The time now is 1825 May 22, 2003.

Time 1833

ADP002/ 220503 EMD3

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

289 758 -574 304 -120

298 761 -571 307 -117

829 930 -402 476 52

892 950 -382 496 72

928 961 -371 507 83

982 979 -353 525 101

Drawing Results Thu. May 22, 2003: 864

The Michigan Daily 3 results for the evening of May 22, 2003 are 8,6, and 4 in this order.

The below posting represents the error that is common for those viewers determining a position for the number 9. As you can see the sum of 862 plus 666 divided by pi will give us a rounded number of 486.

I commonly make the error of inverting 6 and 9 as these symbols apart from their meaning, are identical in shape and size. As you learn how to remote view numbers, beware of the relative position of 9 and 6. Do not confuse these two numbers as I have done on this day.

a b c x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

2 8 6 286 757 -575 303 -121

2 6 8 268 751 -581 297 -127< br> 8 2 6 826 929 -403 475 51

8 6 2 862 940 -392 486 62

6 2 8 628 866 -466 412 -12

6 8 2 682 883 -449 429 5

a b c x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

2 8 9 289 758 -574 304 -120

2 9 8 298 761 -571 307 -117

8 2 9 829 930 -402 476 52

8 9 2 892 950 -382 496 72

9 2 8 928 961 -371 507 83

9 8 2 982 979 -353 525 101

As you study the graphs, note that the same position of 892 will yield the incorrect number of 496 as the number 862 yields the correct number of 486. Again the difference between 6 and 9 may seem slight to the viewer although the outcome is less than perfect.

A less than perfect outcome is not acceptable and this is why more than one session should be conducted to check for any error. You will in the future see a series of postings screening for any possible error.

The idea exists that one might observe only the numbers that match.

Modification of the formula can yield other numbers and a pattern of sequence can be recognized once the proper entrainment, skill, and environment of the viewer is achieved.

You are now observing a system of communication that will overcome all others presently known. It will be developed not in secrecy but here before us all.

-Aaron C. Donahue

The time now is 1730. It is Friday, May 23, 2003.

ADP003/ 230503 EMD3

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

328 770 -562 316 -108

382 788 -544 334 -90

238 742 -590 288 -136

283 756 -576 302 -122

832 931 -401 477 53

823 928 -404 474 50

Drawing Results Fri. May 23, 2003: 090

ADP004/ 240503 EMD3-R

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

567 846 -486 392 -32

576 849 -483 395 -29

657 875 -457 421 -3

675 881 -451 427 3

756 907 -425 453 29

765 910 -422 456 32

Here is something interesting. I am attempting to isolate within my completed data an exact number. The EMD-R postings are experimental. Now that it is the week-end holiday, why not?

ADP004/ 240503 EMD3-R

The next set of remote viewed numbers are 427 and 147. I will now compare these two sets with the previous number of 567.

Note any matching numbers.

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

427 802 -530 348 -76

472 816 -516 362 -62

247 745 -587 291 -133

274 753 -579 299 -125

742 902 -430 448 24

724 896 -436 442 18

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

147 713 -619 259 -165

174 721 -611 267 -157

417 799 -533 345 -79

471 816 -516 362 -62

714 893 -439 439 15

741 902 -430 448 24

Drawing Results Sat. May 24, 2003: 186

The time now is 1918, Sunday, May 25, 2003.

ADP005/ 250503 EMD3-H

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

453 810 -522 356 -68

435 804 -528 350 -74

543 839 -493 385 -39

534 836 -496 382 -42

345 776 -556 322 -102

354 779 -553 325 -99

This EMD3-H posting is an experiment revealing yet another way to access non-historical information.

ADP005/ 250503 EMD3-H,E

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

453 810 -522 356 -68

435 804 -528 350 -74

543 839 -493 385 -39

534 836 -496 382 -42

345 776 -556 322 -102

354 779 -553 325 -99

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

42 679 -653 225 -199

24 674 -658 220 -204

402 794 -538 340 -84

420 800 -532 346 -78

204 731 -601 277 -147

240 742 -590 288 -136

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

176 722 -610 268 -156

167 719 -613 265 -159

716 894 -438 440 16

761 908 -424 454 30

617 862 -470 408 -16

671 880 -452 426 2

A third session is cued as reference to the second being a number that is known as historical data! The implications of this are profound.

