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Rhine Exhibit Remote Viewing Survey
Correct answer to be unveiled May 10

1555 people participated in this experiment.

190 people chose the square: 12.22%
678 people chose the wavy lines: 43.6%
195 people chose the circle: 12.54%
325 people chose the star: 20.9%
167 people chose the cross: 10.74%

The correct card: THE STAR

More information about these results will be posted soon. If you chose the star, you will be contacted by L.E.M.U.R. at the appropriate time to continue testing.

Thanks to those of you who participated, especially the listeners of
Coast to Coast AM with George Noory!

The Rhine Research Center in Durham, NC, produces the famed ESP cards. They were invented by Dr. J.B. Rhine and his associates. For many decades, they have been used in official laboratory experiments to test subjects for possible ESP.

In this wartime climate, when so many terrorists and war criminals still roam free, the possibility of remote viewing is more important than ever. If there exists individuals who truly possess this ability, it could save millions of lives. L.E.M.U.R. is now searching for people who may have the genuine ability to help locate terrorists using ESP.

One of the ESP cards (printed with either a star, circle, square, wavy lines, or cross) has been placed in a sealed envelope and put in a hidden location. Only one person in the world, L.E.M.U.R.’s founder and president Joshua P. Warren, knows which card is in the envelope. At the Rhine Research exhibit on Saturday, May 10, Warren will open the envelope and make its contents public. Those who are correct will be contacted by L.E.M.U.R. to proceed with further testing.

The results will be posted as soon as possible after the envelope is opened. Considering our team will be out of town for the exhibit, we may not be able to update this site until the Sunday or Monday after the event.

This is an important experiment, and we sincerely hope qualified people will participate.

NOTE: After voting, you will receive an email to validate and confirm your vote. This is necessary to enhance scientific legitimacy and help prevent repeat voting.


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