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Hi can anyone tell me why some remote viewers write the directions of the ideogram and
Can tell if the target site is hard, soft, man-maid just from ther ideogram :?:


Mon Nov 05, 2007 10:00 pm
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"Those" remote viewers are probably trained by someone other than Maj. Dames. Here we are taught that the ideogram is the "connector" between the TRN and the data we pull from the Matrix. I've also heard the Maj. say that if you go back and touch the ideogram with your pen it will skew the data making your session worthless. ( Correct me if I'm wrong, Boss, I've been off the ginko for a while :lol: )

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You are referring to what is called 'decoding the ideogram'. I believe it is taught in the capstone course, but Ed has said himself that he doesn't do it anymore because it is unreliable.

Some other RV methodologies still use it, but around these parts we feel it is outdated.


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I get it now thanks snow thanks RVrobot


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