Have you ever had a dream or a premonition that came true? Have you been experiencing vivid dreams, visions, or premonitions about major earth changes?
If so, I'd love to about them.
Premonition, from the Latin prae “before” and monere “warn”, means a glimpse of the future, a feeling, sense, knowing, or dream that something (good or bad) is about to happen. They have been documented for years, even in The Bible.
Premonitions come in different forms, from dreams (or nightmares) to messages from spirit to intuition (gut feeling), often accompanied by uneasy feelings or anxiety. They can warn of disaster or a health crisis or predict something pleasurable, like winning lottery numbers. Sometimes they involve just a casual knowing, like who will be calling before the phone rings. They can be vivid or vague and occur while awake or asleep. As we spend about one-third of our lives asleep, premonitions occur most often in dreams. .
Sometimes we are consciously aware of premonitions, and at other times, we receive intuitive subconscious warnings that prompt us to do something without knowing why. Is this all just coincidence or is it something to which we should pay close attention?
Record your dreams and premonitions. Keep a pen and paper or a recorder handy. Whether or not your dream is disturbing, do not to panic. Symbolism plays a large part in dreams and premonitions, so keep an open mind and do not take everything literally.When you awaken from a dream, do not move. Stay in the same position and begin to recall the dream. Then start writing. Be sure to record the date and time of the dream or premonition, and record whatever you can remember, even bits and pieces. Details will come to you as you write. Document even the smallest of details – colors, numbers, and feelings experienced during the dream and upon awakening. Often the little things in dreams convince you the most of their accuracy.
Some premonitions happen right away, some take time to occur, while others never happen at all.
For example, a dream or a feeling prompts a mother to take her baby from its crib shortly before a tree crashes through the house destroying the crib.
- Abraham Lincoln had a prophetic dream of his death and funeral shortly before he was assassinated. In his dream, he heard people crying in East Wing of White House. He went to investigate and was told the weeping was for the President. Just days later, he was shot in Ford's Theatre by John Wilkes Booth. His body was waked in East Wing.
- Dr. Larry Dossey cites the 1950 Beatrice, Nebraska, church explosion, which happened at the time set for choir practice. Nevertheless, on that day, choir members were absent or showed up late for practice – dozens of no-shows for first time ever on the day the church exploded. In his book, "The Power of Premonitions,” Dossey explores such events.
- In April 1912, the Titanic collided with an iceberg and sank on its maiden voyage. What is not commonly known is the ship carried only 58 percent of its passenger load. A group of 22 stokers was late and the captain sailed without them, perhaps saving their lives. Ian Stevenson, a Canadian psychiatrist, recorded more than 19 premonition incidents, some of which involved cancelling reservations after dreaming of the ship's doom. Some survivors said they felt uneasy but sailed anyway.
- Before the Aberfan disaster in Wales in 1966, many people had premonitions of disaster. A student dreamed of going to school and finding no schoolhouse but something black there instead. Shortly thereafter, a slagheap collapsed, inundating the Pantglas Junior School with more 40,000 cubic meters of debris – 116 children and 28 adults died. Surveys taken later showed that, up to two weeks before the disaster, about 200 people had premonitions that included feelings of depression, uneasiness and a sense of "something bad" about to happen, choking sensations and gasping for breath, impressions of billowing black clouds, and children running and screaming.
Trade Tower Premonitions
- One morning in 1993, as Wall Street executive Barrett Naylor stepped off a train in New York’s Grand Central Station, he had a premonition that he should turn around and go home. He listened to his “inner voice.” That day the World Trade Center was bombed. Naylor experienced a similar premonition eight years later, on Sept. 11, 2001. Once again his “inner voice” urged him to go home, which he did. Naylor says he regrets not sharing that message with others, believing it might have saved lives.
Many of those who lost loved ones in the 911 attacks also experienced premonitions..
- Allison Wallace lost her husband John in Tower 1. On that morning before John went to work, she had a dream in which she saw John go into a bright light – uneasy feelings accompanied it.
- David McCourt lost his wife and 4-year-old daughter on United Flight 175. He says his wife spoke of dying six weeks before Sept. 11. As he wished his daughter and wife a safe trip by phone before their flight, he had a premonition. As he stood up to put the phone in the receiver, a flash came into his head, so bright and powerful that it knocked him to the bed. McCourt told ABC News. "I knew in my heart it was a crash."
- Bonnie McEneaney lost her husband Eamon in the attacks. She recalls that before he went to work, Eamon had vertigo and said, “Oh my God, I am just feeling so terrible.” McEneaney says there was no doubt in her mind that he was going to die. Bonnie’s book “Messages: Signs, Visits, and Premonitions from Loved Ones Lost on 911,” includes more than 200 such stories.
Some people are skeptical about premonitions. It is easy to dismiss dreams and premonitions as chance, but these so-called “coincidences” happen far too often to ignore.
Like many people, I have experienced premonitions periodically throughout my life. With all the tension in the world today for so many reasons, including talk of Planet X (Nibiru) and a Pole Shift, many people are having premonitions or disaster dreams.
Are you one of them? If so, please share your dreams and premonitions below.
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