The time that is given to us

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One of my sons sent me the quote below the other day and I thought I’d pass it on because its so applicable to our time now:

“I wish it need not have happened in my time,” said Frodo.
“So do I,” said Gandalf, “and so do all who live to see such times. But that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.”

― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring

…and on a related note, it has become quite apparent to me that “the aperture” has widened substantially in recent weeks. The universe wants to talk.

Cape Spartel

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cape spartel
The target – Photo by Alex Lomas – Flickr, CC BY 2.0, Link

cape spartel remote view

I thought it interesting that the multi-layered ideograms produced for this target even picked up on the rounded parking/viewing area at the left of the photo. As I have stated before the use of multi-layered ideograms is NOT a replacement method for CRV, SRV, HRVG or any other remote viewing method. The use of multi-layered ideograms is simply a tool a remote viewer may or may not choose to use. As Glen Wheaton of HRVG has stated, “You have to look if you want to see. If you don’t look you won’t see”. I might add that “You have to listen if you want to hear, You have to touch if you want to feel, You have to taste and smell if you want to pick up that sensory information from a remote viewing target. I post a lot of multi-layered ideograms as examples but they are not complete sessions. They are simply examples of the power of ideograms (and particularly multi-layered ideograms) and are not a complete method of doing remote viewing in and of themselves (although they can often reveal the basic layout of a remote viewing target within seconds of beginning a session.) 🙂

Also with regard to Ideograms, I feel the same way about them as I do about Remote Viewing in general. No one really understands how they work or why they work or the mechanisms involved which allow a human being to connect to objects and locations which are distant to them in time or space or both. The inner workings of ideograms are as much a mystery as is remote viewing and for that matter as is consciousness itself.

A cupula like structure

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One of my daughters gave me a target to do for them this week. The target turned out to be Stonehenge 🙂


By garethwiscombe – https://www.flickr.com/photos/garethwiscombe/1071477228/in/photostream/, CC BY 2.0, Link

Gildeskål, Norway Uredd Rest Area

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The example below is a target I did this morning using colored pencils on multi-layered ideograms. This was done before viewing the target of course. Except for the S2 section at the bottom these are all just multi-layered ideograms colored in with pencils. You can easily see that by using colored pencils, the impressions received from the ideograms are conveyed much more clearly.

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Know thyself

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The world is in color

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Rio de Janeiro Helicoptero 47 Feb 2006

Mariordo (Mario Roberto Durán Ortiz) [CC BY 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

This target ended up being the Christ statue shown above located in Rio de Janerio. The tasking was: Move to the optimum position/location and describe and sketch the target in detail”.

Do to a mix-up, not paying attention and a general senior moment, I inadvertently did this target a second time about a week or so later without realizing it. On the second go with this target however I started doing something new (for me). I’ve started using colored pencils to colorize both my ideograms and drawings as I draw them (and before I look at the feedback photos).


Rio de Janeiro visto do Parque da Cidade, em Niterói

It appears that I wrote “floating in the arm”…but meant to say “floating in the air”. I’ve mentioned before that I can’t spell worth a darn while remote viewing 🙂

beckstei [CC BY 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

The ideograms and drawings below are from the second run of the target where I started experimenting with color

It started out as an experiment but now I’ve decided that this is the direction I am going in 2020. After creating an ideogram or a drawing, I am getting out my colored pencils. 🙂

Out of the blue

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This target shows another example of the “something more” type of ideogram I mentioned in the previous post. I’m seeing these types of “ideograms” (if we want to call them that) show up in my remote viewing practice on an ever increasing basis.

Chillingham Castle

The target ended up being Chillingham Castle. The target description from Atlas Obscura (the source of the target) reads “this castle bills itself as the “most haunted castle” in the country”

The first two ideograms are what I would classify as “typical” ideograms

But then out of the blue a form appeared in the third ideogram that looks more like a figure drawing of a human with arms outstretched and immediately gave me the thought of “looks like a ghost…boo!”

As a side note…the best way that I have found to beat “the Naggar” (the namer and guesser) when looking at ideograms that have evolved into actual drawings (its pretty hard to go by feel alone when the ideogram LOOKS like the object it represents) is to go with the very first impression that pops into your mind. Upon seeing the ideogram there is a brief moment before the analytical mind starts to analyze the drawing where “The Muse” (this is the term I will use henceforth for the level of consciousness that can do remote viewing) slips in the true meaning. The Muse is simply quicker than the analytical mind 🙂

Kalavryta Memorial

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Kalavritablick-vom-mahnmal-aus

kalavryta memorial ideograms
What is show above is one of the spontaneous multi-layered ideograms drawn for this target. I duplicated the ideogram and placed it on the right side with color highlighting on certain areas of interest. At some point I think that “ideograms” cease being strictly “ideograms” and start to be something more.

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Kilroy was here

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Kilroy Was Here - Washington DC WWII Memorial.jpg
By Luis Rubio from Alexandria, VA, USA – Kilroy was here, CC BY 2.0, Link

kilroy was here

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Kilroy just made an appearance in one of my ideograms 🙂

Man is made only of non-man elements

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“You are full of the cosmos but you are empty of a separate self”
~Thich Nhat Hanh