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Originally posted by FissionSurplus
Greetings, fellow ATSers....
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!
Originally posted by wills120
I've been here on ATS since 2006 just lurking (I think I've only posted once) and this thread really jumped out at me.
I've been having dreams for the last 2-3 years of a coming end of the world or some kind of nuclear holocaust. My wife thinks these are related to financial problems we've been experiencing or the fact that we just got married a few years ago....you know, the whole "loss of independence" thing.
I'm 35 and honestly nothing like this happened when I was younger. The dream is almost exactly the same each time: It starts with a bunch of people walking with us to the beach in a hurry(my wife and I live about a block from the ocean). It's night and there is no electricity so it's pitch black, we can hear police sirens in the distance and people sobbing around us. We get down to the beach and I've got this feeling we're just waiting for something.....something horrible. I'm looking at the ocean and there is the blinding light and horrible crashing noise, the ground is shaking, people are screaming....my wife is holding me and I look to the North only to see a giant wall of fire coming for us....
Then I wake up. Sometimes in a sweat, sometimes so violently that I wake my wife. I had it again Monday night.
It should be noted that I live about 5 miles South of Mayport Naval Station and it's completely possible that fact has been unconsciously woven into my dream but I feel as though it's something more.....more like a warning.
It could be nothing and I hope nobody minds, just thought I would share.
[edit on 22-2-2008 by wills120]
Originally posted by MaMaa
I guess the way I figure it is even if I could find somewhere to hide out and avoid death, would it be a world worth living in? Would I lose my children, my family and friends? Would it be better to just meet my maker from the beginning and save myself the hell of probably dying slowly from the after effects of nuclear war? ....
Originally posted by SubAce
I have an idea of why this might be happening.
In today's culture there are a lot of post-apocalyptic movies and video games out there. The Fallout Series is one of them. And there are many, many movies out there with post-apocalyptic themes.
Is it possible, that what people are feeding their minds with also affects their dreams?
Originally posted by xZodiacx
I describe this entire post as fear mongering. Honestly if you were logical and believed that thought creates reality, this is only spreading the fear and idea around to other people.
This is expanding this ridiculous train of thought and so many people are going to think or be scared that something is going to happen that eventually there is going to be a collective thought amongst the whole world and something is going to happen and that will become our reality.
Avert your attention and precious time that you do have on this Earth to not worrying about your future, but living in the present.
btw did you notice it is pre-sent. Reality is pre-sent from your thought. Thought creates reality. Make sense?????
Originally posted by parksh
reply to post by FissionSurplus
My son (10y/o) had one about a month ago. He was in San Antonio visiting the Alamo with my brother and his recently deceased Grandpa. I just thought it was one of those saying goodbye to a love one dreams, but maybe there was more to it. He says he was looking out from the front of the Alamo and there were little mushroom clouds everywhere. Strange.
Peace and Love
Originally posted by rbnhd76
I used to have the most vivid dreams of running through desolate places,
bombed out cities, scorched country-side, etc.
Always hiding and avoiding -something-