Remote Viewing Bin Laden

Remote Viewing Bin Laden

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HostGeorge Noory

GuestsMajor Ed Dames, Richard C. Hoagland

Remote viewing teacher Maj. Ed Dames discussed how his agency (the Matrix Intelligence Agency) has pinned down the location of Osama bin Laden. There was a particular urgency in this task, as he believes a radiological attack on the United States by al-Qaeda is imminent. Al-Qaeda has reconstituted and is stronger than they were before 9-11 with "tentacles" all around the world, he said.

While bin Laden lives in a cave structure or underground in Pakistan (see map below), he does come out to go to a mosque, said Dames, who added that about the only thing the U.S. can do to deter al-Qaeda is to continually take out their leadership.

Dames touched on the 'Solar Killshot,' which he suggested is part of an 11,500-year cycle that the Earth goes through. He noted that coronal mass ejections from the sun could cause temperatures on Earth to rise as high as 200 degrees Fahrenheit, over a period of 30 minutes. He also shared details about the learning process of remote viewing, and agreed to remote view the building of the ancient pyramids, as a special project requested by George.

Life in Martian Soil?

First hour guest Richard C. Hoagland (darkmission.net) commented on a report that Martian soil may contain life. The possibility that Martian microbes are metabolizing hydrogen peroxide at minus 60 degrees Fahrenheit is particularly intriguing, he said.

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Maj. Ed Dames has sent us a map of what he believes to be Osama bin Laden's specific location in Pakistan. Click the image for a larger view.

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