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Viewer: Courtney Brown

Data: Type 3 (solo, viewer blind)

General Target Description: The Shuttle Discovery Mission to Repair the Hubble Space Telescope (mid-February 1997)

Comments: This session is a useful lesson showing how the conscious mind constantly attempts to identify and make sense out of raw remote viewing perceptions. In this session, the viewer accurately identifies subjects associated with a large, complex, and essentially hollow structure high above the surface of a planet. But, as evidenced in the deductions, the conscious mind of the viewer wanted to interpret these perceptions as a balloon flight. (Remember that deductions are not data: they are conscious mind conclusions that are subtracted from the flow of the data.) This mental struggle between the perception of raw remote-viewing data and attempts of the conscious mind to identify and categorize the perceptions into an imagined schema that may or may not fit the content of the actual target is the single most challenging aspect of the remote viewing process. This particular target was especially challenging in this regard, since so many aspects of the target had parallels to a balloon flight. Even the sides of the Hubble Space Telescope are covered with a thick insulating reflective fabric covering that "gives" when pressed inward.

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