Dun Dornaigil Broch

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Broch Dun Dornaigil's door lintel
SwissStephe, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
This photo shows that the structure is indeed “next to a body of water”

I’ve always found it interesting that every ideogram I write begins with a little flourish. This is something I am completely unaware of doing while drawing the ideogram. It makes me wonder if the flourish itself seen in many signatures is a type or form of this same phenomena. I see this same type of flourish in ideograms drawn by many other people. It feels to me like consciousness itself is flowing from an infinite vortex of energy


The Flourish


Sam Houston for instance was obviously a very powerful Jedi 🙂

Zions National Park

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Since the target photo was taken at Zions National Park, I am including the picture above which shows the Park taken from the top of Angels Landing. It shows the river running in the valley below

Where buildings become mountains

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san francisco fog

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Fire on the Prairie

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fire

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Synchronized Swimmers

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swimmers

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Surfing Oahu

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lake penguin iceberg

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Penguin Iceberg

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lake penguin iceberg

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Svortuloft Lighthouse

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Pyrgi

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The Target photo shown above

Symmetry

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Ponte Romano di Rieti - dalla riva, 2
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Something else I’ve discovered about Ideograms is that often “the muse” (my name for the level of consciousness that draws them) will only draw half of a symmetrical object. If you look at the brown colored area of the multi-layered ideogram above it shows half of a bridge. I merely copied it below and then mirrored it over to add the missing symmetrical section and then I named it “bridge”. The other areas of the ideogram showing a wavy medium (colored in blue) running under the half bridge, arch shapes (colored in red) typical of bridges, and an observer (colored in pink) looking at the scene each added support that this target was probably a bridge. I then did a couple visuals and saw a river running through a city. At that point I decided that the target had something to do with a bridge.

As an aside, I will mention that I have never practiced ideogram drills and have never tried to create a lexicon of ideogram symbols. I let the muse draw freely and I (the ego mind) try to get out of the way. I do not think that ideogram drills or lexicons are necessarily a bad thing. I simply have never done them. The use of drills and lexicons does remind me of watching my granddaughter learn to draw. She has a whole bunch of drawing books that show how to draw various elements which she practices and imitates which without a doubt have helped her to become a better artist. In the end though she still draws freely. It is the same with remote viewing. In the end you have to forget trying to control “the muse” and let things flow freely.

Surfing “The Wave”

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I have blocked out the target number with yellow boxes on this target because it comes from a training target pool in use by a well known remote viewing instructor. I am including the target photo however because it is a public domain photo 🙂


The target was “The Wave” formation (petrified sand dunes) in the Coyoto Buttes Area. Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, Arizona