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Four Dreams - Interpretation Please

 
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I usually dream, but rarely have nightmares. Last night I had four different disturbing dreams. I wonder if anyone who is knowledgeable about such things might give an interpretation.

First, in my home there were about 20 white birds. Later in the dream about half of them were laying around dead.

Second, I and some family members were eating at a restaurant that was situated on the side of a hill. There were heavy rains and I was worried because the restaurant was up on stilts. I could see water swirling up the hill and urged my companions to leave. They wouldn't. I went to the front of the building and could see water coming up the driveway. I screamed that everyone should get out. I and about a dozen others ran out and then the building collapsed and slid down the hill, along with my family members.

Third, an old friend turned out to be a main operative against my group of rag-tag freedom fighters. Major betrayal and disillusionment.

Fourth, a small child wandered into our group wearing a white paper bag on his head with writing on it. The writing said there was a bomb under there and that if anyone attempted to remove the bag it would explode. A police officer took the boy into an old abandoned school room (with glass door) and tried to remove the bomb. It went off, killing the boy and cop.

Thanks for any suggestions.
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I should also mention that I dreamed of a wall of water chasing people down a narrow street. This was just before the 2005 Tsunami. I also dreamed of two identical apartment buildings standing next to each other and they collapsed one right after the other. This was about a month before 9/11.
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I used to have vivid dreams like that when I was a teenager.

My mum said I should stop eating cheese before bedtime.

She didn't know about the magic mushrooms mind.

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White birds = peace

Dosen't sound good.

Water/Flood - a lot of people seem to be having similar dreams of water surges/floods.

Can't be good.

Friend turing into traitor could mean deception personally or on a global level involving countries once allied becoming enemies.

The last dream sounds horrible! No idea what it means.

Do you eat cheese. Or exotic mushrooms? hf
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I used to have vivid dreams like that when I was a teenager.

My mum said I should stop eating cheese before bedtime.

She didn't know about the magic mushrooms mind.

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White birds = peace

Dosen't sound good.

Water/Flood - a lot of people seem to be having similar dreams of water surges/floods.

Can't be good.

Friend turing into traitor could mean deception personally or on a global level involving countries once allied becoming enemies.

The last dream sounds horrible! No idea what it means.

Do you eat cheese. Or exotic mushrooms? hf
 Quoting: BadMoonRising 373223


Yes, but not before bed! I don't take any intoxicants of any kind. No drugs, alcohol, etc. I agree that they don't sound very good.
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Another thing about the friend/turned traitor. In real life she had nice normal dark blue eyes. In the dream her eyes were a very light gray blue with no pupil.
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suicide bombers came to mind on the last one!
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I usually dream, but rarely have nightmares. Last night I had four different disturbing dreams. I wonder if anyone who is knowledgeable about such things might give an interpretation.

First, in my home there were about 20 white birds. Later in the dream about half of them were laying around dead.

Second, I and some family members were eating at a restaurant that was situated on the side of a hill. There were heavy rains and I was worried because the restaurant was up on stilts. I could see water swirling up the hill and urged my companions to leave. They wouldn't. I went to the front of the building and could see water coming up the driveway. I screamed that everyone should get out. I and about a dozen others ran out and then the building collapsed and slid down the hill, along with my family members.

Third, an old friend turned out to be a main operative against my group of rag-tag freedom fighters. Major betrayal and disillusionment.

Fourth, a small child wandered into our group wearing a white paper bag on his head with writing on it. The writing said there was a bomb under there and that if anyone attempted to remove the bag it would explode. A police officer took the boy into an old abandoned school room (with glass door) and tried to remove the bomb. It went off, killing the boy and cop.

Thanks for any suggestions.
 Quoting: Cryin Wont Help Ya

the dreams all have a common meaning
in any group
you have those who are "alive" and those who are "dead"
if you try to separate them
they will all die
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I usually dream, but rarely have nightmares. Last night I had four different disturbing dreams. I wonder if anyone who is knowledgeable about such things might give an interpretation.

