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"He was extraordinarily accurate, unbelievably accurate."

-- a former CIA official on a series of sessions done by Pat Price, a remote viewer.

Stage 1 Protocol - Ideograms
There are usually four to five stages of remote viewing, some styles occasionally have six. We have briefly described the beginning protocol of RV for you below. Although this may seem confusing or even unbelievable for some this generally is how initial target acquisition is established.

In the first stage of remote viewing a series of numbers (or letters) are given to the viewer who quickly writes them down usually in the left or right margin of a sheet of white A4 paper. These coordinates are related to the target and serve as a type of address. The target name itself is not revealed to the viewer until after completion of the session. As soon as these are written and without pausing the viewer will move his pen slightly to the right of the numbers and execute what has become known as an ideogram.
Coordinate remote viewing or 'CRV' for short utilizes five basic ideograms which are demonstrated below. It is extremely important that these are drawn as fast as possible, ideally in half a second minimum. The ideograms are then pressed firmly (but not hard) with the pen and it is possible to perceive some general and basic qualities of the target. i.e, whether the target is soft, hard, man-made, natural, artificial, perhaps it is a person or a structure or land, it could also be wet or a mountain, etc. The ideograms are performed three seperate times with the pen being placed back down on the table between ideograms so that the signal line (by signal line we mean the connection between your autonomic nervous system and the target) is reloaded and refreshed each time. The ideograms are deliberately executed fast so that your conscious mind does not have time to intervene in the process, ESP research has clearly shown that when the mind starts to evaluate something there are only 3 seconds before the conscious mind kicks in and starts to analyse and imagine. In remote viewing we want to by-pass the conscious mind and let the sub-conscious mind solve the problem. Therefore it is absolutely vital that the initial target acquisition is free of conscious mind involvement, hence the need for speed and thus keeping well inside the 3 second window.

Below are diagrams of the main five type ideograms but please remember that they will become fairly individualistic after some practice, although most of them will resemble something similar to the following.


This indicates that the target is some kind of a structure.




Slight variations like these can also occur and are valid.





This straight line simply indicates that land is present at the target.




This shape indicates a mountain, mountain range or hilly terrain.





This shows that energy or water is present.




Finally this ideogram is indicative of a person(s) or a sentient being.






Below is a picture of the correct pen for remote viewing, its a Mitsubishi Pencil Company Uniball fibre tipped pen and is really the optimum pen of choice for this type of work as it can execute complete ideograms extremely fast without tearing paper. It has a 0.5mm nib and the color is black.


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