Nephillim of Darkness
Joined: Feb. 2001
|Posted: Sep. 20 2003,11:49 pm
I had a *very* lucid dream last night. It seemed even more than the usual lucid dream-- feelings and strong emotions were involved, you know the type that I speak of? Many people that I knew were in this dream (mostly family).... and to make a very long dream very short (I slept for 12 hours last night)... the whole point to this dream was to get to this certain mausoleum. Someone kept telling me that it was locked, and I said that I just had to find a way into it, at all costs. I do not even recall why I had to go there... I could see the mausoleum in my mind, and I was fighting tooth and nail to get there-- but my truck had broken down. My Grandpa and Mom picked me up and were trying to give me a ride in the wrong direction.
I finally ended up on a city bus and and was trying to put my money in the slot, but some guy in front of me (a shadow really) was taking all of the time in the world putting his in. The lady busdriver looked at me and said "I need your 50 cents".... I said, I am trying, but this guy is holding me back! I finally just handed it to her, and sat down in this over-spacious front seat and fell asleep.... I fell asleep in the dream... that feels so weird when you dream things like that. Have you ever dreamt that you were late to somewhere, woke up to look at the clock and you were late, only to *actually* wake up a few minutes later to realize the time was just fine to still be sleeping?
I never made it to the mausoleum for some reason.... :( But I have had a few other dreams about cemeteries in the last month or so-- and the one that still sits in my mind, because I am still trying to figure it out is-- the one where my sister was there and she was not wearing any shoes. No one was wearing shoes, and they would not allow me to wear my shoes.... or something like that. But this shoe thing has been in mind for well over a month now. Just today, I recalled the Beatles album with all of them walking across Abbey Road, and Paul was not wearing any shoes. That was their little thing to pretend that he was dead and all-- anyone else recall that? I just do not understand the "no shoes" in the cemetery thing....
Rev. Lord Dellamorte
The Temple of Azrael