posted on Apr, 15 2013 @ 08:37 PM
While I applaud your ambition I think your methodology may need a bit of tweaking.
First a good target has no front loading. Meaning the viewer has no idea what they are going to be looking at.
By saying "the target is a major event/first quarter of 2020" the imagination kicks in.
The only front loading that should be given is "The target is an event, describe the event"
or "The target is a location, Describe the location"
Make your internal tasking "Major news event of last Quarter of 2013" and then give it a target ID of 6 random numbers like "456889"
The viewer just gets the numbers and they have no idea what the target is.
Also throw in random control targets of present real world places and events like the Grand canyon, the Utah Arch, The Washington Monument etc, and
let the viewers know that not all targets are future based. That keeps their imaginations from running wild.It also lets you see how they do on
something that is real and already exists.
Second I think you need to scale back a bit. First start off with targets that have a tasking of
"Major news event, week of April 14 to April 20th, 2013"
Then the tasking for the viewer is ""The target is an event, describe the event"
That way you can get feedback sooner and see if people are even on track. Second once you know if people can be fairly accurate a week out expand it
to two weeks, 1 month etc.
Also the subconsciousness is, in some ways, like a two year old. It wants satisfaction fairly soon after doing a session. This way people will get
some feedback with in a few weeks.
Also try to target an event that you know will happen. Like the outcome of a football game or a building that is going to be demolished. See if any
one can describe the building correctly before and after it is torn down without knowing what they are going to be viewing.
Keep in mind also any information from the future will always be out of context. If it's proper RV session you will only have bit's and pieces of
data. Not an entire story. Imagine traveling back in time and handing someone from the 14th century a news paper. They will have no context for any of
the information. A RV session is like that, someone can tell you what an event looks like but not where or when.