The coordinates are randomly chosen combinations of numbers that represent the task (target area) in remote viewing. In the early days of remote viewing, the remote viewer was given the longitude and latitude (geographical coordinates) of the earth in order to make the research results verifiable.

It was later discovered that the remote viewer did not need any coordinates or numbers to describe the target. The remote viewer only had to be given the instruction to “view” the corresponding target – and that still works today. In order to be able to archive the countless searches, the coordinates are only used today as task numbers (file numbers) for archiving remote viewing projects.