It’s Not (Always) About the Target: The Role of Context and Setting in Making Good Remote Viewing Targets
What makes a good remote viewing target? And do the surroundings in which a target is perceived affect how well it can be remote viewed? Twelve experienced remote viewers tried their hand at 30 open response tasks, which required them to describe photographs of a complex object positioned within one of three background conditions. Learn what the conditions were and how well the viewers did under each of the conditions in this carefully controlled project that was awarded the 2015 IRVA/IRIS Warcollier prize. Debra Lynne Katz will lead you through the conception, structuring, and execution of this fascinating and important project that she and Michelle Bulgatz organized and conducted, with help from 18 judges and guidance from some of the leading scientists in the remote viewing field. The results will surprise you–and you may learn something about why that last remote viewing attempt you made didn’t turn out so well. Or why it did!