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Title: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on June 14, 2010, 08:57:12 AM
Please post here any dream you like...it does not have to be about cataclysm.
I will start out with one I had many years ago.
I had just been reading Poul Anderson's book on the sea people: The Merman's Children  so that book probably
influenced my dream. Anderson did some
research and found many stories of sea people in the nordic countries.
There was a great bell in the book.
OK so in my dream there was a world event: The Bell of Atlantis was found and rung.
It was a massive, beautiful bell and I could hear the sound.
I vaguely remember the lost continent of Atlantis was found in that dream.
I was just trying to find some kind of representation of that huge bell and didn't find it yet.

Back to the dream the huge bell was a good omen - a breakthrough for Mankind. In the book it was used to
make a terrible noise underwater and to harm the sea people and to cause them to flee. The bell was used to
herd the sea people away from the main population centers. I feel if there is such a bell
its purpose was intended to be good.
The bell I saw in my dream was about 2-3 times bigger than this one and it was at the bottom of the ocean:

(http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1435/1464978465_0eb6324520.jpg)

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Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on June 18, 2010, 08:54:14 AM
Back about 1970, probably before Leonard Cohen's "Sisters of Mercy" ever came out, I had a dream
about my brother who I was worried about - he was in deep trouble. Into my dream came seven sisters with golden reddish hair - at a distance - but I felt like they were appearing to me, singing. Angelic voices.
I told an acquaintance of mine who was an astrologer and knew quite a lot about ancient and mystical matters. She said, "Those were The Seven Sisters and that is very rare and a good thing." [and if you saw them while dreaming about your brother that is a sign he will receive some help.]
Well my brother survived his ordeal... I won't go into all the details now.
This image doesn't give credit to the beauty and the colors which I saw in my dream, but I do like this image. Just wanted to share this.
Below that one is  one with blue and lighter tones... farther down is music which reminds me of the vibe and of the singing of the seven sisters in my dream. ...
- Yowbarb

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_NqhdO5sZ4x4/Ro6CIyXjDXI/AAAAAAAAB-g/duJPoYN_umQ/s400/Seven+Sisters3.jpg (http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_NqhdO5sZ4x4/Ro6CIyXjDXI/AAAAAAAAB-g/duJPoYN_umQ/s400/Seven+Sisters3.jpg)

(http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_NqhdO5sZ4x4/Ro6CIyXjDXI/AAAAAAAAB-g/duJPoYN_umQ/s400/Seven+Sisters3.jpg)

This you tube video I found does remind me of the dream I had
of "The Seven Sisters."  As the music progresses you hear this high ethereal singing it was like that in my dream..  - Yowbarb

EDIT: I had to take down that link here is another. Crank up the volume, it is low in this recording.

Holst:  Neptune, the Mystic- The Planets Suite  8:21

LINK: http://youtu.be/c0i7advgnUk

Uploaded by recordholdings on Feb 22, 2008
English composer Gustav Holst composed The Planets between 1914 and 1916. The Birmingham premiere of the suite took place in 1918, fifteen years before Pluto was discovered. Though the Planets became by far the most popular work of Holst's and one of the most known pieces by an English-born composer, Holst did not consider the piece one of his finest. Partially because of this, he never wrote an eighth movement, though unexpectedly the IAU relegated Pluto from its status as planet proper in 2006.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on July 20, 2010, 07:06:43 PM
I woke up early this morning I had a brief dream and someone was saying something to me, at least three times, like directed to me scan-a-man... before that I was in the White House.. There was a threat to the Commander in Chief but whoever was in charge of security wasn't concerned -it was under control... scan - a -man were the words waking me up. What I got was the security wasn't good enough.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: _cj_ on August 30, 2010, 12:23:51 AM
ohh that was weird - i never get vivid dreams but i just woke up with this one clear as day in my memory
i dreampt of a shooting in a courthouse lobby or town hall - some sort of public building anyay - automatic gun fire and the name eva

i dont think i have predictive dreams so probably menas nothing - i just thought i would share - very weird -

regards,

alex
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on August 30, 2010, 01:18:15 PM
ohh that was weird - i never get vivid dreams but i just woke up with this one clear as day in my memory
i dreampt of a shooting in a courthouse lobby or town hall - some sort of public building anyay - automatic gun fire and the name eva

i dont think i have predictive dreams so probably menas nothing - i just thought i would share - very weird -

regards,

alex

c_j thanks for posting...wonder if there will be something on the news. Or perhaps, it could be farther into the future...
Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on December 13, 2010, 08:32:57 PM
Sweet Dreams

(http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_3f95iVVUx6I/ShxmOzD6WMI/AAAAAAAAMYw/N7oGY0dmGiE/s400/Beautiful-Lake-Reflection-1Autumn-Stream.jpg)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ASEEKERTOO on January 05, 2011, 04:58:10 AM
Well, I don't generally put a lot of weight in dreams. A dream is a dream right ? Any ole image can just sneak in.
However, on Sept. 11, 2001 I woke up to get ready for work with one word in my mind. 'Terrorist'. I drove to work
thinking how strange that was. Naturally you can imagine my surprise as the early morning went by............

I woke up this morning [jan.5,2011] with one brief clear glimpse of a blue sky with thousands of 'V' shaped cloud objects with
a bluish tinge in the brightness. Not chemtrail size objects but small and concise objects in the distance; v shaped clouds.
Personally, I put no weight in this but I don't get snapshot impressions like this so.......................
For what it is worth I posted it.................. :)

Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: augonit on January 05, 2011, 07:35:33 AM
Last night I had a dream or vision, I'm not sure.  All it was was just a one second look at a woman wearing a long apron, smiling with her arms extended and opened wide.  I knew that was symbolic of what's to come.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: noproblemo2 on January 05, 2011, 07:43:36 AM
I don't normally dream, or if I do don't recall them, yet last night was very specific. In my backyard three people were standing, two men and a woman, they said nothing and somehow I knew not to open the door to them. When I awoke the next day, they were gone. Not sure what it means but since I so rarely dream it really stands out in my mind.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: 1969quartz0 on January 05, 2011, 08:49:02 AM
Last night I also had a very vived dream it was bad, I rarely dream but I woke up early and thought I should wright this down I sat there but did not then I fell asleep, and have since forgot the dreams content I need to keep pen and paper next to me from now on because I knew it was something that should be remembered but I do not know why.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 05, 2011, 09:04:19 AM
Last night I also had a very vived dream it was bad, I rarely dream but I woke up early and thought I should wright this down I sat there but did not then I fell asleep, and have since forgot the dreams content I need to keep pen and paper next to me from now on because I knew it was something that should be remembered but I do not know why.

Nathan please let us know if you remember... I know what  you mean by the paper and pen..
I am sort of blown away to see how many people have posted siginificant dreams lately.
- Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Mrhappy on January 05, 2011, 09:45:58 AM
I had an odd dream, as other say i dont normally remember my dreams. infact i didnt remember this one until i was counting out some change at the store.
Everyone knows we have been minting quarters with different states on the back. well i had a dream that we had a whole lot more new minted quarters with new states on them. i dont remember any other details of what states they were tho. =(
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: augonit on March 14, 2011, 07:22:49 AM
Last night I dreamed I was going to a funeral for my great grandmother.  In reality, she died maybe 35 years ago.  Anyway, My room number was 9380 and the funeral was to start at 9:30 AM.  I know numbers mean something in dreams, but I don't know what.  If anyone knows what numbers mean, let me know.  Thanks.  I figured the 9, 3, and 0 must mean something since they were there twice.

PS Or maybe that means September 30,
                                        8 events,
                                         midnight
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: spearsar on March 22, 2011, 08:30:31 PM
Hello everyone,

I just want to share a dream my son shared with me a few days ago. He said he was being chased by military because he had escaped from a big house where everyone was forced to live and not allowed to leave. Needless to say this triggered red flags in my mind with all the rumored FEMA camps and the possibility of martial law in the event of war, epidemic or an ELE.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on April 05, 2011, 03:46:44 PM
Hello everyone,

I just want to share a dream my son shared with me a few days ago. He said he was being chased by military because he had escaped from a big house where everyone was forced to live and not allowed to leave. Needless to say this triggered red flags in my mind with all the rumored FEMA camps and the possibility of martial law in the event of war, epidemic or an ELE.

spearsar thanks for sharing your dream and your thoughts,
Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on April 18, 2011, 10:48:37 PM
This is an odd dream. I had this just before I got woke up by the phone this AM.
I was walking in a rural area near a stream, when I saw a woman with her little girl in a baby carriage. Mexican American. They were walking near the stream. Suddenly the water was brownish and fast moving. I was warning the mother in Spanish do not let your daughter walk there the water is getting high! Cuidado!! etc. I speak some Spanish so I was yelling to her in Spanish. Both mother and daughter had an attitude like I didn't know. The girl was being swept away in the waters and still they had this attitude. I think theywere still being swept away and still had an attitude.
There were two or three boys who were some sort of mutation or hybrid humanoids. They looked sort of like animals but walked upright. I was concerned about them too but they were not afraid. None of them were afraid. A tunnel area sort of like a cement culvert appeared and outside was a beautiful intense light - bright daylight.
The woman and girl - I think had already gone there and the odd looking boys too. At the end of the dream the odd boy stepped through the tunnel first saying to me, "I'm fine!" He wasn't smiling at me but out at the beautiful day, he has a big grin. Just then I noticed the most beautiful coral - orange slightly neon flowers on each side of the tunnel. This was an intensely spiritual sight the flowers were not of this plane. A voice said to me (from them) "If you want to survive cancer you have to forget all THAT." and then I woke up.
After I awoke I briefly thought about the dream. I feel the woman and young child were Tex-Mex. I feel they were actual people somewhere. I feel the reason they were not afraid, they were already passing away or about to pass on and not afraid. I saw their faces as if alive but they were in spirit. Their bodies probably were drowned or in the process and unconscious. There was nothing I could tell them or nothing  I could do to help them they aready were passing. They were beyond my help and didn't need it.
The phrase, "You have to forget all THAT,"  I think is referring to the rules of the physical universe and all considerations what I need to do to be healthy. Sort of like forget it all and you will survive. I don't have any cancer diagnosis. They seemed to be telling me to not be hung up on the physical world. This may not be coming through so well but at one moment it was this incredible beauty in my dream, especially when I saw the flowers near the tunnel.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: inselemel on April 20, 2011, 06:13:06 AM
Hi, i  have only had 1 2012 dream so far which i put in my 1st post in the welcome page i knew i  was in South Africa where lots of people where including my parents (living in Scotland at moment) and my sister (who lives in South Africa) where at a stadium i think it was the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban. I haven't been to the stadium so i'm not sure but i felt it was there. Anyway lots of people where running away from the stadium towards the car park, the sky was suddenly dark but i knew it was during daylight hours(eclipse) and saw two "things" exploding out at sea (Durban is right on the Indian Ocean). i met my sister, her husband etc but not my parents so as everyone else was running away i very calmly looked for my parents (both in their 70's), found my dad outside the stadium, took his hand and we went looking for my mother who was in ladies toilets where we all admired the red marble sink surface ('you wouldn't get this back home - was a quote from my mum')??? and dream ended. The reference to the toilets is probably that my parents and i are amazed how nice and clean the public toilets in South Africa compared to the UK. Anyway it was just how calm my family was when everyone else wasnt as the Purple One aka Prince once said    "But when I woke up this mornin’
                                                              Coulda sworn it was judgment day
                                                              The sky was all purple,
                                                              There were people runnin’ everywhere
                                                              Tryin’ 2 run from the destruction,
                                                              U know I didn’t even care"
 8) 8)
 Melanie
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on April 20, 2011, 06:27:24 AM
Hi, i  have only had 1 2012 dream so far which i put in my 1st post in the welcome page i knew i  was in South Africa where lots of people where including my parents (living in Scotland at moment) and my sister (who lives in South Africa) where at a stadium i think it was the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban. I haven't been to the stadium so i'm not sure but i felt it was there. Anyway lots of people where running away from the stadium towards the car park, the sky was suddenly dark but i knew it was during daylight hours(eclipse) and saw two "things" exploding out at sea (Durban is right on the Indian Ocean). i met my sister, her husband etc but not my parents so as everyone else was running away i very calmly looked for my parents (both in their 70's), found my dad outside the stadium, took his hand and we went looking for my mother who was in ladies toilets where we all admired the red marble sink surface ('you wouldn't get this back home - was a quote from my mum')??? and dream ended. The reference to the toilets is probably that my parents and i are amazed how nice and clean the public toilets in South Africa compared to the UK. Anyway it was just how calm my family was when everyone else wasnt as the Purple One aka Prince once said    "But when I woke up this mornin’
                                                              Coulda sworn it was judgment day
                                                              The sky was all purple,
                                                              There were people runnin’ everywhere
                                                              Tryin’ 2 run from the destruction,
                                                              U know I didn’t even care"
 8) 8)
 Melanie


Inselemel thanks for sharing your dream. That's the kind of vivid dreams I get. (Usually there is some chaos - or at least rushing about, in them.)
It's possible there is some symbolism there...
You have an applaud for sharing and making some interesting posts recently.  ;)

Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: inselemel on April 20, 2011, 08:36:07 AM
I meant to mention in the earlier post that there is a free future life progression meditation on "Anne Jirsch" website. I am not very good at mediation but it basically takes you out of the earths atmosphere and brings you back down in 100 yrs and it asks if you see any changes in the continental masses in changes etc. All i got was a big red blob over Egypt, think that was more of what i think will happen rather than anything else, but according to the website and what i have read in Spiritual magazines over here in UK she seems v popular. You have to scroll down a bit on the downloads to get to the free one, if anybody interested.

Hope you have better luck than me with meditating!! 
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on May 26, 2011, 09:37:20 PM
I had a vivid short Elvis dream upon waking I could see his smiling face...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: inselemel on May 29, 2011, 06:16:27 AM
i haven't had a dream about Elvis but i was like Mulder and believed that he didn't die in 77 but after reading one of John Edward's book, there is a bit about Carl Perkins daughter getting a reading over the phone (John Edward didn't know that her father was famous, just doing a reading for a friend of a friend) he mentions Elvis thanking Carl Perkins wife for making his belts. So, i do believe he has passed now but i am still holding out that it wasn't in 77.   I think i got the story correct that it was his daughter that John Edward did a reading for but i read the book years ago, but the gist is still the same - The King is dead (unfortunately).
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Boonie Stomper on May 29, 2011, 02:46:29 PM
Not dreaming of Elvis myself, but am not at all surprised.  Am still grappling with mysterious other personas which have presented to me lately including J....   :-X  several others...   :-X
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on May 29, 2011, 08:30:31 PM
i haven't had a dream about Elvis but i was like Mulder and believed that he didn't die in 77 but after reading one of John Edward's book, there is a bit about Carl Perkins daughter getting a reading over the phone (John Edward didn't know that her father was famous, just doing a reading for a friend of a friend) he mentions Elvis thanking Carl Perkins wife for making his belts. So, i do believe he has passed now but i am still holding out that it wasn't in 77.   I think i got the story correct that it was his daughter that John Edward did a reading for but i read the book years ago, but the gist is still the same - The King is dead (unfortunately).

Interesting....
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on June 07, 2011, 09:05:03 PM
Not dreaming of Elvis myself, but am not at all surprised.  Am still grappling with mysterious other personas which have presented to me lately including J....   :-X  several others...   :-X

Who's J? JC?
Jerry Garcia & some other dead folks popping into my head unexpectedly.... David C most recent one, but not Elvis.  Sorry, gettin buggy

Belated reply, oh! Jerry Garcia.  ;)
- Barb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on June 07, 2011, 09:05:54 PM
Not dreaming of Elvis myself, but am not at all surprised.  Am still grappling with mysterious other personas which have presented to me lately including J....   :-X  several others...   :-X

Can U tell me more who all were they?
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: errrv on June 28, 2011, 12:49:54 AM
Well, here I go:
I had a dream a year ago: where I was out in a desert area, specifically a mountainous area with scrub brush and I was in a dry creek bed looking for something (???) with a group of other guys. I found a Giant's sandle on a rock and a
had a dreadful feeling that the giants might find us & kill us etc.

Crazy...Crazy.... I know! Well it gets more interesting.

I had a conversation with villageidiot about an article I posted under "lack of money"; giants found in Death Valley. Tonight/this morning, I put a paper together for him that outlined all the findings from both the Smithsonian dig in 1940, and the Hill expedition of 1947.
Well, in the Smithsonian expedition they found a sandal at the lovell site :o
I went & found the only known coordinates of the giants Cavern entrance, & low and behold---
Its the exact spot from my dream!

How wierd is that? Can you say DeeJay View?
More useless tidbits that have nothing to do with PX....Sorry  ;D erv
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: inselemel on June 28, 2011, 02:18:54 AM
Maybe Avatar wasn't too far from the truth re giants???  :P :P :P

 "Na'vi Appearance -One of the challenges in designing Neytiri was making her look sufficiently alien and yet familiar and appealing enough to make Jake's attraction to her natural and convincing.[10]
In Avatar, the Na'vi are an indigenous species that live on Pandora. They are humanoid in appearance and are 9 to 10 feet (2.7 to 3.0 m) tall, having pairs of eyes, ears, arms, legs and feet like humans, as well as a nose, a mouth, and expressions recognizable to humans. The Na'vi differ from humans in having blue, striped skin, pointed and mobile ears, large eyes, catlike noses and teeth, tails, and four fingers (hybrid avatars retain the five fingers of their human DNA). While taller than humans, they have narrower proportions in body frame."
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: augonit on June 28, 2011, 08:39:05 AM
Last night I had a disturbing dream where I was standing outside with some of my family and we knew that the opposite side of the world had already been completely destroyed and we were waiting until it came over to our side.  It was like a giant fire that circled the world and left it completely black after the fire passed over.  Then after the entire world had been burned black, it exploded.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on June 28, 2011, 08:49:23 AM
Last night I had a disturbing dream where I was standing outside with some of my family and we knew that the opposite side of the world had already been completely destroyed and we were waiting until it came over to our side.  It was like a giant fire that circled the world and left it completely black after the fire passed over.  Then after the entire world had been burned black, it exploded.

That really would be a disturbing experience...to have a dream like that...
That sounds like a big asteroid strike,
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: enlightenme on July 01, 2011, 11:27:27 AM
OK, so I'm going to try to share one here wtih you that I had several years back that made my family think I was certifiable.  It was one of those that felt so real that you knew it was more that just your typical dream.  I remember there being this really long line of cars and pedestrians and you knew it was a really bad scene and there was a big tunnel ahead of us that led to a very large underground bunker, heavily guarded by the uniformed guys with guns.  We all knew it was a make it or break it scenerio as to whether you were allowed in to save your life from the upcoming catastrophe they were predicting (the sky was off-colored, it was windy and dusty, you get the picture).  But then the news starts coming back the line to us after waiting for hours, that they weren't letting anyone in who was (and this is where it gets even weirder) taking any prescription meds, had been sterilized, had any metal in their bodies or artificial hips, knees, limbs, etc and no one over the age of 65, and no one with infants unless they were being breastfed!!!  Well I knew I was screwed and so was my mom and I can remember knowing I had to figure out the solution myself for our family, but somehow I wasn't even that scared!   I think at that time that's what surprised me the most...but maybe now not so much really.  I think I've known deep inside since then that something big was on the horizon, just not exactly what and when, and still praying for the exact right solutions for all those near and dear and all of you as well..... 
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: errrv on July 01, 2011, 12:03:45 PM
That is not weird at all, in fact makes perfect sense. The radiation will be absorbed by metal in your body (I have some & worry about just that). No MEDS... If you are on antidepressants, you can't just go cold turkey off that stuff without some serious side effects (been there too: stopped taking 450 mg effexor & 750 mg Depakote in one shot! Within 5 days I was delirious), you are also a serious health risk if you are on any kind of MEDS...that's why I stopped taking all that crap. Older 65, circle of life. Not breastfeeding, no formula or anything else for babies either.

This dream (or premonition) just goes to show you can't rely on others... Just yourself.
Erv
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: errrv on July 01, 2011, 12:07:02 PM
Yeah, look up anakim in the bible & see what comes up!

Maybe Avatar wasn't too far from the truth re giants???  :P :P :P

 "Na'vi Appearance -One of the challenges in designing Neytiri was making her look sufficiently alien and yet familiar and appealing enough to make Jake's attraction to her natural and convincing.[10]
In Avatar, the Na'vi are an indigenous species that live on Pandora. They are humanoid in appearance and are 9 to 10 feet (2.7 to 3.0 m) tall, having pairs of eyes, ears, arms, legs and feet like humans, as well as a nose, a mouth, and expressions recognizable to humans. The Na'vi differ from humans in having blue, striped skin, pointed and mobile ears, large eyes, catlike noses and teeth, tails, and four fingers (hybrid avatars retain the five fingers of their human DNA). While taller than humans, they have narrower proportions in body frame."
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: inselemel on July 01, 2011, 02:00:56 PM
Thanks errv, just did, i hadn't heard of those particular giants before 8). Cheers. I for one keep an open mind to do with mythology etc if something i.e. there being Giants, dragons, ghosts or the flood myth etc etc features in so many cultures in so many different locations on this planet then to me it seems to add weight to that there is some truth in it. I don't believe everything i read but keep an open mind and try to rationalize the data before me. As i am sure goes for a lot of people on this board.

 ;D
 Inselemel
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: errrv on July 01, 2011, 06:18:00 PM
Yes, its crazy! I have read all about PX, Sitchens work, seen the Ancient Aliens series, but never put annunaki and anakim together. Wow!
Erv
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Ed Douglas on July 02, 2011, 08:32:44 AM
You guys might want to glance at this;
http://english.pravda.ru/science/mysteries/24-06-2011/118302-giants_cemetery-0/
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: inselemel on July 02, 2011, 10:29:02 AM
Cheers ed, by the way i am a watch killer as well, recently read the indigoness topic that you were one as well.  ;)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: augonit on July 02, 2011, 02:32:13 PM
Enlightenme--your dream was really cool.  The part about no meds, no metal, etc., made me think of times when certain groups of people tried to separate others they considered not perfect enough to be part of the crowd.

But now I'm scared.  Right now, I have metal in me--fillings in my teeth, but I'm in the middle of replacing them all with resin.  So that would mean I would be allowed in.  However, I'd rather be outside where I think my overall chances would be better.  I don't want to depend on the military, police or government to decide how to save my life.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: enlightenme on July 02, 2011, 02:56:01 PM
You scared?  I doubt that especially when you saw the whole deal, you would actually probably have felt relieved like I did..way too controlling and militaristic.  I had decided even in line that I didn't want to really spend any length of time with those people and i can remember thinking I would rather find my own cave!  Funny, huh?  PS..the fillings were acceptable, it was the only exception though....
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on August 15, 2011, 12:05:46 PM
Well, here I go:
I had a dream a year ago: where I was out in a desert area, specifically a mountainous area with scrub brush and I was in a dry creek bed looking for something (???) with a group of other guys. I found a Giant's sandle on a rock and a
had a dreadful feeling that the giants might find us & kill us etc.

Crazy...Crazy.... I know! Well it gets more interesting.

I had a conversation with villageidiot about an article I posted under "lack of money"; giants found in Death Valley. Tonight/this morning, I put a paper together for him that outlined all the findings from both the Smithsonian dig in 1940, and the Hill expedition of 1947.
Well, in the Smithsonian expedition they found a sandal at the lovell site :o
I went & found the only known coordinates of the giants Cavern entrance, & low and behold---
Its the exact spot from my dream!

How wierd is that? Can you say DeeJay View?
More useless tidbits that have nothing to do with PX....Sorry  ;D erv

Wow I don't think I acknowledged this post...
keep em coming that is interesting,
YB
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on August 15, 2011, 12:07:59 PM
Hello everyone,

I just want to share a dream my son shared with me a few days ago. He said he was being chased by military because he had escaped from a big house where everyone was forced to live and not allowed to leave. Needless to say this triggered red flags in my mind with all the rumored FEMA camps and the possibility of martial law in the event of war, epidemic or an ELE.

I had a vivid terrible nightmare back about 2004 my son was chased and hurt by these scary dudes in short sleeved military uniforms. No uniforms I had ever seen.
He also had dreams of being suddenly arrested for nothing, back about that time period.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on August 15, 2011, 12:11:16 PM
Thanks errv, just did, i hadn't heard of those particular giants before 8). Cheers. I for one keep an open mind to do with mythology etc if something i.e. there being Giants, dragons, ghosts or the flood myth etc etc features in so many cultures in so many different locations on this planet then to me it seems to add weight to that there is some truth in it. I don't believe everything i read but keep an open mind and try to rationalize the data before me. As i am sure goes for a lot of people on this board.

 ;D
 Inselemel

I forgot to post I had the most terrifying dream  :o about a giant head peering in through my front window. The head was so huge you could see the one glaring eye and part of his cheek. Such yukky ugly anger was oozing out of every pore.  By the size of the head he would have to be like 30 feet tall which doesn't seem likely, but there you have it.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: augonit on August 15, 2011, 12:28:01 PM
Now that is weird about the giants.  For the past couple of months or so, I keep having images in my mind about giants, or other monstrous creatures, looking in my windows.  I'm awake though, these aren't dreams.  The things are like Bigfoot, etc.  I look out my windows, but I always expect them.  So far, they haven't shown up.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on August 16, 2011, 07:34:47 AM
Now that is weird about the giants.  For the past couple of months or so, I keep having images in my mind about giants, or other monstrous creatures, looking in my windows.  I'm awake though, these aren't dreams.  The things are like Bigfoot, etc.  I look out my windows, but I always expect them.  So far, they haven't shown up.

augonit ;D, I agree it is weird. I will be the first to admiit that some dreams are simply symbolic not necessarily reflecting a true fact of the past present or future. That said the darned thing was so real in my sight of it, it seems something like that must have existed on earth...
Not much evidence, I don't think.
- Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: augonit on August 16, 2011, 08:31:48 AM
Some people think mythology is based on truth.  Cyclops comes to mind.  That at one time much larger humanlike things lived along side of humans.  The Bible mentions that there were "giants in the land".  Some believe this is referring to dinosaurs, some to humanlike giants.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on August 16, 2011, 12:41:34 PM
Some people think mythology is based on truth.  Cyclops comes to mind.  That at one time much larger humanlike things lived along side of humans.  The Bible mentions that there were "giants in the land".  Some believe this is referring to dinosaurs, some to humanlike giants.

 :) True enough, giants are mentioned in the Old Testament. As well as mythology.
I have always believed that if the mind of Man can imagine something then it existed, 
or does exist somewhere in the universe - or - it will someday exist...
YB
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: augonit on August 19, 2011, 07:11:55 AM
Last night, I had a dream that a man, another woman and I was being initiated into the "wolf tribe".  This was an American Indian tribe started by a man.  The man and I, being white, were measured for height at our shoulders.  The tribe made wooden people to represent us and burned them in a fire.  This was to symbolize letting go of our ego, or something like that.  The woman was a Native American and the daughter of the man who started the tribe.  Her initiation involved "beads" which were really river rock and she had to lay on them while they poured water over her.  Then, the final test for the other woman and I were to find a lost child who believed he was an angel.  We went through a forest and into a room where I found him inside a refrigerator.  I wrapped him in a blanket and went back to the tribe.  That's all I remember.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on August 19, 2011, 10:18:59 AM
Last night, I had a dream that a man, another woman and I was being initiated into the "wolf tribe".  This was an American Indian tribe started by a man.  The man and I, being white, were measured for height at our shoulders.  The tribe made wooden people to represent us and burned them in a fire.  This was to symbolize letting go of our ego, or something like that.  The woman was a Native American and the daughter of the man who started the tribe.  Her initiation involved "beads" which were really river rock and she had to lay on them while they poured water over her.  Then, the final test for the other woman and I were to find a lost child who believed he was an angel.  We went through a forest and into a room where I found him inside a refrigerator.  I wrapped him in a blanket and went back to the tribe.  That's all I remember.

augonit, wow what a dream, thanks for sharing.
So much symbolism and depth of spiritual experience I feel...

Lost or found little children have also appeared in a dream or two of mine.

I did have one dream about a Native American ceremony. Posting it, next post,
- Yowbarb

Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on August 19, 2011, 10:22:36 AM
Augonit had posted about  Native American ceremony in her recent dream.
I had one dream of a ceremony, that I can recall.

It was during a time period when I was helping a part - Comanche Native American woman, she stayed with me and had a place for her stuff and her truck. Later I drove and picked up her son when he got out of jail (they were always being harassed by local authorities, petty dictators out in the Inland Empire of Los Angeles.) 

The gal and I went to a couple of Pow Wows together and brought my only son; we discussed the possibility of my having some NA ancestry, which is not clear.

The dream I had, she was in some kind of full ceremonial regalia and so was a friend of hers... it was a ritual of purification. I sort of "walked up" to her spiritually and she looked so startled. As if our bodies were both asleep and the spirits were talking...
I felt later when I told her about the ritual dream, that the purification was for me...
She was wearing the color red and had feathers and some sparkly stones or something and there was a gourd sound.

I'm not sure what became of her; she was trying to get the the Three Rivers or three tribes area...

Yowbarb  The image: It is a corn dance, not a purification dance, but the dress looks a little like it.  The colors were mostly red in the dream..more sparkly too.

East = Red = success; triumph

http://users.ap.net/~chenae/spirit.html

Yowbarb Note: This is according to one source; it varies.

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Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on August 19, 2011, 10:42:43 AM
Last night, I had a dream that a man, another woman and I was being initiated into the "wolf tribe".  This was an American Indian tribe started by a man.  The man and I, being white, were measured for height at our shoulders.  The tribe made wooden people to represent us and burned them in a fire.  This was to symbolize letting go of our ego, or something like that.  The woman was a Native American and the daughter of the man who started the tribe.  Her initiation involved "beads" which were really river rock and she had to lay on them while they poured water over her.  Then, the final test for the other woman and I were to find a lost child who believed he was an angel.  We went through a forest and into a room where I found him inside a refrigerator.  I wrapped him in a blanket and went back to the tribe.  That's all I remember.


One last PS on this now...
I had a vivid dream of a tall white wolf with light blue eyes. I was not afraid of him at all. I dreamt of him
one night when I was sleeping in my car.
He looked right at me and smiled. A week later I told my part Comanche friend and she said,
"You must have been afraid, and he appeared to you to help you."

- Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: augonit on August 19, 2011, 04:08:55 PM
Yeah I know my dream is full of symbolism.  I think I know basically what it means, but I'm not totally sure.  Any help would be appreciated.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on August 20, 2011, 12:35:25 PM
Yeah I know my dream is full of symbolism.  I think I know basically what it means, but I'm not totally sure.  Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks for sharing...
All I can say is it sounds like a good dream, a good sign,
Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: augonit on August 29, 2011, 09:10:11 AM
Early this AM, I had a very short dream or vision, I can't tell.  Anyway, all I remember is seeing three green things painted military green.  They were on tripods and a pipe thing stuck straight out of the top with a round top.  All I could think of was "detenators", like for a bomb.  They were at least 5 feet tall.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: errrv on August 29, 2011, 07:53:12 PM
Those green thing are called "shap ed charg es" if I understand you correctly. They are used to "cut" a round, deep hole in things (the ground) to place an object deep in the ground. I have used them a lot to destroy an underground bunker, or you can place a larger amount of ex plosiv es in it to "crater" the ground. Hope this helps.
Erv
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Schi-502 on August 29, 2011, 08:42:28 PM
ERV, are you addngspaces f0r a reason?
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: augonit on August 30, 2011, 06:57:33 AM
Those green thing are called "shap ed charg es" if I understand you correctly. They are used to "cut" a round, deep hole in things (the ground) to place an object deep in the ground. I have used them a lot to destroy an underground bunker, or you can place a larger amount of ex plosiv es in it to "crater" the ground. Hope this helps.
Erv

Do you have a picture of them so I can tell?  Anyway, I don't know how I would even know about those things.  I've never seen one.  So if it turns out that my dream and what you described are the same things, I just might get freaked.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on August 31, 2011, 03:37:02 PM
Those green thing are called "shap ed charg es" if I understand you correctly. They are used to "cut" a round, deep hole in things (the ground) to place an object deep in the ground. I have used them a lot to destroy an underground bunker, or you can place a larger amount of ex plosiv es in it to "crater" the ground. Hope this helps.
Erv

Erv,
very interesting.
Maybe someone is blasting out areas for bunkers... and it happened to appear in Augie's dream. This can
happen...
I had a vivid dream looking at a distance a bunch of hard plastic type indestructible domes out in the middle of nowhere. The thought went through my mind they were being built for US citizens.
...
Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: errrv on August 31, 2011, 07:29:42 PM
Yes, the spaces are for a reason.

You'll have to do your own searching for images, as that topic will "flag" your ip address by HS. They look kinda like a coffee can made out of plastic, twice as tall, with a point or dome shaped top. There are 3 legs descending out of the bottom that extend it's height 200%. this gives it needed stand off to work efficiently.
Usually painted olive or dark green, although most newer stuff is tan or light brown.

Good luck.
Erv
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: nrsvend on October 05, 2011, 12:03:50 PM
I had a dream that I was supposed to spend the night in a haunted house.  I didn't mind because I wasn't afraid, and I would get the house if I spent the whole night.  I started out saying, "hello", etc., which echoed in the house.  Anything I said echoed.  Then, the echo voice started saying other things I hadn't said.  I thought someone could be upstairs playing a trick, but it was empty.  Then a ghost, solid like a person, but it could still move through walls, came up to me twice and said something, but I rejected it and started praying.  Then a voice said, "it all depends on what Mr. Raccoon says."  I know that's stupid.  But I've thought since that the raccoon thing could be a code word for someone important, like the president for example, but I know it's not meaning Obama. 
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on October 05, 2011, 06:10:14 PM
I had a dream that I was supposed to spend the night in a haunted house.  I didn't mind because I wasn't afraid, and I would get the house if I spent the whole night.  I started out saying, "hello", etc., which echoed in the house.  Anything I said echoed.  Then, the echo voice started saying other things I hadn't said.  I thought someone could be upstairs playing a trick, but it was empty.  Then a ghost, solid like a person, but it could still move through walls, came up to me twice and said something, but I rejected it and started praying.  Then a voice said, "it all depends on what Mr. Raccoon says."  I know that's stupid.  But I've thought since that the raccoon thing could be a code word for someone important, like the president for example, but I know it's not meaning Obama.

Hello, interesting dream. I wonder how the word raccoon could be scrambled or interpreted. ? Will put some thought to it.
I don't have any set rules of dream interpretation. Sometimes I look things up in the dream dictionary, which I did with the raccoon.
This page has the raccoon interpretation on it. Generally it means "deceit, thievery," etc. More explanation on page.
All The Best,
Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on October 05, 2011, 06:39:34 PM
I had a dream that I was supposed to spend the night in a haunted house.  I didn't mind because I wasn't afraid, and I would get the house if I spent the whole night.  I started out saying, "hello", etc., which echoed in the house.  Anything I said echoed.  Then, the echo voice started saying other things I hadn't said.  I thought someone could be upstairs playing a trick, but it was empty.  Then a ghost, solid like a person, but it could still move through walls, came up to me twice and said something, but I rejected it and started praying.  Then a voice said, "it all depends on what Mr. Raccoon says."  I know that's stupid.  But I've thought since that the raccoon thing could be a code word for someone important, like the president for example, but I know it's not meaning Obama.


PS in case you might be interested, here are some writings about the Raccoon as a totem animal,
- Barbara Lou Townsend
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http://www.shamanicjourney.com/article/6092/raccoon-power-animal-symbol-of-our-many-masks-dexterity (http://www.shamanicjourney.com/article/6092/raccoon-power-animal-symbol-of-our-many-masks-dexterity)

Raccoon, Power Animal, Symbol of Our Many Masks, Dexterity

By Ina Woolcott

Raccoon's Wisdom Includes understanding the nature of masks, disguise, dexterity, seeking guidance and confidence, questioning without fear, balancing curiosity, shape shifting, secrecy.

