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Recurring dream as a child by Ernest Debbermurk - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 16:46:59 EST ID:qllgrgHS No.45488 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I used to have this recurring dream when I was a child. Maybe from the time I was four up until 7, I'd have this dream maybe four times a year on average, but the dream was always the same.
I was standing in a big field of grass, and on the hill there was these old, western style hourses. Almost like a ranch. I'd watch a woman in a pink dress attire, and pink hat walk outside with a stroller.
That's when she stopped dead in her tracks and looked right at me. At this point I would struggle to catch my breath, and It felt as if i was being suffocated. At this point I always knew that I was in the dream again, and would try to force myself awake, but to no prevail.
I'd wake up maybe a minute later, gasping for air.

Does anyone know what this could mean? Could it be a spiritual message of some kind, or just some repressed trauma causing it?
Any thoughts would be appriciated.
>Woman wore this kind of old dress, but in all pink
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Ernest Debbermurk - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 16:50:01 EST ID:qllgrgHS No.45489 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Another thing to add that I find very strange, is that at this age I did not know of western culture, and atleast not that detailed. Everything from the houses, to her dress/hat to the stroller, everything was straight out of history when I recall it many years later. How could my four year old self have dreamt up that detailed scenario?
Just a thought that's been bothering me for quite some time.
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Lydia Sablingdock - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 04:08:36 EST ID:zzQurSQx No.45492 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hey Ernest. This might not be the answer you were looking for and feel free to disregard this, but I speculate that this woman may be you from a past life. Given the historical context and cultural differences you describe, I feel that it could very well be the case. Not to mention that you claim to have had these dreams as a child, when people are supposedly better at recalling details from past lives. I myself have had similar dreams of past lives, and even though I know it's a dream it still feels like more than that, like a memory. The fear and discomfort you feel are probably due to the unsettling awareness that you are dead / have died, and wanting to wake up just means that you want to return to your body and regain consciousness. I know the whole spiritual angle isn't too popular here, but I wanted to say that this isn't abnormal and other people experience stuff like this too. If you feel there's something she needs to say, listen. If you want to tell her something, do it. You construct your own identity. We all change with time but it is important to consider what you have experienced, and who you want to become. I hope that you see her again, make peace with the past, and continue to grow.


meaning? by fuzzy wuzzy - Sat, 29 Oct 2016 14:01:15 EST ID:UnrSUmDR No.45328 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I was walking around my high school but it was different.. it was a big facility with white wall hallways and was very confusing to get around. it was the first day of the semester and I was already late. I walked past my first period classroom and the teacher was standing facing the doorway handing out sheets to students walking in. I decided in that moment to skip class and I got lost. I ended up in this back yard court yard and there were many obstacles and ladders to the top of the building. Near the top it became really difficult and looking down I started to get terrified. I got to the top, and on the top of the building was a few keyboards and pianos and a sign that said "VERY VERY BAD BAD BAD IDEA". I looked down and there was nothing but a rubber diving board below me and I was dangling on a ladder made of rope. I woke up in a cold sweat.

what does this mean?
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Isabella Gockleridge - Sun, 30 Oct 2016 02:46:36 EST ID:Vg7/pikN No.45329 Ignore Report Quick Reply
means you should have tried harder in school, son
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fuzzy wuzzy - Tue, 01 Nov 2016 12:17:12 EST ID:UnrSUmDR No.45340 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45329
go figure
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Wesley Movingville - Thu, 03 Nov 2016 14:28:54 EST ID:apR5iAvH No.45341 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sounds like you're craving adventure, but you know that you can't just get up and go and do whatever you want in the world. Maybe you'd had an experience in the past where you wanted to do something but were warned that it was dangerous.

The school setting stems from the fact that you have either recently been thinking about the past or about some sort of schooling, maybe.

Dreaming about being back in your highschool is one of the most common dream settings though. It's like THE generic dream setting.

Remember, dreams aren't secret messages from your secret angel giving you tips about shit. It's a conglomeration of little subtle thoughts that have been going on in your head, and what you're doing is picking apart the subconscious thoughts that were powerful enough to end up in your dream.

