Paradigm 3: A Look at the Processes

Paradigm 3: A Look at the Processes

Paradigm 3 can seem confusing until we define the actual processes. This isn’t for the faint at heart, because Paradigm 3 stands right at the razor’s edge of where free will and destiny meet. Many people are vying to control our reality right now, and to the outsider, Paradigm 3 looks like just one more organization doing the controlling.

This is an incorrect view of what Paradigm 3 is all about. We have carefully created a method to read the collective unconscious and actually strip away the reigns of control so that we can get a clearer glimpse of where humanity is headed. In this article, we’ll delineate the two different paradigms and the processes they will use in their day to day operations.

We begin with Paradigm 1, which is the group of individuals who will see the future and tell us where humanity is headed.


Paradigm 1

Some of the future will appear as direct, literal dream content that shows up without any prompting or intention from the dreamer. Some of the future only shows up after we specifically ask for that information. Still more will show up from linguistics analysis. Here is a summary of the sources we’ll use to predict future events:

1. Direct dream material from Paradigm 1 dreamers

2. Direct dream material from non-Paradigm 1 dreamers

3. Intentional dream incubation from Paradigm 1 dreamers

4. Direct linguistics phrases and memes (from the DreamBot)

Paradigm 1: Initiation of the process

We first need some sort of starting point, a vector. Without a vector, we’ll continue aimlessly accepting whatever the dreams show us. This is a powerful concept in and of itself, but there’s something even more powerful: incubating dreams for specific purposes. But where does one even start incubating? After all, there are literally trillions of possible places, events, and people to dream about.

Memes and overlaps are the official starting point. From our Project August statistics, we do know that when dreams overlap, it is more likely to see that overlap predict some future event than if there was no overlap. If two or more dreamers have dreamed about Chicago, for example, it might be time to focus in that location.

So, memes can begin with overlapping dreams, but they can also begin with linguistics. We conduct daily and weekly DreamBot runs, in which we can locate the words that are surging in frequency. DreamBot2 will offer linguistics phrases that might overlap with one or more dreams.

The best and most reliable spark is indicated when the dream material overlaps with other dreams or directly with the linguistics. When we see this happen, this will kick start a rigorous investigation.

Who will identify when a meme begins? The team leader works with the DreamForecaster to identify team targets. All Paradigm 1 team members are encouraged to participate in this investigative process, though. If they identify an overlap, they should bring this up immediately in the Paradigm 1 forum.

After the Meme is Initiated

Once the meme is identified, the team leader builds a new thread for that meme and assigns team members for specific dream incubation. The goal is to ascertain more details about possible events in that topic area. The three big questions are WHAT, WHERE, and WHEN. The team leader will outline what they have so far and what they are missing.

This is when incubation tasks are disseminated to fill in the gaps. If for example, we have something about the WHERE component (e.g., Texas), then we’ll first want to ascertain at least something for the other two components (i.e, WHAT and WHEN in this case). At some point, we’ll also want to revisit the WHERE because the state-level location data only affords a max score of 3 (more on that later).

The Paradigm 1 leader assigns the missing information to the available Paradigm 1 dreamers. This is a whole separate process in and of itself. Which dreamers are assigned? How are they notified? What if they object or see a different priority? This will have to be covered in a separate article.

After the dreamer incubates a dream, they input the dream into the DreamBase and make a separate entry into the appropriate Paradigm 1 forum thread. When they do so, they will indicate the biggest revelation and the biggest question that was generated from the dream. They may also offer recommendations to the rest of the team for further incubation.

Headline as the Goal

The DreamForecaster observes the inputs and offers recommendations about what is left to incubate. The overall goal is develop a headline based on Paradigm 1 dream incubation. The DreamForecaster begins building the headline even without complete information. The DreamForecaster may choose to not post their draft or working headlines in the Paradigm 1 forum if they think this will influence future dream incubation for that headline, but they will at least post a max score for their working headline.

The max score indicates where the team needs more information. For example, a headline such as “Company in Montreal will do [??]” would carry a max possible score of 3-4-0 because the verb is unknown in the WHAT (first number), location is limited to 4 at the city level, and there is no timing criteria here. Obviously, WHEN might be the biggest question right now, but we’ll also need the full info on WHAT, too.

It is wise to include the Paradigm 1 team leader in final headline creation, but DreamForecasters are reminded that headlines must be made quickly because the element of time is the most difficult piece to the puzzle. From Project August, we found that the sooner the prediction came to pass, that prediction’s details were slightly more accurate.

Once the headline is published, the meme as a whole is generally considered finished, although the team should continue gaining more details about the prediction if possible. Obviously, the team lead will have to weigh this with upcoming priorities (i.e., if no new memes are developing, then the team probably should continue refining the details of already-established headlines.)


