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Remote Viewing Forecast

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Date: Thursday - June 26, 2003
Host: Art Bell
Guests: Major Ed Dames, Stan Deyo

"Remote Viewing is mind control," a kind of systematic ESP, where you're able to control your own mind, Major Ed Dames told Art Bell when he returned to Coast this Thursday night. First off, Dames was asked about a prediction he made in his last appearance on the show back in March when he said North Korea would stage a nuclear attack during the Iraq war. "That was my opinion as a strategist," rather than a remote viewer, Dames said, adding that he stood by his assertion that North Korea would be the first country to use a nuclear weapon in this time frame.

Dames said his team is working on a new protocol that would allow them to narrow the timeline for their predictions, by remote viewing the nearest significant event prior to their target. "Avian borne disease" which could lead to economic collapse was the nearest threat Dames saw coming, possibly as early as this summer. Here is a rundown of some of his other comments:

  • "I'm a big star on Japanese TV," Dames said, explaining that he has a TV special there every month, and that the Japanese are serious believers in remote viewing.
  • "I believe in my lifetime we're going to see a pole shift as catastrophic as the one off the coast of Cuba (structures resembling pyramids were found 2,000 ft. underwater)."
  • Planet X "is a reality," and "does appear to be the cause of the wobble." Its passage will be signaled by "extreme weather events."
  • "The message is in the medium," for both crop circles and animal mutilations. The aliens are saying that dead crops/dead meat are on the horizon.

Messages to Stan Deyo

Disaster preparedness expert Stan Deyo joined Art during the first hour of Thursday's show to share some information he received during a mysterious encounter. "I used to work in Army Intelligence," a well dressed stranger told Deyo at a bookstore near his home in Pueblo, Colorado.

Among the man's revelations: Tsunami's will kill massive numbers of people in California in the aftermath of an earthquake or volcanic eruption sometime within the next 17 years. He also spoke about the government being aware of alien races and stargates which can travel to other dimensions.

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Bumper music from Thursday June 26, 2003

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