February 25, 2013

Remote viewing mental images

The topic of this short session was a unique experiment today: to perceive mental images (different things) in a virtual safe box. This method forces a way to the sending mental messages to whoever it concerns (or ICE, etc.). 
Conditions: an adequate and safe space to place/store the mental information (stored by the inducer, the person who creates the mental data). 
A signal for the perceiver indicating it’s time to perceive the information in the “safe box”. From this period on, the inductor doesn't think about this mental composition. 
A common understanding about that there is a “virtual safe box” and it has a content. 
The whole project is like the process of sending an email in real life.

If we talk about a remote viewing session, this could be a blind session for the viewer.
Let's look at our session using this method. I (the inducer) created a mental composition consisting of these mental objects: many mellow prunes in a glass bowl which has a neck and a base.

The contents were put into the virtual box. When I was ready, I sent a real email message to the perceiver: Start the process.

The perceiver got these information from the flow: 
Partly artificial (produced) structure, with surface in the air. Ribbed spine, coral-like patterns running similarly, as a skeleton from above. Segmented tray in the air but connected to the ground. It is like a building. Ivory white light, its contrast breaks within. On concentric surface there are spherical things, closed frame, oval, having a really important center-core. Hard-shell. When it moves (falling down), it goes directly ahead, in strict line. Taste/savor, purple. 

This experiment is judged "fairly good" by us. The essence of this session was not to read the inducer’s brain (that's why we need a virtual box and a time difference), but to gain access to a virtual safe place that holds certain information.
If you've ever seen a glass bowl (with neck and base) and prunes, now you can easily imagine them together: the prunes on the bowl. Have a look on the target elements (there isn't total target feedback, because it was a mentally created image):

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