posted on May, 26 2010 @ 11:47 PM
All right, this whole year starting in August, I have been feeling like I have been dying. What does dying feel like? It feels like everything I ever
thought existed is being unravelled before my very eyes, all of my attachments are being severed, it feels like I have a splitting headache and am
nauseous, it scares the hell out of me when I see people in a completely new light.
At night time, I occasionally have dreams where I feel like I have been ripped out of my body and when this happens, I am thrown into either
nightmares or serene scenes that are so realistic that I have, while in them, purposely noticed that I can see individual blades of grass or
One of my visions involved finding myself in the middle of a jungle where there were ancient apartment buildings that were abandoned and covered in
vines. The feel of the future was completely free. I noticed that there was a halfway buried window, which was broken and a family was using that as
an entrance to their home. I did not see the family as far as I can remember.
A vision that I had two nights ago makes no sense whatsoever. I found myself in an ancient ruin, probably not on this world. It was made of gray
stone. There was a spirit guiding me, bringing me inside. There were three stone sarcophagus in the dark, in a line on the ground. The place was lit
by moonlight. There was, however, a hole in the wall that was in line with a fairly tiny model of some kind that hung from the ceiling.
What happened next was, the north star lined up with the hole in the wall and light from the north star shone through the model and created a gigantic
shadow image of Jesus on a cross on the opposing wall.
I have no idea why the north star was the one chosen to shine through the hole. I believe the north star, Polaris, is part of the Draconian Empire.
I should note that I have, ever since I was a child, been involved in "Lucid Dreaming" (in other words aware of my dream-state) but have NEVER until
recently, starting three years ago when I tried ambien for a month, had dreams so realistic that I might as well have been there. With the combined
lucid dreaming, they feel more like travels.)
[edit on 26-5-2010 by darkbake]