## Train Crash or Explosion? Use of Mathematics To Figure Out The Dream World

I had a very weird dream today. I slept thinking about how Samuel Popejoy’s article “Top 10 Spookiest Declassified Project Stargate Documents” shares that a remote viewer used timespace coordinates to visualize Mars for the “Mars Exploration” assignment.

In this dream, I saw four men holding wands. They were fighting with each other; then, they ran towards the open field. They pointed wands at each other and fought. This is when I saw a train that was running on tracks that were visible at the horizon. The tracks were built high above and one could see other buildings and forestation below the tracks. The train was rather gigantic and it was on track when something caused it to crash or explode. I almost got the impression that the four  men who were playing with their wands had something to do with this accident. As the train wrecked, I got frustrated. The scene shifted to a classroom. A teacher wrote the following coordinates in 2D: X = -500 and X = – 500 till -800. She drew a line on X-axis that connected these dots. The only thing that confused me was that the end range X = -500 till -800 was not so clear. The teacher showed a number somewhere in this range, which is where this particular line actually ended. There was nothing on the Y-axis. What if the Y-axis represented the movement of the fires from the wands of these four men? This could mean that it wasn’t the men who did this?

Alright! I wonder if I was just experimenting with ideas inside my mind or if this is an actual event. I have not done too much mathematics during my dreams simply because I ace in this during the day.

Here are some helpful readings about use of Mathematics during Lucid Dreams. I definitely recommend that you take some Maths lessons if you wish to study this dreams or use it to study the Dreamscape in detail. You won’t regret the experience!

Doing Maths In A Lucid Dream To Stabilize It by HowToLucid

Mathematics by Best Lucid Dreaming Techniques

Math Dreams by World of Lucid Dreaming Forum

Lucid Dreaming: Plain and Simple by Robert Waggoner and Caroline McCready