For the record, this is a true account of my experience.
I had a dream about my cousin Dewayne two days before he died. This dream provided me with an understanding of how to interpret it and other dreams with a simple process.
First: The Dream –
In the dream I was sitting on a bed in my cousin’s bedroom, the bed was oddly centered at the midpoint of the wall to the furthest left of the bedroom door. I was reading a magazine with other magazines laying on the bed in front of me. I couldn’t read the words in the magazine or make out any accompanying images.
My cousin walked into the room with a bowl of cheerios in his hand, taking big spoonfuls into his mouth. As he walked around the bed he would spit out each spoonful, much like someone laughing suddenly while drinking water. He repeated this spray of cheerios about 4 to 6 times as he walked around to the side of the bed.
I asked him, “Why are you spitting out your cereal?” He stopped and stared at me with a panicked and confused look on his face for about 30 secs and then turned and left the room.
I jumped off the bed and ran out to follow him. I should have been fairly close to him when I got to the door but he must have been moving very quickly because he was already at the bottom of the steps turning the corner. I ran down the steps only to be more amazed that he was now fully across the room at the front door. I called out for him to wait but he opened the door and a flood of white light came into the dimly lit house.
I stopped because the light was so brilliant, although it didn’t hurt my eyes. He turned towards me with a look of utter happiness and peace on his face and then walked into the light. I began running again to the door to see where the light was coming from and where he was going. Once outside my eyes began to adjust from the bright white to a comparatively much softer light from the sun. I was standing outside the house, alone, with no one in sight, my cousin was gone.
Now: The Reality
Two days later, after the dream, I get a call from a family member and they told me that my cousin had died. I pressed them for details and they stated he was fatally shot in the neck while parked somewhere off duty (he was a sheriff). It was a fast and unexpected death, due possibly to mistaken identity.
Where does this leave us:
I immediately made the connection between the dream and the reality of his death. This wasn’t an abstract connection, it was a vivid dream in which the details had direct relations to his fatal situation.
I played the dream over and over again in my head to better understand how it connected to the direct event and that’s when I remembered a talk given by a scientist working on a project to one day send information back in time using a method called “Frame Dragging“. He went into detail about a process that would be extremely difficult and theorized that only a small message of some type could be sent back, no living beings or physical objects. So I started thinking of the dream as a small text or data message.
Example: Dewayne will be taken by surprise, fatally shot in the neck and then die quickly.
It’s almost impossible to read something in a dream, the words are scrambled or they keep changing. So the (text like) message is translated into a visual construct. Here is the text message reconstructed and broken down.
“Dewayne”: So my cousin’s house is reconstructed in the dream world with him in it. This locks me onto him as the focus in the message.
“will be taken by surprise”: He is given a surprised and panicked look on his face in the dream while staring directly at me for roughly 30 sec.
“and fatally shot in the neck”: Demonstrated clearly with the cereal being spit out repeatedly instead of swallowed.
“and will die quickly”: This is directly related to his speedy departure and the white light door scene at the end of the dream.
The dream was a visual representation of a text-like data information stream.
We are somehow getting a data stream ahead of an event. I also found another version of this process that can be done in an awakened state:
If this resonates with any experience you have had please share.