Dream prey are also those oneirofacts that dream predators serve to sharpen their senses. Who wants to inherit from dreams, who wants to harvest in them, who wants to read in them, who wants to collect what has been left behind by the pillagers of their meaning, who wants to pull out of them what drives them, who wants to measure their horizons and explore their abyss, who wants to track down the entanglements of their appearances, needs suitable tools.

Such precision instruments enable dream predators to prepare their prey as if they were splitting a censored book page with a razor blade and aspirate out of the space what had fled between the surfaces under the pressure of censorship.