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My dreams come true.

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posted on Aug, 2 2006 @ 02:59 AM
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Have you ever had a dream that seemed to be more than just a dream
at the time your having it, but then when you wake up youve already
forgotten almost all of it, no matter how important it was... And then
several days, weeks, maybe even months you remember what the dream
was all about... Thats what its like for me when i have one of those
dreams about something ¨big¨ before you even know its gonna
happen.

I recently had once of these... I was at my fathers country house talking
to the neighbor when i realized that this had all happened once before.
But of course, then it was already to late. My little brother had manage
to get a sharp metal object, probobly something from his bicycle in his
eyes tear canal.

Anyway, the problem with these dreams is that I realize what is about
to happen almost at the same time as it does or just seconds before.
Does someone else have this problem? Knowing (more or less) what is
going to happen right before it does?

Anyway... I also have another question... Is it umm ¨normal¨ (in a say)
that the lights flicker when your really pissed of or your very excited about
something? That happens to me as well...

I know that these are some pretty big claims here, I have no proof more
than what I have experienced myself... All I can do is to swear that this
is true, and that I do.




posted on Aug, 2 2006 @ 11:28 AM
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Yea, sometimes my dreams do come true...

For example, I was dreaming that I am boarding on a cheap flight somewhere to the World, I have a feeling why I am going to fly with it, and also that I will be travelling alone .

I know this dream will come true, because I know what's it all about. Several other dreams I had also, for example burning cash, travelling with a motorbike... well, thanks no. O am not going to burn up money just for fun, and I don't like motorbikes.



posted on Aug, 2 2006 @ 11:31 AM
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YES YES YES. It was so weird. The night of September 10, 2001 I had a dream of planes smashing into the WTC buildings.. no joke! I jumped up like i was a nightmare but then calmed down, thought nothing of it and went to bed. Wouldn't you know it, the next morning that is exactly what happened! It freaked the heck outta me!!!!!!! For some reason it seems a lot of my dreams come true! But that ONE was the scariest yet!



posted on Aug, 2 2006 @ 12:53 PM
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Originally posted by DoNotBelieveThem
YES YES YES. It was so weird. The night of September 10, 2001 I had a dream of planes smashing into the WTC buildings.. no joke! I jumped up like i was a nightmare but then calmed down, thought nothing of it and went to bed. Wouldn't you know it, the next morning that is exactly what happened! It freaked the heck outta me!!!!!!! For some reason it seems a lot of my dreams come true! But that ONE was the scariest yet!


I hope your being sarcstic?If so pretty sick sarcasm IMO.



posted on Aug, 2 2006 @ 01:06 PM
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Originally posted by kuhl

Originally posted by DoNotBelieveThem
YES YES YES. It was so weird. The night of September 10, 2001 I had a dream of planes smashing into the WTC buildings.. no joke! I jumped up like i was a nightmare but then calmed down, thought nothing of it and went to bed. Wouldn't you know it, the next morning that is exactly what happened! It freaked the heck outta me!!!!!!! For some reason it seems a lot of my dreams come true! But that ONE was the scariest yet!


I hope your being sarcstic?If so pretty sick sarcasm IMO.



NOPE... It really happened to me.... Really was my dream that night... Freaky as anything and It bugged me for the longest time that I didn't even talk about it. You don't have to believe me if you don't want to but I'm telling the truth!



posted on Aug, 2 2006 @ 01:10 PM
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Originally posted by DoNotBelieveThem
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NOPE... It really happened to me.... Really was my dream that night... Freaky as anything and It bugged me for the longest time that I didn't even talk about it. You don't have to believe me if you don't want to but I'm telling the truth!


If you say this experience was real to you then I apologise,I jumped to the conclusion you were being sarcastic.

Once again sorry.


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[edit on 2/8/2006 by kuhl]



posted on Aug, 3 2006 @ 07:04 AM
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Anyway, that flickering light thing happened again, but on a
diffrent scale yesterday, and it kinda freaked me out.

Me and my friend was going to watch a movie V for vendetta, I
bet most of you have seen it. And when the disk was inserted he
asked me if he should press play, but I did something, I dunno what
but the movie started that instant with subtitles and everything, my
friend didnt quite get it...

Is it possible to manipulate electric machines and such with the mind?
Please help this is sorta freaking me out.



posted on Aug, 3 2006 @ 11:58 AM
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Yeah I have had the dream deja Vue often. I had it. It just doesn't seem right. Like little flashes happen once in a while and you than remember your dream when you experienced it. For a minute you understand why it has happened at least for me however very uncomfortable.


Its like developing dream recall. Not very natural. Feels very uncomfortable. Its as if you have dreams for certain events past tense and than future actions will pull up old dreams which associate the old dream with a new action which seems wrong to me.



posted on Aug, 8 2006 @ 01:03 PM
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My mother dreamed that her mother died and the same day she did.
I believe her i see no reason why she should lie to me.



posted on Aug, 13 2006 @ 03:36 PM
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My brother, Randy remembered dreaming of a huge fire behemoth destroying a building in the shape of a pentagon just a few months before the terrorist attacks



posted on Aug, 13 2006 @ 04:20 PM
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I get the whole dejavu crapitywhack tooooo! In fact It happens to me nearly all the time.
I've recently started to record my dreams in a journal in an attempt to see if it's my dreams that causes the Deja Vu stuff. But although my dream recall has improved the things that happen in my dreams are a little too outlandish to happen in normal life and as the Deja Vu stuff has continued I've come to the conclusion that it's not the dreams that causes it.
As for the crazy stuff happening when in mental madnesses, I do have this one story....
I was very drunk the night before so that morning I was hungover. The hangover presented itself in the form of an intensely painful head ache that came and went in a matter of seconds. After about an hour of this pain I was sitting in front of the Television with two housemates when it hit me....gzzzzkrrrkshkuckjjjjuuurrrggg...the pain was undescribable...I held my head hoping that it wouldn't explode when it began to climax...GZGGZKKKEERRRKKSHHKUCKKJJJJUURRRGG...AAAARRRRRRRGGGGHHHHH!!!!...I screamed an unholy sound and alll the windows smashed, one of the beercans flew of the table, the television lost its signal....then the pain left me. nothing else happened. One of my housemates imitated the music to akira and we all laughed.

Crazyy world


[edit on 13-8-2006 by surrender_dorothy]



posted on Aug, 13 2006 @ 04:30 PM
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# man...
i get huge deja vu's
like i have to stop because i know it has happened before...



posted on Aug, 18 2006 @ 10:17 AM
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hahah, akira. great friends ;D

i have déja vus pretty often, even if it's just a general feeling that "i've done this before" or "i've been here before and done this exact thing!" - or if it's a "didn't i dream this recently?"
this could be your brain having a little fun with you, or it could be that you've actually dreamt it. if it is true that you actually know what is going to happen next, i would think that it was your dream. it could, though, raise the question "did you really know that it was going to happen, or did you just THINK so?"

as for the dream about 9/11..
i have a friend, and she actually wrote a short story about planes being hijacked and crashed on manhattan (not any specific buildings, though) in may/june that year. a few months later, she sat in front of the tv and saw it happen. quite scary.
it became even scarier when she wrote another short story in october that year about a girl with a big brother and a little brother, living together with their mother, a quite poor family (describing her own family, but not intentionally). in her story, she wrote about that girl getting ill (i don't remember what disease right now) - and sure enough, a week later, she got the same illness.
never happened again, though, but it was quite scary.



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