Environment description for localization of a person
With Controlled Remote Viewing it is possible to determine the location of a person. The quality of the results depends on several factors. A clean and professional tasking, a good selection of viewers that fit the requirement profile of the task and good session monitors that accompany the session process.
An essential part is the clean CRV procedure and operation of the remote viewers and a good analysis team that evaluates the data sets logically and cleanly to come to a meaningful result. By default, all remote viewers knew nothing about the question, whether it was a training target or an operational target, a location, a process or a person. We call this to be blind to the target.
Locating the place of a person is known as an enormously difficult task. The more specific and unique the location, the higher the probability of actually locating the person through proper teamwork.
In this case, we had a predefined cut-out map area from which it was assumed where the person was at the given time.
The person was located in the main railroad station of Weimar, Germany, waiting for a train. A great characteristic of the location was the old locomotive that entered the station.
In Stage I, contact is made with the target area and the first perception of a shape occurs. All three viewers perceived land and a structure.
In stage II, the viewers start to experience the target area with their sensory senses, as it would be if they were physically on site. The viewers already produced very coherent data sets here, these are still very raw due to the not yet fully opened aperture into the target area and these are basic properties.
In stage III, the aperture to the target area opens to such an extent that it is possible to display the target area visually via drawings. Here are a few excerpts from the Remote Viewing Sessions.
In Stage IV, the viewer’s aperture is so wide open that it is possible to generate more precise and complex data than in the previous stages. Here objects, persons and emotions can be captured. Furthermore, abstract/non-physical concepts, functions, activities, intentions, ideas and so on.
Stage V brings to light data that is still below the remote viewer’s threshold of awareness. A data dump. The goal is to “mine” further data relevant to the target area.
In Stage VI, contact with the target area is again strengthened, and the most accurate data usually results from increased kinesthetic contact with the target area.
Stage VII allows the viewer to access Phonetics. This is an attempt to name the target, often fragments of sounds that sound similar to the target.
Additionally Dowsing Method
The Dowsing method for approximate localization of the person.
Analysis and evaluation
Now it’s time for our analysis team to take over. The data sets are processed, analytically and logically put into comprehensible context. The written and visual records are reviewed for specific characteristics that may indicate locations where the person was at the time. This is the most timeintensive part of the entire project process.
The analysis process goes through an in-depth analysis of each session of each remote viewer. An analytical summary of the session data, analysis of the written and visual data sets, and finally analyst notes interpreting the session.
We examine the session for increased impressions, look for “out of sequence data sets”, i.e. data sets that seem suspicious and are not included in the analysis. We look at the viewer summaries and search for additional information.
After this process is done, the remote viewing sessions are examined for record correlations among the remote viewing sessions. The data rating “true” or “false” is subject to an internal operational rating system. Basically, the more often a data set has been perceived in the different remote viewing sessions, the higher the probability that the data set is evaluated as “true”. Finally, there is a final evaluation of all viewer data.
Here are a few excerpts from the process. Click for more information …
In this example, we were able to clearly locate the person’s whereabouts. It is a king’s task and to say it clearly. There is no guarantee that it always works in every project with this precision, for that simply too many factors play a big role. Nevertheless, we at PSI Core are very proud of the high professionalism of the team, so that we always succeed in making the impossible possible.