The Task: Remote view the assassination of JFK.
The Cue: Describe this event.
Monitor: Todd Ronan
Todd and I were completely blind to the target and the cue.
This session was not part of an operational project to solve the mystery of the JFK conspiracy. It was a practice session with a new monitor. The target was selected for me by a third-party who was not present at the time of the remote viewing. No claims are being made from the data perceived in this session.
On Friday, November 22, 1963, at 12:30 pm, the 35th President of the United States John F. Kennedy was fatally shot as his motorcade slowly drove though Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas. A 10-month investigation by the Warren Commission concluded that a lone gunman, Lee Harvey Oswald, shot the president from the fifth floor of the Texas School Book Depository. In 1978, the U.S. House Select Committee on Assassination (HSCA) concluded that the FBI investigation and Warren Commission were both seriously flawed and that the assassination was most likely a conspiracy that included not one but two gunmen.
My task was to describe the event. I perceived the target as a spectacle that was business-like, but not just business. There were people present who were engaged and emotionally attached to this event. I perceived the people surrounding a small thing that had a big impact. The ideas of hidden, masked and pulling back layers to discover something came through strongly. I felt that I was seeing this event differently than many people see it. I perceived that this event is often viewed incorrectly and that one would have to sit in it and be it to really understand it. The idea of projecting came through, which lead into guns, shooting out, velocity, speeds, range, distance, how far it can go and impact. I described the concept of velocity, which lead to shell and casing.