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Here is your remote viewing target. It is a bottlenose dolphin.


The target was written like this:

Bottlenose dolphin / photographic timeline

It was then given a random co-ordinate (1278) which was also written on the target photograph.

Evaluate your viewing as a percentage. Even experienced remote viewers are about 33% to 80% accurate. Don't expect more of yourself. If you wrote or sketched 10 things and 4 indicated things about the target, you are at 40% accuracy for this target. That is very good. Even 20% or 30% is an indication that you may have remote viewing ability. Sometimes, you won't get anything! We don't know why we're on at times and way off at others. Just like any other type of human performance, results are not always consistent.

You'll also see things in metaphors as the sub-conscious loves symbolic data. What seems like a tall spire could be the neck of a giraffe for example. The viewer is not always aware of what exactly they have drawn because the information is not available to the conscious mind in a way that can be readily understood.

If you enjoyed this or did better than you expected and would like to do some more go to the target practice pages here. You'll find a lot more co-ordinates to practice with. No peaking until you've finished though !!!





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