Target 10 - Due FEB 22, 2013

Jeaneire

New Member
I am amazed that this target is Uxmal - I was there twice - in 2000 and 2002. The energy there is very strong but the place is known to have a very feminine energy as opposed to Chicheniza which is a very masculine energy. The site is guarded by aluxes, small dwarf-like creatures whom the Mayans call the spirits of the ancestors - you can feel their presence there. I was walking through the site on one of my visits and I heard my name being called - it is an amazing place.

I was convinced that this target was a weather event in the past, mostly because of the strong, chaotic energy I felt there. I am annoyed with myself for letting this AOL lead me off my path. Also, I had drawn some sketches of the columnar building known as the Governor's Palace, with a dirt pathway and didn't submit it as I thought I was way off course. This is a lesson to submit everything and not to be led away from the target by an AOL. I could clearly see the shape of the Magician's pyramid in Uxmal but I was getting Sydney Opera house! I knew that there were several land structures at the site as my ideogram reflected this. I also saw a lot of trees and tree tops, however the energy took over everything.

Regarding all our similar feelings about the strong energy, maybe we were picking up on the fear at a sacrificial site?. We were asked to describe the target at the time of its optimal use in the past - if this was human sacrifice, then perhaps this is what we picked up. What do you guys think? Daz, I have learned an awful lot from this target. Jeane
 

Jeaneire

New Member
ps. I am having trouble downloading sessions from the site, the computer freezes half way through the download. Can anyone help with this?
Jeane
 

forwarned

Member
Hi Jean try swapping and loading from internet explorer to goggle chrome or firefox it may help or maybe just reboot your computer.

Gerry
 

forwarned

Member
Hi Daz, A Great Target for practice, thanks

Mal andJjean great data matches,
I had a quick look all sessions and We all seemed to be on the same wave length to pardon the pun. we all had many similar descriptive data.

Jean yes .. Fear, death, suffocating, drowning, cannot breathe, strangulation we all got that and could be the prelude or part of the sacrificial ritual. also again I had
a quick look at the feedback and came up with a possible reason we all had a release of energy and destructive force data.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyramid_of_the_Magician

In 1988, Hurricane Gilbert swept across the Yucatán Peninsula, bringing high winds and abundant rainfall to the area which caused extensive damage to exterior of the pyramid. A post-hurricane examination of the structure revealed cracks that had developed in the walls of the south side, on both sides of the west stairway. Damage to the vertical walls at the base of the pyramid, on the west side, was also noted.

I will try and research some more data later and see what can be matched or at least a curious common interest of note.

Gerry
 

forwarned

Member
p.s another note of interest as to why we all had similar destructive data matches.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uxmal

The present name seems to derive from Oxmal meaning three times built seems to refer to his antiquity and the times it had to be rebuild. In these scenarios there is no proof whatsoever. However, the etymology is disputed, another possibility is Uchmal which means what is to come, the future. Thus there is an overlap of the tradition that is supposed to be an "invisible city" and was built in one night by the magic of the dwarf king.

makes one wonder what destructive force caused the need to rebuild it three times if indeed it was the case

Gerry
 

Jeaneire

New Member
Thanks Gerry, that is very interesting. Were we picking up on one event in time or many events through time? I could definitely go with the hurricane in 1988 as I felt strongly that it was a weather event, but we'll have to ask Daz about the timing on this.
 

forwarned

Member
Janine B ..Quote

Thanks guys for all your input. I think that one reason I'm struggling is I'm not putting as much into it as I should be. I have been reading up on remote viewing, trying to fill in my knowledge gaps, but haven't done as much on the application side. Since I didn't take lessons, I foundered around pretty badly my first so many months...still am, I guess. Any help or pointers are more than welcome.

go back to basics Janine, read up on the structure and the importance repetitive structure helps eventually to control the session.

page one. stage one unless you understand the start process and keep to the structure / method you will become
blocked and struggle, I spent a great deal of time reading the basics and a great longer time reading a dictionary to understand the meaning of most of the meaning
of ideograms, gestalts, Analytical Overlays etc. etc. and so on.

