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Experiment #11

Viewer: Courtney Brown, Session #2

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: This session begins by perceiving a long, tubular, metallic structure with subjects inside. This is very appropriate for the USS Missouri. The deduction of a submarine (page 1) is also appropriate for a naval target. Page 4 contains perceptions of some of the large-scale energetics that are at the target site. As with the first session for this target, the sounds, tastes, and smells are particularly appropriate for this target in Phase 2. It is unclear what Phase 3 represents at the target, other than expansive energetics from any of a variety of sources (page 7). In the beginning of Phase 4 (page 8), the viewer makes a useful deduction of World War II. He also focuses much of his initial perceptions on the substantial aerial activity at the target, while still perceiving a metallic structure that is "floating." He continues to describe this metallic, hollow structure on page 9, and is beginning to think that the enormous level of activity may suggest something out of control. He again perceives the structure to be floating (page 10), although he is confused somewhat and wonders if the structure is also in the air. [Editor's note: This confusion is typical of remote-viewing sessions in which the target contains many important elements in more than one location.] The aircraft above the target again appear in perceptions recorded on page 13 (see also page 17). The viewer also seems to be perceiving some "jagged" aspects of the topology of the what appears to be the USS Missouri on page 13. For the third numbered aspect (beginning on page 14), the viewer shifts his perceptions to the water at the target site. He seems to perceive many dead subjects as well as the structures in the water (see especially page 16). We do not know if there was any battle activity at this location during the war that would account for the perceptions of dead subjects, perhaps underwater with sunken ships or submarines, and thus do not know how to evaluate these final perceptions.

 

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