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If you physically with compass draw fruit of life daily. You will regain ability and surpass any previous experience.
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It's easy to control them as dreams are just a form of memeory-replay and thinking.
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Sorry, but that's bullshit. I dream people I've never met in real life. I do things I never did. Everything is completely unknown to me. Memories my ass.
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I didn't say all memories are limited to your waking life.
 Quoting: YouAreDreaming


Right! There is no way to have a serious discussion on these matters if we try to limit our mind, which not one of us has even remotely come to understand and never will in this life. It's unknowable, therefore it's limits are unknowable.

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It's easy to control them as dreams are just a form of memeory-replay and thinking.
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Sorry, but that's bullshit. I dream people I've never met in real life. I do things I never did. Everything is completely unknown to me. Memories my ass.
 Quoting: not_A_number


I didn't say all memories are limited to your waking life.
 Quoting: YouAreDreaming


AH, forgot to mention. I'm 40+ and I dream every night. I even drink to dream less...
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If you physically with compass draw fruit of life daily. You will regain ability and surpass any previous experience.
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Please explain that, is it a metaphor? hf
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Dreams are not a form of memory replay.. How can a nightmare or dying in a dream have anything to do with memory?
Dreams are not even closely related to us, they are given to us, yes, given to us.

OP's dilemma is completely different, he/She is experiencing real time viewing, something lm not familiar with. But l do know this, if you are or have been psychology scarred or hurt by someone it will affect your abilities to leave your body.. OP's capture by the police would have affected him/her mentally, it's not Karma (doesn't exist) it's trauma.
 Quoting: Lazzathegreek


How can you possibly say it doesn't?
 Quoting: Fossy


Because the act of dying or running from a nightmare is a test. It's given to you by entities unknown to science, let me put that another way, covered up by science and TPTB.
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It's easy to control them as dreams are just a form of memeory-replay and thinking.
 Quoting: YouAreDreaming


Sorry, but that's bullshit. I dream people I've never met in real life. I do things I never did. Everything is completely unknown to me. Memories my ass.
 Quoting: not_A_number


I didn't say all memories are limited to your waking life.
 Quoting: YouAreDreaming


AH, forgot to mention. I'm 40+ and I dream every night. I even drink to dream less...
 Quoting: not_A_number


Weed, a few hits at night.... That is why I don't lucid dream anymore. I was having really awful dreams of childhood trauma and I had to do something. I chose not remembering my dreams and it is a very lovely thing to give up... lucid dreaming.
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Dreams are not a form of memory replay.. How can a nightmare or dying in a dream have anything to do with memory?
Dreams are not even closely related to us, they are given to us, yes, given to us.

OP's dilemma is completely different, he/She is experiencing real time viewing, something lm not familiar with. But l do know this, if you are or have been psychology scarred or hurt by someone it will affect your abilities to leave your body.. OP's capture by the police would have affected him/her mentally, it's not Karma (doesn't exist) it's trauma.
 Quoting: Lazzathegreek


How can you possibly say it doesn't?
 Quoting: Fossy


Because the act of dying or running from a nightmare is a test. It's given to you by entities unknown to science, let me put that another way, covered up by science and TPTB.
 Quoting: Lazzathegreek


Well, if you say so. It may be true but I'm not going to believe it without a bit of proof. hf
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Dreams are not a form of memory replay.. How can a nightmare or dying in a dream have anything to do with memory?
Dreams are not even closely related to us, they are given to us, yes, given to us.

OP's dilemma is completely different, he/She is experiencing real time viewing, something lm not familiar with. But l do know this, if you are or have been psychology scarred or hurt by someone it will affect your abilities to leave your body.. OP's capture by the police would have affected him/her mentally, it's not Karma (doesn't exist) it's trauma.
 Quoting: Lazzathegreek


How can you possibly say it doesn't?
 Quoting: Fossy


Because the act of dying or running from a nightmare is a test. It's given to you by entities unknown to science, let me put that another way, covered up by science and TPTB.
 Quoting: Lazzathegreek


Expand on this if you would. hfI have the same type running dreams as the next person I would imagine. Usually I'm trying to get cross country on a childs big wheel while being chased by fire or earthquake and unable to get any damn phone to work. What do you think the test is there? I am asking in all humbleness. Genuinely interested. :)
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Dreams are not a form of memory replay.. How can a nightmare or dying in a dream have anything to do with memory?
Dreams are not even closely related to us, they are given to us, yes, given to us.

