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The Mysteries Project #1: The Remote-Viewing Sessions

Below are the remote-viewing sessions for Target #1 of the Mysteries Project. "Clarity scores" evaluate the sessions with respect to the known and verifiable characteristics of the target. Clarity scores can range from 0 to 3, and they convey the following meaning:

3: The known and verifiable target aspects are described exceptionally well with few, minor, or no decoding errors.
2: The known and verifiable target aspects are described well. There may be some notable decoding errors.
1: The known and verifiable target aspects are described minimally. There may also be significant decoding errors.
0: The known and verifiable target aspects are described very poorly or not at all.

Decoding errors occur when a remote viewer perceives something that is real at the target, but the description of this perception is not entirely correct. Again, the perception is real, but the description of it is only partially accurate. For example, if someone describes a city with tall skyscrapers as a mountain range, that is a decoding error. The perception is correct in terms of the topology, but the characterization of it as a mountain range is incorrect. Also, if a person places trees or animals in a barren natural landscape, that is a decoding error. The perception of a natural landscape is correct, but the conscious mind added things that it thought would be normal for a natural landscape. Experienced remote viewers are trained to minimize decoding errors, and analysts are trained to discount decoding errors that would be more common with certain types of targets.

Clarity scores are especially important with respect to targets about which much is unknown. We look for sessions in which the clarity scores for the known and verifiable aspects of targets are high in order to give further weight to the potential accuracy of information in those sessions which is new, and thus not yet verifiable. This allows us to use remote viewing to explore, searching for new information that helps us to understand true "mysteries."

Interpretation Rule of Thumb Regarding Remote-Viewing Data:

Imagery evidence, by itself and regardless of the source, can never be trusted entirely, especially in the era of easy digital manipulation. Remote-viewing data, by themselves and regardless of the source, cannot be relied on to give 100% accuracy, even if they sometimes are highly accurate. To learn about things using remote viewing, one needs to follow a three-step process, and the first two steps can be followed in any order. Step 1: Remote-viewing data need to be collected about a target. Step 2: Physical information needs to be collected that has a clear (face value) interpretation about the target. Step 3: The remote-viewing data and the physical information need to be compared. When the remote-viewing data correspond with or are in agreement with a clear (face value) interpretation of the physical information, then the interpretation based on this correspondence can be accepted as true, until and unless an alternate and more persuasive interpretation that takes this correspondence into account arises at a later time.

In the absence of corresponding physical information of any type, the interpretation of remote-viewing data can be buttressed by finding correspondence or agreement across multiple remote viewers who have documented reliable track records as psi-based data collectors. This increases the probability that the remote-viewing data are correct, although any interpretation based solely on remote-viewing data cannot be accepted as true until some form of corresponding physical information is also obtained. Only then does the information become "verifiable."

In the session summaries below, something is considered "verifiable" if it is possible for a face-value interpretation of the target image to be obvious in agreement with the remote-viewing data. Any remote-viewing data that cannot be confirmed with a face-value interpretation of the target image are considered "new information." "New information" may be true, but it has not yet been verified.

The known and verifiable target characteristics are as follows for each target part:

Target 1A:

  • A spray of what appears to be a liquid being ejected under pressure from something like a nozzle
  • A barren terrain
  • A nearby domed or peaked formation that may or may not be described as a structure
  • Something (perhaps resembling a pipeline) connecting the nozzle to the nearby domed or peaked formation

The primary verifiable goals of this target part are (1) the verification of the existence of the spray that is shown in the target photograph, (2) if item #1 is verified, then indications of the content of the ejected material, (3) if #1 is verified, then indications as to whether or not the spray or fountain may be a natural or artificial phenomenon, and (4) if the dome is perceived, then indications of whether or not it is a natural or artificial phenomenon.

Target 1B:

  • A domed or peaked formation that may or may not be described as a structure
  • A surrounding barren terrain
  • Since the spray in Target 1A is near this domed or peaked formation, the spray may be perceived here as well.

The primary verifiable goals of this target part are (1) the verification of the domed or peaked topology, 2) if the dome is perceived, then indications of what may be inside or underneath the domed or peaked formation, and (3) if the dome is perceived, then indications of whether this is a natural or artificial formation.

