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March 30, 1982
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Approved For Release 2003/09/11 %,Z R 6'00788 R001400280001-7 INSCOM GRILL FLAME PROGRAM CLASSIFIED BY: MSG, DAMI-ISH 0516302 JUL78 REVIEW ON: GRILL FLAME,_ Approved For Release 2003/O9/`'gf MA X96-007888001400280001-7 Approved For Release 2003/09/11 SfC1ZT0788R0014002800017 SUMMARY ANALYSIS REMOTE VIEWING SESSION 881 1. (S/NOFORN) This report provides documentation of a remote viewing session conducted for training purposes only. 2. (S/NOFORN) The protocol used for this session is detailed in document GRILL FLAME Protocol, AMSAA Applied Remote Viewing Protocol (S), undated. 3. (S/NOFORN)_ Post session analysis on target viewing indicates the viewer had a considerable amount of correlation. The viewer's attitude was positive. 4. (S/NOFORN) Following is a. transcript of the viewer's impressions during the remote viewing session. At TAB A are drawings and narrative by the remote viewer. At TAB B is target cuing information. Also included is available target data. NOT RELEASABLE TO FOREIGN NATIONALS Approved For Release 2003/09/1iw#+ 6-00788R001400280001-7 ~s t ~.e Approved For Release 2003/09/11 : C* 8R001400280001-7 TRANSCRIPT REMOTE VIEWING SESSION 881 #66: This will be a remote viewing session for 1400 hours, 30 March 1982. It is now time for the session. Take a minute now just to relax. Think about the importance of what we are about to do. Your task is only to describe the target. Verbalize and describe the target. The target is designated to your (mumble) 38 degrees, 29 minutes, 15 seconds North 113 degrees, 2.3 minutes, 00 seconds West Think only of the designated target. Focus, turn inward, inward to the internal imagery of the target. Focus now, examine the target and describe it to me. PAUSE #63: Getting lines... converging... (mumble) trunk (phonetic #66: Focusing clearly describe what is your position of observation. #63: I'm overhead... black (phonetic) #66: Describe the area surrounding your target. #66: #63: #66: #63: #66: Describe the terrain at the target. ...... gently sloping on one side....convex .concave the other side...... Describe the foliage to me. In your perspective.....describe this foliage to me. Approved For Release 2003/09/11 : CIA-RDP96-00788 R001400280001-7 Approved For Release 2003/09/11 : CIA-RDP96-00788 R001400280001-7 SE #63: Near the ground. #66: Look (not audible) and your-target focus on the coordinate...describe it to me. #63: Cross pattern, cross road.... nothing much there...... path or roadway... either crosses or bends ...close quarters..... #66: #63: The activity at the target...... #66: Standing on the ground (mumble) the target...... (not able to hear) Describe the terrain feature to me. #63: To the north...not too high... going on top...gray stone...on the side of the ridge. #66: Move now to this point. Turn and face the target. Holding your position at this feature, describe..... the target to me. #63: #66: #63: #66: #63: #66: #63: #66: #63: Describe the cross. Describe the lines. Wider than they are deep. Resolve (mumble) focus and resolve. (Not audible) road ... white. Describe the (not audible) Desolate... rectangular box...two times as high as it is wide. #66: Composition. Approved For Release 2003/09/11 : CIA-RDP96-00788 R001400280001-7 Approved For Release 2003/09/11 : C#QP96-00788 R001400280001-7 #63: Overlay. #66: Focus on the coordinate. Focus on the coordinates and describe the temperature of the target to me. #63: #66: Smell, smell and describe. #63: Ott #66: (Not audible) I would like to allow you the time now to explore and tell me (not audible) target as you see fit. Do this now. PAUSE #63: Whitish, gray, greenie.......(not audible)..... low..(not audible) ...sunny y hot..... that's al ...... #66: Remember now all the perceptions that you've had and prepare to draw now. (SEE TAB A FOR DRAWING NARRATIVE) Approved For Release 2003/09/11 : CIA-RDP96-00788 R001400280001-7 Approved For Release 2003/09/11 : CIA-RDP96-00788 R001400280001-7 Approved For Release 2003/09/11 : CIA-RDP96-00788 R001400280001-7 Approved For Release 2003/09/11 : CIA-RDP96-00788 R001400280001-7 SEET CR, FT ii4ja Okay. This is a description of my drawings. (DRAWING NARRATIVE) #63: #66: #63: distinct view of a pattern several times, but I don't if that was the ridge line and the road or not. I did get a Drawing number 1 is an overhead