Daz has posted many links to informative information as help guides. http://tinyurl.com/cuq8t5g

and don't be afraid to ask questions,make sure you understand the I. A. B. process what each one means and how you get from I. to A. to B and the acceptable low key descriptive words that take you there.

listed below are some descriptive to familiarize yourself with.

Descriptive Word List

Textures
airy, bristly, bumpy, coarse, dimpled, edged, feathery, filmy, fluffy, fuzzy, gaseous, glassy,
grainy, greasy, gritty, hairy, hard, leathery, lumpy, matte, metallic, moist, mushy, oily, powdery,
prickly, resilient, rough, rubbery, sandy, semi-hard, semi-soft, sharp, silky, slick, slippery,
smooth, soft, spongy, velvety, wet, wooden
Colors
amber, beige, black, blue, bright, bronze, brown, dark, dim, faded, fluorescent, golden, green,
gray, light, luminescent, mottled, orange, pale, patterned, pink, purple, red, reflective,
shadowed, shiny, silver, speckled, tan, transparent, turquoise, white, yellow
Smells
acrid, aromatic, chemical, earthy, fragrant, fresh, moist, moldy, musty, pungent, stale, sweet
Tastes
bitter, bland, chalky, chemical, fresh, metallic, rancid, salty, sour, stony, sweet, tart, wooden
Temperatures
ambient, arid, body, cold, cool, frigid, hot, humid, room, warm
Sounds
banging, booming, buzzing, chirping, chugging, clanging, clanking, clicking, crackling, distant,
dripping, echoes, grinding, gurgling, high-pitched, hissing, humming, jingling, loud, mechanical,
metallic, muffled, noisy, quiet, rattling, rhythmic, ringing, roaring, rumbling, rushing, rustling,
scraping, splashing, squeaking, tapping, thrumming, thumping, tinkling, voices, whirring,
whooshing
Dimensions
above, across, angular, around, back and forth, below, big, circling, circular, close, curved,
curving, cylindrical, deep, dense, diagonal, down, empty, enclosed, far, fast, flat, heavy, high,
hollow, horizontal, huge, in, inside, light, long, looping, low, medium, moving, narrow, near,
oblong, off, on, open, out, outside, oval, over, peaked, pointed, rectangular, round, scattered,
shallow, slow, small, spinning, spiraling, square, squat, straight, tall, thick, tiny, tubular, under,
up, vast, vertical, wavy, wide
Aesthetic Impact (AI)
afraid, alert, amazed, anxious, awed, bored, cheerful, confused, content, curious, depressed,
disoriented, dizzy, dreamy, excited, familiar, fearful, friendly, frightened, frustrated, happy,
impressed, interested, intimidated, intrigued, joyful, lonely, lost, nervous, observant,
overwhelmed, peaceful, pleasant, pleased, reflective, relaxed, respectful, reverent, sad,
shocked, surprised, tense, thoughtful, tired, unfamiliar

hope this helps

gerry
 

forwarned

Member
p.s

Janine B,

read the link to Daz's guide manual for the word formula used for decoding the ideogram/gestalt I. A. B sequence, the list of descriptive words are a better help on stage two data. :)

gerry
 

Janine B

Member
Thanks, Gerry. I do have a couple of lists that I copied off Daz's initial ideogram explanation page. Daz also sent me some very helpful information about the ideogram, its basic components and how to decode it. I think my Stage 1 needs much more practice, but it is coming along. My Stage 2 seems to be a particular boogy-bear. Sometimes I get information-descriptors, but sometimes nothing comes to mind, even when I probe the ideograms. That is frustrating.

Occasionally, I will jump straight to an emotional impact or other aols or will want to start sketching after only a few descriptors. I think that I do better when I try to make contact with the target first and then go through the first few stages, but I'm having more difficulty doing it the other way around. :-( I'm making an effort though. I would really like to learn it the right way.

Well done, you guys...I was impressed at how you all got elements of the shape and feel of the target and I naturally think of energy when I think of those places...the architecture alone seems to suggest it, apart from any ceremonial rituals. And, I imagine that there was considerable wind around the structure and fires burning, drums beating and chanting and high-pitched whistles and calls as they brought it up to a fevered pitch... all in my imagination, of course. :)

Janine
 

daz

Remote viewer, author, artist and photographer.
Staff member
Thanks Gerry, that is very interesting. Were we picking up on one event in time or many events through time? I could definitely go with the hurricane in 1988 as I felt strongly that it was a weather event, but we'll have to ask Daz about the timing on this.

