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A warning or just coincidences?

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posted on Mar, 11 2005 @ 08:57 AM
This morning, I woke up from a dream of having been unable to find my keys, to walking into a house in Anchorage, ALaska finding out I was dead. I was granted 15min to tell my loved ones goodbye

I woke up and told my husband this. He then said "I don't want to freak you out, but I just dreamed you died by drowning in the ocean. We were thrown lines, and I held onto mine, yet yours slipped away"

Then my 5 year old daughter came in and said she dreamed I was missing.

Is this a premonition, a warning, or just a coincidence??

I had dreamed a couple months ago that a close friend was having a baby boy. That I witnessed her giving birth and she was thrilled. I told her about it and she didn't say much. A few weeks later, she told me she was 3 months pregnant and he mother also dreamed she was having a boy. I am very accurate on prediction of what gender someone is having. I would wage $100 that she is having a boy.

Anyhow, any thoughts on the reality of premonitions of warning from dreams?

posted on Mar, 11 2005 @ 09:22 AM
Wow that's kind of freaky. I personally would be mindful of the areas you visit. I wouldn't say it was coincidental because all 3 of you dreamed something happening to you.
Take it as a warning - most people don't even get that. With that in mind you can always change the course of events.

posted on Mar, 11 2005 @ 04:32 PM
I usually dont think much into dreams being able to predict the future. The subconcious is probably the main cause for all of these dreams. Is there anything that would make your husband and kid worry? (I.E Going on a trip)
I hope that dreams dont mean anything, considering I have a recurring dream where I fight a chainsaw weilding Madman.

posted on Mar, 11 2005 @ 04:37 PM
No trips planned. Well, our yearly beach trip, but that is late July. No reasons to worry at all. It was all really weird. I have weird dreams but that isn't unusual. For 3 out of 4 of us to dream I was going to be gone, it is really spooky

posted on Mar, 11 2005 @ 04:41 PM
I would recommend you be careful over the next few weeks.

posted on Mar, 11 2005 @ 05:17 PM
That is a scary thought. I think I prefer it to be a weirdo coinicidence

posted on Mar, 11 2005 @ 05:23 PM
This kind of thing has happened to me a few times, along with that i have also dreamt stuff that has happened,

Good news is that most of the bad stuff has not
another thing is you do not normally dream of your own death, if you do it rarelly happens,

If i where you i would not worry about it too much, but be aware
and ask your loved ones (husband) to stay away from water, or if something comes up that he does have to go on a boat ect, make him aware to make himself as safe as he can on the boat, Even invest in a life jacket!
sous silly but it would ease your mind a little

posted on Mar, 11 2005 @ 06:05 PM
Sometimes death in dreams can mean life... But with 3 being a kinda magic number, and all the same or similar is very suspicious.

Also to note your husbands dream of you drowning added to you signed up for your account here on 12/26/2004 the same day of the tsunami in Asia... Coincidence?? Who knows.

Your beach vacation is also timed during a time when many prophetic things are said to happen.


posted on Mar, 11 2005 @ 06:40 PM
What is supposed to happen end of July this year?? We own a boat(27ft cabin cruiser) though I am about to put it in the paper. I am a pretty strong swimmer and taught swimming for years. My husband is an even stronger swimmer than I.

I do play it safe in the ocean though. Too much power to mess with. What we have discussed is a Alaskan cruise, which I am going to mentally cross off my list for awhile.

I can't remember if the Tsunami had hit already when I signed up or if I signed up because of it. I think it was the latter.

posted on Mar, 11 2005 @ 08:06 PM
i cant really say what to give as advice here i mean i cant tell you it is or it isent if i were you i whoudl just be carful for a coplue of weeks and see if the dreams go away or try to reamber how old you were in the dreams maybe it wont happen for Years from now?

posted on Mar, 12 2005 @ 05:26 PM

Originally posted by FrozenSheep

I usually dont think much into dreams being able to predict the future. The subconcious is probably the main cause for all of these dreams

ummm... just because it may be the 'subconcious mind'... (which,,, it is anyway) doesnt mean its totally debunkable? not that you was doin that.

its there for a purpose, it does these kinds of things, its really powerful.

just stay away from the water, lol

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posted on Mar, 12 2005 @ 05:56 PM
If it had just been yourself who had the 'death' dream, I would be inclined to believe that it was a subconscious premonition of change (Death, in dreams and in the tarot actually means a 'change in your life'). I once dreamed that I had died and re-incarnated as a little baby. I remember sitting in 'my' buggy as a one year old baby thinking about how long it would be before I could do again the things I used to do in my 'previous' incarnation (rock climbing, kayaking etc). Itwasn't long after that that I had a change in my life which turned out to be one of the best I have ever had.

