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Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00789R003700850007-2 N - HANDLE VIA SKEET CHANNELS ONLY PROJECT SUN STREAK (U) WARNING NOTICE: INTELLIGENCE SOURCES AND METHODS INVOLVED ------------------------------ PROJ ECT NTUMBER . 872 o ----- ------ SESSION NUMBER: 4 DATE OF SESSION: 19 JAN 88 DATE OF START: 1017 REPORT: 19 JAN 88 END: 1039 METHODOLOGY: CRV VIEWER IDENTIFIER: 018 --------------------------------------------- 1. (S/NF/SK) MISSION: 2. (S/NF/SK) VIEWER TASKING: 3. (S/NF/SK) COMMENTS: 018 too tired to work: session aborted. SG1J / c% d"y? SKEET CHANNELS ONLY Approved For Release 2000/08/10: CIA-RDP($4j$ R W37W1a50007-Z-DT DECLASSIFY OADR Approved For Release 2000/08/10 CIA-RDP96-00789R003700850007-2 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT DATE: 17 January, 1988 REPLY TO SUBJECT: SESSION SUMMARY (C /SS ) SG1J TO: DT-S (ATTN: um. 1. (S-SS) Statistics: Viewer: 018 Session date: 17 JAN 88 Mode of operation: CRV ES-fi b} Task g: - Describe the site at coordinates 174301/868883, 3. (S-SS) Results: a. The first impression was of an arched, pie-shaped object (NFI). (See sketch, page 1) -- ved to 1/2 mile above the tar t t h 6V ere was a erce n ge s f,; urge complex of bui 1d ? i g column) broke out to interest, curiosity, inquisitiveness, indecision, and a longing for swe!ts. e. Tasked with describing the outside surroundings of the person, I perceived-, istant _ with having the man poi out alandmmarrkk,the manupointedatoea set of ire buildings off in the distance, which were located separate from the city, proper (see drawing, bottoip of page 7)., f. With the next cue, some seemingly unrelated impressions were perceived,", .nitor called a break. Tke monitor then commented that my sleepy state seemed to be affecting the session, and changed the "break" to a "session end", both to allow a postponement until I could work under better conditions, and to allow him to catch up on some back paperwork, ngs, w~ th a semi-circular o~t area In front of it (see drawing, mile above the target, the same generralpiimpressionsvwereo a full r, received, with the one added impression of the land being uneven, as though it were rolling hills between two large hills. C. I was suddenly impressed with the vague visual of someone hiding behind a curtain, peeking through it. The prior emanations of this broke out to curiosity and fear for the person, and the colors orange and white for the curtain. f person The cue was given that I was to perceive a certain ( person (NFI). After a series of AOLs, I began to get impressions of being indoors in old-timey surroundings, and a person whose personal feelin s (EI Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00789R003700850007-2 memorana OPTIONAL FORM NO. 10 (REV. 1-80) GSA FPMR (41 CFR) 101-11.6 5010-114 Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00789R003700850007-2 4. (S/SS) Viewer's critique: sleepy condition. The monitor was as session was plagued by my ely l s for the session, and I made the mistake of msitting5andnwaitingte for him to arrive, rather than returning to the office and busying myself with other work. Historically, cool-down time" has proven to be a bad preparations technique a for me, usually resulting in a severely hard-to-control state of sleepiness. Records of past (training) sessions, have shown that taking the standard "cool-down period" usually ends in poor results from a session, and for that reason, I would have serious doubts about any of the material contained in this session's transcript. Approved For Release 2000/08/10 : CIA-RDP96-00789R003700850007-2