reply to post by Rising Against
Hi, I've studied remote viewing quite a bit, even taking classes in it from some of the former members of the military unit. It does work just not
the way you want it to.
I've seen several people try to do remote viewing experiments over the internet. Here are some guidelines for doing a successful experiment that may
Targets need to be something simple with a clear gestalt. Pictures out of the national geographic work the best. They are usually about one place or
event. Keep in mind the remote viewer is not seeing the picture, they are going to the time and place that picture was taken. So they may get
impressions of whatever else is going on at that location.
Do not use advertising, art work or images for Hollywood movies. Those are made up events. Clips for movies of an actual event are OK.
Please do do not use Esoteric targets with no feedback.
The meeting chambers of the “Grand Intergalactic Council and Hairdressers convention” may sound like a cool target but there is no feedback you
can give the viewer.
So good beginning targets are things with simple unique shapes and impressions, the Eiffel tower, Mount Fuji, the Pyramids, the Utah arch etc. If
it's an object something like a WW1 German spiked helmet, or a unique old statue etc.
Place the picture in an envelope and give it a target id.
The target id can be just be a series of random numbers, 353467.
Give that number to the remote viewer with a simple tasking,
“the Target is a location, describe the location”
Give the feedback to the viewer within a reasonable time. For experiments like yours over the internet a week works best.
3 things on your desk are OK if they are unique objects, but a better way would have been one single unique object. Take a picture of it. Put that
image in an envelope and give it an id.
Hope that helps some.