While in previous sections of this Issue 8, we have discussed our views on the next major societal paradigm shift, our primary focus remains on assisting individuals, adults and children, to apply their natural abilities to connect with the future.
The AVM Precognition Project is devoted to assisting people to develop, nurture and apply their precog skills using online tools. The first application is predicting future changes in the stock market. PIA has now completed three online protocols where viewers submitted their AVM predictions and received both photographic and analytical feedback. These protocols are summarized in an online version of the PIA presentation at the Year 2000 Remote Viewing Conference.
The following summary provides an overview of our next protocol involving ARVer and ARVjudge pairs. The ARVer generates a transcript, and possibly some sketches, concerning a target that will be viewed as feedback in the future. The ARVjudge compares the transcript to three possible outcomes and chooses the target/photo that is the best match.
Prediction-Time, ARVer Session
Associative Remote Viewing (ARV) is the general procedure used in P-4. The basic ARV concepts were described in the MISTIE i&i approach, where i&i is for intuition and intellect. i&i was designed as a one-person online ARV training method involving the intuitive remote viewing process as well as the intellectual judging process. In i&i, feedback is available in minutes because a random number generator is used to choose the correct photo/target after the prediction is submitted. In P-4, feedback becomes available after two full stock trading days since changes in stock prices are what determine the correct target/photo in the full AVM Project approach.
The ARVer is the key person who generate the initial transcripts and sketches about the future target/photo given only a target A-ID number as a cue. If the transcript is a direct hit, the ARVjudge's role in choosing the correct target/photo is minimal. The ARVer is the source of the precog info and this role is emphasized in P-4 by asking the ARVers to follow the following procedures:
Judging-Time, ARVjudge Session
The ARVjudge takes the summary of the transcript generated by the ARVer and compares it to the three possible target/photos randomly chosen by the computer. In P-4, we are introducing Independent Judging. We believe it is valuable for the ARVer to not look at the three possible correct target/photos. The ARVer will only look at the correct photo at feedback-time, thereby limiting the possibility of "overlay" where prediction-time information matches some or all of the target/photos, including the incorrect photos that happen to be appealing.
Feedback-Time, ARVer and ARVjudge Sessions
The ARVer and ARVjudge both have access to the correct photo/target at Feedback-Time. As part of P-4, they will both be asked to submit simple descriptions (not labels) of the actual photo/target. These descriptions are intended to be sufficient to distinguish or identify the correct target/photo. They will be encouraged to use all their senses - sight, sound, touch, smell, taste as well as any emotional reactions - to bring the target/photo to life, so to speak.
PIA believe that deepening each viewers contact with her/him self, including the SC, is important as they work to improve their prediction success rates. Some viewers may not be interested in this, and that's fine. The viewers provide their personal approaches and predictions.
Associative Remote Viewing (ARV) is Style 3 on the Preferences page (this page is an obvious link once you register and logon. Any readers that happen to find this article are welcome to follow the same protocol as described above. After logging on, go to the preferences page and choose Style 3 to enter the ARV approach. In fact, if any of you achieve 13 or more successful predictions out of 25 trials, please contact us so we can discuss your joining our team of professional viewers.
We recommend that ARVers track the amount of time spent during their Prediction-Time and Feedback-Time Sessions. These sessions should be separate to limit any effects of information overlay. Together, we estimate that these sessions should total about 1 hour. We also recommend that ARVer sessions be scheduled during times where no interruptions will occur. Some viewers prefer shorter sessions, others longer, and that is fine. Again, the ARVer is central to the process and needs to develop a personal and successful protocol. PIA provides the quantitative feedback, the history of predictions and the success rates to assist ARVers in improving their precog abilities. The challenge for personal growth and increased precog abilities lies with and within the ARVers. Love-Wisdom-Beauty-Joy to you all.
Go to another section of this issue:
Physics: Paradigm Shifts: What's Next? Intuition: Why Precognition?