I have been having random precognitive dreams for nearly 34 years now.
My teenage and early adulthood years were very difficult for me because discussions on topics such as psychic abilities or experiences were frowned upon. At that time, if a person claimed to have an ability or an encounter, they were usually ridiculed and ignored by accepted circles. I kept my experiences too myself and felt alone for a very long time.
However, recent years have opened new doors for subjects like this one; making it possible for me and people like me to share their stories and support one another. For me, the internet is a great thing!
My story starts in early Jan. 2010. I had a dream of being handed an old fashioned looking airline ticket and the only thing I could see on it was the number eight. I automatically knew this ticket was meant for California and there was a large earthquake coming. I could not figure out what the number eight meant, but I knew it was connected to the earthquake. I explained this dream to my husband and a few close trusted friends. They told me not to think about too much and wait to see what happens. Things were quiet for about six weeks, but I still had the dream in the back of my mind when the radio announced that a 7.2 earthquake stuck the Baja region of southern California. I was staring at the radio with a frozen look on my face.
The next morning, I searched the internet to see exactly where the quake struck. When the google map popped up, the first thing I saw was an Interstate 8 highway symbol! The highway ran straight across the earthquake path where the worst shaking was felt. The mystery of number eight was solved.
In the two months following the earthquake, I had two more dreams; one of them involving the number 102 and another large quake along the San Andreas fault line in sounthern California. Once again, I could not figure out how the number 102 fit into the puzzle.
The year 2010 came to a close quietly. There were no more dreams, nor did I discover the meaning of my mystery number. That all changed on January 13, 2011 when I came across a news article stating that NASA called a press release on December 16, 2010 in San Francisco, Ca. To present findings on a scientific study done over the summer and fall of the 7.2 Baja California earthquake site.
The article stated that at least six earthquake fault lines 165km, (about 100), miles to the north were activated and slippage was detected on faults; such as the San Andreas, Imperial Valley and Elsinore to name a few. It suddenly dawned on me to use a conversion calculator to get the exact distance in miles. 165km is exactly 102 miles! I believe I found the meaning of my number.
Maybe I'm wrong about this and I'm reading too much into the article.
A large earthquake along the San Andreas is a scary thought. If anyone out there has any thoughts or comments about my story, I would really appreciate it. Listening to different view points can sometimes help your own. Thanks for reading everyone.
To me, this is like being on two sides of a fence at the same time. Your logical side is denying and ignoring these confirmations because I really don't want something this big to happen. At the same time, your instinctive side is saying; everything you saw, felt, and confirmed is right. That's why I thought feedback would be good because outside opinions can sometimes help. Thanks for getting back to me.