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Originally posted by Ericthedoubter
Then the tank collapsed into itself.
Just sucked in-then came a massive explosion,profoundly bigger than munitions or fuel could account for,which destroyed everything-There was no mushroom cloud,though.
Originally posted by Stagea
You want to know.
A week ago I had a very strange dream. The dream seemed to be in three parts. Make of it what you will.
Its started off I was in a park, but the park was surrounded by buildings. Tall building at least 30/40 stories high. Whilst in the park enjoying the sunshine I noticed a roaring sound and people were looking up into the sky. I turned, but as I turned I noticed going past in the distance to my left an aircraft heading straight for a building. I watched it hit the building and explode. I couldn't help but think, not again. People where rushing towards the building for a closer look, to help and so on. But I had a very bad feeling and something told me to get as far away from the city as possible.
Next I am in my car with my partner, I have a sense of urgency to get far away into the country side as possible. We are driving and to my surprise looking at people on the road driving towards the city and people going about their daily lives unaware something terrible was coming. My partner kept questioning me if I knew what I was doing. She was scared about her work and we couldn't afford to lose our jobs. The whole time it was like my gut feeling was being tested and I began to wonder if I should turn around and head home.
We see a turn off and the name of a mountain (I can't remember its name exactly) it was called something like stars, or celestial or something to do with the sky. And I said we'll drive in here and walk to the top of the mountain. We get to a place on the mountain with a lookout. Its wonderful. The view is magnificent, a crystal clear sunny day and I can see for miles and miles.
As we are looking at the view I start to feel relaxed. I start to feel everything is okay, and I was probably overreacting and being paranoid. I tell my partner I'm sorry for dragging her all this way and she smiles and says we'll just see it as a weekend away. She then turns from me towards the lookout to see the view and comments how beautiful it is. As I am standing behind her, watching her enjoy the view I see in the distance a nuclear explosion.
Its very far away, but the distinctive mushroom cloud can clearly be seen. We both stand there in complete silence looking at it.
Next I am in some building, in a different city. It is total mayhem outside. We are in a stairwell and I chain locked and barricaded the door. I tell my partner we need to got to the top floor as quickly as possible. We make our way up the stairs, its dark, their is no power. Outside its day time, I can see through the windows of this building, but its so dark. Like when a thunderstorm is overhead and everything has that dark orange type of glow about it. Downstairs outside I can hear madness. Screaming, sirens and the sound of people in panic. Lots of people, thousands of voices.
We make our way to the top floor and can see the city. Its in darkness. There are no lights anywhere. People seem to be heading in all directions, running this way and that. No one is hurting anyone else, I cannot see any violence, but I can see people trying to get inside the buildings. Some of the buildings, the really tall ones I see so many people trying to get in that they've blocked themselves from getting in. It sounds terrifying with people screaming and an urgency to seek shelter.
Then my partner screams "look!" and I can faintly see something in the distance coming towards the city. I am trying to focus to make out what it is. My partner is asking what is it, and I am silent trying to understand what I am looking at. It is like the clouds are being stretched. Flattened out and sent to the ground. Almost like they are being dramatically turned into a mist of some sort. As I'm watching the clouds change in a way I've never seen before I notice that when the clouds reach the buildings, the buildings begin to get covered in frost.
I can see everything the clouds/mist touch become frozen. Then like a thunderous roar it gets close enough I can hear it. The wind is like a cyclone and the building begins to shake. I can hear windows exploding in the lower floors of the building and the temperature suddenly drops in the room we are standing in. The windows stay intact, but they instantly become covered in frost. We make our way to a small broom closet and huddle in there with the door closed, as we sit there in silence I notice I can't hear the cities mayhem anymore. Just a howling wind, and its getting colder by the second.
I wake up, and its been on my mind ever since.
elephant with wings
09/01/10 at 23:35:23
I had just watched a horse race and I took the winning horse back to a farm of some sort where a barn was located. Just beside the barn was a small white fence and in it contained 2 elephants with wings. The wings were part of the elephant, as if it was natural.
I took the horse inside the barn were it bowed as if it were bowing to people because he had won the race. I then went back outside and those 2 elephants were gone but a much larger one was there, again with the wings.
This guy was huge, bigger than any other elephant around, bigger than a mammoth even. The horse came out of the barn and the elephant grabbed him with his trunk and swallowed the horse whole.
Then it ran off towards a forest, it didn't fly but it's wings were still noticeable. It disappeared into the forest and then my thoughts changed to where I was thinking someone is going to destroy it.
I watched a fighter jet far off in the distance launch a missile and all I could think was "I wonder if that was an atomic bomb?" then BANG the sky lit up and I saw the shock wave, I hid behind a white wooden house, perhaps an outside toilet but it was not strong enough. Then I woke up.