On March 30th, four Remote Viewing students successfully completed the six stages of the CRV protocol, with final summaries identifying the unique properties and nature of their individual sites.

Our workshops attract Remote Viewing students from all over the world; our recent group was no different with one from Brazil and and another from Switzerland.

The site was identified by the student during stage 4
Tower of Pisa accurately identified.

The photo shows the stage 6 model accurately depicting the site which was correctly identified by the student.
Stage 6 modelling enables the viewer to obtain kinaesthetically more detailed information on the nature and function of the site.
This is the purpose of stage 6, which the student often forgets as, with smile on face they get their hands on the clay. In this particular case the Remote Viewer was able to perceive the detail on the tower as she was constructing it.
The clay version of the Leaning Tower of Pisa has since fallen over!