|Posted: October 4, 2004, 4:34 pm - IP Logged|
It's interesting that none of the really talented remote viewers have been able to predict lottery numbers with any consistency. If you read thru the literature on the subject, numbers and letters are extremely difficult to "see."
One branch of RV is Assoicative Remote Viewing: you associate an image with an outcome. For instance, you want to predict whether the Dow Jones will be up, down or unchanged at the end of the week. You assign a photo to the first condition, say a panda bear for an "up" signal, a photo for the second (lighthouse for a "down" signal) and a photo of an apple for the "unchanged" condition.
So you try to RV (and the protocol is very structured) what the future photo is, and at the end of the week you make a point of "transmitting" the result back to yourself. Or anyone can do the transmitting. It just has to be sent.
I think there was some course for ARV in regards to stock predicting and you actually have to put up a thousand bucks to invest. They advertised that their students averaged a success rate of 67% or so, which is a little bit above average or chance.
Hope this helps.
Jelly Bean Sage