I Can See the Future in Dreams


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The first time was in 2003; I dreamed that summer I was in my room, stripped bare of everything but the bed and a sheet. My chihuahua was with me. A black kitten materialized from thin air, and scratched my dog, making her hide under the sheets. I scolded the kitten, but in my reprimand, it scratched me, too. It felt like my arm was on fire.

The closet doors swung open on their own. It was empty. A voice called out from it, "BEWARE THE RED MAW!" I bolted from my bed down the hallway, and got all the way there before remembering my dog. When I came back to the room to grab her, the scene had changed: A 15-ft long arm, scorched and burned all over, was dragging my dog across the floor and into the closet. A train engine had burst through the wall where my bed was, and its cattle plow was slathered in blood and gore. Only a bloody stain on the closet wall, near the carpet, was visible when I searched further for the dog.
The next week, my cousin killed herself on the railroad tracks.

In 2013, I slept with a coworker. Another male coworker hit on her in front of me. That night, I dreamt I slugged him in a vacant room. When I exited into a hallway, four officers in green uniforms were waiting for me.
Ten minutes later, I'm awake, walking to the gas station for smokes first thing. Then a cruiser cuts me off up front, and another from behind, and in total, four officers in green uniforms confront me for a civil call - which I was cleared of on the spot.

I predicted two futures at once in a single dream, but only once so far. I dreamed of driving through a city in the future, where the walls gleamed white every which way, and a hovering fortress of a commercial cocoon was seen in the visible distance. I stopped midway at a carnival show, where a barker asked, "Orange or white?" I picked orange, and two lion cubs - one orange, one white - came out to fight. The white one swiped the orange one, and my cat disappeared.
I woke up, and three seconds later, my 3-month-old adoptee cat killed my neighbor's cat. I was seeing my neighbor at the time, so it was bad enough, already. She is forgiving, though, and willing to see very wise and positive things Baby killed her cat by pushing him off a table into a litterbox, breaking his neck.
A year and a half later, and I view a DBZ fan-made trailer for a Trunks movie. The city they show is the city from the same dream, only further into the future. Brick by brick, that was the city from my dream. The video ended with saying there was hope for the future. So I've followed it since.

Last night, I had a dream I had three violent encounters with criminals in the night of the city. After the first two, I came to a carpenter's stand, who showed me about drumstick making. He held my shoddy, unfinished attempt in his left hand, and a perfect, finished product out in his right.
I had three hostile exchanges at work. In between 2 and 3, a guy who matched the physical description of the carpenter in my dream approached. When I checked out his items, I handed him his third bag with his change. He held out his right hand, and inside his wrist was a perfect tattoo of the drumsticks I saw him holding in my dream.

There are a lot more than that, but those are the more basic, solid ones. I'm happy to finally talk about it.
 
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You're not the only one who dreams of the future. ;) It's pretty weird, isn't it?
It is! Like, the intensity and detail are so significant from other dreams, and I'm still shocked by how accurately they turn out. It's high-stress, but that's the best time to be on your toes against an enemy you may have already seen coming. There are little micro-signs along the way, which are SUBTLE, but the big reveal shows that you have unmistakably foreseen it, every time.

The fabric of life is clever, and even getting a heads-up on the future won't always be enough to help anything. But it does help my long-term planning.
 

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My future dreams used to be mostly symbolic, but they've become less so recently. I remember trying to prevent the foreseen future from happening. It's not easy! I think I managed to do it once so far.

You're in good company here. I can vouch for this phenomenon being real.
 
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My future dreams used to be mostly symbolic, but they've become less so recently. I remember trying to prevent the foreseen future from happening. It's not easy! I think I managed to do it once so far.

You're in good company here. I can vouch for this phenomenon being real.
I'm still in the symbolism stage, I suppose. Never been able to do anything to influence the future so far; I just ride it out and try to understand.
 

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I dream about the future frequently. So many times I've lost count
Once I dreamt about this doll and I saw it strapped to the front of a magazine as a free gift. The whole thing started ever since I was a child.
 
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I dream about the future frequently. So many times I've lost count
Same, the older I get, the more frequent and trivial it gets. I've found that the best window into the future, is between sleep and wakefulness. When you're dreaming, but you know you are, and you know your alarm will go off any minute now for work, but you want to see if you can keep surviving your own imagination just a bit longer. That's always when it happens.
 

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I dream about the future frequently. So many times I've lost count
Same, the older I get, the more frequent and trivial it gets. I've found that the best window in ton the future, is between sleep and wakefulness. When you're dreaming, but you know you are, and you know your alarm will go off any minute now for work, but you want to see if you can keep surviving your own imagination just a bit longer. That's always when it happens.
It's not necessarily events that I dream it's often places and scenery that I've never seen before apart from in my dreams. Have you ever lucid dreamt before?
 
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There have been a handful of times when I was aware I was dreaming, and controlled what happened, if that's what you mean.