Rainbows; red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. Finding the pot of gold at the end of it, like a gold-digging leprechaun. Colors symbolizing the moods for auras, tradition, and maybe even society. From my first entry for sharing my experiences I mentioned a huge rainbow, gray dark clouds, and feeling a familiar presence. A couple of weeks ago, I was told that there was a rainbow outside, but I couldn't see it because I was working at my job at Safeway, and the windows were facing the other way. I couldn't help but feel that the rainbow from this one memory from long ago could be connected to when I died in my sleep.
When I was around 5, maybe 6, years old, in my hometown of Alaska, my family just got done eating at a Chinese restaurant. My parents took my older brothers and sister out to eat, and they drove home. While they were parking, I happen to sit right in the middle of the driver and passenger seat and looked up. I saw SEVEN rainbows. It was close to sunset, the clouds were all around, the sky was grey, but I saw those rainbows. I tried to get my family to see it too, but they were preoccupied with trying to get all of us inside of our old apartment.
Even we got out of the car, I still looked up and saw four huge rainbows in a square, two smaller like opposite of each other, and one thin and it towered all the others. I have no idea what those rainbows mean, but I can only guess that it's a small revelation to my death experience. Like, they mean something for only me. I can't remember if I actually small enough to when my grandmother died and when I saw those seven. Or it might be mean the seven arch angels, or what? Id likes to know about those rainbows.
Rachal, it's a girl's name that I remember from a dream. I wanted to write something and a beautiful girl asked me and my best friend to spell her name. My best friend spelled R-A-K-E-A-L, and I spelled R-A-C-H-E-A-L. She said that I was the closest, to R-A-C-H-A-L, and that I either gained 3 days, or 3 years. I have no I idea what that means. I'd like to know.