I had this nightmarish dream this morning that possibly deals with apocalyptic events. I don’t know if it’s a big deal because I saw it on a
television with some 2 unknown ladies in my dream. But what I first heard on the TV was a man’s voice saying, “What if the world was invaded by
demons and they inhabited human bodies.” When I looked at the TV it started to become blurry. I could make out an Earth viewed from orbit and demons
(evil spirits) literally flying into the atmosphere. In addition, there seemed to be a reddish glare while it happened. I then looked at the lady that
was sitting on a couch closest to where I was standing and started to laugh sarcastically. And then I woke up and heard a screeching sound and was
scared to death.
I don’t watch a lot of scary movies and I’m only 18, so I don’t drink or smoke. Can anyone interpret this?
You seek a romantic entanglement, my guess is that you knew at least one of these women. The presence of two suggests to me that you desire a more
sensual relationship, as opposed to a more conventional sort.
The news report, and your reaction to it suggest to me that you have a fear of your own ability to perform in a high-stress situation. Your fear leads
to insecurity about the opposite sex. It's completely normal.
Your dream is also a simple version of the battle of Armageddon, where hidden forces inhabit the world at large and cause the rise of evil. Nothing
to be concerned with if you try to seek a pure heart though.
Well I basically told you every detail that I saw and remembered. I didn't know any of the 2 ladies. I have absolutely no idea where it took place.
Furthermore, I don't know if it deals with love or not. However, what I do know is that the thing on the TV might've been a movie, but in my dream.
I don't know for sure, because I have never seen a movie or commercial like that before.
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