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Experiment #9

Viewer: Courtney Brown, Session #2

Tasker: John D. Berryman, M.D.

Data: Type 3 (viewer blind and solo)

Target Specific:

Essential Cue:
Mount Everest

Numbered Aspects
1. Mount Everest (29 May, 1953)
2. Edmond Hilary - perspective: from 3 feet away from Edmond Hilary (at the moment of reaching the summit of Mount Everest, 29 May 1953)
3. Rob Hall siting on an outcrop of rock - perspective: from 6 feet above Rob Hall (during his last radio communication, 11 May 1996)

Comments: This session describes the mountainous environment of the target less well than this viewer's first session for this target, but here he does describe the emotional state of the subjects better in this second session. The viewer initially decodes the mountain as a large structure with a curved facade. These decoding errors continue through page 9. However, beginning on page 10, the viewer begins to more accurately discern the environment as cold and filled with snow, an environment associated with a cold, harsh, wintry climate. But on page 11, the viewer is still thinking that the steep vertical topology is possibly that of a city with tall buildings. By page 12, the viewer begins to focus on the blustery energetics that are typical of the mountain summit. His descriptors (and sketch) capture the rapid movement of clouds ("puffy thing"). On page 13 the viewer begins to perceive some of the worrisome emotions of the target subjects. On page 14 the viewer begins to make some decoding errors as he describes some of the movements of the subjects as possibly associated with fighting, which is undoubtedly a result of their struggles with the environment. But these high level concepts are soon dropped. When focusing on the third numbered aspect on page 18 (and subsequent pages), the viewer correctly begins to perceive the emotional content of Rob Hall (and others). The viewer ends the session with the accurate statement, "It just feels like lots of people may have been hurt here, perhaps died." (NOTE: Rob Hall was a guide of an expedition in which a number of people died. This incident is well covered by the recent IMAX Mt. Everest movie.)

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