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Experiment #6

Viewer: Courtney Brown, Session #2

Tasker: John D. Berryman, M.D.

Data: Type 3 (viewer blind and solo)

Target Specific:

Essential Cue:
The Eiffel Tower / Paris, France (during the inauguration ceremony at the Paris International Exposition, March 31st, 1889)

Numbered Aspects:
1. The Eiffel Tower / Paris, France (during the inauguration ceremony at the Paris International Exposition, March 31st, 1889, 1:45 p.m. Paris local time)
2. Gustave Eiffel unfurling the French flag at the Eiffel Tower (during the inauguration ceremony at the Paris International Exposition, March 31st, 1889)
3. The Eiffel Tower - perspective: 100 feet above the Eiffel Tower, looking downwards at the tower itself (during the inauguration ceremony at the Paris International Exposition, March 31st, 1889, 1:45 p.m. Paris local time)

Comments: This is the second of two sessions done by this viewer for this target. The perceptions recorded here are very accurate, and this session is a good example of the potential of remote viewing under optimal conditions. Interested visitors to this site might enjoy examining this session quite closely. Recall that the target itself involves a large pointed metallic structure and a huge celebration, complete with pyrotechnics (even a 21 cannon salute), lots of smoke, noise, and people. Our research could not establish whether or not there were fireworks at the target site sometime on that day, but it seems a reasonable assumption. Phase 1 clearly discerns a pointed shape on land with people. The only decoding error is on page 4 in which the viewer initially thinks this pointed shape represents a mountain. Phase 2 perceptions are very accurate, even noting the smells of sulfur and burning associated with the gunpowder of the cannons. Phase 3 indicates that the target involves something tall. In the first few pages of Phase 4, the viewer clearly perceives that there is a tall, thin, manmade object that sits on flat land at the target site. Sketch A (on the last page and referenced on page 9) is highly accurate, and the viewer deducts correctly that this is a tower (again, page 9). Note the P4 1/2 entry on page 10 in which the viewer states that the target involves "a tall manmade object with steep sides, slightly sloping." Sketch B seems to incorrectly place another rectangular object next to the tower. The second numbered aspect involves a subject, Gustave Eiffel. Note that the viewer's perceptions are correctly shifted at the appropriate moment to this subject on page 11. The viewer correctly perceives that the male subject is inside the structure and at an elevated altitude (pages 13 and 14). The viewer again states on page 14 that the target structure is metallic, tall, and thin. There is a minor decoding error near the end of the session in Phase 4 (especially see page 17) in which the viewer begins to think that the metallic object may be floating (as in moving). But generally the viewer seems to be focusing at this point on the smoke and energetics associates with the cannons and other pyrotechnics at the site.

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

Source: IMSI's MasterClips/MasterPhotos(c) Collection, 1895 Francisco Blvd., San Raphael, CA 94901-5506 USA

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