Dreams are worthless gibberish!
The statistics are mounting against this mainstream view of dreams. This summer, the National Dream Center studied how well a collective group could dream the future. Dubbed Project August, dreamers from around the globe participated in what could end up forcing everyone to change how they perceive reality.
The final report is being assembled as we speak, but the results so far suggest that at least 89% of the headlines matched up to the real events with a strikingly high level of accuracy. The protocol for headline predictions involved intentional dreaming and linguistics analysis of those dreams.
114 predictive headlines were made, and over 100 of them “came true” in real life. What’s more is that the statistics are being published this week, with two sections already complete. For example, we now know that the sooner the prediction comes true, the more accurate it tends to be (documentation: http://nationaldreamcenter.com/wp/2014/09/proj-aug-results-section-1-accuracy-vs-time/ )
The researchers also discovered that more accurate predictions come from clear and congruent dream overlaps (Explanation and documentation: http://nationaldreamcenter.com/wp/2014/09/proj-aug-results-section-2-dream-overlap-is-important/ )
Also, the NDC has released all the Project August dreams to the public. What’s particularly interesting is that most of the dream material seems to greatly veer from later reality. In other words, it’s impressive that the team had to try and separate the dream material that was not predictive from the material they thought WAS predictive. Based on the team’s success rate, they apparently did very well in this regard. (Proj Aug Dreams located here: http://www.nationaldreamcenter.com/dreamdb/Proj_Aug_CLOSED )
To view all the headlines and see scores and documentation for those scores, the link is here: http://nationaldreamcenter.com/wp/projects/project-august/reports-and-predictions/proj-aug-headlines/
The NDC built a brand new forum for precognitive dreamers, which includes a trophy case where dreamers can PROVE their precognitive abilities: http://nationaldreamcenter.com/forum/index.php