In some ways, the raccoon is a clever scavenger. Their magic is their mask, though often the raccoon's mask is linked with its ‘banditry’ - they have been known to open peoples house doors and bin lids to take food - the mask has a far deeper meaning. No one, including you and I, are ever quite what we may seem - even to ourselves, for in our lives we can experience the freedom of many identities. Be it with friends, partners, children, parents, work colleagues, strangers etc. This medicine helps us to take on and let go of the many roles we fill. Having various identities isn’t negative, for we can learn to become adept at changing identities when appropriate. Over time this becomes as easy as selecting and changing ones clothes. Your many faces are about to be revealed to you. The racoon will assist you how to mask, disguise and transform yourself. Masks are a powerful tool - through the use of masks, altered states can be reached. Racoon people generally do well in professions to do with theatre.

Raccoons seem indifferent when caught ‘stealing’, although if provoked they can become ferocious. They are strong and muscular and can hold their own in nearly all situations, teaching us to do the same.

If Raccoon is your power animal, eating mainly fruit and vegetables will be beneficial to your health. Raccoon will have a long influence on your life, staying with you for a long time.

Racoons are for the main nocturnal animals, travelling in small groups of 1 or 2 families searching for fruits, vegetables, and small animals. Often they can be seen sloshing their hands and food in water before eating. The symbol of hands represent holding, receiving or giving. If raccoon comes to you may be being asked to let go of a situation, person, belief or habit. Reversely, the message may be for you to receive the gifts being offered to you by the Universe.

They are excellent swimmers, though they prefer being up a tree - which is where they are often found. Up here they are aware of everything around them and see danger a long way off. Racoons are highly curious leaving no stone unturned. This has its up and down sides. Following ones curiosity can pave the way for new and exciting things. However curiosity without caution can pave the way to trouble.
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Shamanic Journey Home Page  http://www.shamanicjourney.com/ (http://www.shamanicjourney.com/)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Jimfarmer on December 06, 2011, 08:03:09 AM
Here is a dream, and the dreamer's commentary on it, from another forum at http://12-21-2012.ning.com/profiles/blog/show?id=2815156%3ABlogPost%3A115698&xgs=1&xg_source=msg_share_post (http://12-21-2012.ning.com/profiles/blog/show?id=2815156%3ABlogPost%3A115698&xgs=1&xg_source=msg_share_post) .  You might need to be a member in order to access that site.

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    Hello Everyone,

    For what it's worth, I'm writing out my dream of last night and passing it on to you. I don't  write about dreams at all, but this one was entirely different in content and portent. I have never had a dream like this. I dream every single night but only of normal 3D realities and events, including astral....but never a dream of 'others' or of events involving many people.  I have not been watching or reading anything as I've been in creative and domestic beautifying activities, fully engaged in my physical life here, playing with moss and plants, Xmas decor, trees, and gardening. Nothing has influenced my mind as such to cause such a lucid dream. I am grateful I remembered at least this much! Maybe it was meant to be remembered and shared.

    The Dream:

    What little I can remember at this point:
    many many people free floating with our bodies, weightless and dense/pain free, through some kind of elongated passageway, one could use the term ''tunnel''. No one moving through this passageway was in any discomfort of any kind. But the bodies of us all were simply floating through it, calmly and gravity free, and all in one direction. I understood that this passageway was taking us through one kind of ''reality'' to another ''reality'', and what defines 'reality' is both where current laws of physics are extended to include more possibilities, and where we meet other things unknown to us in this world. This passage alone I understood was itself a major transition.
    Once through this passageway, we found ourselves with the ''others''. These others were people who were there to take us 'through' to where or what I do not know, but the feeling we all had was of a light hearted excitation/expectation. Some of us were feeling awe filled bewilderment, some slightly nervous but without fear, some felt excitement, some confusion but also without fear, some felt a mixture of all....but none of us felt anything at all that would cause a frown. Imagine excitement without pounding heart, confusion without suspicion, bewilderment with a sense of pleasure......all sensations we have within our scope of human emotions, but without the negative aspects, and all these emotions were light, not heavy.
    I personally felt a sense of light excitement without a pounding heart, a softness of joy, and a pure gentle love and awe for the entire experience including for the ''others'' who were a people who were there for this purpose, for us.
    These ''others'' were entirely human but there was a distinctly different feel to them, including something nameless about their appearance which was absolutely human but with a 'sense' of something different. What I can say is there was something about the quality of their skin, their hair and bone structure which spoke of a kind of natural perfection free of flaws or illness. They were of an energetic purity that spoke of pure intention of assistance and clean thoughts and integrity. (Upon retrospection, what made their energy feel so clean was the complete absence of cunning, motive, or distraction, in other words, they were incapable of these.) They were pure of purpose, gentle and kindly. The feeling we had of these 'others' energetically was of total trust, we absolutely knew they were there in an act of an engaging assistance. One could say as noble escorts.
    For each one of us, there was one of them to take us in their arms and hold us through this ''next phase, or passage, or transition''. In a huge white room, I could see they were sitting on a floor and each one of 'them' holding each one of 'us', they behind us, with their legs wrapped around ours, and their arms around us in a safely embrace as we prepared for the next phase 'journey/adventure' which was unknown to us, but known to them.  My personal companion, was a man of about 30/40's, Caucasian, with a translucence to his skin with a slight tinge of  green or blue? He was kind and pure of heart. In my case as I was about to posture myself in front of him to be 'wrapped' in their kindly arms and legs, I had to do something and got up to do it and returned. He exuded a patience that spoke of respect and understanding. Some of us did have last minute things and 'adjustments' to make before we ''sat in'' for the irreversible ''take off''. It seems only the living organic being who is made of loving light was capable of taking us through this process, so these beings were there to wrap us each in their living arms and legs in a safety and comfort embrace to take us through. Nothing else was involved.
    My companion had a kind of love for me that while not personal was absolute, and with me smiling and feeling like a kid in a new ride, he felt love for me and gave me a gentle love bit on my cheekbone. It was a kind of gentle love I had never felt before, a playful affection. They were able to have physical contact with us in a purely warm and kindly way. I loved these people very much. All of us were very comfortable to be with them.
    They came 'here' to take us 'there', in their arms, holding each one of us, in comfort, a safety embrace that was the greatest expression of love and consideration I have ever experienced.

    My personal thoughts on this:

    I have never experienced anything like this, and I do say ''experience'' and this alone tells me of its reality, in some way for some of us. I retain this experience as I type, as it is real. I do not know if this has taken place yet or not. I have a small sense that it is in some future moment. I did not see anything other than what I expressed, a clean and simply pure experience.  What I can say waking up here in this 'reality' is that there was an obvious refreshing absence of any negativity or dark emotions on anyone's part at all. The entire atmosphere was a clean and pure experience of joyful journey involving all our emotions of awe, with the assistance of some 'others' who were pure in their purpose. Theirs was one of understanding, certainty, guidance, capable, confidence, caring, and personalized, which for us was of expectation, excitement, trust and awe to have such an obviously well thought out, kindly consideration and individualized attention for each one of us.
    What was clear is that it told of an entirely different reality in some dimension, which tells me, that if I'm sensing or feeling or seeing or experiencing it, it is somewhere in my personal field of Truth. So this is either going to take place or it did take place in a realm of collective experience which I'm feeling means its only a matter of time before we encounter it in some way. I do not believe it should manifest in our 3D, I believe more that we shall go to 'meet it' which is what the first passageway tells me.....that we are going through it to get somewhere, where we will find ''others'' who will then personally escort us to the 'next' place which is not something we could have safely or comfortably done, or could do without their help.
    What this lucid dream means I do not know. It could be the process of ascension revealed? Ascension has been my prayer for decades, but I never knew what it could look like. This dream gave me some clues. I do not know what caused us to be free floating in the passageway, but that is where I remember the dream beginning. I have hope in this one.


    blessings of upliftment,
    Lady of the Woods
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Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Georgia B on December 06, 2011, 10:11:41 AM
   Isn't this the same process as described on the Andromeda Council Site?
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Jimfarmer on December 06, 2011, 05:00:43 PM
   Isn't this the same process as described on the Andromeda Council Site?

I don't know.  Link, please?
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Georgia B on December 06, 2011, 09:25:34 PM
  The site I mentioned is:  http://www.andromedacouncil.com/
I would be interested in your comments about the content.  I wondered if this experience is related to Ascension.

  Also, another question.  Why do some people remember their dreams in vivid detail and others, like me, rarely
remember only vague scenes and only for a short period of time. Usually now I am only aware that I did dream.
 
 During a period of some difficult changes in my life, I did dream a lot and remembered them well.  Sometimes I would
 have recurring dreams of specific places or events, like a serial on tv. Some of those were not pleasant but an occasional one was.
  Interesting topic.
Thanks.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Jimfarmer on December 07, 2011, 09:51:52 AM
  The site I mentioned is:  http://www.andromedacouncil.com/ (http://www.andromedacouncil.com/)
I would be interested in your comments about the content.  I wondered if this experience is related to Ascension.

Hi Georgia B,

I don't see anything in the home page of the Andromeda site that is similar to the dreams.  Is there something more in the other pages?

This from the Andromeda site is contrary to current knowledge about the position of the solar system relative to the equatorial plane of the galaxy:
" Earth's solar system and planet Earth are about to cross into the galactic equatorial plane zone of the Milky Way galaxy. "

Well, perhaps it depends on how thick that zone is.  See http://planetxtownhall.com/index.php?topic=1963.msg25387#msg25387 (http://planetxtownhall.com/index.php?topic=1963.msg25387#msg25387)

The A site home page also uses some technical words in nonsensical ways, for example " 4D, the fourth dimension/density reality, the vibratory rate one frequency faster than currently on Earth".  My comments: 1) dimensions and densities are not the same thing;  2) "one frequency faster" is nonsensical; it appears to be an attempt to communicate a technical concept to readers who might not have any knowledge  of elementary physics (sound, light, radio, etc.)

The fact that the Andromedans specify narrow date ranges for events arouses suspicions.  Many prophesies and forecasts that specified specific times or narrow time intervals have proven to be incorrect; the whole process seems to have been delayed and/or slowed.  That even applies to the Zetas who publish weekly updates.

Regarding ascension,  yes, that is what they are talking about.  There are several different versions in books and Internet sites of what that will entail.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: inselemel on January 22, 2012, 02:47:32 AM
Hi, very weird and horrible dream last night. I am not sure what country the dream took place in but i felt it was Eastern Europe. There was a couple in the dream who i felt to be American with a teenage daughter and they were trying to get this other teenager (female) out of the country by use of a false passport, i didn't see anyone's face that clearly but the two teenage girls looked very very similar and actually looked like twins (so i don't understand that bit how 1 was the couple's daughter and the other wasn't) anyway. 1 girl went with the couple and the other had to go to another border passport control (the weird thing was i think the actual daughter went to the other passport control - but not sure) anyway the mother went back to look for the other girl and she went through a few vennels and all she could see were police and army type people and then turned the next corner and all (I) she heard was people shouting "Pogrom, Pogrom, Pogrom" with a sort of drum roll in the middle 3 beats if that means anything and then i woke up.

"A pogrom (Russian: погро́м) is a form of violent riot, a mob attack directed against a minority group, and characterized by killings and destruction of their homes and properties, businesses, and religious centres. It originally and still typically refers to 19th- and 20th-century attacks on Jews, particularly in the Russian Empire." as per Wikipedia

I knew at the time what a pogrom was and that's when i went"Oh, S**t" and woke up. The dream felt now in modern times, so i hope we do not have any more ethnic cleansings in Eastern Europe.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 23, 2012, 09:02:45 AM
Mel, those  dreams are chilling, aren't they? They seem like a warning... Perhaps, it is tuning in to some person or groups thoughts.
I am sure there are still people who would want to do this type of "cleansing."
I remember reading once about skinheads in Germany who burned a huge housing building filled with Moslem immigrants.
The Jews have been kicked out of their homes and had everything  taken away from them on multiple occasions. A lot of people know about what happened to the Ashkenazi Jews (European) but not about the Sephardic experience. Well this post was too long, shortened it.
Thanks for sharing your dream,
Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: inselemel on January 23, 2012, 10:56:24 AM
Thanks for the reply, i wasn't aware of the Sephardic  atrocities, there have been so many against the Jewish people including an edict by Edward I of England (the Hammer of the Scots - the baddie in Braveheart) who evicted all Jews from England. Disgusting. I looked up if there were any ethnic tensions in Eastern Europe there were a few, one in Bulgaria re the Roma. Quite disturbing (aren't they all on this subject) http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,,15424978,00.html
"Bulgarians have been taking to the streets for several days to voice their anger at the country's large Roma minority, after 19-year-old Angel Petrov was run over by members of a Roma family in Katunica, 160 kilometers (100 miles) east of the capital, Sofia, last Friday."

This was in September but hostilities have been building up for a few years "Young people in particular have been very vocal with racist and nationalist slogans like "turn Gypsies into soap" and "all Gypsies out," with at least 400 people being arrested as a result."

Although i think it could be anywhere in Eastern Europe, against the Jews, Moslems or the Roma (gypsies) although the teenagers in my dream were not veiled.  I hope none of that stuff returns again but unfortunately history has a way of repeating itself, and if there are shortages, lack of social order etc people will take their anger out on who they want.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 24, 2012, 07:56:14 AM
Thanks for the reply, I wasn't aware of the Sephardic  atrocities, there have been so many against the Jewish people including an edict by Edward I of England (the Hammer of the Scots - the baddie in Braveheart) who evicted all Jews from England. Disgusting. I looked up if there were any ethnic tensions in Eastern Europe there were a few, one in Bulgaria re the Roma. Quite disturbing (aren't they all on this subject) http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,,15424978,00.html
"Bulgarians have been taking to the streets for several days to voice their anger at the country's large Roma minority, after 19-year-old Angel Petrov was run over by members of a Roma family in Katunica, 160 kilometers (100 miles) east of the capital, Sofia, last Friday."

This was in September but hostilities have been building up for a few years "Young people in particular have been very vocal with racist and nationalist slogans like "turn Gypsies into soap" and "all Gypsies out," with at least 400 people being arrested as a result."

Although i think it could be anywhere in Eastern Europe, against the Jews, Moslems or the Roma (gypsies) although the teenagers in my dream were not veiled.  I hope none of that stuff returns again but unfortunately history has a way of repeating itself, and if there are shortages, lack of social order etc people will take their anger out on who they want.

Mel, I appreciate your sharing your dream and your thoughts about all this injustice. Yes there have been terrible actions against Roma gypsies and moslems as well as the Jews, of course...
The Jews which were kicked out or unempowered in England were Ashkenazi.
The Jews which much later arrived in England and the English were civilized to take them in when they fled the Inquisition -  those were Sephardim from Spain, Portugal etc. Some ended up in Holland then the New world many settling in canada and what later became New york.
It is pretty surprising to see such stuff from the younger generations but after all they could be reincarnated Nazis for all we know... or maybe a connection with the Bosnian Serb Army which committed genocide against the Moslem Bosnians...
You would think Humankind could just evolve along a straight line and be enlightened, but no it's not that simple...
I personally am still learning a lot. I hadn't know about the Roma genocide  under Hitler, not until about 2004 when I was doing some genealogical research.

(Melungeons of America, some of which have roots with Roma, Sephardic and Moslem peoples fleeing the old world way back in the 1500s... Sir Francis Drake, himself of Sephardic ancestry, and protected by good Queen Bess, scooped up a bunch of Sephardic Jews and Moslem turks, to get them away from the spanish Inquisition and dropped them in the new world, America long before the Protestant Pilgrims.  Many iintermarried with the Native Americans... Many people descended from the Melungeons are in the American south today and they don't have clue one about their ancestry, thinking they are Irish or Black Dutch etc.  ;D Truth is stranger than fiction... oh well novellete again.
Not everyone agres Drake did this... I feel in my soul  this is true...

Roma in WWII
(http://fcit.usf.edu/holocaust/gifs2/74705.gif)

http://fcit.usf.edu/holocaust/gifs2/74705.gif

(https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-43Md_yw8xL0/TYjzJda2VEI/AAAAAAAAATI/RKP9E8uFFhQ/%25231gypsies.gif)

Sephardic explusion
 (http://www.richardsilverstein.com/tikun_olam/images/hesperion_sephardic_diaspora_album_cover.jpg)

http://www.richardsilverstein.com/tikun_olam/images/hesperion_sephardic_diaspora_album_cover.jpg

A Sephardic woman in Morocco:
 
(http://jewishwebindex.com/Sephardic%20-%20Jewish%20women.jpg)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: inselemel on January 24, 2012, 02:43:09 PM
Thanks Barb, for the info and your insight.
 "You would think Humankind could just evolve along a straight line and be enlightened, but no it's not that simple..." No it's not. unfortunately i suppose it's the duality of Planet Earth, positive and negative, bullies and underdogs (e.g. China & Tibet) , but hopefully as i see it anyway, the underdogs will get their day or should i say eternity. "The Meek shall inherit the Earth"  ;D and all that, well maybe the next dimensional Earth anyway. 

Thanks for the info. ;)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 24, 2012, 06:57:09 PM
Thanks Barb, for the info and your insight.
 "You would think Humankind could just evolve along a straight line and be enlightened, but no it's not that simple..." No it's not. unfortunately i suppose it's the duality of Planet Earth, positive and negative, bullies and underdogs (e.g. China & Tibet) , but hopefully as i see it anyway, the underdogs will get their day or should i say eternity. "The Meek shall inherit the Earth"  ;D and all that, well maybe the next dimensional Earth anyway. 

Thanks for the info. ;)

I like to think that's true...keep up the good thoughts,
 :)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Schi-502 on February 18, 2012, 10:55:26 AM
Saturday morning...
My dream...
  I'm with people I care about but couldn't connect with, awareness wise.  We are in a house structure when a roar and a rumble shake the dwelling and sends me running for the door.  As I exit, pleading with the "others" to follow, I look back and I have just emerged from a travel trailer.  Parked in an open area with miles of visibility I see the cause of the noise and vibration.  Missiles reentering the atmosphere and impacting all around me.  I can see them coming down.  I can see them impacting the mountains and hills around me.  I feel every impact.  I can smell sulfur and suffer smoke.  I am aware that these are man made objects and not space rocks.
I plead with the people in the trailer to follow me.  I continue to move away from the trailer in an effort to "lead" them away.  And then it receives a direct hit.  Every one is gone.
  I awake with a start and realize it was only a dream.  It took minutes for my heart to stop pounding.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: enlightenme on February 18, 2012, 01:10:44 PM
Saturday morning...
My dream...
  I'm with people I care about but couldn't connect with, awareness wise.  We are in a house structure when a roar and a rumble shake the dwelling and sends me running for the door.  As I exit, pleading with the "others" to follow, I look back and I have just emerged from a travel trailer.  Parked in an open area with miles of visibility I see the cause of the noise and vibration.  Missiles reentering the atmosphere and impacting all around me.  I can see them coming down.  I can see them impacting the mountains and hills around me.  I feel every impact.  I can smell sulfur and suffer smoke.  I am aware that these are man made objects and not space rocks.
I plead with the people in the trailer to follow me.  I continue to move away from the trailer in an effort to "lead" them away.  And then it receives a direct hit.  Every one is gone.
  I awake with a start and realize it was only a dream.  It took minutes for my heart to stop pounding.

Eek,  I hate those dreams that are so real that you wake up with your heart pounding!  I certainly hope this one is not some type of a glimpse into the future.  Don't you just hate it when people don't listen when you know you're right about something?? 
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on February 18, 2012, 02:42:43 PM
Saturday morning...
My dream...
  I'm with people I care about but couldn't connect with, awareness wise.  We are in a house structure when a roar and a rumble shake the dwelling and sends me running for the door.  As I exit, pleading with the "others" to follow, I look back and I have just emerged from a travel trailer.  Parked in an open area with miles of visibility I see the cause of the noise and vibration.  Missiles reentering the atmosphere and impacting all around me.  I can see them coming down.  I can see them impacting the mountains and hills around me.  I feel every impact.  I can smell sulfur and suffer smoke.  I am aware that these are man made objects and not space rocks.
I plead with the people in the trailer to follow me.  I continue to move away from the trailer in an effort to "lead" them away.  And then it receives a direct hit.  Every one is gone.
  I awake with a start and realize it was only a dream.  It took minutes for my heart to stop pounding.

Thanks for sharing your dream, wow that doesn't sound like much fun...and so real...
I feel this must mean something,
Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on February 24, 2012, 08:53:45 AM
Last night was the first full night of sleep I've had in a long, long time.  The only dream I remember is that someone was going to announce something and the first one there got the prize.  Right before the announcement, I was locked in a room, which I quickly got out of, and they had already chosen the "winner" at the same time they announced it.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Hammerhead on February 25, 2012, 05:58:16 AM
Had an interesting dream last night I'd like to share. I'm not sure if it was our moon or another moon, but it was completely different. It was looming large on the horizon and all the craters were different. It was as though the moon had rotated and we were now seeing what used to be the dark side. The familiar craters, the "Man in the Moon" all replaced with smaller more numerous craters. Needless to say everyone around me was FREAKING OUT!

Thanks for reading and commenting...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on February 25, 2012, 01:43:05 PM
OMG, Chaunska, what a nightmare!!!  That one would just about make me sick, I can certainly relate to waking up in a panic!!  Here's to hoping for a few nights of pleasant dreams to compensate for that one...

Sometimes I wake up and am so very relieved to find out that was just a dream...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on March 03, 2012, 06:52:37 AM
Last night I awoke a couple times and was overtired...when i awoke about 0815 again I was aware I had been dreaming on and one for a long time.
I can only remember it in bits and pieces...
Elements of the dream:
There are a lot of people in the dream, crowds. There is some event which is supposed to be fun and important at the same time.
At some point highly ritualised. The exchange of gifts at the exact time...
Food is involved...There was some market where they were donating and giving away some type of flatbread. They sold a chopped special salad on flatbread like crabmeat etc. Someone doing a spiel on the loudspeaker about the chopped salad on flatbread.
Chocolate cake.
Lots of parents and children. There are gifts, food and gatherings of people... A lot of them were in one big park it goes from around late afternoon to way late at night. Something is wrong though there is an undercurrent of uneasiness perhaps it was me, my mind struggling to put together something but it was more like perhaps tapping into some event.
I am wondering what the event is - Mardis Gras is over.
There are school busses and city busses .... something happens and people are needing to get home... Once I saw myself with a girl leaning on my shoulder she looked like she was dying as a matter of fact. A young teen. At one point I am talking to a bus drivier to help someone, let them on the bus...another time I am driving a yellow school bus. It was dark, not completely chaotic but it was confusing...I don't know it may be future...
I do know ther ewas chaos and death the past couple of nights from tornados ...no tornad in dream but at one point there was a bunch of busses at the big park...I was saying "The 49 will get you home.'
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on March 04, 2012, 07:00:18 AM
Early yesterday morning I had this dream:  I was with a group of people whom I seemed to know well, and we were all talking together.  Then for some reason we started sorting out a whole bunch of cats, figuring out which ones to keep and which ones we did not want.  They were not newborn kittens, my impression is that they were young.  Then a man in the group said, well, maybe you may want to leave the room because I am now going to kill the cats.  (He was going to drown them in a water barrel.)  I somehow had not realized they would be killed and I was shocked, and jumped up and left the room.  This woke me up at 5:20 am, and I was so upset I could not get back to sleep.  The dream was very realistic, and I felt like the people and the place was quite familiar to me, like I lived there or something, but I did not recognize anyone from this lifetime.  I would love to have ideas from others what this dream may mean.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on March 04, 2012, 07:33:55 AM
Last night I dreamed a hawk came down and picked up my white cat.  This was my cat that I have in real life.  I yelled at the hawk to "Let her go!"  I ran after the hawk and it dropped my cat.  I picked up my cat and she had a large slash in her and I kept thinking her spleen had been cut in two.  However, she didn't act like anything was wrong, no pain, and there was no blood.  It was like a very clean incision inside her.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on March 04, 2012, 10:20:43 AM
Scales, thank you very much, that does resonate with me, I knew that somehow separating the cats into "keep" and "discard" was a message of sorts, but was not connecting the dots on it being spiritual knowledge, I thought it might be indicative of people, separating sto from sts or something like that, and that the sts would not survive, and that only those people who were spiritually advanced would.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on March 04, 2012, 08:35:14 PM
At this point I am wanting to have a lot more clarity to my dreams...
It seems the darkness and chaotic nature of my dreams are an indication of actual events to come. It could be clearer though...
Any more dreams anyone? Awaiting to hear what is happening with everyone else again...in the dream universe.
- Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on March 05, 2012, 10:31:26 AM
Well Barb, I have been posting on here with you since dec 07, albeit with a little hiatus mixed in.
  To me, where I work is a family, where I live in a community is a family and where I post is a family.
   In this family, you are the matriachal bus driver. I maintain my loyalty to this site because it feels like a "town hall"....an actual representation of "real" people, an accurate cross-section of folks. I see people opening their hearts and divulging their true feelings and emotions.... Sharing their dreams, it's a hardworking group ernestly searching for truth, and willing to risk ridicule or having already suffered this already.
   The mass of information here is quite substantial and frankly, it's almost impossible to weed through. People underestimate how sites like this effect the invisible human psyche, these sites are now a substantial part of humanity and every day life. It's a new type of family.

   The third decan of Aries is Driver. It is a person with reddish-brown hair. Of the 13 articulating joints in the human body, the head (or neck joint) is 13. Aries is the body part of the head. There can be headaches. This decan drives the herd with a rod. They are very adept with finance and can be quite intuitive. I know you have your experiences and consider you quite intuitive. It is one the 3 decans which employ the 64 arts. These include communications and intuition.

 [Scales post  continues]

Scales there is so much depth and so much to get out of your posts, so thanks.
I just want to say, for anyone reading:
 (I) am not a third Decan Aries, I am a second Decan Aries...
Birthday April the 7th.
Well I need a nap...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on March 06, 2012, 08:34:02 AM
Re-posting this, too many edits.

I had a very confusing dream...was dreaming when I got woke up.  Not sure I can really reconstruct it. Sometimes I post them and gradually remember more dream elements.
I was (as I gradually figured out) in Africa.
Water was at a premium in some sort of outpost for Europeans and Americans. The area was peaceful. I saw my youngest daughter there and at least one of her two boys.
I just remember the one grandson, hanging up his toothbrush on a nail. He had on white swim trunks. Our toothbrushes we kept by a water faucet outside. Each toothbrush had a little loop of heavy orange thread.
It seemed I had some sort of vehicle like a jeep with a plastic bucket in the back seat. White pieces of cloth and white clothes. An African girl I never saw before reached her arm in through the window, and methodically dumped a small scoop of soap powder and then poured water into it... I objected - not understanding what was happening. My behavior was offensive. I said, "I wasn't going to wash that! I was going to sort it and put some in recycling." etc.
My youngest daughter was mad at me (for being a rude jerk to the locals) and a couple African girls sort of wandered away from me... I realized I was way in the wrong but I had been very disoriented and not ready for a stranger to be doing something with my stuff. I didn't know where I was. I was being ungracious to people who were very calm, peaceful and doing what they were supposed to do. I don't know if I was able to make up for my rudeness in the dream...
I didn't realize I was in Africa until later when I saw what looked like a small person but it was a small figurine of a woman, near where the water was.  I walked around a bit and saw a blonde woman and her husband in the back of a flatbed truck. They were lying down in soapy water, in their clothes. Their heads were above water... I didn't have a clue what they were doing but they seemed to know.
Well talk about your oddball dreams...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on March 06, 2012, 08:55:46 AM
Well I found one dream element in a dream moods dictionary. Bucket

To see or carry a bucket in your dream indicates an improvement in your current situation. If the bucket is filled, then it signifies abundance, love and wealth. If the bucket is empty, then it signifies that you will overcome some loss or conflict.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on March 07, 2012, 07:06:57 AM
Had a sort of bad dream last night, dreamt I was underground in a passage with many chain link dividers with gates which once you entered them, you could not go back.  And I got stuck and the passage was going to flood with water.  There were some kids on the other side who could let me out but they would not do so.  Really bothered me, and when I woke up, and then went back to sleep, I was still in the dream.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on March 07, 2012, 07:18:40 AM
Yowbarb:  You have the most interesting dreams, can't wait to see what Scales says about this one.

On this one who knows... It seemed so real. But I already had a jeep and dirty laundry so how could I just find out I was in Africa. Maybe I was tuning into someone else's universe. Or maybe it was just my tortured mind downloading for the day... some dreams are like that.
 ;D  Not sure where it would "download" to, of course...maybe into the ether from whence it came, hehe.
- Yowbarb   
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on March 07, 2012, 07:37:18 AM
Had a sort of bad dream last night, dreamt I was underground in a passage with many chain link dividers with gates which once you entered them, you could not go back.  And I got stuck and the passage was going to flood with water.  There were some kids on the other side who could let me out but they would not do so.  Really bothered me, and when I woke up, and then went back to sleep, I was still in the dream.


Endtimesgal_2012 I hear that...
It seems with the intense dreams, in the rare case I do have an opportunity to go back to sleep I am smack dab in the same dream again...
That alone leads me to believe the dream is significant.
Well I am not so much into interpreting other people's dreams... In the next post will put a bit more about what I believe...
Take Care,
Yowbarb

Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on March 07, 2012, 07:52:52 AM
My main frame of reference is:
1)   Some people can have dreams which are
      precognitive.

2)  Dreams can be clairvoyant,
     meaning there is an event going on in real time and the 
     dreamer is receiving some signals.

3)   Dreams can divulge information from the soul to the
      waking mind. (the person who is dreaming is, after all a
      soul with a body which is sleeping.)

I do not claim to know much about the symbology of the soul... or mind...

Have studied psychology perhaps one year and reject that.

Used to study literature and the arts and writen and painted... so symbolism is not foreign to me.

I have delved a bit into the spiritul realms and all I can say is it's a wide world out there and one does not want to participate in all of it.

Also not a bright idea to leave oneself wide open for all of "it" to participate in oneself.

That said, I think people can safely pray or ask Guides to help them see and understand things when they sleep, and to receive messages.

I could interpret, perhaps - I chose not to most of the time...if I do jump in and interpret I hint the Member's dream could be precognitive or clairvoyant. The reason for that is, I believe these are spiritual abilities we all have to one degree or another...

Could give it a shot but I don't usually interpret other people's dreams... At times I may have posted somethings from a  dream dictionary but as Scales said that is not necessarily a good source. Scales has dug deeply into symbolism and sources of info I have not... will be reading his Topic on it.

My basic deal:
I tend to see dreams (and have for a long time) as sources of information for the person in a waking state. I think perhaps I feel this way because when I was eleven years old in a dream my Grandma Vina's face appeared to me. She looked OK. Her bright blue eyes were so alive... she was smiling at me slightly.
She was my favorite person in the world. Grandma Vina said to me, "I'm getting old and things are going wrong with my body I may not be able to come see you like I like to do..." I  told Mother about my dream because she seemed to have a thing about dreams too and was willing to listen. She said a good time to tell a dream is before breakfast. So I told my dream then a letter arrived. Grandma had a stroke and was recovering. That was about 1955. We didn't see her that summer, I recall, but she recovered and was still camping up on her land she homesteaded by herself at age eighty ...she was coming to see us on a Greyhound bus 'til eighty. Dad brought us out to see here too of course.
She lived to age ninety-four... Had about three strokes, kept recovering...finally too much but 94 is not bad. Bless Her.

Anyway the point is, that dream experience at an early age opened up my eyes to a wider world...a world of more direct experience of reality where you don't necesarily have to wait for a snail mail letter to know what is happening or what already happened... 

- Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on March 08, 2012, 08:43:04 AM
Last night I dreamed a nuclear missile was on its way and I could have stopped it, but forgot to send the code until it was too late.  Nobody knew it was still on its way and I didn't want to tell anyone.  I thought maybe I could still stop it.  As it was landing, I knew it was too late.  So I got on the ground and covered my head.  It exploded and I thought, "I am annihilated".  Then I got up, realized not only was I still alive, but so was everyone else.  The only difference was whatever part of your body was actually exposed entirely to the explosion was no longer there.  One lady didn't have a body from her waist down, and I only had my head because it had been covered with my arm, (which I didn't have anymore).  But everyone acted like it was no big deal, like everything was just the same as always.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on March 08, 2012, 10:02:36 AM
Last night I dreamed a nuclear missile was on its way and I could have stopped it, but forgot to send the code until it was too late.  Nobody knew it was still on its way and I didn't want to tell anyone.  I thought maybe I could still stop it.  As it was landing, I knew it was too late.  So I got on the ground and covered my head.  It exploded and I thought, "I am annihilated".  Then I got up, realized not only was I still alive, but so was everyone else.  The only difference was whatever part of your body was actually exposed entirely to the explosion was no longer there.  One lady didn't have a body from her waist down, and I only had my head because it had been covered with my arm, (which I didn't have anymore).  But everyone acted like it was no big deal, like everything was just the same as always.

Thanks for sharing your dream. I wonder what that means about the bodies only part there....
I have had a few dreams about the dead...
Have had dreams a bit like that...I mean the part about I was responsible and things didn't work out... Very depressing.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on March 14, 2012, 01:23:07 PM
I will write about an experience I have been going through for a couple months.  It's not a dream, but I didn't know where else to put this.  There are times I have the strong sensation that I can see with my eyes closed.  It's like really being able to see the room, but with a white hazy, cloudy type atmosphere.

I didn't realize this was happening until a couple times I wanted to get something off my bedside stand, and did so perfectly, (because it was like I could see, even in the dark).  It was after the second time that I realize this happens to me often, although it is a new experience.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: enlightenme on March 14, 2012, 06:10:46 PM
Very interesting Steedy!  I think there's a lot of strange phenomenon going on.  I wouldn't know where else to put this either, but the other morning, my husband woke up, came downstairs as usual to get coffee and saw his deceased sister and dad in the living room as clear as day.  His dad said to him "It's time to go" and that was it.  And then they were gone.  I don't know what to think of that either!  Needless to say, he was pretty freaked out, he's worried it means it's his time to "pass on".  I don't think so...well, geez, atleast I hope not!  I'm thinking more like a warning that it's time to get moving to a safe location perhaps, but I really don't know what to make of it....
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: cbeyer64 on March 14, 2012, 06:58:47 PM
enlightenme,

That is an interesting story.  I wouldn't know what to make of it either.  I would take it as some kind of warning though.  Maybe they know of what is going to happen in the future and was trying to warn your husband.  I would take it as you said to move to a safer place, that maybe things will get chaotic.  I hope not, but I would definitely take it as a warning. 

Chandra
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on March 14, 2012, 08:19:52 PM
Wow!  I totally agree, time to make changes.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on March 15, 2012, 12:59:47 AM
Very interesting Steedy!  I think there's a lot of strange phenomenon going on.  I wouldn't know where else to put this either, but the other morning, my husband woke up, came downstairs as usual to get coffee and saw his deceased sister and dad in the living room as clear as day.  His dad said to him "It's time to go" and that was it.  And then they were gone.  I don't know what to think of that either!  Needless to say, he was pretty freaked out, he's worried it means it's his time to "pass on".  I don't think so...well, geez, atleast I hope not!  I'm thinking more like a warning that it's time to get moving to a safe location perhaps, but I really don't know what to make of it....


