I love browsing this forum -- specifically this thread -- from time to time. I don't remember how long it's been since I solved this puzzle... three years? Maybe four? But the memory of this experience is still pretty clear... mainly because I was doubtful before my genuine attempt. It seems there are newer people around, as the last post was just two days ago! I'd like to try and help via my opinion on the issue of methods.
There seems to be a little bit of discussion back and forth on whether or not you 'focus' on the number or not. I'd personally say yes and no. To me, the numbers act as a "seed". A lot of remote viewing, or at least... as I understand it from various sources, have a target in mind. So there is some kind of established link. This link could be a person that prepared the target before hand, a computer that generates a target, a place that is designated as a target, or a puzzle that hints at the existence of a target. In all cases there is a link.
However. As I said before, I treated the link as a 'seed'. I collected myself (a process that took about 5 minutes... I'm kinda scatterbrained), and thought of the numerical sequence exactly as it appeared. I thought of it in what I call a "flash" type sense. It was quickly thought of, and then subsequently all thoughts and images were erased from my mind. At that point, I observed without thinking. Which is the hardest part for a guy with a wandering mind. Anyways, various imagery developed and I had to suppress the urge to develop it on purpose.
The full image, the one I reported to David, took about 30 seconds to develop. I saw a brown shape, white streams coming from the back, and there seemed to be forward movement indicated. The brown shape was the boat (yep, I'm one of the ones that answered the first image) from a top-down view, the white streams was the wake behind the boat, and forward movement is implied by the object and wake mentioned before.
I should really find another fun puzzle to solve, yes? This little escapade has brought back some fond memories
. This was, after all, where I spend a pretty significant amount of time (2.5 years!).
Anyways, I'll check back again sometime and answer any questions. I obviously can't "get" an answer for anyone, but a personal account of the event is another source you guys can use to assist you.
Best of luck!