Lory G. with the FirstGroove Group correctly predicted that the odds-favorite horse would not win Race 8 on Monday, Sept. 18, at Louisiana Downs racetrack. Lory’s husband judged her transcript and gave it a confidence ranking of CR6. Congrats also to FirstGroove member Donna for her correct prediction (she rated her transcript a CR4) .
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RVT had a personal hit as part of the Winning Entanglement Financial Group, predicting an “Up” movement in Thursday’s S&P 500 trading.
Last Sunday (April 2), the WWCdinner group made a prediction on the NBA basketball game, Memphis Grizzlies vs. Los Angeles Lakers. The group passed, but Snoopy’s transcript (above) helped us lean toward the winning side.
Snoopy turned in just one transcript, and I was the independent judge. I thought it was worth at least a 5 on the Targ/SRI scale from 0 to 7. I gave him credit for: people congregating, 20-40 people (statues) all in one spot, outdoors, structures, city, people are up high – elevated, rooftop people on top, grays, browns, city smells – not nature, flat surfaces, hard, smooth, concrete. The target image is titled “Man Selling Christian Icons Jerusalem”.
After the game, Snoopy followed the feedback link to do normal feedback through the website, where he viewed and commented on just the winning target. Snoopy views for multiple groups.
WWCdinner is still accepting new members. We have a Hit rate of about 70% over 138 trials. Our Pass rate is about 60%. If you want to join, write to me and copy Julie Beaman: email@example.com Between the two of us, you will be added soon.
Richard Harwood had a personal hit Monday, correctly predicting the odds-favorite horse, GEE FORCE, would finish in the money (it Placed) in Race 8 at Turf Paradise racetrack. Richard self-judged his transcript, giving it a confidence ranking of 5 for Side 1 (Yes), compared to 0 for the other target.
After receiving the feedback, he commented: “Had a good lock on that target… thought I was looking at gold jewellery on a black back ground.”
FirstGroove had a Group Miss, with three other viewers selecting Side 2 (No).
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Leslie R. had a personal hit predicting the odds-favorite horse would not finish in the money in Thursday’s Race 9 at Oaklawn Park. An independent judge gave her sessions a confidence ranking (CR) of 6 for Target 839475 (Side 2) and CR 5 for Target 246588 (Side 1), on the seven-point SRI/Targ scale. In the Winning Entanglement ARV protocol, the ideal is to have one coordinate with a strong match to each side. In this case, Leslie’s transcripts did just that, with one predicting Side 2 would actualize and the other predicting Side 1 would not actualize.
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Patsy P. also correctly predicted Side B (No) using one transcript and self-judging.
The FirstGroove Group had a Pass, with two predicting Side 1 (Yes), and one Pass in addition to the winning predictions.
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Joe McMoneagle – Wisdom about Money/Wealth from 40+ Years of Remote Viewing
Lyn Buchanan – A Remote Viewing Self-Healing Tool
Steve Braude – Taking Macro PK Seriously
John Herlosky – Analysis/Judging Using Independent or Self-Judging
Marty Rosenblatt – Personal Creativity for Health-Wealth-Wisdom
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HENRY GILROY (center) earned $1,000 and an offer to join APPI (the Applied Precognition Project Institute) as the first-place winner of the first PRECOG PRO CONTEST. Out of 8 predictions at APP Fest 2016, he had 6 hits (hits minus misses). CHRISTINE UMHOLTZ earned $500 for her second-place win with 3 (net) hits, and JOYCE WAHLBERG (pictured below) claimed $250 with 1 (net) hit. Marty Rosenblatt (right), APPI president, presented the awards.