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Following are responses for the envelope test for February 1 - 15, 1999. This was an odd one. The image was a scan from an old newspaper article I had hanging out in my files. I'm guessing it was from about 1994. It's for the World School of Massage in San Francisco. It may be that it's too late at night, but I'm having a hard time making any correlations between the responses and the image. Interestingly, this is the first time I've forgotten to look at the image as I've posted it (I scanned all these images months ago so I wouldn't be influence by the kinds of responses people were giving, but I usually spend some time concentrating on the new image whenever I post a new test.) Does anyone else see anything going on here?


World School of Massage article
Impressions: a picture/drawing of first image. second feeling/image is of an iron (clothes iron)
From: A A Gundry,
Denton, Texas
Monday, February 15, 1999 7:59 PM

Impressions: a picture/drawing of first image. second feeling/image is of an iron (clothes iron)
From: A A ,

Monday, February 15, 1999 7:58 PM

Impressions: a picture of a house set amongst hills and trees
From: geoff,
Saturday, February 6, 1999 10:22 PM

Impressions: Hmmmmm, I think it's . . .some sort of semi circular or curved shape,sort of like a concrete or stone bench.I also got the impression of a bird on the wing,and columns,or like a city skyline or even trees.Also an oviod or egg shape.
From: MapKilCoed,
new jersey
Friday, February 5, 1999 2:11 PM

Impressions: Someone working with machinery or high tech. A computer or some other piece of electronics.
From: dave,

Friday, February 5, 1999 6:17 AM

Impressions: A mechanical contrapton of some kind... like an old fashioned clothes press.
From: Ian,
Friday, February 5, 1999 5:02 AM

Impressions: an elephant
From: Maeve,
Monday, February 1, 1999 8:10 AM

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