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Experiment #8

Viewer: Courtney Brown, Session #2

Tasker: John D. Berryman, M.D.

Data: Type 3 (viewer blind and solo)

Target Specific:

Essential Cue:
The battle between the Bon Homme Richard and the HMS Serapis / event (23 September 1779)

Numbered Aspects
1. The battle between the "Bon Homme Richard" and the "HMS Serapis" / event (23 September 1779)
2. Captain John Paul Jones stating "I have not yet begun to fight" / event (23 September 1779)
3. The "Bon Homme Richard" at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean (12 October 1779)

Comments: This is the second of two sessions for this target done by this viewer. [Again, the essential topological characteristics of this target are two triangularly shaped objects (the extensive sails of these boats form a triangular shape) on a flat surface. While these characteristics are perceived by this viewer, it is clear that the viewer's conscious mind does not recognize what is actually being perceived. For both sessions, two primary decoding errors exist in these data. First, the viewer perceives the flat surface as a hard land rather than water (see page 4 below). This is a common error among novice viewers, but advanced viewers also sometimes make this mistake. The second primary decoding error is the perception that the triangular structures are all or mostly solid and hard.] Thus, the viewer misses the fabric nature of the sails on the boats, even though he produces sketches that remarkably reproduce the irregular triangular topology of the sails (see pages 5 and 7 below). The movement exercise to Captain John Paul Jones (page 11) does indeed move the viewer's perceptions to a subject with a strangely shaped hat, although the drawing of the hat is very approximate. (The actual large triangular hat for captains of that period does have a high vertical appearance when viewed from the front.) The flavor of death pervades the later parts of this session. As with the first session, the viewer does shift his perception near the end to look down upon the structure (the Bon Homme Richard) from above (see page 17 below). Click here for a good background link for this target.

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

Source: http://www.chinfo.navy.mil/navpalib/traditions/html/jpjones.html
Painting of battle scene by James Hamilton (1819-1878)
Click on the image to go to its source.

Session Pages

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Page 5 (Compare this sketch with this picture. Here is the source of the photo.)

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Page 7 (Compare this sketch with this picture. Here is the source of the photo.)

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Page 11 (Compare this sketch with this portait by A.S. Conrad. Here is the source of the photo.)

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