Target 1C:

  • A domed or peaked formation that may or may not be described as a structure
  • A surrounding barren terrain

The primary verifiable goals of this target part are (1) the verification of the domed or peaked topology, 2) if the dome is perceived, then indications of what may be inside or underneath the domed or peaked formation, and (3) if the dome is perceived, then indications of whether this is a natural or artificial formation.

The Viewers The Sessions Clarity Scores for Verifiable Target Content Individual Session Summaries
CRV Viewers
Daz Smith Download: Target 1B
3

Verifiable information: This is an excellent session that focuses on the spray (part of Target 1A) that is near Target 1B. The viewer correctly perceives the spraying of material (p. 7, viewer numbering). Associated with the spray is loud explosive sounds (p. 5, viewer numbering). The surrounding environment is cold.

New information: The ejected material is described as gaseous containing ice, particles, and organic chemicals. There is a mixture of hot and cold, and the viewer eventually describes the substance as similar to "dirty ice" (p. 9a, viewer numbering). This would be appropriate if the ejected material is initially hot, and then it cools down quickly when exposed to the Martian atmosphere.

Comments: While the viewer does not describe the domed or peaked formation in this session, there are nonetheless very few decoding errors of known target aspects.

Download: Target 1C
3

Verifiable information: Throughout this session, the viewer describes and sketches a peaked or domed topology, all of which is highly accurate for this target aspect.

New information: The viewer perceives the domed/peaked formation as an artificial structure. The structure contains scientific equipment and subjects who are using the equipment in connection with something that is in the sky, and possibly in connection with an unforeseen event. The structure is apparently very old.

Download: Target 1C-V2
3

Verifiable information: The viewer describes the area surrounding the domed or peaked structure as very dry and eroded (windswept). The domed or peaked topology of this target aspect is accurately sketched on page 17 (pdf numbering).

New information: This session is an extension of the previous session for Target 1C, and it focuses on the interior of what the viewer perceives as a peaked or domed structure. The viewer perceives this as a massive structure that is built to last a long time. There is a great deal of space within this structure, and sound can echo within. The interior of the structure is accessed by descending down what appears to be a vertical shaft. There are numerous compartments within the structure that are connected with tunnels or shafts. Part of the structure is below ground, and part is above ground (p. 6a, viewer numbering). There are humanoid subjects within the structure. The subjects are involved in both work and a form of spiritualism or meditation, possibly similar to remote viewing. The structure is apparently much older than these people. The structure itself contains a powerful source of artificial energy, and its purpose is at least partially to act as a beacon of some sort. The sketch on page 17 (pdf numbering) captures the sense of this session with respect to the domed or peaked structure, and it is an accurate description of the domed or peaked topology of this target aspect.

Houston Download: Target 1A
 3

Verifiable information: In this high quality session, the viewer clearly describes the target location. From page 17 (pdf numbering) of the session summary (see comments below), the viewer states that the target location has a "tan color, sandy mountains, sand dunes" and is "dusty." The viewer also finds a "manmade" item at the target location that produces a "whooshing noise, near outer space." The noise is produced by something that is "like a fountain" (pages 18 and 19). The "fountain" is near another part of the target that contains artificial structures. The "structures are hard to see, same color as the land, really large, mostly underground," with a "catacomb" feel. All of these descriptions closely match what is apparent from the target image.

New information: The ejected material from the "fountain" has an acrid smell. It is initially hot when ejected. The spray produces a loud sound with significant vibration. The spray is emitted from an artificial source (that is, not natural). There are large underground structures at the target location. The structures contain a sophisticated energy producing technology that is computer controlled and emits high heat. There are (mostly male) subjects working within the structures. They appear to be human in form. The surrounding structure is much larger than the subjects. The subjects are wearing coats or uniforms that have a matching color, possibly blue. The subjects are scientific in orientation, with a military feel. Their "stint" at this location is apparently somewhat of a hardship, and it clearly is a working situation (i.e., not a vacation or simple living environment). The subjects are also engaged in some type of spiritual practice or meditation involving psi. There is a public relations aspect to their work, although this is not primary.

