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Viewer: Courtney Brown

Tasker: Denise Burson

Data: Type 3 (solo, viewer blind)

General Target Description: The residential Vatican Palace located at The Vatican City in Rome, Italy (current time)

Comments: This is a good example of a "switched" session (see below). This target cue has four distinct aspects, most of which are clearly described in the session. As is typical of sessions with numbered aspects, there is some blending across all aspects throughout the session. Current research suggests that the blending may be due to the fact that viewers normally do not remain totally blind (psychically) to the remainder of the target while focusing on one aspect at a time. This experiment involved two potential targets. The correct target was determined by a random event not controlled by anyone at The Farsight Institute (a lottery outcome). Under such conditions (binary potential targets with future determination) experimental evidence suggests that the viewer will perceive the correct target of the binary pair of potential targets approximately 75% of the time. Approximately 25% of the time, a good session of the alternate (incorrect) target is obtained. In this case, the viewer produced a good session of the alternate (incorrect) target.

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