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My two year old daughter and I possibly shared the same vision of catastrophe on the same day - anyo

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posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 09:23 PM
I had an unnerving experience recently:

I was home with my wife and our two-year-old daughter one weekend and I had an afternoon nap. During the nap I dreamed of a catastrophe here in Florida. A volcano formed in the Gulf of Mexico. Destruction was everywhere and power and communication was out for a while. I was away from my family when it happened and had to work my way back to them, finally finding them in a makeshift hospital/safe zone for women and children. The journey back to them was vivid- roads and bridges were virtually unusable, nights were completely dark and there was a lot of running, hiding and avoidance.

I woke up and had to take a few minutes to shake the tension. My wife asked if I was OK and I told her very briefly of my dream and we let it go because we had dinner plans and were hustling to get out of the house.

On our way home that night we were on an overpass heading towards the interstate on ramp when my daughter commented, "the bridge falls down." We didn't say a word to her and she continued, " the trees fall down too and all the lights go out."

Now, at this point I just say, "oh really honey, it's OK" and I whisper to my wife how that's what I saw but she had already put it together. My wife asks her, "are you OK baby?" and my daughter replies, "Think, think, think". She goes on by saying, "we gotta go faster, we gotta go".

I got chills because that's how my wife talks when there's an emergency or something's time critical.

We dropped it and just went on as normal but I haven't been able to shake the uncanny resemblance of her comments with my dream that same day. It could be just a weird coincidence but i don't know.

Has anyone else had dreams of something similar in Florida?

posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 09:32 PM
I can see how concerned you are. I'd be terrified! Has this happened to you or your daughter before?

I am no expert on this kind of stuff so I'm anxious to see what other members have to say.

In the meantime, try looking online to see what this type of dream means.

Good luck

posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 09:33 PM
Amazing story, better have a good plan in the event of any type of catastrophe. That was a wake up call.

posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 09:39 PM
reply to post by traveler928

Florida, the sunshine State. Your daughter is very right. Think, think, think, with all your heart. And you just possibly might!

Yes go faster, or just go have tea

posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 09:47 PM
I really believe that kids have a 6th sense that is a lot more in tune with the unknown than adults.

I would believe what your daughter says and prepare however you see fit.

Maybe ask her about it tomorrow and ask her if she can explain in more detail what she saw?

I'm in Florida as well, so let us both be weary of our surroundings.


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posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 10:08 PM

Has anyone else had dreams of something similar in Florida?

A Brazilian prophet named Jucelino Nobrega da Luz is saying that he is sure that a mega tsunami triggered by the Palma Canary Islands volcano will happen in November of this year.

His accuracy hovers around 95%...

He has accurately predicted just about every major disaster of the last 15 years well before they occurred [9/11, challenger explosion, Tokyo Subway gas attacks, London terror bombings, etc.

Jucelino Nobrega da Luz: A Modern Day Nostradamus?

* Princess Diana assassination (2 years before the accident)

* The first attack of World Trade Center (happened 3 & 1/2 years after the warning)

* The second attack of World Trade Center (911) (happened 13 years after the warning)
(predicted that two airplanes would hit the towers and that the buildings would fall)

* Tsunami in Asia (8 years before the disaster - predicted date & time within 1 hour)

* Air France Flight 447 Crash (3 years before the accident)

* Michael Jackson Death (predicted date of death 3 years before)

* Saddam Hussein's hiding place - (provided his exact location 2 years before)

* Lindsay Hawker murder (predicted date of death 2 & 1/2 years before)

Jucelino Nobrega da Luz: A Modern Day Nostradamus

(The below quote sounds very disjointed because it has been translated into English BTW)

La Palma volcanic eruption on Canary Islands; could trigger up to 150-meter high tsunami across the Atlantic; American east coast including Florida devastated.

Models made by Jucelino the collapse of the island show the first regions to be affected by waves of up to 150 feet high: the neighboring islands of the Spanish archipelago of the Canaries. Within hours, the west coast of Africa will be hit by waves similar.

Between nine and 12 hours after the island collapses, waves of 20 to 80 meters will cross 6500 kilometers of ocean and reach the Caribbean islands and the east coast of the United States, Brazil and Canada. Upon arriving in ports and estuaries, the water will be piped to the interior. Deaths of people and destruction of property will be immense, according to Jucelino.

Up to 19 hours after the eruption, waves of 6 to 50 meters will reach the coast of North and Northeast Brazil, the Para Paraiba. The island of Fernando de Noronha is one of the places where the tsunami will come with more strength in the South Atlantic Europe will also be hit.

The southern coast of Portugal, Spain and West of Britain will experience waves of up to 20 meters, four or five hours after the geological event in the Canary Islands. Ports will be destroyed. Natural disasters like these are rare, occurring every 12 to 13 thousand years. But La Palma could collapse much sooner.


