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This video is Ilya and here's what he has to say: "Sandman, If you want to discuss it, I'd like to hear more of your thoughts on supernatural, precognitive dreams and nature of reality. Also, am I an NPC if I don't see precog dreams? Thank you for engaging content" Well Ilya thanks for the donation and topic. With regards to all the precognitive dreams and weird metaphysical x-files style experiences in my life there is no way I can share everything in only ten minutes. I recently put out a video called She's My Dream Woman that I haven't released as of scripting this video but will be out before this one and it discusses the strange circumstances as to how I went my own way and how there were outside forces meddling with my relationships my entire life. Those same forces set me free from them. I've also learned over the years that women are more interested in things like psychic phenomena and are more open to this sort of thing so long as the precognitive and paranormal experiences are positive. If they are negative they have a hard time processing things and start to freak out. I'll discuss my experiences in just a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor The MGTOWs Guide To Retiring on 200k in Southeast Asia: Anyways, now back to the video. First of Ilya you're not an NPC if you've never had a precognitive dream you probably just haven't unlocked that ability yet. A friend of mine didn't really believe what I was saying until he started having lucid dreams. Now he wonders about the precognitive kind. For me it took trauma to have curse. I say curse because you start to question consciousness and if we are in a simulation as well as free will. We all want to feel that reality is real and that we have the ability to guide our own destinies. For me what triggered all of this was taking one Larazapam pill combined with a panic state which unintentionally lead me to have precognitive dreams. I sometimes worry about what walls of perception if I took something like ayawaska in South America. I fear learning too much about reality too quickly that I can't handle it. Precognitive Dreams are a curse because if you dream something and change the outcome does that mean what you drempt never existed in the first place? If it didn't then how and why did you see it? Maybe you saw it exist in the multiverse? There are also ways to communicate with what I would assume are multi-dimensional beings in my sleep. Some telling me about the future and things I can't change no matter how hard I try. That's where the issue of free will comes into play. Some things I have changed when dreaming of them. Other things I couldn't even though I had pre-knowledge. The things I did change maybe I was meant to change them and seeing what was going to happen was simply part of the equation. As you can see it gets complicated fast. There is something called the observer effect. When you measure the air pressure in a tire you have to use a device that measures the air pressure but it changes the pressure because it requires that air be released so the meter gets a correct reading. But by releasing it the value is different. Does seeing the future mean that your choices will be different simply because you've seen it? I can't answer that question completely? I know that sometimes it can't be changed and sometimes it can from personal experience. A lot of the time when I've had precognitive dreams they would involve a sequence of events. Sometimes I would get through about 75% of the sequence and then stop before I got to the last part of the dream as I was reliving it in my waking life. This was a way for me to mess back with reality.
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