Here is a "biggie" source of visions of future scenarios: (I posted this once before)
Notes about the book "Mass Dreams of the Future" by Chet B. Snow, PhD (1989):
Those "dreams" are not dreams while sleeping, they are visions of conditions in the future that subject persons reported as they were lead through future-life-progression sessions (the time-forward version of past life regressions) for the years 2100 A.D. and 2300 A.D.. The "mass" part of the results arose because four common scenarios were reported (one scenario per subject in each time period) by 133 out of 144 subjects for the 2100 time, and by 251 subjects for the 2300 time.
Although approximately 2,500 persons had attempted to participate in future-life progression sessions, which were done in several locations by three investigators from 1980 to 1988, only about 5 percent perceived physical lifetimes in 2100 A.D. and about 12 percent perceived physical lifetimes in 2300 A.D..
An interview of the author is at http://www.consciousmedianetwork.com/members/csnow.htm
It is important to view the interview before reading the book, because he explains how a discrepancy arose between the dates of the cataclysms as foreseen at the time of writing the book and the dates that are currently foreseen.
The four distinct and partially-incompatible scenarios that were commonly described by almost all subjects during future-life-progression sessions for both 2100 AD and 2300 AD were, roughly,
1) living in spaceships or space stations,
2) living happily in a pleasant, natural environment and a "New Age" society,
3) living in domed communities or partially underground shelters protected from a toxic atmosphere,
4) living in rustic, 19th-century-type conditions.
A few other individual cases were reported for each time period.
Conditions reported for 2300 AD were somewhat advanced from the conditions of 2100 AD, and the author defined the following cases and sub-cases for that time period.
1a: In space.
1b: Solar space colony.
1c: Non-solar system planet.
2: "New Age" without sub-cases.
3a: High tech.
3b: High tech evolved.
Most of the subjects reported occasional or frequent contact or communication with extraterrestrials and/or non-physical entities. Also, many of them said that they got at least some of their provisions from (or in) spaceships and/or at depots or warehouses, some of which were automated with no live operator visible. However, neither of those aspects of their lives were reported by anyone in the 2100 AD group 4.
The book also contains extensive discussions of 1) both the prophesies and scientific data concerning impending earth changes (as known at the time of writing -- now not complete, of course), and 2) how and why the four different scenarios could exist simultaneously.
The author also reports the results of a few future-life-progression sessions, including his own, that were directed to the time of earth changes. Those changes were catastrophic, and he personally reported, during one future-life session, that the loss of life was in the millions. He also speculated, in writing the book, that the reason that only 5% of the subjects reported future lives in 2100 was a lack of bodies available to incarnate into due to severe depopulation during the earlier earth changes.
Some details that interested me especially are that 1) Arizona will be severely effected by earthquakes and cold, overcast weather even during summers, and 2) the Dakotas and Saskatchewan fair much better.
Some extracts from the author's reports of his own future-life progressions are given below. Generally, they correspond to several sequential future times and two locations.
1) At a location in Arizona, north of Phoenix:
"[A] thought that gnawed at the edges of my consciousness during much of that first future trip was, frankly, an underlying fear of discovery by other human beings! Even though I felt rather isolated and protected at the ranch, inside I knew that if outsiders became aware of our relatively secure existence there, we would have to defend it or flee. ... [The ranch] would provide our group with shelter and security, even from what apparently had become our most dangerous enemy -- the roving bands of half-crazed marauders spawned by the major cities." (page 6)
"Crops had become more difficult to grow and the soil seemed very disappointing to me as I had tried hard to equal or surpass the preceding year's harvest. I think that increasingly bad and unpredictable weather was the major culprit." (page 12)
"... it now seemed as if the world had collapsed and everything that had been important before no longer mattered. ... I immediately knew that large chunks of the former West Coast had quickly sunk into the Pacific Ocean as several earthquakes and volcanic eruptions had decimated the 'Ring of Fire' borderlands surrounding the Pacific earth plate. It might be more accurate to say that the ocean had come rushing up into the California valleys as the bottom had literally fallen out at key coastal junctures, shaken by the seismic activity. Water stretched as far inland in some areas as parts of Nevada and Arizona." (page 13)
"...the Earth shook almost constantly and the climate was much colder and wetter than before. A cold, clammy wind was almost always blowing. The sky remained obscured, even in the daytime, by all the earth and ash thrown up the earthquakes and volcanoes that had preceded the West Coast collapse. ... the United States has been all but cut in two. Most east-west transportation and communications links were severed." (page 14)
"We were also very concerned about contacting survivors, both individuals and groups, and bringing them in to add their talents to ours. ... In addition, we kept on working on perfecting the rudimentary psychic communications and healing network that had begun earlier." (page 16)
"Apparently the area from Alberta to Saskatchewan and eastern Washington State to the Dakotas remained intact. It was still connected to our part of the continent by the Rocky Mountains and those parts of the Great Plains not inundated when the Gulf of Mexico had surged north as land under parts of the Caribbean rose and quakes collapsed the Mississippi Valley." (page 17)
"Panic and lawlessness ensued on a large scale. State and local governments were unable to cope with the scope of devastation and collapse of commercial communications and transportation services. Periodic violent aftershocks disrupted relief efforts." (page 22)
"Much of the desert southwest sustained significant damage, while simultaneous volcanic eruptions and earth shifts elsewhere around the planet compounded the problem. ... The weather also worsened as tons of dust and volcanic ash were thrown into the air by this second series of eruptions. Although the worst occurred during the first few weeks of havoc, the Sun simply did not return through the thick black clouds that summer. Most green vegetation in a wide belt of the temperate zone withered and died ..." (page 22)
2) Sometime later at a location in Alberta, north of Edmonton:
"It's surprisingly warm here. I've been told that the climate has shifted significantly the past couple of years, making this region much more temperate now." (page 23)
"... there are only a few really permanent structures and these are of a geodesic dome design. Most everyone lives in lightweight collapsible buildings just one story tall. They're made of plastic or synthetic fabric stretched around aluminum or wooden poles, ... Sort of like Mongolian yurts, I'd say." (page 24)
3) At the time of his future death (summarized from pages 26 and 27):
He became aware that several nonphysical beings were present, and he asked them what purpose the earth changes served. The reply was that there two types of earth-humans, the "garbage" and the "garbage men", or more politely, the compost and the gardeners. They explained that Earth is like a gardening project, and it is now overdue for a fallow or composting period. Natural forces, combined with mistreatment by humans, plunge the most overexploited areas into the sea for a rest, while some of the ocean bottoms rise as new, fertile lands.
Such episodes recur in long natural cycles, and those who remain in physical bodies comprise two main groups. One group remains because they have more lessons to learn about loss, privation , survival, and self-reliance. For them, dealing with drastic changes is the most effective teacher. Those in the other group are mostly volunteers who wish to study world renewals or to accelerate personal growth by accepting difficult duty. They will see that things are cleaned up and that new land is used productively, and they will preserve essential spiritual and material knowledge.
It is a very intriguing and useful book, although tedious in some chapters and now somewhat outdated.