Your Weekend DreamForecast

3555700749_ddbb69293e_mSince this post is later than I wanted it to be, I’ll go ahead and consider it more of as a weekend forecast. The dreams around the country right now are looking much more positive, with the top word = ‘Friend.’

Earlier in the week, we were bracing for a major change in social sentiment surrounding the combination … Read more

More dream content in the headlines: Pensacola flooding predicted

Recall that some precognitive dreams play out in waking life exactly as in the dream, while other times it seems very metaphoric or allegorical. What do most people experience when they have a precognitive dream? Here’s what’s interesting: when registering for Project August, 50% answered that most of the time their precognition is a combination of metaphoric and literal outcomes.… Read more

Update for Thursday

As we enter the final days before our first Project August prediction forecast, I went ahead and threw some more brain bytes into the most recent dreams from around the country. The dreams that were used for yesterday’s DreamForecast were getting a tad bit stale because of the breaking news we absolutely had to cover on Tuesday, and I didn’t … Read more

1st Proj Aug Forecast Due This Weekend!

Q & A about what you can expect with the upcoming Project August forecasts.

Q: What will be in the forecast?  Answer: Predictions for August, various snippets from the dreams, a linguistics analysis, summary of metaphors and other symbols, and some other proprietary trend analysis thrown into the mix.

Q: Who will be able to read this first forecast?   Answer: Only those who submitted a Proj Aug dream in the past two weeks. Note: If are having problems dreaming and still want to read the reports, simply send me an email…NationalDreamCenter@gmail.com

Q: Where do we go to see the Project August report?  Answer: A link to the report will be displayed in the header menu under Project August –> Reports/Predictions. However, the page will be password-protected. Those who submitted dreams will receive their password via email.

“Nothing like this has ever been accomplished at the collective level.” Be a part of history…or rather, be a part of the future…send us a dream for Project August today!

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DreamForecast 04/30/2014

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The vision right now is to produce at least one DreamForecast each week here at the National Dream Center. DreamForecasts are speculative analyses of collective dreams (both in our own DreamBase, and others around the world) captured within the last week or so.

Author: Chris McCleary

And so it begins…Finally! I believe we’re finally on track with the original vision … Read more

4/29/14 Iron Down…a quick update

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Hopefully, everyone remembers the dream-linguistic prediction of “Iron Down.” If you haven’t read the Blood Moon Dreams report, I recommend you taking a quick glance at that first.

Last week, our first dream linguistics report identified the phrase “Iron Down,” and we hypothesized what that could mean in terms of future events. Here’s the strangest thing: it seems like … Read more

Tornados and Headlines: WOW, another dream comes true!

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The follow-on to yesterday’s State of the World Report was supposed to be today, but this breaking story took full priority. Don’t miss tomorrow’s “Future-Look” report, which I hope to make a weekly event. I’ll explain all that tomorrow. And now, please sit down with a nice warm cup of coffee and get comfortable…

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 Think We’re the Only Ones Interested In Dreams? Think Again…

Defense Department’s advanced weapons arm funds dream interpretation research

The Department of Defense is stretching its budget into a strange new combination of science and psychology — dream interpretation.

The department’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is funding the work of two Indiana University professors using network science to study similarities in dreams shared by English, Arabic and Chinese

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New DreamBase Category

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Did you dream about meeting your soul-mate…prior to meeting them? Or, have you had a soul-mate type dream that has yet to be fulfilled? We have two new categories in the Dreambase for these types of precognitive dreams. For those whose dream already came true, please input your dream into the category called “DreamMate (completed)” and for those who are still waiting, please input your dream into the category called “DreamMate (waiting)”

   

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This week in closing: The rise of positivity, the undeniable synchronicities, and more new-ness coming your way

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This week was a roller coaster for some, perhaps a pressure sandwich for others. A couple of readers expressed numbness, confusion, apathy, and others felt some dramatic angst. But not everyone was affected negatively. Yesterday, a staff member divulged some of her semi-confidential spiritual session that took place early in the morning of the 22nd, just hours after … Read more

Sleep disorder linked to brain disease

We don’t claim to be sleep doctors, but if you need help sleeping, give us a try. We’ll do what we can or refer you to someone who can help. Sleep is VITAL!neurosciencestuff:

Researchers at the University of Toronto say a sleep disorder that causes people to act out their dreams is the best current predictor of brain diseases like Parkinson’s and many other forms of dementia.

