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Is it a nightmare or something more?

While learning to understand my dreams one of the first things that I learned was that not all dreams were about me, and your dreams are probably not all about you. Instead, what seemed like my nightmares turned out to be someone else’s future.

When I first began to diligently record my dreams, I began to notice that the stories in the news were eerily similar to my recent dreams. In fact, they weren’t just similar, they were identical, and many times word-for-word. On top of that, the timing between my dreams and the actual events was also astounding.

Imagine being able to experience someone else’s life for just a moment. Movies like ‘Switch’ help us to imagine switching bodies with other people and living life for a short time in someone else’s shoes. This happens in dreams. Some people experience the lives of others for a very brief moment in their dreams.

For as long as I can remember, I would have very vivid dreams that seemed like nightmares. My earliest memory of this happened when I was barely eight years old. I dreamed of a tornado going down one side of the street and flattening every single house while leaving the opposite side of the street untouched. Days later, I saw the exact same thing in a newspaper.

Another time, I dreamed of falling into the Genessee river and going over the upper falls. Again, days later, this was the top story on our local news. When I heard the details, I remembered my dream and how incredibly real it felt.

Until I began posting my dreams as soon as I woke up, I chalked the similarities between my dream and the news up to coincidence. But once I began to record every detail, I noticed that my dreams were not just sort-of similar, most of the time they were identical. Each detail in my dreams were very significant details in the later news stories.

After a few months of recording my dreams (and seeing them become news stories shortly after), there was no doubt that my nightmares were the stuff of future news stories. They were actual events that would happen to people days after I dreamed of them.

The Three Dreams That Opened My Eyes


One night not long after I began posting my dreams, I was asleep and had a vision of the ocean. It didn’t feel like I was in my body; I was just hovering above the sea, looking at massive waves tossing huge cargo ships as though they were tiny little toys.

The extraordinary thing about this “dream” was that it was crystal clear. It was clearer than real life.

I remembered that lots of delays were going to be associated with the hurricane.

I also felt like I was a prophet in this dream. I don’t consider myself a prophet but since this dream, I have had hundreds of prophecies come true exactly as foretold and/or documented. Little did I know, this part of the dream was also very prophetic. This dream was the very beginning of twenty years worth of amazing prophetic moments. It was a prophecy of prophecy. And it was spot on.

Headline News, Five Days Later: Ships tossed like toys and Massive Delays in Hurricane’s Wake

The hurricane that I saw in my sleep was named Katrina. The day that I published this post to Yahoo! Groups, Katrina became a hurricane. Four days later, Katrina hit New Orleans.

Ships Tossed Like Toys

One could assume that tossing ships like toys and delays are common elements of every hurricane news story but the delays caused by Katrina were and still are one of Katrina’s most significant impacts on the gulf coast.

Katrina tossed ships and caused massive delays in every area; namely, in getting control of the looting and chaos, housing delays, and also delays in providing food, water, electricity, and help of every other kind. The delays were of such magnitude that they were worthy of news headlines.

A screenshot of the headlines:


No storm since Katrina has had the unique issue or coverage of the numerous delays caused by this monster hurricane, and it was more than three years after Katrina struck New Orleans that another news article described a hurricane ‘tossing ships.’

Rather than being common details, the details of Katrina were very significant and unique to this particular storm – and the timing was off the chain.

I Was Fleeing Catastrophic Danger

The shock and awe of Katrina had still not worn off when a similar thing happened a couple of weeks later.

I dream that we were running away from our home in fear of something that we thought would destroy our property. We didn’t take much with us, and we hoped that what we had left behind would be covered by insurance.

Ten Days Later: Mass Exodus as Millons Flee Taking Little Ahead of Hurricane Rita

Once again, shortly after, the news reported exactly what I experienced in my dreams. Merely days later, the largest mass exodus in United States history occurred when millions fled Houston in anticipation of Hurricane Rita. I experienced exactly how these people would feel, and I understood what they were going through. Those who fled Hurricane Rita were hoping that insurance would pay for their property.

Tornado Threatening My Family in Florida

Then, two weeks later, it happened again.

Less than two weeks after this dream, Hurricane Wilma spawned a dozen tornadoes in Florida.

One tornado touched down on Merritt Island, where my family lived in Florida, and exactly as the dream foretold, this tornado went right over them.

Every element in this dream, including my concern of flying projectiles, were specific news quotes, including Hurricane Wilma being described as the equivalent of a massive tornado.

Tornado causes damage in Cocoa

A tornado spawned by Hurricane Wilma ripped the roof off a downtown Cocoa business and damaged an orchid nursery on Merritt Island tonight.

The twister first hit the El Charro’s restaurant near the Cocoa and Rockledge border at about 9:45 p.m., then retreated to the sky, said Kimberly Prosser of the Brevard Emergency Operations Center. The funnel was spotted near the State Road 520 bridge over the Indian River. It touched down again on Merritt Island before swirling into the Atlantic Ocean.

— Erin Cox, Orlando Sentinel Staff Writer

After Hurricane Wilma, I realized that I was experiencing the future of other people in my dreams. I felt all the emotions that they would feel, and I saw or went through the same things that they would soon experience at night while I slept.

Over the course of the next year, this happened dozens and dozens of times.

NEXT: Eventually, I learned why God was sending the dreams; and then, miracles began to happen.