For the last 6 years I have been remote viewing in a professional capacity. My contract work has included a range of targets. In this short series, I focus on a popular and fun remote viewing target. The whereabouts of Forrest Fenn's treasure chest with millions of dollars' worth of gold and jewelry inside. All the footwork is going to have to be done by you, and you will draw conclusions of you own. I invite you to test them against mine from the remote viewing. Perhaps in these books you have the final pieces of the puzzle.
The information is in the form of drawings and text. If you are familiar with some of the trails in the Rockies, or even if you are familiar with one of the regions and one of the four States the mountains run through, you stand a good chance of recognizing what I can show you.
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.
My contact details are included in the back of the book if you have a question or suggestion for me.