(Taken from a previous thread that I had commented on, not many people saw my reply I don't think. So maybe it will do you some justice.)
My girlfriend and I have both had UFO dreams, on and off for the past year.
She had them first. I have made a thread about them, "Girlfriend's Dream" it is titled. I did my best to write it as accurately as possible, with
her over my shoulder as I wrote it.
--- Very interesting dream though - I highly suggest you check it out in my profile.
But yeah. After she had the phenomenal dreams - I was angry that I never had my own experiences.
I, like you, am the one who spends all this time on ATS and beyond soaking up information/lies regarding the UFO phenomena - and here SHE is having
these not only UFO dreams, but extremely deep "anomaly" dreams.
Then I finally had one, and it was very trippy, but I would not say that it "felt" necessarily real - compared to her experiences, which I'd hardly
even call dreams.
Dream: Sitting on a green hill with girlfriend, I wave down this ball of light flying in the air. As it comes closer, I can see it is a giant orange
disc. As it flies right above us, a green light splashes over me. I wake up in this tiny compartment, wearing a tight-fitting sleeping bag. And then I
meet what looks kind of similar to maybe... Mars Attacks... I never got a full look at the E.T, but he said "Get sleep. Get sleep" - instead I start
worming around the tiny compartments, really child-like and happy I am having a UFO experience - I get to the front of the craft, and there is a
really mediocre airplane seat. I sit in it, because in this part of the ship it actually HURTS - like gravity is being shifted due to how fast the
craft is. I start to get one of those "face breaking" dreams, where my nose and jaw are cracking - all the while looking out this window of this
space ship, watching this freeway below me.
Pretty intense. Woke up after that. But though it was interesting I am not convinced that it was anything more than my self conscious.
Here are the threads I wrote of her experiences, edited rigorously by her: