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Have You Dreamed Of This Man? Thousands Around The World Claim To Have Seen Him

JANUARY 16, 2015

This mysterious website is trying to reach out to those who have seen a peculiar looking man in their dreams. The site claims thousands of people around the world have seen the same creepy man with thick eyebrows and thinning hair in their subconscious. As sinister as the guy looks, he never seems to do anything nefarious to the dreamer. In fact, most people say that he is a calming presence within the dream.

Have you dreamed this man?

In 2006, a young woman in New York had her psychiatrist draw a recurring face she was seeing in her dreams. She said the man would sometimes give her friendly life advice, but only in her dreams. She never met the man before in her life.

The psychiatrist left the drawing on his desk, and another patient of his recognized the face of the subject. He said that he also often receives twilight advice from "this man" in his dreams.

The psychiatrist shows the drawing to his colleagues and has them ask their patients if they had ever seen the face. Four patients admitted to having seen him frequently in their dreams, all of them referring to him as "this man."

Since then, over 2000 people have claimed to have seen "this man" from countries all over the world. This picture is from La Habana, Cuba.

Rostov, Russia.

Cantalupo in Sabina, Italy.

There are many theories as to why "this man" is a presence in so many people's minds. One follows Jung's theory that humans have a collective consciousness and "this man" is an archetypal image that appears to comfort those during times of hardship.

Others believe that this is the face of God, should he ever take human form and walk among us. When "this man" gives people advice, it is to be taken as Word.

One of the most interesting theories is that "this man" is a real man with powerful psychic powers who enters in and out of dreams like pools of water.

There are even some who claim that "this man" was created by a major corporation as prototype for a mental conditioning plan.

(source ThisMan)

Another theory is that people became aware of the site and now go into their dreams with the man already in their head. In this case, it's only natural for him to make an appearance. Regardless, it is a pretty creepy concept.

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