Remote viewing teacher Maj. Ed Dames returned to discuss current cases his agency (Matrix Intelligence Agency) is working on, as well as updates on solar activity and other events. He also reviewed some of his past predictions, in particular ones he made on his 4/9/09 C2C appearance. Regarding his claim that a large quake would hit the Carson City, NV area, and that Israel would attack Iran, both by around October 2009, he admitted to making a mistake. "I should not have said the date," said Dames, though he believes both events are still slated to happen.
In discussing how remote viewing has evolved over the last 30 years, he noted that the way targets are described hasn't changed, but searching capabilities have become more sophisticated. China, he warned, is developing "remote influencing" programs with teams of people, who may one day focus their efforts on damaging military or other targets.
He revealed a remote viewed location for the biblical Ark of the Covenant-- the St. Theodosius Monastery, 10 km southeast of Jerusalem, as well as his own personal remote viewing project-- the birthplace of Barack Obama, which he claimed was in Kenya (see article below for images of the two locations). Some of Dames' other revelations included:
The solar "killshot" may occur between 2011-2013, with solar flares super-heating the atmosphere.
- The Antichrist (or someone in that "lineage") is a male politician who is alive today.
When he remote viewed "Satan" some time ago, he found "it" to be a scary, "cold, crystalline entity."
- The next volcanic eruption in North America will be a small one near Mono Lake.
On the "backside" of the moon is an artificial cubic structure in a crater.
- At Cydonia on Mars, a three-sided pyramid is an artificial structure created by an ancient civilization.
Last hour guest, earth changes expert Mitch Battros shared reports of recent volcanic activity and earthquakes, such as the 7.2 quake that just hit the Solomon Islands. He also touched on the discovery of new exoplanets made by the Kepler space telescope, noting they were quite dissimilar to Earth.