OP's dilemma is completely different, he/She is experiencing real time viewing, something lm not familiar with. But l do know this, if you are or have been psychology scarred or hurt by someone it will affect your abilities to leave your body.. OP's capture by the police would have affected him/her mentally, it's not Karma (doesn't exist) it's trauma.
 Quoting: Lazzathegreek


How can you possibly say it doesn't?
 Quoting: Fossy


Because the act of dying or running from a nightmare is a test. It's given to you by entities unknown to science, let me put that another way, covered up by science and TPTB.
 Quoting: Lazzathegreek


Well, if you say so. It may be true but I'm not going to believe it without a bit of proof. hf
 Quoting: Fossy


The infrastructure supplied to you in your dream is not yours, even your avatar is not yours. The simplest way to prove this is to look for your hands, they will not be yours.
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Dreams are not a form of memory replay.. How can a nightmare or dying in a dream have anything to do with memory?
Dreams are not even closely related to us, they are given to us, yes, given to us.

OP's dilemma is completely different, he/She is experiencing real time viewing, something lm not familiar with. But l do know this, if you are or have been psychology scarred or hurt by someone it will affect your abilities to leave your body.. OP's capture by the police would have affected him/her mentally, it's not Karma (doesn't exist) it's trauma.
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Well, considering the studies on Rats and even Humans show that we produce place-cells and time-cells in the hippocampus that replay during NREM1 and I've experienced memory consolidation many times in my own dreams I'll state again that the research shows memory-replay is a part of dreaming.

That said, we also know dreams are episodic, semantic, spatial, sensory and temporal replay.

In the case of other experiences outside of your waking life that stems from the semantic quality of dreams that can reflect other aspects of your character.

I also know the memories we have in replay are not exclusive to just our waking life but that's for you to sort out in your own dreams what that means.
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Dreams are not a form of memory replay.. How can a nightmare or dying in a dream have anything to do with memory?
Dreams are not even closely related to us, they are given to us, yes, given to us.

OP's dilemma is completely different, he/She is experiencing real time viewing, something lm not familiar with. But l do know this, if you are or have been psychology scarred or hurt by someone it will affect your abilities to leave your body.. OP's capture by the police would have affected him/her mentally, it's not Karma (doesn't exist) it's trauma.
 Quoting: Lazzathegreek


How can you possibly say it doesn't?
 Quoting: Fossy


Because the act of dying or running from a nightmare is a test. It's given to you by entities unknown to science, let me put that another way, covered up by science and TPTB.
 Quoting: Lazzathegreek


Expand on this if you would. hfI have the same type running dreams as the next person I would imagine. Usually I'm trying to get cross country on a childs big wheel while being chased by fire or earthquake and unable to get any damn phone to work. What do you think the test is there? I am asking in all humbleness. Genuinely interested. :)
 Quoting: Fossy


You are being shown a lesson, you can only act 2 ways run, which most do or turn and face it.. when you turn and face whatever it is chasing you, your whole perception of dreaming will change... you have know conquered a test, until you do that, you will never progress.
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Dreams are not a form of memory replay.. How can a nightmare or dying in a dream have anything to do with memory?
Dreams are not even closely related to us, they are given to us, yes, given to us.

OP's dilemma is completely different, he/She is experiencing real time viewing, something lm not familiar with. But l do know this, if you are or have been psychology scarred or hurt by someone it will affect your abilities to leave your body.. OP's capture by the police would have affected him/her mentally, it's not Karma (doesn't exist) it's trauma.
 Quoting: Lazzathegreek


Well, considering the studies on Rats and even Humans show that we produce place-cells and time-cells in the hippocampus that replay during NREM1 and I've experienced memory consolidation many times in my own dreams I'll state again that the research shows memory-replay is a part of dreaming.

That said, we also know dreams are episodic, semantic, spatial, sensory and temporal replay.

In the case of other experiences outside of your waking life that stems from the semantic quality of dreams that can reflect other aspects of your character.

I also know the memories we have in replay are not exclusive to just our waking life but that's for you to sort out in your own dreams what that means.
 Quoting: YouAreDreaming


Apologize, can't find you're original statement, but are saying NOT to take Melatonin?
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Dreams are not a form of memory replay.. How can a nightmare or dying in a dream have anything to do with memory?
Dreams are not even closely related to us, they are given to us, yes, given to us.

