Dale Graff

Dale Graff

Dreaming the Future – Signals from Beyond Space and Time


Dale Graff is a physicist and a former Director of Project STARGATE, the government program that investigated remote viewing phenomena. He has appeared on ABC’s Nightline, Paranormal Borderline, CNN, several TV documentaries on remote viewing, such as A&E’s Psychic Spies program in the series, THE UNEXPLAINED, Discovery Channel’s documentary on ESP, and several British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) productions, including their Mysteries series. He has been interviewed on over fifty radio talk shows, including Art Bell’s Coast to Coast, The X-Zone with Rob McConnell, Sightings with Jeff Rense, The Jerry Hughes Show and many others in the US and the UK. He was a guest on Fox News Network’s The Crier Report and on ABC’s Good Morning America.

His books include Tracks in the Psychic Wilderness, March, 1998 and RIVER DREAMS, January, 2000. Other books in progress include River Shadows and On the Trail of Intuition.

Dale is sought as a presenter on psi topics and as a facilitator for a variety of groups and activities. Personal experiences and life-long explorations into intuition, remote viewing and precognitive dreaming guided him to a scientific career for research in parapsychological, or psi, phenomena. He provides user-friendly guidance and explanation of psychic abilities for people seeking to expand their talents or understand their experiences.


Dreaming the Future – Signals from Beyond Space and Time

Various types of spontaneous precognitive dreams are illustrated. Experiencing precognitive dreams intentionally through experimental and practice methods are reviewed.   Dreaming about future news photographs and other future picture methods are summarized. Implications for consciousness and spiritual awareness, and speculations on time and retrocausation are considered.



Sunday June 11, Afternoon Workshop 1 pm to 6 pm

Precognitive Dreaming Workshop

This workshop provides procedures and strategies for experiencing precognitive dreams. A variety of precognitive dream applications for personal assistance are reviewed that include early warnings of emerging physical issues or significant situations that can be prevented or avoided. Exercises that assist in dream recall are practiced. A precognitive dream exercise will be available on nights during the conference prior to the workshop.

Dreaming the Future – Signals from Beyond Space and Time

Being open to recalling dreams has many advantages.   Dreams can provide insight into personal situations and be a vital source of creative ideas. Some dreams seem to come from “out of the blue” as signals from the future bringing unexpected and surprising information. Precognitive dreams can be sought through experimental methods for learning and to […]