Now I know that as soon as you read the title you probably thought of this song:
However, this is not the case! The thing that was rather alarming is that I had a dream about a man that looked just like Rasputin,
he smiled at me and said: "You'll know what to do when the time comes".
When I was about to wake up I felt a female presence, I can not describe it exactly but I think that it was the closest thing I could describe as pure
peace/bliss. After which was followed by a scent of roses or some type of flower, I am not 100% sure if it was roses but it was the most beautiful
The scent triggered memories of times when I was a kid and would smell it out of the blue, as especially in places where there were no flowers around
and no one was wearing any perfume. Most of the time the scent came when I felt sad or worried and it calmed me down...
So any idea what this Rasputin look-alike means by that statement?
Also, what does the floral scent represent?
No, I don't have a tumor, aneurysm or a migraine etc, so all the medical child jargon aside please!
Awaiting your interesting theories and replies that may bare similar experiences.
edit on 4-4-2018 by WanderingMrM because:
I used to get a floral scent in an old house I lived in. I'd follow it for about 6-8 steps and the scent would change to rotten meat. I learned to not
trust the flowers. I could be a trick to lull you. Rasputin surrounded himself with the crème of Russian society (the women at least). It stands to
reason that if he has a servant it would be feminine.
Rasputin was a "Holy man" though he had a fondness for vice. He is affectionately referred to as the "saint that sinned". If he came to me and told me
"you'll know what to do when the time comes"; I'd be wary of meetings, not drink tea, avoid cookies, stay away from rivers, and frisk people for
pistols and rope. He died a gruesome death that should have been fatal 5-6 times over.
Do you know Rasputin's history and are you stressing about any decisions in life? Combining those two could go a long way towards explaining the
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