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I think my dream is real...please don't think I am crazy!

shellibeanshellibean Posts: 4,500Registered Users
Let me start by saying that I (and many people I am close to) think that I am very...in tune to certain things. For example, I will think of a TV show and even a specific episode and it will come on next- same for songs. My mom and I sometimes have the same dream in a night. And much more...

Anyway, I dream of horrible things on a regular basis. Last night, I had a dream where I saw a man and woman driving an older model dark green van. The liscense plate started with "917A" or "91A7" or "91A8". I tried desperatly to remember the number but was soooooooo tired I forgot. I even woke my husband up to remember the number but this morning he said he forgot it.

Anyway, inside the van they had A BABY IN A CAGE. The baby was alive and the cage was not very big at all. It was barely big enough to fit the baby inside it laying flat. More like a trap of some sort.

My dream is bothering me SOOOOOOOO much. It felt so REAL. I have had real feeling dreams before- but nothing THIS real. I have heard of people who "saw" a real situation in their dreams. What if this is real and I saw it? I feel like I need to DO something- but since I forgot the plate number- what can I do? And, my husband said liscense plates don't usually start with numbers anyway. I feel so helpless. Am I crazy to think this was real? What would you do? Should I just "try" to dream about it again and see if I can get more "clues" in the next dream? Do you even believe in this kinda thing?
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  • MimsTXMimsTX Posts: 3,482Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    I have absolutely no idea what you should do :/ but I thought I'd pipe in that my license plate starts with a number. So it's obviously possible...
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  • 2happy2happy Posts: 5,138Registered Users
    I don't think there is anything you can do. If you called the police station, I don't think they would/could do anything about a dream.
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  • eccentric_kurlzeccentric_kurlz Posts: 4,144Registered Users
    You're not crazy. I've had many instances like you've described. Thought of a song, commercial, movie, etc....and almost right afterwards, having those things come on.

    As for your dream, there are many license plates that start with numbers. The fact that you COULD read it in the dream is telling. Most dreams, words and numbers can't be made out. I've had dreams where I could literally read any and everything, and woke up thinking wtf? LOL!

    I'm not sure what to say about what to do. There isn't much you can do because at this point....it is JUST a dream, and you have nothing else besides that to go on. Unless you just happen to know a cop who can run plates. LOL!

    Don't overthink it and try to dream about it again. If it's a premonition type dream, and you're someone that truly is in tune with stuff like this, you'll have another one.

    In the meantime, just think of it as a bad dream. I've had some that felt TOO real, all the way down to the smells and the emotions, that freaked me OUT. Some where the emotions were so raw and intense, that I woke up crying. But they were just dreams. Oh, and I've found that if I eat sweets before I go to sleep, or too close to me going to sleep, I have weird dreams like that. LOL!
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  • MichelleBFTMichelleBFT Posts: 4,812Registered Users
    License plate norms vary from state to state, even from vehicle class to vehicle class. In Maryland, most vans and trucks have license plates that start with numbers but end with an M (or, in the last couple of years they'd have to move the M to the second to last digit).

    That said, there's nothing you can do. Unless you're willing to file a false police report based on a dream, then you're out of luck.

    Personally, I don't believe this sort of thing. I especially wouldn't condone you trying to pursue someone and accuse them of heinous crimes like child abuse and kidnapping. I might even suggest that you talk to a mental health professional about this, but that's me.
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  • BoomygrrlBoomygrrl Posts: 4,940Registered Users
    I'm one that believes in coincidences, but not in any psychic kind of stuff. I've thought of a song and it came on the radio. Thought of a name and then that person called me, even though they've never called me before. I don't think I am psychic...I think it was merely coincidental.

    We have a lot of thoughts, dreams, ideas that come to us everyday...sometimes those things might happen in real life, but it doesn't mean we predicted them. There are plenty of thoughts, dreams, ideas that we have that don't turn out to be anything. Way more "misses" than "hits," so to speak.
    If EVERY thought or EVERY dream of mine came true, then I would be freaked out...because the odds of that are way too rare. But an occasional thought or dream to be seems like normal odds.
    That's just me.
    You're not crazy...but I wouldn't report someone to the authorities without knowing for damn well sure that something actually happened.
    It sounded like you had a freaky, bad dream.
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  • scrillsscrills Posts: 6,700Registered Users
    It may ease your mind to think of your dream as symbolic. Looks up the symbols on dreammoods.com

    Kidnap:
    To dream that someone has been kidnapped, indicates that you are not letting aspects and characteristics of that person be expressed within you. You are trying to contain and/or suppress those qualities of the kidnapped person.

