The theme of this year’s challenge is CONSIDERED TRUTHS.
The invented character/author of the journal participated in the STARGATE PROJECT for the government as a remote viewer in the early 1990’s. In the late 60’s, the character may also have served as a casual source for remote viewing references in the novel GRAVITY’S RAINBOW.
The character’s skill in rendering was seen as an asset to the program. She could easily prepare convincing schematics and maps. It is supposed that the character generated evidence to document that remote viewing was indeed possible in the late 60’s, spurring or supporting funding for the STARGATE PROJECT. The STARGATE PROJECT was disbanded in the mid-1990’s supposedly due to a lack of actual or reliable data. Bone up your X-files to follow this train of thought!
At this time the character lives off the grid for security purposes. Travel to major museums is not possible, so she is trying to use images on the INTERNET to travel without luggage as a remote viewer.
The painting HUNTERS IN THE SNOW by BREUGHEL displays a completely invented landscape. This place never existed, and at no time could a person have stood in position to view this scene in a literal sense.
The author manages to insert herself into this space and begins to join in the activities of the town.
Sometimes the clothing is a little big.