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Experienced User
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As I practice, I have learned that if the cue is formatted incorrectly, you will end up with erronious and incorrect data. My experience is that you start off very general, then / step in more detailed
For example, to RV structures on Mars, past or present. I would structure the cue

Solar System/ Planet Mars/ non-natural structures

If I were to write the cue Planet Mars/ non-natural structures , we could end up with a Site Template of a nightclub called Planet Mars (here on earth somewhere) with tables and chairs.

My question to Ed or the other instructors is what would be the correct cue for this and how can we block out future structures, which are sure to exist.

Also, how can we write the same cue for the Moon avoiding confusion with places on the earth called Moon. My guess would be..
Solar system/ Planet Earth/ Orbiting satellite-Moon/ Non-natural structures

I look forward to learning the correct format.

As an RV student, I do my best work "blind"..!
It's all in the CUE

Fri Sep 08, 2006 5:58 am
Ultimate User
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In the 'Advanced Remote Viewing Projects' area of the forum, there is a lengthy and relevant cue
discussion under the thread titled 'Moon' that you will want to read.

Fri Sep 08, 2006 6:55 am
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Adsen is correct. Click, here, for the two-page forum thread:

Sun Sep 17, 2006 8:43 pm
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