Comments: This viewer is strictly following Lyn Buchanan's approach to CRV by utilizing a detailed session synthesis in the summary that is located at the end of the session. Web site visitors should closely read this summary to appreciate the high quality of this session.

Download: Target 1B
3

Verifiable information: The viewer correctly describes the general target area as "crusty, dry, tan, formerly held water, outdoors" (p. 11), also "lonely, hilly, with rounded parts" (p. 14). It is very interesting that the viewer notes that the water that used to exist in this location is "now underground," a highly accurate observation considering what we now know about Mars. The target also has a structure that is partially below ground (p. 11), a description which matches the target photograph.

New information: The structure at the target contains a high energy heat source. There are uniformed subjects in the structure (p. 12). Something in the structure has "great age" (p. 13). The water that used to exist in this location was once fast flowing (p. 11).

Comments: This viewer is strictly following Lyn Buchanan's approach to CRV by utilizing a detailed session synthesis in the summary that is located at the end of the session. Web site visitors should closely read this summary to appreciate the high quality of this session.

Download: Target 1C

Verifiable information: This is an exceptionally accurate and detailed remote-viewing session. Web site visitors should examine it closely. The viewer correctly describes the peaked or domed shape of the target, including a detailed sketch of a pyramid shaped structure (p. 3, pdf numbering). The viewer describes this as a structure that is "very hard to see, matches surrounding area" (p. 9, pdf numbering). It is also "really big" and "covered in dust" (p. 6, pdf numbering). The viewer notes that at 100 feet above the target it is hard to breath, very cold, and has a foreign feel (p. 7). The target area has no live plants (p. 4, pdf numbering). The surrounding terrain (with a panoramic view!) contains "sand dunes and rocks" (p. 5, pdf numbering).

New information: This target is actually structured more like a complex compound than a single structure (see the sketch on p. 7, pdf numbering). From page 9 (pdf numbering) of the session, the target compound is very old, and was very costly to construct. It is hard to see since it matches the surrounding area. The target structures are architecturally important, and greatly decayed. The viewer correctly notes that "Google Earth could see it (if they were looking)" (p. 9, pdf numbering). (Note that Google Earth has a Mars option.) Some of the activity that takes place at this target compound is similar in nature to an extraction or mining operation, and this is reinforced by the sounds and vibrations at the target location (p. 10). There are subjects in the structures. They are in a working environment. The job setting is a bit of a hardship which the subjects do not enjoy. They are far from home. There are scientific and economic aspects to their work. They are focused on their work, and want to return home as soon as their work is completed. However, the subjects may be trapped at this location, by their own agreement due to the fact that it is apparently difficult for them to return home for some reason (p. 14). Apparently some of the subjects are not convinced that all their work will make a difference to some larger goal (p. 9, pdf numbering). The machinery in the target structures is very old and significantly damaged, and the subjects lack some or many of the parts to make full repairs. There is an industrial feel to the machinery. Much of the target structure is underground, hidden, and in danger of being destroyed through age and some carelessness (pp. 4 & 11). The viewer notes that many people would like to know more about this compound, and it is a sacred place for some (p. 4, pdf numbering). The original purpose of this target compound was as living quarters (p. 12). The viewer notes that much of the target is cut over stone, and it is well engineered. Apparently, no one currently at the target location fully appreciates that the target structures are someone else's property (p. 6, pdf numbering). Part of the target location is used to fuel and supply ships or transporters of some type (p. 13). (Since there is no water at this location, "ships" or "transporters" presumably mean flying craft.) The spray that is the focus of Target 1A may be part of a "drainage ditch" concept (see p. 13). The viewer makes the important note that the subjects at the target location are not aware that someone is watching them and their activities (p. 14). The viewer does not indicate whether the watchers are our current batch of remote viewers, or someone else entirely.

Comments: While this viewer is following Lyn Buchanan's approach to CRV by utilizing a detailed session synthesis in the summary that is located at the end of the session, some important information can nonetheless be found by closely examining all the session pages. Web site visitors should also closely read this summary of the session.

Romferd Download: Target 1A
 3

Verifiable information: In this short session, the viewer correctly notes that there is a "blast sound" at the target location, which would correctly describe the sound of a forceful spray as seen in the target photograph (p. 2). After moving 100 feet above the target, the viewer correctly perceives and sketches a nearby domed or circular structure (p. 5, pdf numbering).

