posted on Oct, 27 2007 @ 08:28 PM
I just got back from the mine and noticed this thread. Please accept my apologies for the delay in responding.
My week long course in Remote Viewing was with Angela Thompson, one of the foremost Remote Viewers and instructors (you can google her).
Angela was recommended to me by Dr. Ron Blackburn, my long time friend retired from Lockheed Skunk Works now for several years.
Give me another day or two and I will give you a complete rundown on the course and what happened to me.
During the course, each student was asked to task the class in a remote viewing excercise. When it was my turn I asked them to remote view Venus and
without exception they all saw a beautiful planet, similar to earth but with more luxurious plant growth. One student said it reminded her of South
I will also post a drawing one student made of a marina on Venus, with many boats docked there.
The interested part of all this is that the class was not 'front loaded' in any way shape or form. 'Front loaded' means to give any information
whatsoever about the task.
After the 'cool down", when they came back, without exception it was "Wow", "unbelievable'.
The reason they were shocked is because we are fed so much baloney about Venus that is was such a shock to see how really beautiful it is.
Be back soon with more details.