OP's dilemma is completely different, he/She is experiencing real time viewing, something lm not familiar with. But l do know this, if you are or have been psychology scarred or hurt by someone it will affect your abilities to leave your body.. OP's capture by the police would have affected him/her mentally, it's not Karma (doesn't exist) it's trauma.
 Quoting: Lazzathegreek


Well, considering the studies on Rats and even Humans show that we produce place-cells and time-cells in the hippocampus that replay during NREM1 and I've experienced memory consolidation many times in my own dreams I'll state again that the research shows memory-replay is a part of dreaming.

That said, we also know dreams are episodic, semantic, spatial, sensory and temporal replay.


In the case of other experiences outside of your waking life that stems from the semantic quality of dreams that can reflect other aspects of your character.

I also know the memories we have in replay are not exclusive to just our waking life but that's for you to sort out in your own dreams what that means.
 Quoting: YouAreDreaming


I knew at some point you were going to use the word "episode" a psychiatric terminology designed to administer drugs.
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Sorry, but that's bullshit. I dream people I've never met in real life. I do things I never did. Everything is completely unknown to me. Memories my ass.
 Quoting: not_A_number


I didn't say all memories are limited to your waking life.
 Quoting: YouAreDreaming


AH, forgot to mention. I'm 40+ and I dream every night. I even drink to dream less...
 Quoting: not_A_number


Weed, a few hits at night.... That is why I don't lucid dream anymore. I was having really awful dreams of childhood trauma and I had to do something. I chose not remembering my dreams and it is a very lovely thing to give up... lucid dreaming.
 Quoting: Fossy


Nightmares and fears are part of dreaming but do not have to be everything we dream about obviously. We can overcome our nightmares in our dreams, weed the garden so to speak. But it's an active skill and requires getting involved in that idea to accomplish that goal.

Here are some reviews from people who completed my Overcoming Fear and Nightmare course, their words not mine what you can do while releasing from the past baggage so it doesn't become the present issues:

#1
Faced All My Negative Psychological Inhibitors Successfully!

In this course i learned i really had some negative psychological inhibitors to confront and i did so by replacing them with positive ones while aware in the dream. Also, noted i had some anxiety and PTSD from childhood trauma which i overcame through dreaming. Even if you do not have nightmares this course can and will benefit your dream experiences, what better way to deal with psychological issues than dealing with them in your dream state, It far outweighs heading to the doctor for treatment. I found a remarkable improvement in my waking life as well. This course is highly recommended for every person, especially considering the conditions we are facing in the world today.

#2
Set aside your fears

The course had a lot of great information to help come to terms with and release some of your fears.

I’ve not been having ghost and monster dreams of late. I have been letting some negative psychology spill over into my dreams. I’m no longer running away from these dreams which I think is a positive step.

Completing the course modules has had me take action and that helped me align with some self help study I’ve raked through in the past.

Progressing through this one shows you how you utilize access some positive self influence to act out within your dreams.
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How can you possibly say it doesn't?
 Quoting: Fossy


Because the act of dying or running from a nightmare is a test. It's given to you by entities unknown to science, let me put that another way, covered up by science and TPTB.
 Quoting: Lazzathegreek


Well, if you say so. It may be true but I'm not going to believe it without a bit of proof. hf
 Quoting: Fossy


The infrastructure supplied to you in your dream is not yours, even your avatar is not yours. The simplest way to prove this is to look for your hands, they will not be yours.
 Quoting: Lazzathegreek


Disagree. I have changed my clothing many times in my lucid state, seen all of my body except my face.
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Because the act of dying or running from a nightmare is a test. It's given to you by entities unknown to science, let me put that another way, covered up by science and TPTB.
 Quoting: Lazzathegreek


Well, if you say so. It may be true but I'm not going to believe it without a bit of proof. hf
 Quoting: Fossy


The infrastructure supplied to you in your dream is not yours, even your avatar is not yours. The simplest way to prove this is to look for your hands, they will not be yours.
 Quoting: Lazzathegreek


Disagree. I have changed my clothing many times in my lucid state, seen all of my body except my face.
 Quoting: Fossy


Stay on the weed then.
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Apologize, can't find you're original statement, but are saying NOT to take Melatonin?
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It's known that short-term use has the least consequences but long-term use will produce dependency as it can affect natural melatonin production. People who should use it are those already affected by low melatonin production.

