posted on Apr, 24 2004 @ 01:52 PM
Hey, I have had dreams that come true literally. I dream it; it happens. It runs in the family.
The first guy I ever slept with I met in a dream at least a year before I actually did the meeting--exact, down to the color of his bookbag. More
like 3 years.
A guy wrote a song to do in a competition, where I met him at age 16. I sang the song along with him--never met him before, same age as me. I had
woken up singing this son in my head when I was about 10, 4 states away.
My dad went to his mama at the age of 5 asking for bandaides. She asked him what for, and he replied that he wanted them so he could fix the water
tower--I believe it was after a nap. A week later, the Houma water tower fell.
He also dreamed of an acciedent he had playing football with his friends, then did it, years later--he ran into a tree. This he couldn't stop b/c by
the time re recognised it, the branch was in his face.
My older brother dreamed whole days out, altered some small part of the day--telling people what they were going to say, and within 10 minutes, it
would alter back to the dream-storyline.
I once even dreamed I was telling someone what they said, to stop it, and nothing changed it. I cought myself with this one about a year back; it
To this day, my dad will not climb on a crane, b/c it fell on him, in a dream. He's a welder, and he works near them all the time. tream does not
have the same feeling as the others, but he doesn't want to chance it.
the babie's ahd a few, too, but nothing too memorable yet. Most will happen in later years.
I REPEAT, This is NOT SYMBOLIC, it is literal event by event happenings and they won't stop. They piss me off.
this is the tip of the ice berg.