Can Surveillance Technology Target Dream Comms from God

Willem van Herp often painted Biblical scenes. “Pharaoh’s Dream” hints at how God communicates through dreams. Credit: Both this image of and the painting “Pharaoh’s Dream” by Willem van Herp is public domain and housed in the Royal Collection.
Flemish Baroque painter Willem van Herp (circa 1614-1677) often painted Biblical scenes. “Pharaoh’s Dream” hints at how God communicates through dreams. Only Joseph would be able to interpret the dream because God worked through him. Is the surveillance state jamming our dreams from God? Credit: Both this image of and the painting “Pharaoh’s Dream” by Willem van Herp is public domain and housed in the Royal Collection.

 

God talks to us through dreams. We don’t have to go much beyond Genesis to find plenty of examples of God speaking to both believers and non-believers through dreams. Most prophetic of all is the first: Jacob dreams of a stairway from earth to heaven with angels of the Lord ascending and descending. God stands atop the staircase, promising Jacob the land where he sleeps and many descendants. He also tells Jacob He will never leave him and will always protect him. From there, culturally, we have “Stairway to Heaven,” the rock ’n’ roll classic by Led Zeppelin, whose double-necked-guitar wizard dabbled in black magic—Jimmy Page also had an underage girlfriend—and “Jacob’s Ladder,” the 1990 psychologically scarring horror movie about the government’s mind-bending experiments on Vietnam soldiers through Project MK-Ultra. Go figure.

To be clear, interpreting dreams “is God’s business,” to quote Joseph in Genesis 40:8. God told Joseph in two separate dreams that he would rule over his brothers and parents. Those dreams must have been a comfort to the man as he was trapped by his siblings and sold into slavery. In no way should dream interpreters be lumped in with magicians, enchanters, sorcerers, or astrologers. Pharaoh in Joseph’s time and King Nebuchadnezzar in Daniel’s day both summoned such types to interpret dreams. They always failed. God gives the dreams, and God gives the interpretations through believers, such as Joseph and Daniel.

Through God’s help, Joseph read the ruler’s dreams as being symbolic of seven years of plenty, followed by seven years of famine. Pharaoh was so grateful for the heads-up, he put Joseph in charge of stockpiling during the boom years in order to provide during the lean years. You can read Joseph story and his ability to interpret other dreams in Genesis. Similarly, Daniel was the only one who could interpret Nebuchadnezzar’s dream of a statue as representative of his empire and the others that would topple and follow his. Daniel had the hardest time understanding his own dreams. Ain’t that always the way? But again, God revealed what was hidden to him because Daniel lived out his faith no matter the danger.

There are plenty of books on biblically based dream interpretation; get a few so you can cross-reference. You can also pick up a classic secular dream interpretation book for comparison’s sake. Combined, and recognizing that God will speak to you on your level and through imagery specifically designed for you, dreams can be direct communications from on high. This doesn’t mean that all dreams are from God. Some are just filings of scraps of information that need to be organized each night, especially if you’re suffering from sleep deprivation. Some dreams are from your own subconscious, for better or worse, and should be weighted through God’s word. But, as you mature in your faith, you will know the ones that are direct messages from God. All types of dreams are under assault.

You say you don’t dream. If you’re human, you just don’t remember them. The best way to train yourself to remember your dreams is to do like Daniel and write them down. Only it’s not quite that simple. Don’t open your eyes, turn or lift your head, or switch on lights. Keep a pad and pencil bedside and without moving more than you have to, write down as much as you can recall, even if it’s just keywords, written unevenly and overlapping. If you fall back asleep, you may dream again. Once you’re awake, you can rewrite what you have scribbled and look up each and every element to see how the symbolism ties together for you personally. Give your dream a title, date it, and keep them in a binder or journal. Note what’s going on in real life for context. (I do not recommend doing this online. Writing by hand may not prevent access, but you don’t have to feed the machines digital versions of the inner workings of your subconscious. As far as understanding your dreams, God will reveal what you need to know at the right time. Sometimes you may never look at a dream entry again; other times, you may revisit various themes repeatedly.

And if the boys of “Red Platoon” sat around drinking coffee and discussing exactly how they’d attack their own base at the bottom of a fishbowl of mountains in Afghanistan, and how knocking out the generators that powered the communications would top the list, and how that’s exactly what happened at the outset of the Battle of Kamdesh, then you can bet that’s exactly what is happening in this techno-dystopia we find ourselves inhabiting. If globalists running under the cover of communism want to be your god, then their first objective will be to knock out your communication lines with the one and only God. We can read the bible, go to church, listen to worship music, participate in small group studies, and sometimes God still has to access our subconscious to get our attention. Fear not, though, God can still hear you, so keep praying. And if you don’t want to feed the machine with your prayers, trust the connection of your heart to His.

I’d agree that it all sounds like a Saturday afternoon B-grade sci-fi flick—if we didn’t have Project MK-Ultra as evidence that our government thinks of us as test subjects, to which it does not have to extend informed consent rights. Let’s look at a lawsuit from 1992: John St. Clair Akwei vs. NSA (National Security Agency), Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, case number 92-CV-449, filed 02/20/1992 in U.S. District Court in the District of Columbia (Washington).

