reply to post by Darkblade71
Wow, sounds like that dream was a real ugly one. It's been a while since I had one like that, but they can just stay away. Had a couple that ended
with me sitting straight up in bed, sweating, teeth clenched and screaming through them, and my eyes wide open. Kinda sounds like the night terrors
kids have sometimes.
The thing that hit me most about the dream was the fact that at some point, I had to decide to turn my back on the people I was trying to save and let
them go. I knew they wouldn't make it, but I also knew I had to leave them behind and let them die if I was going to make it. Somewhere in my mind I
knew that I needed to survive, because most were going to die.
I had to let Buddy go because I knew I had to be a part of whatever future the remaining few people would face. My purpose was to help people cope and
survive, so I chose to step into the role and give up my own wants and desires. I remember grabbing two or three pictures of me and my parents, a pair
of boots (besides the tennis shoes I had on), two or three outfits, a light jacket and a heavy coat. I stuffed bottles of water in there and some
crackers and took off. Oh yeah, I think I grabbed a pillow on the way out... LOL!
There wasn't any time for thinking, or choosing, or planning. It was over, and that was a mournfully sick feeling. I think that was the main feeling
I had in this dream. Knowing so many people were going to die, but I had done all I could do personally to save a few, and nobody listened. They made
fun of me.
It's almost like when you share your feelings about your spiritual or paranormal experiences. People just don't want to hear; they'd rather think
about where to go party this weekend, or what's on sale at the department store. Ignorance is bliss, I guess. Once you learn something you can't
unlearn it, and most just don't want to step outside of their comfort zones to consider another facet of reality.
I had another dream with the same feelings before, where something was crashing into the earth and shattering a "cover" over the planet. Blue sparks
shot out from the impact site, and a great wind came rushing at me. I didn't have time to go back inside to be with my parents when it hit, so I
crouched down at the corner of our house and prepared for the very real probablity I was about to die. I regretted not being able to warn them, or be
with them, as they were both elderly.
I hope neither of these dreams are premonitions, but if a major disaster were to hit here, I'm afraid the first dream is how a great many people
would react. Look at how the people expecting a global change on 12/21/2012 were treated. I did feel a huge shift in possibilities, and actually felt
excited about the future. A lot of people felt nothing, and from the way it sounded, some were even disappointed the world didn't end.
Most of the critics leaped onto the "let's make fun of the preppers" bandwagon, and I still hear it now, almost a year later. That just shows me
the majority of people who have no idea of the developing patterns of weather, human nature and things "out there" will ignore everything to their
own peril, like in my first dream. It will have to literally bite them in their netherparts to get their attention, and by then it will be too late.
The stockpiles of water and food some people put away will be handy for any disaster, natural or man-made.
Doesn't matter if it's an alien invasion, supervolcano eruption, massive tsunami heading for the east coast, or a hurricane a'coming. There's
always going to be someone who will ignore all advice in favor of their own stubbornness.
Okay, I'll stop rambling now...