They're Monitoring Our Dreams

It's amazing that dreams are given so little attention in contemporary society.  Sleeping is how each of us spends roughly a third of our lives and scientific studies have concluded that perhaps all of that time is spent dreaming.  Despite that, dreams are rarely the subject of popular films, television programs, music or even books.  More often, the mass media relates themes related to the physical world, such as love, friendship, wealth, travel, adventure.  Perhaps purposefully, dreams are a subject eschewed in world entertainment culture.  So, the factors which affect the content of our dreams are not often considered often by the average person.  Superficially it seems that the mundanities of our daily routines and the personalities around us are the strongest forces influencing dreaming.  If one goes to the post office, one then dreams of the post office.  If one sees a friend for a period, one then dreams of that person.  Other sources of influence upon dreams are marginalized as resulting from the random functions of the brain.  They are supposedly an amalgam of the past, scattered memories, pulled from the internal chambers of our mind and without any grander reason.  Our modern secular society marginalizes dreams to avoid accepting any supposed magic they may contain.

Sometimes dreams are influenced by events which have not yet occurred.  An important or stressing appointment may cause a dream which takes place in an envisaged version of the future.  This is a different sort of vision, resulting from the mind’s tendency towards resolution.  These dreams can act to appease our fears, or reawaken a healthy weariness.  They are often taken the most seriously by their weavers, who heed to any potential warning broadcasted towards them by the universe.  In these dreams, we travel through time, taking on the role of a future version of ourselves.  Occasionally these dreams are indeed exact predictions of how the anticipated event unfolds.  If thousands of people are simultaneously awaiting the same event, then many of them may have dreams of this event prior to it occurring.  Many of these dreams may be fantastical and implausible, but many of them may actually be accurate prognostications. Every night, billions of people are dreaming billions of dreams.  Statistically it is assured that more than a few of these happen exactly as they were in the dreamscape.

Future dreams measure the will of their weavers.  If a million people were asked the content of their dreams the day preceding an election, the most common dream would not necessarily predict the winner, but be the one wished for with the greatest intent.  The American electoral college system is often maligned, correctly.  However, it can at least create the possibility that the winner is not the candidate who receives the most votes, but the one whose voters had the most confidence.  As the voter provides their ballot, they are asserting that their version of the future is best.  A entire nation of people who don’t deeply believe what they profess to can be superseded by the intractable spirit of a gross of thousands.  Reality adjusts itself to the match the hopes of those who believe with the truest purity.

There must be a principal of reciprocity governing dreams.  The laws of physics state that every action has an equal and positive reaction.  The metaphysical realm of the dreamscape exists in the same universe and inevitably follows the same rules.  If you have a dream about someone that’s so profound that they are in your mind for days after, that person must feel that energy of thought in some consequential manner.  It could empower them, continuing their existence unaware that someone is dreaming and thinking intensely of them.  Or, if you dream of someone then they at some point and in some manner may have to dream of you.  If they recall the dream, you would then be in their thoughts and the exchange will be evened, the transaction completed.  During every human interaction, whether waking or dreamt, energy is exerted, displaced and absorbed.  According to the laws of physics, the amount of energy that exists in the universe is static, so none can be destroyed nor created.  The bully takes energy away from his victim by belittling their confidence and therefore their mind power, however that cannot persist forever.  They may not feel the results of this action immediately, perhaps not for years, but if the victim maintains their integrity, ignoring the negativity thrust upon them, the balance will eventually be restored.  Our dream world resolves itself in the same way, unavoidably and righteously.  

We are often told to follow our dreams, not the stories we see as we slumber, but our greatest ambitions.  If you have a dream, meaning a hope or desire, you are meant to fulfill it by actualizing it in the future.  These are the dreams which occur in our mind's eye during our waking life, rather than those which occur during our sleeping one.  Dreams and ambitions have become so semantically interwoven that each has lost its original meaning.  To dream has come to be defined as hoping, thinking optimistically of the future.  To some, ambitions have become dreams, unattainable fantasies which they will never fulfill, except maybe in the after life.  As a result, the dynamic between waking and sleeping life has been reversed.  People dream as they live and experience reality as they sleep.  That the maxim telling us to follow our dreams references waking life trivializes the quest to realize our night’s actual dreams.  Instead of dreaming of the place at which you have just been, go to the place about which you have just dreamt.  The universe exerts energy to give you future dreams of the proper path to follow.  Actualizing those dreams gives that energy back to universe, completing the cycle and strengthening the cosmic economy. 

