posted on Jun, 18 2011 @ 07:51 PM
I am fairly new to ATS. I have never been one to talk about visions or dreams or such things. However, a few years ago, when I was living in
Northern Lower Peninsula Michigan, I had a recurring nightmare about people in the area running from some moderately moving lava and the only way we
would be safe is if we got to Gaylord on I75 and then headed to Southern Michigan.
This dream happened about 4 - 5 times. Same dream. Same lava. It would start in the Little Traverse Bay by Harbor Springs, MI, and then move across
the 'tip of the mitt' as it is called.
There was another thread about a crack in the ground in Menominee, MI, that is about the same Latitude as Gaylord. May not be related at all, but
found it interesting that there was a crack in the ground at same Latitude. ATS Link to
Menominee, MI story.
Here is a Quote from another ATS thread:
Originally posted by Red Cloak
There is in addition to New Madrid, also the branch lines of it. This is another long kept secret from the general public. There is also the branch
line off New Madrid that is called Wabash Valley. In addition to that, there is also a fault line that runs under Lake Michigan.
Both of the lines can be activated if New Madrid is completely destabilized. There have actually been quite large earthquakes in the Chicago region in
the not so distant past. There are many stories of these quakes from the very earliest settlers and also from the Native Americans of the region.
Based on the accounts the earthquakes can be very, very big.
South Carolina also has a dangerous fault line, as does the New York city area.
Also, the State of Michigan has paid people minimum wage to walk around the woods carrying a seismograph in search of earthquakes. What are they
Is there any truth to my dream? As I said, I usually don't speak of such things, and usually don't dream such things either. I don't watch scary
movies. I have not heard of any volcanoes in NLP Michigan. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
Mod, I hope this is in the correct forum.