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weacans

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It has been said the further you look into a target the more you are able to see.

Of that target you can see something that has been there in the past yet it is no longer there now. If this is so, then one would be able to see something there at that target which has not been there yet, but will turn up later on, would this be correct?
 

weacans

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What is it called when you see a smaller natural event occurring in one place on a particular day...you describe this event in much greater detail beyond what is actually there... then a few days/weeks or months later what you described in detail of that smaller event happened on a much grander scale yet at a totally different place?
 

PJ

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It has been said the further you look into a target the more you are able to see.

Of that target you can see something that has been there in the past yet it is no longer there now. If this is so, then one would be able to see something there at that target which has not been there yet, but will turn up later on, would this be correct?
Sure. You can get data at the before/after time-points of a task focus, no diff than getting data at the "nearby" space-points of a task.
 

PJ

Administrator
Staff member
What is it called when you see a smaller natural event occurring in one place on a particular day...you describe this event in much greater detail beyond what is actually there... then a few days/weeks or months later what you described in detail of that smaller event happened on a much grander scale yet at a totally different place?
It's pretty difficult to armchair analyze this kind of thing. It might be some overlay on your part from your future, but if you think of it like that, as a viewer, then you are kind of opening your target definition up to 'anything which even at a different place and a different time, can serve as additional feedback' and that might not be ideal.

The guy who wrote 'The Titan' had incredible details specific to the Titanic that happened a long time later. Even in science there've been reported examples where a viewer was tasked on a location, sketched/described something really specific there, and that particular data was wrong. And then years later -- it was right. It was clear that the timepoint was not clear.

That is one reason why a good protocol will always specify the time-point of a task, unless the task focus is something that is not all that germaine to (eg a concept, or something that repeats regularly).

Best,
PJ
 

weacans

New Member
PJ...what if the conscious mind is not on the look out for incoming material; the subconscious mind sends directly to the physical eyes. What if ? there is no time-point involved?

For example you see a picture in a newspaper of someone, you get that instant intense energy sense, and know it for a fact through your own senses, that the individual is hiding something that was "extremely" outside their work ethics, (no reading of written words involved) just looking at the face/eyes of the person in the picture. You put it aside/forget about it and continue life as usual, then a few weeks later you have that same intense energy sense from another completely different picture of another person (same thing face/eyes) and you instantly connect the first person to the second person and you know that second individual is going to become unstuck by the first person.

The only thing the viewer knows in writing after what I've explained is that the two individuals are on either side of the law and their initial pictures and write up in the papers had nothing to do with each-other. The viewer finds out later that the first person who is supposed to be of a good justice type we shall say was going to do away with the second who was not of a good justice type.
Now lets say that none of this information was available to the public until months later and the whole write up coincided exactly with what the viewer saw.

Would this be classed as overlapping? Information I know can be gained via looking with physical eyes at a picture...but I do not understand how one could put a time-point with what has just been mentioned though.

Another one for discussion sake, happened on a stormy night by lets say the seaside; the viewer has a dream of someone walking along a long wooden pathway almost in bare feet, then in the dream there was no person on the wooden pathway but something was left on the pathway, the viewer saw waves of water going over the pathway also. Viewer fell asleep and was woken up in the early hours of the morning by helicopters going up and down, it was still dark. The viewer found out on the morning news that someone had been swept off the wooden pathway which was a jetty and there was a thong left on it.

I suppose the viewer would like to know how do others deal with these types of things? Did it affect them? After they realized what they were able to do...does it still affect them or do they learn to shut out the human physical emotional side of things?

Any explanation would be appreciated...am I missing something.

Thankyou
little grasshopper
 
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