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Dream narcolepsy or what can only be described as extreme fatigue

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posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 09:11 PM
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This is the second dream I have had of this sort. In my dream this afternoon, I "WOKE UP" and was greeted in a industrial factory type setting by some men I don't know in life. They say "Welcome back to the land of the liveng" And the one asks "how long were you in the dream tank for this time?" I said too long, and could not barely move and could not keep my eyes open or focus on anything much like narcolepsy. I was hanging on a very thick bar of metal, like and industrial banister to keep one from falling to the floor below, looking down at a first level floor at one point; I was on a second level. Then I really woke up and that was it. In the first one I had several months ago I "woke up" to a guy pulling me outside and I said "You're not real, this is a dream" and he said "No this is REAL that which you just left is the dream" And he proceeded to try and make me drive but I couldn't even keep my eyes from closing then either, then I awoke again. These two dreams both happened this year, within several months of each other. However the first one was at night, this one was this afternoon!

Has anybody experienced this? If so, What does it mean? Does it mean that I was just extrememly tired today and that evening and it bled into my dream?




posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 10:18 PM
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It is extremely interesting that you made this thread today...I actually had one of the weirdest dreams I've ever had last night...the thing is, I can't really remember what it was about...all I remember is being inside a tall building and it started to collapse (I had a similar dream not too long ago which is odd, I have no fear of buildings collapsing), I proceeded to run down the stairs a million miles an hour and just as I made it to the front door a massive chunk of cement crashed to the ground in front of me, I think I made it out though...

I think I woke up soon after that, but the really weird thing was when I woke up, I felt like I had just transferred back from another reality or something, it still felt as though half my mind was still in this other dimension and I could slowly feel full consciousness seeping back, I can tell you it was the weirdest feeling ever, and I sat up the next half an hour thinking about it (this was at 3am in the morning mind you). It almost felt as though I was coming back to some sort of illusion, I had the distinct feeling this room and the walls surrounding me, this bed I was laying on, all of it felt like an illusion, like a product of my mind.

EDIT: And I just want to add, that I only had the feeling my room was an illusion during the same time as it felt like half my mind was still somewhere else, it was sort of like the "reality of my room" wasn't holding together properly since I wasn't completely "with it".


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posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 10:38 PM
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That's really interesting. Wow. I would have been terrified a building collapsing on you? That's scary stuff. I sometimes wonder if there is something more going on with dreams of this sort. I also had a feeling of detachment from this reality as I awoke.



posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 10:44 PM
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Wow. I would have been terrified a building collapsing on you?
Yeah, I'm not completely sure what caused it to start collapsing as I don't think I heard any explosions, and I don't think it was an Earthquake either, however I knew what was causing it in my dream. You know those times in a dream when things just seem to "make sense" and you're not quite sure when you wake up, it's kind of like that...I know there was a reason, I just can't remember...



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posted on Sep, 20 2010 @ 11:49 PM
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Hey all,

First post.
I had a dream last night that seems to equate to the format previously described in this thread. Now I have to preface this story with something that I am curious about from the original poster. I remember dreaming very rarely, but up until recently, whenever I had a dream that I had any recollection of on waking, It would have some direct tie to something that happened in the day immediately following the dream or the day after. Example, had a dream from the perspective of the driver of a car that had a severe accident with a lifted 4x4. the next day, my brother's car was literally run over by a Ford Excursion with 40" tires that was speeding and crushed his hood and his legs in his project firebird he had just finished. The tie-in is obvious and a little scary, which will make the dream from last night all the more disturbing.

