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posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 09:29 AM
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I had a dream last night that something was going to happen with or to the moon that was going to freak everybody out.
My dreams are usually just a conglomeration of nonsense and so disjointed that I can't even articulate them to someone else. Usually, I don't remember my dreams because they all bleed into each other throughout the night and there are no discerning cohesive details.
If I post a dream on ATS, it has to fall within the certain criteria:

1. I still remember it the next morning
2. It seems significant or bothersome in some way.
3. I can easily verbalize what I experienced in my dream.
4. I can't relate the subject of my dream to anything I experienced the previous day-- ie: it doesn't seem to be perpetuated by my previous daytime activities, thoughts or encounters.

For me, personally, just those four criteria whittle the odds down to single digits.

Having said that, this is what I saw in my dream last night:



The first image of the moon I saw had these three golden luminary orbs diagonally accross it. I remember thinking of the arrangements of the pyramids of Giza in respect to Orion's belt when looking up at it. From what I can recall, the orbs could move interdependently of each other and actually moved themselves to be visually placed that way for earth's perspective of our moon.

This is the second image of the moon I saw:


I cannot discern exactly what it meant, but the bleeding effect was more so due to something physical and something incendiary, such as plasma or the incendiary show of a celestial impact of some sort. Regardless of the cause, this was what the visual effect would be from earth's perspective.

Also in my dream, I was speaking with someone whom I verbally told that something was going to happen to the moon, and when I looked up in the dark sky, it was gone. I thought about the moon phases and of the portion of those phases (early new moon) in which the moon seems to briefly disappear and most people don't even notice. That many people are too busy to notice the moon and its phases and its disappearance would simply seem to most people as just being part of that brief new moon phase. But, I knew that it was not.

What sticks out to me most is that people were freaking out more over the visual displays of the moon, than its complete disappearance altogether. More people around the world were in awe and wonder over the phenomenon of lights and attention-grabbing action, than those who gave thought to, or even noticed when it was no longer there.

Personally, I have absolutely no idea what this could literally mean or could symbolically represent. However, I'm posting it for public consideration for anyone who may garner meaning from it.
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posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 09:48 AM
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OMG I had the exact same dream...I'm really creeped out right now



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 09:54 AM
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So, do you usually have these types of dreams, or do you have Precognitive type of dreams on a regular basis? It looks familiar. The reference to Orion's Belt does come to mind when I saw that, even before I read your interpretation of the 3 dots.

The "cape" on the moon looks troubling. you think it has something to do with changes coming up (if there are going to be any)?

What does your intuition tell you, what first pops to mind?



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 10:07 AM
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Hi Girl (I wont call you stupid that's demeaning) That is interesting, i had much the same dream a couple of weeks ago, and i can remember standing there in awe as to was happening.
I have no idea as to what the meaning of the dream was, much as i try. I didn't feel threatened by what was happening though just a sense of awe.
I can see the phases of the Moon since i moved to my new apartment, (Weather permitting of course) i can see it when it rises to virtually when it sets, there is a roof in my way LOL.
Interesting dream you've had there.

Tony
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posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 10:09 AM
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A comet is forecast for next November that will likely be brighter than the full moon, and possibly visible during broad daylight! It would probably look similar to your second picture there.

Comet

Don't know about the orbs, unless of course something about the comet impacts some ancient artifacts here on earth, or makes them make sense in some way. Perhaps this comet has been seen before in history, and it will unravel some clues to the pyramids?



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 10:18 AM
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The title of your thread reminded me about one of my favorite books that I read to my children.
Goodnight Moon

And Goodnight to the old lady whispering "hush"....



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 10:22 AM
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Originally posted by darkhorserider
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A comet is forecast for next November that will likely be brighter than the full moon, and possibly visible during broad daylight! It would probably look similar to your second picture there.

Comet

Don't know about the orbs, unless of course something about the comet impacts some ancient artifacts here on earth, or makes them make sense in some way. Perhaps this comet has been seen before in history, and it will unravel some clues to the pyramids?


I think you've cracked it.



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 11:48 AM
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Originally posted by beatbox
OMG I had the exact same dream...I'm really creeped out right now


Shut. Up.

Are you even being serious?

I'm a fairly grounded individual and although I do lend reasonable creedence to the unseen realm (ie: spiritual/dimensional/whatever you want to refer to it as), I would not describe myself as a person inclined to jump on the propaganda train or succomb to mob mentality or naive herding of the masses.
Many times I have had to work through a conflict between my spiritual beliefs and intellectual reasoning. Regardless of the particular victor in each of those respective conflicts, I have only gained wisdom rather than a loss of faith.

