First off, Sinobyte, I was getting to that exact point here shortly. I just wanted to hear what the rest of the people thought before I gave my
opinion. Thanks for pointing that out to me though.(forgot all about this bein in the Aliens and UFOs section).
Anyway, my opinions on this are kinda odd. I feel that both are possible, since the mind works in many different directions at once. It's just that
when my mind throws me a fastball like I recieved this morning, I have to sit back and wonder. So, without further adieu, here's a dream that I had
earlier while asleep. Bare in mind, however, that this dream will jump around quite a bit, as most dreams do; stream of consciousness and all.
So I found myself, and I believe 3 or 4 other people standing out in a field, and it was late at night. Stars were out, it was perfect weather for
stargazing. Out of what appeared to be nowhere, I saw 9 white lights, 3 rows of 3 in the shape of a square, and one lone object hanging in the back,
equidistant from the rest. This caught the eyes of the 3 or 4 others that were with me as well. Next thing I know is that I'm alone, and running
through the parking lot of one of the local grocery stores here in my town. I run inside, even though at that time of night the store is supposed to
be closed, yet the doors are open. I run to the back of the store, going for the bathroom, for reasons that I still don't quite get. As I make it to
the bathroom, I get the feeling that I'm being followed, so I high-tail it in there, and go into a stall which takes me to a hole in the wall that I
remember is there, and I think that I can fit through it. As I get to that stall, I find that the wall has been replaced with bricks. As I turn around
to leave, someone shows up, and startles me. I get the impression that he told me that he came to me as he heard me running through the store. Wierd
thing was that when I walked back outside alone, no one was in town ANYWHERE!! Other than the few people in town that I came across, I didn't see
anyone else. Made me feel as though I had survived some sort of apocolypse.
Now, the wierd thing about that dream isn't really the wierd UFOs. It's the fact that my mind could come up with something so elaborate as to
suggest that 10 objects caused my fellow 15000 townsfolk to disappear. If you knew me at all, I'm not that imaginative, even asleep. I usually have
dull dreams, which don't illicit any kind of response, emotionally or otherwise out of me.
Could it be all the UFOs that I've been talking about, combined with my recent graduation from college and my family all going to work, leaving me
alone at home? Possible, but not likely, because I'm not an emotional person. Stuff like that actually makes me happy. To be home alone anyway. I
like the quiet time. I just find it beyond the scope of my imagination to come up with something so elaborate. I welcome any and all suggestions.
Thanks for listening.
P.S. It should be mentioned, however, that there really hasn't ever been any hole in the wall of the bathroom big enough for me to fit through, or so
that I remember anyway.
I think that's another thing that seemed wierd in that dream. It just didn't feel quite right when I saw it, yet I knew
that I remembered seeing it somewhere.