The Dream Team

Recent research from D.A.R.P.A has revealed that transcranial stimulation (tACS) during sleep can help to consolidate conscious memories .

The research is related to previous DARPA work .

Cultocracy note :

Probably field tested on the ‘White Helmets’ .

Although that particular dream turned into a nightmare .

The DARPA research uses an applied alternating current to enhance synchronicity between the brainwaves of the prefrontal cortex and the hippocampus .


Neurostimulation in medical or research terms usually means placing electrodes on the scalp to deliver the stimulating current . Similar transcranial stimulation methods make use of magnetic fields (TMS) or a direct electrical current (tDCS) .

A more recent method involves the use of directed ultrasound to stimulate the brain , ultrasound can penetrate deeper into the brain than TMS or tCS .


Human targets can be covertly implanted with an electrode array to enable remote neurostimulation . Directed energy in the form of electromagnetic waves or ultrasound can be delivered to the target using a wide variety of radar systems and communications systems that utilize beamforming .

In slang terms , human targets with this type of implant are said to have been ‘spiked’ .

Alternative methods utilize nano particles .

Tiny electrode arrays or coils can be implanted anyewhere in the neocortex .

Side Effects

There are several side effects of transcranial stimulation . Possible side effects include sensations such as tingling , itching , pain or burning , another side effect is hypomania .

Other side effects include the sensation of a ‘bright flash’ and retinal phospenes .


When introduced to a new experience the brain forms an initial ‘snapshot’ of the experience , this snapshot is thought to initially form and then be further processed in a section of the brain known as the hippocampus .

A section of the brain known as the prefrontal cortex is also though to play a part in memory formation and retrieval . The prefrontal cortex forms a part of the neocortex , the neocortex makes up around 76% of the human brain .

In fact the hippocampus and the prefrontal cortex work together to encode memories and then retrieve them . The process is complex , there is a constant two-way flow of information between the two brain regions , a synchronised flow of information .


Dreams are often related to events in your conscious life .

The prefrontal cortex is thought to govern the incorporation of memories within dreams .

More from Professor Mark Blagrove :

REM & NREM Dreams

During non-REM (NREM) sleep the hippocampus and the cortex are communicating and are synchronized . Memories are thought to be reinforced during NREM sleep , as waking memories are replayed . This process is thought to be controlled by the hippocampus which allows a more creative and structured approach to further memory consolidation , often recent memories are linked to past memories during NREM sleep .

During REM sleep the hippocampus and the cortex are not communicating as much and are less synchronized . Memories are thought to be reinforced during REM sleep as in NREM sleep . The difference is that REM sleep is controlled by the cortex which creates a more random approach to memory retrieval .


The stress hormone cortisol is believed to regulate the interaction between the hippocampus and the neocortex . Increased levels of cortisol during REM sleep is the primary factor regarding decreased communication between the hippocampus and the neocortex . An increase in cortisol is thought to shut off the hippocampus , thereby disrupting memory consolidation , in particular cortisol affects the ability of the hippocampus to ‘tag’ a particular memory with a specific time and context .

Cultocracy note :

Useful if for some reason you would like to ‘blur’ a person’s memories .

To sum up , your ‘waking life’ and your ‘dream life’ appear to be closely connected , something scientists and are already well aware of . Events and memories from your daily life are replayed during dreaming , although these can often appear as abstract constructs . If dreaming also plays a role in memory consolidation then it logically follows that your waking life will be affected by your dreams , after all we are constantly remembering events and sensations throughout the day , even if we are only daydreaming .

Of course dreams play a wide variety of roles besides sorting and storing your physical memories .

If the dream state plays a significant role in a persons waking life , we can assume that any disruption of the dream state may have a significant effect on that persons life in general . Alternatively the perceptions of a waking person could be altered by disrupting their dream state .

Dream loss has been attributed to a wide variety of health issues , in fact one researcher describes it as an ‘unrecognized public health hazard’ .

Decoding your Dreams

As stated earlier there is a correlation between conscious , ‘waking life’ events , memories and dreaming , so what if you could decode a dream ? Would this not give an insight into the inner thoughts of a person ? Maybe it could offer a glimpse into their memories ? Perhaps you could even glean information from the dream , such as what a person had for dinner the previous day ? You could also possibly gain an insight into what they intend to have for dinner the following day .

The stuff of science fiction ?

Scientists have discovered that the waking brain and the dreaming brain are very similar . That means that measurements taken from EEG scans or similar will correspond to both the dream state and the waking state .

A simple example would be if a person thought of an apple in his waking life this would produce a specific neuronal firing pattern which could be measured and categorized . If the same person thought of an apple in his dream , theoretically the brain pattern should be the same , or at least similar .

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep

So , can artificial neural networks (ANN) dream ?

Not quite .



This whole area of research opens the door for synthetic dreams and dream manipulation , using biologically active signals transmitted to a human target or targets whilst asleep . It will enable the complete deconstruction of a targets subconscious mind  and allow the rebuilding of a new psyche , a mindset which can be carried forward into the conscious mind . I believe the term used is behavioral modification .

You can be sure that any research regarding ANN’s and dreaming is in no way whatsoever about creating intriguing and interesting images .

Related :

  1. How Can You Control Your Dreams?
  2. The Neurology of Dreaming
  3. Inside The Brain Of The REM Sleeper
  4. Extrastriate cortex
  5. Scientists Reconstruct Brains’ Visions Into Digital Video In Historic Experiment
  7. The Neurobiology of Dreaming

Further reading :

  1. This Technology Could Finally Make Brain Implants Practical
  2. Bionic Eye Could Bypass Visual System Entirely
  3. Bionic eye will send images direct to the brain
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