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Remote Viewing People:
George Harrison

George Harrison

George Harrison

Target: George Harrison

Target Cue: Describe the most important aspects of this person. 

I was semi-frontloaded because I knew the cue and that I was remote viewing a person, but I did not know who the person was. 

After reviewing this session, I recalled an interview with Eric Clapton, who told a story about being in George Harrison’s backyard early one morning as the sun was rising. George started playing his guitar and created the famous Beatles song Here Comes the Sun right there on the spot.

In this session, Harrison’s creative self-expression overwhelmingly came through. I sensed that the target individual was very passionate and expressive, as well as caring, charismatic and inspiring. I perceived someone who was an “open channel of expression,” without a lot of filters. I observed that “it just flows right through them.”

In addition, information like “backyard” and “fountain” came through very strong for me. While researching George, I found that he was almost obsessed with his very elaborate backyard, and with gardening and landscaping. The cover for his album All Things Must Pass was photographed in his yard. It was a very important part of his life.

Towards the end of the session, I perceived data that I translated as “victim,” “vandalize,” “crouching,” and “hiding.” There was a sense of being “forced into something” and a loss of freedom. Towards the end of his life, George’s house was broken into and a crazed person attacked and almost stabbed him to death with a knife.

In this session, I was also exploring the possibility of perceiving the gender of the target. As you will see in this video, I came up with “female,” which is obviously incorrect. I have since chosen to refrain from guessing gender or other labels.

Remote Viewing People:
Amelia Earhart

Many speculate that Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan crashed on Gardner Island (now Nikumaroro) in the Central Pacific Ocean.

Many speculate that Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan crashed on Gardner Island (now Nikumaroro) in the central Pacific Ocean.

Target: Amelia Earhart (1897–1937)

The Cue: “Describe the most important aspects of this person.”

I was semi-frontloaded because I knew the cue and that I was remote viewing a person, but I did not know who the person was. 

Amelia Earhart was an excellent pilot and navigator, and a pioneer in aviation history. She was the first aviatrix to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. During an attempt to circumnavigate the globe in 1937, Earhart disappeared over the central Pacific Ocean near Howland Island. Some speculate that Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan landed on Gardner Island (now Nikumaroro) and ultimately perished on the uninhabited island.

The cue did not direct me to “find the downed plane.” However, one sketch did resemble an island, which resembles Nikumaroro. The aspects that came through are more personal, relating to her personality, her skills and gifts, her occupation, and what motivated her. I perceived data such as “travel,” “maps,” “directions,” and the sense of “someone who does not get lost.”