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Farsight New Viewer 13



This is another example of a student being assigned the target (always under "blind" conditions) "Destruction of the Dinosaurs/event." At first, the viewer heard "hurried" sounds. The textures at the site were both rough and smooth. Red and blue colors were present. The tastes associated with the target site were salty and wet, and the smells were "burning, biting, dusty, and hot." (Editor's note: Sometimes remote viewers can perceive a "smell" of hot or cold, in the sense that someone can sense a temperature in the nasal passages when one goes outside on a cold winter day.) The viewer immediately perceived an explosion at the target site. The viewer then sketched the drawing that is linked below. The drawing is that of a large rock object hitting the Earth. The viewer even declares this on the sketch. The viewer then perceived that this event may have been "guided," in the sense of possibly being planned. She perceived a reaction at the target site to the "extraordinary explosive" characteristic of the event being observed. She then again perceived that something or someone was "guiding" this event, and then she declared pointedly that this felt like the destruction of the dinosaurs, thereby exactly identifying the target during the remote-viewing session. She ended the session stating that the target event felt like "something hitting the earth" causing the "destruction of the dinosaurs."

The Sketch