Friday, 12 September 2008

'Do you dream about the future?'

'At the Arlington Institute, researchers have consulted precognizant dreamers and have learned about hundreds of case studies of individuals who had explicit dreams about 911 (people jumping out of burning high rise buildings, etc.), beginning some six months before the event. They are studying whether the human collective unconscious somehow anticipates large impending perturbations— and you can participate in the study.

The Institute heard from some of these intuitives that something very substantial and disruptive is going to happen to the US within the next 60 days or so. If these warnings manifest themselves in an event of the significance of something like 911, then people all over the world should begin to experience dreams and other intuitions suggesting that something extraordinary is about to happen.

If you, or someone you know, experiences any kind of significant suggestion (dream, intuition, etc.) that something big and disruptive is about to happen in the coming weeks, send an email to and tell them about it. They will compile them all and see if they can find any patterns or pointers toward an actual future event. You don’t need to include any identification and they will keep all of this information confidential.'

From Whitley Strieber's Unknown County:


anadæ said...

Precognizance runs in my family. Holiday dinners almost always see relatives sharing our experiences over baked ham or roast turkey. As a young boy growing up in suburbia, I always thought that everyone's family was thus aspected; I was quite surprised to later learn that such wasn't the general consensus.

Reflecting on my own sensitivity as it pertains to 9/11, I had done a canvas in 1990 of an eerily similar (to the WTC) singular building being swallowed up from its foundation by a whirlwind in the background, with a stucco fairy tale castle in the forground being engulfed by molten lava from above, a multi-eyed, multi-limbed, black, furry beast eclipsing that, and a burnished bronze warrior giant, as in Talos from the Jason myth (but not the Ray Harryhausen stop-motion version) stepping into a marshy pond lined with cat tail reeds.

Interestingly enough, admirers of the work often asked years in advance of the tragic event whether I'd intended it to be that ill-fated edifice. I'd like to hear from others in the blog-o-sphere readership here as to their own experiences, precognitive or artistic, as they relate to that world-changing day. Thanks

Ben Fairhall said...

Great comment, Anadae: thank you. Do you mind if I cut and paste part of this as a separate post, and request readers to respond to you by e-mail?


anadæ said...

That'd be rad, Ben! I mean the cut-&-paste thing sans contacting me by e-mail. Those of us foresty mountain-dwelling folk tend to eschew publicity. I often ponder just how Thomas Pynchon has done it all these years. But, hey, it does lookas though I'm at the frontline of the resurgence of Magical Realism, dunnit? Stay close.

Bee very well,

Jake Kotze said...

Hi Ben

I am happy to see your comments at the Blogs.

Your comments are very perceptive, to the point and needed for perspective.

I just thought I would let you know I responded to your Legislature comment.

I was very excited about this years Crop Circles.

I have a few more ideas about some key circles in future posts.

Be well

ViølatoR said...

Science just keeps confirming the mystical huh? I remember a year or two ago it was proven that everyone can sense up to 6 seconds in the future (their bodies react to stimulus which has yet to be applied), and then remote viewing, the only "psychic" activity that passes all the tests on those "are psychic powers real" tv shows. The cia/army guys who started it said that 99% of people can learn to do it. Oh, and those "eggs" around the world that check for changes in random 1's and 0's before a major event, similar to this dream study. This list goes on.