Having shared that little digression, one of the things I strongly sensed was that there was a possibility that someone else has had this dream, or at the very least, has seen something similar to what I've provided in my OP. The sense that someone else has seen this, or understands what it means, was very much the impetus behind me conceding to make this thread in the first place.



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 12:31 PM
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Originally posted by Skada
So, do you usually have these types of dreams, or do you have Precognitive type of dreams on a regular basis?


No.
For all intents and purposes, the way I would describe my usual dreams would be as my brain's attempt to "defragment" the cumulative time-span of consciousness that transpired since its last unconcious sleep cycle.
Basically, everything that happened to me from the last time I woke up from sleeping to the next time I fell asleep. Everything I thought and experienced, the whole of my awareness and emotion, from one awake period to the next-- all of those little fragments and details filed away accordingly, to keep order and make room for the next awake cycle.

That is how I attempt to explain the typical incoherance of my dreams. Just a bunch of random things that get dumped into my subconcious, in which my poor subconcious has to somehow fit all those random, mundane, miscellaneous things into one cohesive storyline, no matter how nonsensical or idiotic it ends up being. It just has to find a place to stick it so it can be filed away.

And as of late, the last several months, I find that I remember my dreams less and less. I never understood how my husband has always said that he doesn't remember his dreams because all my life, I've always had vivid dreams and remembered at least one, but usually more, each morning when I woke up. However, over the last several months I have begun to understand what he's talking about.

I have also had a handful of dreams over the last several months in which I was given remarkable understanding about something, usually something that I had been pondering for quite some time, and usually something applicable to the "unique" period of time we are living through. However, when I awake, although I vaguely remember the dream, I have no recollection of the revelatory epiphany I had in the dream, nor a specific context of what it was in reference to.
I don't think I'm supposed to conciously remember them, because it seems like the comprehension of these things must first be given to my subconcious to work through. That is the sense that get, anyway.


The "cape" on the moon looks troubling. you think it has something to do with changes coming up (if there are going to be any)?

Yes.
I had a sense of some sort of impending circumstance.


What does your intuition tell you, what first pops to mind?


Intuition is notoriously hard to articulate, as it is more of a feeling rather than an observable method.
However, I would describe my perception in the dream as something that will happen in the near future. Whatever it is, will excite and astound us, it will be something remarkable and historic. So much so, that it will be life-changing for some. For others, it will be a fleeting diversion and then everything will return back to business as usual for them.
Some will understand the significance, but for most, it will only be a brief, albeit spectacular and viral, diversion from their everyday comfort zone of themselves and the world they've built up around them.



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 12:50 PM
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Originally posted by Ferryman
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Hi Girl (I wont call you stupid that's demeaning)


lol...I chose this name for a specific reason....but that is not the topic of this thread. Many people have an aversion to referring to me as stupid girl, and I find that admirable. I usually tell them to just use SG.
However, there are those certain few who have taken great delight in using my ATS name as a euphemism to express their difference of opinion and disdain for mine.


That is interesting, i had much the same dream a couple of weeks ago, and i can remember standing there in awe as to was happening.


Could you share a description of what your dream entailed? If you can recall and/or put it into words.
Yes, I remember feeling wonder and awe as I looked up at the moon and saw these images. I have also had dreams of late where I look up at the night sky and there are symbols and words, sorta like projected up there.



I have no idea as to what the meaning of the dream was, much as i try. I didn't feel threatened by what was happening though just a sense of awe.

I also don't have express awareness of what this dream means.
However, I have found that when I try to write out my dreams, sometimes I am able to put things into perspective in such a way that I feel like I begin to comprehend parts of the dreams through my frustrated effort of trying to put the experience into descriptive words.

And yes, I totally identify with the feeling you describe for your dream-- not feeling threatened or not being in fear, but more so a feeling of fascination and incredulous awe.



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 01:01 PM
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Originally posted by stupid girl

Originally posted by Skada
So, do you usually have these types of dreams, or do you have Precognitive type of dreams on a regular basis?

No.
For all intents and purposes, the way I would describe my usual dreams would be as my brain's attempt to "defragment" the cumulative time-span of consciousness that transpired since its last unconcious sleep cycle.
Basically, everything that happened to me from the last time I woke up from sleeping to the next time I fell asleep. Everything I thought and experienced, the whole of my awareness and emotion, from one awake period to the next-- all of those little fragments and details filed away accordingly, to keep order and make room for the next awake cycle.

Yes I understand the defrag concept, as I run a computer lab. In fact, this description is what I would give someone else who may not understand the way I think.