The timing cue in my ind and intent was the target being used just after construction. I was hoping to see indicators of how the humans used the target location and for what. As well as a general description of the target location and structure itself.
 

daz

Remote viewer, author, artist and photographer.
Staff member
Occasionally, I will jump straight to an emotional impact or other aols or will want to start sketching after only a few descriptors. I think that I do better when I try to make contact with the target first and then go through the first few stages, but I'm having more difficulty doing it the other way around. :-( I'm making an effort though. I would really like to learn it the right way.

Janine, this is a good thing and also a bad thing. But dont worry it will come in time - the biggest step to take is a leap of faith. You have to believe and take a leap that the CRV structure will see you through - you have to take a leap of faith and believe int he structure and to follow it. Everything in CRV has its place, and timing for a reasons and it has gone through many years of trials and experimentation with at least one of the greatest intuitive to work this out.

With CRV it takes time - you are creating and maybe for the first time, a language of communication within yourself. Its not a race - in proper CRV training a student would not be allowed past stage 1 until they proved 110% that they fully understood every facet of stage1, and this would then follow on for every other stage they progressed through.

Why not just try stage1 for a few targets - set yourself the goal to nail the CRV structure 100%, to create beautiful, clean, clear rv sessions with text easy to read and everything in exact places. Try this and I can guarantee that because you are focusing so much on all these CRV elements you dont notice the rv signal just flow unhindered into your mind.

CRV is heavily based around its Stage1 - the Ideogram process.
if this stage isn't learned correctly, fluently then most of the time the other stages go downhill or off track form AOLs.
I cant stress enough how important this stage is - each ideogram IS the target - the burst of information you get through these Ideograms - is ALL the information on the target - its there already. The rest of the CRV session is just time spent unraveling this complex burst of information into words and pictures.

all the best..
Daz
 

MadManMal

New Member
This is why i put so much emphasis on my ideograms and stage one . . i truly believe its key to my future success at RVing.
Even though my structure is getting better and my stage one feels better i still focus more on that than any other stage . . in training and sessions . .and i will always continue to do so
Its not just Daz saying this ..its all of the top guys doing this past and present . .
Eg Ed Dames calls an ideogram a "burst transmission" . i think it really is.....a wavelength with carrier waves of information get the burst of info down correctly and less carrier to noise ratio . .
Which means going astray less through the session . .thats how i see it anyway :)
If you think of a digital transmitter sending signals to your tv . .it must be collected by a dish or aerial which in turn has to be ... A. looking directly at the transmitter ( Power level) and B. (Quality of signal)
The Quality of the signal is most important because there is always noise . . .the less noise the better quality picture . . . the 1`s and 0`s are all around us pouring down in their trillions but we dont see them . .they are there though :)
I think of RV just like that . .a lot of Stuff you cant see but know is there and i am the reciever that is trying to improve the quality of the signal i am recieving ..
Hope that makes sense lol
Kind Regards,
Mal
 

forwarned

Member
Hi Daz. Nice to see you back and hopefully better from being unwell lately.

The timing cue in my mind and intent was the target being used just after construction. I was hoping to see indicators of how the humans used the target location and for what. As well as a general description of the target location and structure itself.

All points taken and acknowledged, a few other points of interest i.e the energy arose and discussed during the interim while you were poorly and its good to see that interchange between target participants. Now your back We can ask what your feeling of the possible usage of the site as ceremonial sacrifice by way of smothering choking strangulation or poisoning having the same choking effects lol not that I would known,not having done away with anyone as yet lol by that method.
As we had that data in each our session begs at least the possibility of one cue answer. also another thought on the positioning could it be possible that the coastline was lot closer then when first constructed as each detected it near or on a coastal location.

Gerry
 

Jeaneire

New Member
As we had that data in each our session begs at least the possibility of one cue answer. also another thought on the positioning could it be possible that the coastline was lot closer then when first constructed as each detected it near or on a coastal location.

