The world's foremost remote viewing teacher, Edward A. Dames, Major, U.S. Army (ret.) is a decorated military intelligence officer and an original member of the U.S. Army prototype remote viewing training program. He served as the training and operations officer for the Defense Intelligence Agency's psychic intelligence (PSIINT) collection unit, and currently serves as executive director for the Matrix Intelligence Agency, a private consulting group. The technical consultant for the feature film, Suspect Zero, (a Tom Cruise-Paula Wagner production), Ed coached Sir Ben Kingsley, and played the role of an FBI remote viewing instructor in the movie, as well.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time traveled back to August 13, 1997, when Art interviewed remote viewing expert Ed Dames, who gave a wide variety of doom and gloom predictions for the future after remote viewing several high profile targets.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time journeyed back to June 14, 1996, when Art was joined by expert remote viewer Ed Dames who discusses remote viewing "Art's Parts" and why he believes it comes from a "time machine."
In the first half, foremost remote viewing teacher, Edward A. Dames, Major, U.S. Army (ret.) discussed the convergence of several Remote Viewing predictions that he claims have been coming to pass in 2014 including recent solar activity and reports of increased radiation from the Fukushima power plant.
In a special Fourth of July edition of the 'Secret Door,' George Noory welcomed four different guests, including author Heidi Hollis, consultant George Ure, remote viewing teacher Major Ed Dames, and psychic More »
Remote viewing teacher Ed Dames shared updates on solar threats, ETs and other-dimensional visitors, as well as his recent work remote viewing why Mars lost its atmosphere, killing off its life and civilizations.
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Remote viewing teacher Ed Dames presented his latest insights and predictions on such subjects as 'Solar Killshot' safe havens, ongoing extraterrestrial intervention, the Fukushima disaster, and war with Iran.
Remote viewing teacher, Ed Dames, shared his latest insights and predictions, based on remote viewing done by him and his team. He announced that the current solar cycle could generate some deadly coronal mass ejections-- a series of "killshots."
Many people point to 1969 as being a pivotal year for change. But Rolling Stone writer David Browne is more convinced that 1970 is the true culprit to the end of peace and love. He joined George Knapp to look at how 1970 changed the world through the stories of four rock and roll bands.
Remote viewing teacher Major Ed Dames discussed the current cases his agency is working on, as well as provided updates on sunspot activity and military events around the world, including a possible terrorist attack on the U.S. in which fuel-air weapons are to be employed.
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Remote Viewing instructor Paul Smith discussed how dowsing and remote viewing can be used to predict and visit the future. It's as if your consciousness can travel in time, both forward and back, he said. Large scale "deterministic" events in the future can't be changed, he noted, but if a person learns of an upcoming event they can alter their reaction to it, such as avoiding an... More »
Author and filmmaker Sydney Kirkpatrick discussed his research into the American prophet Edgar Cayce. He had exclusive access to Cayce's personal papers and trance readings, including the names of people who received readings, such as George Gershwin, Gloria Swanson, Tesla and Edison.
Physicist Tom Campbell spoke about his experiences exploring different realms of consciousness. He worked with Robert Monroe in the early 1970s, helping establish Monroe's laboratory for the study of consciousness, and develop the Hemi-Sync technology, used to attain specific altered states.
Art Bell was joined by Richard Tarnas, author of Cosmos and Psyche and The Passion of the Western Mind, for a discussion on consciousness, the history of modern thought, and the validity of astrology and its role in world affairs.
Remote viewing teacher Major Ed Dames returned to alert listeners to things he sees on the 'event horizon,' and also offer analysis of UFOs/aliens and mind warfare. Art asked him for a reaction to a recent news article about the Canadian Parliament being requested to hold hearings on relations with alien "ET" civilizations and concerns over weapons in space.
Journalist and author Will Hart shared his insights into uncovering our cosmic ancestry and connections to Atlantis. The focus should not be on finding Atlantis on the bottom of the ocean, but rather in tracing its influence which is spread out across a number of civilizations, he said.
Internationally recognized expert on our planet's delicate balance of sustaining life, Jim Bell, talked with host Art Bell about politics, peak oil production, and what we can do to become more energy self-sufficient. He believes the answer to energy self-sufficiency lies in cultivating renewable energy sources, such as solar power.
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.
Remote viewing teacher Major Ed Dames returned to share his latest RV targets, as well as comment on Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP) and his previous Indonesian earthquake prediction, in which he said there would be a 9+ quake with an epicenter just off the northwest tip of New Guinea in March 2005. Though the actual epicenter was about 2,000 miles away from the predicted location, he... More »
Remote viewing teacher Major Ed Dames helped welcome in an Unhappy New Year, as he warned about Earth's next major catastrophe. He also provided updates on a cold case involving a missing girl and a treasure hunt in the southwestern United States, which he discussed previously on the 10/9/04 show.
Saturday's main guest, remote viewing teacher Major Ed Dames discussed North Korea's nuclear capabilities, a coming global economic collapse, the "Killshot," as well as a new breakthrough in remote viewing.Dames is certain "the next use of a nuclear weapon will be on the Korean peninsula." He said the detonation of this nuclear device will usher us into World War III.... More »
During Saturday's show, the world's foremost remote viewing teacher, Major Ed Dames, discussed what he calls the "Killshot," a series of solar flares that he and his remote viewing research team believe will hit earth causing an extreme amount of destruction and death.
Remote viewing teacher Major Ed Dames shared his latest forecasts which included the identification of the key harbinger event that immediately precedes major cataclysms on our planet. The event he said to watch out for will be the early return of a Space Shuttle mission, due to heavy meteor showers. (Shuttle missions are scheduled to be... More »
Remote viewing teacher Major Ed Dames discussed his latest forecasts which include in the next few years, the start of WWIII (brought on by a nuclear strike in North Korea) and calamitous geophysical changes caused by the return of Nibiru (Planet X) into our inner solar system.
Saturday's first hour guest, remote viewer Major Ed Dames (website) said that the current solar activity was "the shot across the bow," that he has foreseen. These flares are a precursor to more severe upheavals on the sun, which would eventually lead to solar "kill shots," Dames predicted. He also said he has remote viewed a major earthquake in Japan, that would occur... More »
Sunday's main guest, remote viewing teacher Major Ed Dames discussed such topics as the solar kill shot, ET interactions with Earth, and China's secret weapons program, which he said could kill wheat crops in the US.
"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 More »
"I have the most horrible message that I have ever put out in my 7 years on the show," said Major Ed Dames, who was George's guest on Thursday night. Dames, one of the world's foremost remote viewers, is predicting a nuclear attack by the North Koreans which he said will come from a hidden tunnel. It will occur on the border between North and South Korea shortly after the US... More »