I had a startlingly vivid dream the other night…
I saw a spinning globe orbiting very quickly around a central point. I could make out the outlines of the continents. Once, twice, three and four times it completes it’s orbit, but then quite noticeably it begins to shift and turn on it’s axis while continuing it’s journey. By six complete orbits it’s grown stable, but with it’s axial pivot in a completely new region.
Seasons and weather patterns would change abruptly, earthquakes would be severe and common while this process unfolds and begins to settle; within decades, snow would build up around these new axis’ just as the arctic and antarctic floes have around our current axial poles (this is due to the angle of sunlight and the duration of sunlight over the course of a year). Because both poles would exist over dry land, and land ice is much thicker than sea ice, sea levels and temperatures would plummet and we would enter a new glacial era quite different than the last.
This dream was so vivid, I was aware of myself being in a dream — lucid dreaming, for those who know. I asked out loud who or what was showing me this. The answer I received, which sent physical chills down my body, was a simple word: God.
I’ve never been overly spiritual nor religious, but my family has; my grandfather has told me stories of quite vivid dreams of visitations by angels and hearing the voice of God but it’s something completely different when it happens to you.
What is this? Is it a genuine vision; a warning of what’s to come? Is it simply an overactive imagination piecing together seemingly random snippets of information I’ve witnessed or read and creating some sort of visual conglomerate? I don’t know.
The image you see here is one I snatched online. It’s an antipodal map of the Earth; antipodes are locations directly opposite one another on a globe, cutting directly through the centre. I recalled where I saw the north and south axis in my dream, and figured I’d see if they do match up on an antipodal map. They do, frighteningly well.
Just thought I’d share.

I had a startlingly vivid dream the other night…

I saw a spinning globe orbiting very quickly around a central point. I could make out the outlines of the continents. Once, twice, three and four times it completes it’s orbit, but then quite noticeably it begins to shift and turn on it’s axis while continuing it’s journey. By six complete orbits it’s grown stable, but with it’s axial pivot in a completely new region.

Seasons and weather patterns would change abruptly, earthquakes would be severe and common while this process unfolds and begins to settle; within decades, snow would build up around these new axis’ just as the arctic and antarctic floes have around our current axial poles (this is due to the angle of sunlight and the duration of sunlight over the course of a year). Because both poles would exist over dry land, and land ice is much thicker than sea ice, sea levels and temperatures would plummet and we would enter a new glacial era quite different than the last.

This dream was so vivid, I was aware of myself being in a dream — lucid dreaming, for those who know. I asked out loud who or what was showing me this. The answer I received, which sent physical chills down my body, was a simple word: God.

I’ve never been overly spiritual nor religious, but my family has; my grandfather has told me stories of quite vivid dreams of visitations by angels and hearing the voice of God but it’s something completely different when it happens to you.

What is this? Is it a genuine vision; a warning of what’s to come? Is it simply an overactive imagination piecing together seemingly random snippets of information I’ve witnessed or read and creating some sort of visual conglomerate? I don’t know.

The image you see here is one I snatched online. It’s an antipodal map of the Earth; antipodes are locations directly opposite one another on a globe, cutting directly through the centre. I recalled where I saw the north and south axis in my dream, and figured I’d see if they do match up on an antipodal map. They do, frighteningly well.

Just thought I’d share.

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