For what it’s worth, I had an interesting dream this morning that seemed to go on and on during the time that I normally awake.
The setting in the dream was a stadium made out of a natural opening in the ground approximately the shape and size of a high school football stadium, except higher on one side.
Instead of bleachers, it was covered in green grass.
The event seemed to be a some kind of press conference, for essentially the only ones in the stadium were from the media to cover some kind of development.
The media were all situated in a very organized manner, in a perfect square, at one end of the stadium, filling that side of the stadium.
On the tall end of the stadium, filled with a rectangle of people, were what appeared to be the inventor and the team of people involved with him. The other two sections of the stadium seemed to be reserved for public viewing, though no one was physically present there, just symbolically through the web and other broadcast mediums.
Fascinated, I began filming the gathering, while walking along the ground, across the field, to show the perspective of the volume of people.
Then someone pointed out to me that they were taking a photo of the group, and they wanted things to be in order.
At this point in the dream, perhaps I was just inserting my own biases, but it turned out that the event was a press conference for the Yildiz all-magnet motor that we’ve been covering, and I was one of the organizers.
Also, at this point, I was beginning to wake up, so I was in that mode of interactive dreaming, wondering, musing, toying with different scenarios, and pondering ramifications.
Yildiz has been trying to get to a university to have his motor finally vindicated by an undeniable test, with adequate measurement equipment and lasting long enough to remove all doubt. Once that test has been completed, a football stadium might be a good venue to host a press conference, except that it is outside, subject to the elements.
Maybe the dream is just purely symbolic. The earthy setting represents the clean energy technology. The media all lined up in a square maybe represents how structured the mainstream media has become. But why, then, would the inventor’s side also be represented in a structured way? Generally speaking, free energy technology teams are not characterized by structured organization.
I also find it interesting that the number of people present in the inventor’s team was so large.
On April 10-14, Yildiz will be attending the 41st International Exhibition of Inventions in Geneva, having been invited to do so by the Turkish Patent Institute.
A good time for a public press conference would be prior to that event, following the pending university testing of sufficient duration to rule out any hidden energy storage mechanisms.
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