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Post Element from Session of Viewer A as new Tasking for Viewer B
I'm unsure about this topic. In example:

Viewer A describes a lifeform in his session. If a TRN is assigned to this element can Viewer B describe it further in its own session? Since Viewer B has not yet had any initial contact with the matrix data on the lifeform I wonder if it works like this...

To me it sounds logical if only Viewer A should investigate this element further i.e. each viewer should only examine its own elements!?

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Post Re: Element from Session of Viewer A as new Tasking for View
1. Print out the Viewer A site template. This becomes target reference material for Viewer B

2. If not already assigned, label the designated lifeform as element one, i.e., [1]

3. The new cue is made up of Viewer A's original Matrix search term, appended by 'element 1'

Nancy Drew's first date/element 1

Note: In this example, the target would have appeared archetypically as [X] (vs. [A], [B], etc.), i.e., a key site aspect in the original S3 freehand sketch, before breaking out as a S.T. element

4. Assign new TRNs to the new cue; write the TRNs and the cue at the top of the TRM

(In terms of connectivity/'chain of custody,' you could actually drop the original cue and simply write [1], but I would not advise it)

Q.E.D.

P.S. - Happy Easter!

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Post Re: Element from Session of Viewer A as new Tasking for View
Thank you Sir. Belated Happy Easter.

So far I've tried without the original cue and only with Element [1] but that did'nt work so well in the sense of Chain of Custody. It seemed like a break. Hence my question.

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Tue Apr 06, 2021 7:58 pm
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Post Re: Element from Session of Viewer A as new Tasking for View
The square brackets around a number in the S.T. imply 'element.' Similarly, the brackets in the S3 freehand imply a key site 'aspect.' No need for the redundancy - but it doesn't affect the signal line.

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Post Re: Element from Session of Viewer A as new Tasking for View
And, a Happy Easter to you, Ed.


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