This is a session done during a recent Advanced Controlled Remote Viewing Course taught by Paul H. Smith, PhD. The remote viewer was student Joffre Perreault. It serves to show what can be achieved in Stage 6 of controlled remote viewing (CRV) [For a brief article in the Remote Viewing/Remote Perception Blog describing Stage 6 click here. ]
[TO NAVIGATE THROUGH THE TWO IMAGE SLIDERS, EITHER CLICK ON THE ARROWS ON EITHER SIDE OF THE IMAGE, OR CLICK ON THE DOTS BELOW THE IMAGE]
Transcript of Hand-Written Summary (corrected for spelling and punctuation)*
The target is a high, white [and] black cylindrical smooth structure. The target is a structure suggesting AOLs of NASA, space station, space exploration and scientific research. The shuttle program. The target has elements of observation, rockets, reflect[ive] panels, and feels like a rocket or shuttle. The purpose is a space mission with high energetics. Propulsion, excitement, fun, seriousness, focused and a mission. I believe the target is a space shuttle or a space vehicle.
Here is a sequence of photos showing the remote viewer as he constructs his model of the target he is accessing with his mind.
The target for this remote viewing session was the full-sized space shuttle mock-up Pathfinder, now installed at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama. You will also note that Joffre sketched a large, black and white launch vehicle (p. 10b) that he subsequently verbally declared (but did not write down) to be an analytical overlay of a Saturn V rocket. As you can see below, there is a Saturn V on site within visual range of the Pathfinder.