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The session transcript(s) on this page is/are meant to give a controlled remote viewing student a look into how other CRV students have detected, perceived, decoded and objectified the same target that he or she has just completed. Two things to note:
1) How differently each viewer manages the target even while staying true to the CRV structure, and yet correctly describing the target with reasonable accuracy at the basic CRVer level.
2) How each viewer has solved the problem of detection, perception, decoding and objectification differently, yet recognizably.
This serves as a help and a learning point for the student reviewing these sessions. It helps the student remote viewer to see what he or she may have done right or performed in a superior way, and where she or he may have “gone off the rails” (just a little bit!) and what could be done about it in future sessions.
Be aware that most of these sessions have some small errors or imperfections in the remote viewing process (for example, one or another student viewer shown here may have drawn a line under “S2” or an “AOL Bk” or even forgotten to write “Bk” after “AOL”–or even put something down as an AI that isn’t actually an AI—and likely even gotten some of the Stage 2s wrong, or written “S-3” when you don’t need to!). But taken together, they show excellent consistency in CRV structure, and should prove useful to you who review them.
This particular session is of Target 303, The ancient Roman coliseum in El Jem, Tunisia (and remember, please do not share these with anyone—they are only for your edification and for the edification of others who I think might benefit from seeing them.)