It is unclear whether one can have a dream containing a person whom they do not know, personally or indirectly.  Usually, faces in our dreams are familiar, identifiable and logically resulting from their presence in your life.  This suggests that each of the characters in our dreams must belong to real soul.  Other times, the identities of characters in our dreams are unknown.  This, however does not mean they are imaginary people.  Following the rule of reciprocity, they may be dreaming about you because they know you, but you do not know them.  The celebrity or film star, whom you know about, but does not know about you, lies in this category.  You may have a dream in which they are present, however if they dream of you, you are a newly introduced figure.  The way which two people who know each other equally dream about one another must differ fundamentally than the way two people who have an unbalanced familiarity dream of each other.

A person dreams of a chance encounter with a celebrity they like.  They get an autograph, have an interesting conversation, or something else their mind wishes to occur involving that famous person.  These are dreams of an imagined future, in the real world, which may eventually take place.  Sometimes, alternatively, our dreams are not in the real world and not from our own perspective, but like watching a film.  Dreams reflect the most inner wishes of the people weaving them and sometimes all the people want to see is a certain celebrity in a certain role.  Their infinitely powerful subconscious mind writes and directs an entire production for the entertainment of their consciousness.  

Reciprocity is the universal law.  Over the course of years or decades, a million people dream a million dreams, all framed as the same film.  There are differences in the dream from person to person, perhaps a different actor in the lead role, but a common thread prevails.  The celebrities envisioned to be starring in this film are on the other end of the line.  They have a dream also.  In their dream, they are not watching the film.  They are in it.  Then, they wake, recall the dream’s plot and dialogue and record it descriptively, to be manifested subsequently by a film studio.  Hollywood really is a dream factory.  It is not the random confluence of many different contributing benign sources.  They are a secret legion of magic workers.  Systematically, scientifically and methodically, the Illuminati work to turn the dreams of the people into reality.  A computerized dream machine is not necessary.  Each Illuminati member recalls their dreams totally.  They dream together, as one, a collective soul.  Like the people, their dreams are predictive of the future.  The difference is that they are aware of this knowledge and able to actualize the dreams they have in the form of the media which they alone author and control.

Dreams are the manifestation of our mind’s yearning to exert itself, to use its full capacity.  In our dreams, we understand lucidly complex ideas which we might never comprehend while awake. In the dreamscape, we are our true self whom is hidden beneath the facade of our superficiality.  This is how one would live if they thought life was not real, but a fantasy.  They have no lapse in things like confidence, memory or self control because these are concepts which exist in the physical world only.  In dreams, our boundless minds are the only limitation.  So, turning reality into a dream may actually be a useful goal.  Indeed, many believe that dreams and the afterlife are the reality while this, our mortal world is the fantasy.  The Illuminati, by monitoring our dreams and manifesting them into reality, are turning this world into the next.  This astral plane of the universe, the ether, exists amongst our own, simultaneously.  In this scape, the supernatural is natural, the paranormal is normal and supreme mathematics is just mathematics.  To bring this world to ours, the Illuminati instilled in the media something which every person understands succinctly deep within the confines of the 36 chambers of their minds, the architectural, arithmetical plans of universal existence: The Code, The Sacred Alphabet. 

Like life, art, music or math, The Code begins as a simple concept, but never ends.  Every letter corresponds to a number based on its order in the English alphabet.  A.B.C. (1-2-3) goes to X.Y.Z. (24-25-26).  The “3” group of letters are those which contain a multiple of 3 according to their place in the alphabet: C (3), F (6), I (9), M (13), P (16), S (19), W (23) and Z (26).  The majority of all media titles only have the initials of the "3" group, or the “catalyst” group: A (1), B (2), J (10), K (11) and T (20).  According to The Code’s use in the media, the remaining letters are weaker because they are used relatively rarely and not in conjunction with the catalyst group.  This simple form is meant by the Illuminati to gracefully represent the geometry of the universe.

The most popular films are archetypical stories which are dreamt by the people of Earth, full of cliches because they are that with which we are most familiarized.  Some films seem classic or timeless because they are our oldest, strongest dreams.  For instance, it seems like deja vu to watch the films of American director John Hughes because they fulfill the ecstatic dreams of our subconscious, our most intense hopes and concerns, about school, relationships, parenthood, work, life.  In our dream state, we understand The Code completely and thus employ it to title the films which we as a human race write together.  Each of John Hughes' films utilize  "Rule of 3" or employ another interesting use of The Code:

Mr. Mom (1983)
Written by Hughes, M (13) is a "3" letter because its order in the alphabet contains a multiple of 3.  It is solidified in this title by pairing with itself, following the "Rule of 3".

