*rolls eyes* You do realize that this idea of yours is something everyone on these fora already understands at some level? Yeah, sure, "collective human unconscious", "god is human minds", now STFU and get back to thinking until your mental state levels up into a solution-making class, rather than a data-spotting class.
We are a group of fairly cool people. We pick up unconscious data very easily. You will too, as you get older and mature. I'm very happy for you; you'll probably become more and more adept at picking up these essential truths of human nature as you get older. And it's a very *nice* piece of data; it looks like you also got a few unrelated scraps to go with the main one. I'm not saying your idea is stupid or invalid; it's fairly cute, as far as information can be considered cute. Well done, child.
However, for your future reference, this is the sort of thing you should just note down and integrate into your overall thought-lattice than something you should panic about. The truth you have discovered exists, in analog, in everyone else's thought-lattices already; once you've built up more of collection of data, you'll be able to spot inter-data connections and make your lattice stronger, and you'll be able to pick out and analyze interesting relationships between facts. You'll have an "Oh, duh, other people know this already" moment. Finally, you'll develop the ability to *create* useful data based on data you know already; you'll learn to come up with solutions to problems, and investigate possible consequences of actions you take. In this instance, you could come up with possible means of harnessing the power of human minds, in order to direct them towards a single goal. Research departments do this, and so do smart politicians; surround yourself with a bunch of highly intelligent and creative people and give them a goal, and they tend to come up with brilliant solutions. We're pretty safe from the horrifying powers of human thought, if only because it's damned difficult to control; monks of all religions meditate, sometimes for *years*, before they reach breakthroughs in the road to divine enlightenment/nirvana, so you've got very little to worry about, dear.
...For the most part, though, you are still very young, and your mind could use some honing and tempering. Cultivate your analytical and organizational skills; a messy thought-lattice produces shoddy ideas. You've got a good mental groundwork, but your tendency to fantasize introduces error into your thought process. Keep working. Learn to focus and organize your thoughts; spontaneous ideas of true value occur in well-kept mental gardens.
I wrote it in a style I fondly refer to as "unabashedly fancy" - i.e., "Fuck Zen minimalism, I'm gonna use all of my favorite words and stack loads of complex syntax n' modifying phrases'n'clauses in this motherfucker, goddamn."