posted on Apr, 13 2010 @ 07:17 PM
Great idea. I had an odd and vivd dream the other day.
I was in my childhood home and it was nighttime. Outside there were millions of tiny spots of light winking on and off at different depths, like
fireflys. It was very beautiful. The next day, the news and radio said that there was some kind of alien invasion and that the lights were related to
the aliens, but nobody knew how. We were all advised to stay indoors.
The dream jumped to the next evening. Looking out the window, there were many more lights. I noticed that as soon as I stood at the window, the lights
seemed to "focus" on me more intensely. Then a stronger, yellow light would emerge, as if "targeting" me. We all became very frightened and tried
to stay away from the windows. We turned on the TV and the news said that all contact outside the local area had been lost and the Pacific Northwest
was cut off from the rest of the US (the dream took place in the Northwest, but oddly enough I have never lived there or even visited there). The news
advised that it would only be safe to go out in the daytime, and the US government was arranging emergency food and gasoline, etc. to be delivered to
the Northwest, and we could pick it up in the morning.
The next day, we went outside and everything appeared to be normal. My dad said he was going to pick up emergency supplies and he would be back in "a
cantered 4% of a two-toned day." I instinctively understood this to mean an hour, but I couldn't figure out why. (When I woke up from the dream, I
did the math and realized an hour was a little more than 4.1% of a day, and presumably the "two-toned" reference referred to daytime/nighttime. I
find it interesting that my brain automatically calculated an hour as "a cantered 4%" of a day, even though I didn't realize that consciously).
Later we started to hear theories from the neighbors that the alien invasion was a faked pretext for some sort of government operation to cut the
Northwest off from the rest of the US. The neighbor noted that a few people had been out at night among the lights and nothing had happened, although
we also heard contradictory reports of people disappearing after leaving in the night.
Then I woke up. Wonder what it means? (maybe it means I've been spending too much time on ATS...)