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Experiment #14

Viewer: Matthew Pfeiffer, Session #3

Tasker: John D. Berryman, M.D.

Data: Type 3 (viewer blind and solo)

Target Specific:

Essential Cue:
The eruption of Mt. Vesuvius / near Pompeii, Italy (24 August 79 A.D.)

Numbered Aspects:
1. The eruption of Mt. Vesuvius / near Pompeii, Italy (24 August 79 A.D.)
2. The citizens of Pompeii trying to flee the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius / the port of Pompeii (24 August 79 A.D.)
3. The Forum / Pompeii, Italy - perspective from 100 feet above the Forum looking downward (during the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius, 24 August 79 A.D.)

Comments: This interesting session contains highly accurate information that primarily focuses on the volcanic eruption itself. The session begins in Phase 1 with descriptions of one-way movement on the surface of a rough natural environment (pages 1-5). The idea of movement specifically on the land surface is recorded on page 4, however, the viewer initially suspects this may involve the movement of air when he writes, "Wind is pushing the soil along." The large mountain deduction on page 3 (repeated often in subsequent pages) is of interest. In Phase 2, the viewer notes that the area has "a red/brown surface of dirt" (page 6). Note also the continuing deduction of a mountain as well as the bitter tastes and pungent smells. Also note the energetics of "pulsating, vibrating, churning, movement" in Phase 2. In Phase 4, the viewer begins to perceive "booming" sounds in "an open, natural area composed of rough terrain, some higher areas" (page 9). He again notes on page 10 that "the soil is being pushed," although he continues to think that the wind may be the causative agent of the movement. On page 11, the viewer begins to perceive a wide array of appropriate sensory information for this target, writing, "loud, hissing, churning noise" and deducting the "first atom bomb blast." On page 12, the viewer records a good description of the terrain/volcanic environment. When the viewer shifts his attention to the second numbered aspect, he deducts a "blast from above," which is notable for this target (page 13). On page 14, the viewer sketches the rising smoke and ash from the volcano, while also recording a string of deductions which are appropriate for this target and worthy of note. By page 18, the viewer has discerned that the location of the target event is near a body of water, and he sketches the water/land interface on page 19.

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

Source: http://wings.buffalo.edu/AandL/Maecenas/general_contents.html
and
http://wings.buffalo.edu/AandL/Maecenas/italy_except_rome_and_sicily/pompeii/ac881723.html
Click on image to go to source.

Session Pages

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