posted on Jul, 2 2013 @ 10:21 AM
Multiple nested dreams sounds scary and confusing. It is good that you remembered Jesus is your savior.
Here is a dream of mine.
I used to do a lot of prospecting and drywashing for Gold out here in the Superstition mountains and the surrounding territory. This was Apache
territory back in the day and when the federal troops were withdrawn to fight in the Civil War the Apaches really tore the territory apart. After the
war the troops started coming back to restore order and used Pima Indian Scouts to root out the Apaches. Near a place called Picketpost Mountain a
large group of men, women, and children were caught in a cave by the cavalry and their Pima Indian Scouts. No Apaches came out of the cave alive.
This area was one of my favorite prospecting haunts. You could still watch the cowboys bringing the range cattle up the dry washes to get a
drink at the windmills and watering holes. I was always turning up bits and pieces of broken Indian pottery as I dug the dry washes to feed my dry
washer. I found no appreciable Gold, but put in a lot of hard work and learned some History and Geology while I was at it.
One time I had been there three or four days and my water and my spirits were running low. It was the middle of summer and I found it very hard
to get any sleep because it stays hot all night long. That night I drifted off to a fitful sleep. All night long I dreamed the Apaches were
torturing me with Cholla cactus. They would drag me through the cactus fields with rope on horse back and use their long lances to force me into the
worst thickets of it. I had cactus in my eyes, mouth, and everywhere else and it was very painful and I was afraid and lonely. Well when I finally
woke up the sun was already up and making life miserable and I got up and dressed and went outside. When I stepped outside the tent, I noticed a red
arrowhead sitting on the ground in front of my tent. To this very day I believe that I had a supernatural experience that night.