view ... I have my cross pattern which is formed by ridge line running sideways on the page, and my road running from top to bottom on the page. It's got a.bend in it of some kind as I've depicted on the drawing. Okay. These are the intersecting line which I kept asking more and more about and eventually you. said it's deeper than it is wide or something. It'.s wider than it was though it were a road that has width ...... but it also has a little bit of depth to it. Now, there may have been a road running from left to right on the page crossing ......bu.t,_I don't know. But, I did get.a crossing that ridge. Drawing number 2 U LL _ e, an REMOTE VIEWING SESSION 881 vegetatio y area. I #66: that it was 68 I guess. it. Pleasantly coo up e. You r sometning The area 1-1 - I t rees. ad e feeling That's why I picked _- any means, but not hot. guess is the best way of saying And, drawing number 3, page number 3 is that gray rocky-knoll that I said is kind of sitting on the concave side of the hill, or the ridge line I have drawn that in here, and it seems to......... Yes. What I wanted to do is find a reference to kind of look back at the target from, and that's the one you chose to go to that point and look back at the target. Approved For Release 2003/09/11 : SE..88ROOl4OO28OOOl-7 jioT RL,LE.J ,DI, ~ G FOREIGN NATIOTN.ALIa Approved For Release 2003/09/11 : CIA-RDP, 988R001400280001-7 #63: Yes. I was back down here at X somewhere. Because you said look around as though I were a soldier and find something that I could shoot an azmuth to, and that was that gray rocky knoll. Which on the map might be large enough to be depicted by a series of concentric circles which I have also depicted on the map. didn't have too much clutter today, zd get a little bit trom the light b--Tng on. You know, I was kind of looking right at it. If my back were to the light or something it might not have been quite so bad. #66: Okay. Can you tell me in some big descriptive terms, generally then, in giant terms looking at your drawings, what kind of an area do you have. I would say you have an outside target. You didn't draw me insides of anything. #63: No. It's an It's a large, flat area. #66: Are there .man-made --sttcres around? #63: I d- dn't get the feeling of f hat. #66: Okay. You didn't perceive any man-made structures. #63: 005psomethinq I got the fee ling that this is like. -ke this ina es at I had were on This road on drawing number 1, I'm drawing an arrow now, this road kind of slopes down that hill and just goes off flat for a very long distance... very straight. #66: Okay. Does the line then that you're calling a road go really looks funny to me...... theway you did there, but you're saying it's slopes up..... this line....this l.ine.....these things that intersect slopes up and goes off for some distance. Now do you use the term Nevada generically as depicting a terrain style. #63: Yes...right, it's ith the that you find there the hill generally here and there... #66: As-opposed to your labeling the target as being Nevada, using Nevada as a generic term describing terrain. Approved For Release 2003/09/11: C. Approved For Release 2003/09/11 7888001400280001-7 #63: Right. #66: Let me see if I understand your big descriptives. You have a Nevada like or desert like motif type thing. Sparcely vegetated area. You have few or none man-made structures in the area. You have desolation, no activity in the area. Is there anything that I've missed that you've described as the target area? #63: No. #66: Okay. Is there anything that you'd like to add then? #63: No. #66: #63: course, I may not have much correlation from it either...and I guess I'm just anxious to find out what the target was so I can see whether this might have worked or not. #66: You're communicating to me your puzzled and you have no idea whatsoever. #63: Right. #66: #63: Okay. Now did this imagery feel today as opposed to..... This is a little different session. You didn't have any cool down. You were pretty much wide awake, crisp and ready to we did... You have a feeling about it? And, so I'm an ou w a =-was can have a general idea of how this new way worked. because there was so 9=03 17M -_ w o st=art It's either.....the fact that I had little overlay to me it either indicates I'm doing well because I don't have much overlay or I'm doin very poorly #66: Okay. Let's do that. Let's find out. 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