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reply to post by behindthescenes
I had a similar dream but I calculated that I had it approx. 9:30-10:30 AM (Pacific Standard Time) so immediately before the plane lost contact and crashed.
In my dream, I wasn't inside the airplane but watching it as though it was a scene in a movie. The pilot was extremely calm and confident and announced that he could land it on the water as there was some kind of malfunction. He couldn't land it though, or he did but the plane somehow sunk to the bottom before people could get out... I'm not sure. I then switched to being INSIDE the plane on the window seat and watching the plane sink down into the darkness out the window. Everything was dark and empty and quiet and gone. I woke up in a lucid state, fell BACK to sleep and had the dream a second time. I couldn't shake it.
When I woke up, I actually didn't turn on the TV or listen to news all day but soon forgot about the dream. At night I finally opened Google News and the minute I saw the article about the Malaysian plane gone missing I just knew that my dream was definitely connected to this, if not a premonition or I picked up on what was happening at the time. I was overcome with immense grief and told my boyfriend "This plane is in the ocean at the bottom and no one survived." I don't know how, or why I knew that with such certainty. I have only experienced this kind of dream/vision phenomena once before a couple months ago when there was a major fire 50 miles from my house. I woke up and had visions of burning flames and houses destroyed before even leaving bed. My mom has had experiences like this and I've always doubted her, but now I am beginning to understand.
I feel like I am in a mild depression actually... I've never reacted to news like this before.