Drawing Results Sun. May 25, 2003: 601

The Winning Michigan Daily 3 numbers for the evening of Sunday, May 25, 2003 are 6,0, and 1 in this order.

ADP005/ 250503 EMD3-H,E

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

453 810 -522 356 -68

435 804 -528 350 -74

543 839 -493 385 -39

534 836 -496 382 -42

345 776 -556 322 -102

354 779 -553 325 -99

A second session cued for historical data produced 042 that in turn, produced the correct number.

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

42 679 -653 225 -199

24 674 -658 220 -204

402 794 -538 340 -84

420 800 -532 346 -78

204 731 -601 277 -147

240 742 -590 288 -136

This correct number was isolated as per a third session and the number 176 reveals -160, 16, and -16. These numbers match only one number from the previous graph of numbers. This number is -601.

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

176 722 -610 268 -156

167 719 -613 265 -159

716 894 -438 440 16

761 908 -424 454 30

617 862 -470 408 -16

671 880 -452 426 2

The implications of this are profound. A number that does not yet exist can be identified and therefore limited as historical information! There is so much more to show you.

-Aaron C. Donahue

The time now is 1923, Monday, May 26, 2003.

ADP006/ 260503 EMD3-H

Comment:

I have a strange set of experimental numbers today. This could mean a direct number is realized. We shall see...

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

954 970 -362 516 92

945 967 -365 513 89

594 855 -477 401 -23

549 841 -491 387 -37

495 824 -508 370 -54

459 812 -520 358 -66

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

951 969 -363 515 91

915 957 -375 503 79

591 854 -478 400 -24

519 831 -501 377 -47

195 728 -604 274 -150

159 717 -615 263 -161

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

851 937 -395 483 59

815 925 -407 471 47

581 851 -481 397 -27

518 831 -501 377 -47

185 725 -607 271 -153

158 716 -616 262 -162

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

951 969 -363 515 91

915 957 -375 503 79

591 854 -478 400 -24

519 831 -501 377 -47

195 728 -604 274 -150

159 717 -615 263 -161

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

851 937 -395 483 59

815 925 -407 471 47

581 851 -481 397 -27

518 831 -501 377 -47

185 725 -607 271 -153

158 716 -616 262 -162

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

462 813 -519 359 -65

426 802 -530 348 -76

642 870 -462 416 -8

624 865 -467 411 -13

246 744 -588 290 -134

264 750 -582 296 -128

As I have stated, these numbers are strange. I believe that we may have a direct number from the initial session. This is why I love to experiment with the formula. There is so much to learn!

-Aaron C. Donahue

Drawing Results Mon. May 26, 2003: 813

Whoa! The numbers are in. This EMD3-H cueing experiment produced some strange numbers worth a second look. I will try cueing this blind with another viewer to further understand what is going on here...

The winning Michigan Daily 3 numbers for Monday, May 26, 2003 are 8,1, and 3 in this order.

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

954 970 -362 516 92

945 967 -365 513 89

594 855 -477 401 -23

549 841 -491 387 -37

495 824 -508 370 -54

459 812 -520 358 -66

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

951 969 -363 515 91

915 957 -375 503 79

591 854 -478 400 -24

519 831 -501 377 -47

195 728 -604 274 -150

159 717 -615 263 -161

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

851 937 -395 483 59

815 925 -407 471 47

581 851 -481 397 -27

518 831 -501 377 -47

185 725 -607 271 -153

158 716 -616 262 -162

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

462 813 -519 359 -65

426 802 -530 348 -76

642 870 -462 416 -8

624 865 -467 411 -13

246 744 -588 290 -134

264 750 -582 296 -128

x x/p+c x/p-c (x+c)/p (x-c)/p

513 829 -503 375 -49

531 835 -497 381 -43

153 715 -617 261 -163

135 709 -623 255 -169

351 778 -554 324 -100

315 766 -566 312 -112

The numbers 462 and 513 are the result of the identical EMD3-H cueing as before. These numbers are used to isolate the correct numbers 813 and 831. Determining a correct pattern of sequence is possible with specialized cueing and a technique that I will share with you not now.

I am pleased with the result of today's experiment.

-Aaron C. Donahue