Thanks Ladyloss for digging up this thread. I hadn't seen this before. I read the whole thread and wow, you guys brought up some interesting
concepts. My mind is reeling a bit.
I'm just an avatar Ughhh!
I just wanted to share my experience. I've put it in a few other threads but I will add it here as well.
I've 'worked' on my own dreaming for over 30 years. Mostly with the intent of remembering. I remember quite a few of my dreams on a daily basis. I
dream in color and on rare occasions, I can even smell.
My precog dreams are not that frequent but very powerful. I share a commonality that I've seen in this thread being that most of my precog dreams
have to do with death. I've always assumed this was my 'higher self' preparing me mentally for what is to come.
Over the years I've learned to share what I consider a precog with someone close to me. It adds more validity to the experience when you can have
someone else confirm you did indeed dream the event before hand vs after the fact saying 'hey, I dreamt about that.' Not to invalidate those of you
who have, sometimes we may not even recognize the dream till the event happens then *poof* dream recollection.
My most intense dreams seem to happen two weeks before the event. I dreamt of my dads death two weeks before it happened and told my mom the following
day after the dream. He wasn't even sick at the time.
I dreamt of my moms death two weeks in advance as well. After the dream I told my husband about it. It also came with a series of numbers which at the
time I didn't understand but, wrote them down. Within days, my mom was in the hospital and out of curiosity I looked at her admission band. No match.
She was discharged and sent home. A week later she was back in the hospital and this time the numbers DID match. I knew what time it was. Let me add
my husband was a bit freaked out by the numbers matching. My mom would have found this interesting as well but, of course I didn't share it with
It is my experience that dreaming can be a way of communicating with the dead. For example, shortly after my dad died he came to me in a dream. It was
very vivid and I still remember it clearly 20 yrs later. In that dream we chit chatted but what stuck in my mind is he told me something bad would
happen the year the colts won the superbowl but, he didn't disclose what that would be. Football was a means me and dad bonded over for whatever that
is worth. Everytime the Colts had a good season, I'd get nervous. Lucky for me that didn't happen very often for a good number of years.
being, the year the Colts did win the superbowl - my mom died. For me, how much more evidence of something extraordinary happening does one need?
Now, let me also state I don't have precog dreams on any regular basis. I didn't dream of 9/11, nor the tsunami, or Katrina. These dreams seem to be
directly related to my life. I also wish those dearly departed would visit more often. My most recent precog dream was about the recent ice storm just
south of me.
My latest adventures in dreaming is me asking to be visited by ETs. I just state it in my mind before I go to sleep that I'm open to visitation. So
far, just one experience but it was intense. There were these very tall, Nordic looking 'people' standing in a circle. They were wearing ornate
clothing and had air of royalty. They weren't speaking to me but to each other. Bah, I can't remember what I hear them talking about. They did seem
to notice me but almost as if I was just a fly on the wall. Apparently, these were Pleiadians - I asked about this type of ET here on a board and was
told the description I gave matched what the Pleiadians are to look like.
Thanks for letting me share, for providing new and interesting concepts for me to reel about for a few days. If I don't cut down my ATS time my lil
head is going to pop off with so many various theories, conspiracies, and concepts.
Just have to be careful my brain doesn't fall out in the