Last night I met THEM...
July 24, 2016 4:53am CST
I like to call myself a “vivid dreamer”. I remember my dreams, very distinctly. Today I woke up at around 3:00 AM, in cold sweat. I saw something...something that shook me to the core: no it was not a nightmare; it was a dream alright (or was it...?). I dreamt I was walking alone, on a wide road. The sky was quickly turning dark, and the clouds sinisterly veiled whatever light was seeping through. The wind was assaulting me. The next thing I remember, I am joined by a group of people. I couldn’t see their faces but can only hear their voices. Together, we witnessed a massive and a strange spacecraft touch down before us. I was scared; but equally curious. We were ushered into the spacecraft. Somebody, I know not who, assured me that it was going to be fine. He has been through this before, he told me. What I saw next, left me stunned! There were people ...or dare I say...aliens? ; walking about in white clothes. They were ‘like’ us; so very ‘similar’ to us; so much alike, that it was hard to believe that they were NOT us. They were definitely NOT us. They showed me things I had never seen before. They asked me questions, and noted my answers diligently. They were about to tell me something...They were about to show me something more...They were taking me somewhere...I snapped my eyes open: I woke up, in cold sweat. Who were they? What did they want? Will they come again? Was I dreaming...or did I enter some other dimension? Some other reality? Extra-terrestrials or Extera-dimensionals? Possible...? Photo Credit- designyourway.net
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25 Jul 16
My dreams on temples are pretty much like that. I have never visited them in real life! But it is pretty much like a ritual...first go here, and complete the ritual then go there, then do it...if the temple is closed..sometimes..it feels terrible...that I reached late.
• Aurora, Missouri
25 Jul 16
Very interesting, Priya! I wonder where you were and who/what they were? I have no idea if that was a dream or something else, either. I would LIKE to know, though! I almost never remember any dreams except that I am racing. I am trying to get somewhere ahead of someone else. Sometimes the other person is chasing me and sometimes just trying to beat me to where ever we are racing. As far as I know, I haven't had that dream in years. Most of the time, I go to sleep and wake up a couple minutes later (subjectively), except hours have passed. I've always wondered what I dream about..... Do you ever wake up, and know something but there is no way you should know that? I do that sometimes. It is a bit creepy!
• Aurora, Missouri
27 Jul 16
@The_Bong_Woman Yes, I can explain what I meant in the last part of my response to you. A while back I dreamed of a former love. She and her new husband were on a flight to somewhere when their plane crashed. I called her and told her I was just checking to make sure they were okay. As we chatted, I casually ask her if they had made plans for any trips coming up... She told me they had planned to leave the next day on a flight to Mexico. I told her about my dream... She and her husband called me the next day. They had decided they would prefer to drive to Mexico rather than fly. It was a good thing, too! She called me while they were driving to Mexico. She called me because they heard on the radio that the plane they were supposed to be on suffered a malfunction and had to return to the airport where it had just taken off from... It didn't crash, like in my dream, but as she said, maybe, because the plane was flying without their weight added to those still on-board it was able to successfully return to the airport instead of crashing.... They called to thank me for suggesting a drive instead of the flight might be the wiser choice. I don't have dreams like that often. Sometimes, I don't know anyone in my dream, so have no one to call and tell about the dream. I don't like that type of dream. I wish I didn't have them.
• Aurora, Missouri
30 Jul 16
@The_Bong_Woman I see... So, while you don't have dreams like mine, you may get another type of warning that something is going to happen... That is very interesting, too. I would like to propose a trade... I would rather not wake up after having a dream like that again. I am outside the dream watching it happen. I can't help anyone or do anything besides watch. You take my dreams and I will take your premonitions. Deal?
7 Sep 16
@SIMPLYD Yes, I am indeed fond of watching horror movies as well as sci-fi flicks and I have been watching them for a long time but I never had a dream like this one ever before. It was so surreal; so weird that I was badly shaken when I woke up. Haha so you are a very tender heart huh?
27 Jul 16
@The_Bong_Woman Like flying in a strange spacecraft that has lost its control... flying me in hazy space hither and thither.. and suddenly I fall from it from a great height...and wake up before I touch the ground..it was a sort of recurring nightmare that I had in my childhood.. ironically I haven't travelled by air yet..
• Midland, Michigan
13 Sep 16
Good picture to go with this post full of questions. Although I enjoy reading books about other dimensions, I know that there are no other ones out there or at least not right now or not yet. I sometimes wonder whether there could be such at thing once the end of this world takes place. I think you had a very vivid dream.
12 Sep 16
@GreatMartin That's okay. Most of the people don't remember their dreams (which leads to some people claiming that they do not dream at all!). As for those who remember, they are able to recall only 60% of their dreams (if Science is to be believed then); the rest is made up by the mind.
24 Jul 16
Sometimes are dreams are symbolic as to what we are facing in our lives. This could possibly be a symbolic dream as to something that you are possibly going through. Dreams are often so mysterious as it deals with our subconciousnes mind things we try to get away from or don't want to deal with in our waking every day world will show up in strange ways through our dreams.
24 Jul 16
@AutumnSnow Yes, I have had those symbolic dreams in the past. True, they do bring up issues we fail to address in our waking moments. Whenever I saw such dreams, upon waking up and a bit of introspection and a little interpretation here and there, I would connect the dots and satisfy myself by recognising the unaddressed problem and find solution for it. This one though was ... eerily different.