Fragments 3 of 3 – This Is Where Future Information Comes From

This post builds on two earlier articles,  the first being:  “How do we know things before they happen”, and the second being, “Proof That The Future is Written In The Past”. They were created to show the value of Unstructured Data and Pattern Recognition in relation to future events. Now we’re going to focus on a question that’s been repeatedly asked of me, “Where are they getting this information?”.

The previous articles treated this question as more of a distraction since knowing where the data comes from is less valuable than knowing what the data is or how to find it but curiosity demands an answer. 

To make this more coherent let’s start with a full description of the process and then hear from an eyewitness.

Keep in mind that eyewitnesses describe things from their perspective, so the key is to use the process I give you to filter what is being said so you can see how they gained access to the information.

The Process:

An individual accesses an information stream and is exposed to bits of data. They may transcribe the data into an acceptable format which can then be distributed to other individuals. Do not focus on who the people are or what they believe because it has no bearing on how the system works.

Let’s unpack this:

The Individual: Anyone regardless of profession, beliefs, health, etc. The person can be from any time period and from any location.

The Information Stream: It is simply data, nothing more or less than that. The information can cover any topic, in any language and in any format.

Data Transcription: Individuals experience the stream then transcribe the information into a format they favor, such as a song, poem, story, painting, sculpture you name it.

Distribution: Word of mouth, blogs, social sites, you name it. Individuals with more resources distribute via movies, tv shows, lectures, etc.

Most individuals are not aware they accessed the stream or even that they have detailed information about future or past events.

Let’s hear from an actual eyewitness:

A fictional book called “THE TITAN” published in 1898 provided detailed information 14 years in advance about a real ship named “THE TITANIC” that sank in 1912. You can learn more here if needed from an earlier article I published.

Morgan Robertson provided a fair amount of rare insight with the following:

As to the motif of my story, I merely tried to write a good story with no idea of being a prophet. But, as in other stories of mine, and in the work of other and better writers, coming discoveries and events have been anticipated. I do not doubt that it is because all creative workers get into a hypnoid, telepathic and percipient condition, in which, while apparently awake, they are half asleep, and tap, not only the better-informed minds of others but the subliminal realm of unknown facts. Some, as you know, believe that in this realm there is no such thing as Time, and the fact that a long dream can occur in an instant of time gives color to it, and partly explains prophecy.”

Although he did not intentionally attempt to access future information he did, however, think it was natural for creative people to do so. To be clear, this is evidence from a man who accurately predicted the future in a fictional story.

The Individual: Morgan Robertson.

Accesses The Stream: He was writing a book and during the process of deep concentration he began to observe things in his mind.

Transcribes: He wrote down in detail what he observed during his creative process.

Distributes: He then published his experience as a fictional book.

  • Creative Concentration
  • Mental Observation
  • Note Taking
  • Distribution

More Eyewitnesses:

Philip K Dick, (Famous Writer), went public about what he was experiencing and where he was getting the information in his books which were predicting future events in fictional stories.

He was famously prone to hallucinations and paranoid delusions, his visions revealed that his son had a fatal birth defect. Doctors successfully saved his son’s life, but only after Dick told them where and what to look for. Philip thought that higher powers were uploading volumes of sacred knowledge into his brain via pink laser beams.

He predicted, (in fictional writing), the development of DNA modification, a nuclear accident in the U.S.S.R. (Chernobyl happened in 1986), AI, and computers used by ordinary citizens (a radical idea at the time).

Again we see an individual who enters his mind into a state of “Creative Concentration” and then accesses the stream to gain information.

Let’s See It Happen In Real Time:

Daniel Paul Tammet: Here we see a much faster connection where the individual can concentrate for a shorter period of time and then provide the requested information. Notice how what he describes is similar to what Phillip K Dick described.

Less Obvious Eyewitnesses:

Nicki Minaj recorded the song “We Miss You” for the album, “Unreleased” almost a year before her cousin, Nicholas Telemaque, was shot to death.

She says in the song:

“Why’d you have to leave in July?”
“Why the doctors could not stop the bleeding …”
“Now you see you not bulletproof …”
“I could’ve told you about my intuition …”

Nicholas Telemaque was gunned down on July 4 (“Why’d you have to leave in July?”), in the East Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn. Paramedics rushed him to the hospital, but he, unfortunately, bled out (“Why the doctors could not stop the bleeding?”) from his multiple gunshot wounds (“Now you see you not bulletproof …”).