There's no definite interpretation every time; sometimes you just think of things just because. For example, I thought of a brownie right now just because. I don't even like brownies or anything.

But the combination of everything in your dream may create connections you haven't thought about.

For example, maybe the obstacles have to do with the fact that you found it difficult to do adventurous things outside of school, especially because there was a guilt inside you that made it harder?
Lots of fun stuff to think about
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Thomas Lightshaw - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 23:20:13 EST ID:w+N2zzvz No.45491 Ignore Report Quick Reply
1st Avoidance – you did not/do not face reality
2nd Dissolution – you find it hard to connect/were lost
3rd Realization – internal stru gals and perhaps metaphors materialize
4th Feel stuck – relax, work on it


Something Iteresting by liam esoteric - Tue, 20 Dec 2016 17:35:04 EST ID:rPWX1AuW No.45407 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Existence can Never Escape Itself...

http://liamesoteric.blogspot.ca
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Cyril Sivingmick - Wed, 21 Dec 2016 20:59:41 EST ID:OqkoVsHx No.45409 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45407
Offering answers to questions about spirituality for money? No thanks
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Charlotte Blebblefoot - Thu, 22 Dec 2016 00:30:51 EST ID:eTx6ggxj No.45410 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>45407
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYi6mIYvzzk
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Graham Pibblefuck - Sun, 25 Dec 2016 04:41:46 EST ID:Ve5q2gwm No.45412 Ignore Report Quick Reply
though it may never escape it will always make due with the bestest of quality from which experience will always merit the greatest moment always remembered if acknoledged the memory exactly from which the dream entails brothers and sisters
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Ebenezer Dumbletodging - Tue, 27 Dec 2016 08:51:03 EST ID:7juvxUfD No.45413 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45409
Isn't that the same thing as a dealer selling you acid? Selling you answers to spiritual questions for money in another way?

JK, sort of.
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Thomas Lightshaw - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 23:06:06 EST ID:w+N2zzvz No.45490 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Statement is false


Trying to do a new experience by Dream a new better change - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 13:54:43 EST ID:LyXsGny1 No.45487 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Read & watch this video. That tells many things to you. It´s like Dancing:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGq-2gY81os
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGq-2gY81os
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGq-2gY81os


Farts sent me into a past life? by Caroline Bunningstone - Thu, 17 Mar 2016 04:56:08 EST ID:1XSThkji No.44741 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>currently experiencing heroin withdrawals
>get the nastiest smelling farts during w/d (along with the horrid diarrhoea)
>try to sleep last night, in my poorly ventilated room
>several hours of tossing and turning due to mixture of insomnia and restless legs
>farting an absolute hurricane
>farts stink like a mixture of shit, mud, and motor oil
>finally have a light 3 hour sleep
>while sleeping have this bizarre dream that was so realistic I could have sworn I was awake
>I was part of the crew on some bomber plane during WW2 in the pacific theatre
>we'd crash-landed in the jungle at night and I'm hiding by myself in some bushes, lying in the fetid mud in the dark waiting for a Japanese patrol to pass by
>all I can smell is my farts
>my farts smelled like a plane crash
>mixture of broken machinery, jungle, dead bodies, split bowels
What the fuck
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Charlotte Baddlechure - Sun, 27 Nov 2016 06:56:10 EST ID:9TcHwMDK No.45384 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45355
You know, that's a curious thought. While a dream often can be surreal in a way that will display itself as jaunting, smell doesn't seem to be something that will typically merit a description. I wonder what weird smells a dream can offer a person. What a perverted, unintelligibly absurd and primal world something like a dog might sleep through
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Nipples Beldingstein - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 12:41:20 EST ID:zgNuFuxz No.45452 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>44741
A few nights ago, i dreamed there was a toilet, open air, out in front of the post office of my old hometown, next to a mailbox. In the dream, i said fuck it..i have to shit my ass. So i'm just sitting there, casually shitting in this absolutely public toilet as people drive and walk by.
Wake up, go to the bathroom because i started shitting my pants.
fun dream time people
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Graham Shakestock - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 01:54:20 EST ID:kjeBy14x No.45484 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Withdrawals are known to cause vivid dreams. Also, when you're on that border between waking and sleep (for any reason), dreams tend to be very vivid and memorable. People actually find ways of purposefully doing this in order to provoke vivid or lucid dreams, such as going back to sleep after waking up in the morning. When you're in this gray area between dreams and reality, however, the two do tend to blend - this is when your real alarm clock, the actual doorbell, your true barking dog become part of the dream. These sorts of sounds are loud and alarming and can easily make their way into the loose dream, sort of wedging themselves into that inch of consciousness and prying until you're fully awake. For you, however, it wasn't a blaring alarm.. it was intense, intense farts which passed the threshold of your sleeping senses and made their way into your delicate dream state, the very real olfactory stimulus mixing with the hallucinatory situation in order to create the dream which you experienced, influenced by the smell of shit.
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Graham Shakestock - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 01:56:58 EST ID:kjeBy14x No.45485 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45452

