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Post RV With Daz:Phobos II satellite loss
RV With Daz:

Today I want to Introduce you to a remote viewng project which was run by a team of remote viewers: Jemma warner, John adams, John Dixon, and patric - the project manager for this project was Henni Hajdu.

I had a great zoom interview with this fantastic group of remote viewers and wanted to highlight the work. Its great to see another group of mixed RV method (CRV/TDS/TRV/ERV) remote viewers working together, and publishing full projects showing their Rv data.

The BLIND Target - from my online (Target monkey) pool was:
Phobos II satellite loss, March 27 1989'

Cue: Move to the optimum position/location and describe the event as it unfolds. Describe the event that led to the loss of the satellite.


Phobos ll arrived in January 1989 and entered an orbit around Mars as the first phase towards its real destination, a small Martian moon called Phobos.

The mission was flawless until the craft aligned itself with the moon.

On March 28, 1989 an elliptical object was detected moving towards the satellite seconds before it failed.

On March 31, 1989, headlines dispatched by the Moscow correspondents of the European News Agency (EFE) stated:

"Phobos 2 Captured Strange Photos of Mars Before Losing Contact With Its Base."

Soviet News magazine Vremya revealed yesterday that the space probe Phobos II, which was orbiting above Mars when Soviet scientists lost contact with it on Monday, had photographed an UNIDENTIFIED OBJECT on the Martian surface seconds before losing contact."

Scientists described the UNIDENTIFIED OBJECT as a thin ellipse 20 KILOMETERS LONG!

It was further stated that the photos could not be an illusion because it was captured by 2 different color cameras as well as cameras taking infrared shots.

One controller at the Kaliningrad control center concluded that the probe was now spinning out of control. It would seem that something struck or shot the Phobos II Probe.

The full project details with ALL the remote viewing session data and the contact details for the remote viewers involved




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