posted on Jul, 2 2008 @ 07:52 AM
Now any of you who recognize my screen name know that I usually don't post anything at all unless I really feel it is worth my time to type it, and
yours to read it. At the insistence of a friend of mine, coupled with my own desire to share this, I have chosen to relate a dream my friend had.
A tiny bit of background about my friend, who could be the subject of an entire thread in itself (which I have debated posting, but have not)...one of
the most interesting people I've ever met. My friend has had strange experiences for her whole life and at this point takes it all in stride as
normal. I have only experienced two things while with her: the interesting fact that when she thinks negative or angry thoughts, she can activate a
radar detector to detect a K-band signal (being an electronics geek and amateur radio experimenter, I find that more than slightly intriguing), which
has occurred with several different brands and models of detectors (wish I owned a 10+GHz frequency counter!!); and how she was once visiting me and
she kept seeing a male ghost doing clownish antics until it was distracting her so much that she confronted it and it informed the man that he was
quite deceased of this earth and that nobody but her could see him, at which point she said he simply disappeared and never came back.
Anyhow, I digress...
She just told me that she has had the same dream for about the past two weeks, each time it gets longer, until last night she believes she experienced
it to the end. She said it comes in flashes, like many of her visions do, but she is able to link them together.
The dream is that there is some kind of bird flu being transmitted throughout the population, however it is not publicly announced until the situation
is so bad that there is not much that can be done. She got the impression that the general public had about one year to live from when the
announcement was made. Two other images that may be related, are that some people were able to find shelter underground, and the number 120 kept being
significant. She thinks there may be 120 underground shelters, or only 120 people per shelter, or something along those lines.
That is all I got in a short, middle-of-the-night phone call, I am hoping she will share more later today.