Remote Viewing Through the Eyes of Another Remote Viewer
Remote viewers at Hawaii Remote Viewers’ Guild are trained to obtain primarily visual data. We train our sub to put the data on what we call “Blackboard” an area of our visual perception when we close our eyes.
In this exercise, Dick’s class was working a target. As the students worked, Dick positioned himself so that he could not see what any of the students were doing. He was in the same room, but all the viewers were behind him. This was done in real-time. The students worked their sessions, and Dick looked on Blackboard.
As they worked, Dick “tagged” the images being perceived and drawn by the students. It is actually quite simple. He went into the Edging position, looking on Blackboard, and cued his sub with the intent to put up images being seen and sketched by the students.
Here are some of the results. Of the infinite number of things the viewers could have drawn in their sessions (and the drawings are quite varied) Dick was able to “tag” these images. In effect, he remote viewed what the students were remote viewing.