Greetings, fellow ATSers.
A week ago we were having dinner at a local pizza place with some neighbors of ours, and they told us they went to a Christian retreat that had a
survivalist theme. One of the neighbors said that, oddly enough, no less than three people, including herself, had dreams in the past few months that
a nuclear bomb had destroyed Abilene, Texas.
I remember thinking to myself, what's so special about Abilene, isn't it just truck stops, cowboys and tumbleweeds? I made it a point when I got home
to look up Abilene and see if there would be a reason to get hit with a nuke. Apparently, there is. Abilene is home to Dyess Air Force Base, where
the B1-B long range bombers are based, so it would make a very good target if they wanted to take out a good chunk of our bomber fleet.
Then I shared my odd little dream that I had about ten years ago. In this dream, I'm living on some flat, dry, brown prairie, and I'm driving in a
white truck returning from some place in the west and going east. Suddenly there are flashes of light, and my truck stops dead, so I pull it over and
look behind back towards the west, and I see 5 large missiles shooting up into the sky, then curving and going east over my head.
It is then that I realize that they are nuclear missiles and the S has officially hit the F. My truck refuses to start so I grab my purse and I run
like my backside is on fire trying to make it home.
It was such a vivid dream that I never forgot it, and when we were looking for houses to buy last year and I saw this place, it was the exact place
that was in my dream. The landscape was the same, the road is the same, and we are only a mile from the New Mexico border, so if the dream was
prophetic, those nukes came out of New Mexico. Because I had never been out here before until we were brought here by the real estate agent, I was
pretty freaked out, but took it as a sign that we need to be here.
I do believe that there is a collective consciousness in the dream world, and many of us are picking up on this nuclear aspect. That is not the only
nuke dream I've had, but it illustrates best why it freaks me out, and why I've bought things like Potassium iodide pills and a reprint of an old
book, "How To Survive A Nuclear Disaster".
My question to you posters out there is, how many of you have had nuclear dreams, and what exactly happened in the dream. Also feel free to share any
other dreams that you deem pertinent to the discussion.
Thanks, I hope to hear from you, because I don't want to be the only looney who has these crazy, scary dreams!
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