Associative remote viewing tips

astraloid

New Member
After reading Greg Kolodziejyk's article "13-YEAR ASSOCIATIVE REMOTE VIEWING EXPERIMENT RESULTS," I've been trying to amass some helpful tips:

-quantity and quality of trials are both important but in my experience, quality seems to be more important than quantity.
-He sees that solar winds interfere in a way that is minor but significant, so I was thinking of constructing a tin-foil suit to function as a Faraday Cage (I've done some research and garden variety tin foil functions as an excellent Faraday cage).

Any input?
 

tbone

Member
I kept track of solar winds at times back in my ARV days but didn't really notice any difference. I looked at some pictures on DuckDuckGO of tin foil suits. :D They don't look that difficult to make. If you end up making one and notice some difference in performance I would like to hear about it. I wonder if you would have to "earth" it somehow. I think Faraday cages are supposed to be grounded. Maybe run a wire out a window to a conductive stake buried in the ground and wrap it around your ankle? Now I want to try this.
 
simple chicken wire cage will already do wonders. you may ground them but in order for faraday cages to work, grounding is in fact not needed.

i got to view inside a faraday cage and it was....not that special that i could tell. perhaps it works for some people
 

astraloid

New Member
simple chicken wire cage will already do wonders. you may ground them but in order for faraday cages to work, grounding is in fact not needed.

i got to view inside a faraday cage and it was....not that special that i could tell. perhaps it works for some people
To be fair, Greg said that the difference in percentage was only about 2 percent, which is statistically significant (strictly speaking) but still very minor, probably too minor for most people to notice unless they're really looking for it with statistical methods.
 
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