Wow! I hope he is not too freaked out about passing on because honestly I don't feel that is it.. I would take that as a definite warning...
I sort of thought you weren't in such a bad location but maybe time to get some underground shelter installed... Good Luck with your plans ...
Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: enlightenme on March 15, 2012, 04:32:10 AM
Very interesting Steedy!  I think there's a lot of strange phenomenon going on.  I wouldn't know where else to put this either, but the other morning, my husband woke up, came downstairs as usual to get coffee and saw his deceased sister and dad in the living room as clear as day.  His dad said to him "It's time to go" and that was it.  And then they were gone.  I don't know what to think of that either!  Needless to say, he was pretty freaked out, he's worried it means it's his time to "pass on".  I don't think so...well, geez, atleast I hope not!  I'm thinking more like a warning that it's time to get moving to a safe location perhaps, but I really don't know what to make of it....


Wow! I hope he is not too freaked out about passing on because honestly I don't feel that is it.. I would take that as a deinite warning...
I sort of thought you weren't in such a bad location but maybe time to get some underground shelter installed... Good Luck with your plans ...
Yowbarb

Yes, I definitely agree, it has to be more like a warning to get going, as in literally moving our location, or just getting together a better plan, I'm not sure.  Interesting though that you mentioned an underground shelter Barb, because since then we've been watching those Prepper shows and the Bunker one, and he's been talking about putting in an underground shelter (one of those storage containers that he could modify himself).  He's definitely becoming much more aware of things and the need to prepare.  Our current location is better than our last one, but still not the best.  We are still much too close to Philadelphia, in all reality.  We're still working on the secondary farm location much further northwest.  I'm sure hoping we still have enough time for all that is necessary.  Maybe his Dad and Sister will keep helping us?????  I sure hope so!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: inselemel on March 15, 2012, 06:18:09 AM
I also think that it is a warning 'time to go' as your plan B (the north west from PA) sounds good. I don't know about anyone else but i do feel a biggie is round the corner and i know that prophecies are not set in stone and all that and can be modified etc by collective consciousness but Nostradamus's
"The trembling of the earth at Mortara,
The tin islands of St. George half sunk;
Drowsy with peace, war will arise,
At Easter in the temple abysses opened."

which i previously posted last year http://planetxtownhall.com/index.php?topic=2132.0 as it could of been the Royal Wedding
i was wrong then  :-[ but if 2012 is the last year as life on earth as we know it, then maybe the one to hit UK is real soon as the above quatrain suggest 'half sunk' and 'Easter'. Well this may be our last 'Easter' (as we know it) since i started reading Nostradamus all those years ago this one quatrain has stuck in my head as it is to with UK, and after reading Edgar Cayce's prophecy re that the Europe will be changed in the twinkling of an eye (not exact words but you know which bit i mean) i personally think it will be a land mass that rises out of the Atlantic which if it is that powerful it may also hit the eastern seaboard of the USA. Or if those scientists are right that predicted the volcano on La Palma to go off and cause a mega tsunami.
 
Not trying to frighten people it's just that it makes sense to me that it's Easter 2012 or before with my personal belief as to just before Easter 2012.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on March 15, 2012, 08:11:40 AM
Very interesting Steedy!  I think there's a lot of strange phenomenon going on.  I wouldn't know where else to put this either, but the other morning, my husband woke up, came downstairs as usual to get coffee and saw his deceased sister and dad in the living room as clear as day.  His dad said to him "It's time to go" and that was it.  And then they were gone.  I don't know what to think of that either!  Needless to say, he was pretty freaked out, he's worried it means it's his time to "pass on".  I don't think so...well, geez, atleast I hope not!  I'm thinking more like a warning that it's time to get moving to a safe location perhaps, but I really don't know what to make of it....

Although it could be a warning to leave, I thought it was his Dad saying to the sister it's time for those two to go (disappear) since they were seen by your husband.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on March 15, 2012, 09:24:14 AM
I had a dream last night that I was choosing between two houses for myself.  One was a house in town which had a basement, which I would love to have, and the other one was a ranch style house with no basement in the country.  I wanted a root cellar or a basement because I would feel safer from solar flares, but in my waking life, I am in no position to purchase anything.  Don't know why I dreamt this.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: enlightenme on March 15, 2012, 11:07:11 AM
I had a dream last night that I was choosing between two houses for myself.  One was a house in town which had a basement, which I would love to have, and the other one was a ranch style house with no basement in the country.  I wanted a root cellar or a basement because I would feel safer from solar flares, but in my waking life, I am in no position to purchase anything.  Don't know why I dreamt this.

I think it's almost impossible to not be thinking about better survival places at this point, and the dilemnas of which is best.  And hey, who knows, maybe money won't be an issue at all after a little while, and we can all just choose what would best suit our needs based on what's still left standing??  Ah, who knows, guess will find out eventually....Personally a large root cellar sounds good to me (for protection from major solar flares, that is).
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on March 15, 2012, 11:17:01 AM
Very interesting Steedy!  I think there's a lot of strange phenomenon going on.  I wouldn't know where else to put this either, but the other morning, my husband woke up, came downstairs as usual to get coffee and saw his deceased sister and dad in the living room as clear as day.  His dad said to him "It's time to go" and that was it.  And then they were gone.  I don't know what to think of that either!  Needless to say, he was pretty freaked out, he's worried it means it's his time to "pass on".  I don't think so...well, geez, atleast I hope not!  I'm thinking more like a warning that it's time to get moving to a safe location perhaps, but I really don't know what to make of it....


Wow! I hope he is not too freaked out about passing on because honestly I don't feel that is it.. I would take that as a deinite warning...
I sort of thought you weren't in such a bad location but maybe time to get some underground shelter installed... Good Luck with your plans ...
Yowbarb

Yes, I definitely agree, it has to be more like a warning to get going, as in literally moving our location, or just getting together a better plan, I'm not sure.  Interesting though that you mentioned an underground shelter Barb, because since then we've been watching those Prepper shows and the Bunker one, and he's been talking about putting in an underground shelter (one of those storage containers that he could modify himself).  He's definitely becoming much more aware of things and the need to prepare.  Our current location is better than our last one, but still not the best.  We are still much too close to Philadelphia, in all reality.  We're still working on the secondary farm location much further northwest.  I'm sure hoping we still have enough time for all that is necessary.  Maybe his Dad and Sister will keep helping us?????  I sure hope so!

Enlightenme I feel you may have the right answer there...
and I really feel it is likely loved ones do try to hang out and help ...
I hope so. That would be a beautiful thing,
Well I missed the last Prepper show, have it recorded. I am interested in seeing that one too. Something other than a multi million dollar shelter to buy into...  :)
Something homemade that's the idea.  ;D
Best of luck, always,
Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on April 19, 2012, 07:22:52 AM
I had an unusual experience a couple nights ago.  It wasn't a dream, but I didn't know where to post it.  I woke up and saw a yellow light, kinda hazy like.  It had undefined edges and was slowly spining around.  I knew it was deep, like a tunnel.  I thought I was seeing things so I shut my eyes and opened them again and it started up again, but smaller and it went away.  It was very small, maybe the size of the tip of my pinkie finger.  It only lasted about 5 seconds or so.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on April 19, 2012, 07:57:21 AM
I had an unusual experience a couple nights ago.  It wasn't a dream, but I didn't know where to post it.  I woke up and saw a yellow light, kinda hazy like.  It had undefined edges and was slowly spining around.  I knew it was deep, like a tunnel.  I thought I was seeing things so I shut my eyes and opened them again and it started up again, but smaller and it went away.  It was very small, maybe the size of the tip of my pinkie finger.  It only lasted about 5 seconds or so.

Steedy thanks for posting this. It's OK to be here. Maybe we could start a Topic on unusual visual and auditory effects just before sleep, awakening or while wide awake....
A close relative of mine who is (as far as I am concerned an Indigo child)told me he gets unusual visual effects at times ...I think some of them were similar to yours. At times he hears like a trumpet in his ears... not real loud but trying to get his attention about something. he and I both get snatches of conversation sometimes a single word like yesterday a pistol shot and later "danger."  We may never know if it is clairvoyance, a spiritual experience of being warned...any way it is good to share these things.
Thanks,
Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on April 19, 2012, 08:06:50 AM
I've heard music in my ears before too.  And I'll hear a couple words in my head, if I get it quite enough, but it's never something as dramatic as "danger".
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on April 19, 2012, 10:17:47 AM
I've heard music in my ears before too.  And I'll hear a couple words in my head, if I get it quite enough, but it's never something as dramatic as "danger".

I don't normally get the word "danger" either... but I did after I heard a pistol shot ... This doesn't happen every day...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Carlie on April 22, 2012, 10:07:49 PM
Last night I dreamt that I was standing outside with a friend, looking at the stars.  I saw a star that was as bright as a planet, like Venus in the sky.  Then suddenly it disappeared.  I grabbed my friend's arm and said, "Wow - did you see that?  That star was so bright & it just disappeared!" We were both looking up in the sky to see if we could see it - then a HUGE spaceship flew over us.  It was not the typical round saucer, it was lit up, & it was moving very slowly.  We both fell to the ground, we were laying on the grass.  I looked at him at told him to get up & run, but neither of us could get up.  It was so frightening....
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: enlightenme on April 23, 2012, 04:40:07 AM
Last night I dreamt that I was standing outside with a friend, looking at the stars.  I saw a star that was as bright as a planet, like Venus in the sky.  Then suddenly it disappeared.  I grabbed my friend's arm and said, "Wow - did you see that?  That star was so bright & it just disappeared!" We were both looking up in the sky to see if we could see it - then a HUGE spaceship flew over us.  It was not the typical round saucer, it was lit up, & it was moving very slowly.  We both fell to the ground, we were laying on the grass.  I looked at him at told him to get up & run, but neither of us could get up.  It was so frightening....

Carlie, Wow, that does sound frightening!  I keep telling myself, that when I do finally see one of the "starships", that I'm going to embrace the moment and not be afraid.  (Notice I said when, not if, because I'm pretty sure it is going to happen sometime in the probably not so distant future, in my opinion anyway.)  But truth be told, I'm sure it's going to be quite a shock to the system...especially if they are huge, which I'm thinking they probably will be.  It will be very hard not to be scared to death!  Maybe the dream is trying to prepare you for a future scenario, so that you aren't as scared when and if it does happen?  Just a possible theory that came to mind....Thanks for sharing that dream with us.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on April 23, 2012, 07:40:40 AM
Saturday morning I had a dream about a huge red UFO that was flying very slowly over the trees.  It had lots of angular parts to it and reminded me of a bunch of Legos.  It also had a flat black area and it was pulling things up to it like car batteries and other small things like that.  It was putting them on the flat part. I wondered how something so huge could stay in the sky flying very, very slowly.  When I saw the car batteries, etc going up, I figured that's how it powers itself by stealing our stuff.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on April 23, 2012, 08:02:22 AM
Last night I dreamt that I was standing outside with a friend, looking at the stars.  I saw a star that was as bright as a planet, like Venus in the sky.  Then suddenly it disappeared.  I grabbed my friend's arm and said, "Wow - did you see that?  That star was so bright & it just disappeared!" We were both looking up in the sky to see if we could see it - then a HUGE spaceship flew over us.  It was not the typical round saucer, it was lit up, & it was moving very slowly.  We both fell to the ground, we were laying on the grass.  I looked at him at told him to get up & run, but neither of us could get up.  It was so frightening....

Carlie, welcome to the Town Hall.  :)
We apprecate your sharing your dream here. That does sound like it was scary...
- Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on April 23, 2012, 08:03:32 AM
Saturday morning I had a dream about a huge red UFO that was flying very slowly over the trees.  It had lots of angular parts to it and reminded me of a bunch of Legos.  It also had a flat black area and it was pulling things up to it like car batteries and other small things like that.  It was putting them on the flat part. I wondered how something so huge could stay in the sky flying very, very slowly.  When I saw the car batteries, etc going up, I figured that's how it powers itself by stealing our stuff.

Steedy that was an interesting dream...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Carlie on April 26, 2012, 06:52:06 AM
Thank you YowBarb.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on April 27, 2012, 06:33:58 PM
I am wondering if anyone here has dreams that repeat themselves.  I continue to dream about another life, during the present time that I seem to be living.  In this life I am still married to my children's father, but we live in a home next to a dairy farm.  The home is quite large, and our children are still at home.  In the dream, I am simply doing ordinary daily things, nothing exciting, but sometimes have martial disagreements, or problems with my kids, or we are redecorating the house, etc.  I have dreamt about this house so many times it is not funny.  Don't know why this is happening.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: enlightenme on April 27, 2012, 07:05:05 PM
I am wondering if anyone here has dreams that repeat themselves.  I continue to dream about another life, during the present time that I seem to be living.  In this life I am still married to my children's father, but we live in a home next to a dairy farm.  The home is quite large, and our children are still at home.  In the dream, I am simply doing ordinary daily things, nothing exciting, but sometimes have martial disagreements, or problems with my kids, or we are redecorating the house, etc.  I have dreamt about this house so many times it is not funny.  Don't know why this is happening.

I have had repeater type dreams in the past, though not in quite some time.  I also dream quite frequently about when my children were still young and at home with me.  This house in your dream, I don't suppose it's one you've actually been to (in real life, that is)?  I often dream about living in different houses.  Sometimes nice ones, but lots of times real crappy ones! Sometimes with my new hubby, and lots of times with my ex, when my kids were still little (those are usually more like nightmares!)  I'm afraid I can't really offer much in the way of insight on this...are you happy where you actually live now, or have you been thinking about buying a new house, or moving by chance?
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on April 28, 2012, 07:34:41 AM
Enlightenme:  I do not know the house, and I am not planning to move at present.  I have dreamt of this location over and over for many, many years. 
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: inselemel on April 28, 2012, 07:42:22 AM
I am not an expert whatsoever but maybe that lifetime is meaningful for this lifetime and the present (dunno why - which is not helpful, sorry) or you will move and this old house will be where you will move to and you will recognize it immediately when you see it - maybe its your safe house? Or something  along those lines! Sometimes when i do my oracle cards i get the 'Study' or the 'Do some research' and i don't know what i am supposed to study and ask my guides for help in what they are getting at and something usually crops up - it is how i found this site. I apologize if you do not believe in such stuff.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on April 28, 2012, 07:45:05 AM
Inselem:  Thank you for the suggestions, I will carefully consider them.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on April 28, 2012, 12:14:47 PM
I am wondering if anyone here has dreams that repeat themselves.  I continue to dream about another life, during the present time that I seem to be living.  In this life I am still married to my children's father, but we live in a home next to a dairy farm.  The home is quite large, and our children are still at home.  In the dream, I am simply doing ordinary daily things, nothing exciting, but sometimes have martial disagreements, or problems with my kids, or we are redecorating the house, etc.  I have dreamt about this house so many times it is not funny.  Don't know why this is happening.


Once in awhile I have had repeater dreams. I treasure them, and am not sure the significance. As with other phenomena I feel the experiences are telling me to wake up.. Or at times, perhaps to be cautious...
One dream after my mother passed was so beautiful. I could hear my mother's voice calling me. The manner of her calling me and the time period was from about 1947-49 and she sounds young and cheerful in the calling. It is a reminder also to set aside my old complaints and grievances and "issues," and to just feel the love and the joy...
I have a similar thing when my father pops into my dreams...

All The Best,
Barb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Carlie on April 28, 2012, 11:06:13 PM
I am wondering if anyone here has dreams that repeat themselves.  I continue to dream about another life, during the present time that I seem to be living.  In this life I am still married to my children's father, but we live in a home next to a dairy farm.  The home is quite large, and our children are still at home.  In the dream, I am simply doing ordinary daily things, nothing exciting, but sometimes have martial disagreements, or problems with my kids, or we are redecorating the house, etc.  I have dreamt about this house so many times it is not funny.  Don't know why this is happening.
Back in high school I used to dream night after night that I would go to the same place, and I would even remember the directions to get there.  Then I was so surprised when I went home after school with a new friend & it was her house I had been going to. 
Another dream I had when I was younger was that my family got together at this house out in the middle of nowhere, but I remembered the directions on the dirt roads right before we got there.   My brother, my cousins and I would go outside in the day & we would have a great time.  Then at night, when it was dark, I could see my cousins, one by one, die in that house.  It had a spiral staircase off to the side.  When day came those of us who were left went back outside and had a great time.  Then night time came, and my cousins were dying off again.  I opened up a bedroom door upstairs and I saw a mummy lying in bed.  The second I saw him I knew that there was a curse on that house, and anyone who entered it would die.  Memories of that dream scared me for years.
 Years later, the summer right after high school, I met a guy that I told my dream to.  He told me that one day I would come to that house & that I would know it and that I shouldn't go into it.  A couple of weeks later I went on a date for dinner with a new guy I had just met.  After dinner he drove me up towards Cheyenne Canyon.  That was a place where I had a great time in the past, I used to go hiking and also rock climbing with my brother & some of his friends.  But this was night time & it was dark.  The new guy looked up at the moon and said, "Oh, its a full moon.  I know some people who will be having a party up here tonight.  But these people are a little bit different.  I don't know if you can handle it."  I told him the directions to the house of my dreams off of the dirt road, and asked him if that was the house.  I also mentioned the spiral staircase inside to the left.  He said, "That isn't the main house, that is the house out in back.  How do you know about that place?  You must have been there."  I said no and that I didn't want to go, and that I wanted  to leave.  The scary part was that he didn't want to turn around.  At that point, I was going to make sure I didn't end up in that house no matter what.  So I opened up the door in his truck and I was going to jump out, even though it was moving.  At that point he finally decided to turn around. 
So yes, I think you will end up in your house sometime and you may even move there.  If you move there, I think it will be a very good place.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: enlightenme on April 29, 2012, 04:37:22 AM
Enlightenme:  I do not know the house, and I am not planning to move at present.  I have dreamt of this location over and over for many, many years.

Yes, I would say also, that I feel you will at some point in the future come in contact with that house, but exactly all what it means, I guess only time will tell.  I wish I had more insight on this for you, because I'm sure it must be something that you would probably be thinking of quite frequently.  I know it would bug me, and I would really want to find out where the house is and what the signifcance of it all is!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Aussie Leo on June 02, 2012, 08:53:36 PM
Woke up this morning at peace, but very confused at a dream I had last night...
In this dream I was seated at a table with others, maybe a dinner party, unclear about specifics...
I got the urge to stand up, and my girlfriend joined me (this is in it self strange as I am currently single). We both were lifted/levitated into air by "others", the scene then cut to us both being "dropped off" at our home where we rushed inside and started packing... Felt like the big one was on its way...
Then I woke up.

This is the first dream I have had in months, maybe a year. When I was young, I used to dream regularly, about future events, past lives and sometimes about anything non specific. Each time I dreamt about events that have or will occur I always see the dream from my own body, looking through my own eyes. This also occurred last night.

Not sure if it means anything, but as I very rarely dream nowdays, it felt strange, so thought I would share...

Leo
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: enlightenme on June 04, 2012, 08:19:52 AM
Leo, interesting dream for sure!  Pretty detailed, I don't seem to be dreaming as much lately as I used to either.  I'm not sure why that is.  Maybe it's so when we do, we can just focus on the most relevant ones though, you know?
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on June 05, 2012, 04:36:52 AM
I had a dream about a man who got elected president.  It's like it was in Syria, or some place like that, but I keep thinking Syria.  Anyway, everyone was happy he became president.  As soon as he got to his palace, he ordered images of himself set up everywhere.  He wanted to be able to see images of himself whereever he looked.  There was a symbol which represented him, kinda like the Swasticka kinda represents Hitler.  This symbol had letters.  I think it was an actual word in their language, but just looked like an 'I' on top and an 'M' and 'Z'.  That's the best way I can describe it. 

After he announced he wanted these images, (the symbol thing was OK too), nobody outside that country was glad anymore, and most of the citizens in his country started hating him.

When I woke up, all I could think of was this sorta sounds like what the antichrist will do.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on July 24, 2012, 03:38:41 PM
Last night I dreamed that I was at the North Pole and we were looking at the animals who live there and someone was talking about how it's getting harder for the animals to find fresh water and that they will be dying off because of that.  I asked, "Where do they get fresh water up here?"  I was told from the icebergs.  But, this person, (who I never saw but only heard), said the icebergs are leaving.  I asked, "Where are they going?"  I then saw the Earth from space and saw the icebergs going towards the South Pole.  (They were almost there already).  I was then told that we need a way to keep the icebergs in the North Pole.  I came up with an idea of a giant steel fence.  People laughed at me, but when they saw my drawings, then they thought it was a good idea and we started to build it.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: enlightenme on July 24, 2012, 04:26:10 PM
Excellent!  How cool is that?!!  :P
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on September 04, 2012, 11:02:28 AM
Last night I dreamed that I was at the North Pole and we were looking at the animals who live there and someone was talking about how it's getting harder for the animals to find fresh water and that they will be dying off because of that.  I asked, "Where do they get fresh water up here?"  I was told from the icebergs.  But, this person, (who I never saw but only heard), said the icebergs are leaving.  I asked, "Where are they going?"  I then saw the Earth from space and saw the icebergs going towards the South Pole.  (They were almost there already).  I was then told that we need a way to keep the icebergs in the North Pole.  I came up with an idea of a giant steel fence.  People laughed at me, but when they saw my drawings, then they thought it was a good idea and we started to build it.

Steedy, interesting! Not sure how I failed to acknowledge your dream...
Please keep posting...
Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on December 09, 2012, 06:00:26 PM
Not sure this goes here, but don't know where else to post it.

Last night I was almost totally asleep, you know that space where you have stopped thinking, are in the zone, and possibly in the first stage of sleep?  I was so relaxed, then suddenly, it was like I was looking at a turned off television, which suddenly came on.  Then from the bottom of the screen, scrolling upwards to fill the screen was a really bright picture of a silver and gray purse.  It was beautiful.  I suddenly became totally aware, even though my eyes were still closed.  I thought to myself, "Oh my God! What is going on?  Why am I seeing this strange sight?"  It lasted for possibly 30 seconds, maybe less, and then suddenly it blinked off, just like when you turn off your television.  I have no idea why I saw this, or what it meant, but I know it means something.  I then of course was so wide awake, and I asked my "friends" "Are you here to take me somewhere?  If so, I am ready."  Of course no response.  I then lay there mulling over the dream, trying to connect the dots.  I thought to myself, what does this purse represent?  I only use a purse when I am leaving the house and going somewhere.  I also keep important stuff, (wallet, car keys, checkbook, etc) in my purse.  I am wondering if my friends are trying to tell me that soon I am leaving here.  Ascension, pole shift, ????  I am open to suggestions.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on December 09, 2012, 07:00:59 PM
Not sure this goes here, but don't know where else to post it.

Last night I was almost totally asleep, you know that space where you have stopped thinking, are in the zone, and possibly in the first stage of sleep?  I was so relaxed, then suddenly, it was like I was looking at a turned off television, which suddenly came on.  Then from the bottom of the screen, scrolling upwards to fill the screen was a really bright picture of a silver and gray purse.  It was beautiful.  I suddenly became totally aware, even though my eyes were still closed.  I thought to myself, "Oh my God! What is going on?  Why am I seeing this strange sight?"  It lasted for possibly 30 seconds, maybe less, and then suddenly it blinked off, just like when you turn off your television.  I have no idea why I saw this, or what it meant, but I know it means something.  I then of course was so wide awake, and I asked my "friends" "Are you here to take me somewhere?  If so, I am ready."  Of course no response.  I then lay there mulling over the dream, trying to connect the dots.  I thought to myself, what does this purse represent?  I only use a purse when I am leaving the house and going somewhere.  I also keep important stuff, (wallet, car keys, checkbook, etc) in my purse.  I am wondering if my friends are trying to tell me that soon I am leaving here.  Ascension, pole shift, ????  I am open to suggestions.

Endtimesgal, I can't be sure what your dream means but to me, it seems like a good dream.
"...If you find a purse, then it represents a renewed sense of self."
Also, even though the silver and the purse might represent an increase in wealth, it seems spiritual too...
All The Best,
Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on December 10, 2012, 07:26:31 AM
After meditating on the dream, I believe it is a "reminder" or "warning" that I am going to be leaving here soon.  I do not know if it is by death, ascension, or disaster, but I think they are giving me a "heads up."
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: enlightenme on December 10, 2012, 08:29:47 AM
Not sure this goes here, but don't know where else to post it.

Last night I was almost totally asleep, you know that space where you have stopped thinking, are in the zone, and possibly in the first stage of sleep?  I was so relaxed, then suddenly, it was like I was looking at a turned off television, which suddenly came on.  Then from the bottom of the screen, scrolling upwards to fill the screen was a really bright picture of a silver and gray purse.  It was beautiful.  I suddenly became totally aware, even though my eyes were still closed.  I thought to myself, "Oh my God! What is going on?  Why am I seeing this strange sight?"  It lasted for possibly 30 seconds, maybe less, and then suddenly it blinked off, just like when you turn off your television.  I have no idea why I saw this, or what it meant, but I know it means something.  I then of course was so wide awake, and I asked my "friends" "Are you here to take me somewhere?  If so, I am ready."  Of course no response.  I then lay there mulling over the dream, trying to connect the dots.  I thought to myself, what does this purse represent?  I only use a purse when I am leaving the house and going somewhere.  I also keep important stuff, (wallet, car keys, checkbook, etc) in my purse.  I am wondering if my friends are trying to tell me that soon I am leaving here.  Ascension, pole shift, ????  I am open to suggestions.

Endtimesgal, I can't be sure what your dream means but to me, it seems like a good dream.
"...If you find a purse, then it represents a renewed sense of self."
Also, even though the silver and the purse might represent an increase in wealth, it seems spiritual too...
All The Best,
Yowbarb

Endtimesgal, To me the purse would seem to indicate going somewhere, or maybe you are going to be invited to go somewhere that you will need a new purse?  Sorry to be so simplistic with my response, but just my thoughts.  I would also start keeping my purse, with perhaps copies of important documents nearby at all times, just in case they might be needed for a bug-out scenario....I think your thoughts on a "heads up" could definitely be possible.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on December 10, 2012, 09:18:15 AM
Yes, that is how I interpeted it.  I only use my purse when I am going somewhere, and I keep important info in it, so I think that means I am being alerted to be prepared to go somewhere.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on December 18, 2012, 06:08:26 AM
Yes, that is how I interpeted it.  I only use my purse when I am going somewhere, and I keep important info in it, so I think that means I am being alerted to be prepared to go somewhere.

Thanks again Endtimesgal, for sharing your dream.
l am dreaming more again lately, more R.E.M. sleep waking up before the dream is compete but not remembering my dreams. All I recall is that what I am doing in the dreams and all the actions around me seem really, really significant at the time.
I wish I could remember whay it is so important. It seems like a form of "work," and seems a bit more positive lately...
- Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on December 18, 2012, 10:11:51 AM
Yowbarb:  Yes, I sometimes have that happen to me, and I am usually tired the next day, like I "worked" all night or was in some kind of huge classroom discussion or learning process.  I am reading in Delores Cannon's books that many of us are being taught at night by higher consciousness beings.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on December 20, 2012, 06:58:10 PM
Yowbarb:  Yes, I sometimes have that happen to me, and I am usually tired the next day, like I "worked" all night or was in some kind of huge classroom discussion or learning process.  I am reading in Delores Cannon's books that many of us are being taught at night by higher consciousness beings.

Yes it is like that like a learning process...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on August 01, 2013, 07:09:54 AM
Lately my dreams are just struggling along trying to get something done.
None of it seems to make sense. I suppose I am trying to complete something or remember something perhaps.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: NorthernRocket on August 02, 2013, 02:51:06 PM
I always dream I'm in an area that is always know to me, yet I have no clue where this area is, sort like back country away from any city, there is a river near by like flowing into a lake or lakes, perhaps yet to come in the future like I am placing pictures on a map of all the places and areas I've been too and explored, there's a cottage type places and trailers, I have this dream a lot, there many abandoned places around and many smaller lakes, joined by rivers swampy areas. like I'm seeing it in reverse but from a forward view. there is also a road that comes down a steep hill grade the road is important like I traveled this road often and others are familiar with this road pat of a focal point, and there a place around the top that's very important and there are others with me like a small group, across from this lake is a high hill that I walk up and around to get to the river that falls into the lake. all most like I lived there my whole life, sort like visiting where you grew up, that's the feeling I get from this place. Except when I travel up the river over the crest of a gully or hill I come to what's like a war zone or the aftermath, there's lots of smoke fire dis-trot people the ground is always up heaved rocks large chunks sticking out, the people frighten me there the act crazy nutty like there from a crazy ward. The people are like they been in a fire a collapsed building like there trying to live in this area still, from here I end up running across the ground like meadows treed areas and it's beautiful outside that's where it ends.     
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on August 03, 2013, 04:16:05 PM
I always dream I'm in an area that is always know to me, yet I have no clue where this area is, sort like back country away from any city, there is a river near by like flowing into a lake or lakes, perhaps yet to come in the future like I am placing pictures on a map of all the places and areas I've been too and explored, there's a cottage type places and trailers, I have this dream a lot, there many abandoned places around and many smaller lakes, joined by rivers swampy areas. like I'm seeing it in reverse but from a forward view. there is also a road that comes down a steep hill grade the road is important like I traveled this road often and others are familiar with this road pat of a focal point, and there a place around the top that's very important and there are others with me like a small group, across from this lake is a high hill that I walk up and around to get to the river that falls into the lake. all most like I lived there my whole life, sort like visiting where you grew up, that's the feeling I get from this place. Except when I travel up the river over the crest of a gully or hill I come to what's like a war zone or the aftermath, there's lots of smoke fire dis-trot people the ground is always up heaved rocks large chunks sticking out, the people frighten me there the act crazy nutty like there from a crazy ward. The people are like they been in a fire a collapsed building like there trying to live in this area still, from here I end up running across the ground like meadows treed areas and it's beautiful outside that's where it ends.     

NorthernRocket - wow -thanks for sharing your dream. To me, your post is very descriptive
and I can "see" the dream, too...
all The Best,
Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on December 17, 2013, 10:22:11 AM
A few nights ago I had a dream which I have for some reason not been able to forget.

I was standing at an intersection on a very busy street, waiting to cross the road.  I saw a car coming from my left going past me and the man inside had some kind of a rifle type weapon aimed out his window.  He looked directly at me but did not shoot me.  He stopped at the intersection for a red light, and another car pulled up beside him in the adjoining lane.  He was paying no attention to the gunman.  I saw that the gunman was going to shoot him.  I wanted to shout to warn the man about to be shot, but realized that if I did, I would be shot myself.  I looked around and there was no where to run and hide from him.  I felt paralyzed, not knowing what to do and it was as though time had stood still.  Then I woke up.  I could not get back to sleep for quite some time and when I did, I was back in the dream, trying to figure out how to warn the innocent man and also trying to figure out how to protect myself from harm at the same time.  I woke up the next morning totally exhausted and have not been able to get this dream out of my mind ever since.

My daughter suggested that maybe two timelines had crossed and that although the gunman looked directly at me, maybe he actually could not see me as I was in an alternate timeline.  I do not know if this is the case, but found it strange that the gunman had the gun pointed out the window directly at me and yet did not shoot me.  It was obvious to me he just wanted to shoot someone.

Strangely, the next day we had the Denver shooting.  Kind of odd timing.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 10, 2014, 06:24:17 PM
A few nights ago I had a dream which I have for some reason not been able to forget.

I was standing at an intersection on a very busy street, waiting to cross the road.  I saw a car coming from my left going past me and the man inside had some kind of a rifle type weapon aimed out his window.  He looked directly at me but did not shoot me.  He stopped at the intersection for a red light, and another car pulled up beside him in the adjoining lane.  He was paying no attention to the gunman.  I saw that the gunman was going to shoot him.  I wanted to shout to warn the man about to be shot, but realized that if I did, I would be shot myself.  I looked around and there was no where to run and hide from him.  I felt paralyzed, not knowing what to do and it was as though time had stood still.  Then I woke up.  I could not get back to sleep for quite some time and when I did, I was back in the dream, trying to figure out how to warn the innocent man and also trying to figure out how to protect myself from harm at the same time.  I woke up the next morning totally exhausted and have not been able to get this dream out of my mind ever since.

My daughter suggested that maybe two timelines had crossed and that although the gunman looked directly at me, maybe he actually could not see me as I was in an alternate timeline.  I do not know if this is the case, but found it strange that the gunman had the gun pointed out the window directly at me and yet did not shoot me.  It was obvious to me he just wanted to shoot someone.

Strangely, the next day we had the Denver shooting.  Kind of odd timing.



Endtimesgal,
for some reason I missed your post. Very interesting.
IMHO this was clairvoyance. I know there are a few different explanations, but - clairvoyance.
That, or a psychic tune-in to that criminal's mind.
I remember the first time my son exhibited what we feel is clairvoyance. It involved a crime. We were in Washington state.
I had something related ( I believe) to that same criminal, clairvoyance. I wasn't looking for that perception.
That popped into my awareness, out of the blue. Later, when we left the area entirely I read about the Green River killer.
As the crow flies, we were about 60 miles from his hunting grounds. There was one vivid clairvoyant experience and later on a vivid psychic dream with a spirit who I believed was one of his victims...A gentle being led me into the woods and showed me  site of a killing.
Well, I posted about that in the Clairvoyance Topic... There was more, a different criminal too...
It is my opinion I have helped my son tune out a bit... When he was in Florida he picked up on too much and so did I.

Back to your post that is pretty amazing and thanks for sharing...


Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: JKB on January 12, 2014, 12:49:50 PM
Wow.  I had the most disturbing dream this week that I just can't stop thinking about.  It was another one of those dreams that seemed like it went on all night long...  Basically, I "woke up" and I was in Prague and I had no idea how I got there.  Moreover, I wound up being taken care of by a Japanese family, which makes sense considering I lived in Japan for 18 months.  We had the hardest time communicating with each other but they were very nice people.  I spent most of the dream trying to figure out how I wound up there and what had happened, then finally, I just asked them, "How did I get here?"  They walked me to an old-fashioned rotary telephone and handed me the receiver.  I didn't say anything and as I put the phone to my ear, a man's voice said, "You wanted a job in the Obama Administration, didn't you?"  And, I woke up...
 
What the Hell????
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 13, 2014, 10:08:57 AM
Wow.  I had the most disturbing dream this week that I just can't stop thinking about.  It was another one of those dreams that seemed like it went on all night long...  Basically, I "woke up" and I was in Prague and I had no idea how I got there.  Moreover, I wound up being taken care of by a Japanese family, which makes sense considering I lived in Japan for 18 months.  We had the hardest time communicating with each other but they were very nice people.  I spent most of the dream trying to figure out how I wound up there and what had happened, then finally, I just asked them, "How did I get here?"  They walked me to an old-fashioned rotary telephone and handed me the receiver.  I didn't say anything and as I put the phone to my ear, a man's voice said, "You wanted a job in the Obama Administration, didn't you?"  And, I woke up...
 
What the Hell????

Whoa! I got goosebumps from that one.
What comes to mind is something positive but something you would never think was possible...
At any rate that area may be one of the safest zones...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on January 13, 2014, 10:52:37 AM
I also found this dream extremely interesting, and yes, a bit disturbing.  I feel that subconsciously I know the meaning, but consciously it eludes me.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on March 24, 2014, 12:21:59 PM
Just want to share a dream my sister had last weekend.  I got the information about this from my mother who is elderly and she was unable to provide a lot of detail and I have not talked to my sister yet, she is at work today.'

My sister was visiting one of my daughters.  (this daughter is also a contactee)  While sleeping in the guest bedroom she had a visitation by a very tall, extraterrestrial with large dark eyes, which were luminous, and did not blink, and whom my sister felt was a feminine presence.  This being, held my sister's hand, and showed her many things, and my sister felt she was actually there, experiencing these things.  Then the being told her that even though these things will happen, she, (my sister) was not to become fearful, angry or upset at what was happening.  She was to stay calm and tell herself that just because they were happening, it would not affect her. 

My sister told my mother it was a wonderful experience and she learned so much from what the being showed her, she was thrilled and was still trying to assimilate it all.