New information: The viewer describes the domed or circular formation that is sketched on page 5 of the session as a "bubble of some kind," indicating that it is hollow. The viewer also describes this as an artificial structure or object. While the viewer does not observe subjects directly, the viewer nonetheless does observe that there is desperation or suffering at this target location (p. 5).

Download: Target 1C
 3

Verifiable information: In this short session, the viewer correctly describes and sketches the domed formation that is central to the target (p. 4). The viewer also correctly states that this domed formation resembles the outcropping of a rock.

New information: The viewer notes that this target is associated with a great deal of energy formation and release. Some of the energy can be seen visually, especially at night, and it resembles flashes. The similarity between Romferd's sketch on page 4 of this session and the sketch for the same target in Daz's session (V2) on his page 12 (pdf numbering) is striking. According to Romferd, the subjects at this target do not fully understand the energy and/or its manufacture and/or its use (p. 6).

HRVG Viewers
Dick Allgire Download: Target 1A
 3

Verifiable information: This is a very clear session in which the viewer describes both the spray and the nearby dome that are parts of this target. The session begins with the dome, and it is sketched on pages 3, 8, and 11 (pdf numbering). The spray is sketched and described as "liquid squeezed under pressure, seeps out and released" on page 13 (pdf numbering). The viewer correctly places the spray on the side of the dome formation in the sketch. There are only minor decoding errors in this session, such as the placement of some foliage and water near the target.

New information: The viewer perceives a humanoid subject who is associated with the target. Interestingly, the viewer perceives that this humanoid may not be entirely human (see sketch and description on page 14). (All pages pdf numbering.)

Download: Target 1B

Verifiable information: This is a potentially crucial session to understanding some of what may be going on at this target. In terms of verifiables, the first half of this session is filled with accurate sketches and descriptions of barren landscapes and sloped topologies that are appropriate for this target (see especially pages 7, 8, 10, 14, 15, and 18, all pdf numbering). There is also a good sketch and description of the atmospheric pollution that is caused by the nearby spray which is the focus of Target 1A (see p. 16).

New information: This viewer perceives humanoids at this target who are particularly interesting. Some of the humanoids appear to the viewer to be highly advanced in some spiritual sense (see pages 20 through 25). But on page 24, the viewer describes a process by which a subject gains a new body, after leaving a previous body (or consciousness container of some type). The viewer describes this process as somewhat "like a human chrysalis," which would be a parallel to how a butterfly emerges from the form of a caterpillar. This suggests a level of technology that would allow humans to transfer their consciousness from one body to another, which may be necessary if a subject needed to survive in an environment that is much different from a previous environment. Early in the session (pages 1 and 2), the viewer perceives bright flashes of light at this target location, which is similar to that which is perceived by other viewers (see, for example, sessions by Daz and Romferd). (All pages pdf numbering.)

Download: Target 1C

Verifiable information: This viewer correctly and repeatedly describes a domed topology that is central to this target (see pages 3, 10, 11, and 16). He correctly describes the terrain as rocky (p. 10, and other pages) and crystalline (p. 5). On pages 3, 11, and 16, the viewer identifies the domed topology as a structure. (All pages pdf numbering.)

New information: As with other viewers who have perceived this target, this viewer perceives energy or bright light that emerges from the top of the domed formation (pp. 7 and 16). The light apparently flashes, like a welding light. Interestingly, the viewer perceives a flying craft shaped like a saucer near this target (p. 15). Also, this viewer perceives at least one humanoid who is engaged in vertical movement (that is, lifting off the ground, pp. 7 & 8), although the viewer does not perceive the technology that would be associated with this phenomenon. The viewer perceives the concept of an alien physician who has dimensional or spiritual understanding (pp. 13 and 18). This viewer also perceives subjects involved in agricultural activities (p. 17), which would be an appropriate food producing activity within the confines of the protective domed structure. From the viewer's description, the agricultural activities do not seem particularly advanced. (All pages pdf numbering.)

