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| Re: Complex/Vivid Dreams
09/29/2019 04:00 PM 09/29/2019 04:00 PM
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Posts: 2 Eek
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I suspect you may be more observant of these things than most people. Pardon the long reply here. Truly I know how hard this is to believe, but as the months pass, more and more credible news agencies are reporting on Neural linking (Elon Musk), wireless brain wave tracking (MIT), and much more.
I have spent nearly 5 years now, writing my experiences in a journal about what I call the Electronic Brain Link Network. At nearly 700 pages, I'm now considering publishing it. With every entry unedited, I would just release it all as I wrote it. Its complete with drawings, maps, names, corporations, and alot more. People can take it as they like...real, fake, or delusional. But I will say it's not fake.
In the US, I am to understand that as many as 90 million people are now being neurally-mapped to be compatible with this system, largely while they sleep. It is essentially an AI expert system database that initially measures what is different about each brain in comparison to the standard maps of others, then analyzes each persons biological tendencies, obsessions, fetishes, and triggers.
All I can add for now is that I have had dreams so completely real that they were nearly indistinguishable from reality. I even had a sense of touch there. Things were fixed in existence, for example I could pick up a magazine, and the text would be readable. The letters and words wouldn't shift around in blurry abstraction. I could look away from a billboard of instructions, and then look back, to find that every word was the same as the last time I looked. I could walk up the sign and feel the splinters in the wood at the edges.
For example, I would not dream of the place for weeks, and then one night return to it, to find it NOT ONLY exactly as I remembered it, but exactly as I had described it in my journal weeks before.
Then the first of several critical moments occurred that provided me with some confirmation. Someone, I knew from decades before spoke to me in real life, and told me something very personal about their family that had always been a secret. Now that their parents had passed away it was safer to relay the facts. It isn't the secret itself which is significant, but that all of a sudden, an entire series of super-real dreams from nearly 2 years before, made complete sense.
Instantly, after hearing the 'family secret', entire sections of my journal recording what people had said in dreams flashing back to those times, that I had written down, became clear. I had been confused about the comments they had made, but had written down what I heard in the 'dream' word for word anyway. Years later, i'm told the peculiar truth for the first time, and it all fit together. It all made sense. That was just the first of several instances, where someone in a 'dream' told me something that I could not possibly have known, or even concocted, that would later be verified.
LC, I'm one who more than suspects that deeply lucid dreams in our time, are now highly likely to involve other minds than just our own. For me, these experiences have become a remarkably huge and complex but interconnected other world. I'm sharp, but I'm not a genius. I didn't dream the entire epic poem of Kubla Kahn after a waking dream. I'm just not smart enough to create this entire other reality half-unaware - let alone while I sleep.
good luck to you.
Last edited by Eek; 09/29/2019 04:04 PM.
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