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Publisher's Summary

David Morehouse was already a highly decorated third-generation army officer when a routine training operation radically changed his life. He was hit by a stray bullet, and after recovering he began to have out-of-body experiences. With his newfound psychic abilities, he became one of the top "remote reviewers" in a CIA espionage operation called "Stargate." On this thrilling and incredible journey, he shares his visions and traumas, the techniques and secrets of remote viewing, the discoveries and successes of the Stargate program, and his own amazing spiritual transformation and awakening.
©1996 by David Morehouse (P)1996 Dove Audio, Inc.

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LOVED it!

A wonderful courageous man, with gut - level honesty. Very well written book. He held my interest from beginning to end. I'm impressed he read it himself; gave me the opportunity to discern his authenticity. The world needs a million more like him.

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It is interesting to read an account of someone involved in the end of the stargate program, at a time where they were involved in discrediting the whole program. I feel for Morehouse being put in that position and become a bit of a scapegoat. I don't think he really got to experience RV'ing as it truely is, but his experience is enlightening, and he has a wonderful writing style, plus an easy listening voice. I enjoyed this book and wish it was not abridged.

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Remote Viewing-Great Book

I couldn't stop listening! Such a great book. Want to know more about remote viewing..

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Abridged, though...

I hope the parts not included in this abridged version are less than one hundredth of those included in terms of exciting, otherwise I'll to buy and read the printed version...

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Not a believable story

What was most disappointing about David Morehouse’s story?

While I don't doubt he might have some "talent" the story seems to lack sincerity. My opinion of course. I don't doubt there are people who have this type of skills, I personally know some, so what I doubt is his story, doesn't feel truthful. Thin story, thin explanations, and his relationship with the angel is too sketchy to be truthful. Quote from the book - his dad tells him "I gave you my angel".... no comments.

Have you listened to any of David Morehouse’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

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If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Psychic Warrior?

I would've challenged his truth and if he would've still state that the story is right, I would've guided him to add more details. He doesn't give any reasons to rational and spiritual people to believe him.

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earth is a prison planet.

I enjoyed it thoroughly, however I wish it was longer and went more into detail about some of the actual field work that some of the group did. like going out and visiting certain physical locations as feedback. great book overall.

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A real life hero's journey

A bullet to the head transformed David Morehouse from a career military officer into an activist for peace. His terrifying odyssey hurled him into a hell few of us will ever see, ultimately propelling him toward a difficult, much bigger call of duty. His heroic telling of the good, the bad & the ugly of that rise, fall & rebirth is a gripping, transformative adventure, beautifully told by the man who lived it. Recommend.

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There Seems To Be Holes

The book begins with the author having the ability to remote view. I would have liked background on his father and his abilities. Also more on experiences prior to the army.

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I found it to have an air of speculative ambiguity

A lot of fluff narrative that fails to meet the expose nature it claims

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the author is a good story teller.

the story presented came across with too much woo-woo. the author does a great job of telling a story, but offers very little into the "hows" of remote viewing. In the end, I was left feeling more like I heard a story of science fiction, rather than one of non-fiction.