Otherwise, just learning how to sleep and dream naturally can be superior. Lot's of ways to overcome insomnia with techniques for sleep such as PMR (physical muscle relaxation) or TMM (The Military Method).

Always best to go about it naturally if one can is all... supplement only when everything else fails but that can mean removing things like caffeine or other stimulants before sleep.
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I didn't say all memories are limited to your waking life.
 Quoting: YouAreDreaming


AH, forgot to mention. I'm 40+ and I dream every night. I even drink to dream less...
 Quoting: not_A_number


Weed, a few hits at night.... That is why I don't lucid dream anymore. I was having really awful dreams of childhood trauma and I had to do something. I chose not remembering my dreams and it is a very lovely thing to give up... lucid dreaming.
 Quoting: Fossy


Nightmares and fears are part of dreaming but do not have to be everything we dream about obviously. We can overcome our nightmares in our dreams, weed the garden so to speak. But it's an active skill and requires getting involved in that idea to accomplish that goal.

Here are some reviews from people who completed my Overcoming Fear and Nightmare course, their words not mine what you can do while releasing from the past baggage so it doesn't become the present issues:

#1
Faced All My Negative Psychological Inhibitors Successfully!

In this course i learned i really had some negative psychological inhibitors to confront and i did so by replacing them with positive ones while aware in the dream. Also, noted i had some anxiety and PTSD from childhood trauma which i overcame through dreaming. Even if you do not have nightmares this course can and will benefit your dream experiences, what better way to deal with psychological issues than dealing with them in your dream state, It far outweighs heading to the doctor for treatment. I found a remarkable improvement in my waking life as well. This course is highly recommended for every person, especially considering the conditions we are facing in the world today.

#2
Set aside your fears

The course had a lot of great information to help come to terms with and release some of your fears.

I’ve not been having ghost and monster dreams of late. I have been letting some negative psychology spill over into my dreams. I’m no longer running away from these dreams which I think is a positive step.

Completing the course modules has had me take action and that helped me align with some self help study I’ve raked through in the past.

Progressing through this one shows you how you utilize access some positive self influence to act out within your dreams.
 Quoting: YouAreDreaming

Those dreams I have are not scary. I am not in any way lucid either. They are of a sexual nature and when I wake up I want to puke. chuckle I don't want to work on them or revisit them or anything. I will take forgetfulness. It sounds like you do some helpful work with people though. hf
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I knew at some point you were going to use the word "episode" a psychiatric terminology designed to administer drugs.
 Quoting: Lazzathegreek


In this context, it means events or episodes in your life as part of a dream replay. A good example can be a reoccurring PSTD trauma would be an episodic dream. Nothing to do with drugs, just a label for the episodes in our dream content.
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If you physically with compass draw fruit of life daily. You will regain ability and surpass any previous experience.
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Please explain that, is it a metaphor? hf
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Just try that and see what it can do for you.

Think about it.
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Well, if you say so. It may be true but I'm not going to believe it without a bit of proof. hf
 Quoting: Fossy


The infrastructure supplied to you in your dream is not yours, even your avatar is not yours. The simplest way to prove this is to look for your hands, they will not be yours.
 Quoting: Lazzathegreek


Disagree. I have changed my clothing many times in my lucid state, seen all of my body except my face.
 Quoting: Fossy


Stay on the weed then.
 Quoting: Lazzathegreek


What is that supposed to mean? You disregard my experiences because they don't align with yours? ffs. I can see you're not as enlightened as you think you are.
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If you physically with compass draw fruit of life daily. You will regain ability and surpass any previous experience.
 Quoting: SP1R1T 80M8


Please explain that, is it a metaphor? hf
 Quoting: Fossy


Just try that and see what it can do for you.

Think about it.
 Quoting: SP1R1T 80M8


Well, maybe sometime. I am writing a lot at the moment and I am spending too much time on glp as it is. hf
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Apologize, can't find you're original statement, but are saying NOT to take Melatonin?
 Quoting: here&back


It's known that short-term use has the least consequences but long-term use will produce dependency as it can affect natural melatonin production. People who should use it are those already affected by low melatonin production.

Otherwise, just learning how to sleep and dream naturally can be superior. Lot's of ways to overcome insomnia with techniques for sleep such as PMR (physical muscle relaxation) or TMM (The Military Method).

