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Re: Nightmares

Postby MetalHead » Thu Aug 24, 2006 8:31 am

Fakeblue wrote:
Fakeblue wrote:
MetalHead wrote:i haven't got a specific nightmare ..
but one dream I remember is when me and
my friend went to a gas station, then my friend
went down with the gas-station owner to a lake.

my friend never came back 8O


Thank you for that. I never read any serious stuff about dreams analysis so what I'm gonna try to do is probably a croke of shit but would you allow me to ask few questions in order to try to understand your nightmare ?


Oops ! Sorry man, I just realized my question was very undelicate, that's none of my business. forget about it.


no problem.
I don't think it meant anything really.
this was 3-4 years ago, and this friend and I are still friends :)

I remembered another dream I had where the drummer in
my band at the time stole my candy-bag 8) I've also rigged a
rides at a fair ;)

as I kid I remember I dreamt that a dinosaur was walking up the
mainstreet in my town and I was on a rooftop, jumped on to the
dinosaurs head and rode it :twisted:
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Re: Nightmares

Postby Gutterflower » Thu Aug 24, 2006 9:06 am

Dean and Doobie-I believe you two! I haven't experienced anything in my house...but about 20 years ago, my best friend and I were riding down the road when all of a sudden we saw this white dove coming at us. It suddenly disappeared. We looked at each other and were like, "Did you see that?" and then all of a sudden, both of us burst into tears for no reason! It was freaky. But then two weeks later, her older brother was killed suddenly in a one car accident. We came to the conclusion that it was related to that. Maybe not, but it was the weirdest thing...

As for nightmares, luckily I haven't had one since I was a little kid. Most of the time I don't remember my dreams anyway. Probably a good thing! :)
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Re: Nightmares

Postby frethead » Thu Aug 24, 2006 7:44 pm

Wow! Cool shit! Check this out.
I was going to New Life Bible college in Cleveland, Tennessee ( that's ten-Nes-see, I was corrected a hundred times) back in '88, and we were required to be at the church whenever the doors opened. So, I'm sittin' in the church listening to this guest pastor, or whomever, ( the school and church were full gospel/non-denominational) and I'm getting restless. I walked through the front door and lit a smoke, stood there for a little while before heading down the sidewalk. Then I see that guest speaker standing there with his arm around a small person that's kind-of hunched over looking. After noticing me and asking me to come over, the guest speaker guy asks me to escort ("our brother"), this little guy, into the church so we can pray over him. He told me that the little guy had been attacked by members of a rival biker gang from Chattanooga ( about fifteen minutes south), and his arm had been broken, like, badly. The bones were sticking out near his wrist, and it was gruesome looking with torn flesh and dried blood. The little dude was total yuck; dirty-nasty, and stunk like all-hell of liquor, too. There was shit in his gnarly-looking beard, his greasy, dirty T-shirt was shredded, and all. While he slightly resisted my directing him toward the church, I put my hand on his shoulder and walked with him into the church.
So, we get to the front of the church , someone started to pray for him on the stage, and little guy starts kind-of twisting and turning, while I'm hearing this super gutteral, low roaring/moaning kind-of voice or noise that seemed to be coming from, like, somewhere but nowhere in particular. Well, eventually five or six men had come down from the stage and from the pews, and were holding this little guy down on his side. Dude, that voice/noise never stopped, and this guy was chucking guys away from him, not like flying through the air ten feet or anything, but away from him. I was in on the laying on of hands and speaking of tongues after he sort-of settled down. One of the assistant pastors or whatever was exorcising and praying, and it was, like, really exciting and scary.
After what seems like half an hour of everyone in the building earnestly praying and speaking in tongues and doing all of that, the little guy kind-of turned his face up from the ground with this great big smile! Just as clean and cherubic looking as a child in a Norman Rockwell painting, and with bright exuberance in his eyes, this guy says "Thank you, Jesus!" Dude, we kind-of step back to give him room to stand up, I cannot tell a lie, and the odor of alcohol is gone, he's so clean that I'm thinking he has changed his clothes, AND HIS ARM WAS HEALED!!! Whew, I haven't thought about that in dog years!
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Re: Nightmares

Postby Fretman » Fri Aug 25, 2006 4:05 pm

This nightmare belongs to a friend of mine, but I thought it was funny so I'll share it.

He had a loose tooth that wouldn't come out, so un unknown creature tied a big ziplock bag of vomit around the tooth to try and extract it. No lie...his dream, not mine.