I of course cannot wait to get more information on this, and I am happy that my sister had this experience as she has had a fear of aliens, and did not want to ever have any contact with them.  Now she has, and maybe she will relax and realize they are our friends, and actually family.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: enlightenme on March 24, 2014, 04:16:10 PM
Interesting dream for sure!  You will have to let us know more about it after you talk to your sis.  ;D
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on March 24, 2014, 08:09:03 PM
Just want to share a dream my sister had last weekend.  I got the information about this from my mother who is elderly and she was unable to provide a lot of detail and I have not talked to my sister yet, she is at work today.'

My sister was visiting one of my daughters.  (this daughter is also a contactee)  While sleeping in the guest bedroom she had a visitation by a very tall, extraterrestrial with large dark eyes, which were luminous, and did not blink, and whom my sister felt was a feminine presence.  This being, held my sister's hand, and showed her many things, and my sister felt she was actually there, experiencing these things.  Then the being told her that even though these things will happen, she, (my sister) was not to become fearful, angry or upset at what was happening.  She was to stay calm and tell herself that just because they were happening, it would not affect her. 

My sister told my mother it was a wonderful experience and she learned so much from what the being showed her, she was thrilled and was still trying to assimilate it all.

I of course cannot wait to get more information on this, and I am happy that my sister had this experience as she has had a fear of aliens, and did not want to ever have any contact with them.  Now she has, and maybe she will relax and realize they are our friends, and actually family.
Endtimesgal, wow that is beautiful. I remember your mentioning a family member who had a fear of aliens and did not want to discuss these matters. Soon maybe you will find out what the  visitor told your sister. Maybe it has to do with major events on the way...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on March 28, 2014, 09:11:51 AM
Ok, here is the scoop:  They took here through a series of events, all the same but with different outcomes.  She was somewhere, and depending on what she decided to do, she was shown the outcome of her response to the situation.  Then she was shown how it affected every person whom her action or thought affected.  She was shown thoughts as well as actions have repercussions. 

Then they told her that life is like "the matrix" it is all created by ourselves and that we create our own reality.

Then they said that although many things are going to happen, she does not need to let it affect her, she should simply not respond or buy into it.

They also said that she asked to be allowed to incarnate into this lifetime and that it was supposed to be an enjoyable experience and if it was not it was because she created the circumstances by her decisions in life, and how she reacts to what others do.

I know this is a big vague in detail but she does not want the details told.  It was interesting to hear what she had to say.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on March 28, 2014, 09:18:11 AM
Ok, here is the scoop:  They took here through a series of events, all the same but with different outcomes.  She was somewhere, and depending on what she decided to do, she was shown the outcome of her response to the situation.  Then she was shown how it affected every person whom her action or thought affected.  She was shown thoughts as well as actions have repercussions. 

Then they told her that life is like "the matrix" it is all created by ourselves and that we create our own reality.

Then they said that although many things are going to happen, she does not need to let it affect her, she should simply not respond or buy into it.

They also said that she asked to be allowed to incarnate into this lifetime and that it was supposed to be an enjoyable experience and if it was not it was because she created the circumstances by her decisions in life, and how she reacts to what others do.

I know this is a big vague in detail but she does not want the details told.  It was interesting to hear what she had to say.

Endtimesgal - thanks so much for sharing more about the dream. Sounds like your daughter has deserved and received special guidance. That is amazing about the various outcomes. A lot of that lines up with my reality. There is no predestination. Our thoughts and actions affect where we will be or not...in harm's way or not...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on March 28, 2014, 10:35:54 AM
My daughter (the one who is a contactee) called me this morning and related a dream she had last night:

She was in the car and her husband was driving.  Suddenly she was impressed that they needed to drive off the road and into a field.  Her husband was also impressed at the same time.  He asked her, "should we actually drive into this field?"  And she said, "Yes, hurry!"

As they drove into the field, she saw a crowd of people and looking up, she saw a huge dark cloud whirling around, with small space ships coming out of the cloud, coming down to earth, and some ships going back up into the cloud.  She said she was so joyful, so excited, her heart was beating out of her chest.

They got out of the car and walked over to a group and then saw a being.  This is how he looked according to her description:  He was very short, and she said he looked like a gnome.  Sort of human like, but not entirely. 

One of them told her that they were appearing like that so as not to frighten people with the contact.  He asked if they looked ok.
My daughter said, "show me your hands."  When they did, the hands looked very human like.  And she said, "The thumbs are wrong."  She explained that although she does not remember how her alien friend's hands looked like exactly, she knew that their "thumb" does not look human, and that upset her.

Suddenly the alarm clock went off and her husband told her to get up.  She was upset that she was pulled out of this great dream, and she said it took her several moments to feel like she was totally back in this timeline.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on March 28, 2014, 05:16:16 PM
Endtimesgal:  WOW!!!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on March 28, 2014, 05:47:11 PM
ilinda:  I KNOW!!!!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on March 29, 2014, 11:31:48 AM
My daughter (the one who is a contactee) called me this morning and related a dream she had last night:

She was in the car and her husband was driving.  Suddenly she was impressed that they needed to drive off the road and into a field.  Her husband was also impressed at the same time.  He asked her, "should we actually drive into this field?"  And she said, "Yes, hurry!"

As they drove into the field, she saw a crowd of people and looking up, she saw a huge dark cloud whirling around, with small space ships coming out of the cloud, coming down to earth, and some ships going back up into the cloud.  She said she was so joyful, so excited, her heart was beating out of her chest.

They got out of the car and walked over to a group and then saw a being.  This is how he looked according to her description:  He was very short, and she said he looked like a gnome.  Sort of human like, but not entirely. 

One of them told her that they were appearing like that so as not to frighten people with the contact.  He asked if they looked ok.
My daughter said, "show me your hands."  When they did, the hands looked very human like.  And she said, "The thumbs are wrong."  She explained that although she does not remember how her alien friend's hands looked like exactly, she knew that their "thumb" does not look human, and that upset her.

Suddenly the alarm clock went off and her husband told her to get up.  She was upset that she was pulled out of this great dream, and she said it took her several moments to feel like she was totally back in this timeline.

Endtimesgal thanks so much for sharing this, your daughter's dream.  :)
There is so much meaning there and so much we can reflect upon from reading it.
- Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on March 29, 2014, 04:38:05 PM
Maybe someone can help me here.  I've been keeping a dream log since March, 1981, and over the years have learned what certain symbols mean, at least for me.  For example, when I'm driving in my car, it means I'm "moving/going down the highway of life", and for example, I might run out of gas, or keep going backward when I'm trying to move forward, etc., etc.  Occasionally I have a dream whose symbolism totally escapes me.

I occasionally have dreamed of my hair but am not sure what the hair symbolizes.  On March 25, I awoke early after a dream where I was with my older sister who in real life is 3 1/2 years older than I, but in the dream looked like about 3 years old, resembling the little girl in a family picture.  Our now-deceased Mom was there also.  In the dream I was asleep, then awoke in the dream and reached up with my right hand and felt my hair and was totally shocked, dumbfounded and angry to discover that someone had cut my hair during my sleep and it was horribly uneven, basically butchered, especially along the right neckline, so badly I'd have to have it cut all over.  (It resembled a haircut my mother-in-law had given me in real life years ago!)  Anyway, I was really angry that someone would do that w/o my permission and I told mom and even asked her "Who cut my hair?"  I then ran to my bed and found all the scraps and bunches of hair from the haircut all over my pillow.  Also I remember patting my sister on the head and saying something nice to her.
I then awoke.

I hope this doesn't mean someone has stolen some of my power.  I have noticed that my mother in some dreams is usually my mother, but that occasionally she represents an authority figure.
Ideas anyone?
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on March 29, 2014, 05:05:51 PM
Gosh, I am not always the best at interpreting dreams, but what comes to mind for me is this:

To me, my hair reflects my attitude about how I perceive myself and how I want to present myself to the world.  For instance, for years I wore my hair super duper short, sometimes shorter than my husband's hair.  I told everyone it was because it was quick and simple.  Then a couple of years ago I started letting it grow and now it is really long.  I recently realized that due to the fact that for most of my life I have had to be super strong, decisive, and in control, and this hairdo helped me subconsciously present a no-nonsense image.

Now I am definitely in control of my life, and I no longer have to prove anything to anyone, thus, the long hair which to me presents a softer, more feminine picture not only to others but to myself.

So I think that waking up to finding your hair hacked off (by an unseen  person) indicates a warning that your life is going to take a drastic change in some way.  In an unexpected manner, so this dream is your subconscious trying to prepare you for this change.

Your sister being small and your deceased mother being in the dream to me represents a time in your life when it was perhaps simpler and easier.  Also another indication that you are not expecting any drastic change, just as life was simpler long ago, you are pretty settled in things now and not anticipating a change.

I could be way off base, but that is what I se.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on March 29, 2014, 05:22:27 PM
Ok, shared your dream with my daughter and she thinks unbeknownst to you, someone has betrayed you in some way, and you will find out about it.  It could even be a layoff at work, someone could have complained about you to your employer, or something.  You will most likely realize what this is in a short period of time.  A week or two at the most.

So that is what she thinks.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on March 30, 2014, 05:40:33 PM
Thank you so much, Endtimesgal, both for your input, as well as that of your daughter.  Now I have more leads and hints about what it might mean.  It seemed important, and I document all my important dreams in the journal.
And past friction among the siblings was not an unusual occurrence, and could rear its head again.
Thanks again.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on April 02, 2014, 09:38:03 AM
Yowbarb:  Yes, I think that dream book is right on!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on April 07, 2014, 05:31:30 PM
Wasn't Marshall's "dream" experience with his mother, as reported in "It's Time to Bust a Move" incredible!?! 
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on April 07, 2014, 06:18:07 PM
Yes, it surely was awesome.  I saw my dad after he died, it was a big comfort to me.  And one of my sisters says my dad is going to school now and learning lots of good stuff.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: JKB on April 08, 2014, 07:08:37 AM
This one may take the prize for weird dreams that have nothing to do with a cataclysm...
 
Last night I dreamt I was hanging out with the band "Metallica."  (We have been listening to a lot of Metallica working on night crew.)  We were on like, their personal, tricked out, high speed train but we were traveling in a tunnel all night.  The members of the band were acting like I was their friend and part of their group but I was highly suspicious of their motives.  Simultaneously, I had an overwhelming feeling of inadequacy.  I mean, these guys have been at the apex of the music world for almost 30 years now.  There were beautiful women everywhere, (groupies) there were drugs of every kind you can imagine being used everywhere, and there was every kind of deviant behavior going on everywhere.  They kept telling me to chill out and do whatever I wanted.  I don't belong in the rock star world.
 
In addition to feeling intimidated and inadequate, I was very uncomfortable with all that was going on around me.  I wouldn't mind meeting Metallica, but I don't do drugs.  I don't cheat on my wife.  And, I'm certainly not into sexual deviancy.  Ultimately, they wrecked the train, on purpose I perceived.  Everywhere I went there was just fire and explosions and I was trying to get out.
 
I woke up and was like, WTF? ???
 
If you've never listened to Metallica, they came out with this pretty cool video recently...
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mlahvvymkxc (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mlahvvymkxc)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on April 08, 2014, 09:39:47 AM
JKB: The meaning to this dream is so obvious to me.  The group represents a large majority of our population today and their activities are what many aspire to or who think this is normal behavior. The dark tunnel the train travels through is a symbol that these people who live like that are living in darkness because their deeds are not of the light.   And your feelings of inadequacy are an indication that we know we do not fit in with their way of life, and due to their efforts to convince us that their actions are normal and that there is something wrong with us not joining in, has that effect on us.  Being on a fast train indicates that they are headed (to be doomed) and the fact that you felt so uncomfortable with them even with them encouraging you to join in, just shows how glaringly obvious it is that we are called to a higher purpose and are connected to Creator.  The train wreck at the end of the dream with fire and explosions shows how things end up and these kinds of people will be destroyed, and so will their way of life.  Take this dream as a confirmation of you and the path you are on, it is meant to be encouraging to you. It is a wonderful dream, you are lucky to have such obvious validation of who you are as a person.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: JKB on April 08, 2014, 11:02:18 AM
My gosh...  thank you for putting so much time and effort into your thoughtful response my friend...  One thing that didn't occur to me is that I have always enjoyed Metallica's music, because even my Mother admitted that they are magnificent musicians, but I always felt guilty for even listening to them.  They're not exactly celebrating the Light...  That has a lot to do with the way I was raised.  I'm still sorting that out.
 
Everything you said makes perfect sense to me, and thank you.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on April 08, 2014, 11:21:00 AM
Thanks, it was fun for me, very easy to see what it meant.  You have such a good heart, and I am so appreciative of your many contributions to this site.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on April 08, 2014, 05:02:49 PM
Yes, extremely interersting dream, JKB, and wow, Endtimesgal, what a great bunch of insight.  You did hit the nail on the head.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: admin on April 08, 2014, 06:17:46 PM
Hi JKB:

First off, thanks for sharing this incredible prophetic dream.  I am in agreement with Endtimesgal as to the spiritual meaning of it.  What I can add is further validation in a real world sense. 

YOU SAY:  "We were on like, their personal, tricked out, high speed train but we were traveling in a tunnel all night."
ANALYSIS: The elites have constructed DUMBs (Deep Underground Military Base) all around the globe.  They are very large areas about 2 miles underground and they are connected with an elaborate network of tunnels.  They use special high speed trains to travel in them.

YOU SAY:  ...there was every kind of deviant behavior going on everywhere.
ANALYSIS: This is common behavior for the elites. There are no taboos. Just pure hedonism.

YOU SAY: "Ultimately, they wrecked the train, on purpose I perceived.  Everywhere I went there was just fire and explosions and I was trying to get out."
ANALYSIS: What you actually saw was the result of a pole shift.  Several guides we've channeled tell us these DUMBs and their connecting tunnels will come apart and collapse.

What a lovely dream.  I kinda like it.

Cheers, Marshall

Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Cosmic Quest on April 08, 2014, 10:53:54 PM
About a year and a half ago I had a very vivid dream of being lifted up by someone and carried off.  My first thought was, "I'm going home."  The next instant I was flying over a city that reminded me of Berkeley, California.  The individual carrying me said, "Isn't it beautiful?"  I said, "Yes.  I've never seen it look so real."  Then I was sitting and facing the person who had spirited me off.  It was a man with a graying black beard.  He looked at me intently and said, "You're the Golden Man." 

Then he pointed his index finger at my heart area, and I felt something in me stir as if being activated.  At that point the dream broke and I woke up.  I marvelled at this experience and wondered if it had some spiritual meaning.  So, I did a Google search and was astonished to discover that "The Golden Man" is a story written by the late science fiction author, Philip K. Dick, who also wrote the story on which the blockbuster movie "Blade Runner" was based.  His picture looked just like the guy in my dream!   :o

"The Golden Man" is about a post-apocalyptic race of mutants who have precognitive psychic abilities.  The totalitarian government considers them a threat and is trying to wipe them out.  They especially want to get the Golden Man because he has the infuriating ability to always stay one step ahead of them.  The 2007 film "Next" with Nicolas Cage was based on this story.  Strangely enough, the "The Golden Man" was published the year I was born, 1954, and the opening scene is set in Walnut Creek, California, where I grew up.  Before this experience, I had no idea about Philip K. Dick other than maybe hearing his name, and I certainly had never read his stories or known any of their titles.  PKD also lived in Berkeley.

Today I was thinking about that dream and PKD again.  A bit later, I had a desire to do a search on ways to strengthen my simulacrum or subtle body.  Amazingly, one of the Google hits was to a digitized book by PKD called "I think I am" in which he used the concept of simulacra!  I am beginning to think that PKD is one of my spirit guides to help me now and in the aftertimes.
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Post by: ilinda on April 09, 2014, 05:21:36 AM
About a year and a half ago I had a very vivid dream of being lifted up by someone and carried off.  My first thought was, "I'm going home."  The next instant I was flying over a city that reminded me of Berkeley, California.  The individual carrying me said, "Isn't it beautiful?"  I said, "Yes.  I've never seen it look so real."  Then I was sitting and facing the person who had spirited me off.  It was a man with a graying black beard.  He looked at me intently and said, "You're the Golden Man." 

Then he pointed his index finger at my heart area, and I felt something in me stir as if being activated.  At that point the dream broke and I woke up.  I marvelled at this experience and wondered if it had some spiritual meaning.  So, I did a Google search and was astonished to discover that "The Golden Man" is a story written by the late science fiction author, Philip K. Dick, who also wrote the story on which the blockbuster movie "Blade Runner" was based.  His picture looked just like the guy in my dream!   :o

"The Golden Man" is about a post-apocalyptic race of mutants who have precognitive psychic abilities.  The totalitarian government considers them a threat and is trying to wipe them out.  They especially want to get the Golden Man because he has the infuriating ability to always stay one step ahead of them.  The 2007 film "Next" with Nicolas Cage was based on this story.  Strangely enough, the "The Golden Man" was published the year I was born, 1954, and the opening scene is set in Walnut Creek, California, where I grew up.  Before this experience, I had no idea about Philip K. Dick other than maybe hearing his name, and I certainly had never read his stories or known any of their titles.  PKD also lived in Berkeley.

Today I was thinking about that dream and PKD again.  A bit later, I had a desire to do a search on ways to strengthen my simulacrum or subtle body.  Amazingly, one of the Google hits was to a digitized book by PKD called "I think I am" in which he used the concept of simulacra!  I am beginning to think that PKD is one of my spirit guides to help me now and in the aftertimes.

What an absolutely incredible dream!  And isn't it interesting--the name you have chosen, COSMIC QUEST.

You certainly don't need advice with all of the things in your life that seem to be falling in place, but I'll throw this out there, that author and psychologist Tom Kenyon has a website in which he has posted many articles, many of which detail ways of strengthening, stimulating, and otherwise enhancing the various "parts" of our bodies, etheric bodies, subtle bodies, etc.   I think his website is www.tomkenyon.com but have sort of forgotten, as I receive his regular email updates which only come once every few months, so as not to overburden a person.

Now you have inspired me to find and watch NEXT, and get the book The Golden Man

Thanks so much for sharing!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on April 09, 2014, 08:28:56 AM
Totally awesome dream Cosmic Quest!  To add to what Ilinda had to say, Marshall just lent me a book titled:  "The Power of Auras", by Susan Shumsky.  It is a book about the subtle fields of energy.  It gives practical tips and techniques to teach you how to tap into your energy field for added clarity, peace of mind, and well being.  You wil learn to see or sense auras, develop spiritual self-defense and protection, increase power, balance, focus and clarity, heal and release dense vibrations, release attachments and addictions, cut psychic ties and cords, and a lot more.  It has been highly praised by many practitioners in the field of spiritual teachings.  I have just started reading it and I thought I knew quite a bit and this book is teaching me a whole lot I did not know.  And it is not complicated reading, very easy to comprehend.  I like it so much I am going to have to order my own copy.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on April 09, 2014, 07:11:25 PM
Cosmic Quest:  I read your dream to my daughter and she thinks you are a "spark" of Phillip K. Dick, or both of you are "sparked" from a real "Golden Man."  Somehow the two of you are connected. Many individuals can share a consciousness.  Many slivers of one consciousness living on different timelines or even the same timeline.

Or, maybe both of you are from the same soul group.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Jimfarmer on April 12, 2014, 06:24:27 AM
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I hope this does not mean someone is planning to assassinate them.

It quite likely might, because:

From http://www.earthfiles.com/ (http://www.earthfiles.com/)

April 3, 2014 - 41st Pres. Bill Clinton Talks Other Life in the Universe with Jimmy Kimmel.  Click for Real X-File about U. S. gov't. knowledge of ETs.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on April 30, 2014, 07:57:11 AM
These last two nights I've had unusual dreams.  Two nights ago I was warning people about getting inside and protecting themselves before some catastrophe hit.  It seemed like it was a bad storm coming.  Last night I dreamed of an old man with a white cat he was very attached to using a shed as his secure building.  He said it was in better shape than his house.  I thought unless the shed had been made using concrete blocks, I didn't know how it would be safer out there than in his house.  He had it fixed up in there for him and his cat.

I don't normally have dreams with the same theme night after night.  So, maybe a storm really is coming, or it's just something for me personally about preparing for a storm.  I don't know.  But yesterday when I woke up, the first thing I thought of was putting my dream on here, but I didn't have time to do that yesterday.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on April 30, 2014, 08:02:52 AM
I dream almost every night.  I don't remember everything in detail either.  Last night's dream I remember a lot about, but not so much about the previous night's dream.  That's just how it is sometimes.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on April 30, 2014, 09:40:06 AM
These last two nights I've had unusual dreams.  Two nights ago I was warning people about getting inside and protecting themselves before some catastrophe hit.  It seemed like it was a bad storm coming.  Last night I dreamed of an old man with a white cat he was very attached to using a shed as his secure building.  He said it was in better shape than his house.  I thought unless the shed had been made using concrete blocks, I didn't know how it would be safer out there than in his house.  He had it fixed up in there for him and his cat.

I don't normally have dreams with the same theme night after night.  So, maybe a storm really is coming, or it's just something for me personally about preparing for a storm.  I don't know.  But yesterday when I woke up, the first thing I thought of was putting my dream on here, but I didn't have time to do that yesterday.

There's been some gawd-awful storms this past three days and not over yet. About 36 people killed. Vilonia Arkansas looked like an atomic bomb hit... so maybe you were picking up on someone...Someone's desperate thoughts and preparations. People really care deeply also about trying to keep their pets safe... And/or you could be foreseeing a worse storm, even...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on April 30, 2014, 09:42:52 AM
steedy I just wanted to let U know, when I read your dream I got a definite picture and feeling about the old guy and his cat...

http://www.arkansasmatters.com/story/d/story/pets-lost-found-from-arkansas-tornado-outbreak/31785/kTWg-tTofEiHOa-t8qNZnA

LITTLE ROCK, AR - Along with their human companions, there are pets who have been displaced in the storm-ravaged areas of central Arkansas.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on April 30, 2014, 11:01:03 AM
What did he look like?  Could you also see his shed?  If you can describe it, I'll be officially freaked out!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on April 30, 2014, 02:42:27 PM
What did he look like?  Could you also see his shed?  If you can describe it, I'll be officially freaked out!

No - pretty vague...sometimes I don't know if it is my vivid imagination plugging something in - or if I am actually getting a look at the person... I think I saw a fellow who seemed more of a New Englander than a Mississippian. White haired, sturdy built plaid shirt...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on May 01, 2014, 07:27:44 AM
I would say he was sturdy built and he had white hair and a beard.  I'd guess he was from the Midwest really although I don't have an idea about that.  But you got a little glimpse of him.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on May 01, 2014, 10:00:40 AM
I would say he was sturdy built and he had white hair and a beard.  I'd guess he was from the Midwest really although I don't have an idea about that.  But you got a little glimpse of him.

Last night I realized it was a checkered - not a plaid shirt.
I feel I was getting a glimpse of someone perhaps in the final moments before the tornado hit.
He had done all he could and was calm.. I hope he made it...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on May 02, 2014, 12:44:35 PM
Last night I dreamed I was watching a man on TV baking bread.  I was baking with him (at home).  He put leeks and an entire head of cabbage in the loaf he was baking.  I thought that was way too much stuff, so I just added some leeks and onions and kept the cabbage out.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on May 03, 2014, 03:41:23 PM
Last night I dreamt I had a very small puppy, only a few weeks old. But he could talk and he had taught himself to read. I was complimenting him on learning to do so.  This has to be the strangest dream I have ever had.  I think this dream means something, but no idea what. 

I have been having a lot of really strange dreams lately, but none of them seem to make sense.  And I slept terrible last night, got up at 5 am, kept waking up all night long.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on May 03, 2014, 04:45:11 PM
Last night I dreamt I had a very small puppy, only a few weeks old. But he could talk and he had taught himself to read. I was complimenting him on learning to do so.  This has to be the strangest dream I have ever had.  I think this dream means something, but no idea what. 

I have been having a lot of really strange dreams lately, but none of them seem to make sense.  And I slept terrible last night, got up at 5 am, kept waking up all night long.

Endtimesgal - I'm sure there are several ways to interpret this - and I realize there is only one real meaning. I feel #1 is more significant. - Barb T.

This dream dictionary provides one way to look at this puppy dream.
#1 is Animals (talking) http://www.dreammoods.com/dreamdictionary/a3.htm

To dream that animals can talk represent superior knowledge. Its message is often some form of wisdom.  Alternatively, a talking animal denotes your potential to be all that you can be.

http://www.dreammoods.com/dreamdictionary/Puppy
...
#2 is puppy.
To see a puppy in your dream symbolizes your playfulness and carefree nature. It also refers to a blossoming friendship. If you are taking care of a puppy, then it means that you are reliable and trustworthy. Others can depend on you, especially during difficult times.

To see a litter of newborn puppies in your dream is indicative of the amount of time that an idea has been developing or will take to develop. Look to the number of puppies to give you that approximate amount of time.

Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Endtimesgal_2012 on May 03, 2014, 05:06:13 PM
Oh wow!  Thank you so much.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on May 04, 2014, 06:23:02 AM
 :)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on May 04, 2014, 03:48:48 PM
Last night I dreamt I had a very small puppy, only a few weeks old. But he could talk and he had taught himself to read. I was complimenting him on learning to do so.  This has to be the strangest dream I have ever had.  I think this dream means something, but no idea what. 

I have been having a lot of really strange dreams lately, but none of them seem to make sense.  And I slept terrible last night, got up at 5 am, kept waking up all night long.

I dreamed that my dog could talk too, but that was when I was a kid.  The first thing I thought of when I read your dream was that in the end times, the lion shall lay down with the lamb, and I think we will be able to communicate with animals better.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on May 04, 2014, 08:26:30 PM
Last night I dreamt I had a very small puppy, only a few weeks old. But he could talk and he had taught himself to read. I was complimenting him on learning to do so.  This has to be the strangest dream I have ever had.  I think this dream means something, but no idea what. 

I have been having a lot of really strange dreams lately, but none of them seem to make sense.  And I slept terrible last night, got up at 5 am, kept waking up all night long.

I dreamed that my dog could talk too, but that was when I was a kid.  The first thing I thought of when I read your dream was that in the end times, the lion shall lay down with the lamb, and I think we will be able to communicate with animals better.

Funny you should mention that. It seems to me there are some breakthroughs going on in communication between people and animals.
I do know my cats seem frustrated I cannot read their mind. They clearly send me thoughts...Sometimes I get it sometimes not.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on May 05, 2014, 02:32:29 PM
It will be great!  I can't wait to ask my cats some questions!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on May 05, 2014, 09:13:41 PM
It will be great!  I can't wait to ask my cats some questions!
I wonder what weird stuff they will come up with! Hehe.

(http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-uHECwY-qm2A/TkktV_2k1ZI/AAAAAAAAFkk/gTdl8Mb-BEU/s1600/scared_cat_face-12308.jpg)

http://funnyimagejokes.blogspot.com/2013/01/funny-cat-face.html


Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on May 20, 2014, 10:25:45 AM
Last night I had two dreams that I will share here.  In the first one, I discovered that I was living in a giant dome.  My friend and I got close to the top of it, which is how we found out.  The sky was yellow, and I said I liked blue skies better.  Then, slowly, these tiles which looked a little like glass started turning over at the top of the dome.  Then, the sky was blue.  It even had clouds floating by, but it was all fake.

In the second dream, I was in an old house that used to be the center of a small community that built up around it.  The other houses and buildings were built on property owned by the owners of the house.  But that community died off 100 years ago.  Anyway, I could see that there was some structure built on the roof, but when I went into the attic, I couldn't find a way to the roof.  I poked around and found a wall had been placed where the roof access used to be.  I got through that and onto the roof.  People were calling up to me not to go on the roof because it wasn't safe.  This house had been abandoned for a while.  But I went anyway. I got onto the roof and found that a dilapidated greenhouse was there.  It had fallen in on one side.  I liked it and thought it was a great idea to have built one there.  I wanted to buy the house and restore all of it, including the rooftop greenhouse.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on May 20, 2014, 11:20:46 AM
Last night I had two dreams that I will share here.  In the first one, I discovered that I was living in a giant dome.  My friend and I got close to the top of it, which is how we found out.  The sky was yellow, and I said I liked blue skies better.  Then, slowly, these tiles which looked a little like glass started turning over at the top of the dome.  Then, the sky was blue.  It even had clouds floating by, but it was all fake.

In the second dream, I was in an old house that used to be the center of a small community that built up around it.  The other houses and buildings were built on property owned by the owners of the house.  But that community died off 100 years ago.  Anyway, I could see that there was some structure built on the roof, but when I went into the attic, I couldn't find a way to the roof.  I poked around and found a wall had been placed where the roof access used to be.  I got through that and onto the roof.  People were calling up to me not to go on the roof because it wasn't safe.  This house had been abandoned for a while.  But I went anyway. I got onto the roof and found that a dilapidated greenhouse was there.  It had fallen in on one side.  I liked it and thought it was a great idea to have built one there.  I wanted to buy the house and restore all of it, including the rooftop greenhouse.

steedy - what a wonderful dream.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on May 29, 2014, 02:22:12 PM
Last night I dreamed that you could look inside a special globe and see what two professors called Middle Earth.  I didn't believe them and thought it was all a fake.  But they got on an elevator and went down.  They said it took 23 minutes to get there and once there, they had to get covered in something that looked like beige paint.  It was to protect them while their bodies adapted to being in Middle Earth.  Apparently, your body would change if you stayed down there long enough to adapt to the conditions. 

These professors were so thrilled by the place that they sent for their classes to come down too.  The professors had already decided to stay there permanently.  People were getting into the elevators to go down.  I didn't want to go because I thought it was a trick to get us to stay permanently too.  I remember looking down into Middle Earth and it was all black ironworks from the elevators clear to the bottom.  It was like a very tall tower that wasn't exactly straight.  You could see people walking around at the bottom too, but of course, they looked very tiny.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on July 20, 2014, 04:57:29 PM
Last night my dream was about a huge Japanese Beetle swarm all over New York.  It was only there and no place else.  You could hear them clicking and hitting each other in the air because there were millions of them flying around.  I thought that nobody in NY could possibly have a garden this year because of being taken over by them.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on July 20, 2014, 07:42:26 PM
Last night my dream was about a huge Japanese Beetle swarm all over New York.  It was only there and no place else.  You could hear them clicking and hitting each other in the air because there were millions of them flying around.  I thought that nobody in NY could possibly have a garden this year because of being taken over by them.

steedy -what a worrisome dream...My son told me he had a dream about this horrid little flying creatures and he could see their faces...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on July 30, 2014, 06:49:40 AM
Had an odd dream last night.  People were trying to pay for things using absolutely anything they could find.  There was one guy who kept sweeping everything people were using into a dust pan because nothing had value.  People were using everything from watches to grass clippings to pay for stuff, but all of it was worthless.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on July 30, 2014, 09:43:57 AM
Had an odd dream last night.  People were trying to pay for things using absolutely anything they could find.  There was one guy who kept sweeping everything people were using into a dust pan because nothing had value.  People were using everything from watches to grass clippings to pay for stuff, but all of it was worthless.

That's scary...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: admin on July 30, 2014, 10:03:07 AM
That's not scary.  That's the way it's going to be.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on July 30, 2014, 10:05:08 AM
That's not scary.  That's the way it's going to be.

Yep.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on July 30, 2014, 02:00:25 PM
That's not scary.  That's the way it's going to be.

I think so too.  It's even in the Bible that people will be throwing their gold and silver into the streets because it will be worthless and it will take a day's wages to buy bread!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on August 16, 2015, 02:17:14 PM
Shortly before waking up I had a dream. I wanted to resolve it so badly but got woke up from regular household and pet noises... There was a priest in the dream.
He was an honest person and behaved in an honest, down to earth manner.
I consulted him for some help. I am not sure the interaction but he was an OK person.
Not raised Catholic...normally would not consult a priest...
I looked up the meanings of Priest in the dream moods dictionary but no priest there. (The meaning for preacher I feel didn't apply to me.)
I looked it up in another reference and I don't feel this really applies to me either...
but I will heed it as a possible warning. I was not in love with the priest and he was not in love with me so I took that part of the reference out. I consulted him for deep spiritual reasons... I felt the meaning went beyond the warning but here it is:
...
http://efdreams.com/priest.html
Priest

To dream of a priest is a presage of a disease. To see him during the religious rite can be a sign of an imminent trouble and serious illness. To confess to a priest portends sorrow and grief. To see a priest in a dream is also a reminder of the imperfection of human nature.

The priest in my dream resembles this fellow,  Jesuit Father James Martin
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on August 17, 2015, 07:24:52 AM
Shortly before waking up I had a dream. I wanted to resolve it so badly but got woke up from regular household and pet noises... There was a priest in the dream.
He was an honest person and behaved in an honest, down to earth manner.
I consulted him for some help. I am not sure the interaction but he was an OK person.
Not raised Catholic...normally would not consult a priest...
I looked up the meanings of Priest in the dream moods dictionary but no priest there. (The meaning for preacher I feel didn't apply to me.)
I looked it up in another reference and I don't feel this really applies to me either...
but I will heed it as a possible warning. I was not in love with the priest and he was not in love with me so I took that part of the reference out. I consulted him for deep spiritual reasons... I felt the meaning went beyond the warning but here it is:
...
http://efdreams.com/priest.html
Priest

To dream of a priest is a presage of a disease. To see him during the religious rite can be a sign of an imminent trouble and serious illness. To confess to a priest portends sorrow and grief. To see a priest in a dream is also a reminder of the imperfection of human nature.

The priest in my dream resembles this fellow,  Jesuit Father James Martin
Do you think in this instance, the priest symbolized the current Pope?  After all, the current Pope is very different from all the popes I've ever read about!  He comes across as a humble, honest, caring person, and like you, I'm not a Roman Catholic and never have been, so there is no attachment on my part to Catholicism or any other religion.  Just a stray thought....
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on August 23, 2015, 11:46:57 AM
Shortly before waking up I had a dream. I wanted to resolve it so badly but got woke up from regular household and pet noises... There was a priest in the dream.
He was an honest person and behaved in an honest, down to earth manner.
I consulted him for some help. I am not sure the interaction but he was an OK person.
Not raised Catholic...normally would not consult a priest...
I looked up the meanings of Priest in the dream moods dictionary but no priest there. (The meaning for preacher I feel didn't apply to me.)
I looked it up in another reference and I don't feel this really applies to me either...
but I will heed it as a possible warning. I was not in love with the priest and he was not in love with me so I took that part of the reference out. I consulted him for deep spiritual reasons... I felt the meaning went beyond the warning but here it is:
...
http://efdreams.com/priest.html
Priest

To dream of a priest is a presage of a disease. To see him during the religious rite can be a sign of an imminent trouble and serious illness. To confess to a priest portends sorrow and grief. To see a priest in a dream is also a reminder of the imperfection of human nature.