Sixteen Candles (1984)
Hughes' directorial debut displays the simplicity of the code.  S.C. follows the "Rule of 3" as 19-3.  The title could alternatively read as 16-3, which would also follow the same rule.  

The Breakfast Club (1985)
T.B.C. (20-2-3) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letter C (3) with catalysts T (20) and B (2).  Additionally, the pairing B.C. (2-3) is greatly important.  The fraction 2/3 equals .666 repeating, called the "Number of the Beast".  Beginning the title with T (20) strengthens that bond.

Weird Science (1985)
W.S. (23-19) is another initial pairing which follows the "Rule of 3".  It is the same initials as Star Wars, but reversed.  This makes sense because the two films are very different.

Pretty In Pink (1986)
P.I.P. (16-9-16) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters, those which contain a multiple of 3 according to their place in the alphabet.

Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)
F.B.D.O. (6-2-4-15) does not follow the "Rule of 3" entirely, but illustrates a more sophisticated use of the code. F.B. (6-2) is a prominent pairing which does follow the code's main rule as the combination of "3" letter F (6) and catalyst B (2). The presence of an apostrophe in titles such as this adds  additional layers of irony.  In English, ['s] indicates possession, and also means "is". Consequently, this title can alternatively be read "F.B. is D.O.", or "F.B's D.O. [possession]". The code writers treat every single letter, pairing, and group as a poetic object.

The Ferris Bueller poster notably features in large print the phrase "Leisure Rules", a pun disguising the real intended message.  L.R. (12-18) is extremely common because it simplifies to 2/3, .666 repeating, again the "Number of the Beast".

Additionally, a popular slogan from the film was "Save Ferris", the pairing S.F. (19-6) which again follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters.

Planes, Trains And Automobiles (1987)
P.T.A.A. (16-20-1-1) is yet another title which follows the "Rule of 3" simply.  P (16) is a "3" letter because it contains a multiple of 3 according to its place in the alphabet.  It is strengthened by the catalysts T (20) and A (1).

Some Kind of Wonderful (1987)
The word "of" is usually not treated as O (15), but instead implies a correlative relationship between that which it intersects, in this case S.K. (19-11) and W (23).  The suggested statement is "S.K. is part of W".  The group S.K.W. follows the "Rule of 3".  S (19) and W (23) are "3" letters strengthened by K (11), a symbol of super-perfection.

She's Having A Baby (1988)
S.H.A.B. (19-8-1-2) does not follow the "Rule of 3" because of the inclusion of H (8), which is neither a "3" letter nor a catalyst.  S.I.A.B. (19-9-1-2) would follow that rule, however would not as accurately represent the themes of this media piece.  When Harry Met Sally (W.H.M.S., 23-8-13-19) and Hangin' With Mr. Cooper (H.W.M.C., 8-23-13-3) are similar examples of light, comedic works which utilize "3" letters in combination with H.  Every letter symbolizes ideas related to the most important, common words which begin with that letter.  For H (8), those words are Happy, Hope, Haven and Heaven, so its inclusion in these pieces is appropriate.

Uncle Buck (1989)
U (21) is a letter uncommonly used in the code, but not just because it is an uncommon letter to begin English words.  It is part of the non-"3" group of letters which are treated as lesser than the "3" group.  We know that U.B. (21-2) is a pairing which follows the code because of examples like Undercover Boss (show) and the popular bands U2 and UB40, named as such to trivialize the code.

Curly Sue (1991)
Hughes' final film as director again follows the "Rule of 3".  C.S. equals 3-19, both "3" letters.

Dennis The Menace (1993)
Hughes produced this film based on the famous character, which follows the "Rule of 3" as D.T.M. (4-20-13).  The catalysts D (4) and T (20) strengthen the "3" letter M (13).

Baby's Day Out (1994)
Hughes wrote and produced this film of remarkably similar title structure to Ferris Bueller's Day Off, though not a sequel.

New Port South (2001)
Hughes produced this film which remarkably consists of N.P. (14-16) and P.S. (16-19), both of which suggest 666. The units digits 4/6 and 6/9 each simplify to 2/3, or .666 repeating.

