posted on Feb, 19 2012 @ 05:01 AM
I have, for the last year or so, had many dreams about cataclysmic events, most of which involved nukes. What really stands out from those dreams is
the intense sensation of being in a huge crowd of people, all of whom are just wandering about with nowhere to go. A lot of them are burned and/or
otherwise badly injured. We are all thirsty - worse than thirsty; we are parched and dehydrated. There is plenty of water but we can't drink it
because it is tainted. The landscape is barren.
When I was younger, I had TERRIFYING dreams. There was a wailing, like a civil defense siren, and I was always trying frantically to reach home on
foot. There were many frantic people running everywhere. Suddenly there would be a loud sound like thunder, but amplified to impossible, deafening
volume. It was a boom and a roar all at once, and it started suddenly. It was always followed quickly by a sudden sensation of something like wind,
but not wind. It was more of a pressure or an impact, but it kept going. It was powerful enough to tear a body apart. Just as it hit me, I would
come back, screaming, into wakefulness. That sound and wind/not a wind is the most frightening thing I've ever encountered. I believe that I was
dreaming about being nuked.
I live in a strategically valuable area; we're ripe for the picking. Within a small radius, my area contains a military base, a nuclear power plant,
and an intl airport with fighter-friendly runways (obvious strategic importance), and two MAJOR assets valuable for shipping/commerce - Interstate 80
for E - W travel, and the Mississippi River for N - S travel. I've always maintained that if a nuclear strike were imminent, I'd put the kids in
the car and drive all of us to the likeliest target, and then sit and wait. Much better to be vaporized than to die a slow death from burns,
infection, poisoning or starvation, IMO!
I absolutely believe that we can tap into a collective intelligence/subconscious when we dream, and I'm fascinated by the responses here. I hope
that the dreams are simply a way of coping with the fear of cataclysmic events in general, and nuclear annhilation specifically.