a reply to: mblahnikluver
That was an old account I had to change - I posted that.
I haven't had any more dreams about that area.
We have a friend in Florida, who has a good friend that is an agent of the FBI, or CIA, (it's been a few years, my memory is getting foggy on the
details). But he had built a massive security system around his home, in which he has a veritable armory (a huge collection of firearms and
ammunition). He was getting really paranoid and proclaimed that a civil war was coming to the USA. He claimed he knew (through some sort of secret
info) that a race war was going to happen in the not so far future, and he was preparing for it.
At the time we took that as crazy ramblings of a man losing his mind. But time and time again, as I see more events like the recent church shooting,
it returns to memory and I wonder.... I wonder if the government and corporate masters would have a reason for wanting to provoke and create an
internal race war?
I don't know. But he claimed it was going to be hugely destructive. So that comes to my mind again, as I return to this thread.
So have you had similar dreams again?
France is great, only problem is there are so many french people. LOL - I'm kidding. But when I see the drought conditions in my native California, I
am glad I got out in time. We live in an area that has lots of water. We actually move to this particular area largely because of dreams I was having
many years ago concerning some sort of catastrophies, which told me to seek high ground, with everything we need to be autonomous. So we found
outselves an old guard construction on top of a mountain with three foot thick stone walls, a couple natural springs, land, old stone ovens outside,
and even some equipment like a horse drawn plow.
Even if nothing ever happens to the world, I am still glad we heeded the dreams because we love living here, and it made us less fearful in a general
way. We're a little less likely to feed into mass fear production in the collective atmosphere.
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