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(http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pjrv/messages/2797?) 2006/07/01 00:19:16


From: "pjgaenir" Date: Sun Mar 23, 2003 11:39 am Subject: Joe's response on retasking pjgaenir Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 > I was told Joe retasked his sessions up to 100 times himself > reworking over and over. Do you know if he did that as a general > rule? If so perhaps that breaks down others abilities to RETASK . > Or perhaps it's the reanalyzing your own sessions many times > might help. Is it the last reanalysis or the most reanalysis??. I sent this to Joe and asked him about it. His response: > That [is incorrect]. > The only time I ever said there were multiple targetings > going on in the hundreds were with regard to the constantly > changing situation in the Iran Hostage Scenario. That can > be found in my book. > I do re-task on the same target, but always double-blind, > and prior to ever receiving any feedback on the target. > Once I know what it is, it has to be re-targeted > double-blind at a later date and time unknown to me. PJ Reply | Forward


From: "smitty97006" Date: Sun Mar 23, 2003 5:57 pm Subject: Re: Joe's response on retasking smitty97006 Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Hello PJ, In this case Joe seems to be referring to doing mulitple sessions on the same target or aspects of that same target. Does Joe know anything of the retasking that has been the topic of discussion recently. Namely that being taking an already completed session on a target and in effect assigning a new target to it and getting viable data from this session initially done on something else. Gene Smith --------------------------- Moderator's note: On the FARVIEW list, I just realized!, Bill wrote: > I heard joe retasks his own sessions many many times.up to 100 > times..doing multiple analysis also. And when I asked WHERE he'd heard that, as I certainly hadn't, he said: > Ralph Burton told me So I asked Joe if that were so. After deleting only a small profanity LOL I posted his response on the list. I had thought this was the list with Bill's comment, my mistake. I haven't yet asked Joe about the retasking topic at hand. The email I quoted is actually in response to one I wrote some time ago. He's not at his email much lately so I haven't been sending him anything that didn't seem important or about him specifically. I'll ask him though. PJ Reply | Forward


From: Bill Pendragon Date: Mon Mar 24, 2003 7:18 pm Subject: Re: Re: Joe's response on retasking...take No. 2 docsavagebill Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Hi PJ, It seemed actually that Joe agreed with what I heard from Ralph.. he had done 100's of taskings at least one time ( the Tehran hostage issue) ... and did retask at least a few times as a common rule.. (not the kind of REtasking of a single session to new targets that Pru implied) so out of curiosity why the explative? Did he feel misquoted somehow .. . or was he urked that "Grand Oberperson " Ralph told me what he said??..G Bill ----------------------- Moderator's note: Bill, YOU have made the mess out of this loop, LOL. I posted a humorous comment on Eva's list that maybe I should retask (in the assign-new-target-to-existing-session-sense) the SAME target on myself 30 times, like to get 30x the result in the session. Just a joke. You then posted that Joe had said (as told by Ralph) that he retasked things hundreds of times. Joe was responding that he was not doing what I had posted about, that you chose to mention that comment about him in response to, but did proper, NORMAL retasking, about which I will paste in a comment he made to me: Joe: Almost without exception, the viewer and the monitor are "not shown" feedback until after tasking has been completed. If there is a genuine belief that there might be more than one tasking on a target, then they should not be given feedback of any kind until after the taskings (however many there might be) are completed in total. There are times however, when that information can't be known. In such a case, a tasking may be made and the monitor and remote viewer have been given feedback. If they are retargeted on the same target with a different intent or expectation, then it shouldn't matter - given the conditionals I've already stated above, and the viewer and tasker remain and/or kept totally blind to the target. If you are asking will the second targeting have an affect on the outcome of the first targeting or vice versa, then the answer is no. One outcome will not modify the next, unless the monitor and viewer have recognized the target and have chosen to lie or cheat and not bring the matter to early closure because they have. [end] Reply | Forward


From: Bill Pendragon Date: Mon Mar 24, 2003 7:05 pm Subject: Re: Joe's response ...two kinds of Retasking confused issue? docsavagebill Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Hi PJ, Thanks for asking Joe and posting his reply!..but unfortunately, your question to Joe mixed two issues. 1) the issue of REtasking a single session to a different target ( Pru's idea)..and old fashioned "retasking" which means doing multiple sessions on one target.Joe only replied to the latter older concept. It would really be interesting to hear if Joe believed it possible to REtask the same session to a different target as implied by PRU.. or not? He doesn't really speak to that in this reply.? Best Regards, Bill --------------------- Moderator's note: I was not TRYING to ask him about that. But I did, it's in another post. -- PJ

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