By Debra Lynne Katz (www.debrakatz.com)
This Peer Reviewed Paper was accepted as a full Paper into the International Parapsychology Association 56th Annual Conference in Viterbo, Italy, where Debra presented it.
It was published in the Spring/Summer 2013 issue of Aperture Magazine, published by the International Remote Viewing Association. Click here to get the link from my website to get the article as it appeared in Aperture.
(Full Citation: Katz, Debra & Bulgatz, Michelle. Aperture Magazine, Spring/Summer 2013 Issue. Page 46 to 56).
Remote Viewers Correctly Predict the Outcome of the 2012 Presidential Election
“An expedition into the unexplored territory of remote viewing & rating human subjects as targets, within a binary protocol” by Debra Lynne Katz
Lead Researchers/Project Managers: Debra Lynne Katz/Michelle Bulgatz
Analysts – Statistician – Analytic Tool Developer: Alexis Poquiz
Report Edited by: Jon Noble
Michelle Beltran, Jon Noble, Deborah Sherif, Laura Shelton, Paul Hennessy, Patsy Posey, Dolphin, David Beatty, Dan Hofficaker, Jason Brown, Russ Evans
Abstract – Researchers designed a project to determine whether 11 remote viewers, utilizing a double blind protocol, could describe a human subject in enough detail so raters could choose between 2 potential candidates in order to predict the outcome of the 2012 United States Presidential Election.
Remote viewers utilize intuitive yet structured protocols to obtain information that lies outside their analytic mind or current knowledge base.
Unlike other intuitive disciplines that focus on human subjects, these are the least utilized targets in remote viewing.
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