posted on Jan, 19 2015 @ 09:27 AM
It has been with me all day as this dream, or the end of it should I say, was like something I never experienced emotionally. I cannot remember fully
how it led up to such a thing but you know dreams can be a bit odd. I remember being near my back door playing with my two dogs. It was day time but
then was night. I was suddenly either on the porch or outside still with my dogs and then a silent plane goes by. This is when the light has changed
to a somewhat movie lighting night time where everything is still visible. Anyway, the plane goes by but a weird sound follows it, next thing another
goes by, something that looked like an old WW2 bomber, then another and another. Next thing I know, I hear the whistle of dropping bombs but I'm not
afraid, I'm just confused as to what it is. Then, in the distance I see a small dot dropping then I realize what it is. The whistle gets louder until
there's a very quick bang behind me, I get jolted forwards, I can't hear but I can still see for only a couple of seconds, then my eyes slowly shut. I
try keeping them open but it was like I was dying. Then, as my eyes closed, I felt myself being pulled, like I was coming out of my body. It sounded
like a water current and my body was wobbling. Then I woke up.
The thing that really got me was the death. It felt so real, the force the explosion made on me. It was fierce but not so fierce as to fling me across
the ground. But the feeling of sudden realization of death following and then drifting off felt so real. Especially when my eyes closed. The weirdest
thing about it was that it felt like an experience I had before.
I usually wake up during these sudden jolts or whatever, but this time it was like I lived pasted the "kick" (pardon me for using Inception jargon).
I'm all for ideas and theories on past life experiences, which was my first thought as to why the situation was so recognizable. Not the greatest way
to explain how I felt during it as the feelings were unexplainable. It was a happy dream without fear. Even after the explosion, I was still calm.
Anyway, would love to hear what you guys think of this. I'm not great with dreams or what not but it was something I don't think I've experienced
before in my life.
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