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Remote Viewing Instructional Services
True skepticism does not begin by being anti-anything. The processes of open consideration and examination (i.e., research) will ultimately establish whether something exists or not. ~ Ingo Swann

Example Session 7

Vinyards near Bordeaux, France.

"The target consists of both hard and soft components. There appears to be multiple structures that serve to contain either water or organic matter. The air is damp, cool, and misty. The structures are made of both stone and wood and seem to by layered in step like fashion. Something is long and thin, and rippled in pattern. There are squares which are inlaid within the wooden part of the structure (or wood inlaid in stone). Something is reddish brown, almost orange, and is related to a popping sound and a clanging sound that seems like a flag flapping in the wind and a chain hitting against a flag pole. This is related to a tall, thin, silvery dull gray object that is gritty to the touch." [analyst note: the feedback photo does show a flagpole].

"There are stone structures that are white and step like producing a strong AOL of 'agricultural steppes in a mountainous area' with green rippled, wavy formation of growth. There are organics that appear to have large leaves and are short with some yellow, mostly dark green. It is windy and cool. There is an up and down floating sensation."