Download: Target 1C-Extra
 3

Verifiable information: This session is an extension of the previous session for Target 1C. Outside of the domed formation, the surface is dry and crusty, very cold, with low humidity (p. 1).

New information: This session focuses on the interior of the domed formation, which the viewer perceives as a structure. Inside the domed structure, there is a keyboard or control panel that is being operated by a subject (p. 1). This control panel is associated with some machinery that is rotating and mounted on a gimbal (p. 2). Energy is being beamed (with a narrow focus) into space from the domed structure (p. 3). The structure contains many shipping crates that contain supplies of all types, all shipped from a long distance (p. 4). The viewer observes that all life support items must be imported to the facility, although water is obtained through reverse osmosis. Food is stored. Subjects at the facility make and record observations of some type (p. 5). Work is done in shifts, and there is scheduled time for entertainment. (All pages pdf numbering.)

Debra Duggan-Takagi Download: Target 1A
 3

Verifiable information: The viewer correctly perceives the domed topology that is associated with this target, all appropriately located within a mountainous and rugged terrain (pp. 2 & 3, see also top sketch on page 6). On the side of the domed formation, the viewer perceives a "vortex" that appears to be the spray that is ejected from the side of the domed formation (p. 3). The viewer interprets this as a vortex coming from underground. Some minor decoding errors with this session include the placement of some animals on the surface of the surrounding terrain. (All pages pdf numbering.)

New information: This viewer perceives bright flashing lights associated with this target (pp. 6 & 8), typically located above the domed formation. This is a perception that is consistent across many viewers. (All pages pdf numbering.)

Download: Target 1B
 3

Verifiable information: This viewer correctly perceives the domed topology associated with this target (pp. 2, 5, and 8). The topology is perceived as a hollow structure located within a rugged mountainous terrain, all of which is appropriate for this target. The viewer also perceives the forceful spray which is the focus of Target 1A, and sketches this and describes it as "particles hitting earth" with notable energy on page 8 (see also p. 6). (All pages pdf numbering.)

New information: The viewer perceives a strong electrical energy field associated with this target (p. 3). This energy field may radiate across the landscape (p. 9). The viewer also perceives stone stairs at this target location that lead underground (p. 5). (All pages pdf numbering.)

Download: Target 1C
 2

Verifiable information: This viewer perceives the target as a "cave like" dome structure (sketched on p. 1). The steep surrounding terrain is sketched on page 3. This session has one significant decoding error, which is the eventual interpretation (pages 5 & 7) of the surrounding terrain being that of a "bleak ocean landscape." This is not an uncommon decoding error when viewers perceive barren terrains. (All pages pdf numbering.)

New information: The domed structure is perceived as degrading, largely due to long-term water erosion. Since the water that exists currently on Mars is mostly underground, this long-term erosion presumably happened in the distant past.

Michele Download: Target 1A
 3

Verifiable information: This is an excellent session that focus on the spray itself, which is a central focus of this target. The spray is described as a liquid that is ejected into a cold environment. The liquid bursts into small particles and gases as it is exposed to the low pressure atmosphere, producing a whooshing sound (p. 5). On page 2, the viewer sketches the circular topology of the nearby dome formation, surrounded by mountains.

New information: This viewer perceives the spray as associated with a scientific experiment that may involve nitrogen (p. 8). As with some other viewers, this viewer also perceives flashes of light associated with this target (p. 8). (All pages pdf numbering.) The spray is initially hot, and then cold (p. 12).

Download: Target 1B
 3

Verifiable information: The viewer again perceives the spray that is near this part of the target, and she describes it as similar to a geyser (p. 4), with a "plume shooting upward" (p. 5). (See also diverse impressions of vaporous fumes with hot and cold temperatures on pages 11 and 13.) The spray is sketched alongside a domed formation on page 16. The viewer correctly notes on page 13 that the spray is relatively small, "almost not visible with an unaided eye. (All pages pdf numbering.)

New information: The viewer perceives that this part of the target is associated with the formation or transformation of energy. (See especially page 13.) (All pages pdf numbering.)

Download: Target 1C
 2

Verifiable information: This viewer correctly perceives the domed topology of the target (p. 1). The lower clarity score for this session is due to the limited quantity of verifiable information in this session. It should be noted that there are no decoding errors associated with the verifiable information.

