September 5, 2019

Clarifying the Process

After my recent Controlled Remote Viewing course with Paul Smith, I have a much better understanding of how the viewing process starts in a CRV session.  Understand that this is not secret or confidential information.  It is readily available if one searches on the internet. 

I referenced the term “matrix” in a post I wrote earlier in the year, and I will expound on this concept further here.  The matrix is an energy field of information that contains patterns for everything that exists in the material and non material worlds.  Paul says that it is bigger and contains more information than the Akashic Records, and I liken it to Skip Atwater’s “everywhere and everywhen” of the quantum field.  My sense is that for every CRV target that the viewer is investigating in the 3D real world, there is an identical copy in the matrix.  It is this copy that the viewer connects to during the remote viewing process. 

Each target is assigned a unique set of numbers that is called the “target coordinate”.  This coordinate represents the location of the target in the matrix.  At the start of the session, the coordinate is read to the viewer by the person who is monitoring the process, or if there is no monitor, the viewer reads the numbers out loud at the same time as they are written down on the viewer’s worksheet.  This is called querying the target, and serves to make the connection between the viewer and the location of the target in the matrix. 

As soon as this connection is made, information on the target starts streaming back to the viewer.  This stream of information is called the “signal line”.  So far, sounds pretty straight forward, doesn’t it?  Not quite. 

The signal line streams information into the viewer’s mind, and in particular, the viewer’s subconscious mind.  The subconscious mind deals in concepts, symbols, descriptions, qualities, and is experienced much like the dreamtime.  The challenge of the viewer, during the CRV session, is to record all of the impressions that stream in along the signal line without interfering with or interpreting the information.  The ideal is that the nature of the target in the real world is pretty much defined by the end of the session.  For beginning viewers, that doesn’t always happen, but after all, that is what the CRV training is all about. 

So I have to wonder, is this how psychics get their information?  In the case of a psychic reading, the information that comes in always gets filtered through the psychic's preexisting patterns, emotions, and preconceived ideas to formulate conclusions that are delivered to the client.  In the case of CRV, no conclusions are reached, as the process is designed to only describe and report, and not interpret.  With a real world target, such as a missing person or a crime, the project manager is the one who assigns the target to the viewers, collects their data, and puts it all together for the client who needs the information.  In many cases in the Army’s Project Stargate Remote Viewing Unit, the viewers turned in their results and never did find out what the target was all about. 

Anyway, now you have an idea as to how the data is connected to and retrieved during a Controlled Remote Viewing session.  I hope to be able to report more as my restarted training progresses. 

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