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Experiment #11

Viewer: Courtney Brown, Session #1

Tasker: John D. Berryman, M.D.

Data: Type 3 (viewer blind and solo)

Target Specific:

Essential Cue:
The USS Missouri (2 September 1945)

Numbered Aspects:
1. The USS Missouri (2 September 1945)
2. General Yoshijiro Umezu / signing the surrender document / event (2 September 1945)
3. The USS Missouri - perspective: from 20 feet above General Yoshijiro Umezu during the signing of the surrender document (2 September 1945)

WEBMASTER'S NOTE: This well documented and very interesting target is exceptionally complex. This is not just a boat with two men on it. Among many other things, this target is a VERY noisy event that includes squadrons of U.S. Navy carrier planes flying in formation over the ceremony, large numbers of enthusiastic and boisterous troops, and notably, two large SC-1 floatplanes hanging on catapults on the USS Missouri just a few feet away from the location of General MacArthur, General Umezu, and the many other attendees during the signing ceremony. A useful site to explore this target can be found here.

Comments: Many of the components of this complex target are clearly evident in the two sessions by this viewer. In this first session (below), pages 1 and 2 are within the target's parameters, since subjects and energetics (flying and otherwise) were abundant on that day during the ceremony. Data indicating a hollow, metal vessel on pages 3 and 4 strongly correlate with the USS Missouri, and the sketches are quite good, although elementary. Deductions of water-related vessels on page 4 are notable as well. The energetics on page 5 are very appropriate for this target given the enormous amount of firepower as well as flying and sea movement displayed on that day. The sounds, tastes, and smells in Phase 2 on page 6 are entirely appropriate for this target as well. Phase 3 may contain a decoding error that mixes the high levels of booming sounds and aerial displays into something that appears to be breaking up. On the other hand, this could represent some of the pyrotechnics that were available on that day. Phase 4 begins on pages 8 and 9 with perceptions suggesting a metallic structure breaking up due to explosive energetics. This ceases by page 10, however, and the viewer perceives simply a hollow, metallic structure. The viewer then focuses on one of the two large aircraft that are positioned just a few feet away from the signing ceremony on the deck of the USS Missouri (page 10, also see page 17). On page 11, the viewer correctly re-locates his perception to the subjects at the center of the target. On page 12 the viewer correctly perceives that many subjects are looking at a few subjects in the center of the target. Perceptions also suggest hand and arm motions (page 13) that resemble fighting, but are likely to be the celebratory arm movements of cheering troops at the end of the ceremony. He also continues to perceive a long, hollow, metallic structure (page 13). Following the third numbered aspect, the viewer correctly shifts his perception above the USS Missouri (see page 14) and begins to focus on the aerial activity at the target site (even sketching an airplane). He perceives "this pointed object below and to the side of (his) current perspective" (page 16), which would be the USS Missouri as per the target specific instructions.


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