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April 2011
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gwen [userpic]
OK, for the random nightmare...

Last night I dreamt someone was trying to sacrifice me. Like, I was surrounded by cultists, two were holding back my arms, and I was using my legs to fight off a third who was coming at my throat with an electric hedge clipper. I woke up just as my throat was going to be slit.

Where the hell did that come from?

Current Mood: confusedconfused

A premonition of the Nyarlathotep show next Sunday? Only don't worry--we're professionals: no hedgeclippers. Scalpels only!

hrm.... that is bizarre

(no subject) - (Anonymous)

Yeah, I was just going to say "That's just a premonition of childbirth!" ;-)

has nothing to do with your nightmare, but I had an odd one a few nights ago.

In most dreams, the action is disjointed. The rules of the universe are different, and even your beliefs might be a little strange, but at least you still have your faculties. This nightmare seemed to come from a deeper level, with part of my brain shut off, and I doubt I would have remembered it if my girlfriend hadn't heard me making noise and woke me up in the middle.

All I can really remember is that there were ghosts somewhere, and there was no language in this dream. It wasn't that there wasn't any talking or even that we wanted to talk but couldn't, there was just no concept of language available. My girlfriend was in the dream, and I wanted to express to her that there were ghosts, and I wasn't sure how, so I started making scary ghost noises. It was a strange feeling, because I knew I was scaring her, and that made me less scared, and it felt powerful-- and very wrong-- to be transferring my scary ghost fear to her...

IRL she woke me up and said I'd been screaming. I told her about it and she said oh, they did sound like ghost noises.

It was a stressful week, that dream was pure stress as far as I'm concerned