I learned about remote viewing in the 1999-2000 when it was mentioned on TV, and then on the dial-up Internet where there were some videos for free.
It was out of necessity; I was being tortured every morning by my stoned brother who would take a gun and point it at me from his bedroom doorway
across the hall from mine. Brainwashed by local fundamentalists to obey parents, when my mother said I couldn't call the police, I didn't. So, I
figured I'd try that remote viewing to see if I could remote view into my brother's bedroom before I left my room in the morning, to see if he had
the gun or not that day.
The first step was telling myself it could happen. I did some playing around with targets and numbers online, without knowing the whole program, so
even to this day I don't use the jargon and procedure, it's more of a hobby. I already knew what the area looked like, all I had to do was see
where a person was. So through the weeks, I practiced, and got back my confidence to go out the door because I knew what was on the other side of the
door. Eventually I could see when he was sleeping on his mattress on the floor (he liked it that way, trashed his expensive bed), or if he was in the
yard somewhere, or if he was hanging around the door.
In my experience, those number coordinates are difficult. Basically it feels like trying to predict the future with those. Almost where I see myself
in multiple futures drawing multiple targets, but I want the event where I open the envelope and go "yess! I got it!", and what am I getting? So I
have to see myself not getting the target, but getting to the moment in time and space of success in the project, and zooming into what I drew. And
that is dependent on someone giving the number, and of the worldline where that number was used for that target, and of possibly other minds looking
at that same number with the same target with the same number -- lots of quantum attachment there.
What's yucky, over the years, is that numbering targets reminds me of the government procedure of code-naming things. Then I think about things
similar to project ARTICHOKE and mind control, where you have secret control words to lock up the commands in altered states of mind. And they
actually have documents of codewords that can be spoken to really put on a code word on a target. Well that's what numbering a target does in a way.
So they probably have programs to lock in subliminal commands on targets and whatnot. So that's why I hesitate to call it "target number
whatever" Can't I just target the truth?
Then once you get your mental muscle for looking around, you can't just un-learn it. Then you look around and see some things that can't be unseen.
Like, remote viewing where the bad guy hid the body. Gross. Remote viewing what that country is doing with that captured spy. Sad, terrifying.
Remote viewing what that government official really did. Oh no, I won't say anything about that.
Then you start seeing where you are, and you realize when people are remote viewing you, or just watching you from their office computer as you type
through your computer screen. Government(s).
It doesn't get easier. But it can get you through some hard times. I wish I had the discipline when I was younger to remote view the answers to the
tests I took in school.