posted on Aug, 7 2013 @ 05:28 AM
Hi ATS, I've been having this recurring dream for the last few years and never had a place to say it out of fear people would think I'm a bit on the
wacky side. I'm not one to take dreams for more than they are, just my mind being restless when my body rests. I love my dreams, especially when I
remember them, which really isn't that often.
Starting about a year ago though I have had a specific dream which is always the same. It is so crisp and clear that every time I wake up during this
dream I am truly disoriented, I look around for what I was just seeing.
In my dream I am an old man, it always starts with me watching the news of the first plant to sprout in Martian soil on it's own, and my phone rings.
I answer my phone and the scenery changes, now I am at a friend's house/laboratory. Suddenly I am in front of a machine and my friend that I can't
identify but I know is telling me it's solved. I remember specifically the phrase "now we can see all the stars before we move on" I hear that
every time I have this dream. Then I see the machine. It's weird, it looks like a giant doughnut alternator. The coils that encase it are solid gold
Then my friend explains the machine exploits mercury. It is a seamless capsule containing mercury, and the coils serve to heat and expand the mercury.
The mercury quickly reaches its peak pressure and at the precise moment of peak pressure a large magnetic field is introduced, causing the mercury to
move and release pressure in the form of a gravitational distortion.
The dream quickly goes back to me watching the 1st seedling sprout on mars, and I always wake up.
What could this dream mean, and is there any actual science behind it? I have this crazy dream so often, is it just a dream?