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Remote Viewing IBM’s Nanophotonics Technology

IBM's Nanophotonics Technology

IBM’s Nanophotonics Technology

Target: IBM’s Nanophotonic Technology

Target Cue: Describe the most important aspects of IBM’s nanophotonics technology, including its most significant known problem and a patentable solution, which is unknown to them–current time.

Monitor: Jerry Harthcock

I was blind to the target and the cue. The monitor (Jerry) was semi-frontloaded: He chose the target and created the cue.

IBM is developing a new technology, called nanophotonics, that combines optical communications with integrated circuits. This technology could revolutionize supercomputers and how they interconnect with memory and processors. 

In this session, I perceive a technology that is capable of running at very high speeds. This technology felt so “revved up” that I began to feel a little nauseous. I perceived components that were linked together and gave off a sparkly, glowing illumination. This sparkling light seemed to act as a fuel source that was very clean as it moved through the system.

I received the following information: This specific technology is being tested for its capacity potential, despite the fact that the manufacturer knows that its capacity is limited. They realize that this type of technology could be considered primitive relative to the technology they are trying to create. Nevertheless, they are pushing this technology to its breaking point or trying to find the breaking point. 

I was then tasked to find the chief obstacle and a solution to the capacity issue. In this movement, I perceived a power source that I could only describe as “tumbling” energy. This tumbling energy is “freeform,” whereas a unidirectional energy was perceived as being “like a fire hose”.  

Remote Viewing Places: Mecca

The Kaaba, in the city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia.

The Kaaba, in the city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia.

The Mecca Royal Hotel Clock Tower

The Mecca Royal Hotel Clock Tower

The Task: Remote view the city of Mecca

The Cue: Describe the topography of the site and the most important aspects of this location. 

I was semi-frontloaded because I knew that I was remote viewing a place, but I was “blind to the task” (I did not know what it was). 

Mecca is an ancient city in Saudi Arabia. It is considered to be the holiest city of the Islamic world, the birthplace of Muhammad and the site of the revelation of the Koran. In the 6 century BC, it was one of the main centers of the ancient spice trades. Every year during Hajj period, the city’s population triples with Muslim pilgrims visiting the Kaaba, the cube-shaped building in the center of Mecca, and other holy sites in the city.

In this session, I explored remote viewing places and locations. My objective was to perceive some recognizable feature at the site, and to find some purpose or function of the locations either natural or manmade. Per the cue, my task was to describe the City of Mecca. Throughout the session I was continually drawn to a very large pointed structure that stuck out in the landscape, and that the location was old and had changed in its purpose over time. I had the ideas of trade and people moving through this location and in addition, that the location is a destination point for many people.