Dr. David Morehouse, USA “has
had an extremely diverse life, which in the words of his superiors, essentially began with a notable military career.
He held a Regular Army commission in the United States Infantry and is a Distinguished Military Graduate, and a Dr.
Ralph D. Mershon Award winner, designating him as the top cadet commissioned into the Regular Army in 1979, amongst 2,800
other potential candidates.
During his tours of duty, Major Morehouse
served in many staff and command positions ranging from Airborne rifle Company Commander to Commander of an elite Airborne
Ranger Company—he commanded for over four years while the majority of his peers commanded only eighteen months.
He was Aide de Camp to two army generals, the Battalion Executive Officer (second in command) of the 680 men of the
2nd Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, as well as being the Chief of Training for the 13,500 men and women of the
82nd Airborne Division.
From 1987 to 1991, David Morehouse
was assigned to several highly classified special access programs in the US Army’s Intelligence Security Command and
the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Science and Technology as a top secret Psychic Spy, a Remote Viewer.
An Army Ranger, Master Parachutist, Pathfinder, Scuba Diver and Special Operations Soldier, his distinctive military
skills place him in a select group of army officers. He holds a Master of Military Art and Science Degree,
a Masters degree in Administration, and a Doctorate in Education. The recipient of numerous military awards
and decorations, his last assignment was to have been with the Chief of Staff of the Army’s elite “Study Group”
as the non-lethal weapons expert.
Despite being designated by his superiors as “Destined to wear stars,”
he resigned his commission in 1995 after his decision to write Psychic Warrior resulted in unfounded charges being filed against
him—his resignation ended eighteen years of exemplary and honorable military service. David Morehouse later challenged
the allegations made against him in 1993, and was successful in having his discharge upgraded to fully honorable, after proving
to the Army discharge review board, a panel of five Colonels, that the allegations against him were baseless, without merit,
and devoid of credible evidence. Dr. David Morehouse is the author of Psychic Warrior: The True Story of America's
Foremost Psychic Spy and the Cover-Up of the CIA's Top-Secret Stargate Program; Remote Viewing: The Complete User's Manual
for Coordinate Remote Viewing; and, Nonlethal Weapons: War without Death.
Publishers Weekly said of Psychic
Warrior: The True Story of America's Foremost Psychic Spy and the Cover-Up of the CIA's Top-Secret Stargate Program,
“About a year ago, the media reported that the Pentagon had been training and using psychic spies, operatives who garnered
information through "remote viewing." According to Morehouse, the media reports arose from a disinformation campaign
conducted by the CIA in cooperation with the Defense Intelligence Agency. Here, Morehouse, a former highly decorated army
officer and psychic spy in the Star Gate program purports to tell the real story and his role in it. Morehouse, we learn,
became a psychic literally by accident. He was serving with the infantry in Jordan when he was knocked out by a stray bullet
that hit his helmet; afterward, he saw strange visions and experienced out-of-body episodes. Instead of recommending psychiatric
treatment, the army placed Morehouse in a top secret program in which agents psychically travel to far-flung sites to "view"
prisons, airplane-crash locations and the like. Morehouse's descriptions of his psychic trips are the strength of this book.
Most combine mystery and suspense so skillfully that he makes perfectly believable the notion that he "visited"
a friend who had been killed in an air crash. But some of his "trips," such as the time-warp call at the burial
site of the lost Ark of the Covenant, seem less authentic, though they're equally entertaining. For all the detail in his
recounting of his remote-viewing incidents, Morehouse's narrative leaves gaps and unanswered questions, including exactly
how the viewing process works, and the Star Gate program's exact provenance. Readers may need to do some remote viewing of
their own to fill in the blanks, but overall this is a dramatic tale told with flair.”
