posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 09:22 AM
" At 2:45 pm Eastern this Sunday March 30th 2014 we will each have a photo or object that we will focus on in the middle of the show and we are
inviting you to link with us at that moment and let us know what you get here"
Wait your each going to have a separate target Photo or object?
Please rethink that and just pick one target.
While you may get some correct answers you will probably stand a better chance if you just have one target with a target id.
Imagine one target is a red apple. The next target is photo of a red fire truck.
Now because you don't have any targets ids and they are both being done almost at the same time you will start to get bleed through between the
Red, shiny, ball like, metallic, Tasty, Loud, hard edges, crunching sound etc,
I've spent a while studying Controlled remote viewing, even go so far to pay for training.
I see peoples experiments fail time and time again because they didn't not set up simple protocols.
Have one person pick one target, This person is the Tasker,
They should be the only person that knows what the target is.
For a traget pick a picture, say out of the National Geographic.
Make sure it's a picture of a real place or person and not an Advertisement.
Look at the picture, look at the details of it and what's going on within it.
Now place that picture in an envelope, seal it, and give it a target ID number.
Hand the envelope to someone else that's going to be on the show, this person is now the monitor.
That person gives out the tasking to the audience.
"Please describe target 03301401"
Give them 30 or so minutes to work the target, they will need time to write down impressions.
It works better than just blurting them out in a phone call.
Use real world targets with feedback and not something like "The Roswell UFO crash or the bathroom at the grand galactic council"
While they may be fun targets there is no feedback for them.
Post the feedback only so the viewers can see it.
I know it sounds like a lot of work but it helps in the long run.