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Experiment #6

Viewer: Joey Jerome, Session #3

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 session is a mix of partially correct data, errors in technique, and serious interpretive errors. Phase 1 seems OK, since there were a lot of noises, pyrotechnics (including a 21 cannon solute), smoke, and a city at the target site, and there are perceptions relating to all of these. But Phase 4 is plagued by a lack of low-level physical observations, which makes us think that the viewer may have been embarking on an interpretive "story line" at that point in the session. But there are some accurate perceptions relating to the target for this experiment, and there are some useful deductions on page 14 suggesting that the viewer was attempting to describe an old city plagued by coal dust. But then the viewer begins to portray an evolved drama that is clearly inappropriate for this target. In retrospect, the viewer seems to make some interpretive errors in this session which are complicated by an inadequacy of low-level physical descriptions.

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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