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Experiment #10

Viewer: Courtney Brown, Session #1

Tasker: John D. Berryman, M.D.

Data: Type 3 (viewer blind and solo)

Target Specific:

Essential Cue:
The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy

Numbered Aspects:
1. The Leaning Tower of Pisa / Pisa, Italy (1179)
2. The Leaning Tower of Pisa / Pisa, Italy (1179) - perspective: from 200 feet directly above the Leaning Tower of Pisa
3. The largest chamber within the Leaning Tower of Pisa (8 p.m. GMT, 28 September 1774)

WEBMASTER'S NOTE: This target contains various interesting complexities. 1179 is the year immediately following the first suspension of construction for the Leaning Tower of Pisa due in large part to a war that began in 1178 with Firenze (Florence). In 1179, only three floors had been completed for the Tower, and it took approximately 200 years to complete the project. (Interestingly, it began to lean after only the first three floors were built.) Again in 1179, next to the Tower was (and still is) the Duomo (a huge cathedral) and other notable structures. The target as written contains many of the evolving components of the Leaning Tower of Pisa. The essential cue references just the Tower, which includes its present form, while the first and second aspects address its squatter manifestation as it appeared in 1179. The 1179 year tag is significant since it links the war to the target (since the then frozen state of the Tower is due largely to the war).

Comments: Sketches are the key element for describing this target, since the target is essentially a structure with an interesting topology in an urban environment. While the second session done for this target by this viewer contains some extraordinary sketches, the first session (presented below) also contains highly accurate sketches and other descriptive information. For this first session, the first sketch on page 1 is a very accurate drawing of the Tower as it appeared in 1179 (short and leaning). Page 2 seems to be addressing some of the war content of the target inherent with the time. But pages 3 and 4 contain useful although primitive descriptives and sketches of the target. The sketch on page 3 is out of proportion, but it does capture the circular/cylindrical nature of the structure. The sketch on page 4 captures the compound on which the Tower resides. Note that the Duomo is clearly the structure on the far left and the Tower is the tall, thin structure next to it. In nearly all sketches with multiple structures, there is a large, wide structure near a tall, thin structure (see also page 7). Phase 4 in this session tends to focus on structures in an apparently urban environment. Large and "roundish" topology comes through on page 8, and the thick and heavy nature of the construction comes through on page 10. It is clear that the viewer is searching for "more" in this target other than structures in Phase 4, which is unnecessarily "pushing" the session since structures are basically all there is in the target. Nonetheless, nothing is essentially wrong with the remainder of the session, with the viewer noting things like light at the base of the structures, and some subjects.

Note: Some session pages you may want to compare with the picture below.

Source: 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica

 

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