The Key To Mastering Remote Viewing

Hey guys. I found this amazing list of scientific remote viewing terms that will help anyone – beginner, intermediate or advanced. I think familiarizing ourselves basic terminology in any aspect of the topic can help anyone advance their remote viewing knowledge.

Learn Scientific Remote Viewing Vocabulary

Advanced SRV – Of the three current forms of SRV (Basic, Enhanced, and Advanced) that are used to describe physical targets, this is the most sophisticated. It involves the use of complex pre-printed templates, highly-structured spacial and temporal moving exercises, and significant detail in sketching, probing, and analysis. The intent of the Advanced SRV procedures is to assist the viewer in assembling a more coherent picture of the target by “gluing” various partial perceptions together. This is often used to produce a map of the target and its surrounding environment.

Basic SRV – This is a version of SRV that is used by all beginning viewers. It incorporates all of the essential components of Enhanced SRV, but it does not utilize some of the more advanced sketching and movement procedures.

Bilocation – At some point during the SRV session, the viewer’s attention is so strongly directed toward the target that the viewer’s awareness is split between his or her physical location and the target site.

Concepts – these are intangible attributes of something that is perceived using SRV. For example, the ideas of “good” or “important” are concepts.

Cue – one or more words used at various points during an SRV session in order to direct a remote viewer’s perception to focus on a target, or perhaps to perceive specialized information for a target. The first cues used in a remote-viewing session are the target coordinate numbers. Subsequent cues are entered into the Phase 4 matrix.

Data types – When remote-viewing sessions are conducted under certain conditions, the data obtained from those sessions are classified as being of a certain “type.” There are six types of remote-viewing data.

Type 1: Solo, viewer front loaded (rarely done, data are usually of poor quality)
Type 2: Solo, viewer blind, target selected from a pre-determined list of targets by a computer or some other tasking device (commonly done)
Type 3: Solo, viewer blind, target assigned by a human tasker (commonly done)
Type 4: Monitored session with monitor front-loaded and viewer blind (very common during training)
Type 5: Monitored session, monitor and viewer blind (commonly done)
Type 6: Monitor and viewer front-loaded (rarely done, data are usually of poor quality)

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2 Responses to The Key To Mastering Remote Viewing
  1. Sam
    July 17, 2009 | 7:13 pm

    I just wanted to thank you for this latest post, which is really a big help in my research. I’m just now downloading the audio course on remote viewing and am very excited. I’ve been working with expanding my consciousness to include the universal mind’s perspective–that of there being one mind of which we’re all a part–but up until now have had little to no methodology to help me articulate what I’m coming up with. Now I can translate a lot of the esoteric wisdom of Buddhism which often times is hard to articulate in today’s society by way of this remote viewing protocall. I’m positive that this will shake things up quite a bit, and make this type of universal knowledge much more available for our world. Thanks again, and be well.

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