That's really weird because I know the exact feeling in a dream. My friend was renovating his house a couple of years ago and he ended up installing this sliding bathroom door which allowed you to hear everything from the living room - farts while taking a shit, drip drops of piss, everything.

One night, I had a dream that the toilet was IN the living room and I had to take a shit.. so I sat on it and started lightly farting, tinkling piss, just trying to get it going but my butthole kept sputtering while I was attempting to chill with my mates and be casual about it.
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James Breblingbury - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 11:46:29 EST ID:XNfa9gWC No.45486 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45485

lmfao


Seeing the future with dreams?? by Martha Cuffingspear - Fri, 03 Feb 2017 10:09:30 EST ID:iJ8hZB6x No.45466 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does this happen to anyone else? This has happened sincd I was a little kid. Once in a while I'll have an oddly-realistic dream in a setting like: an argument with my parents, me being in an unknown place talking to people I've NEVER seen before

But then Years willl pass, or even a couple months, and I'll say "hoo shit, I literally dreamt this moment". I just had one where I was sitting at the office at work.

What does this imply about fate, destiny, and life? Am I supposed to see these things? Is life predetermined? I had a dream about being eaten by an alligator at a pool, does this mean I'm going to die in florida?
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Ernest Cremmerbury - Sat, 04 Feb 2017 06:11:03 EST ID:OwkST1XT No.45469 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45466
It's happened to me a few times, always about the most mundane shit, I won't even bother going into detail.
Idk what it means. I don't really question stuff like this anymore, shit just happens.
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Phoebe Duvingcocke - Sun, 05 Feb 2017 23:54:35 EST ID:XJv/Qb0i No.45474 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Given how shitty most memories of dreams are, how can you be sure you aren't dreaming similar situations and having memories of what happened more or less super-imposed on the spot because they simply fit well enough? That and how common are the occurrences that you dream about. Arguments aren't that uncommon, nor are they with family, nor are interactions with family in general. Almost all instances of people saying they've seen the future with dreams that I've read about involve rather common occurrences in life, even if not necessarily in their own, and they all seem to happen at least a few weeks later if not months or years.

Just think about it, how easy is it to apply a dream that happened months or years ago to something that's happened and say you dreamed of a future event? How is that telling the future? You can dream of any random thing and then have it fucking happen, lol, that's not an indication of futuresight--it's just a coincidence. Life is full of coincidences, some are more apparent than others.

