Revised Abstract – Déjà Rêvé.

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Revised Abstract – Déjà Rêvé

This is the second revision of the abstract. I have changed the title to simply Déjà Rêvé and cleaned up the writing style, added more content and present a stronger argument in favor of precognitive dreams and Déjà Rêvé.

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Ian Wilson

Déjà Vu or Déjà Rêvé?

Here is an abstract that I have written on “Déjà Vu or Déjà Rêvé?”

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Abstract

This paper examines the very real phenomena of Déjà Vu and how it connects to an even more profound subtype known as Déjà Rêvé. Déjà vu is French for “Already Seen” and Déjà Rêvé is French for “Already Dreamed”. Often people who experience Déjà Vu link the origin of the familiar memory to something they have dreamed days, weeks, months and even years before they experienced “Déjà Vu”. Déjà Rêvé suggests that dreams have a direct and relative relationship with physical reality. If so, then understanding and exploring this is critical to science and critical to understanding the origins of “reality”.

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Happy Dreaming!

Ian Wilson

My Abstract Entitled: “Déjà Vu or Déjà Rêvé?”

Here is an abstract that I have written on “Déjà Vu or Déjà Rêvé?”

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Abstract

This paper examines the very real phenomena of Déjà Vu and how it connects to an even more
profound subtype known as Déjà Rêvé. Déjà vu is French for “Already Seen” and Déjà Rêvé is
French for “Already Dreamed”. Often people who experience Déjà Vu link the origin of the familiar
memory to something they have dreamed days, weeks, months and even years before they experienced
“Déjà Vu”. Déjà Rêvé suggests that dreams have a direct and relative relationship with physical
reality. If so, then understanding and exploring this is critical to science and critical to understanding
the origins of “reality”.

Feel free to comment on this abstract.

Happy Dreaming!

Ian Wilson