David Morehouse, and the Psychic Warriors
In 1979, a man named David Morehouse joined the U.S. Army. In 1987, he was shot by a stray bullet in the helmet during a training exercise, which knocked him unconscious. He had a dream about an angel, and his entire life changed. He started having strange dreams, and felt as if he could see through the eyes of people around him. He went to an army psychologist about his visions, fully expecting to be diagnosed with a mental illness. Instead of calling him crazy, the doctor introduced him to Project Stargate, who were putting together a group of “Psychic Warriors”, and they asked Morehouse to join. They were all living in a shack in the middle of Maryland called Fort Meade.
David Morehouse went through training sessions where he acted as the “viewer”, and the second person, or “monitor”, would give him random coordinates on a map, and he was asked to describe his surroundings. Without having any idea where those coordinates actually were, Morehouse was able to accurately describe foreign locations.
The CIA called upon David Morehouse in two specific cases. First was the capture of a Marine named William Higgins in Lebanon. Morehouse and a few of the other psychic soldiers were able to describe the actual location where Higgins was being held, and explain the scene. Unfortunately, they could not rescue him in time, and he was killed.
The next was Pan Am Flight 103, which disappeared above the ocean. Morehouse gave the CIA the plane’s location, and also said that it blew up because of a terrorist bomb that was hidden in a suitcase. When a team found the plane and investigated the crash, they realized that the remote viewers were correct. David Morehouse wrote an autobiography about his experiences called Psychic Warrior: Inside the Cia’s Stargate Program : The True Story of a Soldier’s Espionage and Awakening. After retiring from the military, he spent the rest of his career with a private business teaching remote viewing to other people, and going on speaking engagements to talk about UFO’s and the power of the human mind. The movie The Men Who Stare at Goats was inspired by Morehouse’s book, and his life story.