Always best to go about it naturally if one can is all... supplement only when everything else fails but that can mean removing things like caffeine or other stimulants before sleep.
 Quoting: YouAreDreaming


Ok, thanks. That's what I do, but if you read about melatonin on the net, they say take it everyday . . .
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The infrastructure supplied to you in your dream is not yours, even your avatar is not yours. The simplest way to prove this is to look for your hands, they will not be yours.
 Quoting: Lazzathegreek


Disagree. I have changed my clothing many times in my lucid state, seen all of my body except my face.
 Quoting: Fossy


Stay on the weed then.
 Quoting: Lazzathegreek


What is that supposed to mean? You disregard my experiences because they don't align with yours? ffs. I can see you're not as enlightened as you think you are.
 Quoting: Fossy


You said earlier that you drink or smoke weed to avoid the dreams,please correct me if lm wrong?
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Also when i was younger..
i had like 30 differents dreams scenarios
in with a gust of wind insanely strong
suddenly push me back , hard enough
to make me fly of the ground.. hurricane
kind of wind,.. very strange
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What makes dreaming so much fun is the realism of the dream experience. When we are in a dream, it can appear as real as our waking life but without the constraints of physical rules as dreaming isn't a physical system rather it's entirely cognitive where the mind is rendering out a virtual reality for us to have 'what if' scenarios. And yes we can fly, teleport, walk through walls, simulate anything limited by our imagination and skill while in this medium of self-expression.

For those who develop and participate in their 3-5 dreams, they get to have a second-life experience with different perspectives and experiences you'll never have while awake because you are dreamer. The architect of your own dream experiences.
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Do you ever get pulled out of a realism dream and into another dimension that is even realer than waking life? Some that can, can only last within it for few minutes that are not from there.
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Those dreams I have are not scary. I am not in any way lucid either. They are of a sexual nature and when I wake up I want to puke. chuckle I don't want to work on them or revisit them or anything. I will take forgetfulness. It sounds like you do some helpful work with people though. hf
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The wildness of our subconscious is where I pool all of the shit dreams we don't want to have but are having. Because the vast majority of people are passive dreamers they don't have any skills in dreaming to address negative dream content while in a negative dream. That comes with knowing how to change your dreams or control them which is a learned skill.

What I do is teach how to program your own dream content as a dream artist knowing it's in learning this ability to organize and shape your thoughts into desired dream experiences is a skill that emerges in resolving these past-negative patterns we want to prune from oneself.

The person with the PSTD trauma resolving it through dreaming wasn't offered that result in the course because this area is not yet fully scientifically accepted although it's known that dreaming can help resolve many psychological traumas. So I engineered the course with that in mind but not claimed that it will be the cure-all many would want.

It's nice when you can turn the tide on the wildness of the subconscious and actually have the ability not to consent to certain undesired dream simulations. Usually, once we opt out or replace them they just go away but can sometimes resurface if the embedded pattern is still lingering but often by that point it's not as intense or deep.

Although I know positive dreaming can be beneficial to our mental health I also know negative dreaming can be bad for our mental health but we can't get rid of the negative if we keep letting it build up and fester without resolution and release. It always is there until we let it go and resolve it sadly.

Even at 49 I have to monitor my influences and do house-cleaning in my own dreams because life kicks hard sometimes even for me.
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Weed makes dreaming stop. I dream very vivid lucid dreams every night. When I used to smoke weed I would have maybe 1 or 2 week. After I stopped my dreams came back to a daily thing. Each is different but I can say that I am almost certain it takes your dreams away.
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I'm sorry but your indoctrinated views on dreaming aren't even close.
By the way, this person is remote viewing not dreaming.
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Here's a picture of me (on the right) hanging out with Joseph McMoneagle retired US army intelligence officer with 40 years of remote viewing.

[link to youaredreaming.org (secure)]

And guess what, Joe learned something from me that no one in his entire career in this field knew. Something that went way beyond his remote-viewing training. Something he had experience with but never talked about with anyone.

To find I went further into it than he.

Hmm... what I know that you do not would shock you but I have no ego rather just presenting there is more here than you realize at the end of the keyboard in terms of real applicable knowledge.

I've also been written about and my work has been used in a couple of University studies and I could have been involved in the US military psychic research but declined decades ago, as well as another organization that I won't mention that wanted me but also declined.

I prefer the lone-wolf student of reality path for so many obvious reasons.
 Quoting: YouAreDreaming


[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

Of other psychics, he says that "Ninety-eight percent of the people are kooks."[13]


True lol





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