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“Rapid-eye-movement sleep behaviour disorder (RBD) is not just a precursor but also a…http://neurosciencestuff.tumblr.com/post/83663435966/sleep-disorder-linked-to-brain-disease

 

   

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Another dream come true!

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Let’s start with an excerpt from our latest blood-moon predictions:

If “one look” can be broadened to heavenly phenomenon, then perhaps the ‘asteroids over Austin’ dream might be a player.” Recall that “one look” included the two top indicators in our archaic linguistic model. We hypothesized that one look was at a minimum, some sort of space phenomenon. Perhaps erroneously limiting “one look” to just the eclipse / blood moon, it turns out that the aforementioned dream DID, in fact, manifest in our 3D reality.

Now, let’s take a quick gander at the aforementioned dream account brought to us by dreamer “Zellie”:

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Knife Juggling in August?

This dream account illustrates how to handle your Project August dreams that don’t really seem to be relevant. In short, the punchline is simple: please post them! This dream was from yours truly, and no, I don’t watch TV, and no, I don’t obsess about knives. BUT, yes, indeed, I did intend to dream about August. Although this dream really … Read more

Do Psychic Phenomena Exist?

Do Psychic Phenomena Exist?

Why My Mind Is Open to Telepathy and Pre-Cognition

People – particularly other psychologists and academics – are often surprised when I tell them that I’m willing to accept the possibility of psychic phenomena such as telepathy and pre-cognition. For many intellectuals, these things are seen as superstitious nonsense, remnants of an irrational view of the world which has been superseded by modern materialistic science. Here I will explain my reasons for believing that some ‘paranormal’ phenomena are genuine. I’m going to discuss two phenomena in particular, telepathy and pre-cognition, since these are the ones I feel there is most evidence for, and the ones I have experienced myself. (There are other types of psychic phenomena – such as mediumship, ghosts or faith healing – which I’m more doubtful about, and therefore won’t be discussing.)

Continue reading here: http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/out-the-darkness/201404/do-psychic-phenomena-exist-0

   

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“Over the years I have gradually become convinced that most precognitive dreaming is a form of telepathy taking place between the dreamer’s future and present minds. Telepathy often seems to ignore both distance and time.”

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Source: http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/dream-catcher/201404/dream-telepathy-new-data/comments#comment-603415

   

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40 Interesting Dream Facts

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  1. Every human dreams. There are tons of people who can’t remember their dreams when they wake up, but they still get them
  2. Human beings spend roughly around 6 years of their lifetime dreaming
  3. Sometimes we dream outside of our REM sleep (Rapid Eye Movement)
  4. Thousands of years ago, the Egyptians were the first to create a dream dictionary in 4000 B.C.E
  5. We roughly spend around 1/3 of our lives sleeping
  6. People who suffer from a personality disorder lack dream activity
  7. Our brains tend to be way more active when we sleep, than when we’re awake
  8. Humans tend to have around 3 to 7 dreams a night. We dream around 2 to 3 hours in a whole night
  9. 90% of the dream is lost the first minute we wake up
  10. Men tend to dream about men more than women, and women dream about people of both genders
  11. Drug withdrawal can cause more intense dreams. People who also quit alcohol and smoking experience heavier dreams and nightmares
  12. You can lucid dream for up to 30 minutes if trained properly
  13. It’s impossible to dream when you’re snoring
  14. Babies don’t dream of themselves until they reach the age of 3
  15. More women than men experience deja-vu in their dreams (eg. you have been in the dream before)

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Your Dreams Predicted the Future, So What Now?

by Chris McCleary

Yesterday’s linguistic report set the tone for a promising new way to working with dreams. The linguistic indicators seemed to translate last week’s dream content into a valid and extraordinary explanation of our physical and non-physical environments that we are now muddling through collectively.

 

What’s even more extraordinary, at least to me, is that I used only a single, archaic means of analyzing the words, but the results were very profound. In dreamwork, there are so many ways of analyzing and interpreting dreams, that it boggles the mind. However, our successful report only used one of those methods. What this signals to me is that we are on the right track, and that by expanding the process to include more methods, the fullness and clarity should also dramatically improve.

So with that, I’d like to describe where we’re going with respect to collective dream analysis and what everyone can expect going forward.

First, you can expect free reports and predictions well into the foreseeable future. How often will these reports be?

I don’t know yet, because right now our DreamBase is growing. Certainly, if we hit dry spells or longer periods without dreams, then no report will be needed. However, if we see a sudden onslaught of dreams in one or two days, perhaps I’ll consider doing a separate investigation of just those dreams.

