ciscop wrote:you are talking about the
MESSIAH show... when he went to pasadena and tested the "psychics"
im talking about DERREN BROWN, THE EVENTS, and the 3nd one is about remote viewing
is called how to be a psychic spy
he does a few tricks but then..
he tested a remote viewer and the remote viewer got pretty cool hits like the ones you are describing eteponge.... lets just said that the professional remote viewer... got "hits"
[/youtube] thats the first part of the videos
Okay I watched it. Then I googled this "Remote Viewer" Dr. Karr and didn't get jack shit except for Derren Brown's video segment with him. So much for a "Famous Remote Viewer". This "Dr. Karr" character took an hour and a half to make the drawings and notes, and most of them were indeed very general statements, and very ink blottish drawings.
As for Joe McMoneagle, he always took less than 30 minutes (that's the max time he'd limit himself), and he drew much more structured complex stuff and gave much more detailed notes than the guy in the video. Compare the vaguely drawn "fountain" and many super general notes given in the Derren Brown video with Joe McMoneagle's drawings and descriptions in comparison to the target area, especially his best hit at the top of this page. Combine it with the fact that the researcher in the National Geographic video segment with Joe McMoneagle was able to connect his drawings and clues to the correct target area (among many possible ones), before the target area was revealed to him.