First, in my home there were about 20 white birds. Later in the dream about half of them were laying around dead.

Second, I and some family members were eating at a restaurant that was situated on the side of a hill. There were heavy rains and I was worried because the restaurant was up on stilts. I could see water swirling up the hill and urged my companions to leave. They wouldn't. I went to the front of the building and could see water coming up the driveway. I screamed that everyone should get out. I and about a dozen others ran out and then the building collapsed and slid down the hill, along with my family members.

Third, an old friend turned out to be a main operative against my group of rag-tag freedom fighters. Major betrayal and disillusionment.

Fourth, a small child wandered into our group wearing a white paper bag on his head with writing on it. The writing said there was a bomb under there and that if anyone attempted to remove the bag it would explode. A police officer took the boy into an old abandoned school room (with glass door) and tried to remove the bomb. It went off, killing the boy and cop.

Thanks for any suggestions.
 Quoting: Cryin Wont Help Ya


All the dreams relate to betrayal. The 10 dead white birds; betrayal of peace. Some of your family members being washed away during a rain... water washing family; your subconscious feels there is where the betrayal lies. In your third dream you are betrayed by an old friend, one you cannot trust any longer. The small child represents you. Something you have hidden within your ownself. Self-destructive habits maybe, only you would know.

All that said you are going through a change. You are coming to the realization that you cannot trust those close to you, those of your family. Something comes bubbling up in your subconscious that you are fighting. Something is to materialize in your conscious mind when you are ready to receive the information. I would suggest you meditate on the dreams and see what appears.
The greatest weapon of mass destruction is a closed mind.
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I usually dream, but rarely have nightmares. Last night I had four different disturbing dreams. I wonder if anyone who is knowledgeable about such things might give an interpretation.

First, in my home there were about 20 white birds. Later in the dream about half of them were laying around dead.

Second, I and some family members were eating at a restaurant that was situated on the side of a hill. There were heavy rains and I was worried because the restaurant was up on stilts. I could see water swirling up the hill and urged my companions to leave. They wouldn't. I went to the front of the building and could see water coming up the driveway. I screamed that everyone should get out. I and about a dozen others ran out and then the building collapsed and slid down the hill, along with my family members.

Third, an old friend turned out to be a main operative against my group of rag-tag freedom fighters. Major betrayal and disillusionment.

Fourth, a small child wandered into our group wearing a white paper bag on his head with writing on it. The writing said there was a bomb under there and that if anyone attempted to remove the bag it would explode. A police officer took the boy into an old abandoned school room (with glass door) and tried to remove the bomb. It went off, killing the boy and cop.

Thanks for any suggestions.

the dreams all have a common meaning
in any group
you have those who are "alive" and those who are "dead"
if you try to separate them
they will all die
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 580652


I'm trying to understand what you mean by this. But if I hadn't separated myself from my family in the flood dream we would have all died. As it was, only they died. If the cop hadn't removed the little boy from our group, we would have all died. It seems to me that separation is the key to survival. Yes?
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Jesus said "do not try to separate the wheat from the tares"
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All the dreams relate to betrayal. The 10 dead white birds; betrayal of peace. Some of your family members being washed away during a rain... water washing family; your subconscious feels there is where the betrayal lies. In your third dream you are betrayed by an old friend, one you cannot trust any longer. The small child represents you. Something you have hidden within your ownself. Self-destructive habits maybe, only you would know.

All that said you are going through a change. You are coming to the realization that you cannot trust those close to you, those of your family. Something comes bubbling up in your subconscious that you are fighting. Something is to materialize in your conscious mind when you are ready to receive the information. I would suggest you meditate on the dreams and see what appears.
 Quoting: Simon Templar


Thanks. I appreciate your insight.

I've known I can't trust those around me for many years now. Knowing this has allowed me to love them more deeply. Do you know what I mean? As for myself, I've tried very hard to curtail any self destructive behaviors in the past few years.

