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Post Accident or Intentional
If one wants to find out if the destruction or damage to any certain object, place, person was intentional or accident, what would be a good solid cue?

I might try the following:

[ nnnn / nnnn ] object / destruction / cause

[ nnnn / nnnn ] object / destruction

[ nnnn / nnnn ] object / damage / cause

[ nnnn / nnnn ] object / damage

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks for your time and interest.

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Mon Sep 22, 2014 1:57 am
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Post Re: Accident or Intentional
The "cause" is already known. The question is actually, is the damage/destruction "intentional or accident?" Is there a proper cue to answer the "intentional or accident" question?

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Tue Sep 23, 2014 11:48 pm
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Post Re: Accident or Intentional
Okay.

Does anyone think this would bring us closer to answering the above question:

[ nnnn / nnnn ] object / damage circumstances

As always, thanks for your input.

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Sat Sep 27, 2014 5:33 am
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Post Re: Accident or Intentional
Have you actually tried any of the above? If intent was part of the cause, it might just show up.

I looked in the dictionary just now, as in German there is a single and often used word for the one (or that which) causes something. 'Causer' would be the direct equivalent, but it must be rather awkward in English because I don't know it used anywhere, always see it somehow paraphrased. However, the entry also offered 'origin'. Never considered it in this context, but maybe it works.

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Post Re: Accident or Intentional
Yes.

[ nnn1 / nnn1 ] object / destruction circumstances
[ nnn2 / nnn2 ] object / destruction
[ nnn3 / nnn3 ] object / destruction / cause

Each gave fair details on the life form present. [ nnn1 / nnn1 ] object / destruction circumstances, gave the best EI data on the life form. From this ST I will do a follow on session with the life form as [ 1 ].

Bottom line is, there is enough data to make a conclusion as to the original question.

In the future the [ 1 ] follow-up from the ST would be the proper method to proceed.

Thanks again for your input. It is appreciated.

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Post Re: Accident or Intentional
Being sure a person is responsible for the damage, you can target their 'uppermost thought' at the moment it happened. In case you're working front-loaded, or on top of that even are emotionally invested in the case, anything to do with EI is very difficult to trust though.

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