"A wave higher than Nelson's Column and travelling faster than a jet aircraft will devastate the eastern seaboard of America and inundate much of southern Britain, say scientists who have analyzed the effects of a future volcanic eruption in the Canary Islands."

Scientists Warn Of Massive Tidal Wave From Canary Island Volcano

"There is a potential for a devastatin­g Tsunami on the East Coast of the United States, having its genesis in the Canary Islands. If this event were to take place, it would devastate vast areas of the East Coast of America. According to experts, it’s not a question of IF this occurs, but WHEN… "


posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 10:19 PM
reply to post by traveler928

i guess my question would be...
do you take it as an omen and move?
or do you wait and which case it will be to late..if true.
or do you blow it off as just some weird coincidence ? and forget it

posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 10:22 PM
"the bridge falls
down." We didn't say a word to her and she
continued, " the trees fall down too and all the
lights go out."

not only you will chills i am sure all the member read this post get chills too..
my advise get the hell of there..! go away from pacific..go to canada eropa uk or else! go here indonesia it will save..its a truely sign sir, believe it! no way poeple have some dream like that! maybe thats not your child speaking..God bless you and your fam sir!

posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 10:23 PM
Suppose that someone has a dream that Florida remains disaster free and a place of relaxation for many years to come?

Does that dream cancel out the OP's?

posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 10:40 PM
I had a dream a year ago. I live in North Florida and we actually do have hills. In my dream, a massive amount of water was covering Florida and I had taken my children as high up as I could and we were in a building. The building was some 15 to 20 floors high. The water started rising, and I could hear this noise, and people screaming. My girls were missing, and I was helping the people get higher and higher and I finally saw my girls as they were helping others. It felt incredibly real. I do not dream of disasters often. By that, I mean like one every 10 years or so.

I believe children are the most sensitive, and many people are apprehensive.

posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 10:45 PM
reply to post by traveler928

Well I would suggest to the OP to do a quick search of this site for other people posting on their dreams about disaster and how none of them have ever turned out to be reality.

That should give you a little peace of mind that your not actually seeing what will happen, but maybe you and your daughter had watched the same movie or something that put your minds on the same track.

There have been enough failed dream predictions to conclusively say that they hold no value.

posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 10:48 PM
I'll back up to say Sophie's always seemed to be "deep" for a child. What I mean by that is she's a child, and acts like one but she has moments where she seems to tap into a different awareness. It's so hard to explain, I'm not sure I did even just now. I know kids are fantastical and drum up all sorts of realities and she does too but that's not what I'm talking about. I can't describe it.

Anyway, to share my reaction, I DID look at leaving - the experience was that powerful.

I would like to believe that I am an active thinker - I believe that we collectively don't know everything and that our reality doesn't DEFINE reality. In short, I try to keep an open mind considering all angles.

Let's say she and I DID share a vision. What if was a vision into our future? What if it was a vision into another reality somewhere else?

I don't have the answer. I'm still thinking about it all.

posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 10:48 PM
That's really interesting and can be quite unnerving.
My daughter and I once shared a dream.
It wasn't a prediction but about aliens abducting tourists on our vacation.
In my dream I am on the beach and other tourists are there with me. There are gray coloured Aliens, not like the pics we usually see, I don't recall seeing their faces or big eyes. These aliens had what looked like aluminum buckets of liquid lead and were dipping sticks or clubs into the liquid lead and smearing it on people. I got it smeared all over my legs. I asked why are they putting this stuff on us and they said it's liquid lead to protect against radiation.

Then boom I am awoken very abruptly by the tv in our hotel room going off, the volume was very loud and we most certainly didn't leave it on that loud. The alarm clock was flashing like a power failure had occurred.

As I started to come to I could not stop itching my legs. I went to the bathroom to check it out and my legs looked like they had a chemical burn on them, whatever that would look like, it was all bubbly looking. Like thousands of blisters. It's then I recalled the dream.

At this point my daughter says " I'm glad I got woken up because I was having a nightmare aliens were taking tourists away. A spaceship was chasing us. Of course I replied that's weird so did I. She was 17 at the time.

My legs were so itchy and ugly looking I thought I better get to a doctor to see what was wrong.
Subsequently we had to cancel our snorkelling trip that day.

The doctor said it was nothing serious just a rash and gave me some ointment. It went away but left white spots that I still have and they never tan away each summer but show up more as I get tanned.

While at this doctors office, waiting in the room for him. I overheard a women in the waiting area saying " ... but I don't understand, I went to bed I was fine and then I wake up itching with this rash" . I couldn't catch the rest of it because the nurse in my room was scrunching that paper up they put onto beds.

