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Dream about tidal wave

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posted on May, 31 2012 @ 04:42 PM
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I don't often write about my dreams but I wanted to share this one as it really disturbed me.

In my dream I am at a beach area with an amusement park/water park vibe. It seems to be on either a small island or peninsula as there is water on at least three sides that I can see. I am with my pop and I am trying to find a suitable activity for his age (86). While I am looking at one side of the beach and the rides there something catches my attention; I turn around to look at the other side, (I seem to be standing on something that is elevated) on that side there are only some buildings and no entertainments so there are fewer people. I can see in the distance a wall of water rushing at the land but I can't tell how high it is.

I start yelling at the people I can see to warn them, but they just look at me funny and carry on with what they are doing. Finally a man in a red shirt looks to where I am pointing and starts to yell at people to move, to go higher. Just as he does this the water is starting to come ashore. It is not very high, only 3 or 4 feet but it is uprooting trees and pushing all kinds of debris before it. All of it .ing into the park area which is full of people, most of them standing in line for a ride.

That is when I woke up with the shivers and shortness of breath. I have no idea if this dream means anything, I just know that this one scared the beejeebers out of me. I don't have any idea where the place in the dream might have been. I don't even know what country I was in. It seemed to be a Western nation considering the dress and activities that I observed. But I really am not sure.

The only place I have been lately near the water, with my pop, was Corpus Christi, Tx. I don't recall that there is a place there that is similar to what I saw in my dream.

So, that's it. Not a big thing as my dreams go, just a bitter one. I really just wanted to share.




posted on May, 31 2012 @ 04:46 PM
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Can i ask, why are you posting to tell us about a dream you had.



posted on May, 31 2012 @ 04:55 PM
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Because a lot of people on this site like to hear about these kind of matters....

What's it toooo ya!!



posted on May, 31 2012 @ 05:18 PM
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Try not to take it too seriously. I've had plenty of tidal wave/drowning dreams myself, and look I'm still here.
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Water often symbolizes emotion. Perhaps you've been feeling overrun by emotions lately?

In one of the coolest dreams I can remember I was standing in a skyscraper with floor to ceiling windows. The building overlooked a glorious city, unlike any I've ever seen. Everything looked pastel and sparkling, pink skies, beautiful. I look to my left and notice a giant wave hovering over the rooftops. I felt fear as it got closer and closer. Then as is crashed it inundated everything under me. Wiped out the whole city. I stood there in awe watching it all happen.

Then in one of the scariest dreams I can remember I was walking along this riverside park near my home. It started to drizzle, then rain, then pour. I noticed the river was overflowing on the pavement. I started to run home but the water got higher and higher. By the time the water was waist deep I found myself in a children's playground. People were hanging out to the jungle gym trying not to be swept away. Someone reached out their hand to me but I couldn't grab on and ended up under the water. A few moments later, nothing but darkness and silence. Death maybe?

There have been many others but I won't bore you with them. My point is it isn't prophesy and you've probably not gonna drown anytime soon. So fear not.
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posted on May, 31 2012 @ 06:50 PM
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several years ago, I had a similar dream. at the time, I didn't even know what a tsunami was. when the tsunami hit thailand, it was my nitemare come true. Pay attention to dreams, its not all "symbolism" as some will say. You probably had a true premonition.



posted on Jun, 1 2012 @ 03:08 AM
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Two posts, one right and one wrong... guess which one is right... (answer below)


Originally posted by Erowynn
Try not to take it too seriously. I've had plenty of tidal wave/drowning dreams myself, and look I'm still here.
: My point is it isn't prophesy and you've probably not gonna drown anytime soon. So fear not.


Originally posted by gemdog
several years ago, I had a similar dream. at the time, I didn't even know what a tsunami was. when the tsunami hit thailand, it was my nitemare come true. Pay attention to dreams, its not all "symbolism" as some will say. You probably had a true premonition.

Dr. Stu Breisch and his family were vacationing in Kao Lak, Thailand when the tsunami struck. His son Jai had several dreams warning that something terrible was about to happen. Jai's 15-year sister Kali died during the tsunami. Many were warned and would be still alive if they had only listened to the warnings.

MY point is dreams ARE prophesy...


“My daughter, Kali, would have been a senior in high school this year; she had hoped to be chosen for Princeton’s Class of 2011. Her dreams were ended suddenly by a 45-foot wave…”

When we arrived in Bangkok, Jai told us of a series of dreams he was having about our trip. “Something terrible is going to happen there, Dad,” he said. My wife, Sally, a Jungian-trained psychologist and dream specialist, and I tried to make sense of his dreams. We considered returning home, but could not book a flight before the 26th. And so we continued along our planned itinerary despite Jai’s dreams. Is it possible for any of us to know with certainty if a dream is symbolic of an inner turmoil or an outer impending event?

How do I look my son in the eyes after failing to honor his dreams? His spirit is so severely wounded that I can only hope and trust he will find his own path to healing. Source



posted on Jun, 1 2012 @ 06:59 AM
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Originally posted by jaguarsky
I don't often write about my dreams but I wanted to share this one as it really disturbed me.

In my dream I am at a beach area with an amusement park/water park vibe. It seems to be on either a small island or peninsula as there is water on at least three sides that I can see.

The only place I have been lately near the water, with my pop, was Corpus Christi, Tx. I don't recall that there is a place there that is similar to what I saw in my dream.




A water park located by the beach?

Do you know any water park located by the beach?

I think there are very few in the world (at least, big ones).

That's a nice clue...

edit on 1-6-2012 by GLontra because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 1 2012 @ 07:42 PM
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Sometimes a cigar is just a smoke, other times not...



posted on Jun, 2 2012 @ 07:06 PM
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I just had a dream last night that I was in San Francisco (ummm never been and dont particularly live nearby or think about it often) when there was a huge earthquake. I was standing in some sort of a tunnel thinking "when this happens how do people get somewhere safe!?" hahah because I couldn't walk worth a damn.

Anyways....I dont know why I posted that - just thought it was strange and maybe could match up with your tsunami dream



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 10:58 PM
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Sounds a lot like Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio. Was there last week with my girlfriend...but I don't think Lake Erie would be able to develop a tidal wave unless there was an Earthquake under it.




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