29 August 2008, 6pm – 8pm
BIAD, Margaret Street, Birmingham B3 3BX
NPC CorporationTM are looking for two new remote senders to join The Team and invite you to test your own remote sendingTM abilities on the occasion of the MA Fine Art show, 2008 at BIAD in Birmingham.
Remote viewing is simple. Not easy, simple. Learning remote viewing is like training in a martial art – it takes time and dedication, and then when you think you are there, there is always more to learn.
Every physical manifestation in the world gives off a distinct vibration, like a kind of energetic ‘smell’. Remote viewers are practiced at entering very receptive states of mind where they can tune into and navigate these vibrations at increasingly subtle levels, like building up a picture in layers. It is sometimes, however, difficult to get reliable, real-time information from on the ground without resorting to telecommunications systems. NPCTM have been conducting experiments in remote sendingTM where agents on the ground send psychic images to a “viewer” to reinforce their own remote viewing of a target.
Two of the most promising remote senders NPCTM ever saw were Agents Angleton and Pasteur, but they sacrificed themselves for the team in order to seal the rift caused by the 2007 – 2009 Closed, Time-like Curve between Hoxton Square and the Iron Man in Birmingham during mission DY-66. They are sadly missed.
Simply follow the instructions below if you are interested in being considered for The Team during mission Xe54.
Select a “target location” at the MA show opening.
Attempt to psychically send an image of the target to The Mule. He will be in the building somewhere remote viewing the show.
Take a photo of the target.
Either send the photo to email@example.com, or find The Sleeper’s signal in the building and BluetoothTM the image to her.
After the show, compare your target with The Mule’s remote viewing by returning to this page.
Ana Benlloch, Alex Marzeta, David Miller, Vanessa Page, Nikki Pugh, and Stuart Tait
More Information on The NPC Operatives website