Background Information

What is Remote Viewing? 

Remote viewing (RV) is a communications skill by which a person can perceive objects, persons, or events at a location distanced from him or her by either space or time. 

There are two stages to the RV process according to the Hawaii Remote Viewers’ Guild RV protocols.  The first set of protocols (Stage 1-4) is a “semi-alert-state” collection platform in which the viewer subconsciously perceives various aspects of the target and records them him/herself on paper.  The second set of protocols is process in which the viewer relaxes and through various excercises enters an altered state of awareness (low Alpha – high Theta).  In this state the viewer is unable to record his own impressions and a monitor is required to record the data.  The monitor also asks questions about the data as previously collected by the viewer through Stage 1-4.  

Note!   All viewers are blind to the target prior to and throughout the session.  At NO time has the viewer access to target related information prior to completion of the session.  NO recording of additional data is allowed after the viewer has been briefed on the nature of the target.  The monitor is ONLY allowed to ask questions about data from the viewer’s session or data that surfaces during the monitored period.

In the low Alpha – high Theta state the viewer often experiences a “bi-location”, a phenomenon that causes the viewer's awareness to migrate to the target location, causing the viewer to perceive the target in a full 3-Dimensional reality, in other words, the viewer sees the target as if he/she was actually there, able to see, hear, smell, taste and touch at the target location.  The viewer may also perceive emotions, thoughts and intentions of the people at the target location (if any there).

Remote viewing data is seldom 100% accurate and the corroboration of data points between 2 or more viewers is required for that particular data item to be included in the final stages of analysis. 

If a number of viewers are tasked to work a common target, it is not unusual for  the viewers to perceive different aspects of the same target.   This phenomenon is called Division Of Effort (DOE) and seems to occur when several viewers are tasked to work the same target.  One viewer may get information on the target on a very broad scale, while others may focus in on one or two points of the target and descibe them in great detail.  Combining the viewers' data produces a very solid base of data across the whole spectrum of available information at the target site.   This phenomenon is especially apparent in the data produced by the viewers for this particular project.

Note! All interactions between Monitor and Viewer are videotaped and video clips may be included in session presentation at a later date.  Also, transcripts of the Post-Session interview (if available), will be posted as well.  The Post-Session interview is conducted immidiately after the last stage (S7 Annex B in this case) and PRIOR to session feedback.  In other words, the viewer is still totally blind to target during the whole Post-Session interview.

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