posted on Jul, 3 2011 @ 03:20 AM
I had one about 2 weeks ago that seemed absolutely, compltely real...
My fiance and I were in a place I have never seen but my mind was comfortable as if it was my house. I'm guessing it was winter as the ground looked
mostly barren and the trees were all leafless. Well, we apparently had friends over and I was doing something outside when I looked up into the sky,
oh I forget to mention it was quite a dark night. When I looked up onto the sky I saw one of the wildest sights I have ever imagined.
In the sky I could make out the moon which was full but strangely darker than a normal full moon. Well, next to the moon I noticed a line of very
bright stars to the right about a foot or so away based on my line of sight. So the I see a huge object to the left of the moon through the clearing
in the barren tree limbs. Holy s***, o think as I realize its size trumped the size of the moon. Upon closer examination I notice the object looks
just like Jupiter, it had the alternating Orange-red and tan bands with the red storm eye that is present on Jupiter. Wow, I thought, I have got to
show my fiance and the quests this so I head inside to grab them. When I returned to the outdoors everyone notices the planet but its moved
drastically since just moments before. Now it was beginning to eclipse the moon. Well we watch for just a moment then our guests, neighbors I guess,
decide to head home to grab their video camera. So Lauren and I sit down on the yard and watch expecting the neighbors to return any minute. Then I
get the scares realization of what is currently happening....
The object in the sky seemed to be getting larger, Oh my God, its headed straight for earth. So I get up and pick up lauren quickly to get her up. We
begin to walk back to the house when I notice out of the corner of my eye that the object was currently impacting the planet, I see huge rocks being
thrown into the air, an extremely bright light, like a nuclear explosion, who's source seems to be moving closer.... rapidly.
Run, run, get to the house!!! I yelled as I began to Sprint. my thoughts at the time were clearly indicating that I understood there was really no
avoiding it but I couldn't convince myself to stop running. I look over towards lauren... this is the last time ill ever see her I thought as the
bright explosion of light, magma, and rock traveling quickly towards us.
As it gets closer I get a good glimpse at a huge ball (the unknown planet that looks like Jupiter) smashing into the earth and along the edge where
the planets meet there were huge rocks, magma/lava being thrown into the air... a thought occurs, in going to be on top of the ground as the planet
near and I'm going to be thrown into the air long with those huge pieces of earth and lava, as will lauren. I force myself to stop thinking about it
as the terror was overwhelming.
The collision is moving ever closer and fast, I realize that only 5 minutes has passed since the neighbors left and only ten seconds had passed since
we got up and began running. well, the collision is directly behind me now and only 5 feet to my left is my fiance, we are still at top speed and
I wake up and realize that what had just happened was all a dream, but it felt so real. It was one of those dreams that when you wake up reality
doesn't even seem to be as real as what I had just seen. My assumption about the end of the dream was that as the collision moved closer it was
traveling so quickly that anything that came in contact with the leading edge (where rocks and lava were being thrown into the air) was
instantaneously vaporized. The wildest part was that when the edge reached us I felt no pain and everything went completely black but I did not
instantly wake up as I normally do the instant I die in a dream. I was still dreaming for about a second after everything went black. I don't know
what this dream meant about my subconscious but I can tell you that it was the most vivid dream I've ever had and I believe I will always remember it
in perfect detail until the day I die.
Well, anyway, just though I would share my most memorable death dream, I hope you enjoyed.