FOR MISSING ANIMALS
For an additional fee I will do a Remote Viewing for your missing companion. I also View for missing people. I work with two gifted Viewers. Having a team of viewers is highly recommended as each contribute in their specialized way. By combining all of the viewers' summaries, more detailed information is offered to assist in the successful location of the person or pet. We have all been trained and certified by David Morehouse, former psychic spy and top Remote Viewer for the US Army’s Intelligence Security Command and the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Science and Technology.
HOW DOES REMOTE VIEWING DIFFER FROM A COMMUNICATION SESSION?
The process of Remote Viewing is entirely different. With a communication session, I may work from a photo of your animal, and ask the animal's age, species and gender, and also your address for dowsing. With Remote Viewing, the viewers know nothing about the animal. They go in "blind." They are only given the nature of the problem or situation (lost animal for example, or missing person). They may or may not look at the animal's photograph. As Viewers, we then go into an altered state, a Theta brain-wave, and "mind travel" to the target-site to look around and gather as much information as possible.
THE TWO TYPES OF REMOTE VIEWING
There are two kinds of Remote Viewing:
CRV, Coordinate Remote Viewing, and ERV or Extended Remote Viewing.
Depending on the viewer's style or preferred method of Viewing, the protocol will vary accordingly.
With CRV, I may ask you to supply a set of coordinates, or signifigant numbers.The coordinates connect the Viewer to the target-site. The Viewers may write descriptive words, such as sounds, textures, dimensions, colors, feelings and emotions. They may draw pictures that surface during the Viewing, and end with a summary of their findings. With CRV, the Viewer follows a structured process.
With ERV, no coordinates are used. The Viewer lays down and enters a meditative, relaxation, similar to the state between waking and sleeping.The process is free-form, ending with descriptive information of the target-site.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT FROM A REMOTE VIEWING SESSION?
A Remote Viewing can enhance your communication session. Here is an example of a Remote Viewing session with a happy ending:
Lila, an indoor cat, was missing and terrified. During the telepathic communication session, Lila said she could hear her person calling her. She told me she jumped a wall, was near home but was very scared. I couldn’t get much of a description from her. She showed me darkness. I got a glimpse of what looked like steel or rusted metal. I concluded that Lila was hiding-perhaps in an metal shed of some sort. I dowsed, and got less than 5 minutes away Southeast of the the person’s home. I told Lila to answer next time she heard her name called. Lila’s person had looked in this direction near the wall and had called and called numerous times. No cat. No sheds.
A Corordinate Remote Viewing, CRV, provided descriptve words that resonated with the person: steel, rusted, long, rectangle, wood slats, wall, deep, falling. The person went toward the wall again and noticed a long, rectangular, rusted, steel, train cab sitting in the field that she had overlooked. She called her cat. Lila popped her head out from the ground next to the cab.The ‘wood slats’ turned out to be a wooden palette by the train cab. Below the palette was a "deep, dark, falling" hole in the ground where Lila had been hiding (and the reason I had only seen darkness.)
As you see from this example, the Remote Viewing did not pin point Lila’s location. It provided words and clues that resonated with Lila’s person. Some Viewers can provide detailed descriptions, such as the description of the person who may have taken an animal, or tell us how an animal may have died. Every viewing is different, and there are many factors that determine how accurate a Viewing may or may not be. The reasons are similar to the reasons why locating lost animals through telepathic communication can be challenging. Please read the FAQ on the Lost Animal page. The same information applies to Remote Viewing.