posted on Apr, 25 2009 @ 10:11 PM
The way the professionals do it they have what they are remote viewing connected to a number without being told what they are remote viewing. The
subject only sees the number so as to limit the amount of false feedback our imagination will provide. My question is do you think that even not
knowing what the number represents, if the subject has some experience with or a predetermined belief about what he is remote viewing will his
imagination still be a problem?
Here's an example: let's say the person was remote viewing Area 51. He might not consciously know it but I'm sure his subconscious brain would
pick up on the hints real fast and his imagination should start kicking in and ruin the project. Here's another: what if I had someone unknowingly
try to uncover the true identity of the Easter Bunny? We all know there is no such thing but how would our brain interpret it? Won't we just start
seeing pink bunnies and our imagination will just run wild?
What happens if the number represents absolutely nothing, how could we handle that? I think trying to remote view things we have personal experience
with, can't be sure even exist/existed or have predetermined beliefs of such as religion, the Easter Bunny, Area 51, etc is a waste of time. I
don't think we could trust the results, maybe we saw a real UFO or one our mind made up. Remote viewing in my opinion is best used to find stuff our
brain hasn't had much exposure to, like a missing person or aircraft we've never seen before. Your thoughts?