I believe you and would like to say why. I have been having disaster premonitions for about 5 years, all involving earthquakes and resulting
tsunamis. I have mentioned in other threads before that when the movie "2012" came out, the promo for it showing the Buddhist monk ringing a bell on
top of a mountain as the ocean flooded over the mountain tops, freaked. me. out. This is because I have seen that very thing, minus the bell-ringing
monk. These are very common links between so many, just looking online will reveal so many having these dreams and premonitions.
I don't always have dreams, per se, I sometimes have what I call "waking dreams". They come from nowhere and I am experiencing what I am seeing, like
being in a dream. It is very intense and they are few, but they do happen. When reading your post, I got goosebumps because of how similar your
premonitions are to mine and to dreams I have had. I will explain in a minutes, but first, I have to say that I've been experiencing extreme bouts of
synchronicity, and my finding this is one more example of it. Earlier today, a quake near the Louisiana border occurred, somethign I was discussing
not two days ago on here, because of dreams & premonitions we both had. Now I find this.
A few years ago, I had a "waking dream"/premonition about standing on a California beach. I have never been before, but I knew it was. The beach
went parallel to a main street, public beach that had a sidewalk and the samd wasn't that deep before you reached water. It was early in the morning,
it felt cool. To this day, I have held to the belief that it was either June or September, because of the temperature and location of the sun in the
sky. There was a jogger on my side of the street and a guy on a bike on the other side. The other side of the street had a few buildings, 5 stories
or so, with a couple of maybe 10-story buildings, white stucco. It felt like the south end of town, was still urban and business-like, but close to
residential areas. Suddenly, I hear something crash or bang into the ocean behind me, not too far off of shore. It causes an immediate, loud
cracking sound, unearthly, a ripping sound that was totally deafening. At this, the buildings across the street crumble and the guy on the bike gets
squished. Suddenly, I'm over the city and see the ocean water rushing in on the streets, climbing the hills, and the whole city is beneath the water.
I knew it was California. I do not know what city it was, though, after having a similar dream in the past year, it seems to me that it would be
either at Pacifica, California or very close, which is just outside of San Francisco. However, I can't be sure, as I have never been there, if my
description matches any of what I "saw".
Here is the other one. I just posted this on another thread, the one I mentioned with the conversation about someone and the Louisiana earthquakes.
I was staying in a hotel in Savannah, Georgia, somewhere else I have never been. The hotel was old, historic, and was on the side of a cobblestone
street. The other side seemed to be a waterfront or river. Near the hotel was a small restaurant/diner with a white front, small in comparison to
the buildings on the street, with no decor and bright flourescent lights. While my husband stayed in the hotel with the kids, I went to grab us
dinner, as it was already dark out. It was pretty temperate outside, seemed like summer. As I went to the diner, the owner said she had to close and
leave. She was putting a temp sign on the door. i asked what was going on, because she seemed panicked, but she wouldn't say. As I went back
outside, towards the hotel, I noticed residents rushing around, silently but quickly. A woman holding a suitcase stopped me in the street, flustered
and almost crying, and said that she wasn't supposed to tell anyone, but would tell me because she would feel guilty otherwise. The government was
evacuating residents out and not telling tourists, due to a panic, that water was coming into the city, a tsunami. She stressed that no one could
know, but to save my family. As I ran to the hotel, my husband and children came down and suddenly water covered the streets, very, very quickly,
coming from what looked like (in my dream) the south, but coming up and over the river area parallel to the street. It was so cold and so fast and so
deep, there was no time to act. My son got swept away as my husband tried to reach me. I did not experience an earthquake, but in the dream, I knew
there had to be one to cause the tsunami.
Lastly, I would like to see what you feel about earthquakes in Colorado and along the New Madrid Fault in the next 1-1 1/2 weeks. I felt that
sometime in the 3rd week of May, we would have one in CO in the upper 5-low 6 range, preceding an upper 6-(low)7 along the NMF around a week or so
later. Thoughts? xo
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