reply to post by mblahnikluver
I had considered the connection to the hospital but I was too lazy to go back and edit it.
"Stargate" is one of my all time favorite movies next to "Donnie Darko". I think Aliens and Egypt go hand in hand.
I was surprised to see there was a Google street view for it too. Google is very thorough! I've always wondered if they will be like Umbrella Corp.
one day. Maybe those tanks hold the T-Virus being made at the hospital? I jest, but in all seriousness maybe the dream was about breaking into the
facility and what you saw were guards?
You are not alone in precognitive dreams, my friend. It happens to the best of us. Some people just have trouble accepting it and others, like you and
me and others in this thread accept it for what it is.
I have a theory that while we are sleeping we are able to stop thinking for a while about the immediate future and look a little further ahead. Most
people predict the future on a daily basis but its so second nature that they don't notice. Why would the same precognitive skills that work for one
or two days not work for one or two years as well?
We are just so distracted by the here and now and so anxious to get everything now that we don't use our skills to the fullest. I have a feeling that
before TPTB the Myans and Egyptians were able to preconceive the distant future in addition to the immediate future.
So sometimes, for a few minutes at night, when we are not watching TV or playing video games or something of the sort, (any of the other things TPTB
use to distract us) we are able to tap into that ability. Its not mystical or paranormal at all. It is just mathematical abilities we all have that
allow us to extrapolate, based on current events and historical knowledge, what the future will possibly look like.
Read "1984" and any Ray Bradbury book, scifi writers were all, to some degree, precognitive.
I would go to a great many lengths to see the space shuttle launch. I wish I could be there. I will have to live it vicariously I suppose. We share
the same enthusiasm over aerospace.
Also you don't sound like a total psycho like some people that come on here. You used good grammar, good spelling, paragraphs, sentence structure
with the proper words in their proper place and your story just sounds totally realistic and credibile. You will find that most people, when
approached in a sane, calm manner will eventually admit to having had precognitive dreams. Perhaps the same one you have had.
Nuclear weapons only terrify me if I were to survive one; I would rather be killed at ground zero than live my life as a sterile, radioactive burn
victim waiting to die of cancer. Living in the most populated city and state in the US (Los Angeles, CA), I fear we would be one of the first ciies