The priest in my dream resembles this fellow,  Jesuit Father James Martin
Do you think in this instance, the priest symbolized the current Pope?  After all, the current Pope is very different from all the popes I've ever read about!  He comes across as a humble, honest, caring person, and like you, I'm not a Roman Catholic and never have been, so there is no attachment on my part to Catholicism or any other religion.  Just a stray thought....

ilinda, I agree with everything you have said about the current Pope. IMHO he deserves the title and I am grateful he is there. Papa.
The Priest in my dream was definitely an American. :) I may never know for sure what it meant I just felt it was significant...
- Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on August 23, 2015, 12:02:37 PM
Shortly before awaking I was speaking with, mainly listening to a woman. She appeared to be instructing me, in a very kind way. A young man was in the dream. He was quickly going out the door. I said to the women, "What is my brother's name?" She quickly replied Daxle (not sure the spelling) but then I woke up.
Cannot even find that name for a man except for a cool game character named DAXEL... Oh well... It seemed significant at the time.

http://windnstorm.deviantart.com/art/Daxel-Commission-81983203
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on August 23, 2015, 04:29:37 PM
Shortly before awaking I was speaking with, mainly listening to a woman. She appeared to be instructing me, in a very kind way. A young man was in the dream. He was quickly going out the door. I said to the women, "What is my brother's name?" She quickly replied Daxle (not sure the spelling) but then I woke up.
Cannot even find that name for a man except for a cool game character named DAXEL... Oh well... It seemed significant at the time.

http://windnstorm.deviantart.com/art/Daxel-Commission-81983203
Am sure it sounds like a dream with serious meaning.  But it's probably only you who can interpret.  Do you think the "brother" is a generalized "brother" as in my "brothers and sisters" of the world?  Or, does it refer to your brother you recently helped relocate to be nearer to you?    Does your biological brother do art, or "deviant art"?   Were you possibly asking his name, or do you think you were "testing" her?  So many questions.....
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on August 24, 2015, 12:33:04 AM
Shortly before awaking I was speaking with, mainly listening to a woman. She appeared to be instructing me, in a very kind way. A young man was in the dream. He was quickly going out the door. I said to the women, "What is my brother's name?" She quickly replied Daxle (not sure the spelling) but then I woke up.
Cannot even find that name for a man except for a cool game character named DAXEL... Oh well... It seemed significant at the time.

http://windnstorm.deviantart.com/art/Daxel-Commission-81983203

Am sure it sounds like a dream with serious meaning.  But it's probably only you who can interpret.  Do you think the "brother" is a generalized "brother" as in my "brothers and sisters" of the world?  Or, does it refer to your brother you recently helped relocate to be nearer to you?    Does your biological brother do art, or "deviant art"?   Were you possibly asking his name, or do you think you were "testing" her?  So many questions.....

ilinda, thanks for the feedback...I do feel the dream was significant...
No none of the brothers do this type of art, I only posted it because it seemed to be the only Daxel I could find. Couldn't find a Daxle. There is  Daxel and Dachsel..

A split second before I awoke she said Daxel... (That's what it sounded like.) My bro in the dream was a nice young man. Of course too young to be my actual brother he was about 19-20. I wasn't testing her, I had no doubt of her wisdom and she was trying to carefully explain something to me. Whatever it was. I hope I carried it with me. The only portion of the symbol "brother" in the dream dictionary which seemed to apply is this one: Brother also has religious implications and thus represents spiritual issues
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: david on August 31, 2015, 11:59:26 AM
5 years or so when I was working on understanding the Two Witnesses in Revelation.

 Sitting in a living room with a few people that did not seem to see what was going on. As I looked outside the sky became very dark and high winds. The door has been open the whole time. Then all at once one that was with me was sucked out the door way I screamed then ran after him. I found myself in the middle of a Tornado. The one that was suck out standing beside me and was looking as I was across the street at a Merry go Round. Being inside the Tornado I see things circle around me. I see on the merry go round two clowns operating the merry go round which caused the tornado that spins.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on September 06, 2015, 11:02:18 PM
5 years or so when I was working on understanding the Two Witnesses in Revelation.

 Sitting in a living room with a few people that did not seem to see what was going on. As I looked outside the sky became very dark and high winds. The door has been open the whole time. Then all at once one that was with me was sucked out the door way I screamed then ran after him. I found myself in the middle of a Tornado. The one that was suck out standing beside me and was looking as I was across the street at a Merry go Round. Being inside the Tornado I see things circle around me. I see on the merry go round two clowns operating the merry go round which caused the tornado that spins.

David, thanks for sharing your dream with us.
It's really interesting...
All The Best,
Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on September 08, 2015, 04:19:08 PM
5 years or so when I was working on understanding the Two Witnesses in Revelation.

 Sitting in a living room with a few people that did not seem to see what was going on. As I looked outside the sky became very dark and high winds. The door has been open the whole time. Then all at once one that was with me was sucked out the door way I screamed then ran after him. I found myself in the middle of a Tornado. The one that was suck out standing beside me and was looking as I was across the street at a Merry go Round. Being inside the Tornado I see things circle around me. I see on the merry go round two clowns operating the merry go round which caused the tornado that spins.
Have you pondered what the two clowns might symbolize?  And the Merry go Round?  Also, the tornado?  For the dream analyst, this would be fun!  But then it's your dream.  Thanks for posting.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on September 12, 2015, 01:04:09 AM
David's dream makes me think of bomb blasts...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on September 12, 2015, 12:13:39 PM
Coming back to and thinking about this dream. Re-posting:

I was up really late on Thursday night - restless. Finally wiped out about 3:30 AM and crashed out. After only being asleep a short while, I had a short intense dream. I was suddenly looking at a dark hallway with the color brown, brown door and a small light. I could barely make out a man's face there. [Edited: I forgot to mention he was brown-skinned so he blended in with the brown of the wooden door and hallway.] He opened the door a bit and looked at me. He said, "Hoah," which sounded like a native American word. The sound of his gentle voice and the accent sounded Native American. I got the definite feeling he was trying to (not) startle or frighten me, but too late it scared the heck out of me and I startled awake. Then I got the very strong sense of a presence outside my door. Again he was not trying to harm me but couldn't help being such a strong presence.
I got the feeling he was a tall man. He seemed like a very old spirit - it had been a long time since he walked with his physical body.
I had heard the word "hoah" in some Native American music selection but I couldn't find it online.
It was a spiritual visit, and although frightening I feel he was trying to help me.

Additional thought: The significance of the brown color may be referring to the brown peoples of Earth...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on September 13, 2015, 07:32:37 AM
Coming back to and thinking about this dream. Re-posting:

I was up really late on Thursday night - restless. Finally wiped out about 3:30 AM and crashed out. After only being asleep a short while, I had a short intense dream. I was suddenly looking at a dark hallway with the color brown, brown door and a small light. I could barely make out a man's face there. [Edited: I forgot to mention he was brown-skinned so he blended in with the brown of the wooden door and hallway.] He opened the door a bit and looked at me. He said, "Hoah," which sounded like a native American word. The sound of his gentle voice and the accent sounded Native American. I got the definite feeling he was trying to (not) startle or frighten me, but too late it scared the heck out of me and I startled awake. Then I got the very strong sense of a presence outside my door. Again he was not trying to harm me but couldn't help being such a strong presence.
I got the feeling he was a tall man. He seemed like a very old spirit - it had been a long time since he walked with his physical body.
I had heard the word "hoah" in some Native American music selection but I couldn't find it online.
It was a spiritual visit, and although frightening I feel he was trying to help me.

Additional thought: The significance of the brown color may be referring to the brown peoples of Earth...
Wow, Barb, you had a powerful "experience", and am not sure I'd call it a dream.  I hope he visits you again for more information, maybe when you are more rested.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on September 14, 2015, 01:01:31 AM
ilinda - that probably would be good if he visited again...
Maybe he has an idea what will happen in the future...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on September 17, 2015, 06:58:17 PM
I do have a vivid imagination but I feel some Native Americans reaching out to me...
In my mind...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on September 18, 2015, 04:44:06 PM
I do have a vivid imagination but I feel some Native Americans reaching out to me...
In my mind...
I'm with you 100%.  Here's a tidibit that happened to me:

About 5 years ago we visited a little "shop"/antique store situated high on a bluff overlooking the Missouri River.  Many very old items from the trading post days were there, including beads and items used in trading between white and Natives.  I could have spent more time there.  During one talk by the proprietor I noticed a small handmade bench and sat down on it, as it was in the open and not "protected" as some fragile antiques are.

Immediately upon sitting on the bench I felt an electrical charge/surge moving through my right arm.  The electrical charging sensation remained the entire time I sat on the bench.  I wondered who was trying to contact me, and what was the purpose?  Was I supposed to offer to buy it? 

Later when we left, we were in the car, and I decided to rest my eyes, and immediately up closing my eyes, I saw three Native American elders staring at me.  They were lined up and looking directly at me--the view was close enough for me to see from the waist up.  There was no mistaking their ethnicity, and I wondered what message they had?  I feel sure they wanted me to buy that bench, and I have vowed if time permits I want to revisit that shop/store and buy the bench.

So, perhaps if you meditate on your visitor returning to you and helping you learn what he has to offer, that he will do so.

Good luck!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on September 18, 2015, 06:47:20 PM
I do have a vivid imagination but I feel some Native Americans reaching out to me...
In my mind...
I'm with you 100%.  Here's a tidibit that happened to me:

About 5 years ago we visited a little "shop"/antique store situated high on a bluff overlooking the Missouri River.  Many very old items from the trading post days were there, including beads and items used in trading between white and Natives.  I could have spent more time there.  During one talk by the proprietor I noticed a small handmade bench and sat down on it, as it was in the open and not "protected" as some fragile antiques are.

Immediately upon sitting on the bench I felt an electrical charge/surge moving through my right arm.  The electrical charging sensation remained the entire time I sat on the bench.  I wondered who was trying to contact me, and what was the purpose?  Was I supposed to offer to buy it? 

Later when we left, we were in the car, and I decided to rest my eyes, and immediately up closing my eyes, I saw three Native American elders staring at me.  They were lined up and looking directly at me--the view was close enough for me to see from the waist up.  There was no mistaking their ethnicity, and I wondered what message they had?  I feel sure they wanted me to buy that bench, and I have vowed if time permits I want to revisit that shop/store and buy the bench.

So, perhaps if you meditate on your visitor returning to you and helping you learn what he has to offer, that he will do so.

Good luck!

ilinda - I really appreciate your reply and your sharing your spiritual experience here. It brought a few teardrops to my eyes. That is beautiful.
I feel every time I have asked for some Guidance, it has been provided and I could tap into that a lot more. Lately I have been realizing how many thousands upon thousands of Native Americans were killed off and perhaps many are still around here. Lots were killed or died of diseases brought by settlers, here in the southeastern US. was also, no doubt a lot of terrible things happen...Recently I read that the original main native group went extinct from white man's diseases, to be replaced by the Seminoles and there was a huge Seminole uprising. Some Native leaders such as Apaches were sent all the way to Florida by train to face "justice." My son experienced some really angry spiritual activity and finally figured out (and I did too ) that the place he was renting in was on top of a multitude of graves. Natives, priests...some restless spirits. He did the best he could to free up the spirits, white candles, bells etc.... He did free and cleanse the area a bit but there were some really stubborn angry ones and he just moved eventually. On the positive side, I honestly feel many just want to be remembered, the stories told and some want to warn us...of happenings to come. This is sort of long but all this has been on my mind some, lately... bt
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seminole_Wars https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seminole_Wars#/media/File:Seminole_War_in_Everglades.jpg

http://santafeselection.com/blog/author/maria/
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on October 22, 2015, 02:40:13 PM
Some of the weirdest dreams I have had were before a terrorist attack...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on October 22, 2015, 03:17:48 PM
Note from Yowbarb: This might be my fevered brain just cranking out nonsense. A fair amount of stress and nonsense lately.
Anyway here it is:
...
Deep REM, nightmares mostly some beautiful blue skies in part of it. Lots of people some gatherings...Boston area...likely something to do with labor unions or other social causes. I was a part of a big group of people chanting, swaying in unison, clapping, smiling. The skies were incredibly blue and a high energy day...I had some interactions with people, then suddenly a night mare image popped up two-three times and upon waking, a light brown female deer in an ER.
It was tossing its head and seemed to have trouble breathing out its nose. I said, "What's the matter does it have food in its nose?" No idea why I said that and, (I know) it's unusual for a deer to be in the ER.
Next thing I knew the deer was kneeling down in a little container, presumably to keep it stationary. I turned around and looked - suddenly newspaper was neatly and tightly wrapped around its head with paper tape. I was concerned, then horrified but thought maybe they have some reason to do that. Can it still breathe, etc. Saw that about four times including upon waking.
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Dream dictionary  http://www.dreammoods.com/
Deer

To see a deer in your dream symbolizes grace, compassion, gentleness, meekness and natural beauty. It has feminine qualities and may point to the feminine aspect within yourself. It also represents independence, alertness, and virility. Consider the symbol to be a pun for someone who is "dear" to you. Alternatively, the dream represents vulnerability and naivete. As a result, others may take advantage of you and your gullibility.

If the deer is black, then it means that you are not acknowledging or are rejecting the feminine qualities in you. You may not be in tune with your feminine side.

To dream that you hunt or kill a dear suggests that you are trying to suppress those feminine qualities.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on October 23, 2015, 04:03:01 PM
Note from Yowbarb: This might be my fevered brain just cranking out nonsense. A fair amount of stress and nonsense lately.
Anyway here it is:
...
Deep REM, nightmares mostly some beautiful blue skies in part of it. Lots of people some gatherings...Boston area...likely something to do with labor unions or other social causes. I was a part of a big group of people chanting, swaying in unison, clapping, smiling. The skies were incredibly blue and a high energy day...I had some interactions with people, then suddenly a night mare image popped up two-three times and upon waking, a light brown female deer in an ER.
It was tossing its head and seemed to have trouble breathing out its nose. I said, "What's the matter does it have food in its nose?" No idea why I said that and, (I know) it's unusual for a deer to be in the ER.
Next thing I knew the deer was kneeling down in a little container, presumably to keep it stationary. I turned around and looked - suddenly newspaper was neatly and tightly wrapped around its head with paper tape. I was concerned, then horrified but thought maybe they have some reason to do that. Can it still breathe, etc. Saw that about four times including upon waking.
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Dream dictionary  http://www.dreammoods.com/
Deer

To see a deer in your dream symbolizes grace, compassion, gentleness, meekness and natural beauty. It has feminine qualities and may point to the feminine aspect within yourself. It also represents independence, alertness, and virility. Consider the symbol to be a pun for someone who is "dear" to you. Alternatively, the dream represents vulnerability and naivete. As a result, others may take advantage of you and your gullibility.

If the deer is black, then it means that you are not acknowledging or are rejecting the feminine qualities in you. You may not be in tune with your feminine side.

To dream that you hunt or kill a dear suggests that you are trying to suppress those feminine qualities.
That was a powerful dream, or set of dreams, however you characterize it.  I know it's your dream, but in my own mind, I want to analyze it, as I try to analyze about every dream I hear about, often secretly, for fear of insulting the dreamer.

Another reason for my attachment to this dream of yours is that I very recently had a dream of a deer, and it was hours after I/we experienced a terrible, absolutely horrible deer incident that we couldn't help. 

Here on the farm, I was out with the doe goats for their 2-3 hour browse session, when suddenly out of nowhere a deer came running at breakneck speed towards us from across the field.  We (goats and I) were startled as it ran toward us, and then circled around us and ran toward our Rhino (a utility vehicle) and hubby said it looked inside the back of the Rhino, as if looking for a place to hide or go.  Then it continued on before anything else.  Now here is the oddest and most horrifying thing of all:  three of its legs were OK, but the right rear leg was nearly severed about midway and was just hanging by skin, so as it ran, the bottom half of the leg was flying out in all directions, hitting trees, and anything nearby, and a lot of blood was on her as well. (I was crying so hard I couldn't have been much help anyway.)

We called our neighbor/hunter to see if he could come put it out of its misery, but the injured doe was nowhere to be seen, so hunter left.  We figured either wild pigs or dogs were the culprit, as both will go for the legs to disable a deer.  If a deer was found sleeping, hogs could do that in a heartbeat.

Anyway, later that night I dreamed I saw that deer and she had gone into one of our goat sheds and she was nestling down into a wooden kayak-like thing that appeared to have been made just for her--it was a perfect fit.  She was nestled there, safe in her kayak, and safe in the shed.  Then I awoke.

I believe Doe came to me in the dream to tell me she was on her journey to the other side.  I still have trouble not crying when thinking about her.

Now, I see some similarities in our dreams--the container that was a good fit.  Makes you wonder why your deer was in an emergency room?  What was/is the emergency?  Very much to ponder for those who know the power of dreams.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on October 27, 2015, 10:51:42 PM
Note from Yowbarb: This might be my fevered brain just cranking out nonsense. A fair amount of stress and nonsense lately.
Anyway here it is:
...
Deep REM, nightmares mostly some beautiful blue skies in part of it. Lots of people some gatherings...Boston area...likely something to do with labor unions or other social causes. I was a part of a big group of people chanting, swaying in unison, clapping, smiling. The skies were incredibly blue and a high energy day...I had some interactions with people, then suddenly a night mare image popped up two-three times and upon waking, a light brown female deer in an ER.
It was tossing its head and seemed to have trouble breathing out its nose. I said, "What's the matter does it have food in its nose?" No idea why I said that and, (I know) it's unusual for a deer to be in the ER.
Next thing I knew the deer was kneeling down in a little container, presumably to keep it stationary. I turned around and looked - suddenly newspaper was neatly and tightly wrapped around its head with paper tape. I was concerned, then horrified but thought maybe they have some reason to do that. Can it still breathe, etc. Saw that about four times including upon waking.
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Dream dictionary  http://www.dreammoods.com/
Deer

To see a deer in your dream symbolizes grace, compassion, gentleness, meekness and natural beauty. It has feminine qualities and may point to the feminine aspect within yourself. It also represents independence, alertness, and virility. Consider the symbol to be a pun for someone who is "dear" to you. Alternatively, the dream represents vulnerability and naivete. As a result, others may take advantage of you and your gullibility.

If the deer is black, then it means that you are not acknowledging or are rejecting the feminine qualities in you. You may not be in tune with your feminine side.

To dream that you hunt or kill a dear suggests that you are trying to suppress those feminine qualities.
That was a powerful dream, or set of dreams, however you characterize it.  I know it's your dream, but in my own mind, I want to analyze it, as I try to analyze about every dream I hear about, often secretly, for fear of insulting the dreamer.

Another reason for my attachment to this dream of yours is that I very recently had a dream of a deer, and it was hours after I/we experienced a terrible, absolutely horrible deer incident that we couldn't help. 

Here on the farm, I was out with the doe goats for their 2-3 hour browse session, when suddenly out of nowhere a deer came running at breakneck speed towards us from across the field.  We (goats and I) were startled as it ran toward us, and then circled around us and ran toward our Rhino (a utility vehicle) and hubby said it looked inside the back of the Rhino, as if looking for a place to hide or go.  Then it continued on before anything else.  Now here is the oddest and most horrifying thing of all:  three of its legs were OK, but the right rear leg was nearly severed about midway and was just hanging by skin, so as it ran, the bottom half of the leg was flying out in all directions, hitting trees, and anything nearby, and a lot of blood was on her as well. (I was crying so hard I couldn't have been much help anyway.)

We called our neighbor/hunter to see if he could come put it out of its misery, but the injured doe was nowhere to be seen, so hunter left.  We figured either wild pigs or dogs were the culprit, as both will go for the legs to disable a deer.  If a deer was found sleeping, hogs could do that in a heartbeat.

Anyway, later that night I dreamed I saw that deer and she had gone into one of our goat sheds and she was nestling down into a wooden kayak-like thing that appeared to have been made just for her--it was a perfect fit.  She was nestled there, safe in her kayak, and safe in the shed.  Then I awoke.

I believe Doe came to me in the dream to tell me she was on her journey to the other side.  I still have trouble not crying when thinking about her.

Now, I see some similarities in our dreams--the container that was a good fit.  Makes you wonder why your deer was in an emergency room?  What was/is the emergency?  Very much to ponder for those who know the power of dreams.

ilinda - I very much appreciate your feedback on my dream.
I was wondering how long ago that happened with the injured doe and then your dream about her.
I'm pretty sure the dream of the deer is masking some horrible reality of a human event...Psychs call it "dream work."  Upon awakening the person sometimes only remembers a symbol or substitution of the actual dream, event.
It was so vivid though, seeing the deer it was right by me. Interesting that in my dream, as in yours it was kneeling down in a little container... I felt such a connection, such compassion... compassion is not a strong enough word...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on October 28, 2015, 08:54:48 PM
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Note from Yowbarb: This might be my fevered brain just cranking out nonsense. A fair amount of stress and nonsense lately.
Anyway here it is:
...
Deep REM, nightmares mostly some beautiful blue skies in part of it. Lots of people some gatherings...Boston area...likely something to do with labor unions or other social causes. I was a part of a big group of people chanting, swaying in unison, clapping, smiling. The skies were incredibly blue and a high energy day...I had some interactions with people, then suddenly a night mare image popped up two-three times and upon waking, a light brown female deer in an ER.
It was tossing its head and seemed to have trouble breathing out its nose. I said, "What's the matter does it have food in its nose?" No idea why I said that and, (I know) it's unusual for a deer to be in the ER.
Next thing I knew the deer was kneeling down in a little container, presumably to keep it stationary. I turned around and looked - suddenly newspaper was neatly and tightly wrapped around its head with paper tape. I was concerned, then horrified but thought maybe they have some reason to do that. Can it still breathe, etc. Saw that about four times including upon waking.
...........................................................................................
Dream dictionary  http://www.dreammoods.com/
Deer

To see a deer in your dream symbolizes grace, compassion, gentleness, meekness and natural beauty. It has feminine qualities and may point to the feminine aspect within yourself. It also represents independence, alertness, and virility. Consider the symbol to be a pun for someone who is "dear" to you. Alternatively, the dream represents vulnerability and naivete. As a result, others may take advantage of you and your gullibility.

If the deer is black, then it means that you are not acknowledging or are rejecting the feminine qualities in you. You may not be in tune with your feminine side.

To dream that you hunt or kill a dear suggests that you are trying to suppress those feminine qualities.
That was a powerful dream, or set of dreams, however you characterize it.  I know it's your dream, but in my own mind, I want to analyze it, as I try to analyze about every dream I hear about, often secretly, for fear of insulting the dreamer.

Another reason for my attachment to this dream of yours is that I very recently had a dream of a deer, and it was hours after I/we experienced a terrible, absolutely horrible deer incident that we couldn't help. 

Here on the farm, I was out with the doe goats for their 2-3 hour browse session, when suddenly out of nowhere a deer came running at breakneck speed towards us from across the field.  We (goats and I) were startled as it ran toward us, and then circled around us and ran toward our Rhino (a utility vehicle) and hubby said it looked inside the back of the Rhino, as if looking for a place to hide or go.  Then it continued on before anything else.  Now here is the oddest and most horrifying thing of all:  three of its legs were OK, but the right rear leg was nearly severed about midway and was just hanging by skin, so as it ran, the bottom half of the leg was flying out in all directions, hitting trees, and anything nearby, and a lot of blood was on her as well. (I was crying so hard I couldn't have been much help anyway.)

We called our neighbor/hunter to see if he could come put it out of its misery, but the injured doe was nowhere to be seen, so hunter left.  We figured either wild pigs or dogs were the culprit, as both will go for the legs to disable a deer.  If a deer was found sleeping, hogs could do that in a heartbeat.

Anyway, later that night I dreamed I saw that deer and she had gone into one of our goat sheds and she was nestling down into a wooden kayak-like thing that appeared to have been made just for her--it was a perfect fit.  She was nestled there, safe in her kayak, and safe in the shed.  Then I awoke.

I believe Doe came to me in the dream to tell me she was on her journey to the other side.  I still have trouble not crying when thinking about her.

Now, I see some similarities in our dreams--the container that was a good fit.  Makes you wonder why your deer was in an emergency room?  What was/is the emergency?  Very much to ponder for those who know the power of dreams.

ilinda I found this video very healing.  Since we both had deer experiences, in one way or another...although yours was more direct in the actual world...I hope this helps...This is for you:
...David Wolfe - Man Rescues Injured Baby Deer And Releases It Back To Mom  2:41

video link:  https://youtu.be/ga2TOCb4SKw

nonstopnewsuyr  Published on Oct 27, 2015
This man Rescues Injured Baby Deer And Releases It Back To Mom. Amazing!
David Wolfe
Footage by "honeysada"
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on December 31, 2015, 09:27:20 AM
Today, just before I woke up,
I had a vivid dream of a bomb detonating under water. It was beautiful light blue water and might have been the Caribbean or it might have been in that area in a huge swimming pool.
An agent guy detonated it in water to minimize the damage. I could actually  (feel) the detonation blast and see particles flying. It was very vivid. I thought "no one was killed," then thought, I don't see how that is possible...
Anyway I won't be forgetting that dream any time soon... after feeling that blast.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: enlightenme on December 31, 2015, 01:28:35 PM
Today, just before I woke up,
I had a vivid dream of a bomb detonating under water. It was beautiful light blue water and might have been the Caribbean or it might have been in that area in a huge swimming pool.
An agent guy detonated it in water to minimize the damage. I could actually  (feel) the detonation blast and see particles flying. It was very vivid. I thought "no one was killed," then thought, I don't see how that is possible...
Anyway I won't be forgetting that dream any time soon... after feeling that blast.

Barb, What a vivid dream!  I'm pretty sure that one would have had me waking up in a cold sweat!  Sure hope that isn't someone's reality somewhere....
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 01, 2016, 02:28:00 AM
Today, just before I woke up,
I had a vivid dream of a bomb detonating under water. It was beautiful light blue water and might have been the Caribbean or it might have been in that area in a huge swimming pool.
An agent guy detonated it in water to minimize the damage. I could actually  (feel) the detonation blast and see particles flying. It was very vivid. I thought "no one was killed," then thought, I don't see how that is possible...
Anyway I won't be forgetting that dream any time soon... after feeling that blast.

Barb, What a vivid dream!  I'm pretty sure that one would have had me waking up in a cold sweat!  Sure hope that isn't someone's reality somewhere....

Well when I get one of those it is so vivid - so I can't help but feel it is based upon some kind of reality. It could happen - but since I do not believe in predestination, to me it is sort of a computer printout of a possible reality a possible future somewhere... Other times I do feel it is reading someone's thoughts - somewhere. In this dream there was someone (the Agent) putting his life on the line to protect the nearby people from the blast... He was on to the situation. Whoever planted the bomb  - no data... I will be the first to admit it might not mean all that.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on January 01, 2016, 06:11:07 PM
Today, just before I woke up,
I had a vivid dream of a bomb detonating under water. It was beautiful light blue water and might have been the Caribbean or it might have been in that area in a huge swimming pool.
An agent guy detonated it in water to minimize the damage. I could actually  (feel) the detonation blast and see particles flying. It was very vivid. I thought "no one was killed," then thought, I don't see how that is possible...
Anyway I won't be forgetting that dream any time soon... after feeling that blast.

Barb, What a vivid dream!  I'm pretty sure that one would have had me waking up in a cold sweat!  Sure hope that isn't someone's reality somewhere....

Well when I get one of those it is so vivid - so I can't help but feel it is based upon some kind of reality. It could happen - but since I do not believe in predestination, to me it is sort of a computer printout of a possible reality a possible future somewhere... Other times I do feel it is reading someone's thoughts - somewhere. In this dream there was someone (the Agent) putting his life on the line to protect the nearby people from the blast... He was on to the situation. Whoever planted the bomb  - no data... I will be the first to admit it might not mean all that.
But you are right about those really vivid dreams.  They have always been more important and meaningful to me also, so perhaps time will show you its meaning.  Thanks for sharing.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 01, 2016, 10:27:22 PM
ilinda I will be very happy to find out this dream was meaningless. :)
Thanks for the ideas... :)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on January 06, 2016, 04:54:46 PM
Last night I had an unusual dream in which hubby was waiting with the body of his deceased father.  The body was temporarily laid out on a table in a room of our "house" (which only looked vaguely familiar).  After a day or so, it was decided to move the body outside, as the temperature was warmer inside the house.  Then I could see hubby sitting with his back to me, and sitting with his father's body, and waiting for the body to be picked up and buried.

Next scene was when the doctor came to fill out the paperwork, presumably death certificate, and the doctor, BTW, was smoking a cigarette.  I woke up.

Analysis:  hubby's father died about 20 years ago and was buried in a cemetery in St. Louis.  I am wondering if the dream is telling me his father is about to be buried again.  Buried, in the sense that a massive local earthquake or perhaps a tsunami in Gulf or Caribbean or Atlantic could literally bury St. Louis and a whole lot of other geography. 
Hubby sitting there waiting for it:  that's all a person could do anyway, even if he believed or thought it would happen, all he can do is wait.
"Getting warm" can often have the meaning of "getting closer...".

Just a few thoughts here for those who enjoy dream analysis.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 07, 2016, 10:26:18 PM
Last night I had an unusual dream in which hubby was waiting with the body of his deceased father.  The body was temporarily laid out on a table in a room of our "house" (which only looked vaguely familiar).  After a day or so, it was decided to move the body outside, as the temperature was warmer inside the house.  Then I could see hubby sitting with his back to me, and sitting with his father's body, and waiting for the body to be picked up and buried.

Next scene was when the doctor came to fill out the paperwork, presumably death certificate, and the doctor, BTW, was smoking a cigarette.  I woke up.

Analysis:  hubby's father died about 20 years ago and was buried in a cemetery in St. Louis.  I am wondering if the dream is telling me his father is about to be buried again.  Buried, in the sense that a massive local earthquake or perhaps a tsunami in Gulf or Caribbean or Atlantic could literally bury St. Louis and a whole lot of other geography. 
Hubby sitting there waiting for it:  that's all a person could do anyway, even if he believed or thought it would happen, all he can do is wait.
"Getting warm" can often have the meaning of "getting closer...".

Just a few thoughts here for those who enjoy dream analysis.

ilinda - thanks for sharing this dream and your analysis...
You may be onto something here...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on January 08, 2016, 09:59:57 AM
I had a dream a couple months ago that has stuck with me.  I was in a town, walking down a street when I suddenly saw a small, black missile hit some parked cars about 100 feet in front of me. It was a small explosion and people started running and screaming.  I was shocked, and just as I was thinking that I hadn't heard any plane, helicopters, or the fact that the missile itself was silent, another one hit the same spot.  I was going to run away too, but became aware of a presence which was responsible for the missiles.  I hid under a car.  It was like this presence was just a few soldiers, that were drone-like things, that were sent in to clean up a spot.  I could tell they were laughing and enjoying themselves.  I also knew that they could scan areas and find you by your heat signature.  I prayed they didn't scan the car.  I became aware that I only had 10 minutes to get out of there because they had placed a nuclear bomb where they first blew up the cars.  I ran out of town and up a hill.  I knew I wouldn't make it to where I was going in the 10 minutes, but I was trying.  It was like if I was elevated, I would be able to survive, but if I was in the valley, I wouldn't. 

The nuclear bomb went off and I was still running up the hill.  I didn't have a shock wave or anything like that, but I felt such intense heat that it was almost unbearable.  I even tried to get into a couple houses on the hill just to get out of that heat, but realized it would be just as hot in the house.  So I had to keep going uphill, even though it was so hot I thought my clothes would burn off me.

I finally got high enough that the heat was not bothering me anymore and I went to a cabin of a friend, but she had left.  I had previously made arrangements with her that if anything happened, I was going to her place.  You could tell she left in a hurry.  She had dishes in the sink, still in the dishwater.  She had all kinds of jars full of herbal treatments lined up on her countertop and I wondered why she left them if she took off so quickly, as if she was never coming back.  That was the end of the dream, but it has haunted me ever since.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on January 08, 2016, 04:46:40 PM
I had a dream a couple months ago that has stuck with me.  I was in a town, walking down a street when I suddenly saw a small, black missile hit some parked cars about 100 feet in front of me. It was a small explosion and people started running and screaming.  I was shocked, and just as I was thinking that I hadn't heard any plane, helicopters, or the fact that the missile itself was silent, another one hit the same spot.  I was going to run away too, but became aware of a presence which was responsible for the missiles.  I hid under a car.  It was like this presence was just a few soldiers, that were drone-like things, that were sent in to clean up a spot.  I could tell they were laughing and enjoying themselves.  I also knew that they could scan areas and find you by your heat signature.  I prayed they didn't scan the car.  I became aware that I only had 10 minutes to get out of there because they had placed a nuclear bomb where they first blew up the cars.  I ran out of town and up a hill.  I knew I wouldn't make it to where I was going in the 10 minutes, but I was trying.  It was like if I was elevated, I would be able to survive, but if I was in the valley, I wouldn't. 

The nuclear bomb went off and I was still running up the hill.  I didn't have a shock wave or anything like that, but I felt such intense heat that it was almost unbearable.  I even tried to get into a couple houses on the hill just to get out of that heat, but realized it would be just as hot in the house.  So I had to keep going uphill, even though it was so hot I thought my clothes would burn off me.

I finally got high enough that the heat was not bothering me anymore and I went to a cabin of a friend, but she had left.  I had previously made arrangements with her that if anything happened, I was going to her place.  You could tell she left in a hurry.  She had dishes in the sink, still in the dishwater.  She had all kinds of jars full of herbal treatments lined up on her countertop and I wondered why she left them if she took off so quickly, as if she was never coming back.  That was the end of the dream, but it has haunted me ever since.
Yes, very interesting and fascinating dream.  I'll ponder more on it, but for now, it seems like a positive dream for you, as if certain things happen in a certain sequence that enable you to end up in a safe space. 

In fact parts of it remind me of a "dream" an aware friend had a few months ago, which I posted somewhere on TH.  I'll find it and link to it, especially for the similarities.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 08, 2016, 08:20:12 PM
I had a dream a couple months ago that has stuck with me.  I was in a town, walking down a street when I suddenly saw a small, black missile hit some parked cars about 100 feet in front of me. It was a small explosion and people started running and screaming.  I was shocked, and just as I was thinking that I hadn't heard any plane, helicopters, or the fact that the missile itself was silent, another one hit the same spot.  I was going to run away too, but became aware of a presence which was responsible for the missiles.  I hid under a car.  It was like this presence was just a few soldiers, that were drone-like things, that were sent in to clean up a spot.  I could tell they were laughing and enjoying themselves.  I also knew that they could scan areas and find you by your heat signature.  I prayed they didn't scan the car.  I became aware that I only had 10 minutes to get out of there because they had placed a nuclear bomb where they first blew up the cars.  I ran out of town and up a hill.  I knew I wouldn't make it to where I was going in the 10 minutes, but I was trying.  It was like if I was elevated, I would be able to survive, but if I was in the valley, I wouldn't. 

The nuclear bomb went off and I was still running up the hill.  I didn't have a shock wave or anything like that, but I felt such intense heat that it was almost unbearable.  I even tried to get into a couple houses on the hill just to get out of that heat, but realized it would be just as hot in the house.  So I had to keep going uphill, even though it was so hot I thought my clothes would burn off me.

I finally got high enough that the heat was not bothering me anymore and I went to a cabin of a friend, but she had left.  I had previously made arrangements with her that if anything happened, I was going to her place.  You could tell she left in a hurry.  She had dishes in the sink, still in the dishwater.  She had all kinds of jars full of herbal treatments lined up on her countertop and I wondered why she left them if she took off so quickly, as if she was never coming back.  That was the end of the dream, but it has haunted me ever since.

steedy, wow thank you for posting your dream. That's one of those dreams I want to read and re-read...so realistic...Glad you made it to safety, apparently, in your dream.
Seems prophetic.
I have had some strange dreams over the past few years which I feel were before a terror event and related. One recent of an actual bomb. I actually felt the shock wave of the blast. One odd one just before Bengazi will post more about that one later. (Actually I just posted the name of Topic and the Reply # farther below.)
My dream contained what could be an odd word clue about a type of weapon used. The things in my dream which filled me with dread was "two red cans." well - diesel canisters  some of which are red and rocket grenades were used...Later found something else which lined up better with the two can thing...It was a name of a type of rocket grenade...  I know for sure was, had the dream about a week before the Bengazi attack and had a very, very bad feeling about some objects I saw and bad intentions. I don't dwell on this stuff it justs pops in my head briefly or is in a flash or dream... - Yowbarb
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Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 09, 2016, 10:27:59 AM
This one not nearly so serious.
REM sleep. Dream just before I woke up: Telling an old Chinese gentleman our family group has chickens - was using sign language (flapping wings etc.) and preparing to offer him five - six freshly dressed chickens (ready to cook and eat) for him if we could use a tiny plot of his land to grow chickens and food and stay there. He seemed more Chinese-American than a person in China. He seemed a kindly old man. He reminded me some of an old man I spoke with in San Francisco in the 1970s. He also seemed like a frontier - era Chinese man - barely any English.
I think the idea was we would give him a certain portion of our brood hens to have and in exchange live on the land in one corner. He seemed surprised, but like he might be amenable to the idea - then I suddenly woke up.
:)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 09, 2016, 02:14:58 PM
Later realized, one of my out-of-state daughters called me right then - that's why I woke up.
In the dream I was quite interested in the possibility of having a tiny plot of land for my family to grow a few vegetables and have chickens, mainly for the eggs...
afterthoughts: It would be a humble situation perhaps a shed or pitching tents but we were glad at the possibility of that. We weren't sad, we were hopeful... It did seem kind of prairie-like.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: enlightenme on January 09, 2016, 03:19:04 PM
Later realized, one of my out-of-state daughters called me right then - that's why I woke up.
In the dream I was quite interested in the possibility of having a tiny plot of land for my family to grow a few vegetables and have chickens, mainly for the eggs...
afterthoughts: It would be a humble situation perhaps a shed or pitching tents but we were glad at the possibility of that. We weren't sad, we were hopeful... It did seem kind of prairie-like.

