Precognitive dreaming is a real and a natural phenomenon. It has nothing to do with faulty memory, self-deception or the supernatural. It’s all a matter of accurate pattern matching over a lengthy period of time.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) April 07, 2013
WeirdDreams.org presents a core of dream records collected over a period of eleven nights and then cross-references these with the subsequent corresponding time-line matches.
While there are many websites with essays on precognitive dreaming, there is not one such as this - a comprehensive case study that presents credible substantiation of the phenomena of precognitive dreaming using dream records and documents contemporary to the time-period of the matching events.
With this presentation, the evolution of a dream theory in the making can be witnessed.
The new website: http://www.weirddreams.org, is run by an insightful precognitive dreamer with seventeen years’ experience in precognitive dreaming. Using primary sources, it is designed to educate people on how the symbols found in dreams can arise from future metaphor-rich conversations, email exchanges and other similes. These unanticipated matches and story twists also serve to debunk the standard retro-fit explanations The Skeptic Movement proffers for the phenomena.
Lisa Sinervo, Author of WeirdDreamsOrg, commented: "Precognitive dreaming is a real and a natural phenomenon. It has nothing to do with faulty memory, self-deception or the supernatural. I wasn't a believer myself until I noticed the matching correlation between my dream content and a series of misadventures happening to an eccentric I met two years after writing down my dreams. The statistical improbability of these matches is what's motivated me to investigate. Being very familiar with the experience of precognitive dreaming, I was able to apply already accepted laws of physics and basic principles of neuroscience to posit a model for precognitive dreaming. It’s all a matter of accurate pattern matching over a lengthy period of time."
The website is a true resource for dream researchers, skeptics and fellow precognitive dreamers who seek to gain a greater understanding of the experience of precognitive dreaming and an answer to why people believe weird things.
To view the new website, please visit http://www.weirddreams.org
About The Case Study
WeirdDreams.org is a self-contained noncommercial/advertising free website dedicated to presenting a case study and a model to support the existence of precognitive dreaming. Run by a precognitive dreamer who's tired of Skeptics telling her she's "just bad at math", the site features scans of the original dream records, correspondence at the time the matches became evident, a rogues' gallery of characters and an inspiring story that may or may not end well.