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From: "Glyn" Date: Sat Dec 6, 2003 9:46 am Subject: Glyn's Retro-tasking experiments -

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lynis5799 Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Hello all, Here is my mail to Liz re the latest experiment (Lizs mail with the session is below). Once more no significant matches IMO. Will try something slightly different now. Regards, Glyn -----Original Message----- From: Glyn Sent: 06 December 2003 15:25 To: Elizabeth Hambrook Subject: RE: #4 Hello again Liz, This time I chose the picture before I had received your session. It was from a book called World Mythology. Well nothing beyond chance again IMO. The retro-target was of a man and boy with a reindeer (very seasonal :-)). I have attached an image and as you can see there was not a lot in common really. Blue and yellow yes, but red figures greatly in the picture and there was none of that in your session. People yes, water (well yes, as in snow), but as for sand, beach, surf and hot, well couldnt be more different really :-). The words in the second half of the session would probably fit somewhere, but are much too general. OK, lets try another Liz. Could you please send me one of your more recent sessions, and lets see what happens with a different tack. Cheerio for now, Glyn Ps&.You definitely hit the original target didnt you? Well done! :-). -----Original Message----- From: Elizabeth Hambrook Sent: 02 December 2003 10:27 To: Glyn Subject: #4 Hi Glyn, This target was done on 3rd August 2002. The target was a photo of a surfer in front of a large sparkling wave. Two other people could be seen in the water as well. The beach was very far to the rear of the photo. The only colours were blues and white. The following words were derived from a clear picture in my mind of a beach on a hot clear sunny day with people swimming. blue yellow sand beach people water surf hot I lost the image and began to record words that came to mind until I ended the session. rounded soft oblong central stationary two tone centred cheers Liz

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