Interesting dream Barb.  I wish I could start remembering my dreams again.  I don't know why, but for quite some time I haven't been able to.  ::) ::)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 10, 2016, 04:45:39 AM
Later realized, one of my out-of-state daughters called me right then - that's why I woke up.
In the dream I was quite interested in the possibility of having a tiny plot of land for my family to grow a few vegetables and have chickens, mainly for the eggs...
afterthoughts: It would be a humble situation perhaps a shed or pitching tents but we were glad at the possibility of that. We weren't sad, we were hopeful... It did seem kind of prairie-like.

Interesting dream Barb.  I wish I could start remembering my dreams again.  I don't know why, but for quite some time I haven't been able to.  ::) ::)
Over the past several years I have found that if my sleep gets interrupted enough or I just don't get enough sleep at one stretch, I often do not remember dreams. Also some medications.  There was one drug for asthma I no longer use that seemed to interfere with dreams. Theophylline.
Also when you get blasted out of sleep by an alarm and you have to jump up fast (morning responsibilities) it's easier to lose those dreams. Sometimes if I just get a little bit better nutrition, vites or herbs I can start to remember dreams. Oh yes...come to think of it, magnesium rich things like dark green drinks...kale or spinach, lettuce etc.
Often when I can remember dreams, I feel nourished and helped ... if they are scary, or awful possibly clairvoyant stuff... I still feel grateful because I feel I have tapped into some truth of something going on.
Wishing you luck in dreaming... It's on my daily battleplan - (did I get REM sleep?)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: enlightenme on January 10, 2016, 10:51:01 PM
Yes, I do believe waking up to an alarm does make it harder to remember dreams, and I just recently started taking my vitamins again, so hopefully that might help a bit!  :D
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 11, 2016, 12:55:12 AM
Yes, I do believe waking up to an alarm does make it harder to remember dreams, and I just recently started taking my vitamins again, so hopefully that might help a bit!  :D

Good luck with it.
Just from a physical standpoint REM sleep is good...
If I get into too kooky of a schedule and finally do crash out, I get the nuttiest dreams.
Like fast forwarding dreaming haha. :)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on January 11, 2016, 07:17:03 AM
Yes, I do believe waking up to an alarm does make it harder to remember dreams, and I just recently started taking my vitamins again, so hopefully that might help a bit!  :D
Not sure if it actually helps in the remembering process, but I have found over the years that if I eat an apple after dinner, or an hour or two before going to bed, my dreams are more vibrant and numerous.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 24, 2016, 05:07:44 AM
Yes, I do believe waking up to an alarm does make it harder to remember dreams, and I just recently started taking my vitamins again, so hopefully that might help a bit!  :D
Not sure if it actually helps in the remembering process, but I have found over the years that if I eat an apple after dinner, or an hour or two before going to bed, my dreams are more vibrant and numerous.

ilinda, thanks for your post, you reminded me of something.
Back in the day when my Michael and I would eat nothing but fruit after 8 PM an apple was often the choice and I had lots of clear dreams.
At the time was also taking a blue green algae capsule right at sleep time and had wonderful vivid and beautiful dreams.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on February 03, 2016, 11:01:36 AM
Last night I had two dreams, possibly related.  The first dream was of myself driving our truck and I found there were no brakes, and no matter what I tried I could not stop, and couldn't even slow down.  It seemed I was going faster and faster, plus I would see some huge boulder in the road and go right over it.  I guess you could say it was a bumpy ride.

Much later in the night, actually right before awakening I dreamed I was cleaning up a lot of damaged stuff, a huge broken plate glass window at the time, when hubby came up nearby with the goats and he was smiling broadly.  Then I noticed our (now-pregnant in waking life) doe, Princess, and her three new babies.  Also I noticed she had not completely recovered from the process of kidding (it may take a few weeks or even a month).

After being fully awake and analyzing these dreams, I have several thoughts.  For starters, driving my own car usually indicates myself "going down the highway of life", but driving the truck usually means our life together, hubby and I.  I suppose the first dream shows what a bumpy ride we are starting on, and we cannot slow or stop the process.

In real waking life, our doe Princess is due in late March.  If I am cleaning up broken window plate glass, could that mean an earthquake big enough to break our windows?  And could it mean it might happen around the time Princess has her kids, in late March?

If these are prophecy dreams, only time will tell.  At least we were alive in the dream!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on February 03, 2016, 10:11:16 PM
Last night I had two dreams, possibly related.  The first dream was of myself driving our truck and I found there were no brakes, and no matter what I tried I could not stop, and couldn't even slow down.  It seemed I was going faster and faster, plus I would see some huge boulder in the road and go right over it.  I guess you could say it was a bumpy ride.

Much later in the night, actually right before awakening I dreamed I was cleaning up a lot of damaged stuff, a huge broken plate glass window at the time, when hubby came up nearby with the goats and he was smiling broadly.  Then I noticed our (now-pregnant in waking life) doe, Princess, and her three new babies.  Also I noticed she had not completely recovered from the process of kidding (it may take a few weeks or even a month).

After being fully awake and analyzing these dreams, I have several thoughts.  For starters, driving my own car usually indicates myself "going down the highway of life", but driving the truck usually means our life together, hubby and I.  I suppose the first dream shows what a bumpy ride we are starting on, and we cannot slow or stop the process.

In real waking life, our doe Princess is due in late March.  If I am cleaning up broken window plate glass, could that mean an earthquake big enough to break our windows?  And could it mean it might happen around the time Princess has her kids, in late March?

If these are prophecy dreams, only time will tell.  At least we were alive in the dream!

ilinda, thanks for sharing your dream.
Wow, March that seems to be a month that comes up a lot lately in theories and predictions.
I will listen to that dream of yours and keep it in mind.
Jimfarmer had a dream of a voice telling him about earthquakes coming soon.
One question when you were driving the truck was your hubby in the truck?
All The best,
Barb T. 
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: steedy on June 01, 2016, 12:02:58 PM
I don't know why I seem to be dreaming about the moon lately, but I had another dream last night.  This time there were two moons.  It was really just the one moon and the other one was a reflection of it, like a mirage that people sometimes see cities in the sky in real life. But the reflected moon was larger than the original one and showed more details.  The main thing I noticed was that there appeared to be huge glacial fields on the surface, and people were excited by that because that seemed to prove that the moon was a part of the earth to them.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on June 01, 2016, 02:05:47 PM
I don't know why I seem to be dreaming about the moon lately, but I had another dream last night.  This time there were two moons.  It was really just the one moon and the other one was a reflection of it, like a mirage that people sometimes see cities in the sky in real life. But the reflected moon was larger than the original one and showed more details.  The main thing I noticed was that there appeared to be huge glacial fields on the surface, and people were excited by that because that seemed to prove that the moon was a part of the earth to them.

steedy, that's really interesting! Thanks for sharing.
I would imagine that in the past if the Planet X System came close to the Earth it might have knocked a few things to another position and maybe that included the moon.
Wonder if that is what it could about...
All The Best,
Yowbarb 

PS I haven't had those types of dreams, not that I can remember, for a little while. I had a healing type dream when I went back to sleep today to get more sleep. It was about my family.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on June 03, 2016, 10:43:56 AM
I don't know why I seem to be dreaming about the moon lately, but I had another dream last night.  This time there were two moons.  It was really just the one moon and the other one was a reflection of it, like a mirage that people sometimes see cities in the sky in real life. But the reflected moon was larger than the original one and showed more details.  The main thing I noticed was that there appeared to be huge glacial fields on the surface, and people were excited by that because that seemed to prove that the moon was a part of the earth to them.

steedy, that's really interesting! Thanks for sharing.
I would imagine that in the past if the Planet X System came close to the Earth it might have knocked a few things to another position and maybe that included the moon.
Wonder if that is what it could about...
All The Best,
Yowbarb 

PS I haven't had those types of dreams, not that I can remember, for a little while. I had a healing type dream when I went back to sleep today to get more sleep. It was about my family.
On a related note I "saw" in a short visual experience while awake, that when something came moving around from behind the sun, that there was more than one thing moving around, and as the group moved around the sun, one of the smaller objects continued "truly around" the sun, as if it had been caught in orbit, as the larger body continued to move in its direction, around, then away, from the sun.  So I assumed that it's possible some object could easily be caught by the sun's gravitational pull and remain as a new orbiting body.

Thanks, Steedy, for posting these very interesting dreams.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on June 14, 2016, 04:14:47 PM
A couple of nights ago I had a vivid dream of receiving a package that I had ordered.  It was large and sort of duffel-bag shaped, but larger, and I opened it and inside were many pairs of brand new shoes, all leather, and in varying "styles", although not stylish in the faddish sense.  I felt these shoes were possibly enough to last the rest of my life, as it appeared to be 50 or more pairs.  Then I awoke.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on June 14, 2016, 09:31:01 PM
A couple of nights ago I had a vivid dream of receiving a package that I had ordered.  It was large and sort of duffel-bag shaped, but larger, and I opened it and inside were many pairs of brand new shoes, all leather, and in varying "styles", although not stylish in the faddish sense.  I felt these shoes were possibly enough to last the rest of my life, as it appeared to be 50 or more pairs.  Then I awoke.

It seems like a good dream to me...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on June 27, 2016, 04:28:44 PM
A couple of nights ago I had a vivid dream of receiving a package that I had ordered.  It was large and sort of duffel-bag shaped, but larger, and I opened it and inside were many pairs of brand new shoes, all leather, and in varying "styles", although not stylish in the faddish sense.  I felt these shoes were possibly enough to last the rest of my life, as it appeared to be 50 or more pairs.  Then I awoke.

It seems like a good dream to me...
Agreed.  Seems like a helpful dream.

Several mornings ago, just before awakening I heard a voice say, "Superwave 880".  I think that's what woke me. 
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on July 06, 2016, 06:09:03 PM
ilinda - RE Superwave 880 that's interesting...I will try to find out what it could mean, some reference...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on July 06, 2016, 08:03:20 PM
I found Superwave music products...
looking for 880 or if another meaning...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on July 06, 2016, 10:22:24 PM
Well ilinda, this is just a thought. Jennifer Masters and I been emailing about the dream. I sent her what I found about Superwave being music systems. 
Then found something else and thought about 880 as an area code, so I sent her this and to you. The first portion of the post is the first idea, then the following one:
...
My previous email and msg to you: Re Linda's dream Superwave 880.
880 as a prefix: Pretty cryptic but could be something to it.
In North America, the 880 code is listed as an unassigned code. Apparently some numbers are set up for use in the future. - Barb T.
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
nanpa = North American Numbering Plan

https://www.nationalnanpa.com/area_codes/index.html   Excerpt:  More about area codes...

The format of an area code is NXX, where N is any digit 2 through 9 and X is any digit 0 through 9. Initially,
the middle digit of an area code had to be "0" or "1". When this restriction was removed in 1995, additional area code combinations became available. There are 800 possible combinations associated with the NXX format. Some of these combinations, however, are not available or have been reserved for special purposes
...
Follow up notes on 880, just now:

The concept I am trying to share is perhaps the 880 code is one which could correspond to some future event (such as a super wave) I googled and it's what I came up with so far...just letting the ideas flow one to another.  It's just a thought that the number could end up corresponding to a geographic region in the near future or could be about to go into effect for some purpose. Posting below what little I found... Image is "What is a General Purpose Area Code"  Yowbarb 
...
https://www.nationalnanpa.com/enas/area_code_query.do    query 880 

880 General Purpose Code [see data on page above]
...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on July 06, 2016, 10:47:47 PM
ilinda, a totally different way to look at it. I just found this, 880 as an angel number... - Barb T.
... Angel Number 880
http://sacredscribesangelnumbers.blogspot.com/2012/01/angel-number-880.html

What Are ANGEL NUMBERS?

For the Meanings and Messages of repeating numbers 0 to 950, go to:
http://sacredscribesangelnumbers.blogspot.com.au/p/numbers.html

ANGEL NUMBERS - What are They?

The phenomena of 'Number Sequences', sometimes known as 'Angel Numbers' is becoming more and more prevalent day by day. Thousands upon thousands of people from all walks of life, from all parts of the world, and from every creed and religion, are reporting the phenomena of noticing particular number sequences on clocks, timers, car number plates, billboards, and from all kinds of sources.

According to respected authors, therapists and spiritualists around the world, this phenomenon is occurring as a new 'Spiritual Awareness' is taking place and gaining momentum on our planet. As a race, people are evolving on a Spiritual level, with the number sequences being 'messages' from a Higher Source.

Your angels (or spirit guides) guide you through your thoughts, feelings, words and visions. They also show you ‘signs’ - that is, things that you see repeatedly with your physical eyes. One of the signs is repetitive number sequences.

According to renowned author and therapist, Doreen Virtue, in her book "Healing with the Angels", "the angels do their best to get our attention and to communicate with us. In this way, they help us heal our own lives. However, we often discount the signs that they give us, writing them off as mere coincidences or our imagination."

Your angels often communicate messages to you by showing you sequences of numbers. They do this in two ways. First, they subtly whisper in your ear so that you will look up in time to notice the time displayed on the clock, or the phone number on an advertisement or something similar. The angels hope that you will be aware and acknowledge that you are seeing this same sequence of numbers, over and over.

The second way in which the angels show you meaningful 'Number Sequences' is by physically arranging for something like a car driving in front of you that has specific number plates, and hope that you realize that you are seeing the number sequence again. They want you to notice, then look into the messages further.

When you notice a particular number sequence recurring for you, ask the angels what they are trying to tell you, and you will find that your angels will give you additional information. Monitor your thoughts carefully, and be sure to only think about what you want, not what you don't want.

The great Pythagoras said that everything in the Universe is mathematically precise, and that each number has its own vibration and meaning. The placement of the numbers in a sequence holds special meaning.

Numerology is a sacred science that has maintained its relevance from ancient to modern times. Numbers point out the importance of seeing ‘messages’ three- dimensionally, in order to show us the lessons, growth opportunities and guidance contained with each experience.

As you recognize and interpret the numbers around you, you may feel more connected to the angels. This connection allows the angels to open the door to an incredible connection that brings peace, hope and love.

Number sequence interpretation is an easy way to receive messages from your angels. Numerals are everywhere, from digital clocks to license plates. Each number has a vibrational frequently relating directly to its meaning.

The angels always seek to give us guidance and answers. When they call our attention to number sequences, it is a positive sign of their devotion, love and power. When you notice a number sequence, listen to your angel’s guidance that comes through your feelings, visions and thoughts. The more you notice these signs, the more frequently they will appear in your life. Once you understand the ‘signs’ meanings and accept that they are not mere ‘coincidences’, but important and purposeful events and messages, you will experience a close and clear communication with your angels. You will discover spiritual signs and messages all around you, all the time.

You may also notice number sequences that signify things of personal significance, such as birth dates, anniversaries, telephone numbers etc. In these cases the angels are giving you an even deeper, pertinent and personal message.

The recurrence of number sequences is a subtle and constant reminder that something magical … something Divine is happening. When you see the number sequences (‘Angel Numbers’), acknowledge that the angels are telling you that you are on your true path, and say ‘Thank You’ to them for communicating with you.

When you see the numbers of your date of birth repeating to you, it is often an indication that you are to concentrate and focus upon your true life purpose ... your reason for being ... your soul mission.  Seeing your own birthday is a reminder of why you were born and your reason for being on the Earthplane at this time.

The Angel Numbers are messages for us - best we heed them.

The main thing about seeing and acknowledging the repeating number sequences or Angel Numbers is the fact that you are consciously seeing them.  At this time, your angels are communicating directly with YOU. The messages are for YOU and they are about YOU and YOUR life ...  It is up to YOU to take the time to go within, listen to your intuition and true self, and figure out what the message/s are telling YOU and what they mean to YOU.  Only you know what lies within you ...

Your highest guidance is unique for you and you have all of your own answers within you.

Love and Light

Joanne Walmsley
Sacred Scribes     
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on July 08, 2016, 10:02:08 AM
Wow, Barb, between this post, and a couple of others, plus your private message, there is lots from which to choose for avenues of research.  Now I can look at "Superwave 880" in a whole new light.

Will post another dream from two nights ago, a more earthy one, presumably with lots of symbolism, and hopefully not prophetic.
Thanks, Barb, and also Jennifer for looking at this dream.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on July 08, 2016, 10:12:11 AM
Two nights ago I dreamed, just before awakening, that I was somewhere (seemingly outdoors) and encountered a guy with an incredibly heavy backpack, and it was in camouflage.  Then (some details might be missing here) very shortly there was a second, then a third guy, each with very, very heavy camo backpack.

 I remember very clearly that the third guy was pointing to items in his pack, one ar a time, and stating the name, and purpose of that particular item, as if he was enunciating vey clearly just for my ears.  But I fogot and cannot remember one thing!!!  Many of the items had names that seemed to be multiple syllables or even multiple words, such as "serrated, long-handle serving spoon", but that is not an example.  It seemed to be less about cooking and more on general tools, but I just cannot remember!  So frustrating.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Marzstar on July 14, 2016, 10:27:27 AM
Hi Everyone!!
Had a dream last night...I only remember that in my dream I was telling some "the elites are going into hiding, that is what is going on".  In my dream I was outside pointing to the sky, at all the planes, and explaining it to someone what was going on.

That is all I remember  :o

Mar
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on July 16, 2016, 04:41:13 PM
Two nights ago I dreamed, just before awakening, that I was somewhere (seemingly outdoors) and encountered a guy with an incredibly heavy backpack, and it was in camouflage.  Then (some details might be missing here) very shortly there was a second, then a third guy, each with very, very heavy camo backpack.

 I remember very clearly that the third guy was pointing to items in his pack, one ar a time, and stating the name, and purpose of that particular item, as if he was enunciating vey clearly just for my ears.  But I forgot and cannot remember one thing!!!  Many of the items had names that seemed to be multiple syllables or even multiple words, such as "serrated, long-handle serving spoon", but that is not an example.  It seemed to be less about cooking and more on general tools, but I just cannot remember!  So frustrating.
ilinda, maybe, even if you aren't consciously remembering now, you might, some time in the future?
Seems someone is trying to help you...that's a blessing.
Thanks for sharing your dream. :)
- Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on July 16, 2016, 04:42:42 PM
Hi Everyone!!
Had a dream last night...I only remember that in my dream I was telling some "the elites are going into hiding, that is what is going on".  In my dream I was outside pointing to the sky, at all the planes, and explaining it to someone what was going on.

That is all I remember  :o

Mar
Mar, it's so good to see you on this board and sharing your dreams and insights...
That's quite a dream. Seems like you are getting some kind of guidance...
I treasure whatever guidance I can get...
All The Best,
Yowbarb
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on July 17, 2016, 05:36:59 PM
Hi Everyone!!
Had a dream last night...I only remember that in my dream I was telling some "the elites are going into hiding, that is what is going on".  In my dream I was outside pointing to the sky, at all the planes, and explaining it to someone what was going on.

That is all I remember  :o

Mar
Mar, it's so good to see you on this board and sharing your dreams and insights...
That's quite a dream. Seems like you are getting some kind of guidance...
I treasure whatever guidance I can get...
All The Best,
Yowbarb
Doesn't your dream co-incide with what some are saying will be a "sign" that something's up soon, whenever the elites are seen jumping ship?
Thanks for sharing.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Marzstar on July 18, 2016, 03:16:36 PM
Yes and I am close to the notorious Denver airport.  I feel this snippet of a dream is more about time is getting close and to keep preparing and not to keep putting off more preparedness. ;D
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on September 03, 2016, 05:43:47 PM
Marstar, you are probably right about this.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on September 03, 2016, 06:01:04 PM
Image: burnished silver

I can't remember my dream today except for one small part which seemed to repeat. It was in my mind as I awoke.
I did keep seeing an object like a burnished silver round object about the size of a compact with a small stone in the middle.  I  know it was not a simple object like a compact, it seemed to have had "significance." I can't identify it. The closest analogy I can come to is an oriental type cookie with an almond in the center. The center stone was a dull blue color. It was not a disk it was slightly rounded on all sides.
Does this object make anyone think of anything?
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on September 03, 2016, 06:05:21 PM
http://www.ancient-symbols.com/metal-symbolism.html

Silver:
This is a regal metal and is connected to the Moon. It is one of the most versatile metals, one of the 3 base metals in Alchemy. It is associated with philosophical traits of intuition, self-reflection and inner wisdom. It is a feminine metal, a symbol of purity and is connected to the goddesses and spirits. Its energies include divination, healing, protection, emotion, love, wisdom, dreams, luck and wealth. It is symbolic of attributes such as vision, clarity, awareness, focus, persistence and subtle strength.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on April 27, 2017, 06:22:44 PM
In 2012 I had my dental mercury fillings removed by a biological dentist who uses all the latest filtering, etc., to eliminate mercury vapors everywhere, and the equipment protects the patient as well as dentist.

Shortly after all mercury fillings were removed and replaced with an 87% gold alloy, I dreamed I went to the mirror and OMG what an awful sight!  I was shocked (even in the dream) at looking at a bunch of strange and disgusting "areas" all over my skin from approximately my shoulders and neck upward.  They were all over my skin, including my face, and each one looked like a "puckered" area which was sort of "erupting" upward, as if something was being forced up and out.  It was so awful!  Upon awakening and pondering a while I figured it has to be this:

The skin is part of the immune system and has areas/patches, whose name I cannot recall, which are the specific parts of the immune system that do their work.  Since the skin is also called the "second kidney", it exudes sweat and anything in the sweat that it needs to get rid of.  My best guess was that those patches in the skin would be working overtime getting rid of the mercury that was left in my body from the fillings, that had migrated outward, and from years of chewing, years of drinking acidic foods and drink.

Well, not too long after the dream, maybe several months, I began to notice what appeared to be "blackheads" on my face, neck and in the area of my clavicle.  Hubby found some on my back.  My best guess is that it was "oxidized mercury" or however the body detoxes it for disposal.  Once I was experiencing that I realized the detox process was working.  Maybe it still is.

Still, that dream was like a sci-fi nightmare. :-D))  And I'm betting if a small child had seen what I saw in the dream, it would have scared him/her enough to scream!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on May 06, 2017, 10:57:45 PM
ilinda - that's funny I remember replying to your dream post and now my post is gone...
I just wanted to acknowledge what you wrote and say your dream seems meaningful.
That is a wonderful thing that you are detoxing...not always so much fun to go through...
Wishing you strength to go on detoxing if you need to.
I had not thought so much about the skin as an organ of detox, not to that same degree.
It's a worthwhile process to be aware of...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on May 08, 2017, 06:04:48 PM
ilinda - that's funny I remember replying to your dream post and now my post is gone...
I just wanted to acknowledge what you wrote and say your dream seems meaningful.
That is a wonderful thing that you are detoxing...not always so much fun to go through...
Wishing you strength to go on detoxing if you need to.
I had not thought so much about the skin as an organ of detox, not to that same degree.
It's a worthwhile process to be aware of...
Thank you Barb for your words of encouragement. 

Another dream that happened in the midst of having those toxic mercury fillings removed in 2012 was this short, but to -the-point one:

I dreamed I was in the presence of some doctor or someone with much knowledge of matters of healing (I'm writing this from memory), and even think the person may have been in  white doctor-like clothing.  He held something very sharp, sort of like an accupuncture needle (although it did not break the skin) against a very specific spot on the top of my right foot.  It hurt so bad that it woke me up.  As I awoke, it still hurt, so I grabbed a ballpoint pen and made a dot on the skin of my foot exactly where the "needle" was held in my dream, then went back to sleep.
Next morning I looked in my Accupressure book and found an accupuncture/accupressure point that is exactly where it was in my dream, and it is for liver cleansing and detoxifying.  I'll find the name and description in my book if anyone is interested.

I felt that the dream told me this will be an additional help in detox-ing, as the liver might be overloaded right now handling all the mercury that has been released that might not have been vacuumed out, and the liver needs all the help it can get.  I've been doing that pressure point exercise every day since then, and just might continue for the rest of my life.  It can't hurt.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on May 12, 2017, 01:04:45 PM
ilinda - that's funny I remember replying to your dream post and now my post is gone...
I just wanted to acknowledge what you wrote and say your dream seems meaningful.
That is a wonderful thing that you are detoxing...not always so much fun to go through...
Wishing you strength to go on detoxing if you need to.
I had not thought so much about the skin as an organ of detox, not to that same degree.
It's a worthwhile process to be aware of...
Thank you Barb for your words of encouragement. 

Another dream that happened in the midst of having those toxic mercury fillings removed in 2012 was this short, but to -the-point one:

I dreamed I was in the presence of some doctor or someone with much knowledge of matters of healing (I'm writing this from memory), and even think the person may have been in  white doctor-like clothing.  He held something very sharp, sort of like an accupuncture needle (although it did not break the skin) against a very specific spot on the top of my right foot.  It hurt so bad that it woke me up.  As I awoke, it still hurt, so I grabbed a ballpoint pen and made a dot on the skin of my foot exactly where the "needle" was held in my dream, then went back to sleep.
Next morning I looked in my Accupressure book and found an accupuncture/accupressure point that is exactly where it was in my dream, and it is for liver cleansing and detoxifying.  I'll find the name and description in my book if anyone is interested.

I felt that the dream told me this will be an additional help in detox-ing, as the liver might be overloaded right now handling all the mercury that has been released that might not have been vacuumed out, and the liver needs all the help it can get.  I've been doing that pressure point exercise every day since then, and just might continue for the rest of my life.  It can't hurt.

ilinda! What awesome guidance in your dream!
Yes indeed it couldn't hurt to continue that accupressure point. Wow!
:)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on May 14, 2017, 05:48:24 PM
A few nights ago I had this snippet dream, so I'd better get busy.

I suddenly saw our "Arb Fridge/Freezer" and its lid was propped open.  Inside it was completely filled, to the top, of neatly stacked packages of "Organic Valley Feta Cheese" which is the brand we buy anyway.  They were packed in there like sardines, but neatly in stacks and rows or tiers.  All I could actually see was the top tier. 
Right now the fridge/freezer is sitting outside in a plywood box to protect it from the elements.  Problem is, mice and/or rats love to hide behind anything, including the box, and they have dragged every stick and twig they could find and stuffed them between the box and the exterior wall of the building.  So now the project is to lift the fridge/freezer out of the box and move it inside, then re-purpose the box.

Possibly the reason for this dream is that feta cheese always seems to have a much longer shelf life than the hard cheeses.  Of course, the fridge can be set to use as a freezer, which would make good sense.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 19, 2018, 07:02:51 PM
A few nights ago I had this snippet dream, so I'd better get busy.

I suddenly saw our "Arb Fridge/Freezer" and its lid was propped open.  Inside it was completely filled, to the top, of neatly stacked packages of "Organic Valley Feta Cheese" which is the brand we buy anyway.  They were packed in there like sardines, but neatly in stacks and rows or tiers.  All I could actually see was the top tier. 
Right now the fridge/freezer is sitting outside in a plywood box to protect it from the elements.  Problem is, mice and/or rats love to hide behind anything, including the box, and they have dragged every stick and twig they could find and stuffed them between the box and the exterior wall of the building.  So now the project is to lift the fridge/freezer out of the box and move it inside, then re-purpose the box.

Possibly the reason for this dream is that feta cheese always seems to have a much longer shelf life than the hard cheeses.  Of course, the fridge can be set to use as a freezer, which would make good sense.

Good data about feta. Glad to hear that, one of my favorites.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on January 20, 2018, 05:45:02 AM
Is it a chest unit or an upright? 

I have 3 chest units in the garage, our "Ark."  One is long dead, but provides mouse-proof storage for bags of black oil sunflower seeds for the poultry that are on the "use first" list, right next to the feed bins, as they only last a few months before the oil peroxidizes. 

Another AC chest freezer that is working is plugged in and holds our second set of black oil sunflower seed bags.  If power goes out long-term, there is nothing to back this unit up, and the seeds would need to be used next, within three months. 

The third freezer is a DC unit that is directly wired into the solar/wind battery bank and sitting right next to it, so virtually no loss of voltage due to distance from the bank.  It is full of black oil sunflower seed bags that are in a sub-zero freeze and should keep indefinitely, unless the power has been out for several days with no sun or wind.  These would be used last of all.

We also have kept one of the large old plywood crates, and use it for a work bench, with hand-operated food mills bolted onto it. 

If mice are getting into your crate with an operable unit inside, one concern might be that they might gnaw on the electrical cord, and it might be well to plug that unit in soon just to protect it from such damage (obviously if a mouse chewed on a plugged-in unit, the creature wouldn't live long enough to do much damage).   :)

Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on January 20, 2018, 02:51:29 PM
Is it a chest unit or an upright? 

I have 3 chest units in the garage, our "Ark."  One is long dead, but provides mouse-proof storage for bags of black oil sunflower seeds for the poultry that are on the "use first" list, right next to the feed bins, as they only last a few months before the oil peroxidizes. 

Another AC chest freezer that is working is plugged in and holds our second set of black oil sunflower seed bags.  If power goes out long-term, there is nothing to back this unit up, and the seeds would need to be used next, within three months. 

The third freezer is a DC unit that is directly wired into the solar/wind battery bank and sitting right next to it, so virtually no loss of voltage due to distance from the bank.  It is full of black oil sunflower seed bags that are in a sub-zero freeze and should keep indefinitely, unless the power has been out for several days with no sun or wind.  These would be used last of all.

We also have kept one of the large old plywood crates, and use it for a work bench, with hand-operated food mills bolted onto it. 

If mice are getting into your crate with an operable unit inside, one concern might be that they might gnaw on the electrical cord, and it might be well to plug that unit in soon just to protect it from such damage (obviously if a mouse chewed on a plugged-in unit, the creature wouldn't live long enough to do much damage).   :)
The Arb is so small that it's best called an overgrown cooler.  It isn't advertised that way!  They had three sizes, IIRC, from which to choose and I ordered the 80 liter unit, which sounds impressive, and IS larger than any cooler we've ever had, but it's small compared to a household freezer, chest or upright.  OTOH, it can be used with AC or DC and comes with the appropriate plugs.

The Arb stopped working a month ago when the room it was in got too cold, and we haven't had a chance to investigate whether it blew a fuse or just stopped to protect itself from overwork.

I love your idea of the DC only unit that will outlast any AC appliance when the grid goes down, etc.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on January 20, 2018, 02:56:26 PM
During awakening this morning, a voice said clearly, "AVOID USING THE WOOD STOVE if possible."

In thinking this over, I'm wondering if a good deal of quaking and shaking would cause most chimneys to collapse, bend, buckle and basically fall apart, and if a fire is going at that time--well, goodbye to the structure! 

And maybe this dream relates to the recent dream saying that in this area two things needed are water and kerosene.  Maybe our chimney won't be functional, so what good would a wood stove be without a chimney?

Lots to ponder....
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on January 20, 2018, 03:56:26 PM
A double-walled stainless steel pipe strapped inside the masonry chimney can supply extra stability, as well as paying the chimney sweep extra to strap the cap on securely (they are generally left loose and can easily be blown off).  Of course this doesn't take into account a worst-case scenario.

I have a couple of the antique Perfection kerosene stoves that have been refurbished, and keep a small supply of KleanStrip odorless kerosene on hand, which is safer to store and use indoors, but it is expensive.   A tank of K-1 would make more sense for regular use.  With the bailing wire handle they can be taken out on the porch and lit, if desired, and brought back in.  The little stoves not only are collectible antiques providing heat, but they also provide light and a cooking surface on top.  I recommend using a fiberglass wick instead of a cotton one, as they will burn cleanly and last longer without needing to be trimmed.  (The photo below is not one of mine, but same model.)

Here are links to everything you'd ever want to know about them and about heating and lighting with kerosene:  http://www.endtimesreport.com/kerosene_fuel_primer.html

http://www.milesstair.com/Site_Index_for_Perfection.html

(http://i451.photobucket.com/albums/qq240/oldairmech/image_zps246f3cb3.jpg)

Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on January 20, 2018, 05:43:38 PM
I looked up the Arb cooler online, and it seems like a really handy piece of equipment to have around.  I had never heard of them before!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 21, 2018, 01:33:56 PM
During awakening this morning, a voice said clearly, "AVOID USING THE WOOD STOVE if possible."

In thinking this over, I'm wondering if a good deal of quaking and shaking would cause most chimneys to collapse, bend, buckle and basically fall apart, and if a fire is going at that time--well, goodbye to the structure! 

And maybe this dream relates to the recent dream saying that in this area two things needed are water and kerosene.  Maybe our chimney won't be functional, so what good would a wood stove be without a chimney?

Lots to ponder....

Wow ilinda, thanks so much for your post!!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 21, 2018, 01:34:26 PM
A double-walled stainless steel pipe strapped inside the masonry chimney can supply extra stability, as well as paying the chimney sweep extra to strap the cap on securely (they are generally left loose and can easily be blown off).  Of course this doesn't take into account a worst-case scenario.

I have a couple of the antique Perfection kerosene stoves that have been refurbished, and keep a small supply of KleanStrip odorless kerosene on hand, which is safer to store and use indoors, but it is expensive.   A tank of K-1 would make more sense for regular use.  With the bailing wire handle they can be taken out on the porch and lit, if desired, and brought back in.  The little stoves not only are collectible antiques providing heat, but they also provide light and a cooking surface on top.  I recommend using a fiberglass wick instead of a cotton one, as they will burn cleanly and last longer without needing to be trimmed.  (The photo below is not one of mine, but same model.)

Here are links to everything you'd ever want to know about them and about heating and lighting with kerosene:  http://www.endtimesreport.com/kerosene_fuel_primer.html

http://www.milesstair.com/Site_Index_for_Perfection.html

(http://i451.photobucket.com/albums/qq240/oldairmech/image_zps246f3cb3.jpg)

Great info, R.R., thanks!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on January 21, 2018, 05:08:09 PM
I looked up the Arb cooler online, and it seems like a really handy piece of equipment to have around.  I had never heard of them before!
Actually it is quite a nice unit, and can be hauled around in a pickup truck, while plugged into the cigarette lighter, or some other similar outlet in truck or car.  The blurb with it said that even in 90 degree F. outdoor heat, the Arb kept food cold.  I assume they didn't store it in direct sun.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on January 21, 2018, 05:11:09 PM
Image: burnished silver

I can't remember my dream today except for one small part which seemed to repeat. It was in my mind as I awoke.
I did keep seeing an object like a burnished silver round object about the size of a compact with a small stone in the middle.  I  know it was not a simple object like a compact, it seemed to have had "significance." I can't identify it. The closest analogy I can come to is an oriental type cookie with an almond in the center. The center stone was a dull blue color. It was not a disk it was slightly rounded on all sides.
Does this object make anyone think of anything?
Just now seeing this for the first time.  It does not ring a bell at all.  Have you thought about this since you posted it?  The center stone, in my mind, seems to have the most significance, although it was your dream.  Still, I wonder about that stone. 

