As more and more milestones continue getting trampled by our absolutely astounding team of dreamers, seers, interpreters, forecasters, and linguistics analysts (okay, yeah, you got me there…we only have one of those), it’s probably about that time to step back, use this short break to focus in on how this whole process really works.
This post will be designed for those already participating, but also those passer-by readers who’ve found themselves stumbling onto this strange and somewhat eccentric website.
We’re going to totally bypass the history side of things and get right to the processes, but only after we cover the main goal of the NDC: The primary goal is to see the future.
Perhaps too simplistic, what we actually do is attempt to clearly see humanity’s highest probable futures because the future isn’t absolute. We’re molding and forming constantly day in and day out, and leading the charge is the collective unconscious. What are the masses of people focused on? What emotional state are we in (in general)? What agendas are being programmed in the mass psyche? All these questions are considered when peeking into the future via…
The NDC has developed two unique ways to predict future events: DREAMS and LINGUISTICS. This sounds fairly simple and straightforward, yet the processes that support them are rather involved and can seem very complex.
So as we move through the steps and processes remember that the goal is to identify the future, and way we do this is via dreams and linguistics. So far, so simple.
Modality 1: Dreams
In this section, we look at the various types of dreams and dream prediction methods. The percentages associated with each method indicate the historical accuracy of said method. We start with the least reliable method and end with the most reliable (based on historical averages).
Level 1: Ordinary / Everyday Dreams
According the Jungian view, every single dream has some element of the past and the future in it. The NDC uses this philosophy in looking at dreams. We do not psychoanalyze our dreamers, nor do we care much for the “day residue” (past experiences coming through in the dreams).
Knowing how to parch out the past information in the dream is hard enough, but we also need enough detail from the dream in order to make a solid prediction. At the NDC, we strive to establish the WHAT, WHERE, and WHEN of a prediction, and rarely do we ever find all these elements in just one dream.
Incidentally, a single, run-of-the-mill (non-intentional) dream traditionally carries less than a 10% chance of “coming true.” This is based on historical data, but keep in mind that the NDC does not watch individual dreams for precognition, and therefore this number is a severely low estimate.
Note that each dreamer is responsible for identifying when their dream manifest in real life AND for reporting it. Part of the explanation for the low “come-true” rate is due to the dreamer either not paying attention to their dream and/or not reporting when it comes true.
Level 2: Talented Individual Dreamers
It is our assumption that all dreamers have precognitive dreams. However, some people do tend to have a higher frequency for seeing the future, and there are varying levels of accuracy in each dream.
Although one can learn to increase their accuracy and hit rates, we do factor in the overall accuracy of the dreamer, although with our collective-level dream analysis, the talent level can sometimes get watered down when the higher-accuracy dreams get melded into the collective analysis (more on that later). The accuracy at Level 2 is very disperse (i.e., about 5% to over 85% accuracy).
Level 3: Dream Overlaps
Just the mere application of noticing two or more dreams with the same dream content increases the probability of “coming true” to about 30-60%. The range of probability is still large here because there are more factors at play. For starters, the clearer the overlap, the higher the probability. For example, person A dreams of a bus falling off a cliff, while person B dreams of a bus falling off a bridge. The overlap is a bus falling off of something. The overlap is clear, but the congruence is a bit off. The two dreams disagree about what structure the bus falls from.
The clarity and congruence does matter in terms of both how accurate the prediction is and the probability of it coming true. We want direct overlaps that are very clear about what is taking place.
Level 4: Intentions / Dream Incubate
The NDC has found phenomenal success with various methods of dream incubation. Very simply, the dreamer intends to dream about certain future events or places or times. In Project Uno, we had a relatively small sample of people incubating dreams for a certain day, and every single one of the members received very accurate hits/scores within about a week of that date.
So Project Uno was a 100% hit rate within a fairly tight band of time, and other attempts we’ve done suggest about a minimum of 75% success, although our data pool is still less than 50 test occurrences. This does not include Project August, because those fantastic results indicate level 5. Bottom line, dream incubation works.