I think the dreams go beyond me and my small sphere of influence. However, I know you could be right and it's all just about my psyche. I'm putting the dreams out in this forum partly for my own edification and partly as a time stamped record, in case *something* happens and these dreams may be perceived as a harbinger. It's happened to me before but I didn't have the foresight then to make the dream known before the event happened.
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dreams show us what is influencing our minds
someone wants you to be separated
so, the excuse is that you will die if you are not separated
don't believe something which is fear based
this is how satan manipulates people
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Jesus said "do not try to separate the wheat from the tares"
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While I don't believe in Jesus, the story goes that the wheat and tares are to grow together until harvest at which point the tares are to be burned and the wheat stored in the barn. Whatever that means. I'm not sure how that relates to my dream as I am not a Christian and it doesn't correlate to the dreams' events.
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Humanity has reached a tipping point and we're each being given a choice from a spiritual perspective whether to "stay" and live out whatever is coming on Earth, or to "go" and pass on to the next world. I think you are being emotionally prepared that some of your family members and loved ones will choose to "go." You have chosen to stay, and to ride out the coming storms and be there to help others.

I have similar type dreams where I'm desperately yelling at people, warning them, trying to get them to listen about the danger, but many choose not to. Eventually I move on, along with the others who have chosen life, which is an assorted group of survivors, young and old, rich and poor, black and white; and we all go forward knowing that each has made their choice, there is no right or wrong, just a choice.
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Jesus said "do not try to separate the wheat from the tares"


While I don't believe in Jesus, the story goes that the wheat and tares are to grow together until harvest at which point the tares are to be burned and the wheat stored in the barn. Whatever that means. I'm not sure how that relates to my dream as I am not a Christian and it doesn't correlate to the dreams' events.
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Jesus had total wisdom about human life
his words are principles which guide wise living
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dreams show us what is influencing our minds
someone wants you to be separated
so, the excuse is that you will die if you are not separated
don't believe something which is fear based
this is how satan manipulates people
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 580702


Thank you for your insight. I will take your interpretations under advisement, along with the rest. I do appreciate them.
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Humanity has reached a tipping point and we're each being given a choice from a spiritual perspective whether to "stay" and live out whatever is coming on Earth, or to "go" and pass on to the next world. I think you are being emotionally prepared that some of your family members and loved ones will choose to "go." You have chosen to stay, and to ride out the coming storms and be there to help others.

I have similar type dreams where I'm desperately yelling at people, warning them, trying to get them to listen about the danger, but many choose not to. Eventually I move on, along with the others who have chosen life, which is an assorted group of survivors, young and old, rich and poor, black and white; and we all go forward knowing that each has made their choice, there is no right or wrong, just a choice.
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we don't have the choice to "go" before our time
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Thanks. I appreciate your insight.

I've known I can't trust those around me for many years now. Knowing this has allowed me to love them more deeply. Do you know what I mean? As for myself, I've tried very hard to curtail any self destructive behaviors in the past few years.

I think the dreams go beyond me and my small sphere of influence. However, I know you could be right and it's all just about my psyche. I'm putting the dreams out in this forum partly for my own edification and partly as a time stamped record, in case *something* happens and these dreams may be perceived as a harbinger. It's happened to me before but I didn't have the foresight then to make the dream known before the event happened.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 573770


You are quite welcome, anytime.

When it comes to the subconscious mind there are no limits. You may be correct in that your dreams may go beyond your own internal self in that it happens quite frequently with me. Only you would know that though.

My own experience has been has shown that most of my dreams have to do with what's going on internally with me at the time of the dreams. That said, there have been times when my subconscious has reached beyond my own little world and has shown me things of the present and near future. Those things I will not discuss. Suffice to say, so far, they have all come to pass.

Again, I think you are dealing with something internal. An internal struggle of not giving yourself permission to acknowledge what your subconscious already knows to be true.
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The dead birds could mean a sudden outbreak of bird flu is the first event to trigger the rest.
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Humanity has reached a tipping point and we're each being given a choice from a spiritual perspective whether to "stay" and live out whatever is coming on Earth, or to "go" and pass on to the next world. I think you are being emotionally prepared that some of your family members and loved ones will choose to "go." You have chosen to stay, and to ride out the coming storms and be there to help others.

