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Premonition Through Text Message?

 

Last night while I was driving home from a place that I will be traveling to a lot in the next few weeks, I had a vision at a stop sign that I would be side-swiped on my side of the vehicle, and as soon as I was hit I went unconscious in my vision. I survived in my vision but could not recollect anything that happened after the accident or even how badly injured I really was. I brushed it off as paranoia and left it at that.

Well, this morning at 11:35, I received a text message from my best friend that said, "Don't drive". I responded to her with questions and wondered why she said that. She had no idea what I was even talking about and swore on our friendship that she never sent that text to me. I had her check her phone's sent box to see if it was in there, and there was no sign of it ever being sent by her phone.

Is this some sort of sign that I will soon be in a terrible accident? Was "someone" trying to communicate with me via text message to save me from something terrible that could have happened to me?

Needless to say, I didn't drive today. But if I were to avoid driving, am I just avoiding the inevitable and changing fate? Is fate even real or can we really change a future that is "set" for?

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blueangel777 (2 stories) (23 posts)
 
11 years ago (2009-10-29)
hi it was your guardian angel who text you not to drive that day at that time, you save your self from a serious accident. Listen to your gut feelings and inner voice and pay attention to your dreams as well. Write them down as you remember it everything you notice etc. Also I was in accident in 2004 and don't remember anything after it, but I had a gut feeling not to get in the truck but I brushed it off. I did get hurt but it took me a while to recover from the accident though. Peace
lrkmedium101 (7 stories) (105 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-12-14)
i think it was a premonition. Once I was sleeping over my friends house and I started crying in the middle of the night and kept saying "my mom, somethings worng with my mom!" to myself. The next day I found out that my step father killed himself.
Best of Luck
❤ Leah
nature_gurl90210 (2 stories) (12 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-12-03)
everything that happens, happens for a reason and you always have to remember that the future is NEVER set stone. It's always changing BECAUSE we are humans. We constantly change our minds and things come up. So if you think you changed your future completely, you probably did by leaving yourself the ability to walk or see or something.

Lot of ❤
Nature_gurl90210
KaraJeanK (2 stories) (7 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-12-03)
hey! I was surprised by your story, I had a dream a while back that something would happen on Nov 10 so I figured that someone close to me would be hurt or pass away (my gma had cancer). I told everyone I knew to be safe not thinking for a second that it was ME that needed to watch out. So November 10th came and a friend called up out of the blue (I had warned her about this day but we both forgot) she invited me to travel with her to a town an hour and a half away with some guy I didn't know. When we both realized what day it was we immediately cancelled our plans to leave. Turns out the person that was going to drive us was caught under the influence that day! Anything could have happened. I haven't felt threatened by it since. So I think that once avoided-it may be behind you now. Just be safe! But sometimes it IS out of our control
Take care and ill be praying for your safety!
Alice_Newton (2 stories) (20 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-12-02)
It looks to be that your friend was telling the truth. Be careful and use your "Road smarts". Heed the warning for a while and "Don't Drive". 🤔
DancingSpirits (1 stories) (1 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-12-02)
Thanks for your feedback. In my vision, I was driving alone on a street that I am familiar with and I remember that I had my hair pulled back and both hands were on the wheel. I was taking a right turn at a four-way stop sign, and I was hit on the left side of my car by another car that didn't see the stop sign. It was daytime in the vision. The only thing I wonder about your comment about if it was meant for me not to drive at 11:35 is that I didn't have any intention of leaving my house at that time. I could understand if I were planning on leaving at 11:35, but I had actually just woken up to start my day. Well, I was supposed to be going to the bank at that time to do a few things, and I really SHOULD have been there by that time, but I slept in late. So maybe it was a sign not to drive at that specific time on that day.
Because of FATE being what it is, did I ruin something about my future? Did I change what will inevitably happen to me? Did I cheat death or a serious accident? I'm sure it may be true that I have, in fact, changed something about my future. But I believe that because I was warned by someone or something not to drive, that I was SUPPOSED to be warned.
Thanks for your input.
jozborn (4 stories) (30 posts)
 
12 years ago (2008-12-02)
You were warned not to drive at 11:35. Why would that particular time have been the time you were contacted? Was it because it would have happened then?

Or was it a warning in general saying not to drive? I doubt that; I think that text message was a one-time deal. It was meant to assure you that your vision WAS a vision.

Try to think back to the vision: what were you wearing? Did you recognize the street? Was there anything of interest about the car you were in, did you notice anything about your nails, your hands? Was it day or night?

Be careful, but don't be paranoid. I have a feeling that you were told not to drive just for that ONE time, not for the rest of your life.

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