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Cole, without the phone can be good too. I see some drawbacks though. But we can try. We should start with simple stuff cause we are not in general so perceptive. I have an idea. We can have a volunteer to try to think or visualize just a color, no matter what shapes. Let's start with just a few colors:
Yellow, Red, Green, Blue, Orange
I would start with these 5 colors. A volunteer will transmit for a week one of this colors and then the following week we will try to guess it. The chances to guess it are 1/5 = 20%, which are pretty low (lower than 50%). Eventually we'll detect some good transmitters and good receivers. The advantage of the phone connection is that you are already connected through the PMR VR and you established a better connection with the help of the voice, etc. We should try both. I also don't have the time to do a lot of phone things. But I can do a 15-20 min session a week let's say at around 8pm more or less (taking into account other time zones). We can actually study a possible dependency of how the PMR communication helps, because we can also do it with Chat instead of phone. Actually chat would be a good alternative. We can use facebook chat too, there are several of us in facebook.
Actually we can do the 5 colors experiment using chat in facebook and eventually people might develop shape visualizations during the trials. Eventually we can start making more complex transmissions if successful.
Edit: I was thinking we may also try more than one transmitter, that way the transmitter will practice visualizations when trying that. We can also correlate the intensity of the visualizations with the transmissions. Independently of the success of the transmissions we will all practice meditation/visualization on trying them and might develop other stuff as well.
Yeah I'd forgotten you already posted that experiment idea Claudio. That does seem pretty cool actually. Color rather than some form. Start more basic. Color is one of the more basic visual properties. That of course could also relate to the dots, the granularity - we could note any color properties there - in the general field of "physically observable CEV" i.e the sight dot field as well. Then we can move to the trees experiment or whatever next. You suggested something first so we could begin there. I'm in Eastern Standard Time - I live in the Buffalo, NY area. Western NY. Snow capital of the country. Poguft (sonic representation that just came to me that reminds me of Buffalo and snow).
I've actually been wanting to do this kind of psychic experimentation for a long time using the internet as a starting contact point. It's an obvious next step - an obvious place to start exploring. If we get this going and it gets momentum it could really be interesting. We could even try your basic remote viewing stuff. I went to a group - not online, an actual meeting, around here recently where we tried out remote viewing. It was held at a reportedly haunted museum around here called the Iron Island Museum. This is a place that has been featured on one of those ghost hunting t.v. shows I can't remember which one. No major conclusive results but it was interesting. It was only one try. So we could definitely do that kind of thing after trying out some of these preliminary exercises. I get the feeling it's kinda like a muscle, the more you exercise it the stronger it gets. We could try to see where each other are spacially i.e. the room they're in and whatever. Tons of possibilities.
Monday at 11 EST would work for me, probably on a regular basis. I think a bit later is better both for the other time zones and because people might sleep a little later. Still no goddamn job, vehicle, apartment or phone of my own that's turned on, LOL, so no schedule conflicts. If you want to try calling on Sheila's phone, at whose place I'm crashing, its: 716-597-2308. I can usually be reached there or you can leave a message for me. That goes for you Claudio, Cole, or anybody else that may want to contact me about this, or just to say hi. Email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
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