I have similar type dreams where I'm desperately yelling at people, warning them, trying to get them to listen about the danger, but many choose not to. Eventually I move on, along with the others who have chosen life, which is an assorted group of survivors, young and old, rich and poor, black and white; and we all go forward knowing that each has made their choice, there is no right or wrong, just a choice.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 454822


You struck a chord with me there. Although I am tired and wish I could lay down and pass on to another world, I also desperately want to hang on and help in any way I can. I definately feel something tremendous is coming down on us all. Soon. Thanks so much for your insight and comment!
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The dead birds could mean a sudden outbreak of bird flu is the first event to trigger the rest.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 454822


I had thought of that, too. I left out some details of the dead bird dream. One, that my beloved cat was lying dead along with the birds and that my husband was also lying on the floor. I tried to wake him but he was as though dead. I frantically called "the operator" on the telephone and while I was doing so, my husband sat up with a big grin on his face. He was just joking! And that was the end of that dream. Another betrayal.
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Cool, thanks for responding. I'm working on using my intuition to help people and it's nice to get confirmation. hf
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I usually dream, but rarely have nightmares. Last night I had four different disturbing dreams. I wonder if anyone who is knowledgeable about such things might give an interpretation.

First, in my home there were about 20 white birds. Later in the dream about half of them were laying around dead.
 Quoting: Cryin Wont Help Ya




All four dreams are tied together.

The white birds symbolize the spiritual aspect of your famliy, of which much of what you/they currently believe will be "dying" as the Truth "floods" your life.



Second, I and some family members were eating at a restaurant that was situated on the side of a hill. There were heavy rains and I was worried because the restaurant was up on stilts. I could see water swirling up the hill and urged my companions to leave. They wouldn't. I went to the front of the building and could see water coming up the driveway. I screamed that everyone should get out. I and about a dozen others ran out and then the building collapsed and slid down the hill, along with my family members.
 Quoting: Cryin Wont Help Ya




Along those sayme lines, a "restaurant" is where someone "consumes" nourishment in spiritual terms, and the places your family currently frequents are being innundated in the virtual "monsoon" of the Divine Feminine now sweeping this world. The "stilted" restaurant signifies your current involvement in the male dominated religions of this world, probably Christianity if I had to guess.

Of course your family will never leave their current faulty belief systems, hence the dead "white birds" in your home. It doesn't look like your family members are going to fair so well, you however appear to have a chance.




Third, an old friend turned out to be a main operative against my group of rag-tag freedom fighters. Major betrayal and disillusionment.
 Quoting: Cryin Wont Help Ya




The "old friend" is that same belief system betrayal, in which that which you thought to be "your friend", turns out to be nothing more than an "operative" to keep you spiritually imprisoned.


Fourth, a small child wandered into our group wearing a white paper bag on his head with writing on it. The writing said there was a bomb under there and that if anyone attempted to remove the bag it would explode. A police officer took the boy into an old abandoned school room (with glass door) and tried to remove the bomb. It went off, killing the boy and cop.

Thanks for any suggestions.
 Quoting: Cryin Wont Help Ya



This one's actually pretty funny in what it's saying. The "little boy" with the "word" on his head, is that "explosive Truth" of which I speak. But of course, such is recieved with about as much credibility as the little boy is recieved, even though the "boy" warns you of the "explosive" nature of that Truth.

But, not only do you and your "group" not take interest in what is in/on the head of that "child" (symbolic for new information and new age coming), you/they allow the kid to be hauled off to your old abandoned teachings to be "helped". And although it seems the kid and cop are those hurt, those Truly hurt are those of your group, as they will never hear what the kid had to say.
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Are you, just by chance, taking any codeine? I ask that because it gives me terrifying nightmares when I do. I will not take it no matter how sick or in pain I am. Just thinking of the cough syrup makes me nauseas.

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