posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 09:57 AM
reply to post by seen2much
I think you mean Ed Dames!
He was one of the guys that tagged themselves on to the SRI remote-viewing program and then sold himself as product and teacher. In reality he was
never a remote-viewer for SRI and was more of an associate; he had some training from Swann and didn't complete all of it. Years ago now, I recall
reading that several original members had distanced themselves from him.
In the meantime, he's popped up on C2C and UFO conferences with one end-of-the-world prediction after another. Mass-alien landings, earthquakes,
nuclear strikes and death by asteroid are familiar themes of his. Oh! The humanity!! Funnily enough, not one of the other well-known RVers has made
claims of the world ending.
Some would say that RV is never 100% accurate and it's part of the experience that it will make mistakes. In Dames' case, it's either that or he's a
proficient BS artist. The only other RVer who has made claims about the end-of-the-world is Courtney Brown and he was born without ethics or
conscience. Just last year, he was trying to sell property in S. America off the back of *predictions* that the world ends in 2012. So Dames is in
very poor company.
Good article from the Top Secret Writers site.
edit on 28-10-2012 by Kandinsky because: typo