Remote viewer, author, artist and photographer.
Simple put but nice.How about something that even someone from Oklahoma can grasp. :-*
Blind: The viewer has no idea what the target is when they begin. There is no one in the room with the viewer who knows anything about the target when they work.
as an example:
for a few years i have worked a series of on video rv projects for Farsight, I know that this has been given the name 'mysteries series' that is all I know, I only get an email telling me to start, and no one has ever been in the room or vicinity with me with ALL my remote viewing.
IS this BLIND?
I think it is becasue I have no specific information and it could be anything from the big bang, to a ghost sighting, to a ufo to, where is the black beards treasure...
BUT i do know the target will be comprised of a mystery becasue this is the parameters of the environment I have been asked to perform under.
All the main problems with blindess in remote viewing really stem from bringing RV out of a sterile lab environment and in trying to use it for applications in TRW. Its hard to recruit viewers for projects without imparting a little upfront information on the nature of the project and many other factors in the real world becasue MOST viewers and projects do not have the resources (money, time, people) to setup and utilize a lab/sterile environment for the project, nor in 99% of cases do they even care - they just want the data form the application sue of the RV.