Red Pill or the Blue Pill – Morpheus, the God of Dreams?

As the much anticipated Matrix 4 begins filming for an initial release date of April 2022, we take a look at the role and influence of dreams in the film series and one of the Matrix's most central characters, Morpheus. Morpheus's name was not simply coined from nowhere. Morpheus is in fact inspired from a [...]

Faith in Dreams, Faith in God. The Struggles of a Reluctant Believer.

The time between  two seemingly profound dreams can often cause us to struggle. As we get caught up in the hustle and bustle of life, we begin to look and long for these profound signs to re-emerge and remind us that there is more to life and that the vague memory of our previous dream [...]

The Psychic Detectives & Documented Evidence? Part II

This article is the second part of my series on Psychic Detectives. Just like dreams, the visions and energy work of such individuals that help find missing people, offer clues to the meaning, purpose and nature of life. Phil Jordan is a renowned psychic who was the subject of my first article in this series. [...]

Why We Dream in Code? Part II

If dreams are our body's own inner guide, or messages from God, spirits or other entities, then why the elaborate code and symbology when we could otherwise simply be passed the answers to all our life questions in our sleep without such code? This article is the second part of the series Why We Dream [...]

A Little Bit On Synchronisity

Synchronicities are the universe's way of telling us everything is going to be ok. They tell us that everything has a purpose here on earth and can work alongside dreams to make the speakerphone even louder, and shout at us: 'Hey! Have you got the message yet!' Signs of a Bad Omen I once saw [...]

An Unusual Dream, an Unusual Finding (Part 1)

A series of dark dreams have led me to some unusual places to discover potential crime scenes. Yet, there is always a shadow of doubt about a crime having been committed as I have only found circumstancial, but seemingly strong pieces of evidence when my dreams are also considered. Here I outline a dream I [...]

REVIEW: Dreams & Premonitions – The Story of John W. Dunne

Keeping a dream diary used to be extremely popular thanks to the work of John William Dunne. A British aeronautical engineer, soldier and philosopher by trade, J. W. Dunne had premonitions about the future and came up with his own theories about how dreams functioned. John Dunne's book, An Experiment with Time, was published in [...]

REVIEW: Don Juan and the Art of Dreaming

Working in academia allowed me to view first hand how many people in this world can be more concerned about their careers than in helping to improve the lot of humanity. This can be seen clearly in how ideas can be stifled through having to concern ourselves so strictly to the referencing system, that whilst [...]

REVIEW: Dreaming and the Secrets of the Incas

Michael Peter Langevin's book about his learning and experiences in Peru shows us how dreaming has become a lost art in the 'civilised' West. His book, Secrets of the Incas - A Modern Approach to Ancient Ritual and Practice, demonstrates that history has not been kind to dreamers, but that we as dreamers have immense [...]