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A video response to the question Do we dream the Future? Includes research, evidence and the CIA.

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posted on Jan, 12 2020 @ 11:41 AM
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If you have ever had deja vu, and then linked the memory and familiarity to something you dreamed of days, weeks, months even years in the past. You might want to jump on this video. Having studied this phenomenon for over 32 years, I respond to a skeptic who simply presents arguments and doesn't establish any credible content other than the opinion that this doesn't happen. In my reply, I present scientific studies that prove positive, examples, evidence that I have been in contact with several members of Project Stargate over the years and share some insight into the US Military involvement and cover-up of this part of the human experience due to NDA and National Security interests. Hence the conspiracy tin-foil hat friendly angle.

If you've had this experience and know by the nature that it can be like deja vu where your waking life becomes a literal replay of your dream life then you'll catch on quickly to what I am saying. Someone is lying about it where others are telling the truth. You decide.





posted on Jan, 12 2020 @ 11:59 AM
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a reply to: YouAreDreaming

I tried watching but the commentator kept interrupting and I got annoyed and stopped watching.

I was interested too...



posted on Jan, 12 2020 @ 12:09 PM
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This happens to me all the time. I’ll be in a situation then realize I’ve dreamed the exact same situation a month ago. Down to every detail. The problem is that you never realize you’ve dreamed it until you’re already in the situation.

If you could figure out some way to know which dreams are precognitions and which are just regular dreams, you’d probably be able to see the future. Though in my case it wouldn’t be anything important.

I’d know ahead of time something stupid I said in a restaurant somewhere, but that would be about it.



posted on Jan, 12 2020 @ 12:15 PM
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a reply to: YouAreDreaming

A user on ATS years ago dreamed in advance of the Fukushima EQ at 8.9 magnitude which is how it was first announced, then later downgraded to 8.7. He even saw the date it would happen and got that right as well. The below linked prediction is not the first one a user posted about a year before it happened.
I would link that original thread if I could find it. (prediction
Even after seeing this happen it amazed me that there would be people denying it all.
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posted on Jan, 12 2020 @ 12:19 PM
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originally posted by: watchandwait410
a reply to: YouAreDreaming

I tried watching but the commentator kept interrupting and I got annoyed and stopped watching.

I was interested too...



Well, you are your own. A video like this doesn't come around so opportunity gained or missed, you'll never know due to your judgment and attitude towards it rather than setting that aside and letting it get in the way of information.



posted on Jan, 12 2020 @ 12:35 PM
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originally posted by: underwerks
This happens to me all the time. I’ll be in a situation then realize I’ve dreamed the exact same situation a month ago. Down to every detail. The problem is that you never realize you’ve dreamed it until you’re already in the situation.

If you could figure out some way to know which dreams are precognitions and which are just regular dreams, you’d probably be able to see the future. Though in my case it wouldn’t be anything important.

I’d know ahead of time something stupid I said in a restaurant somewhere, but that would be about it.


That is very common in how it works, obviously not everything people dream will have context to future events. This is largely due to the fact dreams are a spectrum and some dreams deal with memory consolidation. Why we may have this experience could be linked to quantum entanglement with our past/present/future self and episodic memory in the hippocampus.

A study on Rats show that place-cells in the hippocampus light up when in a familiar setting letting the Rat know that it is in a familiar place. During sleep, our hippocampus sends out episodic memory to the neocortex which then activates several memory centers in the brain where the replay of experience in the form of our dreams take place.

Our brain is very much like a computer, and each synapse starts information processing at the quantum level using Alpha/Beta tubulin, or carbon atom pairs where bio-evanescent photons turn active/inactive these binary switches. The information processing scales up to the synapse and the electrical discharge then takes place. In studying the Prefrontal Cortex, even entire cells become active/inactive like a binary computer where the Basal Ganglia acts as the switch.

With breaking discoveries into retrocausality and photons we know the arrow of time flows backwards at the quantum state. A possible theory is that we are entangled in time, so past/present/future as information already exist and in the future this quantum feild of information used by the brain can be non-local/non-linear. The hippocampus "place-cells" might activate during a dream in this entangled state sending that information out as a non-linear episodic memory then causing the mind to process this future information in the past. The link to retrocausality, entanglement and how photons are used as part of the information processing package could provide some scientific explination as to why this takes place.

Lot's of research needed but sadly stifled due to our current biased accidemic notion that this is impossible despite evidence emerging that information doesn't flow forward as per retrocausality experiments.



posted on Jan, 12 2020 @ 12:42 PM
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originally posted by: NoCorruptionAllowed
a reply to: YouAreDreaming

A user on ATS years ago dreamed in advance of the Fukushima EQ at 8.9 magnitude which is how it was first announced, then later downgraded to 8.7. He even saw the date it would happen and got that right as well. The below linked prediction is not the first one a user posted about a year before it happened.
I would link that original thread if I could find it. (prediction
Even after seeing this happen it amazed me that there would be people denying it all.