When you see it in real life, you'll KNOW!  Let us know when it happens.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on January 21, 2018, 05:20:09 PM
A double-walled stainless steel pipe strapped inside the masonry chimney can supply extra stability, as well as paying the chimney sweep extra to strap the cap on securely (they are generally left loose and can easily be blown off).  Of course this doesn't take into account a worst-case scenario.

I have a couple of the antique Perfection kerosene stoves that have been refurbished, and keep a small supply of KleanStrip odorless kerosene on hand, which is safer to store and use indoors, but it is expensive.   A tank of K-1 would make more sense for regular use.  With the bailing wire handle they can be taken out on the porch and lit, if desired, and brought back in.  The little stoves not only are collectible antiques providing heat, but they also provide light and a cooking surface on top.  I recommend using a fiberglass wick instead of a cotton one, as they will burn cleanly and last longer without needing to be trimmed.  (The photo below is not one of mine, but same model.)

Here are links to everything you'd ever want to know about them and about heating and lighting with kerosene:  http://www.endtimesreport.com/kerosene_fuel_primer.html

http://www.milesstair.com/Site_Index_for_Perfection.html

(http://i451.photobucket.com/albums/qq240/oldairmech/image_zps246f3cb3.jpg)
That Perfection stove looks interesting and according to the one link there seem to be dozens of them!  What is the advantage of a Perfection?  I'm pretty much a know-nothing about kerosene stoves, as we had three, gave away two, kept the one with a top grate for cooking, but still know so little about them, and probably just enough to figure out how to light it.

What are things a person should know, aside from ventilation, ventilation, ventilation?  Does the Perfection seem to last longer than other stoves on the same amount of fuel?  That would be a genuine plus!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on January 21, 2018, 05:52:19 PM
Ilinda, I haven't used the modern kerosene heaters, if that's what you mean, and couldn't say for certain if the Perfection extends the fuel supply further by comparison; it would depend upon how high you have the flame turned up.  However I can say that the fiberglass wicks last much longer than cotton and produce a cleaner burn without needing to be wiped or trimmed.

Advantages over a modern kero heater:

*cook top
*fuel chamber is safer due to not being pressurized
*fits into any decorating scheme without looking like emergency equipment
*completely non-electric unlike modern kero heaters with fans, thermostats, pre-heating element (Japanese models), computerization (Japanese) and piezo ignitors  :)

Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 22, 2018, 04:31:41 AM
During awakening this morning, a voice said clearly, "AVOID USING THE WOOD STOVE if possible."

In thinking this over, I'm wondering if a good deal of quaking and shaking would cause most chimneys to collapse, bend, buckle and basically fall apart, and if a fire is going at that time--well, goodbye to the structure! 

And maybe this dream relates to the recent dream saying that in this area two things needed are water and kerosene.  Maybe our chimney won't be functional, so what good would a wood stove be without a chimney?

Lots to ponder....
ilinda, it's good to get guidance like that...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on January 22, 2018, 05:55:52 PM
Ilinda, I haven't used the modern kerosene heaters, if that's what you mean, and couldn't say for certain if the Perfection extends the fuel supply further by comparison; it would depend upon how high you have the flame turned up.  However I can say that the fiberglass wicks last much longer than cotton and produce a cleaner burn without needing to be wiped or trimmed.

Advantages over a modern kero heater:

*cook top
*fuel chamber is safer due to not being pressurized
*fits into any decorating scheme without looking like emergency equipment
*completely non-electric unlike modern kero heaters with fans, thermostats, pre-heating element (Japanese models), computerization (Japanese) and piezo ignitors  :)
Our "modern" kerosene heater is fairly primitive, as we were certainly looking for non-electric, non-gadgety cooking and heating, so ours may be analogous to the Perfection, although probably not having the reputation.  It does have a top grate, and just a match can light it, plus it's not likely to tip over.

So, if you thought you could not use wood for heating and cooking for a year, for example, how much kerosene do you think would be absolutely essential?  I'm guessing we should calculate what we'd need for a month and multiply by 12, but wonder what I'm forgetting.

Still surely those little rocket stoves of the most primitive designs would work fine in many situations.  In fact, think of having a wood stove indoors in summer, but not wanting to heat up the house--think of opening the wood stove door and placing a little rocket stove inside the firebox, and starting a small fire in the little rocket stove (made from large can with cutouts), that is sitting inside firebox, and having the smoke from rocket stove go straight up the chimney.

I need to try this now to see how it works.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on January 22, 2018, 07:07:31 PM
For kerosene calculations: I've read that a gallon of kero should last 10-15 hours, depending upon how high the flame is turned up, so if needing heat round the clock, that quickly adds up.  If you average it to 12 hours per gallon, that's all day or all night on one gallon, or 24 hours on two gallons if burning non-stop.  It is not recommended to run a kerosene stove while sleeping, but maybe it would be fine if a window were cracked open and the unit was well away from any combustible materials.

Your winters are probably a bit warmer than ours.  We need heat from mid-September through mid-May, so 8 months out of the year.  Of course some of those months need it worse than others.  If it is a matter of life and death to heat the house, rather than just creature comfort, then we're talking about maybe 6 months' worth of fuel here.  180 days and nights x 2 gallons/24 hours=360 gallons, which could be stored in 7 55-gallon barrels or better yet, in a 500 gallon fuel tank.  That pretty much precludes using jugs of KleanStrip, so K-1 is the best choice for that quantity.

In a long-term primitive survival situation, you may only be able to store a year or two of kerosene at once, and then would probably need to get the hypothetically damaged chimney fixed, or do it yourself, for longer term reliance upon wood or coal :)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on January 24, 2018, 04:25:54 PM
For kerosene calculations: I've read that a gallon of kero should last 10-15 hours, depending upon how high the flame is turned up, so if needing heat round the clock, that quickly adds up.  If you average it to 12 hours per gallon, that's all day or all night on one gallon, or 24 hours on two gallons if burning non-stop.  It is not recommended to run a kerosene stove while sleeping, but maybe it would be fine if a window were cracked open and the unit was well away from any combustible materials.

Your winters are probably a bit warmer than ours.  We need heat from mid-September through mid-May, so 8 months out of the year.  Of course some of those months need it worse than others.  If it is a matter of life and death to heat the house, rather than just creature comfort, then we're talking about maybe 6 months' worth of fuel here.  180 days and nights x 2 gallons/24 hours=360 gallons, which could be stored in 7 55-gallon barrels or better yet, in a 500 gallon fuel tank.  That pretty much precludes using jugs of KleanStrip, so K-1 is the best choice for that quantity.

In a long-term primitive survival situation, you may only be able to store a year or two of kerosene at once, and then would probably need to get the hypothetically damaged chimney fixed, or do it yourself, for longer term reliance upon wood or coal :)
Thanks for such a detailed explanation.  We had only used kerosene a bit in the past and it wasn't the sole source of fuel for heat or cooking, but now I feel better informed.  Can it be stored in heavy plastic?  For example we have a 350 gallon heavy plastic (?ABS?) tank that has a large round threaded cap that will allow rainwater to seep in, if left unprotected from above, and it has a nice bottom outlet.  Instead of using it for water, I'm wondering about kerosene.  It's quite thick walled.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on January 24, 2018, 04:33:35 PM
Speaking of dreams (!), I had a dream for the third time, in which I looked up at the ceiling and saw what looked exactly like graph paper, complete with the blue horizontal and vertical lines, against a white background!  I'm not sure if it's a dream or what, but I felt wide awake, and even as I watched it this morning on the ceiling, closing first one eye, then the other, still seeing it, I thought of what YowBarb posted:  something to the effect that I have a clean slate and I can create my own future.

So, I pondered on the creek just outside our window, and thought of an area in the creek we call "The Ledges" because it has large flat rock outcroppings and gives way to a lovely waterfall where the water is 1-3' deep.  During meditations, I've pretended this creek is about 17' deep and about that same width, and have imagined that there's a cave in the side of the bank, and I can swim into the cave, and when in there see abundant crystals, including amethyst outcropping, plus there's a small hole in the roof, where the moon can shine in on those crystals, making for an even more exciting midnight swim! 

Well, that's my story and I'm stickin' to it!  LOL  And thanks for the suggestion, Yowbarb, as now I have something cool and exotic to look forward to.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on January 24, 2018, 04:55:17 PM
Kerosene is liquid paraffin or a close analog, and is supposed to be very stable.  The odorless KleanStrip grade comes in a heavy plastic jug, and I know that kero can be stored in plastic barrels, so it seems as if your container might work if kept out of the rain.  You might want to check with a local supplier both about the cap and to order a tanker to do a fill-up.   :)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on January 25, 2018, 07:29:10 PM
Kerosene is liquid paraffin or a close analog, and is supposed to be very stable.  The odorless KleanStrip grade comes in a heavy plastic jug, and I know that kero can be stored in plastic barrels, so it seems as if your container might work if kept out of the rain.  You might want to check with a local supplier both about the cap and to order a tanker to do a fill-up.   :)
Never heard of KleanStrip, so is it sold in same sizes as regular K-1 Kerosene?
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on January 26, 2018, 07:01:10 AM
KleanStrip, also sold as KleanHeat, is the odorless, smokeless refined kerosene without sulfur that you find in expensive gallon jugs in the hardware store.  1-K is virtually the same thing, being the most refined kerosene that can be purchased in bulk from a fuel supplier.  2-K is cheaper but unrefined of sulfur I believe (meaning smoky and smelly).
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on May 03, 2018, 08:54:22 PM
Speaking of dreams (!), I had a dream for the third time, in which I looked up at the ceiling and saw what looked exactly like graph paper, complete with the blue horizontal and vertical lines, against a white background!  I'm not sure if it's a dream or what, but I felt wide awake, and even as I watched it this morning on the ceiling, closing first one eye, then the other, still seeing it, I thought of what YowBarb posted:  something to the effect that I have a clean slate and I can create my own future.

So, I pondered on the creek just outside our window, and thought of an area in the creek we call "The Ledges" because it has large flat rock outcroppings and gives way to a lovely waterfall where the water is 1-3' deep.  During meditations, I've pretended this creek is about 17' deep and about that same width, and have imagined that there's a cave in the side of the bank, and I can swim into the cave, and when in there see abundant crystals, including amethyst outcropping, plus there's a small hole in the roof, where the moon can shine in on those crystals, making for an even more exciting midnight swim! 

Well, that's my story and I'm stickin' to it!  LOL  And thanks for the suggestion, Yowbarb, as now I have something cool and exotic to look forward to.

ilinda, I just saw this post, wow what great imagery...  :)
Sounds like some good kharma and a future in the making...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on May 03, 2018, 08:57:52 PM
Image: burnished silver

I can't remember my dream today except for one small part which seemed to repeat. It was in my mind as I awoke.
I did keep seeing an object like a burnished silver round object about the size of a compact with a small stone in the middle.  I  know it was not a simple object like a compact, it seemed to have had "significance." I can't identify it. The closest analogy I can come to is an oriental type cookie with an almond in the center. The center stone was a dull blue color. It was not a disk it was slightly rounded on all sides.
Does this object make anyone think of anything?
Just now seeing this for the first time.  It does not ring a bell at all.  Have you thought about this since you posted it?  The center stone, in my mind, seems to have the most significance, although it was your dream.  Still, I wonder about that stone. 

When you see it in real life, you'll KNOW!  Let us know when it happens.

ilinda, if I see it in waking life, I will be sure to post about it.
There was some sort of significance to the fact it was burnished silver...
Dream Moods Dictionary:

Silver

To see silver in your dream symbolizes the moon, intuition and the feminine aspects of yourself. It signifies tranquility and understated confidence.
......................
Also:  https://www.lunartreasures.co.uk/2017/06/30/wearing-silver-spiritual-meaning/
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on May 15, 2018, 06:26:41 PM
The night before last I dreamed of my mother and aunt Mary, who is my father's sister, so both sides of the family were there, and both in waking life are deceased.   I dreamed both mom and aunt Mary came in, and both were dressed in black from head to toe, including hat, and it looked like what would be called funeral clothing, although nowadays most folks don't dress like that.  But dreams are so symbolic...

Anyway, they walked in and I was happy to see them, and put my arms around mom and was smiling and feeling cheerful, but neither mom or aunt Mary was smiling, and they both were somber and quiet.  I woke up shortly and realized the black clothing was indeed meant to symbolize funeral clothing.  And it ties in with a dream I had many years ago of my sister (who now lives in coastal Florida) where I saw her in that dream floating face down in water as far as the eye can see.  It was nothing but her and the water.  She was motionless.

I can write this because none of my family would ever visit a site such this, as they are not ready for anything out of the mainstream. 
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on May 15, 2018, 06:31:51 PM
This sounds like a dream to be taken seriously Ilinda.  Many prayers that those who haven't yet evacuated coastlines will listen to their inner wisdom and perhaps make a move soon.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on May 16, 2018, 07:17:36 PM
I'm about to ask the Florida sister is she ever has dreams that seem important.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on May 16, 2018, 07:28:55 PM
Intererstingly, I have a 95 year old friend who had a most powerful dream several years ago and I wanted him to act on it, at least a tiny bit, but alas, he lives in fear.

Here's the story:  I've known him for about 30 or more years and he has always been a hippie at heart and always had an interest in Nature, and all things holistic, etc.

He told me of a dream he had where he walked into a Walgreens-like pharmacy, which was actually divided into two sections:  one was the conventional medicines that were stored on shelves, as all the OTC meds are, as well as all the prescribed ones, and he could look down the row and see that there was mostly empty space.

Then on the "alternative, holistic" side, there were shelves upon shelves, literally full of all kinds of herbs and natural remedies.  There was even a doctor there sitting at a desk, and his name plate said, "Dr. Meisner", and he was holding a large herb encyclopedia-type book, and it was open to whatever page he was reading.

He woke up after this very telling dream, which said to me that there are some, maybe a few, conventional remedies which may help, but in the natural world of herbs and other holistic remedies, there are so many, you'd have many from which to choose.  Plus in the dream there was the herb expert at your/his disposal.

But after all was said and done, he chose to obediently follow the doctor's orders to use a diuretic, and several other mainstream medicines.  I did not try to sway him, but did several times remark about what a powerful dream he had.  In my view, it was telling him that just about everything you need can be found in nature, and all you need to be able to use these things intelligently is to consult with an herbalist.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on May 17, 2018, 07:06:24 AM
Such a positive and hopeful dream!  :)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on May 18, 2018, 12:00:06 AM
The night before last I dreamed of my mother and aunt Mary, who is my father's sister, so both sides of the family were there, and both in waking life are deceased.   I dreamed both mom and aunt Mary came in, and both were dressed in black from head to toe, including hat, and it looked like what would be called funeral clothing, although nowadays most folks don't dress like that.  But dreams are so symbolic...

Anyway, they walked in and I was happy to see them, and put my arms around mom and was smiling and feeling cheerful, but neither mom or aunt Mary was smiling, and they both were somber and quiet.  I woke up shortly and realized the black clothing was indeed meant to symbolize funeral clothing.  And it ties in with a dream I had many years ago of my sister (who now lives in coastal Florida) where I saw her in that dream floating face down in water as far as the eye can see.  It was nothing but her and the water.  She was motionless.

I can write this because none of my family would ever visit a site such this, as they are not ready for anything out of the mainstream.
ilinda, thanks very much for sharing your dream.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on May 18, 2018, 12:00:49 AM
I'm about to ask the Florida sister is she ever has dreams that seem important.

Please let us know if she answers you on this...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on May 18, 2018, 07:35:07 PM
I'm about to ask the Florida sister is she ever has dreams that seem important.

Please let us know if she answers you on this...
Will let you know.  She rarely mentions her dreams, but does show a lot of interest when I tell her of an unusual one of mine.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on May 18, 2018, 08:01:37 PM
I had a dream last night which might relate to future events also.  In this one I was waiting for hubby to return from a trip and I was apparently with some friend it seemed, and I commented that I was waiting for him to return.  Then I noticed him about 100-150' away through the trees, and it appeared he was back home and getting out of the car, or standing by it.

Fast forward just a few seconds, as I then remembered I had to go somewhere, so I got in the car, and began driving, and turned on the radio, as I always do to keep alert.  But all of the stations were different.  (In real life we keep most of the stations tuned to St. Louis stations, as the powerful transmitters can be received "down here".)

I kept pressing each of those 6 station knobs, and nothing was familiar.  Each press of one of the six pre-set station knobs would show on the "screen" or "viewfinder" or "dial" two station call numbers simultaneously, as if they were both coming in, and both broadcasting the same thing.  But the one listed on top was always an Illinois station, and the one on the bottom was somewhere I didn't know.  I'll try to show what I saw in the dream:

           IL  101.1         IL 104.2           IL 105.4         IL 106.5           IL 106.8          IL 107.2
            ??  740.2       ??  765.1          ?? 880.6          ?? 902.7          ??  1010.4       ??  1410.9
             Knob #1          Knob #2          Knob #3          Knob #4          Knob #5          Knob #6

I was going to try to change one or more of them so I could  receive familiar programming, and think I even tried, but woke up.

Upon awakening, I realized this might mean there may not be any broadcasting coming out of St. Louis at all at some point in the future.  After all, it is on the Mississippi River and the New Madrid Fault line has a "finger" that runs up the Miss. River. 

I'm even wondering if there is some emergency management planning order, that upon some catastrophic even such as New Madrid awakening, that emergency broadcasting would take over all public airwaves.  I may be reading more into this dream than is there, but this dream, for me, is actually powerful.  It actually ties in with several other dreams I've had over the recent years, suggesting St. Louis will not fare well in near future.

Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on May 19, 2018, 04:49:22 AM
Wow Ilinda, such a detailed dream - and it's amazing that you are able to recall it to that degree!

Am guessing that some Executive Order indeed exists decreeing seizure of airways.  Were you "hearing" anything at all of an emergency broadcast from the channels?

Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on May 19, 2018, 12:25:10 PM
Wow Ilinda, such a detailed dream - and it's amazing that you are able to recall it to that degree!

Am guessing that some Executive Order indeed exists decreeing seizure of airways.  Were you "hearing" anything at all of an emergency broadcast from the channels?
No, didn't hear anything that I can remember.  I do have a dream/vision journal by the bedside and always document them, with drawings if needed.  I try to write them down while they're still fresh in my mind.

(Note:  I realize I may have led readers to believe those numbers were exactly what I saw in the dream.  I filled them in, so it could be easily envisioned.  But the first one for Illinois was something like 101.1 or 110.1 or something similar.  It seemed fairly clear, and the others I don't remember exactly, but the layout was as shown, and I knew for certain all the ones along the top row were IL stations.  Edited 5-19-18)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on May 21, 2018, 07:51:38 PM
I'm about to ask the Florida sister is she ever has dreams that seem important.

Please let us know if she answers you on this...
This is somewhat difficult to write and admit.  I was contemplating how I would phrase the question to FL sister re dreams, when I received a copy of an email that was never meant to be copied to me.

The copied email I received was first from one sister to the other, then a reply from the other back to the first sister, and in the second mailing, somehow I got inadvertently copied and thus received both emails.  OMG, I was stunned to see how very negatively and disparagingly they were talking about me.  I am still somewhat in shock.  Not angry, but in shock.

Because of their obvious hostility toward me, I am right now finding it impossible to enter into any communication with either of them.  We've had our ups and downs over the years but in recent times I actually thought our relationships were fairly good and had normalized.

 I guess reading text on a computer screen, without the eye contact, physical presence, intonation, body language,  and the like, makes it more difficult to glean genuine feelings and motives!  So, sorry Yowbarb, but I feel like I'm letting you down for now.  If I can muster up what it takes to behave as if I never saw the unintended email, then I'll contact her about her dreams, then will get back with you.

Also, I'll call you if I have any dreams I think you should hear about immediatley.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on May 22, 2018, 03:54:33 AM
Ilinda, I'm so sorry to hear that you were hurt in such a painful and undeserved manner.  You are such a blessing in our lives here in TH!

Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on May 22, 2018, 02:20:29 PM
Ilinda, I'm so sorry to hear that you were hurt in such a painful and undeserved manner.  You are such a blessing in our lives here in TH!
Well, thank you for your kind and encouraging words.

Here is another plan.  Decades ago my mother lived in FL and she often spoke highly of one set of neighbors, which I did meet and also felt they were perfect neighbors and friends for an elderly widow.  I plan to call them and gently inquire if they have any sense of danger, via dreams, daydreams, etc., and I feel they will be forthright.  At least it's something.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on May 23, 2018, 06:13:44 PM
Hopefully Yowbarb, especially, sees this.

So far, haven't had the nerve to call the family who was former neighbor of my mother.  I have located them through peoplefinders.com and know it is the same family.

So, today while walking along my path, I paused near Cedar and just casually said, "one day soon I'm going to climb up into your upper branches and ask you about the safety of Florida."  Immediately the response was, "Get out.  Get out now."

Well, that is some information I was looking for and didn't even get a chance to climb high into Cedar's branches.  I may still do that, but in the meantime, Cedar's message about Florida is clear.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on June 02, 2018, 08:28:01 PM
Two nights ago I dreamed another "radio dream" in which this time I was indoors and went to turn on the radio, which momentarily lit up, actually sort of flared up brighter than usual, then faded out, then off within another second or two.  That was it.  No reception of any kind, and as if the radio is totally dead.

Mentally, I tie this dream to the one (posted May 18) where I dreamed I was going to change the car radio station, only to discover nothing was coming in from St. Louis, which is where most of the six station buttons are set.

 In a real life playout of this type of thing, it seems this most recent dream could occur first.  Then after whatever has caused radio reception to disappear, (?for everybody?), somehow civil defense broadcasting would be ready to take over the airwaves.  They are dreams, and nothing more, so I need to remember they might not be prophetic at all--maybe just anxiety dreams!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on June 02, 2018, 09:18:31 PM
I'm about to ask the Florida sister is she ever has dreams that seem important.

Please let us know if she answers you on this...
This is somewhat difficult to write and admit.  I was contemplating how I would phrase the question to FL sister re dreams, when I received a copy of an email that was never meant to be copied to me.

The copied email I received was first from one sister to the other, then a reply from the other back to the first sister, and in the second mailing, somehow I got inadvertently copied and thus received both emails.  OMG, I was stunned to see how very negatively and disparagingly they were talking about me.  I am still somewhat in shock.  Not angry, but in shock.

Because of their obvious hostility toward me, I am right now finding it impossible to enter into any communication with either of them.  We've had our ups and downs over the years but in recent times I actually thought our relationships were fairly good and had normalized.

 I guess reading text on a computer screen, without the eye contact, physical presence, intonation, body language,  and the like, makes it more difficult to glean genuine feelings and motives!  So, sorry Yowbarb, but I feel like I'm letting you down for now.  If I can muster up what it takes to behave as if I never saw the unintended email, then I'll contact her about her dreams, then will get back with you.

Also, I'll call you if I have any dreams I think you should hear about immediatley.

ilinda, I just saw your reply... Oh, you're not letting me down at all. I'm just so sorry that the hostility was divulged to you that way...
That is shocking.
I grew up without a sister, not even aunts or female cousins living nearby... so I maybe that is why never really learned to get along well with women...I remember considering many females gossipy into gamesmanship too much, bitches, etc. disloyal and etc. I forced myself ot expand my viewpoint more, late and to think about humanity as a whole...

As the mother of four daughters (one son) I have learned a lot in past few decades. I do know that sisters will blow off steam to one another. One sis will be closer for awhile...One may be on the outs" for awhile...

Question: Was the hostility anything to do with your beliefs, spiritual matters or coming cataclysms... (Only if you want to say what it was.)
Again, I am so sorry...
I know you are not asking for advice her it is: Do let them know, right away you did read what they wrote about you. Point blank ask what the deal is, and let them know you did not know they felt that way, and ask if anything can be done about it.
Hostility like that can make me physically ill (like flu) etc. so it is good to bounce it back at a person... Don't take it in and let it injure you, bounce it off...
Blessings...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on June 03, 2018, 05:28:38 AM
Like Barb, I didn't grow up with sisters either, just lots of brothers, so my understanding is probably skewed, and I too have been shy around competitive women but highly value nurturing women - in fact find them priceless.

Conversely, due to primogeniture (being first-born), I find myself needing to be careful to moderate my own tone so as not to come off sounding bossy 8)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on June 03, 2018, 09:35:12 PM
I'm about to ask the Florida sister is she ever has dreams that seem important.

Please let us know if she answers you on this...
This is somewhat difficult to write and admit.  I was contemplating how I would phrase the question to FL sister re dreams, when I received a copy of an email that was never meant to be copied to me.

The copied email I received was first from one sister to the other, then a reply from the other back to the first sister, and in the second mailing, somehow I got inadvertently copied and thus received both emails.  OMG, I was stunned to see how very negatively and disparagingly they were talking about me.  I am still somewhat in shock.  Not angry, but in shock.

Because of their obvious hostility toward me, I am right now finding it impossible to enter into any communication with either of them.  We've had our ups and downs over the years but in recent times I actually thought our relationships were fairly good and had normalized.

 I guess reading text on a computer screen, without the eye contact, physical presence, intonation, body language,  and the like, makes it more difficult to glean genuine feelings and motives!  So, sorry Yowbarb, but I feel like I'm letting you down for now.  If I can muster up what it takes to behave as if I never saw the unintended email, then I'll contact her about her dreams, then will get back with you.

Also, I'll call you if I have any dreams I think you should hear about immediatley.

ilinda, I just saw your reply... Oh, you're not letting me down at all. I'm just so sorry that the hostility was divulged to you that way...
That is shocking.
I grew up without a sister, not even aunts or female cousins living nearby... so I maybe that is why never really learned to get along well with women...I remember considering many females gossipy into gamesmanship too much, bitches, etc. disloyal and etc. I forced myself ot expand my viewpoint more, late and to think about humanity as a whole...

As the mother of four daughters (one son) I have learned a lot in past few decades. I do know that sisters will blow off steam to one another. One sis will be closer for awhile...One may be on the outs" for awhile...

Question: Was the hostility anything to do with your beliefs, spiritual matters or coming cataclysms... (Only if you want to say what it was.)
Again, I am so sorry...
I know you are not asking for advice her it is: Do let them know, right away you did read what they wrote about you. Point blank ask what the deal is, and let them know you did not know they felt that way, and ask if anything can be done about it.
Hostility like that can make me physically ill (like flu) etc. so it is good to bounce it back at a person... Don't take it in and let it injure you, bounce it off...
Blessings...
Thank you for your thoughtful comments, Barb.  In a nutshell, both sisters have always claimed "Linda was the favorite", and that has influenced their thinking and actions on many fronts.  Even though I do not believe it was true, that is their belief and nothing that I know of is going to jar them back to reality.

And in addition, as you mentioned my "beliefs, spiritual matters"...etc., are another issue.

If I do decide to inform them of my receipt of that email not intended for my eyes, I'll let you know their reaction.  I am definitely not angry, not hostile, and actually feeling somewhat empowered.  Sounds bizarre, but it is sort of like, "The Truth Will Set You Free".  Now I know not to expend much energy on people who are hostile--it is best to conserve one's energy and use it for higher purposes.  A time may come when we will need spiritual energy in amounts greater than in use today and that is what I am preparing for.

I keep looking at one of my notebooks where I have made notes on the practice of Hara, which in essence is a practice in which the practitioner mentally envisions the intake of spiritual or universal energy, and then directing that energy to a sort of reservoir behind the navel, where it can be amplified and/or stored for later use.  There's a bit more ot it, but you get the drift.  It is said that some energy healers use the energy they have "saved" and "amplified" in their Hara.  Sort of gotten off track of dreams a bit!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on July 10, 2018, 10:49:22 AM
On Sunday, July 8, we found a frantic call on our recorder from a friend who was talking so fast it mostly unintelligible, but I did hear "come to the farmhouse as soon as possible", among only a few other recognizable words.  We discovered the call about 30 minutes after it was made, and rushed to their farm, where we encountered the caller, along with some relatives and other neighbors, and the caller's husband who was "out of his mind", and whose behavior and speech was totally bizarre. 

Caller's husband was transported via ambulance, accompanied by sheriff to local hospital, where among other things they determined he was on meth.

Then that night I had a dream about the caller and myself.  In the dream I was sort of counseling her, and had her move to the adjacent room where she could practice what she would say to her husband.  While she was "practicing", I could hear her yelling and screaming very loudly and angrily, so then I realized I would have to be very careful about exactly what I say to her, as it also involves her very volatile husband.  Extreme caution would be needed.

Once her practice was over and we were sitting together, I told her, while still in the dream:
You've gone about as far as you want to go in this quest for death, and I've gone about as far as I want to go in this quest for death.   Then I awoke.

I realized he is killing himself, and may possibly kill her too, and that if I appear to be meddling in the affairs of someone so unstable, that he could kill me as well.  I did tell her of the dream last night, and it gave us both goosebumps to talk about the dream, and things related.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on July 10, 2018, 11:03:08 AM
Ilinda, it's so good that you were able to interpret this dream right away, and especially able to discuss it with your friend, as delicate as the situation was.  Must be a strong friendship!

I'm also receiving impressions that it's becoming more dangerous to "meddle" in certain situations, even situations in which we've been welcome, active and indispensable in the past.  New energies present.  While the aware are ascending and evolving, certain others, who may not even be fully human, may be devolving, so as to become more than one step away from us taxonomically.  This may be partly due to personal choices, and partly due to being occupied by dark energies that cause the individuals simply to be unable to make the leap at this time.  Perhaps they'll have an opportunity at another time more conducive.

Am also getting a sense that there is one key way of discerning the difference between the two types of humans present on earth right now:

The false ones have quite a lot at stake in perpetuating a contrived narrative about life, themselves, others, etc.  Any light shed upon this tightly woven viewpoint is absolutely painful to them and violently rejected.  Any person attempting to illuminate these dark corners is to be dispensed with, ostracized, ridiculed, slandered, marginalized and made an example of.  The humans who cling to such fantasies are able to convince themselves of their reality, and would make good actors and actresses.

Evolving humans hunger and thirst for the truth above all else.  They can be tactful about what they view in the world around them as long as no one appears to be getting hurt.  If anyone starts getting hurt, innocents in particular, then Ascending humans are inherently compelled to speak up and intervene, regardless of whether there is blowback.  They may be labeled tactless, gossips, and any number of other appelations in an effort to silence them.  Conversely, the most cunning of the unevolved may attempt a pretense of caring about innocents, but only if it furthers an agenda.

Because the two types of humans are interpreting reality in opposite ways, they find themselves unable to communicate, socialize, reconcile, or even to agree upon a common history.  The chasm between the two camps is broadening at this time, and they may no longer be able to interface, survive or thrive in the same location as one another.  Truthers may need to lie low until an event happens to remove one group or the other entirely, as incoming energies which evolve them will madden the others.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on July 10, 2018, 08:44:50 PM
Ilinda, it's so good that you were able to interpret this dream right away, and especially able to discuss it with your friend, as delicate as the situation was.  Must be a strong friendship!

I'm also receiving impressions that it's becoming more dangerous to "meddle" in certain situations, even situations in which we've been welcome, active and indispensable in the past.  New energies present.  While the aware are ascending and evolving, certain others, who may not even be fully human, may be devolving, so as to become more than one step away from us taxonomically.  This may be partly due to personal choices, and partly due to being occupied by dark energies that cause the individuals simply to be unable to make the leap at this time.  Perhaps they'll have an opportunity at another time more conducive.

Am also getting a sense that there is one key way of discerning the difference between the two types of humans present on earth right now:

The false ones have quite a lot at stake in perpetuating a contrived narrative about life, themselves, others, etc.  Any light shed upon this tightly woven viewpoint is absolutely painful to them and violently rejected.  Any person attempting to illuminate these dark corners is to be dispensed with, ostracized, ridiculed, slandered, marginalized and made an example of.  The humans who cling to such fantasies are able to convince themselves of their reality, and would make good actors and actresses.

Evolving humans hunger and thirst for the truth above all else.  They can be tactful about what they view in the world around them as long as no one appears to be getting hurt.  If anyone starts getting hurt, innocents in particular, then Ascending humans are inherently compelled to speak up and intervene, regardless of whether there is blowback.  They may be labeled tactless, gossips, and any number of other appelations in an effort to silence them.  Conversely, the most cunning of the unevolved may attempt a pretense of caring about innocents, but only if it furthers an agenda.

Because the two types of humans are interpreting reality in opposite ways, they find themselves unable to communicate, socialize, reconcile, or even to agree upon a common history.  The chasm between the two camps is broadening at this time, and they may no longer be able to interface, survive or thrive in the same location as one another.  Truthers may need to lie low until an event happens to remove one group or the other entirely, as incoming energies which evolve them will madden the others.
You are probably correct as I agree 100%.  There are some who I am feeling more and more dissociated from all the time and it is as if we are drifting farther and farther apart--in a massive way.  Am betting others are feeling the same feeling of alienation from a number of people in their lives with whom they used to be close.

And your comment about evolving humans vs. devolving humans makes me think of "speciation", that process (if I understand it correctl) where members of the same species can, over time, diverge enough that at some future point, the two branches may no longer be able to reproduce with each other, becoming two separate species.  Maybe speciation is in the beginning stages.

Last but not least, my friend and her husband dropped by tonight to tell of her dream from last night.  I'll call her A and will refer to him as Jay.  After hearing of my dream, A and Jay discussed his problem at length with much soul searching.  Then last night she had a powerful dream, whose most important points I'll share.

In her dream, A and Jay were in the bathroom (where drugs were formerly done) and Jay was lifeless, but A kept shaking him, rubbing him arms, etc., trying to get him to wake up.  She did everything to bring him back, and he still seemed totally lifeless.  She took his pulse and could find none and thought he must be dead.  She started screaming. 

At some point she realized she was surrounded by a lot of people and they were all yelling "Quest For Death!  Quest For Death !  Quest For Death!" repeatedly, and she would scream for them to "Stop IT!".  Then they would all reply, "We cannot help you.  We cannot help you." and then they would return to their chanting Quest For Death....

She realized that every single one of the people chanting "Quest for Death" were her dead relatives and she recognized grandmothers, aunts, uncles, grandfathers, etc., all of them dead.  Then suddenly during their chanting, J's father (who died about 10 years ago) appeared right up in A's face, and he screamed/yelled as loud as he could, up close and personal, "WAKE UP!.  Then A woke up.

Interestingly, A had never met Jay's father, as he died before A and Jay met, but her description of him in the dream matched his appearance right down to the red shirt and hole-y jeans which he often wore! 

After her dream, A and Jay had more soul searching discussions and Jay seems like a changed person ( he woke up!) and of course A told him if he even backslides once, it's over.  I sense he has seen the light (did wake up) and am feeling upbeat for him and them.  Feeling good right now.

Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on July 11, 2018, 04:38:28 AM
What a wonderful occurrence of awakening Ilinda!  Many prayers that he'll stay on the path now.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on July 11, 2018, 07:34:24 PM
What a wonderful occurrence of awakening Ilinda!  Many prayers that he'll stay on the path now.
Thank you so much as they deserve goodness in their lives.  I'm certainly praying, hoping, meditating, and wishing them well on their path to wholeness.  I cringe at their dietary habits but know unless asked, it's best not to give unsolicited food advice.  Still I cringe and hope.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on August 05, 2018, 02:01:02 AM
I'm about to ask the Florida sister is she ever has dreams that seem important.

Please let us know if she answers you on this...
This is somewhat difficult to write and admit.  I was contemplating how I would phrase the question to FL sister re dreams, when I received a copy of an email that was never meant to be copied to me.

The copied email I received was first from one sister to the other, then a reply from the other back to the first sister, and in the second mailing, somehow I got inadvertently copied and thus received both emails.  OMG, I was stunned to see how very negatively and disparagingly they were talking about me.  I am still somewhat in shock.  Not angry, but in shock.

