Forrest Fenn's Treasure Remote Viewed: The Location (Paperback)
Important update: Forrest Fenn has confirmed to the Santa Fe New Mexican the treasure chest has been found (reported June 07, 2020. Well done, 'Back East' Kiwi Joe.
This is the second book in the Remote Viewed series. It covers many remote viewing sessions that targeted the location of Forrest Fenn's treasure chest. The book aimed to help readers verify solutions and strategies, to rethink them where necessary, and to pose critical questions they may not otherwise have considered.
I show the meaning of two of the most important clues in Forrest Fenn's poem, and location within a one-and-a-half-mile radius. I also include a bird's-eye view and views from much higher. Finally, I show how the data points to the specific region in the Rock Mountains.
There are 21 illustrations in total taken from six extended remote view sessions. Additionally, there's a resource list including literature and online sources. There is something for both treasure hunters and remote viewers alike.
Remote Viewing uses an ESP ability found in all of us to view a distant or unseen object utilizing a disciplined approach originally developed under the auspices of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) in the 1970s.
You can find my contact details in the back of the books if you have any questions or suggestions.