Decorated army officer Major Ed Dames tells the shocking true story of his time asoperations and training officer for the Defense Intelligence Agency's top-secret Psychic Intelligence Unit. Together with his PSI Spyteam, Dames used the practice of remote viewing to uncover accurate and verifiable military intelligence by going where no intel operatives on the ground could go -- into the very mind of the enemy.
After retiring from the military, he 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, cosmic Columbo Major Ed Dames takes you behind the scenes of some of his most mind-bending cases. He 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.
©2010 Edward A. Dames (P)2010 Audible, Inc
"The unknown isn't so unbelievable in Dames's hands." (George Noory, Coast to Coast AM)
I write my reviews under my wife Karen's account. Retired USN Russian linguist/analyst; actor; director; producer. Biography & History focus
The information is a rehash of other Remote Viewing books better told elsewhere. This title has some value but you need to overlook the massive ego. If you were to take the issues at face value Dames personally saved the world from the Soviet communist threat (Really? I thought there were a few others involved), was a "water-walker" (hmm, but still a major when he retired), had the ear of the president (his words) though he says he never communicated with any president (again, his words...maybe he just forgot), and the list goes on. Frankly, he does a disservice to his colleagues and the military in general because we only needed hin, and his analysis, to solve any world problem. Read McMoneagle or Morehouse for more objective and in-depth discussion of RV.
It doesn't seem like you get any actual information or proof, much less predictions about the future. It still seems a bit scifi, and surprising that if this is actually going on, that the government allows him to talk about it. I was really looking forward to this one, and disappointed that there wasn't much resolve.
There were some intriguing details but the author's ego kept getting in the way, like he had a continuous need to beat his chest about how exceptional he is. Whatever. Let's get back to the story. I still recommend it.
Major Dames is a great remote viewer, maybe the best. This is a great book, very interesting stories. I do fully believe in remote viewing, I have done it, not to his level but I am trying to attain it...I have also had two obe's which are really cool. This stuff is real, they need this to be taught. Open the human experience up, let us be the way we were intended to be!!!
Great book if you like this kind of stuff. Took the day off work to listen to the whole thing. Finished it in a day.
Loved the material presented here. I was familiar with much of it already. Really, I have only 2 complaints: 1. The book did seem to jump around a bit so there were times I had a hard time following it, and 2. toward the half-way point, I started to see things in Maj Dames' personality that I found personally abrasive. I understand based on his description of his early life why those elements came out in his personality but it soured me a little on the book and made it hard to root for him when he was fighting for his career or goals.
yes I do. I am retired military and was tested for this job but bowed out due to a supervisor I had
standard military crap. jealousy rules the military and its like the boy scouts only lacks adult supervision
yes. I think a little more emotions would have helped but its good book
I actually already do this.
I liked the book. its funny to hear about the denial of the military an its findings.Denial means= Don't Even No I Am Lying..
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