How One Man's Deception Nearly Ended the Drug War with Dr. David Morehouse
How did one strategic deception campaign almost single-handedly win the drug war? What pathogen was developed at Los Alamos to win this war? Why did the government shut off this campaign the moment it reached a tipping point? Find out as Sean Patrick Hazlett meets with remote viewing and military intelligence veteran, Dr. David Morehouse.
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David Morehouse was the top ROTC cadet out of 2,800 commissioned into the Regular Army in 1979. He served in staff and command positions ranging from Airborne rifle company commander to commander of an elite Airborne Ranger Company. He was Aide de Camp to two generals, the Battalion Executive Officer of the 680-man 2nd Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, as well as the Chief of Training for the 13,500-soldier 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 or Remote Viewer.
He holds a Master of Military Art and Science Degree, a Masters degree in Administration, and a Doctorate in Education.
He resigned his commission in 1995 after his decision to write Psychic Warrior resulted in the filing of unfounded charges against him, which ultimately were dismissed as baseless in an Army discharge review board.
Dr. Morehouse formed Remote Viewing Technologies in 1997, a company that trained civilians in the exact military protocols and standards of his Remote Viewing unit. He's trained well over 15,000 students globally.
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