Seeing the Future in Your Dreams
On January 25th, 2018 I had a dream that North Korea and South Korea announced peace on a TV news feed. In the Dream, I was in South Korea, here is an excerpt from the dream:
the family have the TV on which a news article covering the North Korean event. It was a bid for peace and unification. There was also this celebration and parade in the news clip.
Time Stamped Sources for verification:
Posted on my blog on on January 25th, 2018:
Posted on Reddit on on January 25th, 2018:
Tweeted on my twitter feed on January 25th, 2018
April 27th, 2018 Historic Headline:
North And South Korea Declare End To War, Proclaim “New Era Of Peace”
In my dream, the message about peace was brilliantly portrayed as a major event centered around this historic moment in Human history.
The announcement of this meeting took place April 17th, 2018. The news was a buzz regarding North Korea and South Korea pending announcement that they are going to end the 68 year war and finally have peace.
As the event didn’t take place yet people who were reading this dream said at that time it hadn’t happened yet so this dream wasn’t a confirmation. But that all changed on April 27th when Kim Jun Un met Moon Jae and Kim announced, “We solemnly declare to our 80m Koreans and the world that there will no more war on the Korean peninsula and a new era of peace has begun,”
As dreamed of the bid for peace and unification has taken place. It has been on the media and TV as clearly demonstrated in the dream. This isn’t the first time I have dreamed of something and it has come true. In fact, I have had dreams that have come true spanning 31 years.
Here is a summary of meeting people in a dream before you meet them in waking life. In this one case I met this person 18 days after I dreamed about them in another country 4,500Kms from where I live and was able to show them my online dream entry confirming the encounter.
I talk about this experience in this youtube video.
I’ve written about precognition for over 20 years and have had many more mundane ones verified by friends and family over the years. Here are some of the articles I have published for free as I have never charged for any of my publications as my interest has always been centered around helping other people evolve their own relationships with their dreams through lucid dreaming and to encourage them to explore the most exciting form of precognition that I call “Lucid Precognitive Dreaming”
- December 15, 2017 Immersion Into the Human Experience
- July 7th, 2015 Theory of Precognitive Dreams
- July 12th, 2013 Deja Reve
- July 12, 2013 Precognitive Dreams Explained aka Deja Reve
- March 5th, 2010 You Are Dreaming
- April 10th, 2010 Anatomy of a Precognitive Dream
- July 29th, 2010 Active Lucid Precognitive Dreaming
- October 23, 1998 A Course On Consciousness
Here is a newspaper article from 1998 where I discuss my experience with dreaming the future.
I am not the only person who has had dreams that have come true. Have you ever had Deja Vu where you linked familiarity to a memory from something you dreamed of days, weeks, months even years in the past? If you can honestly answer yes then like me you know through your own first-person experiences that humans have the potential to dream the future.
I ran a twitter poll where 35% of the people polled said they have had Deja Reve (already dreamed) which is deja vu linked to past dreams.
CNN ran an article on January 8th, 2016 where researcher Anne Clearly discusses how people have deja reve. Someone linked this article on Reddit which became a front page post. In the comment section, many people relate their own personal experiences with deja reve citing that is what they are experiencing, not deja vu. I encourage you to read the comments.
Here is the Reddit link:
TIL of the concept of Deja Reve. Deja Reve is the same as Deja Vu but instead of feeling that you’ve experienced an event once before, you instead feel you’ve dreamt of this event once before. from todayilearned
In fact, Carl Jung had his own experience with precognition. J. W. Dune who wrote “An Experiment in Time” where he details with evidence his experiences. This phenomena goes back and has been debated by Aristotle in 350BCE.
Now not everyone has precognitive dreams. Generally many of these types of people are skeptical simply because they lack first-person veridical evidence. Proving precognition isn’t easy largely due to dream-to-text conversion which I cover in my paper, “The Theory of Precognitive Dreams” and like many groups of people who elicit their own belief-systems, there are a lot of skeptical arguments against precognition from law-of-large numbers, confirmation bias, coincidence, selective memory right down to simply saying it’s mental illness or what ever argument they can come up with to refuse to accept this part of human experience.
Arguments are not facts. They are not evidence. They are simply opinions and skeptics have tenants just as much as religions do. They are their own group of people with their own beliefs that they militantly defend even though some (not all) are completely argument based beliefs to support their own agenda and ideologies. Sadly, this has caused a lot of challenges for society as we are still debating the legitamacy of precognition and are no further ahead than Aristotle when he debated this in 350BCE.
However, I understand that perspective knowing up until my first precognitive dream I would have never believed such an ability possible. In fact, I was being groomed a skeptic up until I discovered lucid dreaming so didn’t believe in paranormal ideas like ghosts, UFOs, bigfoot and had used critical thinking and skepticism to come out of religious beliefs that I didn’t accept.
I am still very skeptical about almost everything that I come across. I have never seen a bigfoot so don’t know if they exist. I’ve never sat down and chatted with an Alien, so don’t know if they are real or not.
Sometimes, it takes the act of actually experiencing it and many times to fully understand that despite the arguments against precognitive dreaming, this is an actual real phenomena that affects a lot of people and despite the skeptical belief that it does not happen doesn’t disprove that those who know this experience through their own dreams are disingenuous. I sincerely doubt even in the face of overwhelming evidence that any skeptic would ever see the genuine truth that precognition through dreams exists until they experience it through their own dreams for themselves. It’s hard to break free of any belief-system and I agree entirely that had I not had my own experience with it, I would never believe it either. Unfortunately, this has affected my life profoundly spanning 31 years so I know how real and genuine it is based on valuable first-person experience.
For example, I have already heard the coincidence argument from skeptics also the idea that I was influenced by the media. However on January 25th, 2018 there was absolutely nothing suggesting this historic move towards peace that took place on April 27th, 2018. For 68 years the war has only ever been held back by an armistice treaty, not a peace treaty and the escalations to a major second war with North Korea was undeniable in all media from nuclear bomb testing, missile testing and strong rhetoric. My bias at that time was we would absolutely see war break out in the Korean peninsula. If anything I would be dreaming about war not peace.
On January 25th, 2018 the Doomsday clock was set to 2 minutes to midnight citing North Korean tensions and there was a lot of build-up towards potential war between the US and North Korea. If the media was influencing my dreams, I would have dreamed about nuclear war with North Korea instead, something completely unheard of. I dreamed of peace.
In my case, I simply have the experience and it comes in many different examples through out the years so though I would share.
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