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Mind Warfare

Date Sunday - June 19, 2005
Host Art Bell
Guests Major Ed Dames

Remote viewing teacher Major Ed Dames returned to the show, sharing observations from his recent trip to Ukraine and reporting on the advent of "mind warfare."

Countries such as China have become advanced in techniques of "remote interference," which he defined as the ability to influence a magnetic field around a target. The process acts at the atomic level by influencing "electrostatic inertial forces," and could momentarily weaken the magnetic fields of such objects as a pacemaker or a clock, he detailed. This type of warfare works from a distance against systems or material objects, rather than other people's minds, he said, and the effect can be built up slowly by the interferers.

Dames also reviewed some future events that he's remote viewed. We'd know the "kill shot," a series of solar flares that heat up the earth like a "rotisserie," was imminent when a space shuttle is forced down by a meteor shower, he said. Safe places or "sanctuaries" during the time of flares have been indicated by the areas where crop circles most frequently occur and in North America that would be above the North/South Dakota border, he noted. Dames also repeated his prediction that North Korea will test a nuke and eventually use one on the Korean peninsula.

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