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A paranormal dream of my future +20 years ahead in time

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Some time ago I started a topic during an investigation about a then ongoing attack on my home in the city Utrecht, the Netherlands, a bigger city that is considered to be 'the Hollywood (film city) of the Netherlands'. During the attack all contents of my home was destroyed, I was subjected to violence, extreme corruption of Justice and I would ultimately lose my home.

My home was located in the city centre in perhaps one of the most beautiful and romantic parts of the city, above two luxury clothing stores, directly opposite the headquarters of the Institute of Parapsychology Netherlands that investigates paranormal phenomena.

My room was located in the building with the bicycles.
My room was located in the building with the bicycles.
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It was during the time of the investigation in 2021 that I started reporting about paranormal visions that I had been experiencing in the preceding years leading up to the attack of which some were so extremely intense that I was simply unable to explain them away any more.

I never considered myself to be paranormally gifted. The paranormal visions that I have experienced always were pressed onto me. I never spoke about it in my history until 2021 when I would describe some of the visions to provide transparency with regard the background of the attack on my home since some seemed to potentially be able to provide vital clues.

After I left Utrecht I stayed in a hotel for a year and after reading the book True North by 'the new father of leadership' I was inspired to create the concept psyreporter.com as a first attempt to convert what had happened into something good, with as specific intend to make a philosophical case for paranormal phenomena. The name PsyReporter existed since 2007 when I chose it as YouTube name as part of the critical philosophical blog zielenknijper.com.

It happens to be that as a child I had a paranormal dream experience that would show an attack on a room above a store in the centre of a big city like New York.

I intended to start a topic about the dream to enable the information about the experience to be put to use for potential philosophical consideration.

A paranormal dream that showed my future +20 years ahead in time

When I was 15 years old I once went to sleep early and shortly before I went to sleep I saw a part of nature.

That night I had a very strange dream experience in which I saw my future +20 years ahead in time.

I woke up in the middle of the night in an intense state of fear, trapped in a strange mental state where I seemed to experience a lot of time in a kind of ‘single memory’.

I had never experienced such a thing and there was no occasion for such a thing. I wasn’t sick and I didn’t use alcohol or drugs at that age.

Many aspects of the dream eventually turned out to have happened. The visions from the dream were not exact images, but the ‘meaning’ of the visions corresponded to what I would later experience.

The vision of a part of nature shortly before I went to sleep

The vision shortly before I went to sleep showed a stream of particles like a kind of wavy and infinite cloth accompanied by a kind of sound that is comparable in retrospect to the unintelligible combined voice of thousands of people sharing an emotion. From the sound I could deduce that the particles were alive and the expression of their being was the hallmark of ‘pure happiness’.

The particles seemed to move faster and faster, so that I was as it were taken along by the particles while I fell asleep almost immediately.

I did not seek the vision myself and I was not engaged in anything like that before I went to bed. The decision to go to sleep came from a strange gut feeling when I stood next to my bed where the feeling was strange because it was very early at that time and I had never gone to sleep that early.

I climbed into my bed in a single movement when I was caught by the vision while I was still suspended in mid-air and it was as if I was already asleep when my back reached the mattress.

Intense state of fear and a plane disaster

I had woken up in an intense fear and I experienced a plane ‘upside down’ on my head. It seemed to be a plane disaster.

The plane was not physically on my head but it was as if my mind was present in the same space-time space as ‘an airplane’ turned upside down and where I could see through the roof of the plane so my head was below the aircraft with that aircraft turned upside down. In addition, I was stuck in that ‘dynamic vision’ and there was an intense state of fear.

My father walked into the bathroom and I told him about my then current experience of the plane on my head. My father logically must have thought that I was hallucinating.

Retracing the content of the dream

The next day I thought briefly about the dream and what it could mean. Perhaps I did know that the dream had shown the future, although I did not consciously think about it that way at the time.

I played back the contents of the dream and looked at the various things I had seen.

One of the aspects of the vision was a room above a store in a big city like New York where I lived that exploded like in a movie as I looked at the room from the outside. A detail of that vision is increasing clarity where it seemed like time slowed down and I could see the particles of the dust from the explosion and know where the particles would fall. I could also rewind and continue the vision of the explosion in my mind.

At that moment I was standing in my bedroom facing the wall and after viewing that part of the dream I decided to put it behind me and forget it.

I was only 15 years old and the content of the dream was related to 20 years in the future so it was irrelevant, if at all. I wasn’t one to take paranormal matters seriously.

I would forever forget the experience and only have it in mind during moments when aspects of the dream actually occurred. Often it was only in a retro perspective that I realized that what had happened had matched the content of the dream.

The dream contained chronological context information, which at times confirmed that the content of the dream had matched my future experience.

Since then I’ve wondered how the vision of an exploding room above a store in a big city could become a reality, and of course I hoped it wouldn’t.

In hindsight, the room in Utrecht was exactly like the room from my dream. The room was located above a luxury clothing store and the room would later figuratively explode after the attack on my home in 2019.

The room was directly opposite the headquarters of the Institute of Parapsychology Netherlands that investigates paranormal phenomena.

Explanation or meaning of the dream

I investigated the MH17 air plane attack as a forerunner and it has resulted in a threat situation and personal attacks, which includes the attack on my room in the city Utrecht.

As a child I lived in a village that was the centre stage of WWII and yearly veterans from USA and UK would visit.

Veterans Today: “MH17 attack was a false flag operation”
Already in 2014, shortly after the attack, veterans criticized the course of the investigation. An official publication in 2021 called the attack a false flag operation. Important: What happened to air traffic controller Carlos who had the courage to stand up for the truth? How did the Air India 113 pilots and Indian journalists fare after they showed the Indian ministry lied about MH17?
https://www.veteranstoday.com/2021/07/2 ... in-russia/
https://psyreporter.com/pdf/mh17-false-flag.pdf

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Exploration of the ‘paranormal’

When I was 16-17 years old I explored the subject ‘paranormal’ for the first time.

