posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 07:47 PM
The question centers around military psi-tech.
There is a correlation between undergoing treatment for certain illnesses by military doctors and the subsequent experiencing of dreams which have to
do with political matters or matters under investigation by one or more of the various intelligence agencies.
The origins of the project - we might as well call it that, so far as I have found - were in the response to a particularly 1950's, 60's and 70's
military problem: scientists in the then Soviet Union were competing with each other to come up with the grossest, most harmful biological weapons.
The West needed an effective response, and they needed it urgently.
In parallel development with this tactical problem were two ongoing projects.
The first - the one about which there is the least information - is a project to harness the power of the human mind in exactly the same way as you
would a computer. In objective terms, the human mind is the most complex entity known. However, I don't mean harnessing in the sense of gaining
information or calculating something in terms of speech or writing or numbers. I mean a computer that inputs and outputs the symbolic language of the
What if you could film your dreams?
How would such a film be recorded, how rendered viewable as on a tv screen?
If you could film a dream, it's possible also to reverse the process and introduce dreams to the subconscious. Although it's by far the most
powerful compared with the conscious doorkeeper, unlike the conscious the subconscious doesn't argue or refuse to process, it simply takes what the
conscious mind tells it to be true and comes up with an answer. You've heard of asking the subconscious to solve a problem before you go to sleep,
then dreaming the answer or having it suddenly arrive apparently out of nowhere?
The other project related to this is to find out how the human genome works.