reply to post by IntastellaBurst
dream precognition here.
Well I used to be, not sure at the present.
Since I was 5 or 6 (in Montessori school is the first time I understood what it was) I was able to precog during dreams. I started recording dreams
in drawings at first when I was in first grade, often drawing during school, but I had less than accepting parents who disapproved of this.
It was the fact that I drew my grandma's death that set them off. I drew the hospital, the way her room was facing, even the people with her when
she passed, my brother and dad, but not my grandpa, because he was at work. They were strict Catholics who thought it was somehow occult and unholy. A
year later almost to the date, it happened as I had drawn.
I stopped drawing and stole a voice recorder from my mom's office that I kept hidden to record my dreams at the suggestion of my brother. I did this
though my junior year of college when I was in a rollover accident and received head trauma at which point I stopped having the vivid
Other notable instances were spelling bees which I won; my grandpa's death, down to him being slumped against the bathroom door, holding it shut with
my cousin fighting to push it in; the Madrid train bombings in 2004(weirdest precog for me because i had no known personal connection to this one);
gun incident at my junior prom, as well as dozens of non-consequential events, including one predicted pregnancy in an unlikely girl
They have recently started again, but seem more intense than I remember, and they don't seem just the same, like something is a little different in
them, perhaps because I'm older, perhaps because they are just vivid and not precognition anymore, only time will tell.
edited for grammar and to specify dream precognition, not intuitive precognition
[edit on 15-9-2009 by digger2381]