“To touch a distant fire…and not get burned.” Such is the enigmatic, highly-trained skill of Remote Viewing that has been nothing short of miraculous in the life of Major Ed Dames, U.S. Army (Retired) as described in his latest book ‘Tell Me What You See.’ In parts of the book, the Major shares his unique perspective of his progressed top-secret psi-spy intelligence involvement in a US military-DIA-CIA clandestine project that birthed in to what we know today as Remote Viewing.
The eternal flame of knowledge (otherwise known as the Matrix, Collective Unconscious, or Akashic Records) gives off ‘beacons of light’ signals like that from a lighthouse perched over a vast, foggy sea of all the information that exists. Our unconscious mind can focus on a particular signal emanating from that source and bring it to our conscious awareness in order to access specific information we wish to ‘see’. Remote Viewing uses a protocol designed to teach the skill of how to see a particular signal distinguishable from all other signals. Major Ed Dames has taken his many years of military-assigned RV knowledge and expertly fine-tuned this process for many in the private sector all over the world for the last several years.
Co-author, Joel Harry Newman, did a wonderful job of compiling and capturing highlights of the Major’s extensive, distinguished military intelligence career and certain fascinating relevant RV cases. From this book I have learned that the Major has, indeed, touched many “distant fires” simultaneously. So much so, that it appears as though he has lived several incredible lives at once with all his notable associations. Not all of these experiences were pleasant, however. In fact, some of the things that the Major has had to endure over his lifetime have been nothing short of horrendous in which a lesser being would have fallen in to the pit of their own despair over. The Major, instead, forged himself in to a pillar of strength because of these ‘trials by fire’. Good thing, because any ‘well-known’ is going to constantly have flaming arrows shot their way, and the Major has been no exception. In his book, he has not lost his sense of humor, nor his sense of wonderment, empathy, dignity, purpose, but most of all : his never-ending search for the truth… all were definitely apparent in his rendering. This writing, along with all the embers Major Dames has passed on to the masses over the years for others to start their own fires, commands my utmost respect.
If you have a burning desire to learn the answers to all your questions regarding any person, place, thing or event in the past, present or future, by merely using the tools of pen, paper and your own unconscious mind, then this book is definitely for you. I highly recommend that you sit by the Major’s ‘distant fire’, and be mesmerized by the possibilities within the flames using ‘Tell Me What You See’ as a discovery guidebook of all that Remote Viewing can be for you, personally.
Major Dames’ book ‘Tell Me What You See’, instructional DVDs and much, much more can be found on:
***Major Ed Dames, a regular guest on Coast to Coast AM radio, will again be featured the night of January 4, 2011*** George Noory, host of this program, wrote the foreword to the Major’s book.
For more information go to the show’s website: