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Post  RichardB on Wed Nov 09, 2011 6:01 am

Hi All,

Here is another RV challenge for you. Below is a photo of a shelf in our living room which usually has two objects (in addition to the lamp) sitting on top of it. The photo is obviously with the items removed, but they are now back in place and will remain there. I will post a photo up at the end of the weekend for you to check how you did. Feel free to post your results in the mean time.

If you have good intentions, then you are welcome to enter my home to complete this challenge.



Good luck!

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Post  Moonbar on Wed Nov 09, 2011 1:11 pm

Question Ok looks like im the first bounce

As with the last RV challenge it was pretty much instant - i felt something made of glass or clear plastic or resin with a jagged edge is there.

The guess at the second object may be tainted with intellect as i know your future plans - i felt something made from Paua shell (aka Abalone or mother of pearl) with lots of colours.

If i get a hit on this one too ... im going for the lotto numbers!! Shocked

Thankyou Richard & good luck to everyone else tongue
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Post  white lotus on Wed Nov 09, 2011 3:58 pm

*SPOILER ALERT - session details are below*

As I am training in Ed Dames's technique of remote viewing, I'll post according to that format. It's rather long and methodical so please bear with me.

Stage 1- Site Area

Richard's Shelf/Present objects

Stage 2 - sensations felt in general area

textures: rough, smoothness, plastic
smells: piney, clean, woody, metallic
tastes: tangy, stuffy, cottonish
colors: yellow, blue, brown
temperatures: slightly warm
sounds: whacking, "clicking"
dimensions (motion density size shape etc)- whirling, smallness, dense, ovoid
aesthetic impact: the atmosphere is light yet is somewhat "charged"

analytical overlays or AOI's(this is basically objects which come to your mind, this is technically a trash column)
electric fan

Stage 3- Archetypical sketch


There are more pages than this. I will simplify because I don't want to hog space Laughing

The following are the things that I came up with:

1.It seems to me that there is a small electrical fan on the right side of the shelf. It has a somewhat conical base.

2.there seems to me that there is a very irregular obloid object on your table, which I am getting the impression has blue or somewhat cyan blue color on it. it is not empty yet it is not full, it is very irregular inside of this object.

3.vaguer impressions: you may keep a coin or some sort of small dense round metallic object on the table.

Do you have a window with curtains in this room? If so, are they edged with green?

The electrical fan may have a layer of dust or lint on it? either that or there is just something coated with lint. I have no idea what it is.

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So yes that's what I got. I am so excited to see if i got anything right.

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Post  Harri on Thu Nov 10, 2011 1:45 am

Hello, and thanks for making this challenge. i only got a feeling of a small box next to the lamp, it has somekind of writing on top of it and its possibly brown from side. a matchbox? hmm why would he keep a matchbox there haha, im not very good at this.another object, i have no idea of what it could be, but the 3 items are placed at equal distance between each other on top of shelf.

white lotuses technique seems impressive, i really have to get a book about ed dames rv Very Happy
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Post  Guest on Fri Nov 11, 2011 4:07 pm

  1. Potted cactus in the middle.
  2. Snow globe on the right.

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FINAL PHOTOS BELOW

Post  RichardB on Mon Nov 14, 2011 7:40 am

Hi Guys,

Interestingly enough, some of you were close on a few items, but stuff sitting on the shelf below the one pictured. Therefore the first photo below is of the two objects on the top shelf and the second photo shows the shelf below.





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Post  Moonbar on Mon Nov 14, 2011 10:41 am

Smile Close but no cigar - looks like ive got to work on my accuracy Laughing
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Post  Dardon on Mon Nov 14, 2011 2:34 pm

Haha I love these challenges, Keep them coming.

I might put one up.

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Post  Harri on Mon Nov 14, 2011 8:36 pm

haha i love that bird in lower pic What a Face
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Post  Guest on Mon Nov 14, 2011 8:37 pm

Harri wrote:haha i love that bird in lower pic What a Face
Yes, I must admit that I do too. Smile

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Post  RichardB on Tue Nov 15, 2011 4:07 am

Harri wrote:haha i love that bird in lower pic What a Face

matt wrote:
Harri wrote:haha i love that bird in lower pic What a Face
Yes, I must admit that I do too. Smile

LOL, thanks guys, I have my 4yr old son to thank for that. I'll tell him how much you all like his creation. Very Happy

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