Last night, I dreamt so lucidly I thought I was in an alternate reality. I was in a typical suburban neighbourhood at a friends house for as barbeque and pool party. while we were waiting for the grill to heat up we dragged out a boombox and put on the radio. While we were enjoying ourselves and getting out the stuff for the grill we noticed the radio go dead. This is a big boombox, not one you would drown out with a conversation. We thought that someone there must have kicked the cord out of the wall or something while we were inside, and continued with what we were doing. when we returned outside we found it still plugged in and on but not making any noise. then a minute or so later, a loud, repetitive beep started to come from the box. This noise was followed by an announcement by a local radio news guy that something very serious was just coming in and that everyone needed to standby while they got it all in. When they continued with the message, they told all those listening that attacks had begun against the NAU (I don't know what that is). We were being told that the NAU was being invaded and that everyone was to start gathering to what were called protection zones in most urban areas nearby, with descriptions of where these places (or areas) were. It continued to say that those who didn't comply with this direction did so at their own risk, and that their safety could not be guaranteed but that they would be under military curfew 19 hours per day til further notice, only being allowed out between noon and 5pm 7 days a week for "approved activities" (whatever that means).
So from there my friend says he would rather be "protected" at one of these zones and starts packing a bag and loading his car to go to one of these protection zones a few miles away near the train yard at the port. I immediately got a panicked feeling and told I didn't think that was a good idea, but he wouldn't hear of it. I then told him that if he insisted on going there then I wanted him to go by the most round-about route and take only side streets to get there, then try and get close without being seen by those running the show and see what's up before continuing, returning if it looks off and I would wait for him there and get the wives on the phone and get them home A.S.A.F.P. just incase.
So he leaves, with most of his neighbours in the area doing the same and apparently did what I asked. About an hour later, he comes back at about 90mph down the street and runs up the lawn with the car. When he got out, he had been shot in the leg with some kind of device that had clamped on to where it had hit with some sort of barbs. He headed straight to the garage and proceeded to take a pair of pliers and rip the thing out, and then smashed it with a hammer. It had inside it some sort of injection device like a tiny syringe, that thankfully had not done it's job and dispensed. He said "dude, I'll get to explaining what I saw down there and how that thing got in my leg soon, but for now, get the girls and the four duffel bags in the basement crawlspace out and put them in the truck. "The Truck" is an old f250 he built for off roading that he uses maybe 5 times a summer but works on like it's a religion. He doesn't take it out except to go boggin' or crawlin' as he puts it and this hardly seems like the time for that but he seems serious so i get the stuff he asked and put them in the back and then we all climb in and start to pull out.
He then says the most frightening thing. "I don't know how much I can tell you just yet but I'll start with this...I hate camping...I mean I would rather set myself on fire than go camping.... What I saw down at the rail yard made me think that we need to go camping way upcountry for a while, maybe permanently. I know that sounds weird but when I tell you the rest you'll be happy we're camping."
Then I asked him if he wouldn't tell me the whole story, would he tell me what was in the duffels in the back. He said "those be the Bug out Bags, man. There's one for each of the four of us. If we need it for survival out where we're goin, it's in there. I made one up for you two, since I didn't know if you had made "preparations for the inevitable", which seems to be what's happening now. Wow, come on, you didn't know about this stuff being a possibility? Come on man, wake the F#%# up!"

Then I woke up. but it felt like I had been there then back as directly as changing a channel on a t.v., I was as awake immediately as one would be after 2 cups of coffee ( waking is normally a 20 minute process for me), and I was standing up in the middle of my room when I "woke up", doubling the effect, since I couldn't remember getting out of bed. But the weirdest part of that waking up was that it was at only 7am. I have worked 3pm-11pm or something close to that for most of my working life, and usually go to bed at 3-4am and get up around 11am. I also don't ever get up half way through for the bathroom or a snack as some do. To top it all off my wife is the lightest sleeper I've ever seen and would under any normal circumstance wake up just by me sitting up in bed never mind getting out of bed and walking across the creaky floor to the middle of the room.

So, not to thread jack, but wtf is that all about? or the other guys stuff too? what is happening to us?



posted on Sep, 21 2010 @ 07:01 AM
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Oddly, yours really does sound like an alternate reality, an out of body where you "hopped" into a parallel world into your double's body. NAU Sounds like something maybe equivalent to the UN maybe an alternate's acronym for Nation's Alliance Union, which if I'm not mistaken, was the first idea to name the UN. I looked it up online and got nothing but stuff about scuba diving instruction. I would think if it was another country's government it would have come up for google. Anyway yours definately sounds like you were in a different world. But that's just my opinion. That is a very frightening dream to have.

I also got this:



The North American Union (NAU) is a theoretical economic union, in some instances also a political union, of Canada, Mexico, and the United States. The concept is loosely based on the European Union, occasionally including a common currency called the Amero or the North American Dollar.While the idea for some form of union has been discussed or proposed. in academic, business and political circles for many decades, government officials from all three nations say there are no plans to create such a union and no agreement to do so has been signed.The formation of a North American Union has been the subject of various conspiracy theories.


from wiki


edit on 21-9-2010 by ldyserenity because: To add what I found when using periods between each letter




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posted on Sep, 21 2010 @ 09:25 AM
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I sure hope that dream isn's a premonition of things to come. The first thing that comes to mind with the NAU is the North American Union. That makes it seem like the future. Protection zones like FEMA camps
Are you located anywhere in North America?

It seems a lot of people are having dreams of something coming, or happening. The dream could also be telling you to make sure you have your bug out bag ready. If the North American Union does happen, remember that dream.

I am hoping these dreams are just meaning we're going on ATS too much, and we're now dreaming stuff about the SHTF.


