by David Icke
23 December 2011
Electroencephalography (EEG) recordings of neuron activity confirm
that the brain is very active during rapid eye movement and yet this
is the period when people are most difficult to wake up.
Thus, it is known as ‘paradoxical
... We know so little about what happens in the deeper levels of
sleep and non-conscious states in general, as in ‘sub-conscious’.
Yet I contend that these are the realms of awareness that drive
‘conscious’ human perception and behavior.
These ‘non-conscious’ levels are also
where humans are ‘accessed’ by the multidimensional Control System
and we should remember that so-called ‘sub-conscious’ and
‘non-conscious’ levels are actually conscious - everything is.
They are just not conscious to what we
call the conscious mind, the one that we are aware of during
operate across multiple levels of reality and we are conscious
in all of them. Do we dream in sleep or do we dream when we are
‘awake’? I would say both. It is just that this dream is more vivid
and ‘real’ to us at the level of the perception experience known as
the conscious mind.
So am I ‘dreaming’ a bird in the sky, or,
Is the bird dreaming me?
Do these ‘butterflies’ and ‘moths’ exist in
the frequency range of my conscious mind, or are they something that
I decode in another dimension of reality which ‘bleed’ through in my
sleep-state decoding process into this reality for a few seconds
before they fade and dissolve as my conscious mind kicks it and
locks fully into ‘awaked’ reality?
I have often experienced a loud ‘bang’ at the end of a dream and
then another loud bang a second later as I open my eyes in this
I have the feeling of crossing through
something when this happens. The human body-mind is a potential
interface or gateway between many dimensions of reality and can
bring through phenomena from one reality to another.
It is also the case that electromagnetic
projections from another reality into the realm of the conscious
mind can do the same.