However, since not only yourself but your husband and child also had similar dreams about you, I suggest that you take the advice of dgtempe, asala etc and take extra care while around water.

posted on Mar, 12 2005 @ 06:01 PM
I kind of gotten to the realization that if you dream with something that happen to you, it probably would not happen.

Perhaps somebody you know will pass away, but just to be in the safe side like Dg said stay away from any body of water.

Including your bathtub, take showers better.

posted on Mar, 12 2005 @ 06:03 PM
Actually Marg, I have done just that - I used to have precognitive dreams when I was younger. The one was so vivid that I actually gave a description of the girl in my dream to my student friends - and eventually met her in just the same situation as I had dreamed about weeks previously.

posted on Mar, 12 2005 @ 06:13 PM

Originally posted by Pisky
Actually Marg, I have done just that - I used to have precognitive dreams when I was younger. The one was so vivid that I actually gave a description of the girl in my dream to my student friends - and eventually met her in just the same situation as I had dreamed about weeks previously.

One thing is to dream about your own death, and another to dream about future events.

Before I left my Island after getting married, I had dreams with many of the people I was going to meet and even the house that was going to be my home, I even saw the color and myself looking through a window in the second floor.

Guess what, the house color was the same as in my dream and it does have a second floor, I saw it all 20 years earlier.

When it comes to death is a littler bit trickier, whenever I see my self dying in a dream I call home and ask who passed away that I knew, because more than often is somebody I knew.

posted on Mar, 12 2005 @ 06:34 PM
What interests me and it happens with my own children, is that more than one person had similiar dreams. I dreamed last week that I was at my ex butthole funeral and then my daughter walked in and said I had a dream that daddy died, next my son walked in shaking saying he had a bad bad dream too.

Is there some unconscious connection when we sleep. It bears more research that is for sure.

posted on Mar, 12 2005 @ 06:58 PM
I see that your AVATAR implies you like horses. If I were you I would wear a hard hat just in case an airplane engine or something of that nature decided to "just" fall out of the sky. The dreams you speak of are given to those who try to do good in life and are meant as a teaching device from what my mother says. She predicted the deaths of my two younger brothers within six months of each other. She has said she has seen my death and will under no circumstances tell me. It must just to be too damn freaky. I hope you and your family never have to live one of your dreams.

posted on Mar, 12 2005 @ 07:11 PM
Don't imagine a yellow circle.

What happened? Did you imagine one?

Okay, that might be a bad example but it kind of illustrates the point I'm about to make: Don't think about it! If you you end up being over-cautious in situations around water sooner or later you're going to make a mistake.

posted on Mar, 12 2005 @ 07:36 PM
ok xeroG has a point... u could just end up creating an incident...

man what a downer... caught between a rock and a hard place?

avoid water and possibly die when u hav no choice but to go, cause u cant avoid water forever out of fear..

or go purposely ignoring it and possibly die...

or go purposely cause you possibly wont die if u ignore it

im gettin lost.. lol

i cant say any probables... except if u definatly dont go on water, ur very unlikey to die of drowning!? unless u get a giant tidal wave. or ur in the bath n get sucked down the plughole

had to end it on a joke sorry i felt morbid! lol

ur going to be fine! our space brothers lookin after you.

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posted on Mar, 31 2005 @ 07:47 PM
Sorry for resurrecting this (Oh! bad pun!) but I just came back and read the replies. We are going to the beach end of July and I have alot of respect for the ocean. I am a strong swimmer, but that is in a pool

I will just be extra careful there. Wigged out if we go out on a boat. We are selling ours right now, sad, but the cash will be nice

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