Archived from the former firedocs blog. 03 May 2006
To some degree, excepting a few prolific extroverts like me, most viewers on the internet could almost be said to be "in the closet."
They read. They have an opinion. They view. (We assume.) But they have no desire to ever break out in song about it.
I've noticed that in other internet areas that are NOT Remote Viewing, people break out in song about every damn thing you can imagine. From doing laundry to evening traffic, from rock and roll to potato salad recipes, the one unavoidable thing about the internet is that there are millions of people who can talk about more subjects, at more length, than you have any interest in hearing about.
Except Remote Viewing.
Now, the viewing process is pretty interesting. Exasperating. From nebulous to stark clarity, from totally groovy to boring, sessions span the range of experience. You would think, in a niche-net of RV stuff on the www, that people would have some desire to spend a great deal talking about their actual viewing experience.
Why the heck not?
Why aren't there scores of viewers with blogs talking daily about their experience in session, and how it seemed like this but really was that, how it came through as this which was really neat and now you see meant that, and etc.?
On an internet filled with an astounding number of people who have actual interest in exploring the details of naval lint, it is just astonishing to me that more people don't talk about their actual experience with Remote Viewing.
I don't mean their opinions or theories, I mean session experience.
OK, maybe it's just me, but I find this really weird.