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Applications: Protocol 5 - If you've been trained in Remote Viewing, this may be for you.

Connections Through Time - Issue 11: April - June 2001

Click on the photo for referenceAssociative Remote Viewing (ARV) techniques that have worked best in the past have been incorporated into our newest online group-consensus methodology called Protocol 5, or P5.  

Computers and the internet permit the storage and retrieval of your ARV session information including:
-  RV session summaries
-  self or independent judging
photo-target feedback
quantitative evaluation of your success rate
-  your online notes concerning your sessions
-  RI (Remote Influencing) of yourself by your self

ARV may not help you grasp the meaning of life, however, it does permit practice-practice-practice of your RV skills, and you can earn an Independent Contractor fee.  P5 was described and demonstrated at the recent 3rd Annual Controlled Remote Viewers Conference.  We are summarizing it here for anyone who is interested and for anyone who has been trained in remote viewing and would like to participate.   Please email requests to participate to and indicate your RV background.

P5 Overview for Trained RVers

1.  Two Possible Photo-Targets
-  The RV tasking is: Move to the photo-target Feedback Session and describe.  You receive a TargetID number, do your RV session, and then submit an RV summary online.
-  The 2 possible targets are randomly associated with an “Up’ or “Not-Up” Stock Event based on the change in closing stock prices between two future trading days.
-  The photo-target Judging session presents you or your independent-Judge with your RV summary text and the two possible photo-targets.  A photo-target prediction is submitted with a Confidence Ranking (CR) based on the percentage of correct descriptors.

2.  A Group Consensus Approach
-  We encourage people to form groups.  Each person has their own username for  independently RVing and judging a photo-target.  (A "Group of One" is permitted, however, two or more photo-target predictions are required so a consensus prediction can be obtained.)
-  There are two different "Styles" for Groups:
     + A Multiple Photos Group uses different photo-targets for each member of the group.
     + A Single Photo Group uses the same photo-target for each member of the group.
-  The photo-targets from all of the group members are "linked" together by the association with the same Stock Event.  A Group Event Judging Page is available which shows all the group members' photo-target predictions.   The two possible Stock Event outcomes are indicated on this page by an X or Y, rather than Up or Not-up, to limit any frontloading associations with the stock market.
-  One group member submits an X or Y Group Prediction.  A poorly-rated (a low CR) transcript can be ignored, or a group prediction does not even have to be submitted if the overall confidence level is low.  These are group decisions usually outlined when the group first forms and then discussed/updated as needed. 

3.  A Group Fee can be Earned
-  Photo-target feedback and Group Event feedback is provided including quantitative summaries of number of predictions (trials) versus successes.
-  The group can earn a fee by completing 10 Group Predictions.
-  Each group member is considered an Independent Contractor and the Group elects how to divide the fee.
-  The current* fee schedule is indicated below.

Group Trials



Group Fee

















-  Here is a summary of the group performance through April 30, 2001.

* This fee schedule is subject to change at any time; however, if a group has started a series of 10 predictions, the fee schedule in effect when they started will be used to pay the appropriate fee.


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