Minaj actually mentions her own data stream access in the verse (“I could’ve told you about my intuition …”).

Click here for more examples (3D Database)

Local Point To Point Connection:

When Norman Mailer began his novel, “Barbary Shore”, there was no plan to have a Russian spy as a character. As he worked on it, he introduced a Russian spy in the U.S. as a minor character. As the work progressed, the spy became the dominant character in the novel. After the novel was completed, the U.S. Immigration Service arrested a man who lived just one floor above Mailer in the same apartment building. He was Colonel Rudolf Abel, alleged to be the top Russian spy working in the U.S. at that time.

Dreams Also Tap Into The Stream:

Many people report that they have gotten visions of future events in dreams, even answers to questions.

Marcus Aurelius, Emperor of the Roman Empire, once admitted the following, “remedies have been shown to me by dreams”.

The Past Is Also Streamed

The strange case of 4-year-old Ryan Hammons, where researchers were able to confirm 55 details Ryan gave about a man who died in 1964, Marty Martyn. They were even able to surprise living relatives with Ryan’s information, Martyn’s own daughter grew up thinking her father had just one sister but they were able to confirm he actually had two, again, just as Ryan claimed.

Ryan was even able to correct the wrong information on the official death certificate which had Marty’s age at 59 when he died but researchers found records showing Martyn was In fact born in 1903 and not 1905, meaning Ryan’s statement — not the official death certificate— was more accurate.

How To See It More Often:

Millions of people are accessing this stream of data and using the information daily without knowing it. When you hear people using words like – coincidence, intuition, déjà vu, clairvoyance, psychic, synchronicity, weird, etc., be aware that information is being received from the stream.

Take this example: On March 12, 1951, Hank Ketcham’s Dennis the Menace comic strip first hit American newspapers.

Just a few hours before Ketcham’s Dennis the Menace hit the nation, on the opposite side of the Atlantic, the British comic The Beano hit newsstands featuring the first appearance of what went on to become cartoonist David Law’s most famous creation: Dennis the Menace.

Their comics strips had the same exact name and were published at the same time. By all accounts, neither man knew or had any way of knowing, that there was an equivalent comic being developed an ocean away. No lawsuits were filed. It just appears to be a massive coincidence, or as Carl Jung would have called it, synchronicity.


Let’s Wrap This Up:

What are we dealing with?

  • In short, Information is streaming from multiple sources.
  • The central source of information is a composite of any nodes that relate to the data, so the center is everywhere.
  • The stream is not restricted by linear time or distance and changes depending on who has information so there is no edge.
  • It starts and ends with itself at each node.
  • The stream by nature via node connection has all information.
  • All nodes and each node itself from every point in time equal 100% recall.
  • Since each node is self-aware the stream also has 100% perspective, at all times.

To get there you must become overly focused and enter a state of creative concentration. You must be alert and keep notes of what your mind experiences (sees, hears, etc.). Avoid bias and labeling, do not connect anything you experience to anything you know, such as religion, the supernatural, scientific understandings, or even metaphysical beliefs. It is simply data and when you become aware of it just write down what you experience nothing more.

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  1. //To get there you must become overly focused and enter a state of creative concentration.//
    As I read the above line in your post it made me think of the term ‘hyper- Focus’ which is one of the traits of dyslexia. I cut and pasted this from Wikipedia:
    Hyperfocus is an intense form of mental concentration or visualization that focuses consciousness on a subject, topic, or task. In some individuals, various subjects or topics may also include daydreams, concepts, fiction, the imagination, and other objects of the mind.

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    • Hyper- Focus dedicates the full power of the mind to a single task whereas creative concentration focuses the mind and connects it to a format for transcription.

      An individual who is hyper-focused can be in a deep form of meditation or just overly engaged in a good game. It is often associated with unintended distraction.

      An individual who is in a deep state of creative concentration is actively transcribing the experience to paper, paint, clay, sound recordings, etc. This is more purposeful and planned.

