Below are the pages of session 12032800B, a Stage 4 controlled remote viewing (CRV) session performed by Paul H. Smith as a demonstration for his students. They chose the target, presented him with a tasking number, and he worked the target fully blind. (If you are unsure what the stages in a CRV session mean, click here for an introduction and explanation). Click on each page for a larger view.
(Summary for session 12032800B, slightly edited from handwritten original on Page 12)
“Target is a large, configured building with a non-streamlined profile. It’s very tall but much wider and longer than tall. Seems to be in an urban setting with streets nearby. Voluminous inside but with many smaller partitions and compartments (cubicles). Lots of people visit, especially in groups and “throngs”–some of them at least seem to be observing, examining, admiring, scrutinizing, which they find enjoyable, fascinating, and intriguing. Further impression of areas partitioned to sense, perceive and display collective groupings of items. Suggests the AOL/signal of museum, arboretum, or similar facility.”
The Target: The Pacific Science Center, Seattle, Washington
The Pacific Science Center is composed of eight buildings, including two IMAX theaters, one of the world’s largest Laser Dome theaters, a tropical butterfly house, a planetarium, and hundreds of hands-on science exhibits. Puzzle Palooza, a puzzle- and strategy-game based exhibit focusing on mathematical and logical reasoning that was at the Science Center for a few months, has been removed to create space for a new permanent exhibit, “Professor Wellbody’s Academy of Health and Wellness.”