“Without any contact with the subject, Remote Neural Monitoring can map out electrical activity from the visual cortex of a subject’s brain and show images from the subject’s brain on a video monitor. NSA operatives see what the surveillance subject’s eyes are seeing. Visual memory can also be seen. RNM can send images direct to the visual cortex, bypassing the eyes and optic nerves. NSA operatives can use this to surreptitiously put images in a surveillance subject’s brain while they are in R.E.M. sleep for brain-programming purposes.”

Say what? Wait. Who is John St. Clair Akwei? Claims to have worked for the NSA and then been targeted by the NSA. OK. What happened to the case? Thrown out by Judge Stanley Sporkin, a President Ronald Reagan appointee. Ten years later, Anthony Forwood wrote an article on a blog titled, Exposing the Truth, Not Just Another Government Conspiracy Research Site. In “Evidence of Remote Neural Monitoring, Or Carefully Planned Disinformation,” Forwood argues that that case was thin and that the entire case seems like disinformation to make our enemies think our Remote Neural Monitoring was more advanced than it actually was. OK. Who is Forwood? Back in 2014, he was mixing it up with Robert Duncan, ex-Central Intelligence Agency neuro scientist, author, and whistleblower on the agency’s neuropsychological and digital no-touch torture and targeting of U.S. citizens. Neither man has a Wikipedia page. Forwood claimed that computers did not have the capacity to store all the data the intelligence agencies were accused of collecting. Joke’s on him. All they need to collect is our emotional response to what they show us, not our every thought. No wonder stoicism is enjoying a resurgence.

This, brothers and sisters, is how you approach information in the age of surveillance. ‘Round and ‘round it goes so that your only hope of coming to a solid understanding on any topic is through endless research through stuff you don’t fully understand and don’t much enjoy learning about. The more you check and verify,  the deeper you’re pulled into the undertow. No problem. We’ll just swim parallel to shore and see where we come out. See, you only get to consume what they want you to see, when they want you to see it. Just look at your YouTube feed if you doubt me. Narrative warfare is raging and because they know we don’t cotton to legacy media, they hit us with the same message from a thousand smaller outlets. They know we’ll see that before we see anything from the mainstream media, and what we see first is what we’ll believe—even if contrary information comes out later. The battle is not for your money, your vote, or even your mind; it’s for your digital enslavement. But whatever. Let’s get out of the rip current.

“Without any contact with the subject, Remote Neural Monitoring can map out electrical activity from the visual cortex of a subject’s brain and show images from the subject’s brain on a video monitor. NSA operatives see what the surveillance subject’s eyes are seeing. Visual memory can also be seen. RNM can send images direct to the visual cortex, bypassing the eyes and optic nerves. NSA operatives can use this to surreptitiously put images in a surveillance subject’s brain while they are in R.E.M. sleep for brain-programming purposes.”

So, are we to believe that the agency with the best computers in the world in the 1960s, hasn’t made what was disinformation in 1992, truth today? It sounds too fantastic. Why would good men within the intelligence community not stand up to this type of evil being perpetrated on U.S. citizens? Why would our government leave African-American men with syphilis to suffer into the 1970s when a cure was known by the 1940s? Why would some states sanction forced sterilization of minorities into the 1970s? Why would our government be mass-testing an experimental vaccine for an illness that is over 99 percent survivable? Why would our government, our military, our psychology profession be pushing sex changes for children shown to grow out of the condition and adults who are not any happier post-transition? Because it can, and it is populated by people who believe we’re all chattel, and that whatever discoveries science makes is far more important than the sovereignty and dignity of the people violated.

You are not allowed to receive dream communications from God. Your handlers will decide what dreams you will have; and if you don’t believe their ham-handed attempts at dream hackery, you will have no dreams. Step one into your lifeless existence under godless communism inside global enslavement. But wait. We’re not supposed to believe that thinking, vision, hearing, smell, motor coordination, and dreaming can be surveilled and controlled from afar. That’s unbelievable. It’s crazy to think that’s possible. And that is how they get away with it.

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2 thoughts on “Can Surveillance Technology Target Dream Comms from God”

  1. No, technology can’t do anything against God speaking to us, unless we leave God. Technology’s ego is no replacement, like they think it is. Anyone who falls for technology and its weaponization is a fool and will pay for their mistake in ways they never thought.
    Governments may try, but they will fail. If they think they are superior to God, the joke will be on them.

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    • Hi Mark: Thanks for taking the time to comment. Here’s a scenario for you to contemplate. Imagine a person who loves God very much and has a deep and very personal relationship with Him. Now imagine that person is electronically enslaved against his will. His dreams are manipulated, his emotions are monitored, and because humans think in words, which can be electronically translated, he is robbed of his imaginings, his daydreams, his inner thoughts. Remember he loves God very much. Is he going to want to feed the AI machine with his prayers? He is not going to want to give that machine anything, not one single thing. If he could shut off his thinking, he would, or he would try. His naturally occurring dreams from God are interrupted and replaced with fake dreams. Oh, and that inner sensation he always got from God to tell him he was on the right path, is now being mimicked by the machine, so he can only assume all of it is fake in order to control his behavior. I know this seems fanciful and, indeed, nightmarish, but I can assure you, it’s absolutely not only feasible, but happening to your fellow Americans. The man has not left God. In fact, the man loves God more each day, but now he strives not to think about Him and only to press his heart in the direction of His Creator. People may not leave God, but they will fight the machine for all they’re worth! De Oppresso Liber! Thank you for taking the time to read and comment. I wish you a blessed day. May God protect you from what I’ve described here.

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