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From: "pjgaenir" Date: Fri Nov 21, 2003 4:59 pm Subject: Tools for Remote Viewing pjgaenir Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 As many of you know, about 4 months ago, around a dozen of us opened a free online RV project called TEN THOUSAND ROADS. (That was actually the end of pjrv, lol, for my time.) The first part of the project was the web message board (bbs). The second part of the project has taken me eons to code--to varying degrees I've been working on it since last October. This is what we call The Galleries. This is dynamic software that supports a variety of types of viewing efforts (and other forms of psi, if desired). Although target databases already exist online, this is built specifically to support the personal development of a viewer and their interaction with other viewers as part of that process. Although practice groups already exist online, this is designed to make session sharing fairly easy and detailed enough to be useful, both to contribute for others, and to see what others have done. The software allows (depending on the viewer's settings for each session) a session to have the viewer's name (in proof mode), or alias-only, or to have identity hidden. It allows a session to go through the 'peanut gallery' where viewers can vote on various session qualities and make comments for the viewer. One Gallery allows the easy upload of any session done previously or elsewhere, to share with others. There are several features that I won't go into here. The TKR Galleries will be opening soon. Like all my online RV stuff it's free of course. Since the software has to track user values all over the place, a simple registration is required, but this can be done anonymously of course!--we don't care. We'll also open a 'Public Gallery' and any viewer who has agreed a session can be shown to the public outside the Galleries will display there. Most people are not the sort to read instructions, help files, documentation, etc. I expect that aside from the mystery of why so few people share sessions with others (which I pray this will solve-- especially given one can be private about it!), the biggest challenge will be that in order to make something with lots of options, many of those options will seem complex or remain unknown even to people using the software. So I think that as we get closer to going live with this, I am going to post here, in separate emails for each, an overview of each of the Galleries, their functions and features. That way, if any pjrv Viewers have an interest in these nifty RV tools, you'll have ref to something about them all. One thing I do want to mention. We have worked hard to design the system so it supports even the widely diverse belief systems in the field. For example, some consider tasking numbers completely irrelevent. They say it's all intent, and nothing is necessary beyond that. To most PSI TECH viewers, however--and others as well--replicating tasking numbers can cause overlay, either between targets or between viewers. As this belief is fairly common in the field, and I assume they have their reasons for holding it of course!, we made the standard practice and assigned-taskings systems so that every tasking (that means every target and every viewer) gets a wholly unique number (no two are ever the same). But to HRVG viewers, there is a 'cue-er' between the tasker and viewer (or who may also be tasker), and they are "Spending several minutes meditating to BIND the target to the tasking-number in the Matrix." So from their point of viewer, the tasking number is critical, should NOT change, and the tasker/cue-er MUST see the SAME number that the viewer is given. That of course is completely different. So we also programmed in a version2 for practice that works just that way -- the tasking number given to the person setting up the tasking, is the SAME tasking number that every viewer who happens to get that tasking will see. Although this system can't be assumed double-blind as the first can, so what?--these tools aren't designed to doubt viewers, they are designed to support the people in this field, and that's what they need, so that's what we did. It is our hope that these efforts will pay off in these free tools being of value to any viewer or psychic, using any method. We hope after all the work that went into creating them, at least a few folks will actually use the tools. :-) Anyway, I'll post on each gallery over the next week. PJ Reply | Forward


From: David Date: Fri Nov 21, 2003 9:46 pm Subject: Re: Tools for Remote Viewing a_healey56 Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 PJ, I appreciate all of your hard work. I'll try to use this whenever possible. David ------------ Thanks Dave. It'd be cool to see some real viewing sessions, from a variety of methods, go online. It's inspiring to viewers and educational for the public. PJ pjrv : Messages : 3545-3548 of 4038


From: Timelord2029... Date: Sat Nov 22, 2003 2:00 am Subject: Re: Tools for Remote Viewing psitrooper24 Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 > We hope after all the work that went into > creating them, at least a few folks > will actually use the tools. :-) > > Anyway, I'll post on each gallery over the next week. Many Thanks PJ and others for all the hard work. Much appreciated and look forward using these new tools -:) Peace, Tunde ----------------------------- I'm counting on you to use the Window Gallery to upload your favorite sessions. I made that one mostly at your suggestion--that there be a way to contribute sessions done outside the Galleries, for others to see. :-) PJ P.S. Given that nearly all the pjrv members use web-read instead of email, I wonder how many days or weeks it'll take most of 'em to figure out it's got something here again, lol. Reply | Forward


From: "P. R." Date: Mon Nov 24, 2003 7:17 pm Subject: Re: Tools for Remote Viewing elittlestar Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 HI pj How are you? could you clarify for me, but do you have the system set up so that an email can be sent out ... and not just web reading the site? PS. i was hoping you would have answered my email i sent awhile back, by now , this was when you were so busy, so i waited... i sent it pem , because, so not to clutter the bb,, [pjrv], the question was when was your birthday date..? ~*Pame*~ $~~$ ==Just how many people agree with you== --------------------- Hiya Pame, The TKR message board system is a bbs, it doesn't do email. The TKR galleries is web s/w so email doesn't really relate. The TKR resource center, coming soon after the galleries, is a dynamic system for info, faq, links and more, so that doesn't really relate to email either. I take it you mean the BBS, which is already online. It's not an email system archived like yahoo is; it's a threaded web message board instead, which is far better at bbs but doesn't do email except 'notification'. I know that's a pain for some, sorry about that. I can't find any record of your previous PEM. Actually for about two months I lost tons of email, I don't know why, much to my boss's distress (I hope he believed me LOL, but I really was NOT getting about half of what he sent me every day--he now sends dupes to my yahoo just to be sure). Maybe it was in that period. I'm sorry, I usually respond to all PEMs eventually! My birthday is Sep 14. I won't ask why. ;-) Be well. PJ

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