posted on Aug, 7 2012 @ 03:20 PM
Originally posted by bastet11
Well this is certainly interesting.
My son (almost 6 years old) was playing on the floor with his toys and had created a disaster scene. This was Saturday morning (8/4).
I asked him what was going on, he told me "A tsunami came and destroyed Daytona Beach."
I laughed for a second, because it sounded so odd coming from a little kid, and being that I had no idea he even knew what Daytona Beach was. But it
weirded me out a lot, and I asked him what had made the tsunami and he told me "Australia blew up!" He specified that there was no lava.
I swear I am not joking or lying.
Now, he is a little more morbid then kids his age and he does know what a tsunami is. He is obsessed with natural disasters, particularly earthquakes
and storms. He has also drawn me a picture (last year) of the Golden Gate Bridge coming down and has fairly prophetic dreams. He makes me check out
books for him at the library of natural disasters. I suppose it is possible he just has these scenarios in his head a lot, but combined with this
thread, and our location (Southern California), I must admit I am a little on edge now.
Strange, to say the least.
edit..I asked him again to clarify without leading on, he said actually, there might have been lava. He said there was an explosion.
7-8-2012 by bastet11 because: (no reason given)
I too had a dream, I have mentioned several times on threads because it was so very different and felt so strange.
Only one word was spoken in the whole dream.
I saw a man, his face int eh dark, he was holding a kid, I could only see the legs the rest in the dark, looked like a girl about 10 yrs old.
I thought she was surly to heavy to hold. In his other hand I was unable to see was a big baby boy, he turned and laid the baby in my shopping card
without a word.
The baby was very odd, he was very big for a baby and his head way to big for the body and his head was a rectangle, it was flat on all sides and only
about 2 in thick, he was a putty color wrinkled and very ugly.
I thought strange that he would trust a stranger like that, but his burdens are so heavy I thought, I am so glad he felt he could trust me.
The man said 77 days and I immediately woke up and went and wrote the date on the calendar. it came if I counted right to August 26-27 depending on if
I counted the night of the dream.