Maid In Manhattan (2002)
Similar to Pretty In Pink, another simple example of the "Rule of 3".  M.I.M. equals 13-9-13.

The Code is of course not limited to the use of letters and initials, as it is intrinsically related to numbers.  In order for The Code to elegantly represent universal existence, it has to perfectly combine sacred numerology and with holy linguistics.  In the mass media, numbers included in titles are never meaningless abstractions, but full of unseen ironic meaning, intended to propel our world into an oblivion of fantasy.  In all cases, numbers are adjectives because they are descriptive.  The films 101 Dalmatians (1996) and Miracle on 34th Street (1994), both Hughes adaptations, were chosen because of a consonance between the numbers and letters contained within the title.  It was decided that the adjective “101”, for example, qualified the noun “Dalmatians” appropriately, in the same way that the adjective “delicious” would qualify the noun “meal”.  Another number would make less sense, like qualifying the adjective “delicious” with the noun “saddle”.  There must be an internal agreement within every statement.

It's probable that you’ve seen internet articles titled something like 7 Fatty Foods to Avoid, 6 Best Ways to Enjoy Life or 12 Signs You've Found Your True Love.  As part of the staged mass media, articles like these are designed to subversively program the code.  These headlines were not chosen because of how many items the list called for. They were chosen with extreme purpose, in order to subliminally imply a relationship between the number and the rest of the title, the subject matter.  The statement 7 Ways Which God Touches Us All makes far more sense than 6 Ways Which God Touches Us All because the number 7 is more associated with the idea of God than 6 is.  A headline like 10 Things That Make Us All Perfect has much more truth to it than 6 Things Which Make Us All Perfect because the number 10 is more associated with the idea of perfection.  These sentences translate semantically to "The Ways Which God Touches Us All Are 7" and "The Things Which Make Us All Perfect Are 10".  This method of propaganda teaches the masses numeric symbolism without their recognition.  

The website Buzz Feed (B.F., 2-6), which publishes articles like these, is absolutely under Illuminati control.  This is evident simply due to the exorbitant amount of traffic it receives.  If media you are digesting was widely distributed, that it is only so because the Illuminati chose it to be.  Because they have total and complete control, the Illuminati are able to insert The Sacred Alphabet into everything you see.  Maybe you've also read similarly titled articles written by amateurs, however only Legion authors purposefully connect ideas with numbers.  By instilling this unknown language throughout the media of the entire world, they are working to creating on Earth something like the afterlife, a land of fantasy full of synchronicity.

Many people actually remember none of their dreams.  The mind gives itself what it needs to continue functioning and some people are actually bothered by dreams mitigating the normality of their lives. Those who remember their dreams are able to react to their themes directly, while those who retain nothing are affected by dreams which they cannot recall which are nonetheless present in their subconscious.  People who don’t dream have a different relationship with the universe because they do not directly react to ideas expressed to them in dreams.  They do not exert energy thinking about the entities in their dreams so none is exerted towards them in return.  Still, one cannot hide from the power of their dreams.  If one is not having them, one should consider why.  It’s possible that for some, their dreams are precisely accurate predictions of that day’s events.  Their brain shields them from this incredible, terrifying truth by forgetting them.  Others member of the Illuminati order may be able to tolerate this idea.  The subconscious protects the conscious from things which it is unable to tolerate.  In the same way, the people fail to recognize The Code not because they are unable, but because they are unwilling.  People prefer to live in the coded world because it creates an additional unseen layer of meaning upon a world they may see as devoid otherwise.  The mind is nevertheless capable of rising to the level of whatever challenges it may encounter. 

The importance of The Code in human history cannot be underestimated.  It is the most important thing to ever exist, literally (with words).  The truths it contains will cause us to reevaluate the entire tome of literature.  Its modern use in mass media was purposefully done to reflect the geometry of the universe, but additionally it may have been used subconsciously by the authors of the classic texts.  By learning how it works, you can increase your awareness and expand your world view immensely.  It may cause you to feel as if your reality is becoming a fantasy, or perhaps that your fantasy is becoming real again.  None of us live in the same world.  We all have our own singular conception of existence which is constantly evolving and reacting to that which stimulates us.  The Code has been an active force us all for our entire lives, altering how we live and how we dream.  Understanding this secret is how the world will progress into a new era of prosperity.