Based on the methodology elaborated by Harold E. Puthoff and Russel Targ and developed by Brenda J. Dunne and Robert G. Jahn (from Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research), we have conducted our own series of telepathic experiments. The telepathic transmission attempted to convey holistic perceptions of particular places, their landscape and architectonic characteristics, how they currently look, including small details. The distance between the senders and receivers differed in individual transmissions. All senders and receivers in our telepathic pairings knew each other and knew who they would establish a connection with. They were also informed at what time the experiment would start and end. The receivers were instructed to provide a description and a sketch of received perceptions during or immediately after the transmission. Some targets were mediated to senders as static or moving images. The experiments were evaluated by a group of independent evaluators who compared photographs of places of telepathic transmission with records and sketches produced by the receivers. In this case we decided for a short online quiz as the evaluation of the experiment. Readers of the Artalk Revue were thus put into the role of independent “judges” who evaluate the proximity of the places and records of their transmission.