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After an ST while in mid session movements, I label [TRM1] on a description of a person, and on a separate sheet of paper write '[TRM1]/who' with a new set of TRNs, and I do a freehand sketch for it, would it still be necessary to label the site key aspects with sub numbers even though it's a new TRN?

For safety, I would anyway, but I want to hear what you have to say about that.

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Is the description in summary form or is it targeted directly off of a Stage 4 or Stage 6 data sheet?

I am not sure if it would matter, but just curious.

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the [TRM1] is targeted directly off one of a site template

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Do you mean [1] (i.e., element 1)?

No, a subscript designator is not required. You created a new session with a uniquely different target/cue and associated TRNs. The cue is a fail, however: 'who' has a very specific meaning to/in the Matrix -- one that is probably not what you're seeking in this case, if your goal is an identity.

Here is the setup for the jump-off session:

[nnn2/nnn2] nnn1/nnn1- element [1]

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ohhh, that is true.

I forgot where I adopted the [TM1] label or where it derived from. What instance would it would be used for, if any?

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Does not compute...

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TRM1 or TM1? You have used both in this thread. TRM is short for target reference material. I'm unsure why you added a 1 at the end though. TM is short for target movement.

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it don't matter. neither of them computes. won't be using them anymore

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Pael wrote:
I forgot where I adopted the [TM1] label or where it derived from. What instance would it would be used for, if any?


I will use [TM1] or [SM1] (incrementing as necessary) when making follow-on movements. Not as a target-able label, but just to keep the paperwork straight. Just a label at the top of the page.

If I do a "the purpose of [1] SBP" movement, for instance, I add "[TM1]" at the top of the page. If I go to a new S.T., it would be "[TM1]S.T." Again, just a way to keep long projects straight.

TRM for me is usually just the stuff that goes in the folder to add some specificity to a particular project. I never actually use the label [TRM] as such.

That has been my practice, but there may be a better way. Though I am starting to get "crusty" I am still somewhat teachable. :)

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right. I've wondered if writing that at the top of the page holds or represents more purpose than something like book keeping (numbering pages), as if it has a purpose to ensure the unconscious is on the same page with me equivalent to how you'd state your desired prompt for a movement in stage one. And I think it is- I always like to play it safe in any regards to Remote Viewing.

I too've realized that 'learning to be teachable' is a great lesson.

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In the seven years I've been on this forum, I've only seen Ed and a very few others stay consistent. I've seen many flavours of the month come and go.

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Tell me some of your most memorable trial flavors

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I did my best to forget them. I am also not referring to "trials" or experimentations.

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I make them, and watch them, and watch others make theirs, and I do my best remember them, that's how I learn, and understand the unconscious better in regards to what happens when some flavors turn sour for session work, to find out 'why' for myself.

Lately. Cherry is my current flavor. Let me show you...

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-The purpose of posting this is to demonstrate what most might consider astray from what most may be use to seeing, but those movements done were based on how as a solo tasker, where I felt I should explorer when I ran it. I'm open to comments. Perhaps we can get that out of the way before I'd disclose the cue. I don't find necessary to disclose it in public except in PM.

-I made a mistake assembling this second ST. The lower portion where the 4 circles are should have been in the upper aspect that looks like a tube.

-I've ran this a few other times throughout the year. I may or may not present them in pieces, but this is most recent and most identifiable.

http://georgiarvinstitute.com/201308aug14-49628179.php

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Hi Ed with respect can I seek some definition and clarification on the following cue please. This I think would be helpful to a large number of people who lurk here.

Here is the setup for the jump-off session:

[nnn2/nnn2] nnn1/nnn1- element [1]


This cue is used to investigate an element specified by the viewer in a site template of a completed session. Instead of labelling the S.T. element [1] and going straight into S1-2-3-4 of the element, the viewer ends the session takes some time and perhaps considers their work. The purpose of this Cue for this jump off session is to explore more deeply a specific labelled element of the ST, after the initial session contact has been broken.

My question simply is can Cue words be added to this jump off Cue to detail direct the matrix further?

Amazingly (please don't call it coincidence there is no such thing), I have just pulled two days ago a target from my blind pool which was the Geo-Physics map of a fourth/fifth century Roman Villa. I had set up a Cue to ask who was the last person to live there between 390AD and 410 AD. A very significant image appeared of a Roman like person carrying a staff. The ST even had personality details of the individual targeted. Now I want ot know more about him and his activities....


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You would put an [1] on the significant person, and on the next sheet, "From the top of [1] SSBP" with subscript designators in Freehand.

Or if you wanted to put it back in your blind pool, the setup for the jump-off session will do.

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Thank you Pael, for the reply. I think that there has been a misunderstanding here regarding my last post. I agree with all you posted. What I was asking was whether one could add words for instance to the aspect [1]

[nnn2/nnn2][nnn1/nnn1][1]current pinpoint location

The purpose of the woirds would be to guide the matrix to give greater detail about [1] This would be particulalrly useful in cracking a crime, and useful for solving a mystery.


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If you're not showing work you've done to prove that you've done everything in your skill to acquire the information you've RVed, most likely your question won't be read.

but the answer is yes, you can add words. However, your example cue setup is grossly faulty sir.

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Here is the actual session, it was worked blind. I would interested to know more about the words you refer to. I intend to chase after more detail re the individual indicated.


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Ok second attempt.


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For some reason I can not get my pdf file copy of the session to upload. I did chose file and clicked add file etc. A dialogue box opened and showed a wheel spinning this stopped and I assumed that the file had been uploaded but it had not..

Any fille uploading suggestions please?


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I think the uploading problem has been slved.

Any deliberations on the target or cue would be welcome. In addition I would appreciate knowing more about the words that can used along side the elements numbers.

Thanks again Bescot


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How much work have you done on this? I would recommend targeting that blue thing first without a cue. You'd do so by the same way as shown in your TRM except that you do not circle the unknown, and let the line to the unknown but not touch it!

Since the blue unknown target is independently isolated on that TRM page, that makes it even tighter, good job.

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Thanks for the reply Pael.

The Blue thing is an small excerpt from a digitally created map found online. The map was made by a process called geophysics. This is where either ground penetrating radar or magnetic pulses are put into the ground. The change in returning responses are then recorded to show the level of anomoly. The level of anomoly would indicate the outlines of extant subterrainian archeological features, be they buildings, graves, or ditches etc.

For a fuller definition see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geophysics

The Blue thing is infact a geophisical map of a known Roman Villa site in Britain. A Mosaic floor plus wall foundations etc have been found there. The blue thing is an outline of the walls of one the buildings previously standing there.

Just to reiterate the session was worked blind.

So I appear to have landed on the last resident of interest to me.

What cue words, that could be added to element [1] would you let on to me? I am trying to remote view aspects of the turbulent time of this individual's and activity.


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