If you have a dream about eating a specific breakfast cereal while talking to your parents about something that happened to you the other day and then you find yourself in that same situation 2 days later and it's pretty much "identical", are you actually seeing the future? A claim like that is basically what you're making, and quite frankly its pretty far-fetched. Everything could be predestined and shit, but the likelihood of you seeing the future in dreams is exceedingly low and whether or not destiny or fate it exists is hardly something we can make a statement about because you had a dream a year ago about something really similar that happened later.
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Nigel Pickshaw - Fri, 10 Feb 2017 12:56:17 EST ID:h8saMtra No.45483 Ignore Report Quick Reply
relaax , now every dream shows your future. maybe a few them might but now every of them


Trump Dream by John Drettingstet - Sat, 07 Jan 2017 03:37:27 EST ID:lQMt93pb No.45429 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I just spent several hours drinking and browsing the boards. Before I crawled into bed I was last browsing the political board. I had a dream where I had a meeting scheduled with Trump in some fancy unspecified building. Note that I have never before dreamed of encountering a well known person. We saw each other at opposite ends of the hallway. We walked up to each other and I said, "Mr. President, hello, I'm Anon Anonerson." He looked at me kind of confused and asked, "Yes... are you with the IMF...?" I was suddenly so nervous to be speaking with the President of America, even a casual hallway conversation, that I completely forgot whatever I was supposed to say and stood there in painful embarrassing silence, until after 10 seconds ago I just said, "Mr. President, I am totally unprepared. I'll talk to you later." He just kind of flashed me a look of pity then walked away shaking his head.


What does this mean? Has the mass media system successfully embedded its memes in my brain?
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Beatrice Crozzlewater - Sat, 28 Jan 2017 13:41:44 EST ID:HpSGZah5 No.45456 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>45429
I sometimes have dreams where I'm on stage and I forget what music I'm supposed to play, and I feel unprepared and like a goof out of place and everyone is watching.
It has happened IRL many years ago when I was a kid, and I still play music so the setting of being on a stage is relevant to me.
Maybe you feel or felt unprepared about something, and it took the shape of meeting the President in a hallway because you were browsing the political board, so it was relevant to you.

It probably also helps that Trump is trying to project a professional image of himself. I've been watching the White House broadcasts on Youtube and he is acting different to when he was on the campaign trail.


New oneirogen? by Karamet - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 13:31:40 EST ID:YcRM6jQQ No.45434 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Allantoin gives you dreams, apparently. I've taken allantoin for three days straight last week and it gave me very interesting dreams that I don't usually get. I don't get dreams unless I take substances which cause them and I certainly don't get them for nights in a row. It's been 5 or 6 days since I took the last dose of allantoin and I still get dreams which is amazing. My doses were small, between 0,5 and 1 gram once per day. Allantoin is usually used externally for skin conditions and stuff like that. Another substance that causes dreams is lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) in tincture form (no other form,extract, essential oil etc., caused dreams for me) and the I've noticed the first effects after 2 or 3 days of taking it. The lemon balm dreams are more faded but more fantasy themed than the allantoin dreams which are more realistic (sort of) and involve real people. I wonder if anyone else experimented with these substances or if someone is willing to try them and see if they get any results. Allantoin is really cheap and it would be cool if it is proven to be a powerful oneirogen.


Which drugs best approximate the dream state? by Cornelius Cumbletedge - Sun, 20 Nov 2016 17:15:19 EST ID:3I2kfF55 No.45372 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Oftentimes when I am dreaming, I feel 'closer' to the sensory stream and emotions that I experience than when I am awake. It's as if I am one with the images and feelings that I encounter, rather than experiencing them at a remove or as if they are on a screen and I am just a third party to them, as is so often the case in waking life.

Or, to use another analogy, being awake is like being in a bathysphere suspended in an ocean of sensation. You take account of your surroundings, analytically, and judiciously pilot through them. Whereas dreaming is like swimming in the ocean itself, intimate, sensual and immediate.

My question would be, what drug have you used that comes closest to approximating the feeling of being in a dream - that sense of deep immersion with one's feelings and surroundings? I have tried all the classic psychedelics (shrooms, lsd and dmt) and while they are good at breaking down barriers and helping me transcend self, space and time, there is a typically a sort of manic out-of-controlness to the experience that compares poorly with the deep, calm quiescence of the dream state. I've also tried ethanol, DXM, salvia tincture (which never worked), none of which really hit the spot. I'm particular curious about MDMA and Ketamine and how they would compare to the dream state, but I'd love to hear about any and all drugs people have experience with.