Over on the right of your screen, you should see a new link called “Reports and Predictions.” I’ll post our routine and special reports there (initially sending them to the main blog here). The purpose of that page is to provide quick access to these “more important posts.” The way this blog template is set up, it is somewhat difficult to find older posts, so my workaround is that page with a running list of reports.

What you can expect from a report

First and foremost, we want an overall flavor for what our dreams are saying. Of course, our staff members who look at these dreams will be inundated with our own biases and projections, but we’ll attempt to be open and transparent with that.

We’ll be working from big to small. The actual title of the dream is one of the most important factors. If needed, we’ll attach new titles to better describe the overall tone. Also important are emotions and inner feeling states of the dreamer. Many people leave this info out of their dream accounts, but it is vital that emotions and feelings are documented.

Of course, we have the linguistic profile of all the collective dreams together, and this process will undoubtedly evolve over time.

Lastly, in my experience, many parts of precognitive dreams happen very closely to waking reality. Therefore, we’ll consider certain dream events as pure, unadulterated precognitive events and perhaps even establish probability matrices for certain direct events. However, most of the time, precognition plays out metaphorically, so we’ll look at names, numbers, and objects trolling around for applicable metaphors. We’ll introduce that into the probability matrix.

All this will likely evolve as we conduct this iterative approach to dreamwork. We’ll be looking backward on our predictions to see how we could have made it better in the future. A lot of this is sounds artsy, but believe me there’s a science to it also.

Regular dreams vs Project August dreams

Anytime we place a pre-dream intention (or what’s called “incubate a dream”), we do need to honor that intention along with the actual dream (I mean that in order to properly work with that dream, it helps to know whether the person intended to dream something in particular). In Project August, dreamers must intend to dream about big, news-worthy events that are going to happen in August 2014. Because of that intention, I don’t want to cross-pollinate the ‘regular dreams’ with those of Project August.

In general, whenever you see a report out here on the blog (or on the reports page to the right), then that will only deal with regular, everyday dreams. The Project August reports will cover only P.A. dreams, and those reports will be housed at the main website (with passwords to keep non-P.A. dreamers from accessing them)

By the way, if you haven’t submitted a Project August dream yet, realize that you will not receive access to the reports and predictions profiles on May 4th. No registration is required, but registration does have a big advantage…you’ll get the final prediction report before August, instead of after August like all the non-registrants. Did I mention that everything about Project August is F-R-E-E, including registration?

Conclusion

We need your dreams, both regular everyday dreams, and definitely the Project August dreams. We need your dreams!

Questions / Comments?

Please let us know if you have any feedback. So far, all your inputs have been extraordinary and greatly appreciated. Keep it up…and thank you for your support!

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Cosmic Changes: The Cardinal Cross and More

In case someone wants more information about our upcoming sojourn (i.e., cardinal cross), this might help…

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The Cardinal Cross refers to positioning of four planets (Mars, Jupiter, Uranus, and Pluto) in the form of a cross. A cross contains four planets at ninety degree angles and creates two oppositions at 180 degree. Think of two (or even Read more

Project August Countdown

You have 12 days to get your dream input for period 1. Only dreamers who submit a dream will have access to the Project August reports and predictions! Everything is F-R-E-E.

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Ladies and Gentlemen:

The following dream is much more than just any ordinary blood moon dream. You see, the National Dream Center has, among all the other things going on here, established a new project that has yet to be announced. (The project was actually conceived this weekend, when all these crazy dreams were being input into the database). My goal is to make this announcement tomorrow or Thursday, as long as I can get all the prerequisites finished before then. Yes, this sounds like hype, but I’m telling you that this will be an exciting addition to our work here.

So this dream below has many of the synchronicities that confirm we’re on the right track. So please continue to check back here at the DreamBlog or at our main page, and we should have everything squared away in a couple of days. Announcement forthcoming…

In the meantime, here’s a wonderfully written account of someone else’s fantastic blood moon dream. The dreamer provided it to us clearly because there are more of the elements from our dream analysis packed inside this dream. Right off the bat, we have the word “car” which I pretty much breezed by in our original analysis. Also, there’s a definite sense of new destiny and not turning back.

