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MadManMal

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Re: Target 9 - first of 2013 - due Jan 28, 2013
« Reply #10 on: January 29, 2013, 08:45:41 AM »
Thanks daz :)  struggling to open docs at the moment  keep getting errors? ill sort it thou
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Re: Target 9 - first of 2013 - due Jan 28, 2013
« Reply #11 on: January 29, 2013, 09:39:37 AM »
Thank you Daz for the feedback. Will be going further next target.

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Re: Target 9 - first of 2013 - due Jan 28, 2013
« Reply #12 on: January 29, 2013, 10:10:07 AM »
Thanks Daz, What a great target and thanks for your feedback.  I got stuck in the initial stages by calling it a natural structure instead of a manmade so I've learnt a lot from this.  Looking forward to doing the next target.
Jeane

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Re: Target 9 - first of 2013 - due Jan 28, 2013
« Reply #13 on: January 29, 2013, 10:53:08 AM »
Thanks Daz, throughout the session I kept feeling like I was totally off and overall negative feelings about it and that is why I went through so quickly.  I think now I'll practice with ideograms and structure.  I started learning from Ed Dames 4 disc but didnt feel very confident with it so now practicing another way and hopefully will get better results next time.

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Re: Target 9 - first of 2013 - due Jan 28, 2013
« Reply #14 on: January 29, 2013, 03:08:23 PM »
Managed to get adobe sorted :)

Wow!  Seems like everyone has improved so much on the structure and presentation....Great work all!!

Thanks for for the effort Daz ... It must make you feel like its all worthwhile when you see improvment like this!

As Daz has stated before .... look through each others work ... the answers are there!!

The most important lesson i have learned about remote viewing is:

you as much from sessions that you feel you didn`t hit as those you feel you did!

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Re: Target 9 - first of 2013 - due Jan 28, 2013
« Reply #15 on: January 29, 2013, 04:35:55 PM »
Hi Daz, Avaline, Huub, Jade, Janine, Jean, Jon, Malcolm, Marilyn.

It’s great to be back and to have a great band of fellow CRVers to join in this great Mentoring and Practice New Year.
Once again I started of well, then the old problem of getting carried away and trying to name or paint a replica picture of the target at such an early stage stopped me in my tracks. So to the newer guys who can learn from me and see that the task of describing the target is paramount and not try to name it. I was pleased that at least this time I was able to expand the perimeters and collect additional data which as it turns out I am very pleased with before the AOL overture.


On the 18th December 2012  I emailed Daz with a target practice session as a learning curve to see if I could pre- empt any data relating to the future target and then on 0701-2013  set myself  the re-task to expand more from  18 12-2012 and got as it turned out some reasonable relative data. There was also a bit of noise thrown in a long with it. Today I carried out a little bit of research and list some interesting coincidences which may explain some of the noise and even Aol data.



On the date of my attempt a French Submarine glided up the Thames,


http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=Qwu6kIMijeA


On and around the same date 20th December 2012. A Netherlands submarine crew picked up awards at Canary wharf on the River Thames.
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[imgYesterday, the crew of the Dutch submarine, HNLMS Bruinvis were awarded NATO's Africa medal for their work as part of NATO's counter piracy mission, Operation Ocean Shield. The submarine made a scheduled visit to London, berthing at Canary Wharf.

The medal ceremony took place at Canary Wharf and was attended by Rear Admiral Ian Corder (RN) Commander of NATO's Submarine Force and Major General (RN Marine Corps) Rob Verkerk, Deputy Commander of the Royal Netherlands Navy. They were joined by members of the merchant shipping community.

Before awarding the crew their medals with Maj Gen Verkerk, RAdm Corder said

"During your deployment you’ve sailed an extensive amount of sea miles. Your operations have pushed both you and your boat towards the endurance limits of the WALRUS class submarine. Your professionalism and enthusiasm gave both NATO and the Dutch submarine service a position where they’ve used your capabilities with all available confidence. With your integration in the NATO counter piracy task force and your support to task forces you have contributed in an extensive way to the counter piracy effort.

"Although the counter piracy mission may look different from more traditional submarine missions, you’ve proven again the invaluable contribution of a submarine in the NATO counter piracy effort."

Peter Hinchliffe, Secretary General of the International Chamber of Shipping then addressed the crew saying


http://www.shippingtimes.co.uk/item_10426.html   


I also noted a decommissioned naval war ship close by

http://www.iwm.org.uk/visits/hms-belfast
 



A power station.
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battersea_Power_Station


a passenger ferry
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woolwich_Ferry

I could go on with more adjacent locational data matches reflected in my practice sessions but to hammer home as I fore mentioned, describe don’t name it will come to the forefront in the end. Now all I need to do is stop this over vivid imaginatin AOLing and needing getting my ass kicked. lol.
 
One swallows doesn’t make a summer but with Daz’s Mentoring I feel we could very well have ourselves a Heat Wave.



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Re: Target 9 - first of 2013 - due Jan 28, 2013
« Reply #16 on: January 29, 2013, 06:38:48 PM »
Thanks for the feedback Daz. Nice going everybody and very impressive Gerry! AJ :)

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Re: Target 9 - first of 2013 - due Jan 28, 2013
« Reply #17 on: January 29, 2013, 09:25:41 PM »
Greetings everyone--looks like some great sessions!  Saw some great sketches...I really liked Mal's incredibly detailed sketchs of what looked like the pods and Marilynn had a very interesting sketch that I thought might look like the wheel itself.  She had arrows which might indicate motion.  Avaline's whole session seemed on and Gerry's session was amazing by what all he captured at the time he viewed.  All of the sessions seemed really good to me.   

I think that I was up in the air somewhere for most of my session...     I was happy that my aol of the UK was correct and that I seemed to have contact with the site...but always seem to have a problem staying in one place.  I think I am a sightseer.  lol    I had a pretty strong impression of someone jumping out of something and also did a drawing that reminds me of a parachute...one like this:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/7939278/Base-jumpers-get-aerial-view-of-London-2012-Olympics-site.html

Is it possible that there might have been a base jumper or parachutist in the area?  ...or maybe I was just jumping around again.  I really need to learn to stay directly on the target...but I seem to have difficulty doing that.  :-(

Also interesting that several of the viewers got impressions of disaster...hope that's not a foreshadowing.   Well done, everyone! 

(Oh...Daz--I think that you accidentally put Avaline's name on my session report.  No problem--just wanted to mention it.  :)

 


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