posted on Mar, 4 2014 @ 07:21 AM
First off, this is a very old dream. I had this dream over 15 years ago already, back in senior high school. It’s one of those dreams that spanned
many nights, the next night continuing on to where the previous night ended. It was quite a lucid and unforgettable dream. I’ve been thinking
about it again lately, after so many years of locking it away. I thought I’d finally write it down in a public forum and find out how others
(strangers) think of it. The only people I’ve ever told about this dream were close friends, but alas, they are far away now, living their own
I’ll start by describing the first night...
Dream Night One:
There I was standing in the crowd, with my schoolmates, singing the national anthem in the early morning flag ceremony. As usual, we placed our right
hands on our left chests while singing to the beat of the anthem leader. 4/4ths was the beat. And as usual, I never really bothered about these
ceremonies, as I’d lip sync my way throughout the entire song, while amusing myself looking for some birds chasing each other from branch to branch.
However, as the song drew to a close, something surprisingly unexpected happened. Out in the skies so clear and blue, a bright light exploded out of
nowhere. It blinded everyone in the school grounds. When the light faded away, my vision started to come back. I noticed I couldn’t move my body
anymore. My hands were stiff and my legs were locked in place. It’s as if I was trapped in my very own body. I could still sense my thoughts
though, and I could still feel the light breeze blowing through my skin, but I could not move any part of my body. I couldn’t move my head either;
I can only control my eyeballs. Or could I? Maybe it was just the focus that my mind shifted to that made me think I could roll my eyeballs to the
I surveyed my schoolmates in 180 degree fashion, and I noticed they were all unmoving too. It was very weird and eerie. The bell rang, and suddenly
everyone marched in fashion to their respective classrooms. Like robots, (or military) the marching was too in sync, it was creepy. I marched along
too, helpless against my body. As soon as we got to our classrooms, we all sat down at the same time. Our butts pounding the seats in uniform. First
class started, the teacher came in. She gave commands to take out our textbooks, read some lines, or copy some notes on the board. We all did so
uniformly without any deviations or differences. Classes became lifeless, mechanical, and dull...not to mention boring. It felt tired in my mind,
but my body kept moving. The bell rang again for recess.
We lined up as soon as the bell rang for recess. The line to the cafeteria was so long, I thought it went for a mile or so. It moved slowly forward
though, I felt a little relief in that. But somehow, something unexpected happened again. I don’t know how I did it, but I could move my arms
again. I clenched my hands into a fist, and stepped forward not in sync with the rest. It felt so free. This freedom made me want to break out of
this line. So I decided to run forward. But as soon as I got a foot out of the line, alarm sounds went off. Emergency lamp lights were directed at
my foot. Everyone in the line started pointing their fingers at me. I got scared and nervous. But I pushed through and ran. Then people in janitor
uniforms suddenly appeared and came running after me. They trapped and apprehended me. They put me in some straitjacket like a hardened criminal. I
was led to the principal’s office. They pushed me inside, and lock the door behind. The principal’s chair with its back turned to face me, and
there I saw our principal with a hideously looking grinning face. She grabbed the straitjacket and led me to a secret room behind the bookshelves. In
that room was a chair. Much like the one they used for electrocution on death row.
I was made to sit down on this chair. And I saw this device hanging on the roof. It looked like some kind of brainwashing device. It was placed
over my head like a helmet. The principal brought down the switch, and I could feel electric pulses flowing throughout my body. I blacked out in
shock. When I woke up, I noticed I couldn’t move my body again anymore. I shouted in my mind, but my lips wouldn’t move, no sound came out. I
panicked, scared and helpless...then I woke up and realized it was just a dream. My back was sweating...
The day went on normally, I came home from school. I watched some TV, ate dinner, and went to sleep. My strange dream continued the following