To be clear, I don't really care about hallucinations - which most people would probably consider the hallmark of the dream experience - but rather the subdued, mystical closeness one feels with themselves and their surroundings in certain dreams of great significance.
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Ebenezer Dumbletodging - Tue, 27 Dec 2016 08:57:08 EST ID:7juvxUfD No.45414 Ignore Report Quick Reply
For me either DPH alone or DPH + Heroin in combo. Not at all that I am recommending you do heroin, terrible idea.

But I was in and out of sleep/consciousness. Was only like 150mg of DPH but I kept passing out for short periods of time and coming back to a conscious state, but my dreams would come with me, if that makes sense. Like there was a lapse in your brain coming back to reality, so that when I'd wake up I'd still be mentally in my dreams but fully awake for a short period of time. Repeat ad nauseum

So might not be exactly the answer you are looking for but for me personally, having done bucketloads of hallucinogens I would still say this.
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Hannah Drottingtuck - Thu, 05 Jan 2017 05:51:57 EST ID:zqT5yRWP No.45425 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Deliriants. A lot of abstract thoughts and visions, as well as concrete hallucinations which are interactive and pull you into being convinced you're somewhere else, having a conversation with someone etc.. your environment actually shifts and fades in and out while different encounters with animals and people occur.

I wouldn't recommend for anyone to try deliriants, though. It's deeply physically uncomfortable, even painful and can cause a depression-like state which may last a while, HPPD which can be permanent and other nasty things..

When I first took deliriants and realized what was happening to me, I instantly thought, "just like in a dream." My friend was walking beside me down the street and talking to me, until he got a mischievous look on his face and jumped behind a telephone pole - completely disappearing. I walked a circle around the pole and realized I had been alone for an hour. Then, I looked over in the direction of town I last saw him and even though I was surrounded by tall buildings, I looked over and checked to see if he was outside of the building. I didn't see him. In reality, this would require me to be 40 feet tall and have binoculars. Tell me that isn't like a dream state!!

As interesting as it sounds, I was arrested and hospitalized that same day because the drugs are so inebriating and disorienting. So please take me seriously when I say a story is one thing, but experiencing it and living with the aftereffects are another!
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Karamet - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 12:52:32 EST ID:YcRM6jQQ No.45432 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45425
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Karamet - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 12:53:28 EST ID:YcRM6jQQ No.45433 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45425 That doesn't sound like fun.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 22:52:51 EST ID:beRPvIjh No.45436 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>45433
It's usually not, but deliriants can be used safely* if you gradually work your way up to a delirium dose over many weeks and many smaller doses. Some people want to jump right in and take a high dose the first time, which can work out alright for psychedelics and dissociatives, but it's more dangerous with deliriants because these drugs can obliterate your normal muscle function, take away your short-term memory and sense of judgment, and cause blackouts. Kind of like benzos, but more debilitating and less comfortable. The hallucinations and imagined scenes are very unique though.

*in a way that reduces the likelihood of you acting crazy or retarded around other people without realizing it


Planet Lucia (2217 AD) by Augustus Buzzway - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 09:37:40 EST ID:rFDz3jXY No.45431 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I spend quite some time thinking about going back to my dream planet after I had one in my younger years. I cannot describe exactly what it was like, but inevitably I was pinned down hard by intelligent monsters they called “Chasers”. They only let me go by shouting at me not to go back there again by crippling my pineal gland with a curse. If I am able to dream again and revisit, they will declare war on my dream people and destroy my world.
This makes me have running thoughts like; “If I regain my ability once more, either with self-confidence or encouragement from others with the right tips and come back, then those monsters will definitely go all-out without mercy.” I almost went there (out-of-body imminent episode), but it might seem just enough to stir ire on them.

