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pre-cog or coincidental dream?

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posted on Jan, 28 2019 @ 08:13 AM
So I had a trippy experience the other day.

I was dreaming about a very much former friend of mine. Former because he was locked up several years ago for sexually abusing a neighbours child.

I cut off this guy completely as soon as I heard what he'd done and have had no contact with him since.
This included across all social media I had him friended on.

So last Thursday morning I had a very realistic dream where he had gotten out of gaol and showed up at my front door.
Which then proceeded to me hurling abuse at him until he left the property.
After which I woke up feeling pretty pissed off.
(I've always worried when he got out he'd be stupid enough to try and contact me.)

Thing is after grabbing a coffee and a cigarette I sat down at my PC, and I loaded up an old facebook account of mine I haven't used in years.
Just got the urge to fire it up and see what has been going on for the last 4 years in my absence.

No notifications, no friends requests. So I decided to update my profile while I was there, and while on the back end noticed some notification counter on something and clicked it.
Well lo and behold it took me to a friends request from August 2018.

It was the guy I had just dreamed about. Seems he is out, and as I feared the a-hole has tried to reach out to me.....

Had no idea when he was getting out. Was told he was looking at up to 7 years due to the severity of his crime, he only did 5 so he's out at least 2 years earlier than I expected.

While I know nobody can know either way, I'm interested to hear your thoughts folks?
Predictive dream or coincidence?

posted on Jan, 28 2019 @ 08:51 AM
he was influenced by sick society
who is with out sin?

posted on Jan, 28 2019 @ 10:44 AM

originally posted by: bob77
he was influenced by sick society
who is with out sin?

Yeah that seems to not relate to the subject matter which is my dream and if it was a coincidence or not that I experienced something directly related to it shortly after waking from it.

Stay on-topic please.

Back on topic, I forgot to add that that night I had taken a 10mg Stilnox aka Ambien that the doctor prescribed for my insomnia. First pill of the prescription, tonight will be the first night since that I'll be taking another.

Been about 8 years since I had any kind of sleep aid before this. and that was Stilnox also.
That stuff gave me crazy dreams back then too. Insomnia was preferable I have to admit lol.

Just wanted to add that for the sake of having the entire picture painted.

posted on Jan, 28 2019 @ 11:20 AM
Most likely just your sub-conscious that calculated the likelihood of him receiving a shortened sentence and expressing it in a dream.

Most likely drove you on a sub-conscious level to check your fb account as well.
It's happened to me many times before.

I highly doubt I'm a prophet of any sort, just the sub-conscious mind making connections that would otherwise go missed.

Just my $0.02

posted on Jan, 28 2019 @ 05:39 PM
Did a crapload of reading on dreams a few years back...

The end result was I was left with was that there ARE no coincidental dreams.

What they mean I haven't the fogiest but they are clearly not coincidences...

Sometimes dreams are warnings to protect us from an impending disaster...

Dr. Stu Breisch and his family were vacationing in Kao Lak, Thailand when the tsunami struck. His son Jai had several dreams warning that something terrible was about to happen. Jai's 15-year sister Kali died during the tsunami. Many were warned and would be still alive if they had only listened to the warnings.

“My daughter, Kali, would have been a senior in high school this year; she had hoped to be chosen for Princeton’s Class of 2011. Her dreams were ended suddenly by a 45-foot wave…”

"When we arrived in Bangkok, Jai told us of a series of dreams he was having about our trip. “Something terrible is going to happen there, Dad,” he said. My wife, Sally, a Jungian-trained psychologist and dream specialist, and I tried to make sense of his dreams. We considered returning home, but could not book a flight before the 26th. And so we continued along our planned itinerary despite Jai’s dreams. Is it possible for any of us to know with certainty if a dream is symbolic of an inner turmoil or an outer impending event?

It was a miracle that Jai survived a one-mile thrashing ride inland, catapulted forward by the water and debris. Only three other hotel guests and one hotel employee survived at “ground zero” on the beach. The three-story wave indiscriminately took everyone else: children, adults, grandparents. Whole families from 29 countries were wiped off the face of the earth that day. More than 4,000 people died in Khao Lak alone; 80 percent of the local families lost at least one family member, and most mourned for more."

"...we spent weeks culling the piles of destruction and searched through the morgues, looking fruitlessly for Kali. In the end I was given a blackened corpse with teeth that matched the dental records of my once-beautiful 15-year-old daughter. "

"How do I look my son in the eyes after failing to honor his dreams? His spirit is so severely wounded that I can only hope and trust he will find his own path to healing. Source

Amanda, a young mother living in Washington state, awoke one night at 2:30 a.m. from a nightmare. She dreamed that a large chandelier hanging above her baby’s bed in the next room fell into the crib and crushed the infant. In the dream, as she and her husband stood amid the wreckage, she saw that a clock on the baby’s dresser read 4:35 a.m. The weather in the dream was violent. Rain hammered the window, and the wind was blowing a gale. The dream was so terrifying she roused her husband and told him about it. He laughed, told her the dream was silly, and urged her to go back to sleep, which he promptly did.

But the dream had so frightened Amanda that she went to the baby’s room and brought the child back to bed with her. She noted that the weather was calm, not stormy as in the dream. Amanda felt foolish—until around two hours later, when she and her husband were awakened by a loud crash. They dashed into the nursery and found the crib demolished by the chandelier, which had fallen directly into it. Amanda noted that the clock on the dresser read 4:35 a.m. and that the weather had changed. Now there was howling wind and rain. This time, her husband was not laughing. Amanda’s dream was a snapshot of the future—down to the specific event, the precise time it would happen, and the change in weather.

The Power of Premonitions

Another quote from 'The Power of Premonitions'...

On Friday, October 21, 1966, a mountain of coal waste, perched above the Welsh mining village of Aberfan, broke loose and came flowing down uncontrollably. A total of 144 people, including many children, were crushed or suffocated to death in one of Britain's most horrific peacetime tragedies. A study of dreams in which people see the future has convinced a doctor that we have a sixth sense.

But for one family, the overriding grief was even more acute. For one of those killed - ten-year-old Eryl Mai Jones - had not only predicted the catastrophe, but had warned her mother of it, too. In the days leading up to the atrocity, Eryl had told her mother she was 'not afraid to die'. 'I shall be with Peter and June,' she added.

Eryl's busy mother offered her imaginative daughter a lollipop and thought no more about it. Then, on October 20, the day before the disaster, Eryl said to her mother: 'Let me tell you about my dream last night. I dreamt I went to school and there was no school there. Something black had come down all over it!' The next day, Eryl's horrific premonition came to pass and she was killed alongside schoolfriends Peter and June. They were buried side-by-side in a mass grave, just as the youngster had predicted.

The in-depth study of our intriguing dreams that convinced one doctor

posted on Jan, 29 2019 @ 01:28 AM
a reply to: AtomicKangaroo

I have had many precognitive dreams. I especially know to pay attention to recurring dreams with the same theme, usually warning me of something.

posted on Jan, 29 2019 @ 03:28 AM
a reply to: AtomicKangaroo

I fully believe in precog dreams and they are usually quite different in the fact that they are very detailed and more "real" than the others & you're more likely to remember them. A month before my mum died about seven years ago (wasn't sick and wasn't expected) I had a dream that I woke up at her house and she was gone. I got to replay that empty house scenario while I was staying at the house to get things settled.

I also had the same kind of dream that a neighbor of my mum's that I hadn't had contact with in six years came to me in a dream and it was like she was speaking to me but not really tangible but it was her distinctive voice. I was like "Oh Hi, G" and she told me "Well, I'm not here anymore, I've passed on" and stupid dreaming me didn't ask much more about it, just proceeded to act like it was an everyday thing and "Asked so did you see my mum over there yet?" And she said she hadn't. I feel bad that I didn't focus more on her. Well, I didn't contact her out of the blue because it was weird and I thought it was just a bizarre dream. A month later my cousin who lives near my hometown happened to pick up a paper and found the obit - my mum's neighbor had passed about the same time as I had the dream and wasn't buried for whatever reason for about three weeks. I'm guessing because of tracking down family as hers weren't close.

This week I had a vivid dream that an old acquaintance of ours (not close anymore since she moved far away) showed up on our doorstep crying and I asked what's wrong and hugged her. She told me she had breast cancer. I'm really hoping this won't come true.

Sorry so long but I had to share the reasons I feel the way I do about the subject . So although most people think dreams are just random nonsense and just coincidence or your subconscious talking to you I think sometimes there's the rare occurrence that proves otherwise. There was absolutely no way my subconscious knew about my former neighbor dying. It was not coincidence either and to be truthful, it's spooked me quite a bit.

posted on Jan, 29 2019 @ 05:35 AM
the thing is we are all connected
but everyone is universe
it is wery hard for me to speak in words
our primary launguage is in pictures floded
with hidden meaning and emotions
it is allso wery hard to express it in english
coz english launguage was deliberately impovered.

base line is:forgive,let go.
every thing will be just fine.
ask your higer self,your decest ones and everything
you let in your universe for guidance and help.
ask creation to show you blueprint of your life.
thank them every time you fell you figured something new.
fi there is no questions there is no answers.
stop believing in nonsence,sigils have power no more!!!
choose your thoughts wisely my friend,
you are on the right path,
this is just rerun to fix what we did in the long forgotten past....
this gAME HAS SO MANY levels!!!!!!!!!!!!!and is getting bigger
evolution of God him self
And you with him.
you will encounter ego,and spiritual ego,
hive mind yet free will,
duality yet singularity
in the end its just
sometimes you gonna fell as if you are god
observe,(dont do sigils,sacrifices..)be aware that
when you align with your higher self,world of living,world
of dead and aliens you actualy peek over Gods shulder
and seeing what he writes in his yellow book(akasha)
if you try hard enough you can influence him,
dont judge your own thoughts,he is filtering them all your life
if he didnt youd be allready dead.
everithing is happening for a reason,
if there is noticable sincronicity why not make all sinkronicity
it is hard to stay in that state
but if it is increasing what does it tell you?
alkemize with thought and look where your attention is shifted,maybe its a car passing by,
maybe bird,maybe dog...ant....
its written allover this place you call 3d earth
in movies,music art in general,
thank them and their higer self for arranging this beautifull
game for You.(u-niverse)

remember this is your training ground
when you done your work on earth we will see.
be sure of it.
the age of lies of small group
that was sent here to speed up proces is over.
dont blame tham,
we had eqaly hard time
the living and the dead
none deed has gone unnnoticed.
And if you dont believe in God,
its all the same,its what you choose to expirience this time.
it doesnt metter...just another show in eternity.

Thanks for reading.

edit on 29-1-2019 by bob77 because: 1000 leafs

posted on Jan, 29 2019 @ 06:35 AM
a reply to: GreenGunther

Yeah I believe everything has a scientific theory.
Even if we don't yet understand it just means we don't yet understand the science behind it.
I call it my spidey sense.

Maybe we're more connected to this world than we realize. Old senses we're no longer consciously aware of at play?

Who knows? Not me, but it is fun to speculate.

posted on Jan, 29 2019 @ 06:42 AM
a reply to: Night Star

Sadly I usually only get a one time showing when I have such experiences. Don't have a clue things are possibly connected until the event happens.

Sadly I have plenty of dreams that are just as realistic but are pure fantasy.
(I think so any way, seem to have a lot about parallel universe versions of my self my entire life I have to admit...)

One of the frustrating things about being a human. So much we do not, and possibly never will, know.
But it is fascinating to see things occur that can still feel like 'magic' to some degree.

posted on Jan, 29 2019 @ 07:32 AM

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