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hollistic intelligence

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posted on Jan, 19 2007 @ 05:40 PM
i recently read a book entitled "Psychic Soldier" in wich the author a man named David Morehouse details his experiences in a government program wich relies on "out of body" experiences and conditioning as a source for inteligence. i was just wondering about your colective response to some of the more hollistic theorys out there this case imparticular.

[edit on 19-1-2007 by tric9]

posted on Mar, 19 2007 @ 07:19 PM
Best trust your instincts.

Came across this from "Remote Viewers: The Secret History of America's Psychic Spies"
By Jim Schnabel; Dell Books, 1997

"As Morehouse's lawyers began to request special clearances
look into the remote-viewing program, and to interview former
participants, the Army classified the proceedings, and attempted
to keep them from reaching a trial. Within a few months, Fort
Bragg authorities had struck a deal with Morehouse. In lieu of a
trial on the Fort Braff misconduct charges, he resigned from the
Army with an 'other than honorable' discharge that left him
neither pension or benefits. He officially separated from the
Army in January 1995, and went to work for Sandra Martin in New

"Ed Dames was now living in Beverly Hills with his girlfriend,
the estranged wife of the actor Brad Dourif. After seeing a
draft of the Jim Marrs book in the spring of 1995, Dames
complained that it was heavily fictionalized, and focussed too
much on Morehouse. Harmony eventually cancelled the book.

Grain of salt.


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