I got a series of MS Paint images into one gif, they look a bit too large to fit, but it gives me a 2-week forecast depending on positive/negative dream outcomes from participants and the fate of the planet. I got a theory too, but only for story development. So here it goes:
“Lucia may look like a hospitable planet for most people, but what I see on the far northwest corner lies the enemy of humanity’s dreams, the dweller phenomena that strikes us every night in random places. I visualize an upcoming series of frontline battles too detailed for me to describe, but my dream people are always there, friendly, determined, and serious at times. The atmosphere is very chaotic despite being Earth-like, time and the flow of seasons pass by, I get to see them moving forward and retreating like flies. The last I see now is that the Chaser legions are retreating into the snow-capped mountains far to the north, making their journey treacherous to continue. Faith within the moon will guide my dream people to save my world.”

That is why I want dream-related tips and some theory feedback from any of you if you are interested in advancing my story on my dream journal I kept on my bedside. Lucia takes place in the early 23rd century AD, around the time of the very first Unreal, and the intergalactic wars that follow too fast for light to travel. I would be very grateful.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Tue, 10 Jan 2017 22:56:00 EST ID:beRPvIjh No.45437 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fuck it. Go back in and help the Chasers with their cause.
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Phineas Sendlegold - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 01:52:23 EST ID:rFDz3jXY No.45438 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45437 I cannot betray my own dream faction, because my dream people needs me and other lucid dreamers out there to drive back the monsters. Helping these beasts I am trying to conquer is considered high treason, beheaded, and waking me up with a swollen head. At least I will challenge you with chivalry on the battlefield next dream.
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David Pammerbet - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 06:06:17 EST ID:rFDz3jXY No.45448 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sorry, 420channers! Uboachan just died out because of a global ban from Mannosuke. My dream story Lucia can no longer go on from there, but instead I will use the future's /qst/ and this one to keep going. While I am not saddened by the loss, it is indeed very sudden.


new city dreams by Fuck Bammershit - Sat, 02 Apr 2016 14:59:57 EST ID:mSohbkZ4 No.44778 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ever had one of these? When you move somewhere and the dreams of this place start making their own areas. And you're kinda exploring the new city but when you visit these areas in real life, everything's different and new.
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Martin Bivinghodge - Mon, 02 Jan 2017 18:15:05 EST ID:rEBSm3Xz No.45419 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've had a dream where my city was a dark dystopia mixed with a blade runner vibe, everything was in the exact same place only looked futuristic and the sky was dark purple, as for the people? well... It was only me.
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Samuel Ninnershit - Fri, 06 Jan 2017 17:10:48 EST ID:pJ4nf/3Z No.45428 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have dreams like this, but they always involve my old city. As if I never fully explored it, which I didn't btw. Real Silent Hill vibe too, some streets are just rusted gratings, and the houses are foreboding as shit. Not scary but real creepy like.


Goat by Fucking Nicklelock - Sat, 05 Nov 2016 09:23:51 EST ID:C5fFw8av No.45345 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Last night I dreamt that a goat was giving birth with difficulty. A kid was born but it meant the mother would die. A sign of the times perhaps.
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Phineas Bardwill - Mon, 14 Nov 2016 04:16:54 EST ID:MsHKI4YS No.45359 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45345

Shae?
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Nigel Beblingkat - Mon, 14 Nov 2016 10:37:12 EST ID:IgyzgiKd No.45360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45359
erm..no
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Walter Fabberbatch - Wed, 16 Nov 2016 09:43:39 EST ID:QhRbrhUp No.45363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A Goat Giving Birth with Difficulty - A Sign of the Times
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Hannah Drottingtuck - Thu, 05 Jan 2017 05:41:12 EST ID:zqT5yRWP No.45424 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45358

>there was a goat all wrapped up in something keeping it warm, like a scarf or blanket and there was a raging fire place

Aw.

Well, I think it's nice..

That you're.. getting your.. sleep.. goats.
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Beatrice Nickleham - Thu, 05 Jan 2017 12:45:44 EST ID:azp53Mek No.45426 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It reflects the election. Hillary has 'died' and made way for the greatest democrat of all time, but who?


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