posted on Dec, 18 2005 @ 11:41 PM
I couldn't tell you exactly how old I was when my first memories of it began playing themselves through in my dreams.
That's all they ever were to me, dreams, and I wished that's all they were, but I can't shake the feeling that they were something more, something
Im either too afraid or too unknowledgable to admit or understand.
I will tell you what I remember, in the hopes that someone here can aid me in my quest to understand these "Dreams":
It begins with my family huddled around a window, all pointing outside as if something important or unexpected was going on. I hear my mother cry out
in spanish, Oh my God! and I run up to the window to see what it was. I really wish I hadn't, the image still hasn't left me.
The problem is, I have no idea what the image is. Everything slows down, as if time itself was pacing around the attic room wanting me to revel in
whatever it is I was seeing.
A description you ask? The best I could do, is a massive orb, brighter and hotter than the sun, hovering out above in the distance. Time continues to
go slow, until, the object suddenly slams into the ground and I awake.
That's right, remember, I said it was all a dream. Or was it? It felt so real, but it's one of those memories that's so far in the back of your
mind it feels like a dream. Im sure you know what I speak of.
What was that massive orb in my "Dream" I've been wondering this ever since the first dream. Yes, the first, there have been more, all starting
where the last one ended. Well, they stopped, when I was in my 2nd year of highschool at about the age of 16.
As suddenly as they came, they stopped. The bright orb and all of it's mystery ceased to exist. What was this, and was it real? Or was it a dream? I
haven't been able to ask my family out of a fear of looking like a fool, but I can't shake the feeling that this is more than a crazy dream of mine,
but what else would it be, other than a dream, or a hollywood movie?
Im looking forward to your honest opinions, because this has me baffled!