posted on Sep, 10 2004 @ 11:09 PM
HA!!! I figured out my login problem!
Anyways, I've been wanting to reply to this for some time. Now I really don't know what to say, lol... been too long.
In my 'dream' thing, it was wierd (I still remember it pretty vividly)... I knew, for some reason, that the lower elevations were still OK, but not
for too long. Up here in the higher elevations, the mountains were pretty much burnt bare. Vegitation was all burnt away, and it was like the
protection from the sun was disappearing. At the lower elevations there was still enough air left to keep out a good portion of the suns rays.
I stayed because I knew that the entire earth would be barren soon anyways, and I figured I'd just take a nap in the sun... pass out so I don't have
to suffer. What scared me most about this whole vision is that I felt the fear, I felt the heat... I felt everything as if it were really happenning,
and it scared the crap out of me. That's why I remember it so well
What it was is the sun shed a shell that burnt off the rest of the ozone layer. I really can't remember about the earth stopping it's rotation, but
I remember that daylight had lasted at least a couple days already, so I assume that the planet had stopped. The sun said it was about 6 or 7pm on a
summer day... about 20-30 degrees above the horizon. It was a darker yellow, not shining as bright as it did before, but that could have been from the
dust in the air. The winds wouldn't blow anymore, and air was extremely stagnant. Basically it was like Earth was becoming Mars-like.
I've been wondering if maybe I was seeing the last days of Mars or something, lol. Or the last days of Earth, which scares me. Like I said, it
wasn't a trance, but it wasn't a 'daydream' type of vision, either. It was like I was there, even down to what I felt like... the heat, the sun...
Still gives me quivvers thinking about it