I am a remote viewer tasked to help a client find Forrest Fenn's treasure chest. I have for some time been looking for a popular mystery to demonstrate the power of remote viewing. Forrest Fenn's treasure hunt is perfect for the project, and with the agreement of my client, I have released a two-book series using the session work I completed for myself. The detailed remote viewing maps and accompanying data I share are significant.
This first book alone might be enough to provide you with the last piece of the puzzle you need to crack Forrest Fenn's cryptic clues. It will certainly help you to verify your solutions and strategies, and should also help you to rethink them. Inside, you will find answers to critical questions you might not have thought to ask yourself. You learn how Mr. Fenn hid the chest at the site and how to find the hiding place once you are close enough to throw a rock at it. I include a bird's eye view of the immediate area to help those of you thinking of using a drone. As a bonus, I give you a peek inside the chest.
The book includes 16 full-page illustrations from five remote view sessions, together with my analysis of the data and conclusions. Additionally, there's a resource list that includes literature as well as online sources for both treasure hunters and remote viewers. The book is divided into two parts with all illustrations included in the second part.
NB: Remote Viewing uses an ESP ability found in all of us to view a distant or unseen object by means of a disciplined approach originally developed under the auspices of the Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) and the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) in the 1970s.
You can find my email address in the back of the book if you have a question or suggestion for me.
90 pages in length.