Here is are the instructions given to the many who participated
in our 1999-2000 demonstration of remote viewing.
Go to our Resource
Center and then to the most recent experiment, and download
the remote-viewing session transcripts that are encrypted for
that week's experiment. The encryption guarantees the validity
of the experiment by ensuring that the remote-viewing sessions
are true and unaltered throughout the entire experiment. Just
click on the transcripts and your web browser will automatically
download them (ftp) onto your computer's hard drive. When the
target specific is ready, we will post it, plus scans of the
original remote-viewing sessions and the passwords that will
de-encrypt the transcripts that you downloaded earlier from our
web site. We are now supporting both Windows- and Mac-base de-encryption,
but Mac users must have PGP
installed in their computers. To de-encrypt the session transcripts,
simply go to Windows Explorer and double-click the encrypted
files (remember, they are on your hard drive, not our web site
at this point), and a window will open that will ask you for
the respective password. Type this password in and the file will
de-encrypt itself and save a copy on your hard drive. You can
then read it using Notepad or any word processing program, and
you can compare the posted scans of the sessions with the transcripts
to ensure that the session scans are true and unaltered.
Once you have both the target specific and
the scans of the remote-viewing sessions, compare the data for
the posted sessions with the description of the target. Be sure
to read our posted discussion of the structure of these target
specifics that use three numbered aspects.
Click Here to go back to the main demonstration page.