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  2. I like this very much!
    //An individual who is in a deep state of creative concentration is actively transcribing the experience to paper, paint, clay, sound recordings, etc. This is more purposeful and planned.//
    I am an artist and I understand this and have a felt sense of being connected to a creative source that is simultaneously encouaging, inspiring, actively serving & helping me discover new ways to express my existential tasks that life is asking of me in the form of works of art & writting.

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    • You may actively be engaging in the vary thing I talked about in my article. I’ve found that as you engage this process you start to notice other associations in your life reflecting what you are transcribing. You may find yourself encountering aspects of your creativity outside of your work reflected in strange coincidences throughout the day.
      It’s a powerful connection and it’s real and it provides real information and insight.

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  3. Finding patterns and attempting to forecast the direction or the result based on past experiences or behaviors. Interesting, I have witnessed and participated in this type of analysis firsthand. I was familiar with this as “trends”. Although useful, are never solid every time. Sure they may aid in predictability from time to time, and when viewing masses can at times spell out the outcome.

    However; this is a science, and like all science, it is still not a definite predictor of all outcomes. Sure, phenomena happens, but that goes both ways. Your articles are quite interesting and thoughtfully wrote out.

    I guess you could relate this to symptoms of illness or hereditary diseases. One of many reasons why I am totally against genealogy. Data mining is definitely a tool, and it has its uses.

    I think one of the major variables with “trends” or data mining is once the subject realizes that they are being recorded or watched, at that point, there is no telling what they will do and why they are doing that or what they are attempting at that point.


  4. But, having hallucinations or trances where the author sees things which he/she later puts into novels IS supernatural.
    Like, I’ve had dreams at night about certain things of things happening and I later see them happening very similarly or exactly as I dreamt about. But, I know that to be Yah/God to be showing me.
    Quite interesting article and very thought provoking.

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    • So, we know everything is done by God (as believers). The “How” is the question that provides us with the ability to move forward and live better lives.

      The best example of this is lightning. People would say, “God sends down the lightning”. The gift is to those who see what God has done and take interest in his splendid wonder.

      God provided mankind with a brilliant thinking capability, which fits perfectly with discovering how he has designed creation. Every time we seek to understand how things work he rewards us with a better way of life. So, when we sought to understand how lightning worked, we then had electricity, light at night, warmth in the winter and a way to make food last longer.

      Now we say, “God sends the dreams”. The new question is how? And once we know how what will the gift be that is given to us?

      I think we should embrace our God given minds to understand a God created universe.

      Just a thought.

      Side Note: I also have dreams:

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      • This is all well and good if you are a believer, but I have no experience of there being anything to believe in. At least, not along those lines. I have my own set of beliefs that leave no room for gods, and my philosophy is such that I cannot even imagine what you tell me you believe.


        • This is not a believer based science. If you believe in God or not the universe works as it does. If you have knowledge of science that has provable data then you can use that data.

          If the weatherman is a believer in God it doesn’t change the fact that the rain is going to fall on you later that day per his data.

          I gave an example of this in part two. It showed how we could save lives from a tragic event using unstructured data here in America.


          • Heh heh heh, I am not in America.
            But that doesn’t matter. Science is still hocus pocus magic until it can be explained.
            The line you quoted above was in response to your line about using our God-given minds in a God-created universe. You brought belief into the conversation, and now you are denying it, that makes no sense, esp to me who sees nothing godly in our universe or our minds. But that item took us in a different direction that really does have no bearing on what is done with this information, if it is really there. You remind of that brief show, Wisdom of the Crowd, only you are making it the wisdom of AI. AI is a machine, it has no wisdom.


            • My response — Unstructured data is not a belief system. You are looking at the observer questioning their understanding of what they are seeing. Religion? Science? I am saying, as I did to the religious person, that you must look beyond what you know… and accept what you do not.

              Unstructured data has value in a practical world. The data is more important than our understanding of how it got there. The conversation we are having is not about what we can do with this information system.

              Atheist and Believers both drink coffee, they do not both believe it came from the same place. The coffee has practical value. Look for the value of the data rather that the bias of the observers.