Because of their obvious hostility toward me, I am right now finding it impossible to enter into any communication with either of them.  We've had our ups and downs over the years but in recent times I actually thought our relationships were fairly good and had normalized.

 I guess reading text on a computer screen, without the eye contact, physical presence, intonation, body language,  and the like, makes it more difficult to glean genuine feelings and motives!  So, sorry Yowbarb, but I feel like I'm letting you down for now.  If I can muster up what it takes to behave as if I never saw the unintended email, then I'll contact her about her dreams, then will get back with you.

Also, I'll call you if I have any dreams I think you should hear about immediatley.

ilinda, I just saw your reply... Oh, you're not letting me down at all. I'm just so sorry that the hostility was divulged to you that way...
That is shocking.
I grew up without a sister, not even aunts or female cousins living nearby... so I maybe that is why never really learned to get along well with women...I remember considering many females gossipy into gamesmanship too much, bitches, etc. disloyal and etc. I forced myself ot expand my viewpoint more, late and to think about humanity as a whole...

As the mother of four daughters (one son) I have learned a lot in past few decades. I do know that sisters will blow off steam to one another. One sis will be closer for awhile...One may be on the outs" for awhile...

Question: Was the hostility anything to do with your beliefs, spiritual matters or coming cataclysms... (Only if you want to say what it was.)
Again, I am so sorry...
I know you are not asking for advice her it is: Do let them know, right away you did read what they wrote about you. Point blank ask what the deal is, and let them know you did not know they felt that way, and ask if anything can be done about it.
Hostility like that can make me physically ill (like flu) etc. so it is good to bounce it back at a person... Don't take it in and let it injure you, bounce it off...
Blessings...
Thank you for your thoughtful comments, Barb.  In a nutshell, both sisters have always claimed "Linda was the favorite", and that has influenced their thinking and actions on many fronts.  Even though I do not believe it was true, that is their belief and nothing that I know of is going to jar them back to reality.

And in addition, as you mentioned my "beliefs, spiritual matters"...etc., are another issue.

If I do decide to inform them of my receipt of that email not intended for my eyes, I'll let you know their reaction.  I am definitely not angry, not hostile, and actually feeling somewhat empowered.  Sounds bizarre, but it is sort of like, "The Truth Will Set You Free".  Now I know not to expend much energy on people who are hostile--it is best to conserve one's energy and use it for higher purposes.  A time may come when we will need spiritual energy in amounts greater than in use today and that is what I am preparing for.

I keep looking at one of my notebooks where I have made notes on the practice of Hara, which in essence is a practice in which the practitioner mentally envisions the intake of spiritual or universal energy, and then directing that energy to a sort of reservoir behind the navel, where it can be amplified and/or stored for later use.  There's a bit more ot it, but you get the drift.  It is said that some energy healers use the energy they have "saved" and "amplified" in their Hara.  Sort of gotten off track of dreams a bit!

ilinda, heck, how did I miss your post. :)
Thanks for this post of yours and the insight it gives...
That is VWD - very well done on inflowing the truth...
I can understand what you said about feeling empowered... Reality is actually empowering, even if harsh, puts you in charge...
You are strong!!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on August 05, 2018, 02:10:48 AM
On Sunday, July 8, we found a frantic call on our recorder from a friend who was talking so fast it mostly unintelligible, but I did hear "come to the farmhouse as soon as possible", among only a few other recognizable words.  We discovered the call about 30 minutes after it was made, and rushed to their farm, where we encountered the caller, along with some relatives and other neighbors, and the caller's husband who was "out of his mind", and whose behavior and speech was totally bizarre. 

Caller's husband was transported via ambulance, accompanied by sheriff to local hospital, where among other things they determined he was on meth.

Then that night I had a dream about the caller and myself.  In the dream I was sort of counseling her, and had her move to the adjacent room where she could practice what she would say to her husband.  While she was "practicing", I could hear her yelling and screaming very loudly and angrily, so then I realized I would have to be very careful about exactly what I say to her, as it also involves her very volatile husband.  Extreme caution would be needed.

Once her practice was over and we were sitting together, I told her, while still in the dream:
You've gone about as far as you want to go in this quest for death, and I've gone about as far as I want to go in this quest for death.   Then I awoke.

I realized he is killing himself, and may possibly kill her too, and that if I appear to be meddling in the affairs of someone so unstable, that he could kill me as well.  I did tell her of the dream last night, and it gave us both goosebumps to talk about the dream, and things related.
ilinda, belated acknowledgement, thanks for sharing this dream.
You are right to avoid getting too closely involved in this situation. Meth heads can become dangerous, I have crossed paths, randomly with them about three times. Each time my life was definitely in danger. Each time I found just the right action or inaction to avoid being murdered on the spot.
Once I had to go out of my building to a phone booth. (Going back a few years here.)  :)
A skinny, nutty-looking man ducked partly inside my booth and said, "I know who YOU are!!" "You slammed the window down on my hand on the bus!"  I said, not much jsut indicated, no I had not done that, then something inside me aligned. I straightened up a bit and looked calmly right at him, looking at him in his eyes. I said nothing. He looked back at me and suddenly startled, he snapped out of it and realized he was acting crazy, and turned around and walked off.
The strange thing is, I think I have ran across this person about there times, once about 1957, once 1968 and then the last time. He did snap out of it, and I'd like to think he stopped using that stuff. Speed freak.

If I had panicked, ran etc. he would have lashed out and hit me. But something told me to just look right at him. It wasn't really a voice of guidance that time, it was my inner Chi coming out for my survival...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on August 05, 2018, 04:02:25 AM
Very wise move Barb.  Demonic influences will argue til the cows come home with words, but not with calm, firm eyes.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on August 05, 2018, 04:08:26 AM
Regarding your sisters' belief Ilinda that you were the favorite:

My father used to always tell me that he preferred talking with me because we "communicated in the Spirit" with each other.  And that was coming from a man who was not religious.

Maybe you have a depth of Spirit that your sisters do not?  :)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on August 06, 2018, 02:10:28 PM
On Sunday, July 8, we found a frantic call on our recorder from a friend who was talking so fast it mostly unintelligible, but I did hear "come to the farmhouse as soon as possible", among only a few other recognizable words.  We discovered the call about 30 minutes after it was made, and rushed to their farm, where we encountered the caller, along with some relatives and other neighbors, and the caller's husband who was "out of his mind", and whose behavior and speech was totally bizarre. 

Caller's husband was transported via ambulance, accompanied by sheriff to local hospital, where among other things they determined he was on meth.

Then that night I had a dream about the caller and myself.  In the dream I was sort of counseling her, and had her move to the adjacent room where she could practice what she would say to her husband.  While she was "practicing", I could hear her yelling and screaming very loudly and angrily, so then I realized I would have to be very careful about exactly what I say to her, as it also involves her very volatile husband.  Extreme caution would be needed.

Once her practice was over and we were sitting together, I told her, while still in the dream:
You've gone about as far as you want to go in this quest for death, and I've gone about as far as I want to go in this quest for death.   Then I awoke.

I realized he is killing himself, and may possibly kill her too, and that if I appear to be meddling in the affairs of someone so unstable, that he could kill me as well.  I did tell her of the dream last night, and it gave us both goosebumps to talk about the dream, and things related.
ilinda, belated acknowledgement, thanks for sharing this dream.
You are right to avoid getting too closely involved in this situation. Meth heads can become dangerous, I have crossed paths, randomly with them about three times. Each time my life was definitely in danger. Each time I found just the right action or inaction to avoid being murdered on the spot.
Once I had to go out of my building to a phone booth. (Going back a few years here.)  :)
A skinny, nutty-looking man ducked partly inside my booth and said, "I know who YOU are!!" "You slammed the window down on my hand on the bus!"  I said, not much jsut indicated, no I had not done that, then something inside me aligned. I straightened up a bit and looked calmly right at him, looking at him in his eyes. I said nothing. He looked back at me and suddenly startled, he snapped out of it and realized he was acting crazy, and turned around and walked off.
The strange thing is, I think I have ran across this person about there times, once about 1957, once 1968 and then the last time. He did snap out of it, and I'd like to think he stopped using that stuff. Speed freak.

If I had panicked, ran etc. he would have lashed out and hit me. But something told me to just look right at him. It wasn't really a voice of guidance that time, it was my inner Chi coming out for my survival...
Extremely fascinating experience(s) with the speed freak/methhead, and am betting the times you have encountered the guy, it was truly one and the same.  For some karmic reason, you two were meant(?) to interact.  Maybe the last time was when you summoned from the depths of your internal, wise spirit the energy needed to let him know you have no fear and he'd best be on his way.

What you describe in your encounter where you calmly stared at him reminds me of Suomo (sp) wrestlers.  Before a match, it is said, that when you see each of them crouched down, looking down, but nearly head to head, that each one is having an inner conversation with his own "higher mind" or "subconscious", and is sending the message of victory for self and defeat for the other.    In your case, your Inner Spirit or Spiritual Wise Mind (or whatever term we want to use) knew what to do and did it, and maybe even without your conscious awareness sent the message to speedfreak, "get out of here, she is very powerful and don't mess with her ever again."
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on August 06, 2018, 02:15:21 PM
Regarding your sisters' belief Ilinda that you were the favorite:

My father used to always tell me that he preferred talking with me because we "communicated in the Spirit" with each other.  And that was coming from a man who was not religious.

Maybe you have a depth of Spirit that your sisters do not?  :)
It's difficult for me to be objective about comparing spirituality of my own, versus that of sisters, but of the many things I've mentioned to them that are spiritual, such as conversing with my friend, Cedar, or paying attention to dreams, there is rarely any reaction, and usually silence. 

Once I sent a link to one sister about something happening in her locale, and wondered if she knew anything about this incident, she replied, "I don't go to those radical websites!".  So I never did learn if she knew anything about the incident!  LOL
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on August 06, 2018, 02:51:45 PM
... certain others, who may not even be fully human, may be devolving, so as to become more than one step away from us taxonomically.  This may be partly due to personal choices, and partly due to being occupied by dark energies that cause the individuals simply to be unable to make the leap at this time.  Perhaps they'll have an opportunity at another time more conducive.

Am also getting a sense that there is one key way of discerning the difference between the two types of humans present on earth right now:

The false ones have quite a lot at stake in perpetuating a contrived narrative about life, themselves, others, etc.  Any light shed upon this tightly woven viewpoint is absolutely painful to them and violently rejected.  Any person attempting to illuminate these dark corners is to be dispensed with, ostracized, ridiculed, slandered, marginalized and made an example of.  The humans who cling to such fantasies are able to convince themselves of their reality, and would make good actors and actresses.

... blowback.  They may be labeled tactless, gossips, and any number of other appelations in an effort to silence them.  Conversely, the most cunning of the unevolved may attempt a pretense of caring about innocents, but only if it furthers an agenda.

Because the two types of humans are interpreting reality in opposite ways, they find themselves unable to communicate, socialize, reconcile, or even to agree upon a common history.  The chasm between the two camps is broadening at this time, and they may no longer be able to interface, survive or thrive in the same location as one another.  Truthers may need to lie low until an event happens to remove one group or the other entirely, as incoming energies which evolve them will madden the others.
I read this about four times today and it really resonates with me at this juncture.  I need to re-read it a few more times....thank you for this, RR.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on August 12, 2018, 02:23:43 PM
A few months ago I had a dream which I also posted here today:
https://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,384.msg106311.html#new

The dream came after weeks, or months of experimenting with daily use of homeopathic wild yam, in which I was attempting to determine the correct (optimum) potency of the prep.  I had started at 1C, and gradually worked up to 19C and ready to begin 20C when I had this short snippet dream:
The last thing before I awoke, a voice said very clearly:

"End this.  It's like larkspur.  It's deadly."   Then I awoke.  The dream in essence told me that homeopathy is not a toy and not to be taken lightly, or taken like most people pop vitamin pills.  Homeopathic remedies can be extremely potent, and I had sort of lost sight of that in my quest to maximize the use of wild yam and its properties.  Lesson learned!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on September 05, 2018, 02:43:22 AM
ilinda, thanks for sharing this...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on March 10, 2019, 11:32:16 AM
A couple of nights ago I dreamed of two of the most beautiful dresses I've ever seen.  They appeared to be silk and were not plain, but definitely not fancy, maybe classy.

One was the deepest, richest royal blue, and the other was the most intense emerald green and each dress was totally gorgeous, and they may have been identical, except for the color.

I was wearing the blue one one day, and the next day I wore the green one.  Then the day after that I put the blue one back on.  So, in essence I only wore the green one one day, and it seems the blue one, before and after.

I'm wondering if wearing the green dress--for one day only--somehow relates to a group meditation I'm about to participate in?  I've not studied what the colors mean, and maybe need to see what colors relate to chakras.  Aside from these questions, I'm not sure what to think. 

It was a pleasant dream because the dresses were so beautiful, and I rarely wear dresses in "real life" here on the farm where I'm usually in torn blue jeans, mud-spattered hats, coats, gloves, etc.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on March 10, 2019, 11:42:28 AM
There are lots of ancient analogies of putting on wedding attire and wedding guest attire in preparation for ascension.  Sometimes called "garments of holiness" etc.  Perhaps the dream is a confirmation that you're ready, or preparing?  Also we've had a recent discussion about cleansing internally before the upcoming meditation...

Blue=Living mostly in the head, intellectually?

Green=Transitioning to the heart, even for a special occasion?

Back to Blue=Maybe switching back to what's comfortable for a time?

Better yet:

Blue: Envisioning something (the meditation that we've discussed) with the third eye

Green: Feeling it into reality (the event)

Blue: Continuing to envision and co-create other things into existence?

(http://thepowerofhappy.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/What-Your-Seven-Chakras-Say-About-Your-Happiness-.jpg)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on March 11, 2019, 02:23:03 PM
Looking at your chart makes it all make sense.  I'm usually focusing on having my third eye "on call" at all times. 

But the moment the upcoming honeybee meditation begins,  but I must focus on the heart/my heart and the vibes that connect through all of our hearts to our beloved honeybees. 

Maybe it's also a reminder that both the third eye and the heart can be the object of focus at the same time, and I don't need to jump back and forth.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on March 11, 2019, 02:34:21 PM
I feel that I need a larger understanding of the whole topic of chakras.  Maybe one of our Mods could do a tutorial that goes beyond this chart?

Will just note that for some reason, any time a teacher switches into using Sanskrit words, my brain fogs up, so anything in simple English would be deeply appreciated!  :)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on March 12, 2019, 02:58:33 PM
Same here with my brain and Sanskrit terminology.  Or for that matter, anything not in English.  I'm all for learning foreign languages, and regularly use duolingo.com for Spanish, but when trying to learn something basic such as chakras and things related, I want something I can remember!  Not words that are already foreign sounding.  That's best left to the "learning a new language" department.

I'll find a topic somewhere here on the TH and post what little I know about chakras.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on March 12, 2019, 03:00:53 PM
A couple of nights ago I dreamed of two of the most beautiful dresses I've ever seen.  They appeared to be silk and were not plain, but definitely not fancy, maybe classy.

One was the deepest, richest royal blue, and the other was the most intense emerald green and each dress was totally gorgeous, and they may have been identical, except for the color.

I was wearing the blue one one day, and the next day I wore the green one.  Then the day after that I put the blue one back on.  So, in essence I only wore the green one one day, and it seems the blue one, before and after.

I'm wondering if wearing the green dress--for one day only--somehow relates to a group meditation I'm about to participate in?  I've not studied what the colors mean, and maybe need to see what colors relate to chakras.  Aside from these questions, I'm not sure what to think. 

It was a pleasant dream because the dresses were so beautiful, and I rarely wear dresses in "real life" here on the farm where I'm usually in torn blue jeans, mud-spattered hats, coats, gloves, etc.

I always consider it a good sign of bodily and brain health, spiritual health when a person has a beautiful dream with vivid colors. That is a good thing.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on March 12, 2019, 04:05:42 PM
Thanks Ilinda - looking forward to it!  :)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on August 06, 2019, 04:30:41 PM
I had a dream last night warning me about driving up to ATM's during hours when the bank or facility is closed and unstaffed.  In the dream, I had waited in line behind one other vehicle at our credit union's ATM during off-daylight hours such as on a Sunday.  The driver in front of me moved forward when he was done, but didn't drive off, and I assumed that he was just double-checking his receipts.  I went ahead and drove up to the machine to do my transaction, but another driver drove up behind me, and I was completely hemmed-in by the front and back vehicles, which turned out to be working together to rob whomever they could trap in the middle.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on August 06, 2019, 05:23:06 PM
OMG, this might be a prophecy dream.  Didn't you think that?  That dream wasn't your typical symbols and pictures dream that has to be analyzed once you awaken.  I think you saw what could easily happen to you or anyone else unaware of how the creeps work together.

Keep us updated if you see a situation unfolding similar to your dream.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on August 06, 2019, 08:38:41 PM
I had a dream last night warning me about driving up to ATM's during hours when the bank or facility is closed and unstaffed.  In the dream, I had waited in line behind one other vehicle at our credit union's ATM during off-daylight hours such as on a Sunday.  The driver in front of me moved forward when he was done, but didn't drive off, and I assumed that he was just double-checking his receipts.  I went ahead and drove up to the machine to do my transaction, but another driver drove up behind me, and I was completely hemmed-in by the front and back vehicles, which turned out to be working together to rob whomever they could trap in the middle.

RR I totally agree with ilinda, your dream really does seem like a prophecy dream.  Your dream is valuable because it gives a glimpse into possible "future crimes" which would occur
when an economy breaks down and/or a cataclysm scenario.
Taking cash out of the bank is a thing now...
One security thing we do in our family, when one of us goes to the bank at night, the person does not go alone, someone else is along for security. Of course, without bulletproof glass for the car and bulletproof tires and a good gun for self defense, having someone ride along might not guarantee safety.
I'd say we all may avoid nighttime trips to the bank as much as possible. I suppose the safest thing would be to go during banking hours, with someone in the car, waiting in the loading zone right near the entrance. The other person comes out with the cash withdrawal promptly hops in the car. If anyone is lurking nearby, wait for him to leave etc. Also in that case, bank security could be notified.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on August 07, 2019, 05:10:40 AM
Agreed!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on August 15, 2019, 06:22:45 AM
I had a really strange dream last night:

I had visited a new physician, who was unusually gifted in being able to do a comprehensive physical without any sort of contact or conventional testing.  The examination room was full of his collection of antique and unusual clocks. 

He remarked during the exam that I was pregnant, though I'm past that age, and that I had two cavities forming in one tooth (he seemed to be both doctor and dentist!).  :)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on August 15, 2019, 05:47:37 PM
Oh, my, this will need a bit of study!  I love this dream as it seems so full of symbolism.  More later....
(Have you dusted off those maternity outfits?) 
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on August 16, 2019, 11:35:28 AM
Ha ha ha!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on August 16, 2019, 12:47:30 PM
I had a really strange dream last night:

I had visited a new physician, who was unusually gifted in being able to do a comprehensive physical without any sort of contact or conventional testing.  The examination room was full of his collection of antique and unusual clocks. 

He remarked during the exam that I was pregnant, though I'm past that age, and that I had two cavities forming in one tooth (he seemed to be both doctor and dentist!).  :)
The new physician who doesn't need conventional test equipment or physical contact, seems to represent a wholistic/holistic type of doctor/healer.

The collection of antique and unusual clocks must surely represent something about time or our perception of time.  "Antique and unusual" says they were not all antique.  Perhaps some of the unusual clocks could read the future?  The old and the new.

The two cavities forming in one tooth?  Could a cavity represent the space reserved for the growing fetus, a space which continues to grow (form)?  So could it be each cavity represents a growing fetus?    Twins--I knew it!

I'd love to hear your own interpretation of this very unusual dream.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on August 16, 2019, 02:27:42 PM
Very interesting about the twins.  I was expected by my family to produce twins, as is the rule in our family tree, but thwarted them and instead had "Irish twins": two boys born roughly a year apart, but who do everything together and have all of their friends in common.

Interesting also about the connection to time, past and future.  I've been explaining to the boys that they currently have their feet in two worlds simultaneously: earning IT degrees that may soon be moot, but which are useful in the current Old World, and saving funds to replace an old car with one that won't need to be put in the repair shop every month, but which also may not transfer well into the New World.

And have personally been feeling caught in between worlds myself, and wishing for the New World to get here quickly, though the birthing pangs may be dreadful.  Won't it be nice to be on the other side of all that?

Good analysis Ilinda!  :)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on November 12, 2019, 01:03:28 AM
I've had a coupe of dreams lately that might not be significant to anyone but me. They seemed to be what i call future track dreams and i feel like i have been getting a glimpse of descendants, I'm talking on into the future when this lifetime of mine is over. 

May have got a glimpse of a descendant college girl sorta like my granddaughter in England but dark-haired and with a different last name . She was young, living in a college dorm, very high spirited and independent...

Earlier than that,  Nov 06, exact dream notes when I woke up: 

Vague recollections, forgetting oh yes, children I think they were
seemed like future track, odd little independent boy living in McDonalds, apartment
above. Two sisters too. Different room. Intelligent, calm and independent. I seemed to know them they barely looked at me or noticed... Not sure any of them saw me. I think descendants of mine in the future.



Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on November 12, 2019, 01:05:18 AM
Very interesting about the twins.  I was expected by my family to produce twins, as is the rule in our family tree, but thwarted them and instead had "Irish twins": two boys born roughly a year apart, but who do everything together and have all of their friends in common.

Interesting also about the connection to time, past and future.  I've been explaining to the boys that they currently have their feet in two worlds simultaneously: earning IT degrees that may soon be moot, but which are useful in the current Old World, and saving funds to replace an old car with one that won't need to be put in the repair shop every month, but which also may not transfer well into the New World.

And have personally been feeling caught in between worlds myself, and wishing for the New World to get here quickly, though the birthing pangs may be dreadful.  Won't it be nice to be on the other side of all that?

Good analysis Ilinda!  :)

R.R. I got a kick out of your description of your sons being "Irish twins," I really like that.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on November 12, 2019, 03:44:41 AM
 ;)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on November 12, 2019, 03:48:47 AM
What a privilege to get to see them ahead of time!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on November 12, 2019, 05:41:05 AM
What a privilege to get to see them ahead of time!

Yes, that was nice. :)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on January 18, 2020, 07:02:53 PM
Last night I dreamed at least three dreams, each of which was about the fraud of natural gas.  Absolutely all night I was dreaming about some sort of problem, such as illegality, or toxicity or ?? involving natural gas.

In the first dream I specifically recall that "56 of the 77 were considered (toxic or tainted or a word like that)".  It involved the natural gas being sold.  There was so much said that I cannot recall.  The final dream ended with "Natural Gas is a Scam!".

When I awoke I was drained from these single-theme dreams.  The night reminded me of the night a few years ago when I felt "almost asleep" all night long, very restless, and dreamed constantly of being bombarded with radioactive fallout.  When I finally checked the area with my radiatiion monitor, readings were indeed elevated to levels I had not seen before (in this area).

We do not use natural gas here, as we did when we lived in St. Louis, when we heated and cooked with it, as do most other St. Louisans.  Not sure what to make of this except, the content of the dreams made me wonder if there is some new scam in which toxic waste has been "gasified", and now it's being sold as natural gas!  Yikes if that is true.

Or, how else could natural gas be a scam?  Any ideas are welcome on this strange one!
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 18, 2020, 07:55:18 PM
ilinda,  I just want to acknowledge your dream and say, I will be looking at it more.
It sure seems to me that this is a spiritual awareness dream, something the spirit is aware of - trying to go to the conscious waking mind.

IMHO: Sometimes in these dreams the words aren't quite what the actuality is...

I once had this intense warning dream about "red beans". Very intense. Next day all over the news, was the horrible Bengazi attack and killing of American diplomat, Stevens. I saw the news and wondered if it could be connected but (how the heck could red beans have anything to do with such an event?) 

Days or weeks later I randomly came across a description of weapons and "RPGs" came up.
Well I am not going to insist that my intense warning dream about an imminent horrible event involving "RED BEANS"  was related to RPGs, but to me the connection is real.

I do really feel you are on to something and I would like to mull over your dream more...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on January 19, 2020, 07:58:25 AM
Ilinda, I can easily imagine PTB inserting a toxic additive to urban and suburban natural gas that is mass-delivered by pipeline to homes.  Seems that privately delivered on-site propane would be an exception, which many preppers use.

You may have seen warnings posted by individuals witnessing what happens to certain not-so-old big box store buildings which are suddenly closed and then refurbished into something else inside, including an odd new HVAC system with visible overhead pipes...with the suggestion being that the next time concentration camps are in use, the agricultural means may not exist to house detainees for a lengthy period of time, so the "final solution" may be utilized very early in the game...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on January 19, 2020, 06:04:03 PM
ilinda,  I just want to acknowledge your dream and say, I will be looking at it more.
It sure seems to me that this is a spiritual awareness dream, something the spirit is aware of - trying to go to the conscious waking mind.

IMHO: Sometimes in these dreams the words aren't quite what the actuality is...

I once had this intense warning dream about "red beans". Very intense. Next day all over the news, was the horrible Bengazi attack and killing of American diplomat, Stevens. I saw the news and wondered if it could be connected but (how the heck could red beans have anything to do with such an event?) 

Days or weeks later I randomly came across a description of weapons and "RPGs" came up.
Well I am not going to insist that my intense warning dream about an imminent horrible event involving "RED BEANS"  was related to RPGs, but to me the connection is real.

I do really feel you are on to something and I would like to mull over your dream more...
Interesting parallel!  Have you noticed that the Subconscious or Higher Self or however we want to term it, occasionally will come up with a word or term, just as your RED BEANS, that is only close, but not exact to something it represents?  When this happens, I sometimes wonder (seriously) if some of these "puzzles" are more or less a test to see if you can eventually decipher the dream? 

Here is the tail end of a dream with an example of what we are both talking about.  Long story short, hubby and I were in the airport near where you go through a checkpoint, when he or I pointed to one of the airport officials and said loudly:  "BUMPUS!".  When I awoke I wondered why on earth would either of us point at someone and call that person a "bumpus" which I figured was a version of bumpkin, as in country bumpkin. 

But on reflection, I realized I/he was saying "Bump  us" from the flight!    It's not an exact analogy, but close to what we're talking about.

Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on January 19, 2020, 06:09:28 PM
Ilinda, I can easily imagine PTB inserting a toxic additive to urban and suburban natural gas that is mass-delivered by pipeline to homes.  Seems that privately delivered on-site propane would be an exception, which many preppers use.

You may have seen warnings posted by individuals witnessing what happens to certain not-so-old big box store buildings which are suddenly closed and then refurbished into something else inside, including an odd new HVAC system with visible overhead pipes...with the suggestion being that the next time concentration camps are in use, the agricultural means may not exist to house detainees for a lengthy period of time, so the "final solution" may be utilized very early in the game...
You are right about what you  write in the first paragraph.  It reminds me of those "T- valves" that some were discussing about 10 years ago that some municipalities were installing, incorporated into the water lines.  The T-valves had two connections:  one to the water line, and another one which supplied the T-valve line with "something" else, but who knows what?  I saw pictures and it appeared the water main was a larger pipe, so the smaller pipe hooked to the T-valve would/could add some ingredient to the household's water supply w/o their knowing it.  Further, a specific household could be targeted.  Never followed up on this.

And I've seen the occasional reports of a large big box store being shuttered, but then refurbished as something else, but not open to the public.  Yet.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 19, 2020, 07:02:28 PM
ilinda,  I just want to acknowledge your dream and say, I will be looking at it more.
It sure seems to me that this is a spiritual awareness dream, something the spirit is aware of - trying to go to the conscious waking mind.

IMHO: Sometimes in these dreams the words aren't quite what the actuality is...

I once had this intense warning dream about "red beans". Very intense. Next day all over the news, was the horrible Bengazi attack and killing of American diplomat, Stevens. I saw the news and wondered if it could be connected but (how the heck could red beans have anything to do with such an event?) 

Days or weeks later I randomly came across a description of weapons and "RPGs" came up.
Well I am not going to insist that my intense warning dream about an imminent horrible event involving "RED BEANS"  was related to RPGs, but to me the connection is real.

I do really feel you are on to something and I would like to mull over your dream more...
Interesting parallel!  Have you noticed that the Subconscious or Higher Self or however we want to term it, occasionally will come up with a word or term, just as your RED BEANS, that is only close, but not exact to something it represents?  When this happens, I sometimes wonder (seriously) if some of these "puzzles" are more or less a test to see if you can eventually decipher the dream? 

Here is the tail end of a dream with an example of what we are both talking about.  Long story short, hubby and I were in the airport near where you go through a checkpoint, when he or I pointed to one of the airport officials and said loudly:  "BUMPUS!".  When I awoke I wondered why on earth would either of us point at someone and call that person a "bumpus" which I figured was a version of bumpkin, as in country bumpkin. 

But on reflection, I realized I/he was saying "Bump  us" from the flight!    It's not an exact analogy, but close to what we're talking about.

ilinda, it is heartening to read your posts... You do know about that phenomenon...  I also feel the dream content is almost coded...
But I also feel, if I were of a higher perception I would know more enough to actually help... I am sure there are people who can do that...
"BUMP US!"  That has got to mean something...
Were you and your husband intending to go on a flight any time soon? If not I wonder what the symbolism could be.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 19, 2020, 07:04:45 PM
None of these necessarily fit ... (?)

http://www.dreammoods.com/dreamdictionary/a2.htm   Airplane
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 19, 2020, 07:06:42 PM
http://www.dreammoods.com/dreamdictionary/f2.htm  Flight

Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on January 20, 2020, 05:36:29 AM
Quote
Long story short, hubby and I were in the airport near where you go through a checkpoint, when he or I pointed to one of the airport officials and said loudly: "BUMPUS!".  When I awoke I wondered why on earth would either of us point at someone and call that person a "bumpus"

Most famously, "Bumpus" was the loudly cursed off-camera owner of the notorious pack of dogs that stole the Christmas turkey in A Christmas Story  :)

(https://media.giphy.com/media/LNxoEoMKsLEZdx8b73/giphy.gif)
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on January 20, 2020, 06:07:03 PM
ilinda,  I just want to acknowledge your dream and say, I will be looking at it more.
It sure seems to me that this is a spiritual awareness dream, something the spirit is aware of - trying to go to the conscious waking mind.

IMHO: Sometimes in these dreams the words aren't quite what the actuality is...

I once had this intense warning dream about "red beans". Very intense. Next day all over the news, was the horrible Bengazi attack and killing of American diplomat, Stevens. I saw the news and wondered if it could be connected but (how the heck could red beans have anything to do with such an event?) 

Days or weeks later I randomly came across a description of weapons and "RPGs" came up.
Well I am not going to insist that my intense warning dream about an imminent horrible event involving "RED BEANS"  was related to RPGs, but to me the connection is real.

I do really feel you are on to something and I would like to mull over your dream more...
Interesting parallel!  Have you noticed that the Subconscious or Higher Self or however we want to term it, occasionally will come up with a word or term, just as your RED BEANS, that is only close, but not exact to something it represents?  When this happens, I sometimes wonder (seriously) if some of these "puzzles" are more or less a test to see if you can eventually decipher the dream? 

Here is the tail end of a dream with an example of what we are both talking about.  Long story short, hubby and I were in the airport near where you go through a checkpoint, when he or I pointed to one of the airport officials and said loudly:  "BUMPUS!".  When I awoke I wondered why on earth would either of us point at someone and call that person a "bumpus" which I figured was a version of bumpkin, as in country bumpkin. 

But on reflection, I realized I/he was saying "Bump  us" from the flight!    It's not an exact analogy, but close to what we're talking about.

ilinda, it is heartening to read your posts... You do know about that phenomenon...  I also feel the dream content is almost coded...
But I also feel, if I were of a higher perception I would know more enough to actually help... I am sure there are people who can do that...
"BUMP US!"  That has got to mean something...
Were you and your husband intending to go on a flight any time soon? If not I wonder what the symbolism could be.
For now, am thinking "Bump us!" reflects our stance that we are the ones calling the shots when it comes to not getting on an airplane, rather than the usual situation where you have your ticket and boarding pass, and then someone bumps you (for reasons you might never know), so "they" are in charge of whether you travel by air or not.

Maybe dream was telling us that if we DO make reservations to fly, don't do it.  That's the best I can cone up with at this point.

On the other issue of how the HigherSelf/Subconscious sends us messages in dreams, I have come to truly believe that the longer you do dream interpretation, the more info. you will get, and also some of the dream symbolism and content will be quite challenging, almost as if the Subconscious is saying to you, "try to figure this one ou!"   
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on January 20, 2020, 06:08:46 PM
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Long story short, hubby and I were in the airport near where you go through a checkpoint, when he or I pointed to one of the airport officials and said loudly: "BUMPUS!".  When I awoke I wondered why on earth would either of us point at someone and call that person a "bumpus"

Most famously, "Bumpus" was the loudly cursed off-camera owner of the notorious pack of dogs that stole the Christmas turkey in A Christmas Story  :)

(https://media.giphy.com/media/LNxoEoMKsLEZdx8b73/giphy.gif)
That's hilarious!  In thinking about the dream, am guessing we weren't refering to the owner of the pack of dogs.  But thanks for enlightening me.
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: R.R. Book on January 24, 2020, 10:46:08 AM
Not sure if this dream from last night implies a cataclysm or not:

It began, as best as I can remember, in present time, and although I wasn't directly viewing society deteriorate because of being indoors at the moment, I felt strongly aware of having been surrounded outside by an oppressive darkness descending upon the community.  Some family members and others were with me, though I don't remember a clear roster of which ones, just a sense of well being that all the most important ones were present.  Enough that I felt complete, as if we moved together as one soul group wherever we went.

At one point, our soul group felt a distinct sense that "now" was the time to leave, and we took nothing with us but each other.  As we stepped out of the warm house into the night, there was a thick fog, and we followed a path through dense woods.  We moved quickly and quietly, making an effort not to be noticed. 

(https://www.azutura.com/media/catalog/product/cache/52/image/650x/040ec09b1e35df139433887a97daa66f/W/S/WS-42464_WP.jpg)

When the path exited the deep woods, it came to bright daylight in a rural hamlet, in which the path continued through seemingly endless farm fields where there was no main road in sight. 

Before progressing on through the fields, we paused to look back at the dark woods which we had left behind, and in the rear-viewed distance as far back in the woods on the path as we could see was a black horse, large enough that he fully blocked the beginning of the path where we had come from, should we have chosen to return.  We had a sense that his presence was foreboding, but also that we were not in any danger from him. 

(https://external-content.duckduckgo.com/iu/?u=https%3A%2F%2Fbesthqwallpapers.com%2FUploads%2F12-9-2016%2F8425%2Fthumb-small-horse-forest-black-horse-horses.jpg&f=1&nofb=1)

It was not a difficult choice to turn around and continue forward on the path through the rural village, and I would have enjoyed remaining there. 

(http://photos1.blogger.com/blogger/22/1274/1600/GrandmaMoses.0.jpg)

On the other side of the village, still on the path through fields, we came to a windrow of freshly mown hay, and made our beds there for the night.  A farmer was walking his dog nearby, but he didn't notice us burrowed in the hay.

(https://www.whytes.ie/images/archive/20160725/8_1.jpg)

 Our feeling was one of relief, that we had made the journey from the dark place to the bright one, and because we were all together.

Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: Yowbarb on January 24, 2020, 11:17:00 AM
R.R. wow this is a truly beautiful post you have created.
Thank You for sharing...
Title: Re: Your dreams which are not necessarily cataclysmic
Post by: ilinda on January 24, 2020, 06:20:31 PM
I second that.  And that horse blocking the return path, as you suggest, was perhaps a reminder that "you can't go back".