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Determining Real Or Irrelevant Connections

 

I had an urge to read my past journal entries yesterday night, felt compelled to click on "Page 7″ (because I've always liked the number 7), and was drawn to an entry titled "A dream", dated 27th Feb 2006. That was written way before I had started my research on the various metaphysical subjects, so I was surprised by the content of my dream back then. Perhaps it was an indication that my interests and life will be heading in that direction, but of course I didn't know nor bothered in anything that's experienced outside of our 5 senses back then.

An excerpt:

"I had the strangest sci-fi / fantasy genre dream last night.

Dreamt that I was riding, through the old dirt roads, misty and dark, with no lights lighting the way except those from my bike. Halfway through, the mist became fog, and I was no longer riding, but walking through the fog. I knew it was dangerous to keep walking into the fog, but I wasn't afraid. I wasn't curious either, but I continued walking.

It became so foggy I could not even see my hands anymore. And at that moment, someone called out to me and grabbed hold of my hands, and led me out of the fog. It was a man, dressed in a smart white shirt, but what striked me was his smile. I felt calm in his presence, and knew he was there to save me. When he led me out, I realized that it was a room I was venturing into. And the moment I stepped out of the room, the door closed and branches or roots sprouted and grew over the door. I would have been trapped if he hadn't led me out.

He said in a calm and steady voice... "You can't just take anyone. There are 2 main types of people in the world. The Healers, and the Destructors. You can't just take anyone."... I was little more than a zombie in the dream. But somehow I knew he was saying that to the forces that tried to get hold of me.

I wasn't afraid though."

This morning, on the way to work, I watched a History series on my phone - Nostradamus Effect, and in that particular episode, it talked about the Hopi prophecy:

"The time will come when from the earth will arise a mystic fog which will dilute the minds and hearts of all people." - Hopi elder, Dan Evehema.

I was jolted by the relevance of my dream, and the Hopi's prophecy.

I believe it was no coincidence that I had that urge to read that particular journal entry yesterday night, and then I came across that particular episode in the series the very next morning.

But I have no idea what this coincidence could possibly mean. Could I have been making irrelevant connections in my head?

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futuredreams (4 stories) (66 posts)
 
9 years ago (2010-06-29)
oh my goodness AnneV I had the exact same dream but I was in my point of view and maybe you are the other woman with me the story "worried about the future"
Rain (4 stories) (191 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-04)
Nah, you got me all wrong! I have a number that 'follows' me as well. I've learned not to pay attention to it, but It's my lucky number as well. (4)

I'm sorry by the way, I should have thought more about what I was typing.
Just because you don't know the meaning doesn't mean it has none, or that it is an IMPORTANT meaning if you get me.

I'm just saying some meaning is there, regardless of whether or not it is something you care about.
Everything has reason to it, even chaos.
Even if that reason is a complete lack thereof.
For this reason, I believe conicidence is merely an illusion brought about by not understanding the true meaning behind things.
In my opinion your dream does indeed have meaning, but I have no idea as to what it may be, or even what the nature of it is.
stardust77 (2 stories) (15 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-04)
Hi both! Really appreciate your responses.:)

AnneV:

I didn't know... That we are eating/drinking such an onslaught of chemicals every day. But it's true that some of the things that people do each day (including myself) are really incomprehensible. Jealous, angry, irrational thoughts penetrate our minds daily (have just been through yet another trying situation at work, but tortured in the knowledge that only I am feeling this way due to my jealousy... Trying to think of how I can change my perspective this time).

But I believe in the inner willpower of every human, and like cockroaches, we will be able to survive anything that's thrown at us over time.

Rain:

Although the people on the site here attribute nothing to mere coincidences, I still think it's important to discern when something is meaningful. For example, I've been infatuated with the number 7 since I was a teenager, because in the class registry, I was placed no. 7 for 2 years. No big deal right? But due to this infatuation, I started noticing 7 and believing it to be my "lucky" number.

Yesterday, I happened to look at my Inbox (I do this several times a day at work). In one of the "To delete" folders (I use a rule to set all the irrelevant mails there), it read in bold 77 unread emails.

Coincidence? Yes. Meaningful? Not really.

So I doubt myself and don't know how to discern anymore.: (
Rain (4 stories) (191 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-03)
Coincidence. I stopped believeing in it a long time ago. I believe fate and luck are two names for the same thing.
They certainly have delivered the same results haven't they?

I recently took a statistics course at my college. It wasn't the point of the course, but a side effect gained from it that I learned: the chances of ANYTHING happening twice are very, very small. The chance of you going right to that entry too, are even smaller.

Coincidence is just a term people use when they want to believe something has no meaning.

Everything has meaning.

Just food for thought.
AnneV (4 stories) (1036 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-03)
That's interesting because just two nights ago I dreamt that some dark governmental force had released something into the air that was causing people to be crazy and destructive. I even used the words "Like zombies" when describing the dream to my husband. Things in society had dramatically derailed and it was pretty much every man for himself.

The subconscious mind is very symbolic so who can say what these dreams mean. Are they suggestive of chemtrails? Toxic rain? The theme between each of these dreams and the Hopi prophecy is consistent though (something bad in the air affecting how people act). But sure, who knows how much is just a coincidence and how much is linking into the same universal knowledge stream. The scary thing is how affected we are by chemicals in general because we ourselves are composed of so many chemicals. It wouldn't take much to throw our systems off or make us do weird things. And it's not just air that can be problematic; I've read countless articles on how drugs are getting into our tap water because filtration systems just can't remove it all. Think of the millions upon millions of people on drugs and that all goes down the toilet in every country. The health from animals to plants to humans have all deteriorated over the decades from pollution. It doesn't take a dream to know that we're heading for deep trouble due to the impact of humans. I wouldn't put it past the people in true control (and I'm not talking the facade of our government) to push for population reduction via any one of these items.

Anne

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