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Project Neptune

Neptune, the furthest and in many ways the most mysterious planet in our solar system (if we are not counting our forgotten child, Pluto). This topic first came to me as an Astrologically-related target. Namely, the original target sought to determine the celestial body most influencing upon Earth, psychically, and conceptually it was thought to be either the Sun, the Moon or Neptune. I am not an Astrology expert myself, but apparently Neptune is considered the most influencing in this category and it seems that is what I described, which may be of interest to Astrologers, however it is not something that is verifiable.


Planet Neptune
Planet Neptune

I wanted to see what physical details could be described about the planet and what new information we could learn from viewing it. In this project we will compare all the blind sessions, with a small asterisk next to mine (although logic and similarities would dictate it as Neptune).


NEPTUNE
  • What do we know?

  • What does our data show?

  • Were there any anomalous findings?

While much about the planet is still a mystery, we do know that it is windy, stormy, cloud-covered and has a rocky core. Water and ice have been detected on the planet, whereas

there are high pressures and cold temperatures, at -225 average degrees C. It's inner core is thought to be much hotter at 5,000 degrees C. Life is thought to be unlikely on the planet though not theoretically impossible, given the right kind of life, particular zone of habitation, and/or any structures involved. Neptune has five main rings and four prominent ring arcs that we know of so far.


What we see is actually the tops of some very deep gas clouds, which in turn give way to water and other melted ices that lie over an approximately Earth-size core made of silicate rock and a nickel-iron mix. If a person were to attempt to stand on Neptune, they would sink through the gaseous layers.
As they descended, they would experience increased temperatures and pressures until they finally touched down on the solid core itself. That being said, Neptune does have a surface of sorts, (as with the other gas and ice giants) which is defined by astronomers as being the point in the atmosphere where the pressure reaches one bar. Because of this, Neptune’s surface is one of the most active and dynamic places in entire the Solar System. —Universe Today

I believe we have picked up on these features and more in our data. And given enough time we may have verification. It brings us to the following question: how can RV benefit science, humanity, and, for instance, future missions in space?


First of all, with remote viewing we are benefited a distance-independent knowledge and information gathering tool in a field already limited by long distances. Further, as a tool t helps us look where we don't know we need to look in the first place. It can help us improve our technology and our processes, utilize resources better, and become more efficient in the already tremendously expensive and limiting industry of space exploration. Not only can it aid us in invention (across many sectors), but in planning and safety as well.


DATA

Our descriptive data indicates a cloud-covered planet with high winds, ice and regular land. There is high speed turbulence, cloud dynamics, water, droplets, precipitation/potential snowfall, moisture, bubbling, mud, hollowed areas, possible running water, hidden cragginess and crevices, gaseous glowing, ozone scents, swirling energetic fusion-type waves surrounded by a sphere of large empty space. Further, we describe it as dark, fractional, ambiguous and hidden. The colors blue (because of methane), green, and yellow often come up. There is a chalk and mineral aspect mentioned. An "Earth like planet" and "sunset views" are noted in one session as well. Woods and foliage is indicated. There is something hissing, cracking and nocturnal about the planet. It seems remote, natural, with entrances, overhangs, possible bodies of water, shoreline, rising and dropping land, deep valleys or drops and tall canyon walls. In my Astrology session I have the sensation of a central heartbeat and describe a place reminiscent of a strange Shamballa kingdom. I sensed ridges, twisting and turning, an important cave entrance (as did Becca), an emerald color, spiraling, emblazoned, frozen/fixed action, marble-ness, smoking or smoldering clouds, plants and geology.


OTHER FINDINGS

Now we come to the more anomalous data in our findings. If at all accurate, they point to advanced structures, mostly dome-like as well as technological in nature. Henrietta interestingly describes a dinosaur-type of organism, while Becca depicts a monkey or gorilla-type snout and the back of an animal with long ears. She describes a vast canopy, an observation deck, as well as a space station. Henrietta points to experimental, powerful technology, R&D and rocketry. It reminds Patrick of CERN. Others indicate brown-haired Caucasian beings that are caught by surprise. This would appear to be something unknown and hidden. John Dixon had the impression of not being told the entire truth, or not being educated enough. He expresses a knowledge of engineering and structures present. While I had the impression there could be manmade structures present I did not pick up on lifeforms in my single session. Certainly this area of the data could be off, but we do have to keep in mind that the information was unexpected, the sessions were blind, and the data points were frequently agreeing on key points.


HIGHLIGHTS

Here are some of the overall highlights of the sessions:


BECCA NIELSEN


Becca Nielsen's Drawings
Becca Nielsen's Drawings


JOHN DIXON


John Dixon's Drawings
John Dixon's Drawings


HENRIETTA HAJDU


Henrietta Hajdu's Drawings
Henrietta Hajdu's Drawings

More of Henrietta Hajdu's Drawings
More of Henrietta Hajdu's Drawings

PATRICK FLANAGAN

Patrick Flanagan's Drawings
Patrick Flanagan's Drawings


JOHN ADAMS


John Adams' Drawings
John Adams' Drawings

More of John Adams' Sketches
More of John Adams' Sketches
More of John Adams' Sketches
More of John Adams' Sketches
More of John Adams' Sketches
More of John Adams' Sketches
More of John Adams' Sketches
More of John Adams' Sketches

Sessions:


Neptune-All Sessions
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SOURCES:


https://kidadl.com/facts/what-color-is-neptune-find-out-the-true-color-of-this-planet

https://science.blurtit.com/270245/what-is-the-temperature-range-for-neptune

https://www.universetoday.com/22070/surface-of-neptune/



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