THE DREAM TELEPATHY CONTEST
TRY YOUR PSI-DREAMING SKILLS!
JOIN RITA DWYER AND FRIENDS
JUNE 18, TUESDAY, AT 9:30 PM
For instructions about this annual event introduced by Dr. Robert Van de
Castle in 1985 at ASD's Conference II at the University of Virginia.
ASD History: loosely patterned after the experiments done during the 60's
and 70's by drs. Stanley Krippner and Montague Ullman at Maimonides medical
center's dream laboratory in Brooklyn, NY, this light-hearted
"contest" shows year after year how possible it is for anyone to
dream telepathically. Even more importantly we have found intriguing
commonalities in symbols and themes among dreamers who may or may not have hit
on the target, but who definitely have been picking up dream signals from the
sender-- or other dreamers.
Procedure in brief: from a pool of four visual targets unseen by anyone at
the conference and enclosed in sealed opaque envelopes, a person designated as
the 'sender" selects one envelope at random, opens it later in private,
and during the night and early morning attempts to "telepathically
broadcast" the selected picture to sleepers onsite and around the world
using the power of his/her mind, with dreams as the carrier. During the night
and in the morning, dreamers recall and record their dreams, then look at the
pool of four pictures which will be displayed in a public area at tufts on
Wednesday morning. They will self-select the picture they think their dreams
have identified as the target. Dreams are to be deposited as directed by
Wednesday at noon and will not be returned, so make copies if you wish.
Additionally, as in the recent past, this contest is open to those who are
unable to attend the conference. Detailed instructions can be found on our ASD
web site at http://www.asdreams.org/cafe
A picture of the sender will be posted there on Tuesday evening, June 18,
for online contestants to see, and the target pool of four pictures will be
posted Wednesday morning, June 19, by 9am, EST. Online entries may be posted
at http://www.asdreams.org/subidxdiscussionsbboard.htm or sent to email@example.com.
Onsite winners will be announced at the dream ball, with online winners
posted within ten days.
Thanks to Robert Van de Castle, Richard Wilkerson, Linda Magallon, Ed
Kellogg, Jean Campbell, Scott Hughes, Peggy Coats, Susan Amon, Dale Graff,
Marilyn Grossman and others who make this contest possible both onsite and