That is how I attempt to explain the typical incoherance of my dreams. Just a bunch of random things that get dumped into my subconcious, in which my poor subconcious has to somehow fit all those random, mundane, miscellaneous things into one cohesive storyline, no matter how nonsensical or idiotic it ends up being. It just has to find a place to stick it so it can be filed away.

And as of late, the last several months, I find that I remember my dreams less and less. I never understood how my husband has always said that he doesn't remember his dreams because all my life, I've always had vivid dreams and remembered at least one, but usually more, each morning when I woke up. However, over the last several months I have begun to understand what he's talking about.

Not just you, over the past few years, my dreams have been getting harder to recollect. It may have to do with the new energy flowing around. If you feel it, it can make you very excited to the point where it will be hard to sleep. I use to keep a dream journal, but as of late, writing in it is difficult.



I have also had a handful of dreams over the last several months in which I was given remarkable understanding about something, usually something that I had been pondering for quite some time, and usually something applicable to the "unique" period of time we are living through. However, when I awake, although I vaguely remember the dream, I have no recollection of the revelatory epiphany I had in the dream, nor a specific context of what it was in reference to.
I don't think I'm supposed to consciously remember them, because it seems like the comprehension of these things must first be given to my subconscious to work through. That is the sense that get, anyway.

That is usually how it happens at first. Give it to the subconscious, until it can be used, then the mind will bring it to the surface for application. It is almost like, spirits, god, interdenominational beings, what-ever-you-want-to-call-them, give us our mission, or mission parameters, but our "Human" understanding would be confused by the info, because you haven't learned that one concept that will bring it all together, or, it isn't the right time, or, if the info was released too soon it could backfire. Think of this as a program installed on your harddrive during your reboot cycle that will reside in memory until the trigger is set.




The "cape" on the moon looks troubling. you think it has something to do with changes coming up (if there are going to be any)?

Yes.
I had a sense of some sort of impending circumstance.

I have that same feeling, although I have not had any dreams in regards to it.




What does your intuition tell you, what first pops to mind?


Intuition is notoriously hard to articulate, as it is more of a feeling rather than an observable method.

More of a knowing, but not sure how you know it, you just do, and should trust it.



However, I would describe my perception in the dream as something that will happen in the near future. Whatever it is, will excite and astound us, it will be something remarkable and historic. So much so, that it will be life-changing for some. For others, it will be a fleeting diversion and then everything will return back to business as usual for them.
Some will understand the significance, but for most, it will only be a brief, albeit spectacular and viral, diversion from their everyday comfort zone of themselves and the world they've built up around them.


I thought as much. There is something around the corner, and some of us will doubt it, others will embrace it, and still others will fight against it.



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 01:03 PM
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Originally posted by darkhorserider
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A comet is forecast for next November that will likely be brighter than the full moon, and possibly visible during broad daylight! It would probably look similar to your second picture there.


Yes, I learned about next year's comet a few weeks/months ago. It is gonna be SURREAL!!! I am very much looking forward to seeing it.
The image I saw in my dream was something coming down from the bottom of the moon. In my dream I remember understanding that whatever I was seeing could also be some sort of reflective light, like possibly coming from behind the moon, but only surpassing the bottom edge of the moon, not side or top. Regardless of whatever it actually was, my understanding was more focused toward the idea that this is what it will look like from earth.


Don't know about the orbs, unless of course something about the comet impacts some ancient artifacts here on earth, or makes them make sense in some way. Perhaps this comet has been seen before in history, and it will unravel some clues to the pyramids?


Not sure. For some reason during the first image I saw, I had the understanding that it was somehow related to Giza and Giza to Orion. Somehow this lunar display related to the pyramids here on earth.
The orbs themselves, were more like sentient entities with a conscious intent to create this visual display to be seen from earth.



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 01:05 PM
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Take a break from ATS and see what happens.

I did for a number of months, and all my freaky-deaky dreams (Nibiru, solar flares, being diddled by Alex Jones, etc.) stopped.



posted on Nov, 9 2012 @ 01:18 PM
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Originally posted by ColAngus
Take a break from ATS and see what happens.

I did for a number of months, and all my freaky-deaky dreams (Nibiru, solar flares, being diddled by Alex Jones, etc.) stopped.



LOL....I'm totally diggin' that sage advice


I haven't really been indulging in the fringe porn on ATS as of late, though.
I won't lie, some of the forums on this place are like an on-going soap opera. But lately I mostly just peruse the current news headlines and only click on one if I feel the uncontrollable urge to make a smartass comment........(I know, shame on me, bad stupid girl ... )



posted on Nov, 10 2012 @ 03:57 PM
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pyramids of Giza in respect to Orion's belt

This part got my attention.

