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In the next few seconds the light grew as bright as the Sun and lit up the sky (and ground) like it was high noon. Then it grew even brighter for a couple seconds.
originally posted by: Flyingclaydisk
I had a really unsettling dream the other day, and it's still bothering me some. Some background first though; I generally remember my dreams in pretty good detail when I wake, and this one is no exception. However, in the same breath, I can usually reconcile my dreams, even the weird ones, afterwards. This one was far different.
The dream wasn't complex at all. In fact, the most unsettling parts about it was its simplicity.
In my dream I was standing in my living room looking out our bay window. The sun had just set, but it was still light outside, but the light was waning. There was no noise or sound, and nothing in particular was going on. Just another sunset out in the country.
A light appeared in the northern sky without warning. It didn't appear like a light bulb switching on, but over a second or two. In the next few seconds the light grew as bright as the Sun and lit up the sky (and ground) like it was high noon. Then it grew even brighter for a couple seconds. After a few more seconds the light went out, again somewhat gradually, and the twilight of sunset resumed. Everything returned to normal shortly afterwards.
In my dream I was alarmed. And that was it, this was the extent of the dream; then I woke up.
Upon waking I had this terrible foreboding feeling, almost overwhelming in scale.
It was almost like a nearby star had exploded and had gone supernova or something, and now it was just a matter of time for the shockwave to hit. I don't know, but it was most certainly unpleasant in the highest degree.
It's been bugging me ever since
What do you make of that?
originally posted by: antoinemarionette
a reply to: Flyingclaydisk
Thanks so much for posting this excellent premonitory dream.
I had a similar dream in the distant past where folks are walking around, going about their daily lives as the earth got hotter and hotter. Soon it was so hot everyone was uncomfortable, dehydrated and exhausted. Then suddenly there was a huge flash and that was the end of the dream. The implication was as if time itself had come to an end.
As for your dream, I believe it is referring to an imminent event, from the sun, of being hit by a solar mass ejection. It has happened before and one just missed us last year by only 300,000 miles. This event has been predicted by scientists, psychics and remote viewers for a very long time.
Solar Storm 1859