I had a very intense lucid dream experience last night.
In my dream I was flying around looking at landscape below - almost all of my dreams are like this - where I'm a detached observer.
I suddenly fell from the sky and hit the ground. I landed on a solid concrete floor, and there were fences around it. My right hand was mangled and deformed from the impact.
I saw a person I recognized on the other side of the fence. I approached him and he asked me some questions, like "how are yoy doing?". And "what are you doing here?".
He was very friendly, and inviting. He listened to me carefully, and it was is if he radiated geniality and goodwill.
As I explained the situation it began to dawn on me how strange the circumstances were. I told him "I don't understand how how I got here. I fell from the sky, but I don't even feel any pain" I showed him my deformed hand. I began thinking very hard to figure out how I ended up in that place, I tried to remember what events led me to that location and what I last remembered doing. My mind was working in overdrive trying to recall anything that I could remember from the day, or the day before, to make sense of the circumstances.
I was speaking my thought process aloud to him, then I concluded: "The more I think about this, the more certain I am that this isn't real. I am sure that this is a dream"
The moment I said those words, the atmosphere shifted. The person I was talking to stopped smiling and instead of being friendly I detected intense hostility and malicie coming from him. A voice in my head loudly proclaimed something indecipherable, it was a singly syllable word. Even though it was not in any language I know, I still somehow understood the meaning at once.
I wish I'd written it down while it was still fresh on my memory, now I can't remember, but it was some sort of hostile intention. It had multiple meanings simultaneously.
I felt like something dark was reaching out for me rapidly, and I forced myself awake before it could catch me.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.