A few months ago, I received a request, from a young man, who met a young lady at a sand sculpture festival in the Netherlands. They briefly spoke but were both with their own families at the time. The situation didn’t allow them to speak longer or get contact details and they lost sight of each other.
The young man would like to come into contact with this young lady and contacted me for assistance. This is obviously not a police case and I initially refused to take the assignment. However, without a photograph or even her name, how would he ever find her? How would he know if she is perhaps also looking for him?
But there are some serious things to consider in this case! What if, the person has bad intentions and is using a pretext to find this girl for some other reason? Even the nicest person could be holding a dark secret! I have had first-hand experience with this and it is something potentially life-threatening.
Ultimately, she should have a choice! Perhaps she is indeed also looking for him. So, how do we ensure she gets the option to say either Yes or No without disclosing possible private information?
- I have to know, who is asking the question! What is the personality type of the person asking? Facebook pages, blogs and other publicly available information can indicate if a person could be trouble. In this case, there was nothing to suggest this person would be causing any trouble. Although this is still not conclusive the person will not cause a problem in the future, it can demonstrate part of the person’s character. It appears this young man is of good character.
- The person would have to agree to hire a professional, officially registered private investigator and provide evidence of this by providing their contact details, licence details and registration.
- The personal information obtained about the young lady via Remote Viewing would only be passed on to the private investigator of the person’s choice and the investigator would need to agree to follow up on the information provided to them, to locate her.
- Licenced Private investigators have to abide by the National Privacy Laws in their state or country of operation. In this case, it means that they cannot disclose the private information of the young lady to the young man unless they have her written consent to do so. Licenced Private Investigators have to abide by strict rules! If they violate those rules they will lose their licence! Only providing detailed information to the Private Investigator will guarantee her privacy and, will leave the choice with her if she wants contact with the young man or not.
Another problem is that, with no name, and no face it would be near impossible to find the person. Even the experienced Private Investigator would need something more to start the investigation. I created an identikit sketch based on my impressions of the young lady. I asked the young man to create an identikit sketch himself since he was the only witness. He created one using the same program but noted that the ‘example ID-sketch’ I sent him looked more like her. (Please note that this sketch was purely my ESP impressions of who I believe he has seen that day and who was on his mind! He had not told me what she looked like!)
I made a manual colour composite sketch of the image I perceived and the image he had made of her. He now added some more descriptions, such as eye colour, hair colour, skin tone, etc. With his help, I came to the final image of what she looked like at the time of their meeting. It is not easy being a forensic-sketch artist 14.000 Kilometers away from the witness. But I did it! This sketch in combination with the few known details of their meeting could assist in finding this 1 person in 16 million people.
The Remote Viewers who were tasked double-blind were obviously not made aware of the nature of the case until after the session. They were given the option to withdraw their Remote Viewing information from the report if they had any objections to working on a case like this.
The information has been investigated and the investigators have found a probable match with the circumstances of meeting and the sketch of the young-lady. Although details cannot be revealed for privacy reasons, it is great feedback! It is unknown if this young lady decided to contact the young man.
The lesson in this is: It is important to consider the consequences of providing information to clients. A safety net needs to be in place for the individual, who may or may not wish to keep in contact for a number of reasons. We all have a right to privacy and it is important to put processes in place so that the privacy of the individual is not violated and their safety and security are not compromised. As a tasker or project manager, you will have to research the law of the country you are Remote Viewing in, to ensure the correct and lawful process is followed. Also, those who are tasked blindly need to be able to decide if their information can be used, so that all involved can rest assured they have not contributed to something they would not normally have accepted as a case. Your team needs to trust you will not task them with anything they would morally object to.