If it’s not obvious by now, the combination of Project August dreams being analyzed by the webbot spinoff called the DreamBot is becoming a very powerful tool. We currently have a backlog of storytelling to do, but this one takes the cake on how the dream material is directly manifesting in real life.
This particular post will hopefully remove any remaining doubt as to just how powerful this whole system is in accurately predicting future events. This article will put all these puzzle pieces together from dreams to Project August to DreamBot and DreamForecasts as well as the recent Yellow Caution we issued just before this polar vortex was even predicted by the mainstreet weather gurus.
I’m going to just walk through this chronologically…
1. Early Proj Aug DreamBot Run
The DreamBot2 was an offshoot from the original DreamBot linguistics. We noticed that while the DreamBot was giving us very accurate pictures about the world around us (including the celestial realm and heavenly bodies), it didn’t provide sufficient detail to predict headlines, per se.
Therefore, we knew we needed to keep the DreamBot just as it was, but we also knew it needed some support for honing in on more details of future events. Thus, DreamBot2 came into existence by late May and was used for the first time for Project August report #3 (June 1st).
Basically, DreamBot1 gives us a general picture of where humanity is and/or what our universe is doing (or where it is going). DreamBot2 gives us a more detailed picture of discrete events, but the level of detail does tend to vary. Sometimes the description is vague and incomprehensible. Other times, the picture is extremely clear, such as in this particular case.
For even more detail, that’s when we dig into the dream material itself and start plucking out the nitty gritty. But back to the DreamBot2…
In the DreamBot2, we are given linguistics phrases, and in Proj Aug report #3, we were given this…“Earth food hard ice”
With this phrase it wasn’t hard to pinpoint what the dream material was trying to say, so the headline was created…
Possible Headline: “Unexpected cold front freezes major August crop harvest”
Do you have any idea how hard it is to go public with this sort of prediction, knowing that it probably won’t come true? Nonetheless, the report went out with hundreds of people verifying that the headline was made.
That was June 1stand that was all about Project August (in other words, the linguistics came from dreams that were intended to be about August 2014).
2. July 8th Flood/Freeze Caution Issued
We have two programs going on simultaneously right now. We have the previously mentioned Project August, which has dreams completely separate from our regular DreamBot runs, and we have non-Project August dreams, which are just the ordinary, run of the mill daily dreams.
The regular DreamBot goes out once a week looking for regular old dreams from around the globe. The dreams can’t be older than 1 week old, and the DreamBot then collates, parches, and analyzes the dream content into one big huge linguistics report.
In the July 8th run, we received two distinct indicators that our unlikely Proj Aug headline was perhaps gaining more likelihood. First off, the linguistics phrases included this: “Arrived vague becoming beginning enjoy ice liked.”
That phrase didn’t produce a lot of clarity, but it did point us toward a cooling period. At this point I did not connect the Project August headline to this confusing phrase (yet).
In the same DreamForecast (you can find that whole report here), we also did a DreamBot3, which is where all the categorical analyses comes from.
In the DreamBot3, we look at all the various categories of dream material (i.e., emotions, weather, geography, cities, countries, etc.) to see what people are dreaming. Of course, some of the material might be past information (i.e., “day residue”), which would show up in old headlines when I search for that material. If I can’t find any past information, I assume a chance of some future-oriented look from the dreams.
Thus, I was raising my eyebrows when both “cold” and “ice storm” made the top 5 in the weather category, which was unprecedented. Furthermore, “hot”, “warm”, and “warmer” all took a tailspin to the bottom of the list.
Based on the some other indicators, it appeared that something was going on in the collective unconscious regarding a pole shift, but we issued a general “Yellow Caution” because of severe flooding and ice storms that were clearly presencing in the language. (Note: the pole shift meme was confirmed in headlines also, but that particular timeline must be covered separately.)
3. Dream Material
Notice that the only indication of ice problems so far was linguistics on the dream material. We have seen that linguistics alone can produce very accurate predictions, but when the linguistics overlaps with actual dream content, then look out. The best example of dream material overlapping with linguistics was the May 28th Red Alert, and then later on June 5th, a list of how the predictions came true.
Okay, so the ice and cold-front meme had the linguistics behind it, but we didn’t yet have any actual dream material, and that is why a yellow caution was issued vice another red flag.
BUT, a dream WAS underway from a Canadian dreamer, but she had been away from action for awhile and did not know what the linguistics were screaming. When she finally made time to submit her dream, she was surprised at how closely the dream material matched the linguistics.
Basically, she was given the temperature of -7 C in red letters.
Putting this all together now, we were truly expecting some colder weather, and I was very surprised by the weather forecasts issued just a few short days after the DreamForecast was published calling for the Polar Vortex…
4. Headlines Fulfilled: Polar Vortex
At first, I assumed that it was just the non-Project August material that was going to come true. In other words, ice storms and colder weather would appear, but the real-world weather forecasts weren’t showing any freezing weather in the US, and so I didn’t think the Proj Aug meme of “ice food” would get fulfilled. Boy, was I wrong.
First, let’s cover PA Headline #35: “Unexpected cold front freezes major August crop harvest”
The real-world headline was a real-world tragedy, and also a direct hit of the June 1st linguistics.
Jana Shortal, KARE 11:02 p.m. EDT July 16, 2014
NORTH BRANCH, Minn. — Just when you thought the polar vortex was a distant memory, it throws a post season sucker punch with Minnesota grape growers reporting a severe harvest shortage.
“All of the vineyards north of the metro are either showing a 100 percent loss or near 100 percent losses for all of their grapevines,” Minnesota Grape Growers President Irv Geary said Wednesday.
Grape growers from Minnesota to New York are pained because the vines aren’t producing the fruit critical to creating the sweet child of wine.
Indeed, an unexpected cold front kills off a major harvest, but are grapes an August crop?
There you have it…a 100% loss of an August harvest. How much better can you get from the linguistics? You can’t, and that’s why this event was granted a perfect score based on the DreamSeer scale: an unprecedented 5.0
Okay, so the Proj Aug headline was fulfilled, but what about the flooding and ice storms. How did that pan out? Answer: undeniably well, actually. Just a few days ago, ice storms in the form of huge hail banged up Colorado AND produced mega floods in the southern region of the state.
So, on July 8th, the National Dream Center issued a Yellow Caution, specifically for Floods and Freezing. Within a week, we had massive floods and unbelievable ice storms in the middle of July!
By Nick Wiltgen Published: Jul 14, 2014, 9:24 PM EDT weather.com
Even with all the talk this week of a polar air invasion, you may be stunned to see yards covered in white in the middle of July. It’s not supposed to snow in the middle of July, is it?
Well, no. While the storm that whitened lawns in parts of Colorado on Monday was the result of the polar air shoving its way south into a typically warm and moist July air mass, it wasn’t a snowstorm.
Instead, it was hail that blanketed the ground in Berthoud, Colorado, on Monday. Several other Colorado communities also found themselves caked in accumulating hail as thunderstorms raked the state.
More headlines and amazing pictures at these links:
…and of course, this doesn’t even include any of the big-time, unprecedented Polar Vortex discussion that most of the easter half of the US is experiencing. There’s much more headlines out there to substantiate this reality.
One of the best memes from dreamland thus far. This one was a virtual perfect day for dreams, linguistics, and predicting real-world events. Let’s keep dreaming everyone! The proof is in the dreaming.
The big takeaways
Project August already has a 25% hit rate on all its predictions, and August hasn’t even started yet! We already know how powerful this modaility is; therefore…
1. Visit us at least once a week to get the latest DreamForecast. OR
3. Don’t forget to log your dreams.
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