Unless people have this experience first-hand they will likely never accept it due to social constructs that many who like to control information use as a means to shape public opinion planting the seed of this never happens, it's impossible, people are liars etc despite research that proves positive and is ignored spanning over a 100 years of dream studies.

Even in a more recent one, they started having results that showed again in favor that this is occurring. What I've noted in my observation of these studies is once it reaches the "skeptic" group of researchers every test suddenly fails where real scientists who just gather data and analyze it let the data speak for itself. Again this is the tin-foil hat part of that video where this is a long-standing disinformation campaign because all things Government who never lie to us, or try to shape/mold public opinion they have the answers they don't want us to have.

A good case is Rupert Sheldrake and his study on animals responding to events before they happen. He exposed James Randi's lack of research methods and treatment of the protocols exposing that a Magician is not a scientist rather one who deploys the art of deception. Dr. Daryl Bem's research has been again hard for skeptics to debunk so they just due the usual tactic of screaming lier/fraud using ad hominem attacks, the general way in which logical fallacy arguments are used to sway opinion.



posted on Jan, 12 2020 @ 12:52 PM
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originally posted by: underwerks
This happens to me all the time. I’ll be in a situation then realize I’ve dreamed the exact same situation a month ago. Down to every detail. The problem is that you never realize you’ve dreamed it until you’re already in the situation.

If you could figure out some way to know which dreams are precognitions and which are just regular dreams, you’d probably be able to see the future. Though in my case it wouldn’t be anything important.

I’d know ahead of time something stupid I said in a restaurant somewhere, but that would be about it.



On numerous occasions I have had dreams, which I have come to recognize by a particular “feel” imparted during the dream itself, that later materialize as actual events in my waking life; “Deja Vu’s” as you would call them.

The particular “feel”, as I described it, is difficult to characterize; not experienced “within the moment” as with a typical dream, nor self-directed as with a lucid dream, but more as though I was being instructed in some sort of “role-playing” scenario.

At any rate, during the dream itself, and immediately upon waking from the dream, I am able to recognize the dream, and the “lesson” imparted by the dream experience. Somehow, I know that the events related in the dream will be experienced later in my waking life.

I have not yet been able to establish a precise “window” existing between the occurrence of one of these dreams and it’s realization in my waking life; although I do get the vaguest sense that the period between dream and event seems to be narrowing; what once was years may now be only months.

Suffice to say that the period has, and remains, long enough that the memory of the dream is always sufficiently removed from the immediate present as to be no longer part of my currently active memory.

That is until my immediate “present” begins to align with the events in my dream that, in the dream, lead up to the crux, or “lesson” imparted by the dream.

IRL, I am then presented with some sort of “choice” to make (words to speak, or not to speak, or an action to take or refrain from taking) which will have an important impact on my future in some way.

I have come to regard this type of dream as nexus points; “mile-markers” on the “map” of my life.

Which, somewhat disturbingly, would imply that the course of my life is somehow, at least to some extent, Pre-ordained.

And that leaves me to wonder;

If not by me, then by who? And for what purpose?



posted on Jan, 12 2020 @ 01:28 PM
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a reply to: NoCorruptionAllowed

I remember that.



posted on Jan, 12 2020 @ 01:33 PM
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originally posted by: underwerks
This happens to me all the time. I’ll be in a situation then realize I’ve dreamed the exact same situation a month ago. Down to every detail. The problem is that you never realize you’ve dreamed it until you’re already in the situation.

If you could figure out some way to know which dreams are precognitions and which are just regular dreams, you’d probably be able to see the future. Though in my case it wouldn’t be anything important.

I’d know ahead of time something stupid I said in a restaurant somewhere, but that would be about it.


I've had the same experience. I've found that when you realise you dreamt it, eventually it will prove to be a big factor in your life story.



posted on Jan, 12 2020 @ 01:35 PM
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Whenever I get deja vu, I try and change something from what I remembered I did. Is that bad practice?



posted on Jan, 12 2020 @ 02:04 PM
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Sometimes before I wake up in the morning, my mind starts a whizzing and I work out a lot of what I studied the day before, incorporating it into my mind properly. I wake up those days completely understanding things. Also, some times dreams we have are either us figuring out consequences of what we have seen or heard and running scenareos of what will happen. So prediction becomes better and we can see into the future and when you get good, the predictions become better.

