I think I’ve mentioned a couple of times about my desire to build a national dream center where people could register their predictive dreams of the future. Not looking for the “girlfriend left me” or dreams that rehash childhood or job crisis…what I’m after are the odd dreams where you have an unusually vivid dream and it seems to hold future content.
Ideally, the dreams we catch will be:
- Fresh: Please don’t submit dreams more than one year old.
- Pertinent: Explain what the dream seemed to be telling you, especially if it relates to a coming event.
The idea is that if we get enough dreams, we may be able to do some dream mapping. For example, if we get a big uptick in ‘earthquake dreams’ out of the American Southwest, you might find that interesting. Or, if you got a flurry of UFO abduction dreams out of one particular state, well, that would sure be interesting.
There are plenty of changes to be made to the underlying code since it’s based on a classified ad system that uses MySQL for its back end work.
If you drill down into a particular dream, you can vote on it (1 through 5 stars) but there’s no other way to comment. Unlike a lot of ‘dream boards” this is not a dream discussion site. I think discussion acts as a chilling agent that could discourage someone who otherwise might post. It’s about capture of raw data so that people can read just the content and draw whatever conclusions they want from them.
I realize the layout and categories are not perfect, so please feel free to send any suggestions along you want (email@example.com) with the subject line “dream center” so my mail router picks it up.
This is a work in process, but if you have a dream that’s vivid, out of the ordinary, and seems/feels somehow predictive, click over here and follow the links to the DreamBase.
The National Dream Center also has an RSS Feed so you can incorporate it into your blog, if so desired…the idea being we can share our common dreams and maybe dream a better collective future…
This is not a part of the web bot project, per se…just a little tangent I’ve gone off on in order to answer the Big Question: Is there any correspondence between the language shift that Cliff pulls out of the ‘net and the dreams people have right before and around our hot dates/emotional building or release periods? If so it’s might be another slight improvement in focus…maybe not big, a mantissa maybe.
H-Wood Conspiracy Notes
I was having breakfast with Elaine Thursday when a most interesting subject came up. Went something like this…
“You ever notice how they use Hollywood to cover up the real events going on?”
“Well take the Roswell case. You know that happened about the same time as the Kenneth Arnold UFO sighting up in Washington state? Right after that, along comes the movie “The Day the Earth Stood Still” in 1951”
And that’s just one example. Look how the movie “2012″ has turned belief in something happening in the 2011-2012 as a laughable belief like “Oh, you’re believing a movie for heavens sake…”
Got me to thinking: 1993 movie “Fire in the Sky” was about the 1975 abduction of Arizona logger Travis Walton…but that was a documentary style movie. Within 20-miles of where Elaine grew up, by the way.
No, the movie that took Walton’s apparently too real abduction case and marginalized the whole experience was “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” that came out just two years after the Arizona episode.
More recently, with a growing awareness on the ‘net about highly intrusive government (and corpgov) spying on Americans, we have to wonder if the 1998 movie “Enemy of the State” wasn’t also some kind of psy-op…preemptively defusing a growing public concern…just as movies had defused the topics of UFO visits in the 1950′s and then human abductions/contact with aliens in the late 1970′s.
At Last – A Clean Joke
There are rare, but a reader thought you’d like to end a piss-poor week in the markets with something a little more upbeat:
“I was having trouble with my computer. So I called Eric, the 11 year old next door, whose bedroom looks like Mission Control and asked him to come over. Eric clicked a couple of buttons and solved the problem. As he was walking away, I called after him, ‘So, what was wrong? He replied, ‘It was an ID ten T error.’ I didn’t want to appear stupid, but nonetheless inquired, ‘An, ID ten T error? What’s that? In case I need to fix it again.’ Eric grinned…. ‘Haven’t you ever heard of an ID ten T error before? ‘No,’ I replied. ‘Write it down,’ he said, ‘and I think you’ll figure it out.’ So I wrote down:
I used to like Eric…”
OK, an oldie but a goody…With that, back to work on this weekend’s Peoplenomics report for subscribers to Peoplenomics.com and then (as time permits this weekend) some experiments with time/space bending in my lab.
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Peoplenomics This Week
Lying About ELE’s Part One
Not too many times I can think of in my life when the whole planet has faced multiple ELE’s – extinction level events – but we have several that are coming into view now. Just for fun, sport, and amusement, I thought it would be a worthy project this weekend to put some of them on the table: The extinction of fiat money globally, extinction of the Euro, the extinction from the Gulf oil spill, the extinction of the US government due to economic unsustainability…well, you get the picture. But first up, we need some framing references.
The folks at Maxa Research have put together a short video (sound track by guess who?) that shows the Maxa Cookie Manager. You can see it here.
I don’t usually get all whipped up about software, but this is one of those dandy tools that just simply works great. First thing I put on my new computer when I got it was Avira Anti-virus and Maxa Cookie Manager (MCM). Either follow the on-screen download instructions of simply click:
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“Live on $10,000″ A Year
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