Test your powers of psychic perception by participating in our third remote viewing experiment
IT HAS BEEN said that everyone - including you - has psychic abilities to one degree or another. Perhaps you have experienced those fleeting moments when you know the phone is going to ring and who is calling, or you know the instant that someone you care about but far from you in distance is hurt or in trouble. These might be examples of psychic connection. Most of the time, these experiences are completely spontaneous - occurring without any effort or intention on our part. They just happen.
Remote viewing was developed, in part, to be able to have these experiences in a more controlled, deliberate way. With remote viewing, you intentionally try to "see" something - a place, an image, an event - from a distance, sometimes even from a different time.
From time to time, I invite readers to participate in our own remote viewing experiments:
- In Experiment #1, I asked readers to describe a box on my desk as well as its contents. Results here.
- In Experiment #2, readers were asked to describe the image on a postcard. Results here.
A THIRD TRY
Here is your chance to participate in our third remote viewing experiment.
First, however, if you're not familiar with remote viewing, you can read some background material here, which includes techniques you can employ:
The target this time around is a picture I scanned from a book, printed out, and have taped to the wall at my desk, where I can see it every day. So in this test, I am what is called in remote viewing the "beacon" - psychically transmitting the image for you to remote view. Keep in mind that the image in the picture could be of virtually anything. Your job is to describe it:
- Describe the image as best you can, providing any recognizable things or forms (some remote viewers sketch just rough shapes of what they sense).
- Describe colors, if any, that you perceive.
- Perhaps you only get a feeling of something; tell us what that is.
- Provide a sketch of what you remote view. This is not absolutely required, but it would be cool to see what you envision to compare to the actual picture. You can either scan or photograph your sketch (easy to do with your cell phone) and send that along with your description.
You have one week in which to remote view the picture. I must receive your submission by midnight (Eastern time) of July 28, 2012.
E-mail your descriptions and sketches to me at: email@example.com
I will be the judge of the submissions, and the winner will receive a cool paranormal book. By sending me your submissions, you hereby agree that I have permission to publish your descriptions and drawings on this website. (I can withhold your name and location, if you wish; please let me know.)
Next week I will reveal the image, post reader submissions, and announce the winner(s).