posted on Jul, 22 2012 @ 02:23 AM
I have had a few dreams which have come true later. Usually it is mundane things, like a change of employment, but I never realize it is a
precognitive dream until it happens, and then there is a sense of deja vu. I did dream about the 911 tragedy. I dreamed I was on a bridge and could
see smoke rising from a city. I didn't think anything of it at the time I dreamed it, but it came back to me later, and I was pretty shocked.
Now, I don't put much weight behind my dreams, because even if they come true later, they are pretty useless to me. I don't know they're different
from regular dreams until the event happens.
This probably sounds pretty silly, but precognition has been scientifically verified in experiments, and supposedly the flow of time is just a
perceptual thing. I have read that time doesn't really exist the way we perceive it. They say all time exists simultaneously, so I personally don't
scoff at such things, as precognition would just be dependent on human perception. Not the laws of physics as we know them now.
I can think of one dream I had that came to mind when I read the OP. I can't really explain it too well because it was so weird. I just remember
going outside and being freaked out because the sky had changed in some bizarre way. There were odd bands of color, and I had the feeling that the
world was going to change environmentally in some terrible (but not final) way. That things were going to be bad, and people were going to suffer, for
an extended amount of time.
So, yes, I have a feeling something is coming. I think it is something environmental. I have a big garden and greenhouse and have notice a strangely
reduced insect population. I have only seen maybe 3 or 4 bees this whole summer, and very very few butterflies, and I live in a rural location.
Keeping up with current events, I know the Fukushima reactors are a danger. Also, the USDA is preparing to allow Monsanto to start using a new
chemical agent that is very similar to Agent Orange on domestic crops. The US is in severe drought, and global warming seems to be getting to the
point that even deniers will no longer be able to kid themselves. So my money is on an massive environmental crisis of some nature. Fingers crossed,
but yeah. That's what I think.