posted on Oct, 30 2007 @ 09:04 PM
Originally posted by sherpa
Regarding "preloading" I thought I read somewhere that the viewer or viewers were given co-ordinates rather than place names to avoid any
Thanks for the post Sherpa. The correct term is 'Front loading". For accurate results you don't want to 'front load' i.e. provide any relevent
information about the target.
Thinking about it I don't know how that works, especially for planetry bodies, someone must have worked out a complex grid system I guess.
there are different types of Remote Viewing including but not limited to:
Coordinate remote viewing is giving coordinates of the planet, moon satellite, comet or whatever you intend the 'out-bounder' to remote view.
For instance Joe MacMoneagle was once given some remote viewing coordinates to view. He assummed the coordinates where those of earth. He began seeing
weird huge structures that he new couldn't be in the approximate position of the coordinates on earth he was being given.
In the debrief he was told it was Mars he was looking at.