The National Dream Center introduces a prolific dreamer and public figure to our operations here. Please welcome Ginette Matacia Lucas, who is best known for using her well-honed dreaming talents in the field of forensics.
Ginette has a plethora of well-documented dream predictions, but her real specialty gets showcased when working with police departments, the FBI, and other governmental bodies to solve or at least enhance awareness on dead-end crime cases.
She was aired on CNN’s Nancy Grace and was asked to explain how she could have possibly located the missing skeletal remains of Caylee Anthony, the murdered 2-year old Florida girl. In essence, Ginette talked directly with Dominique Casey on a cell phone and guided him directly to the area where he could find the body.
Ginette didn’t pick up her skills by accident. She was born to a US federally-employed dowser, dreamer, paranormal expert, Louis Matacia. Ginette sadly reports that her father is now in poor health, defined mainly by degrading mental acuity and Alzheimer’s. But back in the day, Luis Jr. was right at the tip of the paranormal spear:
“During the Vietnam War he was commissioned to teach dowsing skills to US Marines so that they could avoid booby traps, navigate safely through jungles, and learn the whereabouts of the enemy. Soldiers reported that using the L-rod in this way saved many lives. Louis is particularly interested in the challenge of the search. Using his dowsing together with a range of scientific devices, he has located lost pipes, oil, wells, caves and buried treasures.” (SOURCE)
Louis went on to become a legend, especially with this professional level dowsing wisdom. It was Louis who taught his daughter, Ginette, how to incubate dreams from a very early age, and from then on, she learned experientially how to improve her techniques.
Ginette is with us because she believes in the mission of the NDC, which is to improve the human condition. She’s one who has apparently mastered the very things I outlined in several of my recent posts, especially our all-important scoring system that will grade WHAT, WHERE, and WHEN for all our predictions.
What is also immensely intriguing is how she uses the same basic approach that I personally identified in that new scoring system. I said,
“This is called the ITERATIVE approach, and is something we never tried in Proj Aug, but will be one of the biggest lessons learned. Basically, we take our dreams and lay out the big memes first. From the memes, we fill in low-probability headlines and determine MAX SCORES. From the max score, we know what information is lacking, and thus have our dreamers go back into that meme to fill in the blanks.”
This is how she conducts her operations, too. She’ll start with what is known, such as the person’s name and any other applicable info. Then, she incubates a dream (i.e., makes an intention to dream about that person) to see what comes up. Invariably, not all the information she needs comes forth, so she’ll keep incubating on finer and finer details. This is EXACTLY what I outlined just days prior to us connecting.
Finally, this matches up perfectly with another essential addition we are currently setting up….a bulletin board / discussion area where groups and teams can collaborate together. Basically, we’ll be doing the iterative approach collectively, and we’ll communicate our findings and predictions via the discussion format.
The NDC is moving forward, and these are definitely exciting times ahead! We’re not exactly clear on what our arrangement will look like, but we are all extremely excited about what the future holds here. Keep your eyes and ears open for more updates. Until then, Happy Dreaming!
Oh, almost forgot….Ginette sees big things coming in both the near term and longer term, but I have my lips sealed for now.
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