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Analyst/Judge. Person who evaluates an ARV session using the SRI scale, Dung Beetle or some other scoring system

AOL

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Ajer          Analyst/Judge. Person who evaluates an ARV session using the SRI scale, Dung Beetle or some other scoring system

AOL         Anaytic Overlay. CRV Term originated by Ingo Swann. Generally taken as referring to "high level" data such as nouns as opposed to 

                 data coming from the source of the psi information.

ARV         Associative Remote Viewing. Form of RV in which one outcome of an event is associated with one target (photo) and the other       outcome associated with a different photo. 

Beacon    An object which the viewer uses when doing a session and/or feedback as an anchor or additional focus for the ARV process

Bleedthrough    Words or drawings which appear to apply to both targets (photos) in an ARV event

blindNot knowing anything about the target. Applies to the viewer and may apply to the tasker, Ajer, and/or Project Manager

brain wavesTheta brain waves are most commonly associated with better psi performance.

CASComputer Assisted Scoring, A set of programs designed by the Cognitive Sciences Lab which produces very accurate results in binary ARV predictions

Common Definitions

Conscious

cool downPeriod before doing a remote viewing session. May involve meditation, relaxing, listening to hemisynch or music

CRVControlled Remote Viewing. Complex method involving stages developed at Stanford Research Institute and used in the US military's Stargate program

cueProvides a tasking focus. May or may not be given to the viewer. E.g. Cue: the target is a location.  Cue: Viewer will focus on the most dynamic feature of the target.

displacement link to deb articleWords and/or drawings in a session which correspond with features in the photo which did not actualize - that is, correspond with the "losing" photo. Can also correspond to a future event instead of the intended event.

Dung BeetleAlexis Poquiz's scripted Excel file for evaluating remote viewing sessions. Also known as ACEM - ?

entanglement

feedbackInformation given to the viewer conveying what the target was. In ARV, it's usually a photo; the photo that corresponds with the winning outcome.

feedback sessionA specific usually brief session in which the viewer compares the winning photo with his/her session(s)

frontloadTo provide information to the viewer about the target, other than providing the TRN or a generalized cue. Usage differs on just what constitutes frontloading and what does not.

Fireflyhas to be decided if this is to be included here

group effectEnhanced results observed to occur when a group of people does RV in a face-to-face setting such as an RV course or conference.

ForExForeign Exchange. The world's largest trading vehicle, in which currencies are traded in pairs. Dwarfs the stock market.

Group ManagerPerson who manages all aspects of an APP group. E.g. tasking, receiving and evaluating sessions, providing feedback to the viewers.

intentConscious and/or subconscious aims of anyone involved in the ARV process. Considered one of the central aspects of remote viewing.

money lineThe sporting odds about which team will win. E.g. Giants -110 means the Giants are favored to win the game. The higher the negative number, the more highly favored that team is.

Project ManagerPerson who manages all aspects of a remote viewing effort.  <see group pg for more details>

photo site/ photoThe target(s) used in an ARV event such as a ForEx trade or a sports event.

Local Sidereal Time LST.  Briefly, sidereal time is a "time scale that is based on the Earth's rate of rotation measured relative to the fixed stars." At one time LST 13:30 was thought to correspond with highest psi results. However, James Spottiswoode, who discovered the correlation, says that recent data does not support that conclusion.

SoloPerson who submits predictions based solely on their own viewing. May self-judge or another person may do the judging

Sports wagerIn APP, a sports bet is based on the prediction of an APP group or solo

SRI rating scaleStanford Research Institute scale from 0 to 7 based on how closely the session transcript corresponds with a photo. Also known as the Targ scale

Subconscious

time loop

TRN/Tasking Reference Number. An alphanumeric given to the viewer. Often an 8 digit number.

ViewerPerson who receives the tasking and does a remote viewing session. 

WEWinning Entangements. An ARV method involving two sessions and two targets devised by Marty Rosenblatt

Remote ViewingInformally: process of obtaining information about something which is beyond the reach of the ordinary everyday senses. Method may be unstructured or highly structured (CRV).

TaskingThe target intended by the tasker along with how the viewer is cued. May involve a TRN (tasking reference number) and/or a specific cue.

Over/UnderA sports bet in which you predict whether the total points of the two teams will be over or under the amount listed in the sportsbook or casino

Point Spread

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