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Experiment #11

Viewer: Joey Jerome, Session #3

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: The strength of this excellent session is in the concepts that are recorded, as well as some physical data. Throughout Phase 1 (pages 1-5), the viewer perceives a structure bordered by water (see sketches on pages 4 and 5, as well as the Phase 3 sketch on page 7). The Phase 2 data (page 6) are quite good, especially the sounds, textures, temperatures, tastes, and smells. (Note that the diesel fuel used during WWII produced a "smoky exhaust.") Throughout Phase 4 (beginning on page 8), the viewer describes people who are watching an historic event that involves central subjects of great importance. The descriptive detail relating to these central subjects is very interesting and should be noted. It is worthwhile to examine these pages quite closely as nearly all of the data portray the conceptual natures of the event, the subjects involved, and the historical impact with remarkable accuracy. Especially notice conceptual data such as "a peaceful gathering or a gathering for peace" with connections to "war" and "protest." In terms of physical descriptions, the viewer correctly perceives the racial and ethnic diversity of the subjects attending the event (see page 12). The viewer also perceives important lighting effects, noting that there is "light reflecting off of metal, glass, or water" at the target site (page 15).

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