Hang in there, man. Don't let the trolls bite you. Quoting: Isaac Newtown
I record my lucid dreams. Often, I am given names which I look up after awakening.
Just last month, a particularly complicated dream gave me several names to wonder about.
Within seconds of checking on the net, I located a 64-year-old woman in Long Island whose given name, middle name and double-barreled surname all appear on my page of dream notes, as does the name of the restaurant she works at.
I have some relatives currently living in the states and some distant relatives who emigrated and died there, but otherwise no connection. Never been.
Too freaky? Not at all. This stuff happens all the time.
Wow, that's interesting. Do you have any idea as to why that is happening? Have you ever met any of these people?
Well, off and on, I've written down my dreams. By doing so, I have learned to remember my dreams in almost forensic detail. Eventually, I have to stop writing them down because it just takes too long, perhaps an hour, at the start of evey day. Later, I take up the practice again.
I'm very lucky in that I have the time to spend long daily periods in meditation in silent darkness, over many years. This changes how one's brian works, for sure.
I've concluded many things, one of which is that anything is possible; so nothing about (possibly) identifying a complete stranger on the other side of the world, in a lucid dream, makes me concerned or worried. It just happens.
I also firmly believe that we are all connected. If you think about the nature of reality long enough, meditate on it long enough, nothing else makes any sense.
I would love to get in contact with the people I've identified, but it's a ego-driven desire. The other person might be upset or completely freaked out by the experience, and that's an unfair risk to take just to satisfy my own curiousity or vanity.
What I find much more interesting is when I find that there is *nobody* with the name my lucid dream has given me i.e. zero internet hits for that name combination.The fact that I can't find anyone doesn't mean that there is nobody in the world with that name, but even so... It leads me to wonder whether there's an element of the "future" bleeding into the past, when lucid dreaming; that that someone just hasn't been born yet.
I don't know if that answered your question, at all. But I recommend you try writing down your dreams and see where they lead you.