New information: After initially perceiving the domed topology of the target, the viewer perceives elements of what appear to be interior activities or processes associated with the domed structure. These activities or processes appear to be atomic in nature. The viewer perceives the activities or processes to be related to a "black hole," or "crystalline connectors in space."

Comment: The perceptions regarding black holes and crystalline connectors in space may be very important. One might speculate that such activities or processes may be associated with worm holes (or something similar) that connect through time, space, or both.

Sita Download: Target 1A
1.5 

Verifiable information: The spray's plume or moving cloud appear to be sketched on pages 1, 2, 11, and 15 of this session. Similar concepts can be found on page 8. (All pages pdf numbering.) The viewer correctly notes that there is a grainy surface surrounding the target, although there appear to be numerous decoding errors in the session.

New information: The viewer notes that a person is in an "out of body" state, floating. This may be important if it is associated with the same perceptions of a vertically lifted subject made by Dick in his session for Target 1C.

Download: Target 1B
 2

Verifiable information: This session begins with a great sketch of this target, including the domed formation and the adjacent spray (p. 1). (See also p. 4.) (All pages pdf numbering.)

New information: The viewer perceives a subject who is watching the target activity, a common perception along many of the viewers for this target. High levels of energy seem to be associated with this target.

TRV-LRV Viewers 
Rick Hilleard Download: Target 1A
 1

Verifiable information: This session seems to focus entirely on the spray and the nozzle from which the spray is ejected. High pitched and loud whistling sounds exist at the target site in a cool, open, and outside environment (p. 7). On page 14, the viewer notes that "the target structure seemed isolated, or in a place of isolation/forgotten." While the level of description for verifiable aspects of this session appears to be minimal (which is the reason for the low clarity score for this session), there are nonetheless very few decoding errors. (All pages pdf numbering.)

New information: The viewer appears to focus primarily on the spray and the nozzle for this session. Importantly, the viewer perceives the spray to be acidic and chemical in nature. Temperatures are range from cool to hot. The nozzle appears to be metallic.

Download: Target 1B
 3

Verifiable information: This interesting session contains repeated sketches and descriptions of a circular and/or dome-shaped structure (p. 4, see also pp. 10, 13, and 15), which is entirely appropriate for this target. From page 19, "(This is) an isolated thing. Something that does not have much activity around it." (All pages pdf numbering.)

New information: The viewer notes that this structure is surrounded by magnetic fields (p. 8). The viewer notes that the structure is half above ground and half below ground (pp. 15 & 16). Its interior dimensions are just as curved as its exterior dimensions (p. 16). The structure feels very old, but it is associated with some form of energy (p. 16), a common perception for this target among many viewers in this project. On page 19, the viewer summarizes the target structure as follows: "It appears, once more, as though it were half in and half out of the ground. I feel that there is a frequency/vibration or energy that is associated or emanating from this object. This is something that is resilient, old, aged, and possibly metallic." (All pages pdf numbering.)

Download: Target 1C
 2

Verifiable information: The viewer initially sketches a domed topology on page 2, which is redrawn as a circular structure on page 4. (See also the sketch of domed rough terrain on page 7.) The viewer later describes this as a circular structure that is elevated above a rough terrain in an open and isolated area (pp. 9 & 10). While the elevated content appears to be a decoding error, it is worthwhile to note that the structure is nonetheless on the top of the terrain. (All pages pdf numbering.)

New information: Other viewers have also perceived that something metallic is spinning in the target structure. This viewer's perceptions in this regard may be related to those of other viewers.

SRV Viewers 
Tony Download: Target 1C

Verifiable information: This viewer did one session that included all three target aspects, but with a primary focus on Target 1C. The viewer perceives the target environment as isolated and dry (pp. 5 & 8). There is a central target structure and/or land mass that has steep sides. On page 3, the viewer sketches the irregular shape of the domed formation, together with the nearby spray. The viewer compares this domed formation to a mountain. (All pages pdf numbering.)

New information: This viewer perceives that a scientific experiment involving electric or magnetic energy is related to activity by subjects at this target (numerous pages, including p. 5). (All pages pdf numbering.)