Crazy cool dream OP!

After sharing a recent dream of mine I realized many of us our having increasingly stranger dreams lately.

Not sure about you guys.. but the ones I am having now are strange even for me. That is saying a lot


Was going to closing down the laptop after reading this thread and noticed an email just came in.


Neptune Direct: Expect Weird Dreams and More... Just because a planet is going direct doesn't mean we're in the clear.When Neptune turns direct tonight, our dreams are going to become a lot more bizarre, and their lasting impact may start to creep into our daily lives.

Typically, when you hear about a planet going "direct" you assume it's a good thing and relief is in store. However, in the case of nebulous Neptune, our day and night dreams can become wildly vivid ... like it or not. All this smack-dab in the midst of Mercury Retrograde means we'll probably end up stuck, confused and upset about what we dream.


Hmm..
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posted on Nov, 10 2012 @ 04:28 PM
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The first image of the moon I saw had these three golden luminary orbs diagonally accross it. I remember thinking of the arrangements of the pyramids of Giza in respect to Orion's belt when looking up at it.


My dream about the nines (Who or What are the Nines?) you responded in the other day ended up turning my interest (no surprise) to the Egyptians and the Orion star system.

A good amount of my "hallucinations" have included Egyptian mythology as well. I say hallucinations because I doubt my sanity at times. Recently I thought I was "contacted" by the Orion star system. I would describe it but you would not believe me, heck I don't even believe me.


Here is some interesting information about Orion's belt.


Orion has important mythological connections with the journey of humanity. Ancient Egyptians claimed their gods came from the Belt Stars of Orion, which were associated with Osiris. Some believe that the connection between Orion and Earth is created by a blueprint or architectural design following the patterns of sacred geometry. This in turn links with ancient astronauts, and the world world energy grid. Throughout the world there are numerous ancient sites that align with Orion.

the most famous is the Giza Plateau and the layout of the 3 Great Pyramids

the ancient city and pyramid complex of Teotihuacan in central Mexico established in 100 BC.

the layout of the ancient Hopi villages in the American southwest

the Thornborough Henges a neolithic complex in North Yorkshire, England that date from between 3500 and 2500 BC. - this monument complex has been called 'The Stonehenge of the North'.



Orion in History

The configurations of the constellation Orion roughly formed about 1.5 million years ago, because of relative slow movements of stars within the constellation from earth's perspective (especially the belt of Orion), constellation Orion will remain visible in the night sky for the next 1 to 2 million years, making the constellation one of the longest observable constellation parallel to the rise of human civilization. Being so bright and distinctive, the pattern of stars that form Orion were recognized as a coherent constellation by many ancient civilizations, though with different representations and mythologies.

The ancient Sumerians saw this star pattern as a sheep, while in ancient China, Orion was one of the 28 zodiac signs Xiu. Known as Shen its literally meaning is "three", it is believed to be named so for the three stars located in Orion's belt. Chinese Constellations
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posted on Nov, 10 2012 @ 07:04 PM
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How on God's green earth does a picture of Halley's comet 'crack it'..?

And why would you suspect that the OP dreamed up such unusual metaphor to convey data on a relatively insignificant physical event - as straightforward an event as a returning comet..?

Wouldn't the whole realm of prophecy/ prediction (by unknown psychic mechanisms) deal in rather less mundane explanations than that of a simple, harmless, returning comet? I think, rather, that we should pay due consideration to the effects upon humanity of a disappearing moon. In addition, we should be much less hasty to dismiss this dream as simple pareidolia in the ethers of the Land of Nod...



posted on Nov, 10 2012 @ 09:36 PM
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You may find this post from earlier this year interesting OP. It is about NASA, the Moon, and Orion's belt. It got tons of flags when it was up it looks like.



# Edgard Mitchell AGAIN admitted that ancient extraterrestrials have been around Earth for quite awhile.

# David Morrison reluctantly admitted that ancient life in Mars went underground.

# The Apollo 11 mission meticulously landed at 33° on the Moon and 33 minutes after the touchdown, Neil Armstrong and the 33° Scottish Rite freemason, Buzz Aldrin, carried out a ritual to Osiris, while the Orion belt was aligned in the lunar horizon.

# The guy who set the local, time and coordinates of Apollo 11 landing, and the mastermind behind the occultism apparatus of Apollo missions was Dr. Farouk El-Baz, known as "The King" among old school NASA astronauts. El-Baz comes from a family of experts in ancient Egyptian stellar religion.


HC's Ancient Aliens MINDBLOWING episode "The NASA Connection"



posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 09:59 AM
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What can you you run that by me again?.





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