ARV - Associative Remote Viewing - Ask anything (Online Tool)
I suppose you already know what remote viewing is.
Otherwise these are good sources:
- FACEBOOK GROUP - Associative Remote Viewing
- Technical Intuition - Brett Stuart - Remote Viewing consultations
- Gerald O'Donell (Probable Future, ARVARI)
- Ed Dames
- PDF - Documents CIA - Remote Viewing Procedures
- PDF - CRV manual - Coordinated Remote Viewing
- Lyn Buchanan's page - I recommend this page for training, good RV targets
This online tool contains over 10 thousand random photos.
Every step counts! Keep your expectations high and success will follow! 🙏 🙂
Your RV target is tvc_6329
When you're done remote viewing, click "show the target" and compare it with your RV photo.
For advanced training try frontloaded targets by entering keywords like water, construction, house, music, snow, metal, stones, car, animal, animals, nature, ocean etc. Photo matching at least one keyword will be displayed.
Training II. - Famous People
Contains names of 100 famous people/celebrities
Training III. - Cartoons
Over 1500 simple drawings/cartoons to get different kind of Remote Viewings
Training IV. - Places
Random places, locations and cities
Training V. - Random Numbers Generator with hidden result
For training RV and intuition.
Associative Remote Viewing Generator
No sessions history.
Placeholders for Known Targets
When you're remote viewing known target you can get lots of AOLs.
Write at least 2 targets above and click button to generate random placeholders for each target.
If you like this tool feel free to donate to support this project.
2020-12-30 - After 3 years of training ARV it seems my skills only got worse and I don't know why... I thought it's ego processes or new subconscious layers that are being created with regular practice, but I got little lost in all of it...
My initial presumption of the need to have many ARV photos seems to be false! You can be succesful having photo pool of just 20 photos. And I'm hoping to share new version of this website with all of you in future, but the real question still remains on how to be consistent with ARV and I believe doing regular RV sessions is also important in order NOT to make your subconscious mixed up with multiple photos.
2020-05-26 - Added several thousands of 3D VIEW PHOTOS (see them fullscreen in 360° view)!
2020-04-25 - Added system analysis using your viewing notes
2020-01-30 - Small change in photo selection (still needs better gestalts comparator). And IMMAGA v2 fixed!
2019-06-13 - Fixed random shuffling of assigned answers!
2019-06-09 - Added sessions history
2019-04-28 - Photos in same category will not be used in your next session.
2019-04-27 - Redone, multiple people can judge/analyze
2019-04-23 - Sessions are stored and open in new window, so you can bookmark them and see them later. Added possibility for external judging! Added +4000 more photos!!! Total of 10 354 photos!
2018-12-16 - Google Vision fixed
2018-11-24 - Added "hit percentage" based on selected tags. Thus there's no need to see each photo during analysis if you select the tags, you can just see feedback.
2018-11-13 - Custom ARV photo list for 2 choices; Update: removed, had no effect on RV sessions, the automatic tagging is very good
2018-11-12 - Tag list for improved session analysis
2018-11-11 - Displacement issues... photos changed to previews, added feedback, added more trials
2018-08-25 - Added more accurate photo tagging using Google Vision API
2018-07-29 - Added custom photo sorting and added 1000 photos
2018-06-01 - Improved photo randomization
2018-05-20 - Training for "frontloaded targets"
2018-05-02 - Tags are shown prior to the photo to avoid remote viewing displacement when getting feedback, works very well!
2018-04-22 - Added places
2018-04-05 - Added famous people, cartoons and placeholders, total of 4800 photos
2018-03-14 - Added numbers generator for training intuition and another 1000 photos
2018-02-15 - Photos tagged using Imagga for selecting as different photos as possible
2018-02-14 - Added many more photos and protection for repeated use of photos
2018-01-21 - Published
Does it work?!
After 1 year of practice:
It's been 2 years!