posted on Jul, 18 2011 @ 04:58 PM
I had a dream several weeks ago that I still remember vividly. Even if I believed it could possibly be a premonition or something I wouldn't know
how to distinguish one of those dreams from just a dream-dream. I'm just saying it had "that kind of quality"--a dream that you never forget.
The dream takes place over several weeks, and mostly takes place where I work. At first, the talking heads and news reports start talking about a
possible nuclear war between the US and some other country, or maybe involving the whole world.
Anyway, as the dream progresses, people start out laughing about it and making fun of the whole idea. People make jokes about it putting an end to
whatever major professional sports season is about to start, etc.
As the dream continues, weeks go by. People start talking about the possible nuclear war more seriously, even causing some people to look into
whether or not it could really happen. People start canceling frivolous purchases and start putting away serious supplies. No one is joking
Finally, in the last scenes of the dream, people are crying (worried), leaving town to be with their relatives across the country, etc. People are
heading for the hills. People are standing in line to use the phone where I work (I guess cell phone service is out for some reason), and everyone in
the dream is very serious, somber, and no one any longer has a sense of humor. People stop by the store with all their worldly goods strapped to
their vehicles. As one of them comes into the store for something he explains that the wife insisted they quit their jobs and "go to be with their
loved ones in Florida" in case it's the last time they get to see them.
The dream ends with dread hanging over the whole thing.
Just typing all of that still gives me the chills.
It's probably just a dream right? But how do you tell?