The part that really got me was we asked others in the hotel if their power went out and they said no. I found one lady who said hers did and it was only our floor that went out.

edit on 21-9-2013 by violet because: (no reason given)

I have to correct my last line. I think it was I asked other hotel patrons they said no power outage that it was only our hotel on the whole block.
edit on 21-9-2013 by violet because: (no reason given)

posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 10:57 PM
I think it's possible if sleeping close by to the other person we could share dreams. I only say this because my cat always sleeps beside my head and one night I dreamt I was eating a mouse! I figure I had her dream lol. I can still taste it when I think about it. Pretty gross. I was crunching the bones and the tail was hanging out of my mouth the way a cat eats one.

posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 10:59 PM
reply to post by traveler928

Pay attention to dreams...

I believe they are NEVER random.

Here is just one example of this:

Dr. Stu Breisch and his family were vacationing in Kao Lak, Thailand when the tsunami struck. His son Jai had several dreams warning that something terrible was about to happen. Jai's 15-year sister Kali died during the tsunami. Many were warned and would be still alive if they had only listened to the warnings.

MY point is dreams ARE warnings... DON"T ignore them! They are for OUR benefit only if we HEED them...

“My daughter, Kali, would have been a senior in high school this year; she had hoped to be chosen for Princeton’s Class of 2011. Her dreams were ended suddenly by a 45-foot wave…”

"When we arrived in Bangkok, Jai told us of a series of dreams he was having about our trip. “Something terrible is going to happen there, Dad,” he said. My wife, Sally, a Jungian-trained psychologist and dream specialist, and I tried to make sense of his dreams. We considered returning home, but could not book a flight before the 26th. And so we continued along our planned itinerary despite Jai’s dreams. Is it possible for any of us to know with certainty if a dream is symbolic of an inner turmoil or an outer impending event?

It was a miracle that Jai survived a one-mile thrashing ride inland, catapulted forward by the water and debris. Only three other hotel guests and one hotel employee survived at “ground zero” on the beach. The three-story wave indiscriminately took everyone else: children, adults, grandparents. Whole families from 29 countries were wiped off the face of the earth that day. More than 4,000 people died in Khao Lak alone; 80 percent of the local families lost at least one family member, and most mourned for more."

"...we spent weeks culling the piles of destruction and searched through the morgues, looking fruitlessly for Kali. In the end I was given a blackened corpse with teeth that matched the dental records of my once-beautiful 15-year-old daughter. "

"How do I look my son in the eyes after failing to honor his dreams? His spirit is so severely wounded that I can only hope and trust he will find his own path to healing. Source

Originally posted by gemdog
several years ago, I had a similar dream. at the time, I didn't even know what a tsunami was. when the tsunami hit thailand, it was my nitemare come true. Pay attention to dreams, its not all "symbolism" as some will say. You probably had a true premonition.

posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 11:04 PM

reply to post by traveler928

maybe you and your daughter had watched the same movie

Are you suggesting that the OP is allowing his TWO YEAR OLD daughter to watch violent disaster movies?

posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 11:09 PM
reply to post by Tinkerpeach

About seeing a movie together, we have one TV. We've watched nothing but Nick Jr and Disney Jr on that TV for past 1 1/2 year

Our environment is by design very happy and playful with lots of singing and dancing and learning basics.

posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 11:12 PM
reply to post by UnifiedSerenity

I lived in Tallahassee for several years before moving to the Treasure Coast a couple of years ago.

posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 11:17 PM

reply to post by Tinkerpeach

About seeing a movie together, we have one TV. We've watched nothing but Nick Jr and Disney Jr on that TV for past 1 1/2 year

Our environment is by design very happy and playful with lots of singing and dancing and learning basics.

Well its doubtful your both having subconscious visions of the same thing without a common occurrence happening. Perhaps she overheard you talking to your wife?

I would certainly be looking for a more rational explanation other than you both had a vision of an impending disaster.

I'm actually willing to go out on a limb here and say that Florida will be relatively disaster free for the next five years.

Unless you want to count Tiger Woods golf game into it.

posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 11:18 PM
reply to post by Tinkerpeach

You're more than likely right about them not being actual predictions.
Lots of people have disaster dreams.
Many people say they had a dream about 9-11.
I had one too, but not really. Only looking back do I see the clues. I dreamt I was in an airport, watching planes land through the big window where you see the runway. A plane was heading right into a building and hit it. It was not a hi rise. I started to run over to a pay phone to call 911. I was saying we must call 911, I said 911 so many times, but there were soldiers all over the place and one would not let me use the phone. He said its been taken care of, mind your business. That was it.

I think I dreamt that because as a child in 1969 I went to Bangor airport in Maine, where there were a lot of soldiers. It used to be Dow AFB. In fact my entire childhood involved going from one airport to another. It's no wonder I dream about airports and planes too often

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