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Ed Dames - Case Studies in Applied Remote Viewing (IRVA 2007)
As controversial as ever, Ed Dames calls 'em as he sees 'em in this invigorating display of chutzpah and charm. During the presentation Dames revisits many of his recent themes, including the search for Steve Fossett, hunting the nearly century-old wreckage of missing French aviators in New England, his view on the metaphysics of a remote viewing theory, his new "Geofix" program, why he failed at predicting the outcome of the Superbowl, and how he teaches students to use associative remote viewing to beat the odds in Las Vegas. In the extensive Q&A that follows, Dames touches on other of his trademark subjects, such as UFOs and the infamous "Killshot." You may love him, you may hate him - but you will certainly be entertained. (warning: some language inappropriate for children).
Ed Dames, Major, U.S. Army (ret.), is a ROTC Distinguished Military Graduate of the University of California, Berkeley. Between 1979 and 1983, Ed Dames served as an electronic warfare officer and scientific and technical intelligence officer. He is a decorated military intelligence officer and one of only a handful of government personnel to be personally trained in coordinate remote viewing (CRV) by Ingo Swann at SRI International. He served as both training and operations officer for the U.S. government's remote viewing program at Ft. Meade, MD.
Dames retired from the U.S. Army in 1991 and began a full-time effort to advance remote viewing technology, and to create teams of professional civilian remote viewers to work on complex projects. In 1997 he developed and released the world's first video taped remote viewing training program and in 2004 introduced a popular remote viewing DVD learning program. Since 2000, Ed Dames has held remote viewing workshops around the country in an effort to build a base of vocationally oriented remote viewers.