              • To me, Lander, data has no value if it cannot be used some way. If it itsn’t part of life, I ignore it until it is. As I already said, for me unstructured data is a curiosity, and while it may be interesting it does not affect my life. Maybe if I had an AI computer I might look at things differently, but I don’t and never will. Therefore it is meaningless to me.
                It would be the same as me telling you the stars are actually writing in the sky, but I have no Rosetta Stone with which to read or understand it. What would you do? Maybe with an AI computer you could feed pictures of the stars into the computer and have it analysed, and even come up with a lot of repeating patterns, but as long as you do not know the language used to write the sky language, even the AI is hooped.
                So, while I find this conversation to be interesting it is not advancing humanity or life. Maybe if I was 20, with my lifetime ahead of me, and if I had a reason to be interested in discovering your rosetta stone, I might get excited. But I’m not 20, and I don’t think your AI has a chance of turning lead into gold. So if you are going to succeed, please do it soon. I will enjoy hearing you say, “I told you so!” Until then, the moon is NOT made of cheese.

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  5. Meanwhile, PKD is my favourite author of all time, and his final series of published works is all about this knowledge/data/information being beamed directly into his head. It was an interesting proposition, but he failed to convince most of his dedicated readers that it was anything but fiction. Not having read these novels for a long long time I am not willing to say anything either way, but I do remember being quite disappointed in his later works, as opposed to books like Maze of Death and Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, which Bladerunner thoroughly ruined for me. Still, he had the best mind in the business, and if he says he was drawing his situations from some cosmic consciousness, then I believe him. However, I do not believe in cosmic consciousness itself.
    Being a writer who never writes his own stories, though, I should believe him, as that is mostly how I wrote those novels I did write.
    One novel I wrote only 3 words of. The opening line: He was furious! The rest of the book wrote itself. And it was in a genre I would never have chosen to write in.
    So why don’t I feel kinship with what you are saying? Because nothing you are saying helps this world progress in any meaningful way. It saves no lives, and in some instances could cause people to die. Your four men in a boat it a good example of that. The real story could have been based of the fiction story, if one of the people in the boat had read it.
    Until you can make sense of this useless data, and prevent certain things from happening, it is an interesting curiosity, and nothing more.
    At least IMpO.


    • You stated — “Until you can make sense of this useless data, and prevent certain things from happening, it is an interesting curiosity, and nothing more.
      At least IMpO.”

      My response — You are exactly right, which is why I am engaged in the study of unstructured data for practical use. If we can standardize the information through AI then we can remove bias against the source and prevent the loss of human life for those who use the information.

      Think about the case of The Titan VS. The Titanic. If you used the data provided and didn’t have any bias against it your life would be saved since you wouldn’t board the ship.

      This knowledge can be used to save live and prevent financial hardship.


      • Can you tell me how many copies of The Titan were sold, if any? I am not trying to be obtuse, and I doubt there are records of such things, but discovering this data 100 plus years after the fact is meaningless.
        All the stuff from the Simpsons show was heard by millions, yet made not a dent in the future it happened to describe–why? Because the writers of the show were a bunch of sarcastic comedians(ennes) who everyone expected to add inanities taking on the established order. It would never have seen light of day without such juicy and irresponsible tidbits of data.
        Still, I hope you make it work, It might change the course of the world, and the life upon it.


        • You stated — “Still, I hope you make it work, It might change the course of the world, and the life upon it.”

          My response — Had someone discovered unstructured data before the titanic (or the book the titan) it would have changed the world we live in now. I say this because the people who died on the Titanic were the last group of people opposing the world banking system. After they died we inherited the world mess you see today.

          Oh what a difference a day makes.


  6. Maybe humans are pre design to Carry these data but overtime they forget.
    Maybe we all are self correctable Artificial Intelligence.
    Interesting to think!!

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  7. Do I ever love reading your blogs. The evening before 911 I was just falling asleep and I had a very profound and scary vision. I told my husband that the next day there was going to be a huge disaster. I saw a circle of destruction like a meteor had hit in the middle of a city. I saw it so clearly and felt the sorrow and knew there were so many people that were going to lose their lives. The next morning my husband called me from work and woke me up and said you better turn on the news. When the footage came on after the building had fallen I realized I was seeing exactly the same thing I’d seen the night before. One of those things I’d rather haven’t tapped into. All so strange.

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