Day five of CRV training with Paul H. Smith and Angela Thompson Smith (Friday, Dec. 8).
Today was an awesome day!
We had a late night last night as we had our final lecture on Stage III. It was 131 slides with lots (and lots) of information and hand-cramping note-taking. Our homework was a complete essay on the lecture, three sketches of an object from memory (front-top-side), 20 Aesthetic Impact words, and our daily journal all due in the morning. Plus, we had to study how to properly design a target for Paul to do a live viewing demonstration for us.
It was simply amazing to realize that we were observing one of the original, historical Remote Viewers right there working on a target that we had created for him ourselves. He was spot-on with undeniable, direct correspondence and specific details (the demonstration was through Stage III only).
Once you see this directly with your own eyes, and you fully grasp that it could have been any where, or any thing, or any time, in the entire galaxy, and then witness Paul accurately describe the details of a location he was totally blind to, you realize that life far, far exceeds what we have been told.
Then you understand you can do it yourself.
(As a side note, this is what makes me stare blankly at people when they make pathetic statements about this being “impossible.” It is pure madness to me. I have seen it and experienced it first-hand, it can’t ever be taken away from me. If I stare blankly at you, now you know why! ??)
After this, Paul and Angela took us up to 10,500 feet in the Utah mountains for more sensory experiencing exercises. WOW!
We returned to do two more sessions when the humorous moment of the day occurred – I was struggling a bit in a session and Paul looked very sincerely at me and gently said, “Russell, just clear your mind and quit thinking so much.” We stared back and forth for a few seconds, and I could no longer contain my laughter, nor could he when he realized who he was saying it too. Good fun!
Photos: Paul and I and Paul and Angela.
(Photos by Steven Koch)