    Cage:
    To dream that you are in a cage, denotes that you are experiencing inhibitions and powerlessness in some areas of your life. You are feeling restricted, confined and restrained in a current relationship or business deal. Somebody may be keeping a short leash on you. You are lacking the freedom to act independently.?

    Baby:
    To see a baby in your dream, signifies innocence, warmth and new beginnings. Babies symbolize something in your own inner nature that is pure, vulnerable, helpless and/or uncorrupted. If you find a baby in your dream, then it suggests that you have acknowledged your hidden potential


    Van:
    To see or drive a van in your dream, symbolizes convenience and/or practicality. Consider the load that you are carrying and what you can handle. Don't stress yourself out.

    Green:
    Dark green indicates materialism, cheating, deceit, and/or difficulties with sharing. You need to balance between your masculine and feminine attributes.

    8 (9+1+7):
    Eight stands for power of authority, success, karma, material gains, regeneration, and wealth. When the number eight appears in your dream, trust your instincts and intuition.

    9 (9+1+8 ):
    Nine denotes completion and that you are on a productive path. Rebirth, inspiration and reformation. You are seeking to improve the world.


    If after reading this you still find that nothing applies and your mind has not been eased, just keep your ears open for such a case. you're not crazy. I believe in the power of dreams



    Slightly off topoc.... I've had those same numbers appear in a dream about my friend who died. i realized I was associating it with the area code 918, Sacremento, CA
  • shellibeanshellibean Posts: 4,500Registered Users

    That said, there's nothing you can do. Unless you're willing to file a false police report based on a dream, then you're out of luck.

    Personally, I don't believe this sort of thing. I especially wouldn't condone you trying to pursue someone and accuse them of heinous crimes like child abuse and kidnapping. I might even suggest that you talk to a mental health professional about this, but that's me.

    Are you serious??? I'm not going to the police. I have nothing to really tell them that they could go on anyway. Chill out.

    I'm just saying that I have heard of a regular person that dreamt of a lady in a ditch. She kept dreaming of the lady in the ditch. Somehow, she located the ditch through clues from her dreams. She eventually found the lady in real life who WAS in a ditch and needed help. I mean it COULD lhappen. I am not claiming to be psychic or anything- just a little more in tune to things most others might not be.

    I need to get mental help b/c of that??? Way to have an open mind...
    A closed mind is a wonderful thing to lose.

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  • eccentric_kurlzeccentric_kurlz Posts: 4,144Registered Users
    shellibean wrote: »

    That said, there's nothing you can do. Unless you're willing to file a false police report based on a dream, then you're out of luck.

    Personally, I don't believe this sort of thing. I especially wouldn't condone you trying to pursue someone and accuse them of heinous crimes like child abuse and kidnapping. I might even suggest that you talk to a mental health professional about this, but that's me.

    Are you serious??? I'm not going to the police. I have nothing to really tell them that they could go on anyway. Chill out.

    I'm just saying that I have heard of a regular person that dreamt of a lady in a ditch. She kept dreaming of the lady in the ditch. Somehow, she located the ditch through clues from her dreams. She eventually found the lady in real life who WAS in a ditch and needed help. I mean it COULD lhappen. I am not claiming to be psychic or anything- just a little more in tune to things most others might not be.

    I need to get mental help b/c of that??? Way to have an open mind...

    Look at the statement in bold, Shellibean. If someone doesn't believe in it, of course they're going to come from a different place.

    And no, having dreams doesn't mean you need to seek mental health.

    Folks who believe in the power of dreams and things that can seemingly defy logic and reasoning can see why you'd want to know what this means and whether there IS meaning behind it. I know I would.

