reply to post by MegaBears
I probably shouldn't have implied (in my last post) that your dream is less important because you read about Nibiru/etc. often. What I wanted to say
is that a person who has an intense dream(s) about something/someone/somewhere they had little or no contact with in the waking world is more likely
to be experiencing a prophetic vision. As you likely know, what we dream about is usually a reflection of what we think/experience in the waking
world. So, if you are constantly thinking about a topic (like Nibiru) in the waking life, you'll eventually have a dream about it.
However, this doesn't mean your dream is unimportant. You say this dream is rare, so I'd pay as much attention to the rare and interesting dreams
that stick with you as the recurring ones. Dreaming is so personal, and only the dreamer knows for sure how significant a particular dream is. I know
when I have a dream that is meaningful to me, I feel something different during and after dreaming.
As far as my aliens-Nibiru question, do you believe that Nibiru is tied to 2012? Do you see Nibiru as the home planet of a race of aliens? Is Nibiru,
and are aliens, positive/negative/etc. to you? Are you concerned about Nibiru in your waking life, or more excited?
I just read your first post again, and I can see how your other dreams may be tied to an overall theme. I was originally most interested in your last
dream. But all of the dreams you discussed sound intense. And if you weren't dreaming at all for the past few years, and then you started having a
number of emotional dreams, maybe they are connected. I have no idea if Paxil would affect your dreaming habits, but the actual content of your dreams
shouldn't be affected by medication.
In one of your first dreams you were angry and frustrated, and you were "screaming at a crowd of people that we are all equal and basically should
all get along". This is significant, but without any context, there's no way to interpret what it means. But it still struck me as interesting.
I've had dreams about close relatives dying before, and they aren't fun. When you wake up, you usually still feel that sadness for a moment too.
I've woken up to my own screams, and then realized I was only dreaming, THANK GOD. But still, not a great way to wake up.
Your lucid dream is probably connected to the Nibiru dream, but there's really no way to know for sure. It starts the same way, so it could have been
leading to a similar vision as your Nibiru dream. But since you don't remember what your dad was showing you in your lucid dream, I guess it's just
a mystery. Maybe you were going to have a dream about your dad showing you Nibiru no matter what, and when you didn't finish the dream the first
time, your subconscious forced you to dream about it a second time. Is there any way the thing your dad was showing you in the lucid dream was
important? In the OP, you said you "thought the dream was pointless". So maybe your dad was showing you something meaningless.
Recurring dreams are definitely significant, so if you have a recurring theme, like your dad showing you something, pay attention. If you have another
dream about Nibiru/aliens/God, REALLY pay attention. Remember every detail. Especially if it is very similar to your first Nibiru dream. This would be
a sign of a prophetic vision.
As far as the number of people having similar dreams to us, it seems like an increasing amount. It's not a lot, YET, from what I can tell. But I've
had a dream which was similar to a relative of mine. And they were both similar to yours. I have read some posts on ATS, and other websites, where
people have discussed their alien/God/Nibiru dreams. I'll post a couple of links to the ATS threads I bookmarked. I didn't bookmark the other
websites, but you can probably find them by searching the net.
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