LadySerenity,
Your dream almost sounds like you are going somewhere else in your dreams. I get that a lot, where I feel like I am actually living another life when I am dreaming. When it happens, I have a hard time pulling out of the dream.

The last time that happened, I dreamed I was out in my driveway in the middle of the night, talking with 3 other people. My dog that was sleeping up on the bed started barking and ran out of the room, like there really was someone outside. I had such a hard time waking up. It felt like I got pulled down through my bedroom ceiling back into bed. It was really weird. Then I had to go check, because he was still barking, really on guard, but there was no one there. I live on 10 acres, so there was nothing that should have gotten him barking like that. He has a different bark when it is about people. This was that type of bark. Plus, the other 2 dogs weren't barking. It was like he was barking at us (from in the dream), out in the driveway.



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posted on Sep, 21 2010 @ 10:43 AM
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Yes that truly sounds like an out of body dream. I forgot to look up dream tank I think I'll do that right now see if anything comes up.



posted on Sep, 21 2010 @ 02:00 PM
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Originally posted by snowspirit
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I sure hope that dream isn's a premonition of things to come. The first thing that comes to mind with the NAU is the North American Union. That makes it seem like the future. Protection zones like FEMA camps
Are you located anywhere in North America?

It seems a lot of people are having dreams of something coming, or happening. The dream could also be telling you to make sure you have your bug out bag ready. If the North American Union does happen, remember that dream.

I am hoping these dreams are just meaning we're going on ATS too much, and we're now dreaming stuff about the SHTF.


LadySerenity,
Your dream almost sounds like you are going somewhere else in your dreams. I get that a lot, where I feel like I am actually living another life when I am dreaming. When it happens, I have a hard time pulling out of the dream.

The last time that happened, I dreamed I was out in my driveway in the middle of the night, talking with 3 other people. My dog that was sleeping up on the bed started barking and ran out of the room, like there really was someone outside. I had such a hard time waking up. It felt like I got pulled down through my bedroom ceiling back into bed. It was really weird. Then I had to go check, because he was still barking, really on guard, but there was no one there. I live on 10 acres, so there was nothing that should have gotten him barking like that. He has a different bark when it is about people. This was that type of bark. Plus, the other 2 dogs weren't barking. It was like he was barking at us (from in the dream), out in the driveway.



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Thanks for the input snowspirit. I do actually live on the canadian west coast. Since I posted yesterday, I have been researching like mad and have found out that we're most likely talking about here is the North American Union and those security zones seem to be referring to something like the fema camps you mentioned. Being in the relative heart of a quite large city, this doesn't make me feel very comfortable about it, for sure. The only things giving me some momentary peace about it is that we do not yet have an official NAU, and the guy that was my "buddy" in the dream is a guy I haven't seen in a few years. The downside though to this is that he does live in the area now and I just found out that he still has "the truck". I really hope this is just a paranoid thing, but it really doesn't feel that way. Needless to say I am already collecting stuff for TSHTF situation bug out bag. And also, I have re-established contact with my friend, who got way freaked when I told him about the dream and even weirder he had a similar dream the same night that kept him out so long that he didn't get up till he had been in bed 10.5 hours (this guy never slept more than 7 hours in the 10 or so years i've known him.) And when he woke he too was standing in the middle of his room, and woke up feeling like he had been wide awake for hours. This is starting to get really strange.
Also, him and I started talking at a coffee shop in the first place years back because he overheard another friend of mine and I talking about another dream/premonition I had at that time. I really hope this isn't a genuine premonition, but I think it must be. I did not, even though I have been reading on ATS for some time read anything about either of the NAU or Fema camps before. That may prove to be a bad sign, right??
Btw snowspirit, whereabouts in the great white north are you?



posted on Sep, 21 2010 @ 02:39 PM
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I was actually raised in Vancouver, spent most of my life there. Now I live in Saskatchewan, about the 53rd parallel, close to the Manitoba border. It feels much better being out of the city. No where even near a city.

My husband was in a conversation with a student of geology years ago, and the guy was packing up his family and moving away from BC because of the earthquake / ring of fire threat.

It feels quite safe out here, not likely a place where they would bother rounding people up, being where farmland meets forest. Very sparcely populated, and most people out here have both quads and snowmobiles. Low cost of living makes it easier to have toys like those.

Remember Vancouver is a main port, and not a safe place to be anywhere near if the SHTF. It would be a main target in Canada, plus in a natural disaster it is at sea level, in an earthquake and the ring of fire zone.

I would pay close attention to your dreams, and maybe think of relocation.
The dream could be trying to tell you something.



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