The eyes are useless when the mind is blind…
Dreamb0t retweets a portion of the dreams collected from twitter for your enjoyment. It’s a view into our collective unconscious–albeit certainly one distorted by technical limitations of a service like twitter.
Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions at @hackdeeper.
Hope you enjoy.
We are witnessing the first significant spike of 2015 in social dream language, and it one of the largest observed yet.
The number of dreams about the pope is off the charts.
I’ll be completely honest: what this means, I have no sweet clue, but it is the clearest indicator I’ve seen in a while.
The pope is making headlines today by stating that Catholics need not, in fact, reproduce like rabbits, speaking rather directly to the depopulation agenda. He made other headlines today by saying that man continuously slaps nature in the face.
These aren’t altogether that crazy for Pope Francis; this is a guy who is advancing the agenda of the controllers constantly: on baptizing aliens, unifying all religions, and pretty much anything else you can imagine.
But for some reason, the last 3 days have seen an unprecedented increase in dream activity involving the pontiff. There are literally too many to include in this post, but just for a quick sampling of those within the last 24 hours, take a look:
DREAMT OF THE POPE!! 😱 Not seeing him in person, but getting the chance to see and take a selfie with him in my dreams is enough!! Ahhh ❤
— Dana✖ (@thedanadiaries) January 19, 2015
I dreamt of Pope Francis, and that we were talking.
— Iggy Azaleah (@azaleahtan) January 19, 2015
Dreamt that I got to meet the pope and that he rode in our car :))))
— Lou Gonzalez (@louloubuuurrr) January 19, 2015
dreamt of crying in front of pope and hugging him so tight! have a safe flight, @Pontifex! thanks for giving us hope 🙏 LOVE YOU ❤️
— Jen Macahilig (@bjmpz) January 19, 2015
I dreamt of meeting Pope Francis and hugging him last night. And now I'm feeling sorry for myself for missing the chance to see him
— Cristy ❤ (@TaylorUnicorn13) January 19, 2015
Last night I dreamt I became friends with the pope whilst he was in Newquay hahaha
— Tegrin (@tegan078) January 19, 2015
So last night i dreamt i was making grilled cheese sandwich using a flatiron for the pope. Lol
— Binsent Ban Gow (@sChriszophrenic) January 20, 2015
Dreamt of getting in line again to see the pope and yes, I saw him. He's near me and he smiled and waved at me. Wow, answered prayer I guess
— Prl. (@PrlAlivia) January 18, 2015
I dreamt of the Pope 😍😭😭
— k (@kirsteynnn) January 18, 2015
I dreamt of the Pope! :))))
— S A M (@ahtnamasesor) January 18, 2015
Dreamt of grandpa, the pope and my future… please let it be a sign!! 🙌
— Aina Callos (@AinaCallos) January 18, 2015
Any thoughts on what this might mean? Get in touch.
Frequently in my posts I refer to newsmaps as a quick visualization of the headlines coming out of western media (see here, here, and here). These provide great insight into what the corporate media is feeding the collective unconscious on a given day.
The newsmap site, available at newsmap.jp, uses the data from google news to render boxes representing the current headlines. The larger a box is, the more people are reading it (it’s called a treemap, and can be a very effective visualization for some data). The site is available for a number of countries (see below), allowing one to quickly get an idea of what is being served up throughout western media.
There is, however, no mechanism in the tool to go “back in time” and view a newsmap from a previous date: it pulls from google news, and renders what it gets.
Several years ago as an art project I began taking a daily screenshot of the newsmaps from 15 different countries and uploading these images to flickr. As my understanding of reality has deepened, though, this data has evolved into a powerful tool, used to watch over time as the media engine feeds memes and symbols into our collective awareness, impacts our psyche, and then flushes each event down the memory hole by introducing a new trauma. To the right, you can see that today’s newsmap from France is dominated by the Charlie Hebdo attack, even as Asia Air fades away.
The 15 international perspectives the tool affords on the western media are the following:
- New Zealand
- United Kingdom
- United States
Like the dream data, I firmly believe this data needs to be available to all of us. Knowledge is, after all, power — the more of us that are aware of the subliminals and predictive programming that permeates the media, the less effective the dark cabal of social engineers will be at manifesting their desired reality.
So spread the word.