Level 5: Combining Intentions with Overlap
As if the dream incubation weren’t enough, we have found that dream overlaps found in dream incubations are phenomenally accurate; however, even this isn’t the most potent combination. Enter Dream Linguistics….
Modality 2: Dream Linguistics
The DreamBot is a network spider that scurries across the internet looking for dreams. When it finds the dreams, it parches out administrative words and just concentrates on the actual dream writeup, honing in on the actual words that are used. It then brings it’s analysis back and produces various reports depending on what is being sought. The different mathematical algorithms determine which DreamBot version is desired.
The linguistic algorithms typically spit out phrasings that seem to relate to specific events. For example, “White House man small going” from DreamBot1 directly predicted Jay Carney leaving the White House 2 weeks after the bot warned about it.
We now have 5 versions of the DreamBot, and each one is designed to do slightly different things. All of them have the ability to spider the web looking for dreams. Let’s go through each one separately.
DreamBot1: Looks for raw hits and assembles the heavy hitters into a scientifically proven order. Extremely accurate but rarely provides phrases in each run.
DreamBot2: Much less accurate historically for all possible phrases. Each run typically has numerous phrases for the analyst to wade through.
DreamBot3: This version was created to map the collective unconscious. It is a great tool for various applications, but for predicting future events, it is absolutely horrendous. So far, it has a whopping zero hit rate, and thus it is on the chopping block for termination, especially since a later bot version is slated to take over the beneficial things that DreamBot3 was doing for us.
DreamBot4: This version was created to seek the highest accelerating words in the collective dreams. DreamBot4 asks, “What words are smoking hot right now in the collective dreams?” Originally, this bot version was designed to look for those dream overlaps that we were previously discussing. DreamBot4 has become so incredibly successful that we are now utilizing it daily over in the forums: http://nationaldreamcenter.com/forum18/forumdisplay.php?fid=4
DreamBot5: This version charts out DreamBot4 surges on a weekly or monthly layered chart. In time, clusters (or pre-determined themes) will be developed to enhance linguistics analysis just like a technical chartist would do for a stock’s industry chart. It shows trends across the cluster and can easily be matched to current events.
Through much trial and testing, we have noticed that each modality can, completely by itself, accurately predict the future. However, without a doubt the most accurate way to make predictions is to blend the two modalities together. For example, if DreamBot2 might say, “Virus target ill dude” at the same time someone inputs a dream about a virus outbreak…that would raise some eyebrows and become significant. Ideally, we would see more than just one overlap, but when one dream and one linguistics is very clear and congruent…that suggests a possible headline.
We actually have quite a large sample of using this method. Project August used dream incubation, collective dream analysis, dream overlaps, and dream linguistic to formulate over 115 headlines intended for August 2014. Amazingly, over 90% of those headlines manifested in waking reality, and thus our blending process was born.
The keen eye will notice a pattern here. We have ONE mission, fueled by TWO processes, and in the next segment, we’ll see that the website is organized in THREE main parts. The NDC is theoretically as simple as 1-2-3, but ask any one of our DreamForecasters, and they will emphasize that the headline-generation process is far from easy.
Fortunately, participating in the NDC mission is very simple. Here’s how you can do that, starting with the easiest and working your way up in complexity:
- Email updates: Want to get notified when something big crops up at the NDC? Sign up for email alerts on the easy form at the top right of this page. Everything at the NDC is free!
- Log dreams: We accept run-of-the-mill dreams and the prophetic. Simply register and start filling out the forms.
- Help identify future trends. You simply look at the recent dreams, and then look at the linguistics. See any overlaps? If so, you’ll need to register in the forums and post a comment in the related linguistics thread.
- Find news for our headlines.
- Dreaming with a purpose. Join Paradigm 3 and help us incubate future dreams. This team is called P1 (Paradigm 1).
- Help create a better future for humanity. Join Paradigm 3 and help us CHANGE the future. This team is called P2 (Paradigm 2).
- Become a DreamForecaster. This is most difficult and challenging position at the NDC, but it’s also extremely rewarding. You’ll be looking at dreams, linguistics, and P2 intentions to determine humanity’s most probably future.