Also, I am sure that we are somehow linked to each other, especially to friends and relatives and people of our kind. Like science people are linked to others sharing their beliefs about science. So, say you tap into someone's thoughts that knows something is going to happen, they are actually working in the field of what is going to change our reality. You could have a gut feeling, you could have a dream. You might just happen to do something that helps you to survive or thrive, never even knowing that this link is helping you to get ahead and be safe.

Your dreams could be another person's thoughts who is working on something. The dreams could also be coming from someone who is crazy, I would hate to be linked to a crazy killer. It is not always beneficial.



posted on Jan, 12 2020 @ 02:26 PM
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I have the same dreams from time to time. As others have said, it's completely useless though, as you don't realize you're in the situation you dreamt until after it's happened. The amount of detail can be crazy sometimes though.

When it happens to me, it's usually 3-6 months later that the situation I dreamt occurs.



posted on Jan, 12 2020 @ 03:06 PM
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a reply to: YouAreDreaming


This is largely due to the fact dreams are a spectrum and some dreams deal with memory consolidation. Why we may have this experience could be linked to quantum entanglement with our past/present/future self and episodic memory in the hippocampus.


It's really a link to the spiritual world where information is being fed to us from other entities before it happens.



posted on Jan, 12 2020 @ 03:21 PM
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A possible theory is that we are entangled in time, so past/present/future as information already exist a
a reply to: YouAreDreaming

My theory is that with our double helix dna,
humans are analogous to a spring reverb unit
for audio. Yeah we are all just biological
versions of "spring reverb for reality"

I mean , we don't experience events synchronously,
100% the time normally anyway.
For example , if you see a bad storm miles away,
you see the flash of lighting seconds before
you hear the crash of thunder.

A bullet travelling , faster than sound, hits the target
before sound of gunfire is heard on the receiving end.

A forest fire can be seen miles away ,long before
the smoke is smelled, but if you were at the hot
spot , smoke smell and fire would be experienced
simultaneously.

So with "precognitve" dreams , how do you know,
how can you be sure, that it's not the dream that
was real, and your later duplicate experince of it
is just an "echo /reverb" of the original event .
(A.K.A. : Precognitive Dream)?

It's all probably just a result of experincing an
overlap of temporality and ever-presence on
the part of the entity.








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edit on 12-1-2020 by RavenSpeaks because: spelling



posted on Jan, 12 2020 @ 03:42 PM
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Let me see if I get this.....

So in simple terms whilst we are in a dream-state, time does not exist, so information is time independent (not bound to a time) and the information being relayed can be from a past, present or future event. The implications of such if true are both mind boggling and staggering!

Does this then suggest that if we can actually in someway tap into and direct a dream and record what is happening in that dream and the information being relayed then we could possibly see the information relating to our future. But would we be able to alter the future by changing what we do in the present.

Fascinating.



posted on Jan, 12 2020 @ 10:48 PM
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*Time exists, just not in the dream

If going from location to location in your dream, the length of the trip is not present. You go from one to the other in seconds. However, real time is still in effect. I wake from sleeping for an hour after having a vivid dream during that time. The entire dream played out but it would've taken a real life chunk of a day to actually do it.

As for dreaming the future, dreams are a product of what you were thinking about and experiencing that day before you went to sleep. More importantly, what you were thinking about the last few hours before sleeping. My dreams lately tend to be anxious and bad things happening. They're usually work related, how I'm going to be late and the craziness that ensues causing that to happen, because I think about work too much and I'm trying not to after experiencing too many of these. It's evidence of toxic thinking and I don't like it. I want pleasent dreams about the future, experiences I might have.

If I dwell on and read too much material on doom porn, I'd have dreams that disasters are immenent. If I read about the stock market crashing in 2020 and I'm invested with money at stake, I'd dream about the events that will cause it to happen. Thankfully (or regrettably) I'm not currently, so I don't dream about President Donald Trump and Ayatollah Khomeini going to war in Iraq, or Russia/China and WWIII.

I don't read about cosmic changes lately because I don't have the time to fit it into my schedule, so I don't dream about dinosaur era level asteroid impacts killing millions or billions of people.

I don't read about or meditate on the Book of Revelation and I'm not emotionally invested in Jesus these days, not watching videos on Armageddon or the Gog Magog war, bible prophecy, so I don't dream about impending doom and imminent rapture saving me and my loved ones for eternity.

Dreams are a product of your mind and created by your mind, for better or worse. If you're depressed they'll usually be bad, and if your life has been fulfilling and positive as of late, they'll be good. If you think too much about sex, you'll have those dreams too. The CIA isn't using top secret technology that cost billions of dollars to research and implement to make you think about anything. If you think about that too much, you'll have dreams about the CIA influencing you too.




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