Monday, 13 June 2016

What Are Dreams? Why Do We Dream?

Whether we remember them or not, whether they are beautiful dreams that make us feel happy or whether they are nightmares that leave us feeling scared, all of us have dreams of some kind while we are asleep.

Despite many people claiming that they don't dream, it’s actually scientifically impossible not to. The truth is that such people simply just don’t remember their dreams… but they do have them.

Dreaming is a completely natural phenomena which is a necessity for us to be able function correctly and without dreaming our minds would become dysfunctional because they wouldn’t be working properly. Dreams are a way for our minds to efficiently process the information that we are subject to each and every day and are simply just metaphorical representations of our reality.

Whilst many dreams appear to be random or seem to make no sense, if we were to recall the details of a dream whilst in a hypnotic trance, these metaphorical representations would actually make perfect sense to us and we would know their real meaning(s).

Dreaming is an important part of being able to think, recall and remember properly and this is one reason why sleep deprivation can be so dangerous. When people are deprived of sleep for too long, it alters their thinking patterns, adversely affects their memory and causes impairment.

In fact, being deprived of sleep for too long can be extremely dangerous and can, potentially, cause permanent damage or impairment. Sleeping and dreaming are vital to our health.

[ Image from Pixabay – Public Domain – ]

All Songs Contain Subliminal Suggestion

To some, the claim that every single song in existence contains subliminal messages may seem like a ridiculous notion and to others, it may seem completely understandable.

There has, of course, been plenty of controversy over the decades as to whether subliminal messages are being or have been intentionally embedded into certain songs and there have also been several court cases over such issues. Most of us have heard the claim of a record by The Beatles which allegedly states “John is dead” when played backwards.

Additionally, Black Sabbath are an example of one band who have been accused of using one of their songs to intentionally encourage people to commit suicide. The controversy arose over the perceived lyric “I tell you to end your life” in the song Paranoid, although what Ozzy was actually singing was “I tell you to enjoy life”.

Whilst subliminal messages may not be being intentionally placed in most songs, the reality is that the pen is mightier than the sword and that words are extremely powerful. Words program the human mind and vice versa, hence the fields of Psycho-Linguistics and Neuro-Linguistic Programming, and this happens as a result of suggestibility which is a natural human trait built into each and every one of us which is required for the learning process.

Whilst most musicians have no intention of carrying out mind control techniques when creating their songs, the intention behind lyrics is to invoke a particular type of reaction in the listener. Additionally, just as words and lyrics naturally influence the mind, music itself influences the emotions and emotionalized thoughts are by far the most powerful and so when music and words are combined, the end result is something eminently powerful which influences us to a huge degree.

Upbeat music with uplifting lyrics has the power to make us feel on top of the world, whereas slow songs in a minor key with depressing lyrics have the power to make us cry or feel sad and during the process of writing a song, the musician(s) know what reaction they wish to invoke in the listener once the song is complete and this is direct suggestion. The power of suggestion is something which should never ever be underestimated.

Additionally, whether intentional or not, every sentence constructed contains embedded messages which speak directly to the subconscious. For example, the statement do not think of a blue elephant, if you take the first two words away, contains the embedded command think of a blue elephant and so whoever hears or reads it must think of a blue elephant in order to process the statement thereby doing the exact opposite of what they were told to do directly. This is an example of negative suggestion.

For this reason, it’s true that every song ever created contains both direct and subliminal messages.

[ Image from Pixabay – Public Domain – ]

Thursday, 9 June 2016

Microsoft & The Geoengineering Cover-Up

Recently, I visited the MSN home page and whilst scrolling through the page I noticed that there were four different weather reports on the page. Obviously, some of the content on the MSN home page is aggregated whereas some of the content is published directly by MSN.

What I noticed was that all four of the weather reports completely conflicted with each other quite drastically. One was claiming excess heat, another was claiming freezing temperatures, another was warning about floods and the last one was quite mundane. I found this quite ridiculous, so I decided to leave a comment on one of the posts and was surprised to find out what happened when I did.

In my comment I mentioned geoengineering and suggested that there was a cover-up going on. Within less than thirty seconds my comment had been removed from the page! Completely deleted! Being as persistent as I am, I decided to leave another comment and mentioned that my previous comment had been removed. This time, my comment appeared to remain on the page so I left it.

The next morning, I decided to check to see if my comment was still on the page and typed the URL into my browser address bar. What happened next shocked me. Instead of the page with the weather report loading, I was redirected to the MSN home page and then, within a few seconds, a notification popped up on my computer to say that my download had finished... except I hadn't been downloading anything.

I opened up the downloads folder on my computer to find out what was going on and lo and behold, in my download folder was the executable installation file for some tracking software! Needless to say, I deleted the file immediately and performed a thorough scan of my computer. The fact that this even happened tells me that Microsoft must be actively taking part in the geoengineering cover-up and, as it happens, guess who one of the main advocates and funders of geoengineering research is?

Yep, you guessed it: Bill Gates.

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[ Image belongs to me, Marc Hubs (Sparkster) - taken in UK, May 2016 ]