Dale E. Graff is a retired aerospace engineer/physicist and former Chief/Director of the Star Gate remote viewing unit at Ft. Meade.
Dale E. Graff is a retired aerospace engineer/physicist who worked for the intelligence community at the Air Force Foreign Technology Division and the Defense Intelligence Agency. Key assignments were Chief of the Advanced Concepts Office and Chief/Director of the Star Gate remote viewing unit at Ft. Meade, MD. He coined the term Star Gate, to represent an innovative effort for expanding human potential. Currently he facilitates seminars, workshops and pursues independent research on psi phenomena, including ESP, remote viewing and precognitive dreaming. His published books Tracks in the Psychic Wilderness and River Dreams focus on psi as a natural and holistic aspect of our subconscious mind.
Dale is an advocate for integrating various perspectives on psi, both conscious state and dream state, consistent with the Psi Fest Conference name and the “Gathering of Consciousness Explorers” theme. His extensive experiences with precognitive dreaming began in 1970. He has been a member of IRVA since the founding and presently serves on the board of directors.