Dream telepathy suggests that humans have the ability to communicate telepathically while dreaming. This isn’t a new concept, as scientific interest in telepathy dates back to the founding fathers of psychoanalytic movement.
For example, Freud looked at the implications of telepathy on psychoanalytic thought and he also considered dream telepathy, or the influence that telepathy has over the thought of dreaming on several occasions. Carl Jung believed in this telepathic hypothesis without question, and even developed a theoretical system explaining the “paranormal” events of the nature of this ability.
“The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.” – Nikola Tesla
Dr. Stanley Krippner, a professor of psychology at Saybrook University in California says: A wealth of anecdotal and clinical material exist which supports the possibility of telepathic effects occurring in dreams (Krippner, 1974).
However, an experimental approach to the topic did not become possible until psycho physiological laboratory technology became available. It was discovered that sleeping research participants awakened from periods of rapid eye movement (REM) activity were frequently able to recall dream episodes.
As a result, it was possible to request a “telepathic receiver” to attempt dreaming about a target stimulus that was being focused on in a distant location from a “telepathic sender.”
Experiments and Results
In the middle of the 1960s, Montague Ullman, MD, ran a number of various experiments at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York, in order to test the hypothesis that people could be induced to dream about randomly selected objects and material.
In other words, they could choose what they wanted to dream about before going to sleep, including anything from artwork to photographs, movies, real life events and so on.
The experiments spanned for more than 10 years, and actually yielded significant results.During the experiments, there was a ‘telepathic sender’ and a ‘telepathic receiver’.
They were introduced shortly before the experiment began and were placed in different rooms in which they slept. The sender had an envelope waiting for them in the room, which was a drawing or a picture, which they had to dream about.
The receivers were purposely awakened after reaching the REM (Rapid Eye Movement) phase, so the researchers could make a dream report.
A Very Profound and Significant Session
A very memorable and profound session of the dream telepathy experiment took place when the art print in the envelope was “School of Dance” by Edgar Degas, in which it depicts several young women in a dancing class.
According to Krippner, the receivers dream reports included phrases such as “I was in a class made up of maybe half a dozen people, it felt like a school”, and “There was one little girl that was trying to dance with me.” These results were fascinating, and the thought that a person can influence someone else’s dreams was a gateway to many paths.
Although we might not fully understand the process of transferring the information yet, and also we can’t see the transfer taking place, there is definitely proof of it happening. When exanimating scientific studies, it is quite common that a parapsychological phenomenon occurs; we know that it does, but we don’t know how.
Another significant session occurred during Krippner and Ullman’s sessions on March 15th, 1970. In this session, a large group of people at a Holy Modal Rounders rock concert was selected to telepathically send something. A local media artist named Jean Millay was in charge of readying the telepathic sender for ‘target preparation’.
She had help from the Lidd Light Company, a group of artists responsible for the light show at the concert. Millay addressed the audience in a brief verbal set of directions and positions before the image was flashed on the large screen that the telepathic senders were looking at.
There was a projection of a color film about eagles and their nesting habits, and information about birds from around the world. This all happened at the same time while the song “If you want to be a bird” was playing at the concert.
There were five volunteer telepathic receiver in this experiment, all located within a 100-mile radius from the telepathic senders. The receivers were told of the concerts location and were told to record their images at midnight, since that was when they would receive the material.
According to Krippner: One “telepathic receiver,” Helen Andrews, had the impression of “something mythological, like a griffin or a phoenix.” The second, third, and fourth research participants reported images of “a snake”, “grapes”, and “an embryo in flames”.
The fifth participant was Richie Havens, the celebrated American singer and recording artist, who reported closing his eyes at midnight and visualizing “a number of sea gulls flying over water”. Both Mr. Havens’ and Ms. Andrews’ reports represented direct correspondences with the target material.
In addition, more remarkable results were seen when the rock group Grateful Dead also volunteered to participate in the dream telepathy session over a span of six night’s total. The results are published by the American Psychological Association.
The following instructions were given to the participants:
- You are about to participate in an ESP experiment.
- In a few seconds you will see a picture.
- Try using your ESP to “send” this picture to the receiver.
- The receiver will try to dream about this picture. Try to “send” it to them.
- Then, receivers will be made aware of the sender’s location.
Any Possible Explanations?
Quantum physics might have shed some light on the vast interconnectedness of everything in the universe. A possible answer to this is quantum entanglement.
Consider two electrons that were created together. If you send one on the other side of the universe, the second one will instantly respond, regardless of the distance between them.
This is one way to interpret how everything in the universe is connected to something in some way. Einstein called it “spooky actions at a distance”.
The fact of the matter is that we have no explanations on how this works as of yet. The researchers involved were only able to observe and record what was currently taking place, again that being a very common parapsychological phenomenon.
At the same time, while these dream experiments were done, there is a completely different and altered state of ‘reality’ we know nothing about. It is a separate world, a world in which we are “awake”.
Parapsychological Phenomena Have Been Proven and Documented All Over the World
A PSI, parapsychological phenomena have been studies, observed, documented and proven, time and time again, by multiple renowned scientists in laboratories all around the world. The Department of Defense has a huge interest in this subject for years, yet the scientific study of it is concealed from the public and even universities and mainstream science, and it is not fair nor right.