Hard at Work in the Dream State on Selective Historical Memory

Apparently we’re doing much more work in our dreams. One channeled source has said that:

“Many of you feel drained and tired. This is due to the fact that you had an active sleep, and were not actually asleep. You are doing much work while in your dream state.

“The result of your work during your dreams will soon manifest into your reality. Have the most beautiful and limitless dreams. From now on, much more will be possible.” (1)

I awoke from a dream last night that was quite intense and definitely work. I think I was being shown aspects of the new paradigm in knowing.

The “work” was around learning the truth of some of my estimations of situations. The subject in question was that I was given the opportunity, or rather I was given the capability, of going back in time and observing the original incidents upon which I, and it may have been others as well, had interpreted certain events in history.

In my case it was black history.  I say “black” history because most of the people involved in the dream were blacks. They were famous people of history and I was able to travel back in time and watch the original events upon which my historical memory, so to speak, was based. But before going further with that, let me mention an event that may help me explain the matter further.

The Asbestos Strike

Some time ago I watched a TV program that discussed how a new generation of French-Canadian historians was re-examining a seminal event in French-Canadian history – the Asbestos Strike. In 1949, the town of Asbestos, Quebec saw a long and bitter strike that involved most families in town, all of which had members working in the mine. The state allied with the mine owners and cracked down on the union members.

According to the program, French-Canadian intellectuals after the event, especially later Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau, represented the strike as the birth of a new strain of French-Canadian nationalism. The strike assumed a mythic place and its events were rendered in ways that the program maintained may not have been wholly true.

The documentary went back and allegedly looked at what actually happened in the towns of Asbestos and Thetford Mines and showed where the actual events diverged from the historical account. It became clear that the political fortunes of the “three wise men” of Quebec politics in the 1960s – Jean Marchand, Gerard Pelletier, and Pierre Trudeau –  were bound up in the roles they played in the strike and the manner in which they interpreted events.

According to them, the strike was the moment Quebec awakened to what it needed to do and the three wise men were the ones to do it. This event has occupied such a hallowed place in Quebec history that it was only at this time, which may have been 2010, that anyone seemed ready to actually go back and question whether the representations of the men, who later became dominant in Canadian politics, were accurate.

The interpretation of the Asbestos Strike

In my dream, I had the ability to go back in time to the original events and watch them. I was shown that one after another of the famous events in black history that I had opinions about I had misrepresented. I had attributed motives to people that were shown not to be so. I had embellished some things and made other things cut-and-dried that were not. I had turned many personalities into cardboard representations of themselves. And I had done so to serve the political needs of the moment, just as the three wise men had done.  My historical interpretations were at least self-serving and usually group-serving.

It would be as if we all created a mythology around the events of Occupy Wall Street, to serve our needs in taking down the financial controllers of the economy. We all wish to do so and consequently our wish might be father to our thoughts in the retelling of events. The desire to create almost mythic stature for events will probably look to us, in the heat of the moment, as almost irresistible. And any attempt to point out that we may be stretching the truth of events will surely be seen as unwelcome, so much so that the tendency to go along with the exaggerations and raising of stature will find few that refute it.

The dream wasn’t saying I shouldn’t proceed in this manner. It was neutral. It was simply showing me what I did and what was so. It made no further comment on things.

I emerged from the dream sobered and perhaps that was the purpose of it. I also emerged resolved to argue a case on the principles I see as being involved rather than on the evidence of my selective historical memory. As I said at the outset, I think I was being shown one basis of the new paradigm in discourse – the fact that our enhanced abilities in the transformed state (2) will allow us to check out whether the ways we’re thinking about things actually fit the original circumstances. And I imagine the checking-out process will be instantaneous. There won’t be room any longer for selective or opportunistically-interpreted historical accounts.

The galactics have told us that, in the trials of the Illuminati expected to occur in the future, they will draw on evidence that will be irrefutable. Speaking of these events, SaLuSa said:

“Justice shall eventually be seen to take place, but in a way quite different to what you have been used to. You will find that it cannot be mocked or denied by some sharp practise, and the truth of any event will be fully known and not subject to falsification or cover-up.

“We have Courts that are unlike yours and presided over by many High Beings of Light. Lies and subterfuge have no place in them, because there is no point in trying to deny that which is irrevocable and recorded in the ethers of life.” (3)

“The ethers of life” are of course the akasha and by “recorded” he means the Akashic Records. These records tell exactly what happened, not the interpretations of selective memory.

I was not shown the akasha, as far as I’m aware. I actually time-travelled back to the original event. But the result was the same. I could see just how partial and opportunistic my historical memory was and that was a valuable lesson.


(1) Settufeut to Me, Nov. 14, 2011, at

(2) After the global transformation expected to take place in 2012.

(3) SaLuSa, Sept. 28, 2009, at

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