But even more than that, the dreams signals to our staff that it’s time to get a move-on with this new project. While you’re waiting for the announcement, check out the dream below…

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The “Time Traveling Car”

My dream happened about a week ago, around the time of the eclipse, which I observed here in cental California.  I was happily at college in my dream getting ready to take final exams and graduate.  The newbies were scheduled to arrive and the old dorm where I lived had to be vacated. The dorm was not at all like the dorm I actually had at college; it was a wood paneled place with high  ceilings and ceramic mask like decorations, some missing, some broken.  I said thanks, and that you really helped me to a good friend(an actual friend from high school, Jan) and said my farewells.  I recognized one of the newbies as someone who I knew in my childhood, Barbara.  She was actually older than me, but was now younger.  She was very tiny and cute, surrounded by admiring guys.  (as a side note, she has become significant in the last day as I sort through some family history)  I realize that I would love to stay here and study for my degree again, but of course, I can’t. I load up my car to leave, but have forgotten my purse, run back in to get it and say one last goodbye to the dusty, timeworn dorm. As I go to my car a fellow student(totally anonymous, not someone I remember), a guy I know is standing there by my car. I say you can come with me if you want, but I understand if you don’t.  It’s not like he’s a boyfriend, just an acquaintance, but it’s an intense moment in the dream.  He says he’ll come  and I’m delighted. We get in the car and he drives.  It’s like we’re driving at night in a dust storm:  I can’t see anything.  I realize I left my iD behind, but I think, well, I can’t go back and it won’t work where I’m going anyway.  We finally get to our destination in the morning, and pull into the empty gravel parking lot, and go inside.  No one else is there. It is like the old dorm, but brand new.  The walls are beautiful burnished wood and the ceramic masks are new and perfectly in place.  We go into the large living area with big windows overlooking a natural scene.  My companion sits down at the baby grand piano and begins to play.  I say I love you to him and wander off to look at the masks in the hallways with the music floating around.

   

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Anonymous asked:

I don’t know if this will help you but there may be a clue in it. I am 58 and have always dreamed every night and remember parts of my dreams. The last two nights I have had a completely unique experience that I will label, “Nested Dreaming”. I have no details but I do know that while dreaming I observed myself get in bed and go to sleep and then saw myself asleep and dreaming something else. Then my observed dreaming self wakes and then I wake to realize I was having a dream within a dream.

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Ah, nested dreaming! This is actually fairly common…I would surmise that it’s on par with precognitive dreaming, numbers-wise. Take my own life for example: I’ve had 2 nested dreams, 2 precognitive dreams, and 2 telepathic dreams (that I remember). (I’ll leave my wife’s numbers out of this discussion, because they are just too far out from the norm!)

From my experience nested dreams are fascinating the first time they happen. Then any subsequent ones are just downright disorienting! :)

But to answer your first sentence, “there may be a clue in it,” your dream experience here, to me, highlights what we found in the collective dream analysis. Specifically, the push-pull of the upcoming cross formation. On the one hand, you’re tired and need to sleep/dream, but on the other hand, your body wants to wake up. It can’t decide to be asleep or be awake. This is precisely the type of stuff I’d expect from the contradictory energies affecting us.

Fortunately, the solution is simple: just be aware of it. As you go through the next few days, spend extra time feeling the two different sides. Notice the result in the center; it might feel like anxiousness or angst. Mentally, you try to coax yourself to do something, but your body doesn’t seem to be responding. OR it could be the opposite…body is busy, while mind is saying, “I should be lying down right now.” The solution is just to be aware of it…and be good with what you find. That’s the hardest part!

Happy Dreaming…double dreaming, that is!

   

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Iron Down…Is THIS what our dreams predicted?

This article just came out today, and I see it as perhaps a mixed blessing, if you will. To me, the collective dream prediction felt much more significant, with bigger implications. Of course, if iron ore goes down, there’s a reasonable chance that ALL metals are also headed downward. Nonetheless, this article does show, I think, that we are on the right path here with our linguistic interpretations.

Reuters article follows…

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COLUMN-Everybody but the curve thinks iron ore is going down: Clyde Russell

Tue Apr 22, 2014 1:15am EDT

(The opinions expressed here are those of the author, a columnist for Reuters.)

By Clyde Russell

(Reuters) – It’s hard to find any bullish predictions for iron ore prices, with the consensus being that it will drop to below $100 a tonne. Except this isn’t reflected in the financial markets.

The latest bearish signal for iron ore is the decision by an Indian court to allow the mining of 20 million tonnes per annum in the state of Goa, most of which will end up on the export markets.

While this isn’t enough ore to cause prices to slump, it adds to the overall growth in supply, which is widely expected to overwhelm growth in demand, especially as top buyer China’s economy loses some momentum.

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http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/04/22/column-russell-iron-idUSL3N0NE10L20140422

   

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