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Always a New Garden

Morning of January 31, 2015. Saturday.

In reality, when I was in fifth grade in Arcadia, I had three larger personal notebooks, two of which I took to school on a regular basis. My extensive dream journal I never took to school (out of embarrassment of both psychological books on dream interpretation and so-called dream dictionaries being nonsensical rubbish - there are even recent “scientific symbol” books to this day which declare almost everything it is possible to think about as being the male member - why not just write, on one page “everything in dreams is the penis” and get it over with?).

Of the two notebooks I did take to school, one was continuously reworked and “evolving” codes (and numerous variants), encryption (both simple and advanced and time-consuming as I did not have a computer back then - though I still work with new systems manually rather than spend weeks or months programming in case my idea is not viable), new ideas for encoding messages, and so on. The other notebook, amusingly enough, was of various drawings I did (some quickly, some with focus - though it was notepaper after all) of movie monsters and comic strips mostly inspired by insipid movies, primarily ghost stories and such. On the inside cover of that notebook was a rather asinine cartoon on a play regarding “colds” and “codes” spoken (in a word balloon) by a Venus flytrap. Ah, youth.

This last dream involved coming to terms with yet another new way to “itemize” and deal with the human world, such as it is. It has sort of taught me yet again how transient thoughts can be, yet still have predictable patterns.

As anyone who has kept a long-term honest (and meticulous) dream journal probably knows, it is often difficult to see words or phrases in dreams that make the slightest sense (other than when actual remote viewing dominates the in-dream perspective - though it is possible to “read” an entire fictional book, or parts of one that exists, but for me, quite stressful), and they almost always change each and every time you look back at them. Sometimes the words or names that dreams invent are so amusing, it colors one’s day in a good way (“Tony Karoni”, “Sharon Rabbit”, and “Princess Dunn Duty” spring to mind for myself).

This time, my dream’s perspective held the realization of the newer system I have learned of in being more viable and coherent than many of the past. (Of the hundreds of “unlocking mechanisms” I have worked with throughout my life, only a small percentage actually “work” as I would expect, and of course, that is only in potentiality.)

Basically, when I think about it, it seems that some word transitions in dreams tune into certain habitual ways of thinking (or perhaps old memories of otherwise long forgotten conversations). My most recent realized system, in some ways, utilizes the same prior concepts of “dividing” two printed sources together to discover hidden information that is otherwise completely invisible in fractal form.

In this case, I found an interesting transition (from an actual pattern that emerged in reality). I look at the word “risking” and realize that it has transformed to “rising”. The only letter different is the “k”. As is typical, there comes a time when the letters are not even letters, but indecipherable lines and curves. So what would such a dream be “saying” (if anything)? It does not take much to turn one thing into something with a completely different meaning. “Risking” and “rising” seem almost “evolved” on purpose in some ways - though this is only an in-dream distortion perhaps.

This mainly comes from a real life experiment using a new technique to “divide” two printed works (using real fractal mathematics). This time the algorithm brought out:

“This hate relates to pity, risking…” (No Google match as is here.)

This is as far as I went with this one. A “looser” variation of this base seems to be (when I look at my chart) “The earth rotates on its axis, revolving…(around the sun)” (which is coincidentally on Google, by the way).

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