    ETA: Okay, a little story. It's not dream-based, but it's somewhat similar in terms of the numbers you saw. For about 6 months, I kept noticing, or looking at the clock at exactly 7:23. Every night, or almost every night. I had NO idea why, besides it being my birthday. On July 23, my uncle, whom was like a father to me, passed....on my birthday. I don't know if it was sheer coincidence that for months, I keep seeing this time. Or whether I was being prepared because when the phone rang that morning, I wanted it to be someone else.....but knew exactly what the call was for.
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  • AprilnUtahAprilnUtah Posts: 519Registered Users
    shellibean, dreams are rarely literal in their meaning (not that it can't happen - some are prophetic, it just isn't common). The way you feel in the dream is the thing to pay attention to. How you feel as you witness the images in a dream is a strong indicator that this feeling is dominant within you in your waking hours. If you watched the news the day before and some story really made you sick as you heard it, then your subconscious mind will relive that strong emotional reaction by bringing up other images that evoke that same feeling.
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  • MichelleBFTMichelleBFT Posts: 4,812Registered Users
    shellibean wrote: »

    That said, there's nothing you can do. Unless you're willing to file a false police report based on a dream, then you're out of luck.

    Personally, I don't believe this sort of thing. I especially wouldn't condone you trying to pursue someone and accuse them of heinous crimes like child abuse and kidnapping. I might even suggest that you talk to a mental health professional about this, but that's me.

    Are you serious??? I'm not going to the police. I have nothing to really tell them that they could go on anyway. Chill out.

    I'm just saying that I have heard of a regular person that dreamt of a lady in a ditch. She kept dreaming of the lady in the ditch. Somehow, she located the ditch through clues from her dreams. She eventually found the lady in real life who WAS in a ditch and needed help. I mean it COULD lhappen. I am not claiming to be psychic or anything- just a little more in tune to things most others might not be.

    I need to get mental help b/c of that??? Way to have an open mind...

    An open mind? You're saying you think you had a prophetic dream about a baby being abused. If you were going to do something, I haven't the foggiest idea what else one would do, but go to the police. You think you're going to track down a green van without any more information like that on your own?

    Listen, I don't believe in this kind of thing. I think intuition is one thing, a very real thing, but "seeing" the future? No go. That's my opinion. From that perspective, to say that you've "seen" something that hasn't happen sounds crazy. I'm sorry (kind of) if that offends you, but it's true.

    I'll leave the subject alone from this point on if that'll appease you, because I didn't set out to offend you and it may be easier for all involved if I leave this discussion to those who are supportive of you believing something you saw in a dream could become reality. I say that not from a place of condescension but a place of wanting to stay out of a fight.
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    Fun Fact: When you actively avoid being “PC,” you’re not being forward-thinking or unique. You’re buying into systems of oppression that have existed since before you were even born, and you’re keeping those systems in place."
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  • OBBOBB Posts: 4,174Registered Users
    you need to lay off the ganja for awhile ;) (and send some to me)
  • shellibeanshellibean Posts: 4,500Registered Users
    Where did I say it WAS prophetic? I mean, it could be... Also- I never said it was forseeing the FUTURE. I assummed it was the present... IF it was a real situation at all that is...
    A closed mind is a wonderful thing to lose.

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  • lapushkalapushka Posts: 601Registered Users
    I hope for your sake (OP) that it wasn't prophetic, because that would put an enormous burden on you and could possible be traumatic.

    I'd not focus on it too much, and think of it merely as a dream. What are the odds that it is prophetic if all the other dreams you've had were normal? Or have you actually experienced something like this before. If not, then I'd not beat myself up about it.
  • MichelleBFTMichelleBFT Posts: 4,812Registered Users
    shellibean wrote: »
    Where did I say it WAS prophetic? I mean, it could be... Also- I never said it was forseeing the FUTURE. I assummed it was the present... IF it was a real situation at all that is...

    You didn't use the word, but you certainly implied that you at least viewed it as possibly prophetic.

    But I'm not going to quibble with you about it. Again, it wasn't my intent to rile you up or offend you. You asked, I answered. You and I clearly have different perspectives on the matter. I think it's safe to say we can leave it at that.
    "And politically correct is the worst term, not just because it’s dismissive, but because it narrows down the whole social justice spectrum to this idea that it’s about being polite instead of about dismantling the oppressive social structure of power.
    Fun Fact: When you actively avoid being “PC,” you’re not being forward-thinking or unique. You’re buying into systems of oppression that have existed since before you were even born, and you’re keeping those systems in place."
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  • RedCatWavesRedCatWaves Posts: 31,258Registered Users
    Maybe Lord Voldemort has invaded your mind.

