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cool, ive came close on three out of five so far. with shapes, colors etc.. will try the next five when i can actually get in the zone a little better with no distractions and time constraints
That is cool! I can only see outlines of things, but I do pick some of them up. I have heard of people who can see an actual, full color image but that is definitely not me!
 

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That's not a test of remote viewing. It's just photos of places showing objects that aren't even there anymore so what are you viewing?

It might be a test of something but not remote viewing.

Pick a place at random on a map and describe what you see there NOW. That would be remote viewing.
 

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That's not a test of remote viewing. It's just photos of places showing objects that aren't even there anymore so what are you viewing?

It might be a test of something but not remote viewing.

Pick a place at random on a map and describe what you see there NOW. That would be remote viewing.
Per the article : You will be presented the target identifiers one at a time. Each is associated with a photograph that is very distinctive.

You are remote viewing photographs in this test.
 

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You are remote viewing photographs in this test.

But, they're digital photos. They're just binary files on someone's computer hard drive. They're not even visible until rendered on a monitor.

Remote viewing is perceiving an actual physical location remotely.

As I said, it may be a test of something but not remote viewing.