One reader of Psychic Warrior:
The True Story of America's Foremost Psychic Spy and the Cover-Up of the CIA's Top-Secret Stargate Program said,
“I was under CPT Moorehouse's command From E-1 to E-5. I was in 2nd plt Bco. 1/75 Ranger Bn at Hunter Army Airfield
Savannah Ga. It was my platoon on the Objective when CPT Moorehouse had been shot in the head. Unfortunately I wasn't personally
on that deployment due to a death in my family. SFC Ricketts, SFC Hayes, Lt. Wright, Lt. Owens were my leaders growing up
in the Ranger Bn. All of us under the Command of Captain David Morehouse. This book would be totally unbelievable to me except
for one fact, the man who wrote it. I was in his company nearly the entire time he was in command.
I am currently in Special Forces and
have been in the military over 12 years. My entire career has been in special operations; and up to date I have not had a
commander or Team leader that could hold a candle to Cpt. Moorehouse. As the CQ runner, while under his command, I would have
the duties to clean his office in the evenings. I would stand in awe of his walls hanging his military diplomas. Diploma after
diploma was distinguished honor graduate or honor graduate. This in it self would set himself far above his peers. But it
was my personal witness to his commitment to his soldiers, his company, and mission accomplishment that proved his true character.
This man truly trained his company for war not for his OER, which, I believe, most commanders do. On more than one occasion
I witnessed him break range control regs, putting his career on the line, so we could have the most realistic training possible.
So his company would be truly ready for combat not just looking like it on paper for the higher echelons pleasure. He had
tremendous standards which he held the company to. He would not have any of his men do anything he wasn't first willing to
do himself. I once witnessed him carrying two rucksacks on a road march. One rucksack was his own and the other was a soldier's
ruck who could not keep up the pace. There are too many incidents proving his selflessness and dedication to mention.
One thing I can say for sure is I was
there. I was a witness to his professionalism, his character, and to this day I would follow him into combat without hesitation.
There are many great soldier's in Special Ops and CPT Morehouse was one of the best. His book is an eye opener for everyone
currently in Special Ops. Though by far the most unbelievable non-fiction story I have ever read, I believe this to be truthful
coming from CPT. Morehouse. Bringing this out in the open just proves to me that the utmost Selfless, dedicated, and professional
officer I have ever met hasn't changed.”
According to the book description of
Remote Viewing: The Complete User's Manual for Coordinate Remote Viewing, “Author David Morehouse
offers step-by-step instructions on how to use remote viewing techniques to observe details from the past, the future, and
across physical distances to change your personal destiny and expand your consciousness of the many dimensions of reality.
The book includes a 60-minute pink noise CD – a brain synchronization tool that induces an ideal alpha-theta mind state
for your remote viewing journey.”
One reader of Remote Viewing:
The Complete User's Manual for Coordinate Remote Viewing said, “Well Organized into a textbook format
straight forward. I had read a comment about the author on another review to question his sanity because of something else
written by him but this book to me is professional like I said a very textbook format which is kinda wierd something like
remote viewing being written about like its 8th grade math. The book covers the different stages up to stage 5. The book really
is manual as it follows a procedural organization with explanations and also exploring and it seems proving the existence
of a connected field of consciousness.
Is the book a how to book yes absolutely
and much more chock full of information examples pictures. Overall a serious book on as it seems from the authors point of
view a serious subject as he does take the subject serious while he is realistic which is refreshing because some books on
the mind are so full of themselves he however delivers the information in a textbook way not trying to sell anything just
telling how its done a good start to learning how to remote view.”
According to the book description of
Nonlethal Weapons: War without Death, “Presenting alternative methods of conflict resolution,
this examination of the philosophy of peace presents nonlethal weaponry as a solution to the destructiveness of war. Conventional
lethal weapons and weapons of mass destruction evolved into an unprecedented 900 billion dollar a year defense industry. This
industry and its war makers have taken the lives of an estimated 170 million human beings in this century. A new approach
appropriate to the new world order must be found. This study provides a historical analysis of weapons and forces in this
century and traces the development of nonlethal technologies and weapons. It is the first work to present nonlethal weaponry
in the framework of recognizable scenarios based on current world events that show the applicability of current available
nonlethal weapons and technology to serve as a force to be reckoned with in a highly politicized world. Morehouse argues that
nonlethal weapons and technology could and should become forces for peace in the 21st century.