posted on May, 28 2011 @ 09:29 PM
reply to post by surrealist
I felt very ill 2 days before the earth quake in Japan. I laid down hoping to feel better. The best way to describe how I felt was drunk and in
pain. Vertigo, stomach upset, headachey. I laid down and during this nap had a dream I was walking through a parking lot and cars were buckling in
around me like big tin cans. Then I thought, "the earth is moving" after that thought a rush of feeling went through me that many lives would be
lost. 2 days later the quake.
I was very overwhelmed by this. Several days after I had the dream we were watching the middle east - a country not currently dominating the news and
some major calamity was going to take place and the world would be watching. I felt we would be looking east from the US. I felt our military would
become involved and we would be captivated by this development. (To be honest I am concerned about a Carrier Loss, because it seemed we in the US
were very rivited by this event - 24/7 news stuff. Major big.) Meanwhile I feel that while we are busy being captivated by this something of great
significance would take place from behind or that is to say from the West. I felt West Coast.
I lived in Seattle years ago. Near the coast. I could hear the seals barking. I had Tsunami dreams - and I was a girl from the midwest with no
experience with Tsunamis. I also had great fear of being on Highway 5, that it would collaps. I developed a kind of phobia about being on 5. I also
was very uneasy concerning the Tsunami dreams. Of course these dreams did not come to pass.
I have not totally recovered from my earth quake dream though . . . little too close for comfort.
I don't want to vaguely know - I also have had sort of empathic feelings concerning loss of life.
I "knew" during Katrina that the loss would end up being large. I knew for Japan. And have even felt recently the great loss of life from all these
storms in the US, I just know before they even start letting the numbers out. It is not pleasant. I don't communicate or anything - it is really
just a feeling of unease and loss. I "knew" when my mom passed too - this is not pleasant and is difficult to articulate and sounds very woo-woo I
know. To be honest it is not uncommon to have this feeling, and then become anxious as to what is going to happen.
I fear there may be very devasting natural events that will take place in my country (USA) before the end of the year compounding our already troubled
economy. I hope not.
To be a little more scientific about this aside from my dreams I proably anticipate the reality of situations a little more accurately then most
people around me. When others are still in shock - I am already taking stock. This might be due to the fact, or the reason I was selected to work in
command post positions when I was in the military. I can tell you I get frustrated by lack of command and control in situations like Katrina -
because I have worked command and control. That said I also have "dreams - and feelings" and I know that is not accepted left brain stuff.
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