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The Anasazi Part II

Updated: Jun 19, 2022

The Full report is at the bottom. And in case you missed it, below is Part 1, the first video with Thion's ERV and session highlights. Also a recent interview with David Morehouse on Chaco Canyon.

The Anasazi were ancestors of the Pueblo people in the areas known as the Four Corners, comprising New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, and Utah. Their name is often translated as the ”ancient ones” (or often as “ancient enemies”, so now the term is considered offensive to some). These people were hunter and gatherers who, somewhere around 100 AD, turned to a more sedentary lifestyle and began creating an advanced civilization which included many stone structures, some of which contained rooms up to 1,000 in number.

Chaco Canyon is in northwestern New Mexico and was at the heart of this civilization. The location became the focal point of original members of the Remote Viewing military, which included David Morehouse, Ed Dames, and Mel Riley. Apparently, they had viewed Chaco Canyon over the course of several weeks. Ed Dames, in his book “Tell Me What You See”, places the project in 1991, under the umbrella of his civilian remote viewing company PSI TECH. As detailed in the book, it was a pivotal period in his life, a place he felt he needed to go to determine his future, ultimately choosing to leave his military career behind, mostly after becoming disillusioned by the Iraq War. According to the current PSI TECH website (acquired by Dane Spotts), “In the [sic] 1991 PSI TECH received a strange envelope containing a video tape. It was from a scientist at JPL in Pasadena, California, who received it from someone who taped an anomalous life-form in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. They had no clue what it was, but hired PSI TECH to study it and write a report”. Paul H. Smith recently confirmed that a trip to New Mexico took place. The company, he recalled, was hired at some point by Prince Hans Adam of Lichtenstein, who along with Hal Puthoff and others had eventually lost interest in the end. One of Morehouse’s students and friend, Becca Nielsen, tasked the target to me blind and I decided to re-task it in order to focus on the Anasazi departure. She viewed it in 2003. Her session is included and with permission the ERV class feedback and report by Morehouse.

The sudden departure of the “ancient ones” from Chaco Canyon has stumped archaeologists and researchers to this day. Theories on the subject range from warring and starvation to drought, though none of the theories are entirely conclusive. For instance, they were said to have endured worse droughts among their civilization in the past. Some evidence of cannibalism existed, but it did not define their way of life. In fact, it could have been the result of attacks or break away society. In around 1054, these cosmic events are now known to have taken place: a supernova, the formation of the Crab Nebula, and the arrival of Halley’s comet, all which were thought to have affected their way of life somehow. It is speculated that the events were documented in petroglyphs. Around 1300 AD, the inhabitants left Chaco Canyon never to return, their descendants eventually becoming the Pueblo, Hopi and Zuni Indians.

Again, we set about to explore this aspect in more detail. It should be noted that these impressions, while strongly in agreement and quite interesting themselves, are not any kind of final authority on whatever may have actually taken place.

The full 130 page report, including the sessions:

Anasazi Report
Download PDF • 66.73MB

Viewers in this project were:







With a session by BECCA NIELSEN

AND data from David Morehouse's 2003 ERV class

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