    Coincidences happen. Bad dreams happen. To all of us. Not just to those "in tune".
  • shellibeanshellibean Posts: 4,500Registered Users
    I have had small insignificant things happen that had been in my recent dreams, but like you said- it could have been a coicidence. Of course I don't think ALL of my bad dreams are for real. This speific dream though has been really bothering me since the moment I woke up from it. Like I KNEW there was something different about THIS dream. It is hard to explain... And yes- I do feel a bit obligated to the baby in this dream if that makes sense...

    I should have titled my thread "I think my dream is real" instead of "I think my dreams are real" because I actually don't think they are- only this one for some reason... Maybe I will try to edit my title to clarify..
    A closed mind is a wonderful thing to lose.

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  • WurlyLoxWurlyLox Posts: 4,858Registered Users
    For your own future peace of mind, keep a notepad and something to write with by your bed so you can write down anything you dream before you lose it. I always soon forget my dreams, if I remember them at all, and there have been certain things I've wanted to retain that this helped with. Also things I think of just as I'm about to fall asleep.

    The latter can be especially helpful with problem solving. That's when something I've been trying to work out often clicks for me, but if I don't write it down right then, I've sometimes lost the gist of it by morning. I also keep a little book light nearby so that I don't have to turn on the lamp and come completely wide awake again. I don't write an epistle, just a few words to make me remember in the morning.
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  • lapushkalapushka Posts: 601Registered Users
    Maybe think of it this way (for your peace of mind at least), if all the other things you were in tune to searched you out, then this will probably search you out IRL too. Hmm that wasn't that calming a message... What I mean is, I'd not go in search of it (that would be like carrying water to the sea). What could you be expected to do about this if it doesn't cross your path IRL? If IRL you see this van with those plates, then *maybe* you could do something... although I doubt it and attempting to would be so risky. But suppose that in the next few weeks you stumble upon a van like this in the parking lot, then what? Don't put your life in danger for a dream that might not even be fully true. What can you do? Call the police and tell them you saw this in your dream? So imagine that there you are, taking matters into your own hands, trying to break into this van and lo and behold there's no baby in it. Part of your dream might become true, part of it might be way off base. Then what? You could only get into major problems trying to pursue this. Dreams are just that, dreams, and they have a way of tricking you.
  • LotsawavesLotsawaves Posts: 8,660Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    I am sympathizing with you. You must feel horrible. As others have said, no one will probably believe you, but your dream was so vivid. I hate to think a baby is being abused. We hear about it everyday & I always think of where I was and what I was doing. I wished I could of helped. Hopefully, you will dream about it again & get more details. Put a pad and pen by your bed, so you can write down more details. If you do get more info, give it to the police. They may think you are crazy, but you may be saving a baby's life. You never know. At least you will know you made an effort to save a life or to at least make sure this little one didn't have to suffer. The description of the vehicle & the license plate is vital to this. If nothing comes up, then you will know it was just a dream.
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  • EilonwyEilonwy Posts: 12,389Registered Users
    shellibean wrote: »
    I have had small insignificant things happen that had been in my recent dreams

    Everyone has experienced this. For some reason, though, the dreams with the robot dinosaurs never come true :wink:
  • LotsawavesLotsawaves Posts: 8,660Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Eilonwy wrote: »
    shellibean wrote: »
    I have had small insignificant things happen that had been in my recent dreams

    Everyone has experienced this. For some reason, though, the dreams with the robot dinosaurs never come true :wink:
    So, it's ok to make fun of her? What if her dream is significant?
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  • tctc Posts: 986Registered Users
    I just want to make a minor point about the "thinking of a song right before it comes on the radio" thing.

    People think about a variety of songs, radios play a variety a of songs, people listen to the radio, and there is overlap between the songs they think about and the songs they hear. With such a huge number of people on this planet, it is pretty much a statistical certainty that someone sooner or later someone will think of a song and then hear it on the radio... even multiple times. I don't see anything out of the ordinary about that experience.

    think of an analogy ... if you get 10 million people together and they each write down a sequence of three 0's and 1's. Then they each flip a coin 3 times and compare that to the sequence they wrote, with heads=1 and tails=0. Lots of people in that group are probably to flip the same sequence that they wrote down - just because of how random events work, not because they can predict the future. And if you repeat, a subset of those people will probably get lucky twice in a row.

