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Experiment #8

Viewer: Joey Jerome, Session #3

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 a very interesting session, despite some decoding errors. The first page (see also page 2) has a remarkable sketch that usefully captures the topology of the sails for the Bon Homme Richard. In Phase 1, it is clear that the viewer's conscious mind does not understand the full nature of the target (a wooden boat with a higher triangular pattern of fabric sails), but the sketch on page 4 gets close to this (a wooden structure below a triangular shape). The Phase 2 data (see page 6) are very good, and the viewer even notes that something is "wind powered" (bottom of page 6). In Phase 3 (page 7) it is clear that the viewer is having difficulty understanding the array of triangular shapes above (the sails) combined with subjects below, but the sketch captures the essential topology. In Phase 4 (see page 10), the viewer notes that something moves "with the wind" and that "the structure is at least partly made from a thin material" (deducting nylon and plastic). By page 17, the viewer begins to think that the structures may be made of harder materials, but the shape of the sail topology is still intact in the viewer's perspective (see page 18). As with the other viewer for this experiment, this viewer miscodes the flat surface of the water as land. As mentioned with regard to the other sessions, this is not an uncommon type of decoding error among remote viewers generally. Sketch A (the last page) is particularly descriptive of the sailboats movement with wind. 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.

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