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Glenn B. Wheaton
2007-Jan-24 Wed, 00:28
Aloha All,

Monday night's lecture was on the subject of Ideograms. The class was not really intended to review what you know about Ideograms but to show you what you did not know or had not concluded about the nature of Ideograms.

Ideograms are an enigma in a way and understanding Ideograms is not really an easy task. While it only requires a base understanding of what exactly the viewer must do to become functional in producing valid ideographic data it requires much more to understand how they function and how to decode the data imbedded within them. It can be said that the simple production and decoding of ideograms is the root skill involved in Remote Viewing and the simplest demonstration of the movement of information non-locally.

Ideograms are the first handshakes along the non-local pathway. We premise that Remote Viewing is an advanced communication skill in the human and can only be accomplished by the cohort effort of the primary awareness and the subconscious.

In the alert Beta/Alpha state of the viewer access windows to the subconscious are very small and Ideograms provide the best early stage method to move small bursts of compressed data into the here and now from a remote target. The initial need is to lay a solid foundation of target contact using Ideograms so that a library of associations can begin to build. These small sensory data bits will actually assist in increasing the possible dwell time of the subconscious at target and it's ability to allow higher-level data to populate the pathway back to the primary awareness.

Associations are more like time-extenders for cognition to culminate. The more of your primary awareness that can be enticed into the data flow the better. Focus begins to shift from intent based actions to experiential interplay with the subconscious, as the remote target becomes the playground used to facilitate the dialog.

It is very important to understand and remember that Ideograms are the foundation of the pathway. To think that the pathway to target is always an open channel is wrong. It is only a pathway when it is being observed by the viewer and then only as long as the viewer can observe with enough coherence for cognition. To maintain coherence data must move. The challenge to the viewer is to create the pathway to the target and then employ a methodology to collect data in a sequence most suitable to maintaining that pathway.

Visual Ideograms are the prime ideograms. While we use NLP to engage these Ideograms it is really an effort to engage the cognition strengths of the mind, that being the decoding of visual pattern information. There is no real reason to believe that the subconscious sees in the same sense that the primary awareness understands sight. NLP allows us to negotiate where the subconscious will place visual data and when. So after some training Visual Ideograms become the muscle as we model key gestalts in S-4. During the learning phase on Visual Ideograms we in-fact teach our subconscious to give us data that we can recognize as visual representations of the target itself.

Keep in mind that early stage Ideograms are the foundation upon which all subsequent data rests. In the quest for clarity Ideograms are a key factor.

Glenn

Dick Allgire
2007-Jan-24 Wed, 20:15
It was an interesting lecture because for many months we have been delving into extremely advanced and complicated applications at the far edges of remote viewing theory; tagging, entrainment, and other conceptual RV skills that involve the past, present, and future.

Spending 90 minutes talking about ideograms (Visual Ideograms, Spontaneous Ideograms, Directional Ideograms, Seasonal and Temporal Ideograms, etc.) was a reminder of the basics, and how fundamental RV theory is key to all work, and that we need to ground ourselves in the structure of the simple yet elegant method to produce seemingly amazing data.

Ideograms are the spark that ignites the entire session.

Glenn B. Wheaton
2007-Jan-25 Thu, 02:09
Aloha Dick,

One of the things you and I discussed in class were those instances in which in your work you had produced superior Visual Ideograms. In a mere 1.5 seconds of capture and another 4 seconds or so to close out that session page you had enough data to merit a fairly accurate S-3 site sketch. Now you are not the only one able to accomplish this but you were sitting next to me and easy to pick on, plus I do know all of your past work over these last 10 years (except for that pile of work you horde back at your bat cave).

I am quite sure that in your mind you have a solid demarcation between the different ideographic applications. It is also highly likely that you pre-shape your thoughts prior to expression of the ideograms and I don't think this is a conscious move but one that nevertheless is a result of the process itself and how your mind has wired itself to constantly perform in this application. It would be natural at this stage for you to be "Working Behind" your own mind hammering away at the target. We also discussed "Working Behind" a bit but what is interesting about "Working Behind" is that it requires an additional state of consciousness. It is just as likely that the developed viewer's mind in session is much like a chameleon being constantly placed in different landscapes.

In regards to the last few years dealing with some of the concepts we have been exploring, it has been a blast. I have been working on Entrainment for a very long time and when the Guild reached a level where they could become functional I was very pleased. To add Entrainment to the toolbox changes everything. Suddenly we find that being the observer is really a position of power. It changes how we Remote View as much as learning to Remote View changed our concepts about the real boundaries of what can be known.

Glenn