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Remote view the objects laying on my table
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Clothes pegs
Bananas
Lube
Condoms
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>>20932726
What the fuck
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>>20932726
Close, but no cigar
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>>20932720
A bottle of bourbon
A gun
A scrap book of animals you like
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>>20932760
No dice. Wouldn't mind some bourbon though
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>>20932751
>Close, but no cigar
He didn't say cigar, he said banana.
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>>20932786
Nice
No cards and no tamagotchi, I do have one ballpen on the table.
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>>20932802
Haha
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If the bridge/building anon from afew days ago sees this, I still want to know what the actual targets were.
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A tape recorder, pens, cups, hands or gloves, dark coloured or wooden desk, computer, fan, jello in a bowl, rubber duck, cords, sandwich
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>>20932720
I'm going to scribble some stuff down but might take 10 or so
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>>20932884
There is one pen and a cup and the desk is wooden.

I will change the rules a bit. I'll place one fairly large object on the table. Try to view what it is.
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>>20932899
I'm guessing a guitar, humanoid statue, or something with antennae. Was a pen and cup all that was on the table originally?
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>>20933000
There is plenty of stuff besides the pen and cup. I'll reveal the stuff now. There was quitar amp, lamp with a shade, a screwdriver and the large object was midi keaboard
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>>20933014
Interesting, thanks for hosting. Anyway we can get a pic of the items, or brand of the keyboard?
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>>20933061
Np. No pic, but the brand is M-AUDIO, not sure why that matters though.
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>>20932899
Your cat
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>>20933073
And if you are thinking about buying one the specific brand is oxygen 49 4th gen. Nice and cheap midi
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remote viewing area 51 was pretty cool, got through all the barriers
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>>20932720
magazines, one of which is about astronomy, bottles and maybe something with the shape of a cube.

how much am i right op?
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How accurate is this stuff? Can anyone get into it?
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>>20933655
Of 300 posts someone get it and then the MiB takes them.
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>>20933655
It's pretty hit and miss, anybody can do it but some are better than others. Really you just need to have the intent of describing the target while learning to ignore analytical overlay. You may find the manuals and target sites in this pastebin to be interesting (they say practicing does improve results but beginner luck also applies).

https://pastebin.com/cZ3XmjnQ
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>>20932720
Black dildo, Vaseline and gay nigger porn vhs tape
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This is a good song
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-KWR7NuGIQ
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>>20932720
https://youtu.be/PYFtChe117w?t=8m18s
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>>20932720
Remote view the objects on the shelf above my computer
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>>20932720
What is remote viewing?
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>>20935965
This is my last attempt for the night, not too confident in this one but it can't hurt.
>>20935985
Basically, it's mentally sensing impressions from and describing remote targets.
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>>20936260
diff anon but will you be around again this week?
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>>20934228
-_-
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>>20936260
>Basically, it's mentally sensing impressions from and describing remote targets

Literally the dumbest shit I've ever researched.
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beat up you gilrfriend until she uses telekinesis to push buttons on the remote.
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>>20936307
shitposting /x/ isn't research, bucko.
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>>20936282
Yeah, I'm virtually always lurking during the day but I only post in existing threads. My accuracy isn't much to wait on but occasionally I think interesting results pop up. It will probably be a bit before I head off so I can try to answer any questions.
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>>20936335
do you now a book or article that broaches the subject of remote viewing defense and/or detection?
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>>20936349
So far, I haven't read anything that suggested it can be detected or defended against (coming from the SG docs, ex-viewers, and other related books). They didn't seem to find any defenses during the StarGate program. The fact that it doesn't always work and is often mixed was brought up in relief though.

Here's a couple relevant docs which atleast mention the search for defenses and what failed. You can also find them elsewhere by searching for the rdp#
https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/document/cia-rdp96-00788r001300260001-0
https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/document/cia-rdp96-00788r001300040001-4
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>>20936441
thanks matey




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