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Controlled Remote Viewing: Stage I Concept

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  1. Controlled Remote Viewing: Stage I Concept • Any given site has an overall nature or “gestalt” that makes it unique • A properly executed Stage I is foundation of everything that follows after it • Utmost importance to maintain correct structure and achieve an accurate Stage I • All CRV sessions begin with Stage I

  2. CRV Stage 1 - Introduction • 8 Heading Items • Name and Location • Date and Time • Type of Session • Monitor or Solo • Advanced Visuals • Personal Inclemencies

  3. Major Gestalt • The overall impression presented by all elements in the site taken for their composite interactive meaning e.g. structure • One concept that best describes the site: structure, water, land • Site may have more than one Gestalt

  4. EXAMPLES OF GESTALTS • LANDSCAPE - also sand, marsh, beach • WATER – also ice, snow, dampness • AIRINESS – also for clouds, mists • STRUCTURE – any made structure • BIOLOGICAL – may be human , plant life, or animal. Some use Life Form. • MANMADE – Other than structure • ENERGETIC – as in lightning, magnets

  5. Stage I/Phase 1 Sites • Basic Stage I coordinate remote viewing sites generally comprise an area isolated by some five miles on one side and possesses easily identifiable major gestalts: land, water

  6. Stage 1/Phase II Sites • Phase II sites include more than one major gestalt • An identifiable interface: a beach on an ocean, an island, a city by a river, or a mountain with a lake

  7. Origins of Ideograms

  8. Children’s use of Ideograms

  9. ANCIENT IDEOGRAMS • Runes • Hieroglyphics • Pictographs • Cuneiform • Rock Art • Ancient Symbols • Emblems

  10. Definition of an Ideogram • A graphic symbol representing an object or idea without expressing it in a phonetic system. • Symbol representing an idea rather than a word

  11. CRV Definition of Ideogram • The spontaneous graphic representation of the major gestalt, manifested by the motion of the viewer’s pen on paper, which motion is produced by the impingement of the signal line on the autonomic nervous system and the reflexive transmission of the resultant nervous energy to the muscles of the viewer’s hand and arm.

  12. Ideogram (I) • The “I: component of the I/A/B sequence • Spontaneous graphic representation of the major gestalt • Ideogram has no scale • Manifested by motion of viewer’s pen on paper

  13. Coordinate and Ideogram • The coordinate is written on the left third of the paper and the ideogram in the central third • Place your pen on the paper ready for the coordinate and say and write the coordinate

  14. 4 Types of Ideograms • Single. One unbroken line or mark • Double. Two joined or separate ideograms • Multiple or Complex • Composite. Where pen leaves paper more than twice making identical marks on paper

  15. Ideogram/”A”/”B” Components • To the right of the Ideogram complete the A and B components of Stage I structure • Declare any AOLs in the right third under the A and B section • This is Stage I format

  16. Multiple I/A/B • Double and multiple ideograms need to be separately decoded • Separate and number 1, 2, 3 etc. • If Ideogram too complex take a “Too Much Break” and take coordinate again

  17. Vertical/Horizontal Ideogram Orientations • Ideograms may be objectified either horizontally or perpendicularly to horizon • Objectification of ideogram is completely independent of what it looks like or its orientation on the paper • Uprights might be shown as a horizontal ideogram, landscape might be shown as a vertical orientation

  18. Ideogram Drills? • Ideograms that become habitual can actually inhibit proper handling of the signal line by restricting flexibility • Training drills may be conducted • Use paper with rectangles outlined in black • Different sizes and proportions and orientations. Fill rectangle with ideogram

  19. “A” Component • Motion and Feeling of ideogram • Motion of Ideogram: “Along, flat, peak, flat, along” • At least 5 types of feelings: “solidity, liquidity, energetic, airiness, temperature”

  20. “B” Component • The first spontaneous analytic response to the ideogram and “A” component following the ideogram • Mountain, water, structure, land, ice, city, sand, swamp • Very simple concepts