Paradigm 2

The goal of the second team is to influence the creation of reality. In the context of Paradigm 3, the team will be focused mainly upon the memes and overlaps from dreams and linguistics.

Paradigm 2 will have two main types of headlines that they will be manifesting: 1) unique headlines that have absolutely nothing to do with what Paradigm 1 is working on, and 2) Paradigm 1 headlines that have been amended per standard guidelines.

The Unique Headlines

Paradigm 2 will develop unique headlines that have nothing to do with anything Paradigm 1 is working on. However, they should build their headline based largely on what the linguistics suggest is popular or surging in the collective unconscious. We’ll test these statistics throughout our work in Paradigm 3, but it is our initial hypothesis that if Paradigm 2 focuses on the topics that are increasing in the linguistics, their manifesting protocols will require much less people, time, and effort.

Therefore, Paradigm 2 generally starts with the linguistics, and probably a different set of linguistics than either the daily or weekly DreamForecasts. They will most likely desire linguistics that emphasize the longer term-rising words, versus those that rise and fall within 24 hours or even a week’s time.

Paradigm 2’s team leader will look at the linguistics and decide which topic areas are worth pursuing. In a process that will be defined and honed by the NDC in conjunction with Paradigm 2’s future “elders,” the team will agree on a headline that all participants will attempt to manifest into the world. The headline will be complete with WHAT, WHERE, and WHEN, and tally a max score. The team then assigns all or a few certain individuals to conduct their preferred mode of reality manifesting (i.e., prayer, meditation, etc.), and engage that headline with the prearranged schedule and protocol.

Recall that Paradigm 1 team members will input their work in various places. Individuals in Paradigm 2 will also be asked to enter their participation information on a standard input form. The input form will collect relevant information about the individual’s methods, such as amount of time praying, intending, affirming, meditating, etc. The purpose of this data collection is to see how many people and how much time is required to manifest various types of headlines.

Amending Paradigm 1 Headlines

Paradigm 2 will be allowed to change a certain amount of headlines that Paradigm 1 publishes, but there will be strict guidelines on how that will be accomplished. For example, “Mass shooting in Dallas mall” cannot be changed to “Mass donations to NYC vets.”

Paradigm 2 will only be able to change one aspect of the headline, and it will most likely always be the verb of the WHAT component. For example, “Mass shooting in Dallas Mall” changes to “Mass shooting is thwarted in Dallas Mall.” OR “Airliner crashes” might change to “Airline pilot heroically saves the plane.”

How long after the target period do the creators continue conducting their creation protocol? Over time, the NDC will have statistics that will help Paradigm 2 determine when to stop praying, meditating, etc. for the headlines that have “expired” (i.e., when their estimated WHEN has passed). As we know from Project August, timing is the most difficult component for working in this subtle world of reality creation. Paradigm 2 will most likely face these issues as well. Thus, as the predicted day passes, Paradigm 2 will most likely need to continue manifesting for a certain period of time. That will be dictated by the team leader in conjunction with other priorities and available resources.


Our First Paradigm 2 Test

Before we officially kick off Paradigm 3, I’d like to conduct a test, and the test may have to be accomplished several times as more and more people sign up for Paradigm 3. Basically, Paradigm 2 members will intend to influence one word in the DreamBot linguistics. For example, the team will select a word in the linguistics, and then conduct manifestation methods to increase that word in terms of frequency.

The word itself must be meaningful to the participants because belief, emotion, and energy will all be very critical components of this test. I won’t go into all the theory and lab tests conducted in this regard, but basically the team shouldn’t choose a word such a ‘sand’ or ‘hill’ because there simply won’t be much energy or emotion behind those words. Also, there does seem to be something fundamentally wrong trying to pray for ‘sand’ to increase in the collective dreams.

So, the team will choose a word that will emotionally charge them and/or give them something meaningful to pray about. Paradigm 1 dreamers will not be aware of what word is being tested. Then, we’ll see whether Paradigm 2 can affect or increase the value of the intended target linguistics. The test will run about 2 weeks because each DreamBot run looks at dreams from the past week (we need time to influence the dreams before they’re dreamt).

More information about this test will be forthcoming in the Paradigm 3 private forums.

Note: for those worried about big considerations like free will and others, we have covered many of them in a previous article. For this particular Paradigm 2 test, we are barely scratching the surface of free will with the single-word intention. This will not be the norm in Paradigm 3, as the team has strict guidelines on how Paradigm 2 people will remain purely neutral in application. The rule sets will prevent the all-enticing splendor of CONTROL while also opening the door to making beneficial and wide-sweeping changes to our reality.


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