Hi everyone, this may be the stupidest post ever. I am stumped for an answer and would love to hear your opinions, though. Every week or two for the last couple of years, I have a dream--or at least that's what I'm calling it--that consists of me waking up or thinking that I've waked up, and seeing the ceiling of my darkened bedroom filled with algebraic equations. It looks like something from Albert Einstein's chalkboard, except that the figures are swirling around the room and they are always in bright, neon green. It seems to last for a minute or two after I "wake up", and then it fades to black. I was for the most part a complete dolt in public school and at university I took only rudimentary math courses, so it's not like I'm dreaming about something that I am familiar with.
Thirty years ago when I was a true believer, my naive self would have attributed this to an apparition caused by demons. At least I've learned that's not a possibility. But I do wonder where this comes from. Do our brains have the ability to imprint things that we've seen but have no understanding of, and involuntarily recall them in this way?
If you think I'm crazy I won't deny that as a possibility, so don't hold back!