posted on Nov, 21 2018 @ 05:23 AM
I don't always remember my dreams. Many times they are the usual jumble of nonsense that my brain forms into a rough narrative. I occasionally have
lucid dreams which are fantastic and exhilarating, but more often than not I wake up as soon as I realize it's a dream.
But last night I had an extremely vivid and disturbing dream about a plane crash.
I was a passenger and I remember looking out the window that looks onto the right hand side wing and engines. I couldn't tell what type of plane or
anything like that. There was obvious damage; some of the paneling or skin of the plane had been peeled back and I could see intermittent sparks and a
gout of flame as it was streaming through the air behind the wing. The announcement came on we were going into a controlled... something... I
couldn't make it out with everyone in the cabin yelling and screaming. I watched as the engine threw out one last blast of flames and then we were
really going down fast. That "drop" feeling almost like a roller coaster was overwhelming.
I was scrambling to put on the life preserver since we were over the water. I barely had time to get it on when the impact happened. I thought I was
dead at first because it so violent. Then I started hearing screaming again and I looked up to see water filling the cabin rapidly from the front.
People were crawling over the seats and trampling each other fighting to get out. The last thing I remember was getting to one of the hatches near the
rear of the plane and feeling ice cold water as I made it out. I could see lights from land in the far distance.
I woke up immediately and had to check my surroundings to make sure I wasn't really in a plane crash. It was horrifying and I felt so much sadness
and terror at how many people must have surely died. It took about a half hour to really calm down.
Anyway... I'm not saying it was a prediction or anything like that, but it felt so intensely real (far more real than my dreams usually are) that I
couldn't help but share it. It was so terrifying it's kind of put me off flying.