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Re: Nightmares

Postby Fakeblue » Sat Aug 26, 2006 4:41 am

Well guys, I don't know what to think about all that supernatural, occult, wicca sorcery stuff whatever you call it. As I said before I've seen a glass moving on a table, but there's a rational explanation...perphaps we were so desperate to see it move that some of us we pushed it or dragged it toward the letters....You know if that sort of phenomenon really exist then why science doesn't look after it ? I sense your answers here, you're gonna say scientists are too stuborn and narrow minded to consider supernatual things. I think that's wrong. Science is capable to open its doors for new things. For instance, accupuncture remained in asian countries for years, until the day europeans scientists looked after it and proove its efficiency. Today in France accupuncture is taught in university. This shows the scientific medical field can consider new stuff. So how is it that all these strange spirit voices ghost things remain in the darkness ?

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Re: Nightmares

Postby Gutterflower » Sat Aug 26, 2006 5:39 am

Fakeblue wrote:You know if that sort of phenomenon really exist then why science doesn't look after it ?


How do you know they don't? :wink: Just because it's not publicized or well known doesn't mean it's not being researched. I've always thought that our government conducted those kind of experiments out in the desert e.g. Area 51 or Hangar 18. I could definitely see the premise of Stephen King's book Firestarter being true to life.
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Re: Nightmares

Postby Deansolo » Sat Aug 26, 2006 9:08 am

Fakeblue wrote:Well guys, I don't know what to think about all that supernatural, occult, wicca sorcery stuff whatever you call it. As I said before I've seen a glass moving on a table, but there's a rational explanation...perphaps we were so desperate to see it move that some of us we pushed it or dragged it toward the letters....You know if that sort of phenomenon really exist then why science doesn't look after it ? I sense your answers here, you're gonna say scientists are too stuborn and narrow minded to consider supernatual things. I think that's wrong. Science is capable to open its doors for new things. For instance, accupuncture remained in asian countries for years, until the day europeans scientists looked after it and proove its efficiency. Today in France accupuncture is taught in university. This shows the scientific medical field can consider new stuff. So how is it that all these strange spirit voices ghost things remain in the darkness ?


Think what ever you want man. I'm not going to try to convince you, or anyone to believe in ghosts or whatever. I know what I know, and that's that. End of story.

Oh yeah....about the glass moving....well, when I was a little kid my sister and her friends used to play with a Ouija Board. Now, I'm not going to blame the Ouija Board on the supernatural happenings in our house, but I'm sure it had an effect. These days you won't catch me anywhere near of that kind of thing. I've experienced the effects first hand.

BTW, my advice to anyone interested in the Ouija Board or any other type of Oracle: Be careful what you ask for...you may end up regretting it.
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Re: Nightmares

Postby Fakeblue » Sat Aug 26, 2006 9:20 am

Gutterflower wrote:
Fakeblue wrote:You know if that sort of phenomenon really exist then why science doesn't look after it ?


How do you know they don't? :wink: Just because it's not publicized or well known doesn't mean it's not being researched. I've always thought that our government conducted those kind of experiments out in the desert e.g. Area 51 or Hangar 18. I could definitely see the premise of Stephen King's book Firestarter being true to life.


Well, the Internet first was a military device. It was made to allow soldiers to keep in touch in case all telephone lines went down. 10 or 15 years later the internet became public. Why the government would be the only organisation to have good scientists? You know so many scientific discoveries were made by people around the world with very little budgets sometimes. Like this monk whose name I forgot living all alone in his Covent. He made up the basis of genetics by observing small young green peas growing under different varieties. Einstein hated the army and was working alone when he came up with E=mc². The French Chemist Pierre Curie didn’t work for the government when he came up with his discoveries on magnetism. Same for Sigmund Freud, he set up all the psychoanalysis stuff on his own. God knows the realms of the human mind are very abstract and wide, but he could finally put them down. Of course his work has been criticized, but he proves you don't have to be a government 'big tie' to lead a research. If The Buddhist monks or the Indus could set up something particularly abstract and extra-sensorial such as the meditation discipline on their own then why can't they look after gifts like ‘telepathy’?

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Re: Nightmares

Postby frethead » Sat Aug 26, 2006 2:15 pm

Every single bit of knowledge is complimentary, and curiosity is the essence. My suggestion to you, Fakeblue, would be that you do some research and stop waiting for the answers to be brought to you. Since you are so obviously curious, we all may benefit from your findings! For instance, my Taoist arts sifu Ken Cohen ("google him," if you'd like to) participated in what has come to be known as "The Copper Wall tests," and has been the key speaker in numerous International Internal Energy Summits. Intriguing, yes? Well, there's some food for thought, bud.

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