I have watched and searched many remote viewers, but absolutely the best one is a man called Edward Riordan. Here he’s viewing the comet ISON.
Target cue: Describe the most important aspects of the target.
Target coordinates: 3062 9557
Remote viewer: Edward Riordan
Monitor: Jerry Harthcock
This target was selected for several reasons. First, not much is known about the object(s) commonly referred to in astronomical circles as ISON (C/2012 S1), which might be improperly designated a “comet”. Second, there is much controversy circulated on the Internet not only from “official” sources such as NASA, etc, but also in the form of YouTube videos and articles written about it by various “authorities”. Third, due to the foregoing reasons, the target seemed to be an excellent candidate for an “operational” session, wherein the ultimate objective is to obtain information/data in the form of descriptions when no other source of obtaining such information is available, which is what operational remote viewing (as opposed to mere scientific experiments, demos, or practice sessions) is all about and why CRV was developed in the first place.
This is an approx. 5.5 hrs-long session, comprising 4 videos. In this session, Edward actually names the target–twice! The first time he named it, monitor Jerry Harthcock prompts him to Stage-5 the AOL/S “comet ISON”. The main reason for this is to try and understand the data behind the AOL/S. In other words, it is not enough for the viewer to articulate the target name. What is more important is to articulate “why” Edward AOL’d it. We want to know what are the descriptors behind that noun. In other words, what data was stored in those cognitrons at the time of the AOL.
Here are the links to the sites from where the video clips, simulations, and images used in the leader to Part 1 of the session:
(Hubble image used in the tasking and session feedback photo)
(Track simulation clip)
(Alleged “Chinese Space Radar” clip 1)
(Alleged “Chinese Space Radar” clip 2)
Here is an interesting article posted at the Exopolitics website:
Here you can find more info about Edward and his viewings:
Here’s some info about remote viewing: