posted on Mar, 5 2005 @ 11:31 PM
it's good that you bring this up, henry, since I also have "parallel dimension"-type of dreams. I mean dreams where you really are certain to be in
some real world that has some similarities with this one, even if it's obviously different.
There was really a fire on Huntington Ave... but the thing is that it was not the SAME building than in your dreams. Why? Because these dreams you
make are not dreams... they are just another layer of existence that's not less real than this one. Things just looks like a little bit more weirder
in the other world so that's why it feels "unreal". This can be better understood if you read about the "multiverse" theory, that is being
developped by physicians and philosophers such as Nick Bolstrom.