I think Uxmal is about 15-20 miles away from the coast. They have no natural water holes called cenotes at Uxmal so maybe they had another water system like a large manmade lake to service the people. Of course I don't know this but I definitely picked up water nearby.
 

forwarned

Member
Jean
[/I think Uxmal is about 15-20 miles away from the coast. They have no natural water holes called cenotes at Uxmal so maybe they had another water system like a large manmade lake to service the people.quote]

It would be logical to have the settlement established beside or near a water source as you said to service the people and for any agriculture, even the pyramids at one time had the Nile running closer to them.

Mal.

Eg Ed Dames calls an ideogram a "burst transmission" . i think it really is.....a wavelength with carrier waves of information get the burst of info down correctly and less carrier to noise ratio . .
Which means going astray less through the session . .thats how i see it anyway
If you think of a digital transmitter sending signals to your tv . .it must be collected by a dish or aerial which in turn has to be ... A. looking directly at the transmitter ( Power level) and B. (Quality of signal)
The Quality of the signal is most important because there is always noise . . .the less noise the better quality picture . . . the 1`s and 0`s are all around us pouring down in their trillions but we dont see them . .they are there though
I think of RV just like that . .a lot of Stuff you cant see but know is there and i am the reciever that is trying to improve the quality of the signal i am recieving ..

totally agree with you Mal, and when you think of all those trillions of bytes of 1's and 0's of data and the gifted skill required into tuning into precis cued for required details of a split fraction of a second transmission goes beyond a suitable description of wonderment. how precious and beautiful a god given gift every human being
on this planet is born with and yet lost to knowledge via time or maybe even necessity dumb down as a matter of survival ( not long back here in the uk if a person looked into the ashes or flames of an open fire to long or healed sickness using herbs they were outed as witches and ended up on top of the fires as a lesson to be learnt. be smart act dumb whistle while you work and don't look anyone in the eye to long culture a definitely necessity to pardon the phrase.

So as lately it has been proven time after time we all have this gift and thanks to the great natural intuitive abilities of Ingo and other team players back when CRV was being developed and expanded, not only can the correct true signal be intercepted out of the millions and millions bombarding us, it can then be decoded by way of adhered structure thereby funneling out made up filling in the blanks imagination, as a result we have ended up with a time travel machine with no limits or boundaries of time/ timeline dimensions, past, present, future, the universe or infinity beyond.

When the human mind has a thought it is no longer a thought but a reality.

gerry
 

Janine B

Member
Have any of you had any problems with carry-over from one target to another? I've noticed that my previous target (immediately prior to this one) turned out to be a coast guard rescue involving a helicopter over a body of water near a coastline on a foggy day. There were boats in the feedback picture, and I feel as though I might have been continuing to carry that session over into the one I was attempting to do unsuccessfully afterwards for Daz's target. (Which might explain my subconscious mind telling me, in the guise of Ingo, no less, that the answer is "hidden in plain sight". ) By the time we got our feedback here, I had already seen the feedback photo for the other one, but didn't even notice the similarities between my two sessions. lol

Is there any way to prevent this?

Janine
 

Marv_Darley

New Member
Staff member
Hi Janine - I've suffered from this terribly in the past. Several times I have missed one target completely only for my session to turn out to be an 8-Martini description of the NEXT target I am set...(having submitted a lacklustre session for that one). I've never really worked out why this happens - more frustratingly it has shown me that it is possible to describe future targets in exact detail BEFORE they are even tasked or chosen as targets.

I've often described the process behind RV as having a 'trickster' element to it - it can pull weird and wonderful tricks on you. Best advice is simply to observe, solidify your intent, and best of all, don't worry too much about it. It happens.

Marv :)
 

Janine B

Member
Hi, Marv...thanks for the response. I think I have already experienced what you are talking about. I did a pretty detailed session (for me) a few months back and felt pretty good about it as it felt cohesive, but ended up totally missing the target. A couple of targets later, we had a target that seemed an excellent match for what I had perceived in nearly all respects. I've been trying to center on the particular target numbers more... with mixed results apparently. :-(

Janine
 
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