What does it mean?
As I finally have a few moments to breathe after meeting my latest work deadline, recent events make me wonder about the world.
What does it mean that I dreamt of a dog barfing an hour before the event happened?
What does it mean when I dream that something is wrong with a family member when I'm 1,000 miles away from them?
What does it mean when I can see cards in the card test, sometimes 24 hours beforehand, or other times before I even shuffle the deck?
What does it mean when I see an airplane with a very bright wing flying in the sky many hours before the event?
What does it mean when I see my dog have a stroke, nearly two years before he has the stroke?
This one is a bit of a reach, but what about dreaming of lining kids up along the wall in a gymnasium, seemingly looking for something, when a few hours later a kid brings a gun into my niece's school and they go into lockdown mode?
If all that stuff is real, what should I make of the all too real dream of being a serial killer? Or the women arguing in a foreign language I don't understand? Or speaking Aramaic?
How about having an OBE, and realizing that my body was in bed behind me, snoring? Or perhaps waking up in bed -- next to my physical body. And what about body switching? (I only reported one body-switching event here, but there have been a few.)
At one point I started to write my thoughts about precognition and the Theory of Relativity, but I got away from that. Whenever my schedule lightens up for any length, I need to think harder about this.
A basic theory about OBEs is simple: We are spirits in a material world, and some of us can experience the "spirit" portion of that equation fairly easily.
A theory related to space is also easy: I can tell there's a problem with a relative 1,000 miles away because our "spirit bodies" can communicate at something like the speed of light. A spirit body has almost no mass, or maybe it has no mass at all, and E=MC^2. Long distance communication is no problem.
But time, that's the one that trips me up. How do I see the dog barfing an hour before it happens, or the plane with the bright wing many hours before it happens, or see my dog have a stroke almost two years before it happens? In these cases I have no answer. I know Einstein said something like, "Time is what keeps everything from happening at once", but I don't know what to do with that ... at least not yet. :)
At the moment what I think this all means is ... I'm really tired, and I need a break.