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Experiment #15

Viewer: Courtney Brown, Session #1

Tasker: John D. Berryman, M.D.

Data: Type 3 (viewer blind and solo)

Target Specific:

Essential Cue:
The Statue of Liberty / New York Harbor (4 July 1976)

Numbered Aspects
1. The Statue of Liberty / New York Harbor (4 July 1976)
2. Parade of Tall Ships passing the Statue of Liberty / New York harbor (4 July 1976)
3. Parade of Tall Ships passing the Statue of Liberty - perspective: from the top of the Statue of Liberty looking down upon the passing ships (4 July 1976)

Webmaster's Note: This is a very interesting and complex target. The Statue of Liberty is a tall metallic (copper) figure that sits on a small island between Manhattan and New Jersey near the mouth of the Hudson River. During the U.S. Bicentennial celebrations in 1976, there was a huge parade of tall sailing ships in the waters around New York Harbor (near the mouth of the Hudson River). This included ships with powerful water cannons, and every other type of water vehicle imaginable (over 10,000 in all). There was also one of the most spectacular (and loud) fireworks displays ever, all of which could be seen from lots of vantage points in New York and New Jersey. The Statue of Liberty was essentially in the center of all of this activity. Verification of these events can be found in microfilm records of the New York Times for 5 July 1976, available in many libraries.

Comments: On page 1 the viewer perceives a manmade bluish metallic structure with an odd and curved shape. All of this accurately describes the Statue of Liberty. The sketch is crude and obviously only a partial representation of some aspect of the statue. Page 2 repeats much of the same descriptive information relating to a metallic structure. On pages 3 and 4 the viewer begins to perceive that the target involves a tall and thin structure on land. Page 5 may contain a decoding error where water is confused with land. (Both water and land are at the target site, but the descriptive words and sketch match "choppy" water.) The tastes and smells in Phase 2 on page 6 are very appropriate for this target ("burning, smoggy, sooty, chemically"), given the urban location and the level of fireworks and vehicle activity on that day. It is unclear what to make of the sketch on page 7. The sketch looks like an oil tank (and the viewer deducts this), and in fact there are lots of oil tanks (often called "tank farms" found mostly on the New Jersey side of the Hudson River) that are clearly and prominently visible from the Statue of Liberty. In Phase 4 on pages 8 and 9, the viewer perceives that there is an essentially tubular structure that is central to the target. The viewer perceives something slanting about the target structure, and notes that bright light surrounds this structure. It is unclear if this identifies the fireworks (toward the evening) or the sunlight (possibly reflecting off of the water during the day). On page 11, the viewer is perceiving both some of the activity at the target site as well as the structure on land. One can only hazard a guess as to the meaning of the sketch on this page, but the topology in similar to that of the head of the Statue of Liberty and the raised (and slanting) outstretched arm. The session is rather uneventful and uninteresting until the shift to the third numbered aspect (a view from the top of the Statue of Liberty, pages 14-16). At this point the view clearly perceives and sketches a subject with a "feminine or gentle" flavor. (Note that statues of subjects are often perceived as subjects by remote viewers.) On page 16, the viewer executes a deep mind probe on this "subject" and perceives the concepts of "care, concern, and protection." The viewer also writes, "There is the idea of someone who is desiring to protect something or someone or others," which is the very essence of the meaning of the Statue of Liberty. At first this may seem strange that a deep mind probe of a statue could obtain this information, but this is the nature of consciousness on the level of subspace. What is conveyed is not words or isolated thoughts, but the perception of essential meanings and holistic concepts all tied together. This session contains a good example of this phenomenon.

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