    Just because A follows B doesn't mean that A predicted B ... just my 2 cents.
  • battinlashbattinlash Posts: 1,850Registered Users
    I had a dream once that I am certain was real. It was so terrifying that I've never told anyone what it was, not even DH (who was also terrified because I wouldn't stop screaming). So I can relate on some level.

    If you can't shake this feeling, your best option is to try to track the license plate number and see if you come up with a match. If you have a friend that's a cop, you could ask him/her. Otherwise, you can pay a fee to one of the many investigative websites out there that will provide you access to license plate numbers.

    There is also one more option. I know it would be rather embarrassing to call the police about this, but if you feel strongly that something is wrong, you can still contact them. Just send an anonymous note with the vehicle description and partial plate number. Say that you believe a vehicle matching this description may have engaged in illegal activity, but you prefer to remain anonymous about the details. It's their ball from that point, if they want to chase it, and your conscience will be clear.
  • tctc Posts: 986Registered Users
    I don't want to rain on anyone's parade but if it were me, I would feel morally obligated to not contact the police and here's why.

    Police have a huge number of real, concrete crimes to solve - and a very limited amount of time and resources to do it. If I were to contact the police about a dream I would feel guilty that I'm taking their valuable time away from something concrete and real. What if a real murderer got away because the police were busy investigating the dream?

    I think if she does contact the police she should tell them that it was a dream so that they can use their best judgment about which crimes need their attention most.

    Again, not trying to rain on anyone's parade ... this is just my 2 cents.
  • battinlashbattinlash Posts: 1,850Registered Users
    tmmy_cat wrote: »
    Police have a huge number of real, concrete crimes to solve - and a very limited amount of time and resources to do it. If I were to contact the police about a dream I would feel guilty that I'm taking their valuable time away from something concrete and real. What if a real murderer got away because the police were busy investigating the dream?

    You have a valid point but I think you misunderstand how police priorities work. The person running the plate check isn't going to be the person conducting murder investigations. Detectives in homicide departments (and the FBI) deal with that so regular city patrolmen don't have to. You don't really think a drug task force member, or a hostage negotiator, or a rape crimes detective, is going to bother with an anonymous note request for a license plate check, do you?
  • tctc Posts: 986Registered Users
    true but that doesn't change my point: what if a real criminal got away with it because the police were busy investigating a dream? if she says anything to the police I think she's morally obligated to include the part about it being dream - otherwise she would be taking their time and attention away from real crimes.
  • chicagocurly78chicagocurly78 Posts: 463Registered Users
    You are not crazy! I highly doubt that anyone is driving around with a baby in a cage, but maybe these people have something like that in their house. Or maybe their kid/grandkid is at home being abused.

    I would ask God to give you more answers in another dream and definitely write it all down when you wake up.
  • wild~hairwild~hair Posts: 9,890Registered Users
    I don't think you're crazy, Shelli.

    Because you have this sensitivity, you should realize that our culture does not support a lot of gifts that women tend to innately have. Therefore we lose them, they go undeveloped, and they are mocked. Even by other women, sadly. :sad1:

    Try not to let it get to you. You need to be somewhat protective of this gift, and yourself in relation to it.

    Meanwhile, as to what to to about this particular dream: I would just trust that if it is a real-life situation, the dream will reoccur, you will get more details and you will be able to act on it more confidently.

    Good luck.
  • shellibeanshellibean Posts: 4,500Registered Users
    I am not contacting the police. If I keep dreaming about this, I will get a friend to see if the plates match the description of the van. if so, I will go from there.

    I am not saying that because I thought of a song and it came on, I am psychic or anything. Throughout my life, things happen pretty frequently that I believe are more than just coincidences. I told my mom that and she was not surprised at all. She said she has always felt that about me. My husband tells people he should get me a 1-800 number! (Jokingly). I can't "read your mind" or "predict the future" or anything and I'mnot claiming to be able to. I think it's just like a sensitivity to things others might be unaware of. If you don't "get it", you obviously are unaware of what I even mean when I say that.

    And, thank you to those who believe me. It's re-assuring to know that people understand. And, thank you to those that may not really believe but are at least respectful to the fact that I do. I appreciate it.

    ETA: I kept a pen & paper by the bed last night but did not dream (that I remembered).
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  • OBBOBB Posts: 4,174Registered Users
    all kidding aside just do what you feel is right. it would be kinda scary if this dream somehow becomes reality.
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