posted on Mar, 27 2005 @ 01:07 PM
About 3 years ago I participated with a group that was conducting an experiment in remote viewing. Group was led by subject matter experts in
paranormal studies. To the best of my recollection here's the chronology. One volunteer was given a pen and paper and two solid black envelopes.
She was escorted by two other people from the group. Her instructions were to take the paper & envelopes, exit the building, (in a shopping center),
select and go to a store, stop and choose an object and stare at it, and then write the description on the piece of paper. Before leaving the
destination, she had to seal the paper inside one of the black envelopes, then seal that envelope inside another black envelope and return to the
group without speaking to anyone.
Those of us in the group were sitting in front of a TV set that was not receiving a signal, just "snow" on the screen. We were told to stare at the
screen then sketch an image what we saw (what we perceived the volunteer saw and stared at). For the longest I didn't see a damn thing but the snow
on the TV set. Image appeared so I sketched a boat with the bow pointed up about 30 degrees, centerline about 20 degrees right. The black envelope
(within an envelope) were returned, opened by the moderator, and there was a definitive resembalence between my sketch of a boat and the volunteer's
sketch of a boat. I had never been in the store she was in. If I recall correctly, she also sketched another unrelated object that i did not detect.
Others in the group did not detect anything.
So, it would seem that I "passed" the test - you guys are the experts, you tell me.
Question: What is the best way to develop this skill further (assuming I have the skill)?
Thanks for indulging all this.