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posted on Apr, 10 2009 @ 04:57 PM
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He was on Coast to Coast last night. Seems NV area could be shaking in the next few months.
www.coasttocoastam.com...




posted on Apr, 11 2009 @ 07:39 PM
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After listening to the show the other night I think the quake is the least of our worries .

He predicts a war between Iran and Israel within the next 6 months , a nuclear launch by NK within the next few months and he is calming that the "kill shot" that he speaks about will be upon us within the next 5 years . He is calming that its all over but the crying and he went as far as to say that its to late for people to even bother trying to learn remote viewing , as there is now not enough time to learn .



posted on Apr, 11 2009 @ 07:56 PM
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I listened to Ed Dames with Noory and Dames obviously lacked composure.
At one point George Noory mentioned that Dames predicted a huge quake.
Dames lost his inner peace (if he ever had any) and blasted George Noory
saying," Hey, I never said huge quake, I said powerful quake.
Don't put words in my mouth." To which George Noory laughed in his face.

This is a prime example of Dame's amateurishness and insecurity.
The reason he is so testy and insecure is because he is wrong 85 per cent
of the time! Dames has all the credibility of Bernie Madoff. Dames is a joke
among professional forecasters. And now that so many people have seen
the huge cracks in his veneer-he can't handle the slightest scrutiny. It's
fun to watch Dames come apart because of his internal attachment to his
fantasy image of himself. An image that more and more people see right
through to a wimpy skeleton of egoism and testy testeroni-a coast to coast
treat. Put him on TV-I'd love to watch this worm squirm.



posted on Apr, 11 2009 @ 08:00 PM
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reply to post by Electricneo
 


I feel a lot better reading your post stating that he is wrong 85% of the time


Yes I noticed that instant where he kinda lost it when George called the quake a huge quake . I didn't understand where that was coming from until I just read your post .



posted on Apr, 11 2009 @ 08:14 PM
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Originally posted by Electricneo
I listened to Ed Dames with Noory and Dames obviously lacked composure.
At one point George Noory mentioned that Dames predicted a huge quake.
Dames lost his inner peace (if he ever had any) and blasted George Noory
saying," Hey, I never said huge quake, I said powerful quake.
Don't put words in my mouth." To which George Noory laughed in his face.

This is a prime example of Dame's amateurishness and insecurity.
The reason he is so testy and insecure is because he is wrong 85 per cent
of the time! Dames has all the credibility of Bernie Madoff. Dames is a joke
among professional forecasters. And now that so many people have seen
the huge cracks in his veneer-he can't handle the slightest scrutiny. It's
fun to watch Dames come apart because of his internal attachment to his
fantasy image of himself. An image that more and more people see right
through to a wimpy skeleton of egoism and testy testeroni-a coast to coast
treat. Put him on TV-I'd love to watch this worm squirm.


You typed all of that just to tell us you're not a fan of Ed Dames? Well I don't think we care whether you're a fan or not, we're interested in discussing the topic of this thread. The guy is well versed and respected in the Remote Viewing circle, so what he isn't some tolerant word-mincing fancy commentator. Leave that to politics and we know how far it gets to the truth, never. Ed Dames could have a speech impediment for all I care, but that isn't the judge of his expertise in remote viewing. You really wrote a lot to say one thing, “I'm not interested in this thread, just to critic Ed Dame's social performance being interviewed by some guy”.



[edit on 11-4-2009 by bumptiousness]



posted on Apr, 11 2009 @ 08:44 PM
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"We"? Are you kidding? It's foolhardy and presumptuous for you to think
that you speak for everyone at ATS. This post is for critiques and free
speech whether you like it or not.
Anyone in remote viewing circles who has an ounce of integrity sees Dames
for what he is. A traveling show of fear-mongering conman and insecurities
gone wild.

I've never met anyone at any UFO convention who respects him.
Most everyone scoffs at the mere mention of him.

Maybe naive teens like him and that's only because they are inexperienced
and can't distinguish between a nervous, scamming con-man and a real,
genuine, gifted precognitive talent. Their blind faith makes them suitable
candidates for the Taliban and right wing Evangelical Christians but they have
little training and perceptiveness to pick out the gold nuggets from the crap.
And sometimes jokers like Ed Dames try to gold leaf their turds and the
inexperienced are dupes due to shallowness and superficiality. Dig deeper
my friend and you will whiff the stench.



posted on Apr, 14 2009 @ 03:20 AM
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I like Ed Dames. He has nailed many predictions far ahead of when they actually happened, like the earth quakes, and that rust fungus which affected crops. We can verify that the U.S. spent a large sums of money on remote viewing, as Jim Marrs has stated many times. We know it works. Ed Dames is one of the leaders in the field, and is willing to stick his neck out and forward the warnings established in these viewing sessions, something he doesn't have to do. Maybe the reason he's a little short is due to people talking trash behind his back making up fictitious accuracy percentages, and misquoting his statements.




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