A neighbor, the female life-partner of a police officer couple of which the husband had a top position with the police, was paranormally gifted and founded the website ‘paranormal.com’ (in Dutch) that I helped to setup as the technical expert friend. I often helped the neighbors with watching their children and with gardening and had a close relation, but I didn’t believe in paranormal matters and simply maintained a respectful position towards people that do.

I started to try to experience an ‘out of body’ experience once but that was unsuccessful and I then intended to leave my ‘exploration of the paranormal’ at that.

A short time later, I looked shortly before going to sleep at a small poster of Posh Spice girl hanging by the foot of my bed.

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The Spice girls were at their peak at the time and Posh Spice girl resembled a girl I had been in love with and who became one of my best friends.

That night followed an intense dream where it was as if my mind actually met Posh Spice girl while walking at an airport. Posh Spice girl seemed to react to my presence and then I was taken to an event. When I woke up, the poster was half detached from the wall even though the poster had been hanging on the wall for many months.

I thought at that point if it was theoretically possible that I had kicked the poster off the wall with my feet, but that was physically impossible. Also, there was no wind at the particular location in the middle of the room.

It was about the most paranormal thing I’d experienced from my perspective at the time, all the while naturally tending to look for an alternative explanation and consider it a coincidence. I had already forgotten the dream from when I was 15 years old.

When I was in my early twenties, I covered the subject of ‘paranormal’ one more time and decided that it was unhealthy and that I would stick with the normal. It was a personal choice.

I never returned to the subject of paranormal experience.

Whenever I had a paranormal premonition of any kind, then I thought maybe it could come from my talent for logical reasoning and my natural tendency to explore as many different perspectives as possible, and maybe it was helpful to see it as such. to be taken into consideration, but otherwise not important.

I considered my greatest strength or gift to be logic and theoretical reasoning. At 16-17 years of age I often went to sleep and woke with complete comprehension of diverse subjects. My dream at that age was to one day solve the most complex problem with my mind.

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Evidence for paranormal experiences?

A director of a CIA program at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) in Menlo Park, California said the following:

In my experience and according to most other researchers, it appears that an experienced psychic can answer any question that has an answer. I cannot wait to see what the future holds when we fully open the doors of our perception! It is time to accept the gift of psychic abilities. The hardware is fine; it’s the software that must be upgraded—and quickly.

I discovered that Remote Viewing is quite seriously being developed. There is even an International Remote Viewing Association (IRVA) that has set itself the task of ensuring responsible use of Remote Viewing.

In 2019 the film Third Eye Spies was released which can now be watched for free on YouTube that talks about the use of so-called Remote Viewing or 'distant awareness' by the government.


In America there are now Remote Viewing conferences where groups of ordinary people can participate in an experiment and sometimes achieve good results.

Remote Viewing allows for both long-distance, forward- and back-in-time viewing based on “conscious experience”.

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Conclusion: the paranormal dream that I had at the age of 15 contained chronological context information for multiple stages of my future that were later one by one confirmed. This means that from my perspective, of which I can only communicate that it is 'authentic', a vision far into the future is possible.

At question: how is a paranormal vision of the future possible?
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For completion a description of an experience related to the Harvard Business Review butterfly cover that is used on the front page of www,psyreporter.com.

I have been a reader of HBR since early 2000's and my favourite part always had been the 'cases' on the end.

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In 2020 after the attack on my home I received a paranormal dream that showed a large group of thousands of CEO's in a circle position directed towards something big higher in the sky in front of them that demanded attention from everyone. It was as if some of the CEO's grabbed me, dragged me into their dream and threw me behind them in line (with the front rows perhaps consisting of hundreds of people) to watch what they all were looking at higher in the sky.

I mentally attempted to stay away from it since I had no special interest or reason for attention (I didn't know what the thousands of CEO's were looking at and I didn't know that it were CEO's).

I merely cooperated shortly while noticing the mental expression of some of the CEO's involved and then leaving. The expression that I witnessed was "Oh no, again? What's so important that we all should be giving our attention to this time?"

I didn't think anything of it. In the dream I simply stayed clear of it while respectfully having noticed the mental expression of the people that draw me into that experience.

A short time later when I drove with my electric scooter in my home's street of Utrecht - a very busy and romantic shopping street - I noticed a couple of which the woman wore a big oldfashion butterfly hat. I drove past them and noticed in the mirror that the woman became indignant with the expression: "this is it?".

I didn't respond to what I noticed but I drove past an ancient Jewish church that I had viewed the past day and I had then considered that I would take a closer look at the text on the building. I shortly doubted if I would have a look and then a butterfly flew from above me before my helmet backwards in the direction of the Jewish church.

The butterfly made me brake and that turned the decision in favour of visiting the church instead of driving on. I am not sure whether I would have braked otherwise but I might have anyhow. The butterfly came at the exact moment that I would have made a decision.

When I drove back to the Jewish church about 100 meters back I started to watch the text and the butterfly was then hopping up and down from left to right above the words in the text on the building, as if it was dictating the words, and then flew upwards and flew away over the church.


Springweg 162/164, Utrecht - Synagoge
Springweg 162/164, Utrecht - Synagoge

I had noticed that the couple that I noticed before was standing 10 meters behind me and were watching the building as well. I shortly looked back at them and the woman with the butterfly hat made a wide gesture as being amazed while the man looked in an other direction, laughing exuberantly with regard the amazement of the woman, and took emotional control of the situation. I then drove away in the other direction as that I was originally travelling, having altered the path to my destination.
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