing because they can readily make the transition. Trying to look through the eyes of a dead man for an hour and a half, that is not as disturbing to a cop as to a layman. Police officers seem to have this jaundiced view of the world, anyway. If they're working homicide detail, they have a tendency not to get as unravelled or upset."

So what's being done with this technology as a public service, so to speak?

"Probably the only two people spearheading that are Lin Buchanan and myself. I formed a company, called Remote Viewing Technologies, with police officers. Lin has what's called the Assigned Witness Program.

"Remote Viewing Technologies has been working several cases in New Jersey and several cases in Baltimore. We're getting ready to train a large number of officers in New Jersey, and we've already trained seven police officers in Minnesota. The law enforcement agencies, the chiefs of police, the detectives-everyone has welcomed the training with open arms; as long as they understand they must keep a perspective on it and know that the three cardinal rules of remote viewing must always prevail:

"One: It's not 100% accurate, never has been, never will be.

"Two: You can never trust the results of any single remote-viewer operating independently of other remote viewers; therefore you cannot task yourself. That's the problem that Courtney Brown and Ed Dames have run into. They front-load themselves. Courtney Brown sits downs and says, 'Hale-Bopp object following. Describe.' It violates all the cardinal rules of remote viewing. There's no blind or double blind. If you task yourself, you step into the world of analytical overlay or the process of imagination. It's the same protocol violation that Ed Dames falls into.

"Three: Remote viewing is not a stand-alone endeavour. It's always in consonance in the intelligence community with other 'collection platforms'. In law enforcement it's always used with other investigative methodologies."
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