- John Adams
St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican
Target: St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican
Taskers: Pam Coronado and Bill Ray
Remote Viewer: John Adams, blind solo ERV
Some of my descriptors included:
"Old building, multi-storied building. Reminiscent of an old building – at least 100 years - downtown with arches or windows, red orange brick and white. A structure or building with a concrete or stone base with vegetation going up its base. It seems stately or government-related somehow. Historical building, maintained grounds perhaps. Provincial. Multi-level structure.
...A dark abstract painting with smeared colors. Mostly black with yellow greens, blues, turquoise. Smudged, pushed out or stretched out paint on a canvas. AOL art museum. Provincial, reminiscent of Paris. A rounded, old style of building.
...Something organically descending like fluid paint stretched across and then going down. Like a light vivid blue, like a painting. Spilled paint. Like paint spilling on a canvas but darker and artistic. Ornate glass windows. AOL stained glass.
...Lots of intricate framing that is ornate, black, thin, flourished, tall, almost Parisian. Scents are aromatic, flowery, spice, scratch and sniff type scents. It reminds of a flower shop.
...Breezy, nocturnal. AOL a clock and building type scene (upper left of building), which is very much like Notre Dame with open window design with intricate glass all over. Open, expansive. AOL Notre Dame A ribbon or bow. Panes. AOL Catholic.
...Rows of bushes along a sidewalk. Short, round bushes along a long walkway. Aromatic scents of nature. Lush. I see old, large doors. They remind me of big, old ,wooden double church doors that arch.
...There may be a parking sign or barricade, yellow on black with arrows pointing. Night-time. Center or centered. AOL the Louvre. "
And finally I have an abstract painting inspired by and reflecting the dark paintings and colors in the church.
"The interior of St. Peter’s is filled with many masterpieces of Renaissance and Baroque art, among the most famous of which are Michelangelo’s Pietà, the baldachin by Bernini over the main altar, the statue of St. Longinus in the crossing, the tomb of Urban VIII, and the bronzecathedra of St. Peter in the apse." -Britannica.com
After the session and drawings I continued to see lots of stained glass imagery. Thanks to Pam and Bill for the target and mentorship and training.