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Experiment #9

Viewer: Joey Jerome, Session #3

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: While this session is lacking in many descriptive details of the mountain topology, the viewer nonetheless does perceive many of the concepts and emotions relating to the activities of the subjects at the target site. On page 1, the viewer clearly perceives that the target involves subjects who are climbing. The idea of subjects moving continues, and the viewer draws a good sketch of a subject heavily clothed in a "harsh, cold" environment. By page 5, the viewer allows his conscious mind to override the low-level perception of target elements, and a storyline of subjects on a moving structure begins (see also page 7). The viewer does not record a sufficient quantity of low-level physical descriptors in Phase 4, and this prohibits him from recovering from this storyline overlay. (This is a procedural error in the execution of SRV.) But by the end of the session, the viewer accurately perceives the death at the target site ("There are many bodies laying about," see page 21), and he correctly notes that "few were rescued."

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