I Had A Profound And Shocking Dream: Were we about to be Invaded?Submitted by emalvini on Fri, 11/16/2012 - 00:50
I Had A Profound And Shocking Dream: Were we about to be Invaded?
A shocking dream! Never before revealed..... Until Now
Back in the 1980's, I had a profound dream, one in which I had been unable to forget or put out of my mind. I was very reluctant to reveal my dream to anyone for fear of being called some sort vile name..
In this dream I was on foot at the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds enjoying the festivities. Suddenly, I saw a bright yellow pulsating ball of light flashing in the east foothills. As the light continued flashing, I heard an echoing voice, an inner calling, not in words, but a knowing, calling on me to warn the people of imminent danger. I found myself running out into the street, the cars lined up in bumper to bumper traffic and yelling at the top of my lungs: "head for the hills, we are going to be invaded...Listen to me! please listen to me! Get out of the city while you can and don't ever come back" My efforts were futile. It was a desperate attempt to wake them up and warn them of some "BIG EVENT"
- END OF DREAM -
** NOTE: I was convinced that the above was authentic and foreshadowed some kind of foreign invasion coming to America some time in the future..**
Some years passed and I stumbled upon a book by Dr. John Grady, MD titled, "George Washington's Vision and Prophesy for America. I was so impressed by what I read in the book, I bought up every copy of the book (450 copies). At the time I paid a buck a piece for them and passed them out for free to my family, friends and working associates. Amazingly enough, most of those I worked with were retired WW2, Korean, or Vietnam war vets and retired police.. (cannot reveal the nature of my job)
At Valley Forge, PA. in 1777, General George Washington had a profound vision while alone in his quarters, one bright and sunny day.
After this experience, Washington called to one of his men to write down what he had seen.
As the years passed Washington's vision was told to many of his friends and confidants by himself, and years later was added to the U.S. Library of Congress..
What Washington saw were 3 great wars: The 3rd and last great war, the greatest of them all...