For this target I have a harsh natural environment – very, very, dry - seems its irregular topography, so some gently sloping hills here and there
There's also a cluster of structures and they look quite primitive…
And they look quite different too - it's like they were all erected with what there was in the area here.
There are subjects inside and outside.
There's also something a car – (drawing) yeah something like this
There are some foliage here and there so some trees, but you can tell its harsh environment trees…
Trees that you find in harsh type environments.
So, I'm also sensing some water although it's so little in terms of the water.
I'm seeing I'm seeing a riverbed - a little bit of water right underneath, and then this whole area is just cracked - it's this riverbed is drying up.
I think that's what the theme of this event is - has something to do with the harshness of this environment.
So, this is the source of water that I'm getting here, barely any.
So somewhere around here I'm also getting some subjects.
Subjects - a lot of them - are kind of just sitting down, they don't have a lot of energy.
So over here it's kind of a group of subjects that are sitting down, and these subjects have dark skin tones - their clothing is quite light.
Subjects here and there –
So, when I probe for energetics it kind of like… it's hot - it's really, really, hot energetics around here.
So, but in terms of the heat it feels it's mostly emanating just from around - there's no particular source, like external - what I’m sensing here is that it is really, really, hot - this is sun heat that's baking this area.
So as deducting things heat wave.
It's you know when you open the oven that's how what it feels being here. A of heat
I'm also deducting things - sun flare - those solar flares, and radiation.
It's hot - it is deathly hot here –
So yeah - foliage here and there.
This urban… it's not even I don't even know if I can call it an urban area as much as it's a settlement. Because they're very, very, few and yeah primitive type.
All right, so when I extend my consciousness off to the side somewhere over here, I'm sensing there are plants - very unhealthy they're dying - they're wilting.
Also, they're all just fried, and I don't know if this area is supposed to be this hot and this this harsh in terms of the environment…
Because there are bits of foliage, they're just crispy foliage right now at this point…
And I'm sensing this is part of a bigger issue, so these are all realty wilty just twigs now.
They're all crisped up because of how hot it is here.
And then this energetic is just rising from this whole area - all of it just (I should have used a different colour) seriously intense.
I'm just going to add this here - I really do feel this energetics is coming from the sun.
It feels just severe, severe, sun heat - this is just yeah baking this whole area.
So, some deductions I had for this was Yemen because it oh god it's already really hot there right, and then in terms of what the subjects that have a darker skin tone.
But also, I feel this could be something African related because of what the subjects look like –
So, in terms of one of the subjects - let's see…
(drawing) I'm getting just a little bit of hair, and the subjects also look quite malnourished.
I think this is a lady - it's a female subject.
Then what they have on is a sarong type thing - yeah, the subjects all look kind of bony and the reason I think this is Africa was because I'm familiar with the print, but it's kind of like we call it a Lesso - that's the same word for Sarong, but in Kenya. And I know a lot of African tribes and stuff that have their own versions - so it's very printed.
All right so moving to the target activity for this session…
Honestly, there isn't a lot of activity.
These subjects are obviously they're not in good health - they're malnourished - there seems to be some kind of health issue within the subject, because in general these subjects are really, really, weak.
A lot of the movement that's coming from this are from subjects who are standing by here - so deduct(ion) reporter, because they seem they're this different from these particular subjects…
So, all in all - not a lot of physical activity, and I can see why - subjects are beaten down.
Probing for target event it has to be it has something to do with this environment - with this climate and the effect that the climate has on these subjects that they're suffering - their plants are suffering - so they're not able to get the nourishments they need.
My next movement exercise is to climb up 500 feet and look down.
(drawing) - so to give you just a bird's eye view –
So, when I do that, I am perceiving this irregular topography.
Rolling hills - the settlement, and somewhere over here.
And then you have the foliage - just some foliage here and there.
Over to this side - it's something that used to have a lot more water now it's just a trickle - just barely a trickle, and then these you know cracked surface right by the water…
Looks its cracked earth.
Then there's something over here that looks I don't know some sort of simple and structure.
So, this is my view from 5000 feet up in the air.
End of session.