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This project demonstrates several things, which illustrate the use of remote viewing in the real world to tackle a problem. This is an archeological/historical target, which takes us back to ancient Egypt.

The work here demonstrates that remote viewers are not bound by space and time, that remote viewing is truly a time machine which can allow viewers to see and experience past events.

It demonstrates that in order to employ remote viewing to answer a question or solve a mystery, it may be necessary to not just task multiple viewers, but to have them work numerous subcues of the target. In this project the ultimate question was not answered, even though there was some superb data collected by the viewers. The viewers worked the primary target cue, and were given one subcue by the analyst. Had they had more time, and worked further subcues, it is likely the answer posed by the target cue could have been answered. The work published here represents many hours of work by the mission manager, viewers, monitors, and analyst.

This project demonstrates how a viewer can produce data that is congruent, although metaphorical in nature. Jason's work was metaphorically correct- a construction event- but translated by his conscious mind into present day terms, when in fact the target was in ancient times.

This project also demonstrates the value of analysis. The first round of sessions seemed somewhat different, but the data that made it through the filter of analysis was congruent and functional.

Finally we must highlight Jim K's sessions. They are both examples of what Joe McMoneagle terms "Black Belt Fourth Stage" remote viewing. No complete sessions of this quality have ever been published by any civilian remote viewers. As you look at each page of both of Jim's sessions, keep in mind that this target was worked double blind. Both viewer and monitor were given only the 8 element alpha/numeric target ID's. The bulk of Jim's data (everything through and including S-4 Cascade) was done solo and blind.

Here is some background information about the Valley Temple at Giza.

The Valley Temple at Giza, traditionally attributed to the Pharaoh Khafre (Dynasty IV, 2680-2565 B.C.), is an absolute wonder of engineering, and its distinctive architectural style identifies it as being among the oldest stone buildings in Egypt, if not the world. The only other known parallels in Egypt are the Sphinx Temple right next to it, and the mysterious Osirion at Abydos, in Upper Egypt. 

What makes the Valley Temple so remarkable, is the sheer size of the stones used in its construction, and the incredible number of them used. The temple itself is roughly square, measuring 147 feet on each side, and it is built into the slope of the plateau with the height of its exterior walls rising from just over 20 feet on the west side, to over 40 feet on the east side. Its core structure is built entirely of huge limestone blocks, hundreds of them, regularly exceeding 200 tons each in weight, the equivalent of nearly  300 family-sized cars!

In the valley temple the priests purified the body of the dead king on its way from the earth to eternity. The temple is a square building of massive limestone blocks which are faced with polished red granite. Light filters through small openings at the top of the wall. A flat roof is made of granite, the floors of alabaster.  Against the walls stand statues of King Chephren.

Computer graphic of Valley Temple at Giza.

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Note!  All targets worked by HRVG are done blind, or double-blind.  The viewer is given only the 8-element target ID (letters, numbers or alpha/numeric) and is not front loaded in any way as to the nature of the target.