2455-2327

2455-2327

MeerKat. Not the cute little furries, but the telescopes. I love telescopes. Apparently I see them as Honeywell cooling fans though. This session was done as a resilience training, I was watching a movie while doing the session. As a consequence I could only pull 3 pages, but it is a start.

383639

383639

Whilst I did not get a single beep about how high alkaline materials can be broken down via extremophile microbes, I did get the target site and the toxic goo pretty well. Gestalts are natural, liquid, biological, land. Yehaa, yes. For some reason my sub exagerated a bit the depth of those puddles, but I…

141446

141446

Rocks. I love those. Pyramids…only when tasked properly. This seems to have been built by brute force, joint community effort, and without any foundation, which makes it unstable. I kept getting suprised how the structure is still standing, because the descriptor “unstable” and “tumbling” appeared several times. Also worth noting, I am usually good with…

81612812 IDC

81612812 IDC

I don’t think tired, impatient and IDC is the particular state one should start a session with, but sometimes one has little choice. So I did a session feeling tired, impatient and IDC. The good thing is for some reason I ended up going back to the basics and probed the ideogram and sketched as…

151218

151218

This is one of those targets. When you see the feedback and you go: what have I viewed, because certainly not that. The target was the James Webb telescope launch by ESA. Safe a tubular form I AOLd a rocket, not much really reminded me on this photo on anything I had in my session….

364852

364852

The target was the process ESA (the European Space Agency) developed to make oxygen out of moonrocka. According to CNN: My first visual impression was a sandy, wavy, porouse, bumpy, dunes-like land behind and very dark, almost black crackly, edgy, grooved, natural rocky formations which I called black rocks and weird cracky lava rocks. The…

122052

122052

Okay, I figured I was getting extremely bored with the fully verifiable targets, to the point the resistance to do them has become a miss-sequence. So, I will switch up my practice from fully verifiable to newspieces that have some questions open. Today I picked from my target envelope pile the following target: The first…

551029

551029

The target was a biological. The verifiable aspects of the data are correct, the rest of the data (showing what looks like meztic people in a remote smaller settlement in a hilly area, engaged in simply mundane tasks as cammunal trade, labour and living) is ruled as highly PC based on the biological’s own public…

774436

774436

The target was the last Merry Christmas (1860) of Queen Victoria. I am not sure what they were drinking back in the Victorian era for Christmas parties, but it sure would knock anyone out today. As soon as I started the session with the coordinates, I got extremely dizzy. Like freefalling style dizzy. Then laid…